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BOW WHARF APPLICATIONS GO BACK TO COMMITTEE 17 JULY

 

BOW WHARF NEWSFLASH

 

The officers' reasons for refusal the Bow Wharf applications for residential development will be discussed at the 
 
DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEETING
 
WEDNESDAY 17 JULY 2013 AT 5.30
 
Bow Wharf is the first item on the agenda, and as this is the last crucial stage in the decision-making process, we all need to be in the public gallery holding up our SAVE BOW WHARF A4s. 
 
PLEASE MEET IN THE FOYER AT 5.15.
 
As you will see from the official reasons for refusal (click here), the officers have drawn up their own reasons for refusal.  As the officers are still recommending approval and a lot can happen in a month, we have to be there on the 17th to do what we can to make sure that this committee does not change its mind, like the last committee did at the reasons-for-refusal-meeting.
 
Our presence in the gallery really made a difference at the June meeting (click here for newsletter report on meeting), so even more of us need to be there on the 17th so the councillors know that they are making the right decision.
 
Should your holiday plans prevent attendance, please ask friends/neighbours to go in your place.
 
Please encourage as many residents and others to attend.
 
Tom Ridge 
for and on behalf of
eewg logo   East End Waterway Group
PATRON JIM FITZPATRICK MP POPLAR AND LIMEHOUSE
Local residents, schools, community groups, amenity societies and businesses working with Canal and British Waterways, Tower Hamlets Council and others for the protection and beneficial use of the six mile waterway ‘ring’, its historic buildings, structures and habitats.

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