Appeal (APP/L5810L/E/09/2110657/NWF) has been lodged by the developer against Richmond Council for failing to make a decision re Planning applications 08/2870/FUL & 08/3000/CAC within the prescribed time.
Planning Application 08/3871/COU (Change of Use) submitted by Mr Stephen Hurton of Proper Oils for temporary retention of a trailer in the rear yard to demonstrate the production of Biodiesel for a period of two years.
Planning applications 08/2870/FUL & 08/3000/CAC have been submitted by the developer Frendcastle. The applications consist of conversion of existing redundant industrial building into 21 flats, demolition of minor buildings and structures and construction of 6 new residential units, with 24 car parking spaces.
Click below to view the document written by Cathy Cooper:
Twickenham Society – Cathy Cooper gives talk on the Industrial Heritage of Twickenham in the Cricket Pavilion on Twickenham Green. Click below to read a transcript of the talk:
Letter written by Pandie Bronsdon to the Richmond & Twickenham Times published on 30 November 2007:
Article from Richmond & Twickenham Times newspaper published on 23 November 2007:
The appeal by the developer against Richmond council’s decision to reject plans to demolish and redevelop HEW has been resoundingly rejected by the Planning Inspectorate. The campaign team are delighted and have vowed to continue to fight any subsequent attempts to ruin these historic buildings.
The planning inspectorate failed to find in favour of the Appellant on several grounds, most notably that the character and appearance of the proposal was not in keeping with the existing conservation area, and concerns around the impact the proposed structures would have on local residents in Talbot Road.