26.05.02 - Letter to the Building Control Surveyor, TWBC - Robert Soden


From:
Robert Soden, York Road, Tunbridge Wells

To:
Patrick Arthur, Building Control Surveyor
Planning and Building Control Services, Town Hall
Tunbridge Wells

26 May 2002

Dear Mr Arthur

Thank you for your notification of the demolition of Telephone House.

To me it seems that your letter does not contain enough information to make a fair judgment.

I specifically refer to para (g) [To take such steps relating to the conditions ...] and wish to know what these conditions are.

Thank you for your prompt reply.

Yours sincerely
Robert Soden





27.05.02 - REPLY: Patrick Arthur, Building Control Surveyor, TWBC:

Dear Mr Soden

BUILDING REGULATIONS 1991 (AS AMENDED) BUILDING ACT 1984

Telephone House - Church Road - Royal Tunbridge Wells - Kent - Demolition of building

I refer to your letter dated 26 May 2002.

The conditions are (a) - (f) inclusive as listed in the Notice.

It should be noted that our letter of 21 May 2002 and associated Notice copy are provided on an informative basis as opposed to a consultative process.





03.06.02 - FOLLOW UP

From:
Robert Soden, York Road, Tunbridge Wells

To:
Patrick Arthur, Building Control Surveyor
Planning and Building Control Services, Town Hall
Tunbridge Wells

03 June 2002

Dear Mr Arthur

Thank you for your reply of 28 May regarding the demolition of Telephone House.

I am like my neighbours not an expert in interpreting townhall bureaucracy. Nevertheless I am concerned about the ongoing at the Telephone House. You advise me that all conditions are contained in your letter to the developer.
What happens to the conditions and or recommendations the Inspector set out in his appeal decision?

I heard that no Method Statement has been filed by CALA Homes - On what ground was your notification made?

Thank you for your prompt reply.

Yours sincerely
Robert Soden


Correspondence of Residents and the Building Control Surveyor, TWBC

Inspector Malcolm Lewis' decisions on behalf of the Secretary of State
Public Inquiry: Telephone House, Tunbridge Wells - May 2001