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Sunday, 20 November 2016
BE PART OF THE "STOP THE NEWCOMBE HOUSE TOWER" MOVEMENT
THREE things YOU can do to help STOP the proposed Newcombe House Tower development with its 72m 18 storey tower -50% taller than the existing 47m 12 storey
Number 1: JOIN the Hillgate Village Residents’ Association/HVRA TODAY and support our work on this and other issues of concern to our community. Send your name, address, email and phone number, with a cheque made out to the “HVRA” for the annual membership fee of £15 to The Treasurer, HVRA, 8 Peel Street, London, W8 7PD or email your contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you our bank details to make a direct transfer. Please indicate whether you can attend the AGM and Christmas party on 13th December (see below).
Number 2: COME to our first AGM and Christmas Party, 7-9pm, Tuesday 13th December, 2016 at St George’s Church Hall, Aubrey Walk, W8 7JG AGM from 7pm, seasonal drinks & nibbles from 7.30pm. ALL ARE WELCOME, members and non-members – £5 pp on the door to help cover costs and raise money for our fighting fund and you can also join the HVRA on the night. You can turn up on the night but if you can let us know you’ll be coming by emailing us at email@example.com so we can plan numbers that would be appreciated.
Number 3: ATTEND as much of the Appeal Hearing as you can, 10am-4pm daily, 14th-17thFebruary, 2017, The Council Chamber, RBKC Town Hall, Hornton Street. The proposed Newcombe House Tower planning application was rejected by the RBKC Planning Committee in March but the developers are Appealing.The Appeal Hearing will be 10am-4pm daily with a break for lunch.Members of the public are free to attend as little or as much of the Hearing as they can. If opposition to the proposed Tower is confirmed by residents attending the Appeal, it could help subconsciously swing a wavering Inspector in our favour – it’s important to show the Inspector that we care especially if he/she is on the fence!