Stop the Elthorne Works Over-Development

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Clare Salter
Nov 15, 2020
The development seems too large for the infrastructure of the area

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Anne-Marie Worden
Nov 14, 2020
It’s total overdevelopment in old Hanwell. Way too high, too many units and an eyesore in a Victorian area, with many areas of natural beauty. Ealing council failed again!

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Kate O'Brien
Nov 14, 2020
This is not right for our community!

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Nicholas Strachan
Nov 12, 2020
NIcholas Strachan

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Sid Rudgley
Nov 7, 2020
It wrong

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Ian Speed
Nov 6, 2020
This is clearly an appallingly inappropriate development

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Jacqueline Eveleigh
Nov 6, 2020
It looks an eye sore far too high

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Valerie Postins
Nov 6, 2020
It’s an outrage.

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Nutun Ahmed
Nov 5, 2020
The amount of floors quoted on the plans only starts above the industrial units - the tallest block next to the River/canal will actually be 13-14 storeys high because the residential floors are above a 1-2 storey ‘podium’ of commercial space. And the lowest block, the equivalent of 10-11 storeys. This sets an alarming precedent for future development in the area, the immediate surrounding roads are no higher than 3 storeys - these towers will be massively out of place in the area
The quoted amount of flats that will be affordable is calculated using habitable rooms - the actual percentage of "affordable" dwellings is way less and the planners have no idea of the eventual cost of the individual flats so this means the commitment to affordable dwellings cannot be calculated !!!!????
The light survey carried out shows the development does not comply.

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Keryn Standring
Nov 5, 2020
Overcrowding, not the infrastructure to support