THE TELEPHONE HOUSE NEIGHBOURS ASSOCIATION
37 Church Road
Royal Tunbridge Wells
Councillor Melvyn Howell
Chairman and Mayor
"Council Meeting on 9 October 2001"
Tunbridge Wells Borough Council
Town Hall TN1 1RS
Questions from Members of the Public
Council Meeting on Tuesday 9 October 2001, 6 pm
Re: Operational Service Board Meeting 26 July 2001- Minutes (pages 73 - 79)
- Planning Appeal Decision Re Telephone House, Church Road, Tunbridge Wells (p 78 & 79)
We would like to put the following questions to Members of the Council:
cc: Cllrs. L. Price, D. Wakefield, K. Lynes
The questions were "stood over" until the next Council Meeting 4 December 2001.
On 4 December 2001: question 1)
was obsolete as the report of Mr Haynes, Director of Operational Services, was published on 27 November 2001.
On 4 December 2001: question 2) was answered by Cllr. Paul Oliver-Smith, Chairman of Operational Services Board:
- "The Report weakens the Councilís position - therefore the monitoring officer recommended not to circulate it to your group."
On 4 December 2001: question 3) was answered by Cllr. Paul Oliver-Smith, Chairman of Operational Services Board:
- "I shall keep it under review, but I think it will be unnecessary depending on the outcome of item 11 of this evening's agenda (Cllr. Bullock's motion)."
Continue with: Letter to Mayor, Melvyn Howell
Chairman of Council Meeting 9 October 2001
Tunbridge Wells Borough Council's Internal Inquiry into the Telephone House Debacle
27.11.2001 - Director of Operational Services, John Haynes' Report into the Telephone House planning application / planning appeal
Could the Inspector's decisions have been challenged ?
question 2) - NOT the Report, but
The Minutes of Operational Services Board Meeting, 26 July 2001:
- Planning Appeal Decision for Telephone House, Church Road, Royal Tunbridge Wells