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Tuesday, 19 April 2016

DEVELOPERS ONCE AGAIN THREATEN CHELSEA'S ONLY AWARD WINNING THEATRE: FINBOROUGH THEATRE AT RISK

A FINBOROUGH PRODUCTION
The Director of the Finborough Theatre, Neil McPherson writes....





"We hugely appreciated the support of our many regular patrons and supporters in successfully appealing against a redevelopment proposal that would have threatened the future of the Finborough Theatre. 
McPHERSON
The same application is now up for appeal, and we would greatly appreciate your support in objecting to the Appeal. Objections need to be in by 19th May.

A MUCH LOVED CHELSEA THEATRE
We have the same concerns with the application, as before:
The intensification of residential use above the theatre will lead to noise and vibration disturbing performances.

Also, noise from the theatre, affecting the flats above, could lead to residents seeking Noise Abatement Orders: yet another threat to the theatre's future. 

There are many examples where theatres have had to close or restrict their operations to overcome such problems.
There will also be the impact of the construction work on the theatre’s performance schedule for which no plan is proposed, as well as grave risk to the structural integrity of the building. 
Please object by visiting:
http://www.planningportal.gov.uk/planning/appeals/online/comment and quote PINS' Ref: App/K5600/W/16/3145538

Some, like the old Dame, may find the online objection difficult. If so, please write with 3 copies of your objection, with the above PIN ref, to:
The Planning Inspectorate, Room 3/10a
Temple Quay House, 2, The Square,Bristol BS1 6PN

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  3. Dear Dame
    What is going on?

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    1. The Dame seems to be under some sort of attack

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  4. Nothing that is good and valuable in the borough is safe anymore. If the government is now serious about revealing all that is registered in the British Virgin Islands, will someone – the Dame or an investigative journalist of her ken – be looking at the property trust of an individual, formerly with huge planning powers in K&C, who went from being as poor as a church mouse to wearing Savile Row suits, opening a bank account at Coutts, giving his flat to his son, buying a much grander London home for himself and gifting a newly purchased country cottage to his partner?

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    1. Interesting... Perhaps one of the regular readers will prompt a review or call the SFO?

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    2. Who could it be?

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    3. Maybe they could do a play about it.

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    4. What would it be called.

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    5. Barbarians at the gate (or up town hall)

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    6. Fiddlers on the roof!

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    7. A night at the opera .
      Theres no where else to go.

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    8. The sting!

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    9. Don't look now.

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  5. Is the Holland Park Opera under same threat? If not, IT SHOULD BE..bulldoze it...

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