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Wednesday, 01 August 2012 10:43

Fordbridge Road Environment Agency Site - Latest News from Steering Group

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Following the Information Day held at the Riverside Arts Centre on 23rd June, Linden Homes have sent this report to LOSRA and, as part of the Steering Group, we are pleased to reproduce it here. The report details the questions and answers to concerns raised by residents.

"We held our first information day on the proposed development of the Environment Agency site in Fordbridge Road, at the Riverside Arts Centre in Sunbury on 23 June, where we shared the initial plans we have developed so far and got feedback from those who attended.

Around 25 people came along, with most living in the roads nearest to the development site. We collected some very useful feedback from them, which will be considered by the steering group as we work together to develop more detailed plans for the site ahead of any planning application.

We have gathered the issues raised at the information day, along with points, questions and concerned raised since the steering group was first formed, and have produced an extensive Q&A for anyone interested in the development. To view Q & As, click here.

We would welcome further feedback from any local residents or other people interested in the proposed development and would be happy to meet with people, if useful. We are currently developing more detailed plans which we will display as part of an exhibition that is likely to take place in September. If you have any questions or queries, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or you can speak to Peter Gilheany on 07798 881180."

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