CJTCP – meeting 16 August 2012: feedback

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As I attended the Clapham Junction Town Centre Partnership (business associations) meeting last week, I thought I needed to give a quick feedback on some specific points that were discussed.
In the minute it was reported that:

The town centre manager “issued a verbal update re the Delancey intention to submit another planning application for the shopping centre/Development  at the station.The Board were keen to be involved in the consultation and looked forward to receiving further updates.”

It means THAT.
Pamela Price has agreed on the sale of the Wessex House in front of the station. It will be redeveloped with retail, restaurant and some residential units and should keep in shape with the adjacent buildings. One of the previous plan is explained HERE.
The exemplar scheme (pavement at the Junction) will resume on September 3rd:

  1. Phase 2b should include the pavement in front of Windsor Castle pub, Mossbury Road and Falcon Road (up to the bridge where pavement has already been re-done).
  2. Phase 3 (2013): St Johns Road (full carriageway) up to Battersea rise
  3. Phase 4 (2014): Lavender Hill and St John’s Hill (up to crossing with Plough road).

Plenty of other things were discussed including the increase of street drinking, chuggers and urine (lack of public toilets?) at night time in some streets around the night clubs.

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CJI editor and Clapham Junction Action Group co-founder and coordinator since 2008, Cyril has lived in Clapham Junction since 2001.
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