Objections to LDA application
 22 February 2008

Many people wish to inform Bromley Council that they object to the housing proposals in the LDA’s Masterplan outline planning application for Crystal Palace Park, reference numbers: DC/07/03897/OUT and DC/07/03906/CAC.

The deadline for response to this application is 11th March 2008 according to site notices posted around the Park, however Bromley has agreed to accept late submissions but these might not be included in the Officer’s report to the planning committee members.

The CPCA has produced a standard letter that anyone may use or adapt to incorporate their own comments. Just download the letter, add your own name and address, date, sign and post to:

Bob McQuillan
Acting Chief Planner
London Borough of Bromley
Civic Centre
Stockwell Close, Bromley BR1 3UH

or email to planning@bromley.gov.uk

Cite the reference numbers on all letters or emails. We would be grateful to receive a copy of your objection letter for our reference.

For those who wish to write their own letter we have provided additional grounds for objection, arranged under topics to download or View Here

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