Twickenham Riverside Terrace Group

A riverside in trust for the community

Public Inquiry cancelled

The Government Office for London have notified MacCormac Jamieson Prichard, as the agents for Dawnay Day, that because they failed to submit an Environmental Statement (that is, an Environmental Impact Assessment), the Inquiry into the Dawnay Day scheme will be cancelled. The possible planning permission granted by the previous Council is now void.

Government Office for London – Letter to McCormac Jamieson Prichard

Tel: 020 7217 3113 Fax: 020 7217 3471

e-mail:aturner.gol@go-regions.gsi.gov.uk website: www.go-london.gov.uk

16 December 2002

Dear Sir/Madam

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990 – SECTION 77
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (GENERAL DEVELOPMENT PROCEDURE) ORDER 1995
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (INQUIRIES PROCEDURE) (ENGLAND) RULES 2000 (SI 2000/1624)
PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREAS) ACT 1990 – SECTION 12
THE PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREAS) REGULATIONS 1990
FORMER SWIMMING BATHS, CAR PARK, 15 KING STREET AND WHARF LANE, THE EMBANKMENT, TWICKENHAM

1. I am writing to you further to our letter dated 29 November 2002, regarding the above applications for planning permission and conservation area consent.

2. You will note that paragraph 5 of that letter stated that unless an Environmental Statement was received by 13 December 2002, the Inquiry due to commence on 14 January 2003 would be cancelled with immediate effect.

3. As we have not received an Environmental Statement as requested, the Inquiry due to commence on 14 January 2002 is hereby cancelled. No further action will be taken with regard to the above applications.

A copy of this letter has been sent to the London Borough of Richmond.

Yours sincerely

John Pierce

 

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