The battle over Crossrail 2 in Chelsea is hotting up and it seems that a local Flash'er is busy disturbing the sedate residents of the environs of the splendid Royal Avenue.
If you see this creature please inform the Dame.
There are stories about which may not yet have reached your sensitive ears It concerns a Flash'er recently spotted around Royal Avenue, only just off the King’s Road.
This shameless person has reportedly been exhibiting quite shamelessly in public, with no thought for its impact on more delicately-nurtured and well-brought up neighbours, something you, Dame, being very grand, would find very offensive.
His open support for certain members of our Council and the very few other proponents of Transport for London’s planned Crossrail2 station in Chelsea is disgraceful!
Can it be mere coincidence that the site envisaged for the lavatory block for the workers on one of the proposed station worksites is just across the road from Royal Avenue at the bottom of Jubilee Place?
It seems even more offensive that this same Flash'er is apparently personally responsible for delaying the date of the Annual General Meeting of his Residents’ Association until after January 8th next year: in other words after TfL’s current public consultation closes, in order to avoid the members’ inevitable vote against the Crossrail station being made public .
Yours in shock