Response from Rodney Stone, Chief Executive, TWBC - 30 October 2001


TUNBRIDGE WELLS BOROUGH COUNCIL
Corporate Services
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.

Yours sincerely
Rodney Stone
Chief Executive




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.