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Monday, 04 March 2019 09:18

Application to Build 3 Houses on Land To The Rear Of 79 Thames Street

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A highly speculative development proposal in the Conservation Area of Lower Sunbury is the subject of application No. 19/00226/FUL. Click here to view the application.

The artist’s impression taken from the applicant’s Design & Access Statement, features the elevations facing the Old Rope Walk and Orchard Meadow. Unsurprisingly, the proposal has generated a great deal of anxiety within our membership and we will be submitting a representation to the planning officer to urge refusal.

The point of this notice is to alert residents to the existence of the application and to encourage representations to be made before the deadline on 20th March. These can be made online through the Planning portal and searching:  19/00226/FUL.

LoSRA’s letter of objection will be published on this site in due course. In the meantime, readers may wish to consider the effect of this proposal on the Conservation Area and whether the architecture will be in keeping with the character of the area; the limited access to the properties (by footpath only) and disregard of the Council’s parking standards.


  • Comment Link Mark Wilson Wednesday, 13 March 2019 10:53 posted by Mark Wilson

    Not suitable for this area

  • Comment Link Mark Wilson Wednesday, 13 March 2019 10:49 posted by Mark Wilson

    . Not suitable in this area

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