From: Archie Norman, M.P.
HOUSE OF COMMONS
LONDON SW1A OAA
20 August 2001
Mr P Morse
Telephone House Neighbours Association .
37 Church Road
Royal Tunbridge Wells
Kent TN1 1JT
Dear Mr Morse
I have enclosed a copy of a letter I recently received from Rodney Stone.
Despite his judgement that the Inspector did break the relevant procedure rules in dealing with policy H6(a) he considers that this is not sufficient to justify an appeal to the High Court with any reasonable prospect of success. Unfortunately it is in your hands to decide whether or not you seek independent legal advice.
I would be grateful if you could keep me informed of any developments.
Could the Inspector's decisions have been challenged ?
15.08.2001 - Chief Executive Rodney Stone's correspondence to MP Archie Norman
After the Public Inquiry, during summer/autumn 2001 - The Attitude of Tunbridge Wells Borough Council's
Chief Executive and Director of Operational Services towards residents and rate payers
Archie Norman, MP for Tunbridge Wells - Support for the neighbours of Telephone House
The final plans please no-one: neither local councillors, residents nor the developers