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Long Island Exchange - Planning Appeal

posted 27 Oct 2013, 11:51 by Unknown user
The saga of the Long Island Exchange continues, now with a Planning Appeal to the Secretary of State for the Environment.
You will be aware that there have been two planning applications so far to turn the Long Island Exchange bar and hotel (the former Victoria hotel) opposite Rickmansworth station into apartments.

You can read previous articles we have written on this subject

Anyone who has previously commented upon the planning application should have received a letter like this in the post from the planning department at Three Rivers. 

All existing representations (unless parked confidential) from the planning application will be sent forward to the Planning Inspector for consideration as part of the appeals process. The appeal will be done as a written exchange of statements by both parties and a site visit from the Inspector. Residents have the opportunity to withdraw, modify, or make further representations to the proposal. To do this you should provide THREE copies of your representation by Friday 13th November 2013 to:

The Planning Inspectorate
Room 3/10b Kite Wing
Temple Quay House
2 The Square
Temple Quay
Bristol. BS1 6PN.

You can obtain a copy of "Guide to taking part in Planning Appeals" from the above office, or consult it online.