Planning

Planning Applications

One of the most important of EFRA’s activities is to monitor, and respond to consultations on, the larger planning applications in our area.

We discuss these applications with the residents who are most closely affected and also assist them with their personal submissions to the Council’s planners.

EFRA is not opposed to developments but our submissions are informed by the view that the low rise and low density nature of our essentially Edwardian residential neighbourhood should be preserved.

Cranmer Avenue Snooker Hall latest application for redevelopment

The developer submitted a new application and in January EFRA responded.

EFRA sent a submission (2.5 MB) to the Planning Inspector.

The Inspector did not uphold the developer's appeal.

 

 

 

Reynard Mills Drop-in Session

Date: 
Sat 15 Feb 2014 12:00 - 16:00
Location: 
St Faith's Church, 122 Windmill Road, Brentford TW8 9NA

The commercial arm of Notting Hill Housing is holding more drop-in sessions about its proposals for the Reynard Mills site.  There will be information panels to see and members of the project team available for discussion.  The developer has a dedicated website for Reynard Mills.

Reynard Mills Drop-in Session

Date: 
Thu 13 Feb 2014 15:00 - 19:00
Location: 
St Faith's Church, 122 Windmill Road, Brentford TW8 9NA

The commercial arm of Notting Hill Housing is holding more drop-in sessions about its proposals for the Reynard Mills site.  There will be information panels to see and members of the project team available for discussion.  The developer has a dedicated website for Reynard Mills.

Orion Park: Bike Training Facility

Motorbike training continues to take place in the open areas of the Orion Park site.  The operator appealed against the council's latest planning enforcement notice to put a stop to the training which does not have planning approval.  The matter is back with the Planning Inspectorate again.  EFRA is working with local residents and councillors, and submitted a detailed statement to the Planning Inspectorate in January 2014, a summary of which you can see h