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100 AVENUE ROAD

Save Swiss Cottage is crowdfunding for a judicial review into Camden Council’s decision to approve the Construction Management Plan (CMP) for 100 Avenue Road last week.

Opponents of the 100 Avenue Road development suffered a major blow last night as Camden voted through a controversial plan that will funnel seven lorries a day through residential streets in Swiss Cottage.

Altered plans for the controversial development of 100 Avenue Road in Swiss Cottage won’t go before Camden Council’s planning committee – after council officers defied councillors and approved them.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week.

Campaigners against the controversial 100 Avenue Road development have reacted with dismay to news it will go back to a council vote in just two weeks.

Scrutiny is important.

The plans to redevelop 100 Avenue Road hit a bump in the road last night, after a heated Camden Council planning committee meeting saw the Construction Management Plan (CMP) for the Swiss Cottage project rejected.

Despite major reservations put forward by hundreds of residents and campaigners, Camden Council’s Planning Department has just rubber-stamped a massively invasive and downright dangerous Construction Management Plan (CMP) proposed by contractors for Essential Living the developers of the 100 Avenue Road office block.

Following their so called public Construction Management Plan consultation and after hundreds of objections, 100 Avenue Road developers, EL, now propose to extend the period of a minimum of 14 construction vehicle movements per day through the Park, market and Winchester Road.

Reading the objections which have been lodged against the 100 Avenue Road Construction Management Plan, Camden must surely acknowledge that Essential Living’s (EL) claim to have consulted widely with the local community is mendacious.

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