NORTHCOTE WARD E-bulletin April 2009

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Author: Cyril Richert
I received today the latest newsletter from the  Councillors of Northcote ward:

NORTHCOTE WARD E-bulletin April 2009

Welcome to our latest bulletin with reports on the Grade II listing of the Bolingbroke and confirmation of NHS plans for a health centre there; the latest consultation about the Clapham Junction planning application; support for local businesses; details of local roads to be re-surfaced and several dates for your diary. Please forward the bulletin to friends and neighbours.

Philip Beddows, Peter Dawson and Martin Johnson
Councillors, Northcote Ward, Battersea,
Wandsworth Borough Council.
Email: Heretohelp@wandsworthconservatives.com

Among all the topics, there was once again a call for people to submit their views regarding the Clapham Junction redevelopment proposal.

Clapham Junction Planning ApplicationClapham Junction Planning Application

Make sure you have submitted your views by May 1st. If as seems likely this application is to be considered at the Planning Committee on May 20th the officers’ report will be finalised in early May so don’t wait until the last moment to send in your views.
Full details of the application, including further recent submissions by the developers, are available at search the planning register
(Enter application number 2008/4488).


Whatever your own views send your comments, including your postal address, to Mark Hunter at planningapplications@wandsworth.gov.uk
Copies should be sent to
1. Cllr Leslie McDonnell, Chairman of the Planning Applications Committee, with a request to circulate your views to members of the committee – lmcdonnell@wandsworth.gov.uk
2. Cllr Edward Lister, Council Leader – elister@wandsworth.gov.uk
3. Your Northcote ward councillors

We will ensure that the views of Northcote residents are properly represented when the application is discussed so please do let us know what you think of it.

It is important to remind everybody that there is an opportunity to let the Council know their concern and Councillors of Northcote ward are taking seriously the opinions of the local residents.
As we said previously, it is also very important that you make the most efforts to attend the meeting:

Date: Wednesday 20th May 2009 – 7.30pm (we advise you to come earlier, possibly 7-7.15pm)
Venue: Wandsworth Borough Council, The Town Hall, Wandsworth High Street, London SW18 2PU (more details how to get there on the website)

Read our previous article on recent planning rejections:

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1 Comment

  1. The towers are hideous and totally out of sympathy with the surrounding area. If the scheme goes ahead as planned the traffic congestion caused by the density of occupation and lack of parking facilities will cause enormous problems in an already busy area.
    It is essential that something is done to improve access to the station especially for the disabled and elderly.

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