Monthly Archives: October 2018

Residents Associations – useful or not?

  1. Residents Associations – what are they?

The purpose of this article is to provide, on a best efforts basis, an overview of what a Residents Association (RA) and it would be best if you would refer to the Council’s Resident Participation Officer (RPO) for any clarity or clarification regarding RAs. From various discussions with residents of the Alton Estate it is clear that many have little understanding of what an RA is, let alone what they can achieve.

  1. Where can I get the RPO contact details?

In the case of the Alton Estate this is covered by the Western Area and the contact details can be obtained from the Homelife magazine – https://roeregeneration.wordpress.com/2018/10/26/homelife-wandsworth-councils-housing-newsletter-october-2018/

  1. What is an RA?

From the Council’s website a RA is a ‘Local residents forming a group which decide matters relating to their estate and how it is managed.  Residents are expected to attend regular meetings throughout the year and an annual general meeting.  Committee members of the RA will dedicate additional time to the management of the group’ – http://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/info/200561/resident_involvement/246/get_involved_-_housing

  1. How do I create a RA?

You need ‘A properly constituted residents’ group with a membership of at least 20% of the estate/block must first be set up’ – http://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/info/200561/resident_involvement/1654/resident_management_organisations_and_co-ops

For instance, if you’re block has 50 flats, then you would need 10 flats to sign up to the RA.

  1. What are the Committee roles within the RA?

There should be at least three roles within the RA and they are the Chairperson, Secretary and the Treasurer. The roles, along with lots of other information about RAs can be obtained from the Residents Association Handbook (RHA) on pages 17 and 18 –http://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/downloads/file/12980/residents_association_handbook

  1. What documentation is required for the RA?

Membership form

To start up the RA members will need to complete a membership form which is something like the following – https://1drv.ms/b/s!ArEMr7ee7ZCNiG31GbccsUYAJqgF

The membership form might be adapted to better suit your needs though best to discuss with the RPO.

Code of Conduct

Refer to page 13 of the RHA for some details though one such version is highlighted as follows – https://1drv.ms/b/s!ArEMr7ee7ZCNiGx-NJ4q-PLypLMZ

Accreditation and grant

When you have the numbers to create an RA, then an Accreditation form will need to be created (see page 6 of the RHA for more information). The grant is a sum of money which can be used for various purposes by the RA. An example of the Accreditation and grant form is as follows (Appendix 1 to Paper 15-320) – https://democracy.wandsworth.gov.uk/documents/s38665/Appendix%201.pdf

Constitution

Like most associations, a constitution will need to be created and an example is as follows (Appendix 2 to Paper 15-320) – https://democracy.wandsworth.gov.uk/documents/s38666/Appendix%202.pdf

Amendments were agreed to this Constitution Appendix at the Housing and Regeneration Overview and Scrutiny Committee (HROSC) 15th September 2015 Item 27.

  1. Is the membership a one off?

Annually, the RA will need to be accredited. A tip which might make life easier is that you obtain email addresses and when it’s renewal time you request email confirmation of membership renewal. By doing this you save time door knocking, though again, check with your RPO.

  1. How often does a RA have to meet?

The Constitution suggest a minimum of two General meetings a year with one being the Annual General Meeting (AGM), though many RAs have four meetings each year with one meeting nearly every three months.

  1. Can the RA influence what happens in the area?

There are opportunities to influence what happens in your local area or if you wish beyond that by participating in the various RA roles and structures such as Area Housing Panel (AHP), Borough Residents Forum (BRF), HROSC, and the Roehampton Partnership. As you see there are a lot of options.

  1. What is the Western Area Housing Panel (WAHP)?

The WAHP covers the Alton Estate and nearby estates. Two members from RA have the opportunity attend the WAHP and page 6 of the RHA highlights what the WAHP is about. At the time of this article the following WAHP RAs are members and you may notice that the Alton East appears to be well represented;

  • Ashburton Sheltered Residents’ Association (ASRA),
  • Cadnam Point Residents’ Association (CPRA), – Alton East
  • Crown Court Residents’ Association (CCRA),
  • Finchdean House Residents’ Association (FHRA), – Alton West
  • Hayward Gardens Residents’ Association (HGRA),
  • Hersham Close Residents’ Association (HCRA), – Alton East
  • Innes Gardens Residents’ Association (IGRA),
  • Kimpton House Residents’ Association (KHRA), – Alton East
  • Lennox Sheltered Residents’ Association (LSRA),
  • Manresa and Minstead Sheltered Housing Residents’ Association (MMSHRA), – Alton West & Alton East
  • Putney Vale Residents’ Association (PVRA),
  • St Margaret’s Court Sheltered Residents Association (SMCSRA),
  • Stockhurst Close Residents’ Association (SCRA),
  • Stoughton Close/Greatham Walk/Ryefield Path Residents’ Association (SCGWRPRA), – Alton East

To get a flavor of what WAHP’s discuss refer to – https://roeregeneration.wordpress.com/2018/09/21/western-area-housing-panel-24-september-2018/

  1. What is the BRF?

From the WAHP four RA representatives are selected to attend the BRF which is an opportunity to address Councillors and Council employees directly regarding various policies and issues, such as the retro fitting of water sprinklers.

At the time of this article the following WAHP RAs are members;

  • Hersham Close Residents’ Association (HCRA), – Alton East
  • Innes Gardens Residents’ Association (IGRA),
  • Kimpton House Residents’ Association (KHRA), – Alton East
  • Stoughton Close/Greatham Walk/Ryefield Path Residents’ Association (SCGWRPRA), – Alton East

What is discussed at the BRF is noted and published within the Council’s HROSC. An example being item 3 (Paper 18-278) the HROSC 13th September 2018 – https://democracy.wandsworth.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=575&MId=5828&Ver=4

  1. What is the HROSC?

From the BRF one RA representative can be selected to attend the Council’s HROSC and speak on behalf of the BRF. The current attendees are – https://democracy.wandsworth.gov.uk/mgMeetingAttendance.aspx?ID=5828

Details of the meetings can be found at the following – https://democracy.wandsworth.gov.uk/ieListMeetings.aspx?XXR=0&Year=2018&CId=575&MD=ielistmeetings

  1. What is the Roehampton Partnership (RP)?

The RP is meant to be the main advisory body for the Alton Estate regeneration and three RA representatives are selected from the WAHP to attend the RP. At the moment the following WAHP RAs are members;

  • Ashburton Sheltered Residents’ Association (ASRA),
  • Hersham Close Residents’ Association (HCRA), – Alton East
  • Putney Vale Residents’ Association (PVRA),

The constitution of the RP is – http://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/downloads/download/1444/what_is_the_roehampton_partnership_terms_of_reference

Who attends the RP – https://democracy.wandsworth.gov.uk/mgMeetingAttendance.aspx?ID=5939

What the RP discusses can be found at – https://democracy.wandsworth.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=531&MId=5939

  1. Where do meetings take place?

RAs on the Alton Estate – might have their own club room otherwise it might be in the Manresa Pensioners Clubroom – https://roeregeneration.wordpress.com/2018/02/18/manresa-pensioners-clubroom-where-is-it/

  • WAHP – has its meetings at the Manresa Pensioners Clubroom
  • BRF – at the Town Hall.
  • HROSC – at the Town Hall.
  • RP – various locations throughout Roehampton.
  1. Ask to sit in or join with other RAs?

Not sure about RAs, maybe you might be able to attend a RA meeting to see how they work, though each one might work differently based on how they choose to run the meetings and who attends.

If you are in a block with no RA and wish to join another RA, it might be an idea to discuss this with the RA and see what it thinks. One building is currently working towards obtaining the 20% membership required so that it can join an accredited RA to have a greater voice.

  1. How to find out the mix in your block?

Some residents would like to know the mix of their block before starting a RA. The reasons for this vary. To have a rough idea of which flats are leasehold refer to the following – https://roeregeneration.wordpress.com/2018/08/11/how-to-locate-leaseholders-in-your-block/

  1. Interesting in funding for small local projects?

Then the Small Improvement Budget (SIBs) might be able to assist you. This is a small fund that can make improvements to where you live. For more information refer to the following link – http://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/info/200561/resident_involvement/1645/small_improvement_grants_for_housing_estates

Examples are;

Tidy up and regressing of an area, along with the creation of two new car spaces – https://roeregeneration.wordpress.com/2018/03/16/did-you-see-the-newish-car-parks-in-hersham-close/

Removal of cobble stones and replaced with grass – https://roeregeneration.wordpress.com/2018/03/13/holybourne-avenue-2-24-looking-good/

Grassing over of former recycling area – https://roeregeneration.wordpress.com/2018/01/27/this-green-area-was-unloved-until-a-residents-association-sorted-it/

Creation of motor bike bays – https://roeregeneration.wordpress.com/2017/11/29/new-motorbike-parking-bays-in-hersham-close/

New path – https://roeregeneration.wordpress.com/2017/11/26/new-path-at-bordon-walk-holybourne-avenue-intersection/

  1. What else can RAs do?

At the moment one RA has completed a Stage 2 complaint regarding what it considers the poor implementation of double glazing.

Caveats

Please note that all information is provided on a best efforts basis and that readers should make their own efforts to review and assess the provided content.

Receive articles into your inbox when uploaded on the blog

To receive blog articles as they are uploaded please ‘follow’ the blog.

Please note that all information is provided on a best efforts basis and that readers should make their own efforts to review and assess the provided content.

To receive blog articles as they are uploaded please ‘follow’ the blog.

 Contact

Email us at – roeregeneration@yahoo.com – and let us know of any concerns/thoughts you may have or add a comment at the end of the blog entry in the ‘Leave a Reply’ section.

Or email your Roehampton and Putney Heath Councillors at;

Or email your local Member of Parliament at;

For a different view of Roehampton, especially the Alton Estate

Advertisements

Homelife – Wandsworth Council’s housing newsletter (October 2018)

How many of you have a read of the Council’s Homelife magazine?

Another question might be how many of you receive the Homelife magazine? At the Alton Regeneration Watch (ARW) meeting on 24th October 2018, there were a good proportion of the attendees that had not received it…..!!

Where can you access Homelife magazines?

Electronic versions of the magazine can be accessed at the Council’s website – http://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/downloads/download/123/homelife_housing_news

What’s in this month’s magazine?

The following are some select sections though do have a read of the water sprinkler articles if this concerns you.

For the October edition – http://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/downloads/file/13697/october_2018

Alton Estate regeneration

Page 1 – has a photo of the Roehampton Festival with, naturally, the developer’s (Redrow) tent taking up a good portion of the photo.

Page 10 – Has more about the Festival and the regeneration.

Retro fitting water sprinklers

Page 3 – An article titled ‘Sprinkler’s policy endorsed by a cross-party group of MPs’. If the Council would like to place such news in the Homelife, then it might wish to add that a cross party of the London Assembly Planning Committee agreed that “There is no public funding available to meet these costs and freeholders, leaseholders and tenants cannot be expected to pay the full amount”https://roeregeneration.wordpress.com/2018/08/11/gla-document-on-retrofitting-water-sprinklers-march-2018/

Pages 4 & 5 – Have various sprinklers Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). Do have a read of page 5 which states that “There will also be annual visual checks of sprinkler heads within individual properties”.  Roeregeneration gave a potential heads up back in June with the example of Croydon Council’s FAQs (refer to question 19) – https://roeregeneration.wordpress.com/2018/06/27/faqs-about-water-sprinklers-by-croydon-council/ . It would be interesting to know under which clause of a lease this is possible, or maybe, the Council is trying to wrap this up as part of the security of the block argument being used for the current First Tier Property Tribunal (FTPT)? Maybe, those leaseholders who are reading this that are impacted by this works might wish to ask the Council under which clause of their lease they think they can undertake this annual requirement?

There is also the suggestion that the works will take two days and Croydon Council’s suggestion was three days (refer to question 8) whilst Wandsworth suggests two days.

Also on page 5, ‘Will residents be consulted?’, this is possibly referring to the standard major works consultation under Landlord and Tenant Act 1985. The below picture highlights such a ‘consultation’ as part of a past major works.

Page 15 – Under ‘Repairs and maintenance’ there’s a few figures worth having a look at.

Resident Associations (RAs)

Pages 8, 9, 10 and 11 – Highlights some great work by RAs. Plus a picture and contact details of the Resident Participation Officer (RPO) for our area.

Housing Annual Report 2017-2018

Pages 13 to 21 – Contains various details of performance, which might be worth scrutinising, such as the complaints figures perhaps?

Sheltered Housing news

  • Page 22 – Men’s Shed gets a mention.
  • Page 24 – Caribbean on the Alton

Caveats

Please note that all information is provided on a best efforts basis and that readers should make their own efforts to review and assess the provided content.

Receive articles into your inbox when uploaded on the blog

To receive blog articles as they are uploaded please ‘follow’ the blog.

Please note that all information is provided on a best efforts basis and that readers should make their own efforts to review and assess the provided content.

To receive blog articles as they are uploaded please ‘follow’ the blog.

Contact

Email us at – roeregeneration@yahoo.com – and let us know of any concerns/thoughts you may have or add a comment at the end of the blog entry in the ‘Leave a Reply’ section.

Or email your Roehampton and Putney Heath Councillors at;

Or email your local Member of Parliament at;

For a different view of Roehampton, especially the Alton Estate

LEASE (October 2018)

There are a lot of leasehold properties on the Alton Estate. If you are not aware of LEASE, the Leasehold Advisory Service, then maybe you should have a read of their newsletters.

For more information about LEASE – https://www.lease-advice.org/?dm_i=OUE%2C5FPLW%2CJL354M%2CL1S8H%2C1

October 2018 newsletter has the following articles;

  1. Government consults on implementing reforms to leasehold
  2. Government announces New Homes Ombudsman and measures to improve the safety of high-rise buildings
  3. Law Commission regional consultation events: Manchester and Newcastle
  4. LEASE a member of the Regulation of Property Agents: Working Group
  5. Leasehold Reform Update – Recognised Tenants’ Associations
  6. Book a LEASE outreach event

Link to newsletter – https://leaseonline.org.uk/OUE-5XQPE-60JL354M67/cr.aspx

Caveats

Please note that all information is provided on a best efforts basis and that readers should make their own efforts to review and assess the provided content.

Receive articles into your inbox when uploaded on the blog

To receive blog articles as they are uploaded please ‘follow’ the blog.

Please note that all information is provided on a best efforts basis and that readers should make their own efforts to review and assess the provided content.

To receive blog articles as they are uploaded please ‘follow’ the blog.

Contact

Email us at – roeregeneration@yahoo.com – and let us know of any concerns/thoughts you may have or add a comment at the end of the blog entry in the ‘Leave a Reply’ section.

Or email your Roehampton and Putney Heath Councillors at;

Or email your local Member of Parliament at;

For a different view of Roehampton, especially the Alton Estate

 

Housing and Regeneration Overview and Scrutiny Committee (13 September 2018)

What happened at the HROSC?

In two words – ‘a lot’. Water sprinklers were a key part of the evening – https://democracy.wandsworth.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=575&MId=5828&Ver=4

Bisley House was busy

Bisley House provided both a petition against the need for retro fitting water sprinklers as well as providing a deputation.

Fire Safety Update

The Council provided an update on its fire safety position (Paper 18-279) – https://democracy.wandsworth.gov.uk/documents/s59975/Fire%20Safety%20Update.pdf

The following amendments were agreed;

(a) Initially focus the Council’s sprinkler programme on sheltered schemes and homeless hostels to safeguard our most vulnerable residents first;

(by 7 votes and 5 abstentions) Amendment (a) declared to be carried.

(b) Allow directions from the First Tier Property Tribunal and recommendations made by the Grenfell Tower Inquiry to shape whether, and how, the programme is progressed across the Council’s high-rise stock; and Amendment (b) declared to be carried.

(c) Continue to seek additional funding from government to pay for fire-safety improvements, particularly retro-fitting sprinklers.

(by 7 votes and 5 abstentions) Amendment (c) declared to be carried.

(by 7 votes and 5 abstentions) Agreed to support the recommendations in paragraph 3 of the report.

Alton Leaseholders Association deputation

The Alton Leaseholders gave a deputation to the Council (Paper 18-280A) – https://democracy.wandsworth.gov.uk/documents/s60263/Deputation%20Request.pdf

Back and forth between Council and Councillors

This was interesting. Councillors Paul White and Malcolm Grimston prepared a paper which they presented about the Council should fund leaseholders for leasehold representation at the First Tier Property Tribunal (FTPT) (Paper 18-280) – https://democracy.wandsworth.gov.uk/documents/s59976/Proposal%20For%20An%20Evidence-Based%20Approach%20To%20Fire%20Safety%20Post%20Grenfell%20Tower.pdf

Let’s bear in mind that a draft was presented at the Borough Residents Forum (4 September 2018) and the Council has plenty of time to review this document. Yet the Council submitted a challenge paper online the night before this meeting (Paper 18-281) – https://democracy.wandsworth.gov.uk/documents/s60251/Response%20to%20Paper%20No.%2018-280.pdf

Leaving Councillors White and Grimston little time to review and challenge, though a counter paper was produced (Paper 18-281A) – https://democracy.wandsworth.gov.uk/documents/s60296/Response%20by%20Councillor%20White%20and%20Councillor%20Grimston.pdf

Borough Residents Forum (BRF)

This Report from the meeting was provided though there has been post-meeting feedback on this with Councillors. This feedback being that it was not reflective of the events of the meeting (Paper 18-278) – https://democracy.wandsworth.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=575&MId=5828&Ver=4

Receive articles into your inbox when uploaded on the blog

To receive blog articles as they are uploaded please ‘follow’ the blog.

 Please note that all information is provided on a best efforts basis and that readers should make their own efforts to review and assess the provided content.

To receive blog articles as they are uploaded please ‘follow’ the blog.

Contact

Email us at – roeregeneration@yahoo.com – and let us know of any concerns/thoughts you may have or add a comment at the end of the blog entry in the ‘Leave a Reply’ section.

Or email your Roehampton and Putney Heath Councillors at;

Or email your local Member of Parliament at;

For a different view of Roehampton, especially the Alton Estate

Do you know the Council’s complaints procedure?

Do you know the Council’s complaints procedure?

Many people on the Alton Estate seem to be unaware of the Council’s complaints procedure. From various conversations and emails it is clear that many residents are not aware of the three stage process.

Where can you obtain the information about the Stages?

This can be found online at the Council’s website at the following link – http://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/info/200310/about_the_council/34/making_a_complaint

If that does not work?

Then you might be able to raise the complaint with the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman (LGSCO). Link to the LGSCO – https://www.lgo.org.uk/

Do people actually use this?

They certainly do. Have a look at the annual performance for Wandsworth Council – https://www.lgo.org.uk/information-centre/councils-performance/council/Wandsworth,%20London%20Borough%20of

Caveats

Please note that all information is provided on a best efforts basis and that readers should make their own efforts to review and assess the provided content.

Receive articles into your inbox when uploaded on the blog

To receive blog articles as they are uploaded please ‘follow’ the blog.

Please note that all information is provided on a best efforts basis and that readers should make their own efforts to review and assess the provided content.

To receive blog articles as they are uploaded please ‘follow’ the blog.

Contact

Email us at – roeregeneration@yahoo.com – and let us know of any concerns/thoughts you may have or add a comment at the end of the blog entry in the ‘Leave a Reply’ section.

Or email your Roehampton and Putney Heath Councillors at;

Or email your local Member of Parliament at;

For a different view of Roehampton, especially the Alton Estate

 

Mount Clare planning application for MASSIVE bin storage

Notice this planning application on the Alton West?

Hopefully readers you noticed that in Weekly Council Planning applications decisions (22 September 2018) you noticed planning application 2018/4390 which is for ‘the erection of refuse storage for Mount Clare’ this being a Mount Clare is a Grade I listed building?

Link to blog article – https://roeregeneration.wordpress.com/2018/09/29/weekly-council-planning-applications-decisions-22-september-2018/

Where in the Alton West?

By Mount Clare with neighbouring Minstead Gardens Sheltered Housing properties nearby.

Link to map showing where this is proposed – https://planning.wandsworth.gov.uk/WAM/doc/Drawing-5077198.pdf?extension=.pdf&id=5077198&location=VOLUME9&contentType=application/pdf&pageCount=1

Maybe a better view is Appendix One in the Heritage Statement – https://planning.wandsworth.gov.uk/WAM/doc/Report-5082478.pdf?extension=.pdf&id=5082478&location=VOLUME9&contentType=application/pdf&pageCount=1

How large is this going to be?

It seems that this is going to very large. From the digram it seems to be at least 1.8m tall, 5.5m wide and 13.6m long. All measurements provided on a best efforts basis and readers should make their own effort to review.

Link to diagram – https://planning.wandsworth.gov.uk/WAM/doc/Drawing-5077200.pdf?extension=.pdf&id=5077200&location=VOLUME9&contentType=application/pdf&pageCount=1

If it helps visualise this, the following link provides some photos of the area in question (26 Minstead Gardens might receive some overshadowing?) – https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.244558229737128&type=1&l=439f8bc4c6

Who are the Consultees?

It seems it’s the Conservation & Urban Design, The Twentieth Century Society, Housing,

Historic England, and The Georgian Group. Though no mention of Manresa and Minstead Sheltered Housing Residents’ Association?

Imagine not consulted with the Residents Association and this monolith being built next to you? Especially when numbers 2-26 are Grade II listed buildings

 Seriously?

In the Heritage Statement it states the following ‘6.2 -This report finds that the proposals are of high quality design, which is sensitive to the historic context of the site. The application proposal would overall sustain the special interest of the listed building, surrounding conservation area and nearby listed building groups’.  This brick of building qualifies as such?

What do you think?

Leave a comment on the blog.

Caveats

Please note that all information is provided on a best efforts basis and that readers should make their own efforts to review and assess the provided content.

Receive articles into your inbox when uploaded on the blog

To receive blog articles as they are uploaded please ‘follow’ the blog.

Please note that all information is provided on a best efforts basis and that readers should make their own efforts to review and assess the provided content.

To receive blog articles as they are uploaded please ‘follow’ the blog.

Contact

Email us at – roeregeneration@yahoo.com – and let us know of any concerns/thoughts you may have or add a comment at the end of the blog entry in the ‘Leave a Reply’ section.

Or email your Roehampton and Putney Heath Councillors at;

Or email your local Member of Parliament at;

For a different view of Roehampton, especially the Alton Estate

Weekly Council Planning applications decisions (29 September 2018)

Given there is so much happening in the ward at the moment, it might be worth residents keeping a watch on what is being planned for the Alton Estate. So, on a best endeavours basis, we’ll try to include this section.

The page numbers refer to the Wandsworth Borough Council’s (WBC) planning applications and decisions for the Roehampton & Putney Heath ward. Whilst every effort is made to highlight the page numbers and present the information below it is always best for the reader to have a read of the original Council documents just in case any errors have been made.

Applications (pages 21 & 22) – http://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/downloads/file/13701/applications_week_ending_29_september_2018

Application Number: 2018/2569,

  • Address: Putney Vale Cemetery, Kingston Road, SW15 3SB,
  • Proposal: Details of materials pursuant to conditions 2 & 3 of planning permission dated 15/03/2018 ref 2018/0073 and listed building dated 15/03/2018 ref 2018/0091 [The cleaning and restoration of the stonework and metal entrance gates into Putney Vale Cemetery. The installation of the original mounting block with a granite sett surround within the pavement outside the cemetery gates with the installation of an information board. The removal of existing fences around the existing milestone with the addition of a new paving strip within the existing footpath to highlight the milestone.]

Application Number: 2018/4355,

  • Address: 1A Cedars Cottages, Roehampton Lane, SW15 4HS,
  • Proposal: Alterations including excavation to create basement including formation of rear lightwells with grille over.

Application Number: 2018/4388,

  • Address: The Roehampton Priory Hospital, Priory Lane, SW15 5JJ,
  • Proposal: Internal alterations to Therapy Wing.

Application Number: 2018/4467,

  • Address: The Roehampton Priory Hospital, Priory Lane, SW15 5JJ,
  • Proposal: Installation of secondary glazing to double hung sash windows and casement windows.

Decisions (page 23) – http://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/downloads/file/13702/decisions_week_ending_29_september_2018

Application Number: 2018/3743,

  • Address: Harvey and Romero Court Building, University of Roehampton, Roehampton Lane, SW15 5PUI,
  • Proposal: Details of proposed plant pursuant to condition 4 of planning permission dated 29/05/2018 ref 2018/1531 (Alterations including erection of two-storey rear extension, enclosure of existing courtyard, installation of replacement of windows and erection of external plant).

Application Number: 2018/3502,

  • Address: Templeton, 118 Priory Lane, SW15 5JL,
  • Proposal: Variation of conditions 8 and 11 (replacement trees and in accordance with approved drawings) pursuant to listed building consent dated 03/05/2018 ref 2017/6853 (Alterations including redevelopment of the wardens’ cottages to create 4 x 3-bedroomed two-storey (plus basement) cottages. Erection of new stable block including 2 x horse stallsx 1-bedroomed staff cottages, artist’s studio and associated paddock. Erection of 1 x 5 bedroom two-storey (plus roof and basement) house.) to allow amendments to the previously approved proposal and details pursuant to conditions 2, 3, 4, 7 and 12 (re-consultation to allow for the discharge of conditions 2, 3, 4, 7 and 12 and not their removal).

Application Number: 2018/3501,

  • Address: Templeton, 118 Priory Lane, SW15 5JL,
  • Proposal: Variation of conditions 8 and 10 (replacement trees and in accordance with approved drawings) of planning permission dated 24/04/2018 ref 2017/6840 (Alterations including redevelopment of the wardens’ cottages to create 4 x 3-bedroomed two-storey (plus basement) cottages. Erection of new stable block including 2 x horse stalls, 1 x 1-bedroomed staff cottages, artist’s studio and associated paddock. Erection of 1 x 5-bedroom two-storey (plus roof and basement) house.) to allow amendments to the previously approved proposal and details pursuant conditions 2, 3, 4, 7, 14, 16 and 19. (re-consultation to allow for the discharge of conditions 2, 3, 4, 7, 14 and 16 and not their removal)

For the most recent Weekly List of planning applications and decisions – http://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/downloads/download/1326/full_list_of_weekly_planning_applications_and_decisions

If interested in searching for more information about a planning application, go to the Wandsworth Borough Council’s ‘Searching planning applications’ webpage – http://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/info/516/view_planning_application_by_address_or_map/364/searching_planning_applications

Caveats

Please note that all information is provided on a best efforts basis and that readers should make their own efforts to review and assess the provided content.

Receive articles into your inbox when uploaded on the blog

To receive blog articles as they are uploaded please ‘follow’ the blog.

Please note that all information is provided on a best efforts basis and that readers should make their own efforts to review and assess the provided content.

To receive blog articles as they are uploaded please ‘follow’ the blog.

Contact

Email us at – roeregeneration@yahoo.com – and let us know of any concerns/thoughts you may have or add a comment at the end of the blog entry in the ‘Leave a Reply’ section.

Or email your Roehampton and Putney Heath Councillors at;

Or email your local Member of Parliament at;

For a different view of Roehampton, especially the Alton Estate