Residents will be aware from recent extensive publicity both in our latest newsletters and on this Website, that proposals for the possible development of greenbelt land at Kempton Park is under active consideration.

A campaign group, headed up by one of our members, is currently keeping a very close watch on proceedings and has circulated a number of updates on what has been discovered. To catch up on previous circulations and to keep in touch with future reports, please visit:

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Weekly Updates – Keep Kempton Green

08 June 2023

... or they'll pave paradise and put up a parking lot ... Weekly Updates – Keep Kempton Green
  • Cllr Saliagopoulos responds again …
    Cllr Saliagopoulos’ second response is shown below. But by the time the meeting itself came around, Cllr Saliagopoulos was nowhere to be seen. Sent her apologies in absentia. So it is reasonable to assume that between sending this second response, and not appearing at the meeting, someone must have told her, as we had, that … Continue reading Cllr Saliagopoulos responds again …
  • Cllr Saliagopoulos responds …
    Cllr Saliagopoulos’ response to our Objection(click here) . The KKG/LOSRA response to her response is below her response. On 04/06/2023 20:42, Saliagopoulos, Denise (Councillor) wrote: WITHOUT PREJUDICE TO: Alan Doyle, I copy in all the addressees that you have. Please be assured, without stating the obvious, that as I have an interest (which has been … Continue reading Cllr Saliagopoulos responds …
  • Formal objection re the ECM on 6 June 2023
    2 June 2023 Mr Daniel Mouawad Chief Exective Spelthorne Borough Council (by email) Dear Daniel We wish to register a formal objection regarding the Extraordinary Council Meeting scheduled for the evening of Tuesday 6 June 2023. Cllr Saliagopoulos, in her role as Mayor, will be convening and chairing the meeting. She will be able to … Continue reading Formal objection re the ECM on 6 June 2023
  • The vote on Tuesday
    The Council will be asked to vote on three options. Council needs to decide whether: 1. To agree the request that “the Planning Inspector pauses the Examination Hearings for a period of four (4) months in order that the new members (councillors) can be fully instructed as to the policies of the Local Plan and … Continue reading The vote on Tuesday
  • It would help enormously …
    Thank you to everyone who has signed the petition (click here). Numbers are rising fast. Of course, because the four councillors’ letter to the Inspector, and the subsequent calling of an Extraordinary Council Meeting, have been hustled through at the last minute, we are strapped for time. The ECM is on Tuesday 6 June. So, … Continue reading It would help enormously …
  • No Pause Necessary
    In the email which four Councillors sent to the Planning Inspector on 19 May (click here) requesting a “pause” in the Examination in Public, the Councillors said: “We believe a short pause now will give the new Council, especially our new councillors, the opportunity to understand fully what this means for the communities they represent.” … Continue reading No Pause Necessary
  • Contact your Councillor
    You may wish to let your councillors know what you think about the plans to halt the vitally important Examination in Public at the Extraordinary Councill Meeting on 6 June. Click here for the background to this. A lot of new Councillors were elected at the recent Council elections, so here are their names and … Continue reading Contact your Councillor
  • Petition – please sign
    The most important stage in our new Spelthorne Local Plan – the Examination in Public run by the Planning Inspectorate – has just completed the first week of a total of three. Having a proper approved Local Plan will give the best protection possible to Green Belt in our Borough. However, at an Extraordinary Council … Continue reading Petition – please sign
  • Astonishing behaviour
    The Examination in Public hearings begin today, Tuesday 23 May. KKG and LOSRA, who have briefed a very experienced planning KC, applied for, and were granted, an invitation to be represented at three of the sessions related to Lower Sunbury in general, and Kempton Park in particular. A lot of work and a lot of … Continue reading Astonishing behaviour
  • Examination in Public: Details
    The dates for the Examination in Public of our new Local Plan have now been set, along with details of what issues will be discussed on what days. You can see the details by clicking here. Kempton Park is not earmarked to be discussed – specifically in the entire second week taken up with “Allocations”. … Continue reading Examination in Public: Details

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