Images of Royal Tunbridge Wells Town Centre
Our present Town Hall was the winning entry of an architectural competition designed in 1934 and replaced the Calverley Parade built as part of Decimus Burton's Town Planning Scheme for Tunbridge Wells 1825-1830.
- Look at the addition on top of the roof.
The Planning Department of Tunbridge Wells Borough Council which is in the opinion of residents responsible for the Telephone House debacle, operates from this building.
August 2000 - Nigel Watts predicted in the Courier:
April 2001 (before the Telephone House Public Inquiry took place) - Nigel Watts' comments contained another warning:
July 2002 -The same case officer, Mrs. Ruth Chambers, under the same management, still works on the same case.
July 2003 - Tthe situation remains the same.
February 2004 - Residents are stunned by the statement in the Proof of evidence presented on behalf of the Local Planning Authority regarding the TUNBRIDGE WELLS BOROUGH LOCAL PLAN Review Inquiry : - Objection to Policy H6(a) Allocation of Land at Telephone House for Residential Use
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The Telephone House Neighbours Association informs on CALA Homes (South) Development:
CALA Group acquired the controversial planning permission for the high density development of Telephone House site, Church Road / York Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1.