Monthly Archives: September 2020

Objection of the week, no. 11

This objection is in response to one of the documents that the Lea Valley Regional Park Authority submitted to the Waltham Forest Planning Committee after the consultation period for the proposed new Ice Centre was supposed to have closed. It … Continue reading

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Objection of the week no. 10

This series of objections to the LVRPA’s plans for the new Ice Centre was originally supposed to end a fortnight ago. However, although the LVRPA submitted its planning application last February, and the period for members of the public to … Continue reading

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Objection of the week, no. 9

FURTHER REASONS FOR NOT SITING ICE CENTRE ON LEYTON MARSH By Celia Coram Scale and Suitability Why propose to put an industrial building on a site of Metropolitan Open Land? Having carried out a Google search I could find no … Continue reading

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Objection of the week no. 8

This is the final objection in our series of featured objections to the planning application for a new double-pad ice centre on Leyton Marsh. It is by Paul. There is still time to object! You can use any of the … Continue reading

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Objection no. 7

This objection was written by Abi on 1st March, before the licence application for the Waterworks Festival was refused by Waltham Forest Council. It covers the issues of land contamination, biodiversity, Metropolitan Open Land and community involvement: Development Management London … Continue reading

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