09 July 2001 09:34
Subject: Telephone House
Telephone House - Church Road
The Inspector's decision on the above is now to hand, and I am amazed to see that he did take into account in reaching that decision, the draft Local Plan (see Pages 3 and 4 of his Report) despite
I would be grateful if you would let me have the answer to the following questions
The Inspector on Page 5 points out that the trees on the south side of York Road "do provide a degree of visual amenity", but that they are not protected. - What is there stopping us from placing a TPO on these trees?
I look forward to hearing from you shortly.
|Could the Inspector's decisions have been challenged ?|
|The Trees in York Road between Trinity House and No. 27 York Road, Tunbridge Wells|
Bizarrely, Policy H6(a) allocated for Telephone House was identical to the two refused planning applications for the Telephone House development.
[1st: refused at delegated officers' level - 2nd: refused by the Councillors of the Western Area Planning Committee].
Policy H6(a) is the most controversial document, produced by the Tunbridge Wells Borough Council, leading to the Telephone House Debacle.