Planning committee 2010

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Author: Cyril Richert
You might have noticed that we are a little bit interested by planning question in the borough of Wandsworth, here at the Clapham Junction Action Group. And as it happened that planning decision, approval or refusal, are taken by the planning application committee, it is legitimate to know the members (especially as a lot of changes occurred from last time):

Councillor Nick Cuff

Councillor Mrs. Vanessa Graham
(Deputy Chairman)

Councillor Tony Belton
(Opposition Speaker)

Councillor John Hallmark

Councillor Mrs. Caroline Usher

Councillor Mrs. Angela Graham

Councillor Guy Humphries

Councillor Matthew Maxwell Scott

Councillor Steffi Sutters

Councillor Dr. Billi Randall

Date: Usually penultimate Thursday of each month, 7.30pm (next meetings: 24th June, 22nd July, 19th August)
Venue: Wandsworth Borough Council, The Town Hall, Wandsworth High Street, London SW18 2PU (more details how to get there on the website).
The biggest change: everyone has got new photos!  There are 10 members instead of 11 previously. Vanessa Graham, Tony Belton, John Hallmark, Caroline Usher, Billi Randall are still there but half of the members are new, including the chairman: Nick Cuff (maybe the youngest serving elected member; former chair of the Regeneration & Community Safety Overview and Scrutiny Committee. He has notably written on issues such as town-planning reform), Angela Graham, Guy Humphries, Matthew Maxwell Scott, Steffi Sutters (former chair of the Putney Society who approved our joint statement on planning policy for tall buildings in the London Borough of Wandsworth).
Interesting to notice that Guy Humphries is also a member of the Strategic Planning and Transportation Overview and Scrutiny Committee that will concern us for issues for Clapham Junction station.

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