Stop Building 140 Flats at Rayners lane car Park which is already an overdevelopment Area

Stop Building 140 Flats at Rayners lane car Park which is already an overdevelopment Area

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Amal Jesuthasan started this petition to Planning Permission Officer (London Borough of Harrow)

We, the Residents of High Worple, Worple Way, and all the surrounding roads and users of Rayners Lane Station Car park write to object to the proposed development of flats in the car park on the following grounds,

1 The Building of 140 flats on the car park site will be an overdevelopment of the site. And also the nearby area as we already had two large developments in the space of two years.

2 The Height of the flats in possibly five or six stories will result in overlooking and loss of amenity and privacy particularly to houses in HIGH WORPLE, WORPLE WAY, VILLAGE WAY, SOUTH CLOSE, and WORPLE CLOSE and also to Alexandra Avenue and Warden Avenue.

3 The reduction in the number of car parking spaces from 251 to about 100 is arbitrary, and not supportable in view of the demonstrable need for which there is no alternative. Rayners lane is unusually busy station because of the two lines (Metropolitan & Piccadilly). And the car park is always well used (In 2017 a 4.3 million passenger throughput was registered), car park users estimated that 150 car park slots are used daily resulting in a possible loss of at least 50 which will be in consequence be possibly parked in adjoining street.

4 Any vehicle to be owned by residents of the new development because of the proposed legal agreement will mean that such vehicles will be parked in nearby streets which are already subject to very heavy congestion.

5 The proposed construction period will result in considerable disruption and less amenity to all local residents in the vicinity and also to car park users.

6 Displaced car park users will have to be forced to park in the surrounding roads resulting in further traffic congestion.

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