Save Gurnell - Stop The Gurnell Overdevelopment

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Ellen Clancy
2 days ago
I learnt to swim at gurnell!!

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Amanda Welsh
1 week ago
We need this facility in Ealing.

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Tony Regan
2 weeks ago
I'm signing because I'm overwhelmed by the dreadful prospect of sacrificing a public amenity in the form of Gurnell leisure centre and the surrounding space for sports and recreation, to be replaced by a blockade of overdevelopment.

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Nicola Woods
2 weeks ago
The building is not in keeping with the area. It will block a lot of light and the increase in traffic will be a hazard especially as many children walk or cycle to the nearby schools.

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Philip Richardson
2 weeks ago
There are fewer places to swim which is essential for health and mental wellbeing

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anne nagle
2 weeks ago
We don't want tower blocks

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Chris Thomas
2 weeks ago
This proposal would be a gross over-development of a quiet, semi rural area of Ealing. lt would be inappropriate for the surroundings.

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Evi Dimitriadou
2 weeks ago
I want to protect our neighbourhood from horrible tower blocks, overcrowding and destruction of the beautiful nature for thoughtless, short sighted profiteering. I also want to protect the Gurnell centre that operates at amazing standards and is desperately needed in our community.
If Gurnell centre is demolished and closed for 3 years it will be sorely missed, especially by the kids.

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Lynne Pearson
2 weeks ago
These developments are too high. The extra strain on services in the Borough has not been taken into account

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Julie Shaw
2 weeks ago
I think this development is overbearing and not in keeping with the local area. I’m concerned that it will add too much pressure on the infrastructure of the local area, roads, parks and local services. I also disagree with open metropolitan land being built on in this way.