Algha Works - Fish Island & White Post Lane Conservation Area
Algha Works is London’s finest surviving example of the flat-roofed, multi-storey printing works. With its tall, stallboard lights, deep light wells and distinctive flat roof with ventilation stacks (and other flat-roofed brick structures) the 1908 building is a regionally-important non-designated heritage asset and makes a positive contribution to the character and appearance of the Fish Island & White Post Lane Conservation Area.
We, the undersigned, object to Application No. 16/00102/FUL as the proposed single-storey addition covering most of the flat roof would seriously harm the character and appearance of Algha Works and the conservation area.
We, therefore, ask the London Legacy Development Corporation to refuse this planning application.