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Durham Market Place

17 Signatures Goal: 100

THE CITY OF DURHAM TRUST APPEAL TO REPLACE OUR RESTORED HORSE TO ITS HISTORIC POSITION Durham City Vision has lodged a planning application (4/09/00533/LB) to re-site the Lord Londonderry statue at the top end of the Market Place in order to make more space for events. The City of Durham Trust approves of several aspects of the Heart of the City Regeneration project, but objects to the proposal to re-site the Statue on the following grounds: In terms of history, architecture and alignment the Equestrian Statue forms a mid-19th century grouping of three listed structures along with the Town Hall and St Nicholas Church. The Statue is the heart of the square. It plays a pivotal role, giving coherence to the Market Place, and is a popular meeting point. The Statue is the focal point from all three entrances to the Market Place. The proposed new site will leave the tall Statue side-lined, a bystander looking down over a barren Market Place for most of the time, except when events are taking place. If you agree, the Trust invites you to sign this Petition. Any submission must be in by xxth July. If you prefer, print this page, sign it, givng your postal address,and return it to any Trustee or to the Hon Sec, c/o Blackett, Hart and Pratt LLP, Kepier House, Belmont Business Park, Durham, DH1 1TW. TIME IS SHORT: PLEASE ACT AT ONCE!

Sponsor

THE CITY OF DURHAM TRUST

Links

http://publicaccess.durhamcity.gov.uk/publicaccess/tdc/DcApplication/application_detailview.aspxcaseno=KMIGKRBN02O00&searchtype=WEEKLY

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Signatures

  • 2 years ago
    Nancy Roussy Canada
    2 years ago
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    mandy adamson United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    Danny simpson United Kingdom
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    Holly Watson United Kingdom
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    Arnold Simpson United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    June Simpson United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    Amy Watson United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    Nick Carre United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    G Carre United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    Steven Browne United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    mg dovey United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    Richard Beaty United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    Michael Fryer United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    Val Fryer United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    Lynn Gibson United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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