Category: East End Waterway Group

East End Waterway Group – Newsletter No. 9 0

East End Waterway Group – Newsletter No. 9

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...

LBTH planning refusal at 307 overturned 0

LBTH planning refusal at 307 overturned

Appeal Decisions Inquiry held on 1 February 2011 Site visit made on 8 February 2011 by Christine Thorby MRTPI, IHBC an Inspector appointed by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government Decision...

East End Waterway Group Newsletter No. 8 0

East End Waterway Group Newsletter No. 8

May 2011 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...

Limehouse Cut Conservation Area – Still no information from our Council 0

Limehouse Cut Conservation Area – Still no information from our Council

    Read the Judgment here on line Download Judgment  PDF here Update at 21.30 on 13th February Still no news from Tower Hamlets Council about what they intend to do. Tom Ridge from...

Bad news from the High Court – Limehouse Conservation Area quashed 0

Bad news from the High Court – Limehouse Conservation Area quashed

Finally news from the judicial review held on 11th, 12th and 15th November at the Administrative Court Office – Mr Justice Ouseley has delivered his verdict and overturned London Borough of Tower Hamlets designation...

307 Former Job Centre – Public Enquiry 0

307 Former Job Centre – Public Enquiry

UPDATE FRIDAY 4th FEBRUARY The appeal continues on into its 4th day today in the Council Chambers on the 1st floor of Mullberry Place – it is possible that a draft judgment will be...

Limehouse Cut Conservation Area – JUDICIAL REVIEW 0

Limehouse Cut Conservation Area – JUDICIAL REVIEW

JUDICIAL REVIEW 11, 12 & 15 November 2010 – UPDATE – THE TRIAL FINISHED ON MONDAY 15th  STILL NO VERDICT! Trillium (Developers) made two planning applications for the demolition of the former POPLAR EMPLOYMENT...

Tower Hamlets residents deliver petition to Telereal Trillium 0

Tower Hamlets residents deliver petition to Telereal Trillium

On Monday, 25 October 2010 the East End Waterway Group patron Jim Fitzpatrick MP, local historian Tom Ridge and concerned residents delivered a petition with over 900 signatures to Telereal Trillium, the present owners...

Save an East London Landmark 0

Save an East London Landmark

Help save part of the Eastends local history. The Dod Street Employment Office at at 307 Burdett Road. 2 Planning applications for demolition of the old Poplar employment exchange at 307 Burdett Road have...