Although the application for the hotel was rejected last night the developers are now appealing to the Mayor.
The application to build a 16 storey hotel on the Woburn House site (the old job centre on Falcon Road) was rejected, unanimously, by the planning applications committee last night.
Planning officers have recommended that the Planning Applications Committee reject the application for a 16 storey hotel at the site of the old Job Centre on Falcon Road.
Residents living near Falcon Road might be interested in the current consultation the council has received for the Woburn House site on Falcon Road.
(A little) more on why Metro Shopping Fund withdrew their planning application for Clapham Junction.
The council recently issued ‘advice’ on swine flu. More accurately, it did a cut and paste of some advice already issued by the Health Protection Agency and featured it on the council website. And this has caused some mockery and criticism – why are we issuing it when there are only five cases in the UK?
Another video from the council, this time of Leslie MacDonnell explaining the decision to reject the Springfield Hospital planning application.
Many may find it odd that this blog doesn’t contain a single mention of the Clapham Junction planning application, often referred to as the ‘twin towers’.