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Public Meeting: 1st November 2015

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Author: Cyril Richert

The Clapham Junction Action Group is organising a public meeting on

Sunday 1st November 2015
3pm-5pm

Venue: York Gardens Library 34 Lavender Road SW11 2UG

leafletDiscussion will be held about planning applications approved by the Council, the proposed developments, the planning policy documents (including their use by Wandsworth Council), the recent directions given by the local authority throughout the borough, and of course the community involvement and views of local residents.

A panel of speakers will first talk about the recent outcomes in the area. The second hour of the meeting will be open to comments made from the audience.

Speakers will include: Philip Whyte (Wandsworth Society), Cyril Richert (Clapham Junction Action group), Tony Belton (Councillor Latchmere Ward), Resident Members Committee of The Candlemakers Apartments. Councillors of St Mary’s Park ward have been invited but we have received no confirmation yet.

Come along, find out, and let the Council know what YOU think!

>> You can download, send/print and distribute the leaflet >> HERE.

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CJAG News editor and Clapham Junction Action Group co-founder and coordinator since 2008, Cyril has lived in Clapham Junction since 2001.
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2 Comments

  1. Hi Cyril,

    Quick question on your flyer: I can see some buildings in red (L Shaped) at the angle between york road and wye st, however I cannot find these on any other website.

    Would you have a link where we can find more info about these buildings?

    Thanks a lot!
    L.

    • Hello Lawrence,
      They are architect representations of buildings planned on York Garden. What you see as L shape are actually different buildings but we have simplified to simple blocks and shapes. You can see them in the consultation panels and photos, for example here: Winstanley & York Road preferred option - Feb 2015
      In any case all of that is subject to changes as design evolves, and even minor constructions could transform into massive towers.

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