TUNBRIDGE WELLS BOROUGH COUNCIL
Town Hall, Royal Tunbridge Wells, TN1 1RS
Our ref: RJS/ALI
Date: 30 October 2001
Telephone House Neighbours Association
37 Church Road
ROYAL TUNBRIDGE WELLS
Kent TN1 1JT
Dear Ms Topliss
TELEPHONE HOUSE DEVELOPMENT
I refer to your letters of the 17 and 18 October acknowledged during annual leave by my Personal Assistant. I have now considered your letters and there is nothing I wish to add to our previous correspondence on these matters.
15 days before, on 15.10.2001, the Chief Executive wrote:
" . . . It gives no one any satisfaction to disallow a question as happened on the 9 October and with dialogue this could have been avoided. . . .
. . . I remain deeply disappointed that you regard the Council's officers as your enemy. I would be happy to meet you to explore ways of dealing with this issue more constructively. . . . "
After the Public Inquiry during summer/autumn 2001 - The attitude of Tunbridge Wells Borough Council's
Chief Executive Rodney Stone and Director of Operational Services towards residents
|Tunbridge Wells Borough Council's Internal Inquiry into the Telephone House Debacle|
The Telephone House Neighbours Association, Tunbridge Wells
The aims are to heighten peoples' awareness and concern for the high-density development on Telephone House site, Church Road / York Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1.