My working methods (regarding appeals) over the past few years have left something to be desired. There have always been more appeal pins on the map than there were outstanding appeals. Finally, I’ve found a better way of working. In future the map will show only outstanding appeals at the date of its update, reported here – usually weekly. The three current appeals are at UB10 8… then EL, JF and TA. Map link.
New planning applications this week in UB10 8 then EZ, PD, QZ and TA. No new appeals. Map link.
We’ve added applications for the Master Brewer site development, the HS2 viaduct and ground works to the west of Breakspear Road South. While they are all outside Ickenham’s boundaries, they all affect us. I’ve used the closest postcodes: UB10 9NX, UB9 6LS and UB9 6JN, respectively. Map link.
New planning applications this week in UB10 8 then AU and HE. No new appeals. Map link.
We have been asked to circulate the following by the London Green Belt council. They are hoping to get sufficient signatures to get it debated in Parliament:
Cease all new developments on Greenbelt and Greenfield sites across the country
Government housing policy is forcing councils to meet aggressive house building targets. This directly causes new developments on Greenbelt & Greenfield. Many councils believe the targets are unrealistic. According to CPRE 460,000 homes are currently planned for greenbelt & greenfield sites.
New planning applications this week in UB10 8 then AE, EZ, HH and PN. No new appeals. Map link.
OWL encouraged local people to respond to a request from the Local Police to report their crime concerns.
I’ve extracted and slightly tidied Ickenham’s top eight concerns:
The full report is at: