OVERDEVELOPMENT AT WHITE CITY
view of Imperial West proposals from Oxford Gardens W10
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AT WHITE CITY
We are fighting several proposals, which are supported by Hammersmith and Fulham Council, for commercially aggressive, energy extravagant, high rise developments in a low rise residential area of West London, extending from the old BBC Worldwide site down to Westfield. The plans would mean;Engulfment by dense urban development like Paddington Basin butA cluster of towers of investor flats, over 30 storeysImpossible strain on local roads and sewers &c andA precedent for high rise development in the surrounding area, along Westway from Wood Lane, through Portobello and Westbourne Green, to Paddington Basin.
Please join us in our fight to have our say in our local environment. We will join you too if you need our support. Please sign below;
To Hammersmith and Fulham council and the Mayor of London
We the undersigned call on you toHalt the plans for excessive commercially driven schemes in the White City areaProperly integrate feedback from the public rather than pay lip service to consultation exercisesPrevent permanent damage to our neighbourhood.
We do not want
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the link to anyone you know who may share these concerns. THANKYOU
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For the Imperial West proposals for the old BBC Worldwide, and to register views with the council directly as well go to
For our background info website go to www.imperialfolly.org.uk.
And to register views with the council directly for the industrial estate south of Westway go to
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