ISSUE: Proposed development for ten flats on Dryburgh Road

RAGE (Residentís Against Gardencentre Exploitation)


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"sou£d out" feels one resident

Dear Putney resident

In the last few days, many residents in the Dryburgh Road and surrounding areas, will have received two brightly coloured postcards through their letterbox. These cards, produced by concerned residents, urge the recipients to return the cards to the Council's Technical Services Department in a final attempt to influence the outcome of the Council meeting on 15 October

If you've received these cards, and haven't yet returned them to the Council, PLEASE DO SO AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. This could be the last chance for residents to influence the outcome of the proposed development, and indeed, the greater the number of cards returned, the greater impact we will have.

If you haven't received any postcards, you can instead download a template letter which provides a template for you to just sign and return.

Residents Against Garden Centre Exploitation

9th October 2002


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