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Planning Issues => Planning Applications => Topic started by: midibob on January 14, 2013, 07:39:43 PM



Title: Part demolition of Hampton Court Station
Post by: midibob on January 14, 2013, 07:39:43 PM
I've just had a mail through from the Hampton Court Rescue Campaign concerning the developers renewing their expired plans to partly demolish the existing station at Hampton Court.

The application is 2012/4275. Closing date is the 17th January.

I don't think I've ever seen so many objections!

Midibob


Title: Re: Part demolision of Hampton Court Station
Post by: Leafy on January 15, 2013, 07:05:58 PM
Great advocacy and contemporary media urging your support of HCRC at:



Title: Re: Part demolision of Hampton Court Station
Post by: mg on January 15, 2013, 08:37:51 PM
Thanks for posting the link to the video outlining the views against the proposal to demolish part of Hampton Court Railway Station.  The person who made the video has voiced their views so well and has also explained how to object to the proposal very clearly.  I was so pleased to follow his instructions and object so easily.  


Title: Re: Part demolition of Hampton Court Station
Post by: Admin on January 16, 2013, 12:49:28 PM
Truly excellent.

Do we have anybody here with the skills to produce similar videos for occasional high profile campaigns in TD & WG?  Please make yourself known.


Title: Re: Part demolition of Hampton Court Station
Post by: Dilys on January 16, 2013, 07:49:35 PM
Quote from: Admin on January 16, 2013, 12:49:28 PM
Truly excellent.
Do we have anybody here with the skills to produce similar videos for occasional high profile campaigns in TD & WG?  Please make yourself known.


Wot, like the space between Lunch and Maison Bleu ?


Title: Part demolition of Hampton Court Station:DEADLINE TO OBJECT IS 17 JANUARY! 
Post by: Emberman on January 16, 2013, 10:20:48 PM
DEADLINE TO OBJECT IS 17 JANUARY!

The application is 2012/4275.   The application number and your address must be quoted for the council to accept your objection.

Go to this page: http://www2.elmbridge.gov.uk/Planet/ispforms.asp?serviceKey=SysDoc-PlanetApplicationEnquiry
Click on application 2012/4275; 
click the 'Submit Comment' button at the bottom of the page.  
Type your objection into the box.

Quote the reference number 2012/4275, your name and address, or the council will not count your objection


New HCRC VIDEO of the part-demolition plans for Hampton Court Station

Many supporters have already sent their comments on the proposed part-demolition of the Hampton Court Railway Station to Elmbridge Planning Dept., but time is now running out.  The deadline is 17 January.

Please click this link to open a stunning and impactful, short film that explains exactly what is being proposed and how you can help.

http://youtu.be/CVgar9rTU5A

HCRC is trying to reach the Societies and interest groups that can most help Hampton Court Station to survive this threat, so please email or Tweet the film to your friends and neighbours.

Thank you all for your prompt support


HCRC Communications Tweet

You can Tweet us at @HCRCMary

or visit www.hamptoncourtrescuecampaign.com 


Title: Re: Part demolition of Hampton Court Station
Post by: craigvmax on January 16, 2013, 10:38:36 PM
Shared with everyone on  About Thames Ditton Facebook page


Title: Re: Part demolition of Hampton Court Station
Post by: Flex on January 17, 2013, 10:09:16 PM
Quote from: Admin on January 16, 2013, 12:49:28 PM
Truly excellent.
Do we have anybody here with the skills to produce similar videos for occasional high profile campaigns in TD & WG?  Please make yourself known.
Quote from: Dilys on January 16, 2013, 07:49:35 PM
Wot, like the space between Lunch and Maison Bleu ?

Looks like a try at killing the thread to me, Dilys  ;)

I think it would be useful to have someone who has the skill to make a good video.  There have been quite a lot of serious campaigns for example keeping the TD Hall and the Centre for the senior citizens in Thames Ditton, and trying to get the Surrey NHS to take local care in intermediate beds seriously.  There have been big planning issues in the past and ther will be more in the future.  So  is someone going to step forward to do this when needed, and who?.


Title: Re: Part demolition of Hampton Court Station
Post by: Montreux on January 18, 2013, 07:05:31 PM
thanks for putting this up.  agree with other comments about the strength of the video


Title: Re: Part demolition of Hampton Court Station
Post by: Highways Contact on January 31, 2013, 01:01:46 PM

See below a recent update from Gladedale's agent

"In response to public queries, we can confirm that Hampton Court Station will stay operational throughout
the period of works with safe passenger access and ticketing".


Title: Re: Part demolition of Hampton Court Station
Post by: Emberman on January 31, 2013, 10:54:01 PM
But.....Gladedale's Planning Potential Environmental Statement: 2008 says

"
3.2.3 It should be noted that whilst it is intended to keep the Railway Station open
throughout the works, this may not be possible during some piling works.

3.3.2
Table 0.1: Indicative Demolition and Construction Activities and Duration
Activity, Approximate Duration of Works
(in months)
Enabling / Preparation Works 1
Piling 5 
"

Gladedale's apparently contradictory utterances shows that what Gladedale say at any point in time "ain't necessarily so".




Title: Re: Part demolition of Hampton Court Station
Post by: Juninho on February 04, 2013, 09:18:01 AM
They were two people handing out flyers encouraging people to object to the planning on the Jolly Boatman and Hampton Court station.

One of the arguments for objecting was that it said the station would be closed and that we would suffer a knock on effect in TD (parking, etc).

Apologies I meant to keep the flyer so I could post up its contents but I seem to have recycled it with my paper.


Title: Re: Part demolition of Hampton Court Station
Post by: Highways Contact on February 19, 2013, 09:18:27 AM
A great night for commonsense and a bad night for Gladedale. The condition to demolish the canopies was rejected as was the Travel plan which clarifies how traffic will enter and leave the site. They will appeal but there are no guarantees and the appeal process will slow them done by 8-12 weeks at the very least. 


Title: Re: Part demolition of Hampton Court Station
Post by: Keith on February 19, 2013, 09:31:48 AM
Thanks - excellent news.  What happened with the other (TD) applications?


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