The Counties Residents' Association

Protecting the interests of the community.

Browsing Posts tagged 2393/09

The 2010 Annual General Meeting of the Counties Residents’ Association will be held on 7th June 2010, starting at 7.30pm at our usual venue of the Snaresbrook Cricket and Football Club on Nutter Lane. Minutes

A newsletter confirming the date/venue for the CRA AGM and providing an update on the ongoing Public Inquiry for Chepstow schemes 2 and 3.

Day 4 of the Chepstow Public Inquiry in which the second and third schemes by Telford Homes are being considered (3398/08 and 2393/09 respectively) was again quite a long day as within days 1 and 2. Telford’s second witness, David Wood (their architect) was on the stand for the entire day and in fact the […]

Day 3 of the Chepstow Public Inquiry in which the second and third schemes by Telford HomesĀ are being considered (3398/08 and 2393/09 respectively) was much faster paced than the first two days. In addition to hearing from the remaining third parties (Wanstead Society and the CRA), Redbridge’s second and final witness (Julie Williams) and Telford’s […]

Routine meeting of the CRA Committee. Minutes.

Routine meeting of the CRA Committee. Minutes.

A notice from Redbridge Planning confirming that two further days (25/5/10 and 27/5/10) have been scheduled for the Public Inquiry into Chepstow Schemes 2 and 3 (3398/08 and 2393/09).

Day 2 of the Chepstow Public Inquiry in which the second and third schemes by Telford Homes is being consisdered (3398/08 and 2393/09 respectively) was a bit quicker to get going as Redbridge’s first witness (Mr Simon Algar, Redbridge Conservation Officer) was still on the stand from Day 1. Mr Algar’s cross examination continued, followed […]

Day 4 and 5 of Public Inquiry announced (day 5 for site visit, conditions and costs). NB Venue confirmed. NB2 Date and time changed since first posted

Day 1 of the Chepstow Public Inquiry in which the second and third schemes by Telford Homes is being considered (3398/08 and 2393/09 respectively) was slow to get going. No “evidence” was heard until the afternoon session. The evidence was from Mr Simon Algar the Redbridge Conservation Officer. His Evidence in Chief was heard (ie […]