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Monday, 09 May 2011 12:39

Police College in Green Street Now Listed for Sale

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Police CollegeThe Police College which has been vacant and boarded up since October last year has finally been listed for sale in the Estates Gazette by Knight Frank. The Head of Planning Policy for Spelthorne Borough has met the Met Police and their agents to explain what the planning issues are in relation to the site and has emphasised the high quality that would be required in any development. The marketing is making it clear that its residential potential would indicate the most appropriate future use of the site.

It is understood that the Met Police are looking to sell the freehold and it is expected that any sale will take place over the coming months. Assuming that the site is bought for redevelopment rather than using the building as it is, we should expect the future owners to bring forward proposals to the Local Planning Authority from late summer/autumn onwards.

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  • Comment Link Selling Home Sunday, 07 February 2016 07:27 posted by Selling Home

    Amazing information on this website. My coworker and I were just talking about this. Thanks!

  • Comment Link Ted Phillips Wednesday, 02 November 2011 14:17 posted by Ted Phillips

    As usual Linden Homes are opting for high density build 'em high cram 'em in strategy.

    Note when The Riverside Works proposals for 88 homes exceeded the Spelthorne recommendation of 50 dwellings. They even exaggerated the size of the site to make their proposals sound less dense. And as we know they lost their appeal.

    Yet less than one quarter of a mile away this site is half the size of the Riverside plot, so logically the proposed number of dwellings should not exceed 25.

    Rough sketches have been presented at the Public Meeting for comments from local residents. I hope that enough people will comment that the effect of such a dense development will be detrimental to the local infrastructure and to the quality of living for surrounding residents.

    Be aware that when LH do get permission to build they then add further planning application to infill and build higher.

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