Eden Walk - Planning application 15/13063
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Consultation is now closed but responses will be accepted up to the planning decision.
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Writing to Kingston's Planning Department is the most effect way of making your views heard. Please feel free to use any of our points in your comments. However, we highly recommend that you put any objections in your own words, perhaps choosing just one or two of the points raised here. It is also highly effective to say exactly what you feel about the "material considerations" of any proposal.
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Head of Planning & Transport
Guildhall 2, High Street
Kingston upon Thames
What to say
> Our concerns and how we responded
Consider commenting on some of the following:
The potential impact of a tall building on the amenities of surrounding residents is of particular importance when considering the impact of any proposed tall buildings. Issues that require careful assessment include:
In the case of ‘landmark’ buildings the rationale should consider:
The materials specified for use on any new tall building are considered crucial to the overall impact that the building may have, they can make the difference between a mediocre and a quality scheme.
What else you can do
- Write or talk to your ward Councillors. Click here to find your Councillor. Click here to use the "write to them" tool .
- Write to your MP - Zac Goldsmith / James Berry
Page updated on 12 Feb 2016