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Latest news | 8.2.05 | GreenN8 UDP comment not duly made

Haringey Planning suggest GreenN8 comment was NOT DULY MADE
Please click here to read Harigey letter

24.1.05 | UDP Public Inquiry

Following the Pre Public Inquiry meeting, which took place on the 10th of January 2005, we have received this morning further information, guidelines notes and timetable for the inquiry. To read those document you can click here or download the PDF files:
Covering letter
(96KB)
Guideline notes
(1.1MB)
Timetable
(332KB)

GreenN8 Comment

Over 160 GreenN8 members have submitted the following comment and will present it in a public inquiry which is set to start mid April 2005.

'Once in 10 years’ opportunity to introduce changes to Haringey Planning Guidelines, which will hopefully, ensure and protect what we all value: Green, Clean and Safe Space to live in.

Cranford Way current designation as Defined Employment Area No5.
(DEA 5)
fails to protect a densely populated family oriented neighbourhood from Heavy general industrial uses (B2) , which are not compatible to this location.

SUBJECT:
Cranford Way current designation as Defined Employment Area No5.
(DEA 5)
fails to protect a densely populated family oriented neighbourhood from Heavy general industrial uses (B2) , which are not compatible to this location.

OBJECTION:
Recent planning application to build a concrete batching plant in Cranford Way DEA 5, has demonstrated that Cranford Way current and proposed designation as is:

  • not compatible with this location being so close to houses and schools.
  • and fails to safeguard the quality of life of it’s neighbours, both human and wildlife.

I am very concerned over the designation of Cranford Way, as an Industrial Estate.

Over the years the estate has generated increase in noise and traffic on the edge of tolerable. However combining increased lorry traffic and environmental pollution from a concrete factory or any chemical process plants is wholly inappropriate in this location. Currently such developments could be allowed under B2 uses (heavy/general industry) as part of what DEA’s can include.

Heavy industrial setting in this location is wholly inappropriate.


SUGGESTION:
I Suggest that Cranford Way be allocated a new designation called:
RL- DEA - Residential Location Defined Employment Area

It will include:

  • B1(a) (offices/business)
  • B8 (warehousing/distribution)
  • B1 (c) (light industry) in cases where it pose no adverse impacts on it’s neighbours humans and or wildlife.

It will not include:

  • B2 uses (heavy /general industry) will be unacceptable in  new RL-DEA designation.

The Cranford Way land to be re-designated as RL-DEA given:

  • the residential setting, and it being so close to houses, schools, parkland and play areas
  • the proximity to the local area of nature conservation importance
  • that this reflects the current/recent land use -

    The area has NEVER been used for B2 uses.

To find out more visit
http://www.cartoplus.co.uk/haringey/text/00cont.htm

To contact haringey UDP team
Tel: 020 8489 5223

Email: UDP@haringey.gov.uk

 
 

GreenN8 UDP comment not duly made|8.2.05
Please click here to read Harigey letter

Public Inquiry Documents|24.1.05
To read on line, click here

or download the PDF files:
Covering letter (96KB)
Guideline notes
(1.1MB)
Timetable
(332KB)

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

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