Malvern Court - Object to 2nd Planning Application
By MalvernCourt | Friday, October 19, 2012, 01:16
Residents of Malvern Court on Hook Road have been issued with a second planning application to build additional floor of flats on top of the period property (pictured). The first planning application was rejected by Kingston Council on 6 points including aesthetics, space for waste, parking concerns on local roads, inadequate cycle storage, structural damage.
Malvern Court, Hook Road.
This design once again affects the character of the period property, from the front and back as a 1930s building. These period properties are a key part of Surbiton's character and allure. The property landlord has no intention of adding to a positive contribution to Surbiton or the residents of it's property, which is evident by the lack of consultation with us.
We are asking if you could take just one minute to help support the Residents of Malvern Court object to the planning application on basis of design and character (the council has a Core Strategy Policy (DM11) which asks for high standard of design and a positive contribution to the borough) by clicking here on this link taking you directly to the Kingston Council Comments page
Or you can write an email to email@example.com quoting reference number 12/16520/FUL.
The plans can be viewed on Kingston Councils's website or click here.
We would like to ask for your help once again to object to a beautiful building being defaced and its residents livelihoods being disturbed for the sake of lining a landlords pockets.