More Development Requested At Putney Park House

A plea from Dover House Estate Residents Association

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Deadline for objections 8 May 2008
Application number 2008/1756

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In spite of the fact that the construction of 3 further houses on the land to the North of Putney Park House has already been turned down once by the Council, the developer will not take "no" for an answer.

We were tipped off a year ago that he was going to bide his time, and then resubmit the plans. He has now done so.

Many residents of the houses surrounding the original gardens of Putney Park House have already had their outlook destroyed, by the erection of blank brick walls built right up against their boundaries.

The approach to Putney Park House, which is all that can now be seen by residents. is a concrete wall, a concrete drive, decimated trees (supposedly protected by tree preservation orders) and wheelie bins surrounded by rubbish. Are the wheelie bins placed outside so they cannot be seen from inside the development? Not very neighbourly !!

At the last general meeting of DHERA there was a unanimous vote against the latest application, so if you feel strongly about this, do register your objections either by letter, email or by adding your comments on the website at: then select "environment and transport" then "search the planning register" and then "search the applications database". Application number 2008/1756

Kind regards


April 25, 2008