Reduce 23 Storey, 842-room Megahotel in LBHF, overlooking Residents and Increasing Traffic

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We the undersigned petition the Mayor of London to call in LBHF Planning Appl. 2020/00915/FUL for the Redevelopment of West London Magistrates Court site under Art. 7 of the Mayor of London Order (2008). Following a complete disregard by the Planning Committee for the residents organised and consistent objections during the entire planning process, we are now petitioning the Mayor to effect the drastic reduction in scale of the project.

• At 23 storeys, 842 rooms, it would be the tallest building in LBHF, looming directly over residential & conservation areas, churches, schools, public areas, etc.

•  Visible above all other buildings from every direction making it the defacto architectural symbol of LBHF - without consultation with residents.

• Ruins the skyline and dominates the view from residents windows and streets 360 degrees around the site (pictures upon request), from the historic St Paul Studios, to the riverside, Colett gardens to Nazareth House, to St Augustine's Church and Barons Court CONSERVATION area;

• In conflict with local planning policies and London Plan;

• Important traffic, congestion & access issues unresolved in an area plagued by traffic jams;

• No environmental impact analysis for all hotels combined;

• Fails to match the vision for the regeneration of central Hamm;