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Electric car charging on Danebury Avenue

Many of you on the Alton Estate may already be aware of the three new electric car charging stands on Danebury Avenue. In the background of the first photo, to the left you just see some of Warnford House and to the right of this building is The Alton School, and to the right of this school is the Danebury Avenue barrier.

It’s interesting that these electric car charging stands are so far down Danebury Avenue and so close to a barrier which the Council has previously, on more than one occasion, considered removing or introducing restrictive use. Any thoughts from readers as to the reasons for this location for these stands?

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Points of concern raised with ward Councillor regarding retro-fitting water sprinklers (9 September 2017)

It was a little while ago, though in the context of discussions regarding retro-fitting water sprinklers the following might be of interest.

On Saturday 9th September 2017 four Alton Estate residents attended the Councillor’s surgery on to discuss retro-fitting of water sprinklers off the back of the Paper 17-269 which was to be discussed at the Council’s Housing and Regeneration Overview and Scrutiny Committee on 14th September 2017. The ward Councillor who this was discussed with was Councillor Sue McKinney, who also attends this meeting. Timing wise many on the estate received a copy of the September Brightside magazine earlier the same day which mentioned retro-fitting of water sprinklers which did not mention how this would be funded.

As far as these four residents were concerned, the following points were raised;

  1. Water sprinklers were first brought up in June there has been ample time to arrange to door knocking of residents to seek views and opinions, or to arrange a consultation. The response was that summer holidays may have had something to do with this.
  2. Related to this was that instead of Labour campaigning, such as what was seen the previous Saturday in Putney then perhaps this resource could have been better spent on garnering views about water sprinklers.
  3. That the absence of the Borough Residents Forum (BRF) Minutes from the Western Area Housing Panel (WAHP) Agenda for the meeting of 11th September was not on (as this included an item about water sprinklers) and needed to be raised and added back in. This was raised by a Residents Association.
  4. Residents raised that there are block differences which need to be considered.
  5. One block has requested a copy of the Fire Risk Assessment and was waiting for a copy of this. They are not held by the Western Area team and are held centrally. It was suggested that if any residents were concerned then having a copy of the Fire Risk Assessment based on the ground floor might assist with some comfort.
  6. A discussion regarding frequency of Fire Risk Assessments was held, top of head thoughts were monthly or quarterly.
  7. One resident highlighted disappointment that a query regarding water sprinklers sent to Councillor McKinney the previous Sunday had not been acknowledged.
  8. Concern was expressed about contents insurance in that it was doubtful one’s residence would be covered if the water sprinklers went off by accident. A mention of wooden floors was highlighted as a problem area should this happen.
  9. In the paper 17-269 there is a mention of potential building insurance benefits. Councillor McKinney was unaware of the current cost of building insurance for blocks and one resident suggested low £100+. [Post meeting update, having just seen one building’s service for 2015/2016 the Buildings Insurance premium is £12.43. If correct, then the benefits of section 24 of the paper 17-269 is perhaps negligible].
  10. Concern was raised about whether there could be electrical fires which start as a result of water sprinklers.
  11. One resident presented statistics regarding deaths from fires in the Wandsworth Borough which worked out to be 1.2 per annum and queried whether this cost was commensurate with what the £26 million cost to the Council.
  12. A mention of possible double counting of service charges could be on the cards. Major works are being conducted now on tall blocks on the Alton Estate, by installing water sprinklers would this undo any of the works being paid for now. If yes, then would leaseholders be paying to have this put back to pre-water sprinkler state?
  13. Uncertainty about where water sprinklers would be located was highlighted, would they be inside flats or just on the landing areas?
  14. One resident asked whether there was consideration that forcing this onto residents as part ‘security’ meant that leaseholders who have bought properties and tenants who have moved into them, have therefore moved into properties which were not ‘secure’ and whether they could have a legal case?
  15. Legal action was mentioned as a possible challenge if this is ‘imposed’ on leaseholders.
  16. Buildings on Danebury Avenue with long walkways which are covered might pose a risk if residents are at the furthest points from the stair case.
  17. Leaseholders in tall blocks are currently undergoing major works which is costing between £7,000 to £10,000 and now they have will have to contend with this additional cost.
  18. One resident mentioned that in one block the Council is very good at removing clutter from landings.
  19. There was also concern regarding the ongoing costs of servicing the sprinklers.

Councillor McKinney was asked to object to Section (b) and (c ) of Point 3 and the feedback was that this seemed a reasonable request thought this would need to be put past Councillor Paul White, the Opposition Speaker at the Housing and Regeneration Overview and Scrutiny Committee.

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Allbrook House and Roehampton Library in the news

If you haven’t been keeping with the Alton Regeneration Watch (ARW) Twitter feed you may have missed the various articles about Allbrook House and the Roehampton Library in the media. The articles are listed below and each can be read if click on them;

An article by Greg Pitcher, ‘Leading architects call on council to save post-war LCC housing block’ (10 January 2018), was within The Architects’ Journal.

An Article by Geraint Franklin, ‘Allbrook House and Roehampton Library, London’ (January 2018), was within the Twentieth Century Society.

An article by Barnabas Calder, ‘Britain’s most important 20th-century housing is under threat’ (December 2017), was within the Apollo Magazine.

A reminder of what the buildings look like are below.

Alton Conservation Area Appraisal & Management Strategy

Something which didn’t quite seem to make any sense was how the proposed demolition came about given the positive comments in the past of from the ‘Alton Conservation Area Appraisal & Management Strategy’ which stated the following comments;

“There are however some buildings that do have architectural interest outside the conservation area such as Allbrook House and Roehampton Library”. (page 8)

“3.14 The shopping parade in Danebury Avenue, completed in 1959-60 and the library, in 1961, are outside the conservation area. The library has architectural interest, distinguished in part by its curved walls and undulating roof form but also by the associated (though detached) Allbrook House which seems to float above – it too has an interesting form and details, including decorative block detailing to its balconies which unifies and softens the harshness of the structure. The library was one of the last buildings in the original development of Alton West. It was designed by John Partridge of the London County Council (LCC) Architect’s Department incorporating ideas from Wandsworth Council’s library service. It was opened in September 1961 by the children’s author Noel Streatfield. There was originally a mural by Bill Mitchell in resin and plastics”. (page 12)

“4.29 Some buildings outside the conservation area have an influence on the area’s character, particularly noticeable along Harbridge Avenue, just off Danebury Road, where there are shops, the library and Allbrook House (all of which fall outside the conservation area)”. (page 19)

“6.9 Generally, those buildings that fall outside the conservation area do not have the same architectural rigour or quality of those that are within. There are however, buildings in the vicinity of this character area – Allbrook House and Roehampton Library – that are of interest in terms of their architectural presence and relationship to the Alton Estate. The presence and connection of these buildings to the north-eastern edge of the estate makes them difficult to go unnoticed – though outside the conservation area, their impact is complementary due to their applied architectural treatment and form, directly linked to the modernist principles established for Alton West, namely monumentality and originality”. (page 28)

“Boundary Review

1.3 As part of the appraisal process, the boundaries of the Alton Estate Conservation Area were reviewed and considered to be acceptable. However, during the public consultation people strongly urged the Council to extend the conservation area to include areas including Allbrook House and its green space, Roehampton Library and buildings along Danebury Avenue. At its Strategic Planning and Transportation Overview and Scrutiny Committee meeting on 18 November 2010, the Council undertook to consider further research on this matter”. (page 44)

Redeveloping Danebury Avenue What Roehampton Wants….Labour Survey regarding previous regeneration attempt

With regards to the previous regeneration attempt on the Alton Estate, the Labour Party conducted a survey of residents on the Alton Estate and the results were published in the document ‘Redeveloping Danebury Avenue, What Roehampton Wants’. Interestingly, the Labour Party did not conduct any such survey this time around and it is wandered what the reason(s) are for not doing so, especially given that presently the ward has three Labour Party Councillors since 2014 these being Councillor Peter Carpenter, Councillor Jeremy Ambache and Councillor Sue McKinney. The feedback contained within the report stated;

“The whole council plan rests on the demolition of Allbrook House, the “landmark” block above Roehampton Library.  This is the one question where there was no majority opposition to the council plan, but a clear plurality – 45% – don’t want the block demolished. Barely a third – 34% – supported demolition and a sizeable number – 21% – didn’t feel able to give a view.  We had 21 surveys back from the parts of Danebury Avenue, including Allbrook House, under threat of demolition.  Of these, 4 supported demolition and 14 opposed it”.  (page 3)

“It’s a great shame that the Council never even considered improving Allbrook House, which contains some large properties within it with spectacular views of Roehampton.  Recladding or even more radical remodelling of Allbrook House could transform this block – the gateway to the Alton estate”. (page 3)

To highlight the “landmark” comment in pictures, have a look at the following photos.

This is taken from Roehampton High Street.

Conservation review 2010

Earlier in this article within the Alton Conservation Area Appraisal & Management Strategy there was a mention of this review within the Boundary Review comment. At the Strategic Planning and Transportation Overview and Scrutiny Committee meeting (18 November 2010) the following was discussed “Background. The Council has a 5 year programme for updating appraisals of the Borough’s 45 conservation areas. In the fifth year, the conservation areas were divided into two groups. The first five appraisals were reported in February 2010 (Paper No. 10- 211) and the second and final four appraisals are being reported to this Committee”. (Paper 10-876).

What is very interesting about this is that in 2010 one of the current ward Councillors was supportive in trying to extend the Alton conservation Area to protect these buildings, as the following comments highlight (Appendix 2 to Paper No. 10-876, Consultation comments);

“Comment from Councillor Carpenter:

a) Recommends redrawing the boundary of the CA to include Harbidge Ave, Allbrook House, Roehampton Library and the green in Alton West; and the Cornerstone and low odd numbered buildings on Alton Road in Alton East for their architectural interest.

b) The Council could produce a leaflet on conservation areas and listed buildings so people understand them better.

c ) It was clear from the meeting that there is general opposition to plans for demolition of the eastern end of Danebury Ave. It should be remembered that there were earlier plans for a more sensitive refurbishment of the area which had greater support from residents”.

Allbrook House and Roehampton Listing attempt

In 2015 there was an attempt to list these buildings through Historic England. MP Greening wrote in favour of not supporting the listing though there was no such comments, supportive or not, from the three Labour ward Councillors and the question is, “why not?”.

Where are we now?

The buildings (Harbidge Ave, Allbrook House, Roehampton Library) mentioned in Councillor Carpenter’s comments in point (a) above are all proposed for demolition as part of this current regeneration scheme. With the 2018 Local Council elections coming up, one has to ask whether voting for Labour or the Conservatives will make any difference?

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Ibstock School planning application not approved though in use?

One thing is for sure, planning applications in the Roehampton & Putney Heath ward are not boring. First there was Roehampton University’s portacabin planning application (2016/5912) which was approved to the dismay of many local residents, though now there is the Ibstock School’s planning application 2015/5074 which might join the list of planning applications that goes within the “what is going on?” list.

Background

For a refresher of what this planning application was about the background is;

Background to the application is “The Performing Arts Centre (PAC) was due for completion at the end of August 2015. However, it is likely that the final fitting-out of the PAC will continue through to October. The School hopes to have its first production in the PAC in December 2015. The purpose of this submission is to quantify the increase in traffic likely to be caused by the opening of the PAC and its use by the local community and other organisations, and to describe the mitigation measures being put in place”.

Bear in mind that point 13 of the “Permission for Development” dated 11 June 2013 stated “Prior to commencement of the use of the Performance Arts Centre (PAC), details of proposals for the provision of access to the PAC’s facilities for the benefit of the local community, including local schools and clubs, shall have been submitted in writing to the Council for approval”.

What’s the current position?

The theatre is in use and this is seen via the school’s live events webpage. If you have a look at the moment there are tickets for £12 or £15 to see, amongst other events, either Peter Pan or Angels in America: Part One, Millennium Approaches.

However, according to the Council’s planning application website, this has not yet been approved bearing in mind this planning application was submitted in 2015.

Where is the theatre located?

In the Ibstock School by Danebury Avenue.

What’s been done?

A query was sent to the Planning application team on June 11th 2017 stating;

“according to the Council’s website planning application 2015-5074 has not yet been approved.

Can it be confirmed please that it has been approved”.

The response on June 20th 2017 was;

 “Discussions between the school and Council are ongoing and there is hope that the full programme for use of the facilities will soon be agreed. I have contacted the Council’s arts and culture team for further comment on the matter. If you contact me again in a week or so, hopefully I will have a more conclusive response”.

The following have also been informed;

  • The Roehampton Forum Management Committee
  • The Putney Society
  • Putneysw15
  • Roehampton & Putney Heath Councillors (one of which is on the Planning Application Committee)

Conclusion

It would be interesting to get reader’s thoughts which could be added to this article.

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Weekly Council Planning applications and decisions – April 29th 2017

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 Council 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 (page 26)

 Application No: 2017/0929

  • TEAM: W
  • No of Neighbours Consulted: 4
  • Date Registered: 26 April 2017
  • Address: 193 Roehampton Lane, SW15 4HN,
  • Press Notice(s) Site Notice(s)
  • Proposal: Installation of recessed sliding access gate and railings to overall height of 1.7m.
  • Conservation area (if applicable): Westmead Conservation Area
  • Applicant: Aspect Property Services Limited, 11 Ickenham Road, Ruislip, HA4 7BT,
  • Agent: Mr Saman Rasool, 193 Roehampton Lane, LONDON, SW15 4HN,
  • Officer dealing with this application: Brendan Easton
  • On Telephone No: 020 8871 8162

Application No: 2017/1864

  • TEAM: W
  • No of Neighbours Consulted: 51
  • Date Registered: 26 April 2017
  • Address: 8 Roedean Crescent, SW15 5JU,
  • Proposal: Erection of a three-storey (plus basement) 6-bedroom dwelling with additional living accommodation at lower ground floor level and lightwells to the front and rear; roof terrace on rear first floor level.
  • Conservation area (if applicable):
  • Applicant: Mr Nikolaus Woloszczuk, 13 Cedars Road, LONDON, SW13 0HP,
  • Agent: WEA Planning, Braitrim House Westwood Business Ce, 98 Victoria Road, PARK ROYAL, NW10 6NB,
  • Officer dealing with this application: Ross Meachin
  • On Telephone No: 020 8871 8411

Application No: 2017/2005

  • TEAM: W
  • No of Neighbours Consulted: 0
  • Date Registered: 25 April 2017
  • Address: 71 Medfield Street, SW15 4JY,
  • Proposal: Erection of an outbuilding in rear garden.
  • Conservation area (if applicable): Roehampton Village Conservation Area
  • Applicant: Mr Nick Atkinson, 71 Medfield Street, LONDON, SW15 4JY,
  • Agent: Architecture + Urban Design Bureau, 11 Jennings Road, Dulwich, SE22 9JU,
  • Officer dealing with this application: Daniel Piercy
  • On Telephone No: 020 8871 6632

Decisions (pages 24-25)

 Application No: 2017/1254 W

  • Decided on: 24/04/2017
  • Date Registered: 16/03/2017
  • Legal Agreement: N
  • Address: 3 Medfield Street, SW15 4JY,
  • Proposal: Internal alterations at ground floor level.
  • Conservation area (if applicable): Roehampton Village Conservation Area
  • Applicant: Mr Naresh Das, 191 Kingston Road, London, SW19 1LH,
  • Agent: Andrew Catto Architects, 154 Putney High Street, London, SW15 1RS,
  • Decision: Approve with Conditions
  • Decision Taker: Delegated Standard

Application No: 2016/7378 W

  • Decided on: 25/04/2017
  • Date Registered: 12/01/2017
  • Legal Agreement: N
  • Address: 71 Medfield Street, SW15 4JY,
  • Proposal: Erection of single-storey rear extension;. alterations to include formation of steps in front of property to lower ground floor by increasing the depth of the existing lightwell and change of lower ground floor front window to French doors. (amended description).
  • Conservation area (if applicable): Roehampton Village Conservation Area
  • Applicant: Mr Nick Atkinson, 71 Medfield Street, London, SW15 4JY,
  • Agent: Hallas & Co, 15 Crane Mews, 32 Gould Road, Twickenham, TW2 6RS,
  • Decision: Approve with Conditions
  • Decision Taker: Delegated Standard

Application No: 2017/1188 W

  • Decided on: 25/04/2017
  • Date Registered: 10/03/2017
  • Legal Agreement: N
  • Address: 140 Priory Lane, SW15 5JP,
  • Proposal: Alterations to the ground floor to accommodate a garage within the existing footprint of the house including alterations to frontage with new double garage doors and front extension.
  • Conservation area (if applicable):
  • Applicant: Mrs L Jacobs, c/o Simon Davenport Associates Ltd, 28 Grosvenor Street, London, W1K 4QR,
  • Agent: Brookes Architects Ltd, Upstairs at The Grange, Bank Lane, London, SW15 5JT,
  • Decision: Approve with Conditions Decision Taker: Delegated Standard

Application No: 2017/0944 W

  • Decided on: 27/04/2017
  • Date Registered: 06/03/2017
  • Legal Agreement: N
  • Address: 12 Heathview Gardens, SW15 3SZ,
  • Proposal: Details of materials pursuant to conditions 2 of planning permission dated 09/09/2016 ref 2016/4182 ( Erection of dormer roof extension to main rear roof; formation of rear balcony at first floor and alterations to skylights approved under planning permission ref 2015/2971 (Excavation to enlarge basement including formation of rear lightwell and erection of two-storey side extension (east side).)
  • Conservation area (if applicable): Putney Heath Conservation Area
  • Applicant: Mr David Ghosh, 12 Heathview Gardens, London, SW15 3SZ,
  • Agent: Create Design Ltd, Wigglesworth House, 69 Southwark Bridge Road, London, SE1 9HH,
  • Decision: Approve No Conditions
  • Decision Taker: Delegated Standard

Application No: 2017/0910 W

  • Decided on: 27/04/2017
  • Date Registered: 15/03/2017
  • Legal Agreement: N
  • Address: 12 Heathview Gardens, SW15 3SZ,
  • Proposal: Details of materials pursuant to conditions 2 of planning permission dated 14/09/2016 ref 2016/4267 ( Amendments to approved planning permission 2015/2971 dated 29/07/2015 [Excavation to enlarge basement including formation of rear lightwell and erection of two-storey side extension (east side)], planning permission 2015/2968 dated 25/08/2015 [Alterations including erection of part single, part two-storey rear/side extension and rear dormer to main roof] and 2015/7299 [alterations to the single-storey rear/side extension, rear facing dormer window and
  • fenestration at ground and first floor levels] to include external staircase from the rear garden to the basement extension. )
  • Conservation area (if applicable): Putney Heath Conservation Area
  • Applicant: Mr David Ghosh, 12 Heathview Gardens, London, SW15 3SZ,
  • Agent: Create Design Ltd, Wigglesworth House, 69 Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 9HH,
  • Decision: Approve No Conditions
  • Decision Taker: Delegated Standard

Application No: 2017/1455 V

  • Decided on: 28/04/2017
  • Date Registered: 13/03/2017
  • Legal Agreement: N
  • Address: Telecommunication Station Ctil241596 On Pavement East Of Roehampton Gate, Equestrian Centre, Danebury Avenue, SW15 4PD,
  • Proposal: The installation of a 14 metre high T-range replica telegraph pole radio base station housing 6no. antennas with GRP shroud and and 1no. equipment cabinet
  • Conservation area (if applicable): Alton Conservation Area
  • Applicant: Vodapone Limited, C/O Agent,
  • Agent: Mr Dom Needham, Steam Packet House, 76 Cross Street, M2 4JG,
  • Decision: Permission not required
  • Decision Taker: Delegated Standard

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Weekly Council Planning applications and decisions – March 18th 2017

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 Council 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 (page 29)

Application No: 2017/0910

  • TEAM: W
  • No of Neighbours Consulted: 0
  • Date Registered: 15 March 2017
  • Address: 12 Heathview Gardens, SW15 3SZ,
  • Proposal: Details of materials pursuant to conditions 2 of planning permission dated 14/09/2016 ref 2016/4267 (Amendments to approved planning permission 2015/2971 dated 29/07/2015 [Excavation to enlarge basement including formation of rear lightwell and erection of two-storey side extension (east side)], planning permission 2015/2968 dated 25/08/2015 [Alterations including erection of part single, part two-storey rear/side extension andrear dormer to main roof] and 2015/7299 [alterations to the single-storey rear/side extension, rear facing dormer window and fenestration at ground and first floor levels] to include external staircase from the rear garden to the
  • basement extension. )
  • Conservation area (if applicable): Putney Heath Conservation Area
  • Applicant: Mr David Ghosh, 12 Heathview Gardens, London SW15 3SZ
  • Agent: Create Design Ltd, Wigglesworth House, 69 Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 9HH
  • Officer dealing with this application: Cathy Molloy
  • On Telephone No: 020 8871 6913

Application No: 2017/1254

  • TEAM: W
  • No of Neighbours Consulted: 18
  • Date Registered: 16 March 2017
  • Address: 3 Medfield Street, SW15 4JY,
  • Press Notice(s) Site Notice(s)
  • Proposal: Internal alterations at ground floor level.
  • Conservation area (if applicable): Roehampton Village Conservation Area
  • Applicant: Mr Naresh Das, 191 Kingston Road, London, SW19 1LH
  • Agent: Andrew Catto Architects, 154 Putney High Street, London, SW15 1RS
  • Officer dealing with this application: Nathaniel Young
  • On Telephone No : 020 8871 8603

Application No: 2017/1455

  • TEAM: V
  • No of Neighbours Consulted: 0
  • Date Registered: 13 March 2017
  • Address: Telecommunication Station Ctil241596 On Pavement East Of Roehampton Gate Equestrian Centre, Danebury Avenue, SW15 4PD,
  • Proposal: The installation of a 14 metre high T-range replica telegraph pole radio base station housing 6no. antennas with GRP shroud and and 1no. equipment cabinet
  • Conservation area (if applicable): Alton Conservation Area
  • Applicant: Vodapone Limited, C/O Agent
  • Agent: Mr Dom Needham, Steam Packet House, 76 Cross Street, M2 4JG
  • Officer dealing with this application: Kate Randell
  • On Telephone No: 020 8871 7709

Decisions (page 22)

Application No: 2017/0234 W

  • Decided on: 15/03/2017
  • Date Registered: 20/01/2017
  • Legal Agreement: N
  • Address: 90 Dowdeswell Close, SW15 5RL,
  • Proposal: Alterations to ground floor rear elevation in connection with use of garage as additional habitable accommodation.
  • Conservation area(if applicable) :
  • Applicant: Ms Zoe Lynam, 90 Dowdeswell Close, London SW15 5RL
  • Agent: Jeffery and Wilkes building contractors ltd, Saunders house, 52-53 The Mall, Ealing, W5 3TA,
  • Decision: Approve
  • No Conditions Decision Taker: Delegated Standard

Application No: 2016/6956 W

  • Decided on: 17/03/2017
  • Date Registered: 25/01/2017
  • Legal Agreement: N
  • Address: Land to the north of Roehampton Vale, SW15 3PG,
  • Proposal : Details of lighting assessment pursuant to condition 2 of advertisement consent dated 26th May 2015 ref 2015/0506 (Installation of internally illuminated LED freestanding sign (5m x 7.5m high) on structure 6.4m wide and 12.3mhigh).
  • Conservation area (if applicable):
  • Applicant: Outdoor Plus Ltd, 54 Baker Street, London, W1U 7BU,
  • Agent: Outdoor Plus Ltd, 54 Baker Street, London W1U 7BU,
  • Decision: Approve No Conditions
  • Decision Taker: Delegated Standard

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  • Jeremy Ambache – JAmbache@wandsworth.gov.uk
  • Sue McKinney – SMcKinney@wandsworth.gov.uk

 

The Putney Society helps with Alton Estate litter clean up

The Putney Society has an event on the Alton Estate coming up soon to assist with a tidy up.

“The Great British Spring Clean

Event Date: Mar 04, 2017

 The Putney Society will be joining in this national campaign on Saturday 4th March. 

Calling all litter pickers to join us at the 430 bus terminus in Danebury Avenue, Roehampton at 10:30.   Gloves and bags will be provided”.

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