Residents First

Tower Hamlets People Network

EAST END WATERWAY GROUP

BOW WHARF AND STOP LOCK BRIDGE

Following the withdrawal from the Development Committee meeting on 8 March, the applications did not go to the 5 April meeting: mainly because of ongoing negotiations re existing fire engine route, which is to be tested by a fire engine!

I understand that there will be another public consultation. In which case it is vital that as many local residents as possible write in again with their personal concerns but also on matters which are “material considerations”. For the difference between the two, please read the officer’s report which was going to the Development Committee meeting on 8 March.

As you read the attached letter to Mary O’Shaughnessy, you will also appreciate that it is vital for at least 20 local residents to object so that the applications are determined by a committee.

Please remember that although I am writing letters to the Council on behalf of EEWG, they are regarded as being from one resident only.  It would help, therefore, for short emails (with full postal address) in support of the attached EEWG letter to be sent to Mary O’Shaughnessy and copied to your local councillors.

Regards,

Tom Ridge

East End Waterway Group

Downloads and Info
Letter to Mary O’Shaughnessy (on-line)
Letter to Mary O’Shaughnessy (PDF Download)
Applications from H2O UrbanPA/11/03371 and PA/11/03372 (withdrawn at Development Committee meeting 8 March)
Plan of site location


WW LogoEast End Waterway Group

 

PATRON JIM FITZPATRICK MP POPLAR AND LIMEHOUSE

Local residents, schools, community groups, amenity societies and businesses working with British Waterways, Tower Hamlets Council and others for the protection and beneficial use of the six mile waterway ‘ring’, its historic buildings, structures and habitats.

 

April 21st, 2012

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