eric's daily blog - a very personal view of the arcadia public inquiry

Arcadia Public Inquiry 2009 | June 21, 2009

At 10:00am on Tuesday 23rd June, 2009 in Ealing Town Hall David Richards an Inspector at the Government’s Planning Inspectorate in Bristol (PINS) will begin conducting a Public Inquiry on the so-called Arcadia Planning Application. The Inquiry is expected to last some three weeks, and a decision is not expected before Winter 2009.

There are at least two organisations speaking in support of the scheme. These are Ealing Council and the developer Glenkerrin. Organisations speaking in opposition to the plans include Save Ealing’s Centre (SEC), Ealing Civic Society (ECS) and town centre Conservation bodies. SEC is an alliance of 26 local residents’ and community groups who are united in promoting appropriate, proportionate and sustainable town centre development.


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4 Comments »

  1. Go, Eric!!!

    Comment by Gillma — June 22, 2009 @ 11:54 am

  2. Thanks, Eric, for generously giving your time to do this. People who know you know you only want the best for Ealing.

    Comment by Allan — June 22, 2009 @ 10:44 pm

  3. GO FOR IT ERIC, PITY IT IS BEING HELD IN BRISTOL, WHY NOT IN EALING?? THE COSTS INVOLVED MUST BE ASTRONOMICAL!!
    PETER

    Comment by Peter Russell-Smith — June 23, 2009 @ 9:19 am

    • Hi Peter the inquiry is being held in Ealing Town Hall not Bristol so if you are free pop in and have a listen for yourself!

      Comment by WEN — June 23, 2009 @ 9:38 am


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A local residents’ group – West Ealing Neighbours (WEN) - Also runs WEN Abundance. We pick unwanted fruit and turn it into juice, cordial, jam and chutney to sell in the local area. All profits are ploughed back into the project. Please email wenabundance@gmail.com If you are interested in volunteering, or have a fruit tree to pick!

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