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Posted by: Jeremy Weekes
Date/Time: 02/07/20 09:10:00


I'm seeking advice on a planning proposal for a new set of townhouses in Brentford. The site is currently used as a resident/ticketed car park with space for around 40 cars. The council our now proposing the redevelopment of the car park and the subsequent loss of car spaces will be moved into an expanded CPZ area. The loss of this car park will put further pressure on street parking that is usually full by early evening. The provision of street parking further away does not provide an adequate solution for older or vulnerable residents. Is the loss of this community facility enough to form the basis of a legitimate objection? What right does a council have to remove/redevelop established community spaces? 

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Planning objection02/07/20 09:10:00 Jeremy Weekes
   Re:Planning objection02/07/20 11:14:00 Anne England
   Re:Planning objection02/07/20 11:56:00 Raymond Havelock
   Re:Planning objection02/07/20 12:42:00 Bernard Allen
   Re:Planning objection02/07/20 18:57:00 Jeremy Weekes
   Re:Planning objection02/07/20 20:21:00 Adam Beamish
   Re:Planning objection02/07/20 20:57:00 Raymond Havelock
   Re:Planning objection02/07/20 21:36:00 N V Brooks
      Re:Re:Planning objection03/07/20 07:49:00 Jim Storrar
   Re:Planning objection03/07/20 09:13:00 Jeremy Weekes
      Re:Re:Planning objection03/07/20 12:22:00 Vanessa Smith
         Re:Re:Re:Planning objection03/07/20 16:08:00 Raymond Havelock
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Planning objection05/07/20 17:21:00 Adam Beamish
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Planning objection06/07/20 15:16:00 Steve Allum
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Planning objection07/07/20 13:14:00 Raymond Havelock
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Planning objection08/07/20 19:28:00 Jeremy Weekes
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Planning objection08/07/20 21:10:00 Adam Beamish

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