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Monday, 15 May 2017 13:37

Manor Lane Cottage, 126, Green Street - A development too Far?

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The vast majority of single dwelling development applications imply improvements not only for their owners but in the local housing stock generally. Occasionally however, this Association feels bound to object when an application is likely to impact adversely on the wider community; and the proposed development of a site currently occupied by a single bungalow (Manor Farm Cottage) into a block of nine (1 x 1 bed and 8 x 2 bed) flats at the busy road junction of Green Street and Manor Lane falls squarely into that category.

Residents who wish to make representations have until 24th May to do so. Submissions may be made via the planning portal at the Spelthorne Council Website quoting reference number: 17/00649/FUL.

Our Chairman has written on behalf of the Association and his submission may be viewed by clicking here

 

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  • Comment Link Julia Monday, 22 May 2017 14:22 posted by Julia

    Does anyone know whether the Council followed the normal planning procedure as I live diagonally opposite this site and have not had any letters from them informing me of this planning application. My understanding is that they have to write to neighbouring properties. Also I have not seen any yellow notices on any lampposts.....

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