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Feedback from June meeting of Sutton Local Committee

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 11 June, 2018

Another good Local Committee meeting with plenty of discussion with community representatives and local residents. Alison Navarro told us about the work of Community Action Sutton (formerly Sutton CVS).  They provide support and advice to local community groups and charities.  So if any of you are involved with local groups which need a bit of advice with […]

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Prince Regent application refused

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 18 April, 2018

Sutton Council has refused the planning application (no B2017/78658) to develop the Prince Regent site into a six storey block of flats.  Cllr Steve Penneck had de-delegated the application, meaning that it would be referred to the Planning Committee for decision if needed but given the decision to refuse, that is no longer necessary. Planning Committee […]

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New planning application for flats on the Prince Regent site

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 5 February, 2018

A new planning application (No: B2017/78658) has been received by the Council to redevelop on the Prince Regent site, opposite Sutton Green.  The proposal is for the demolition of the existing former public house at 342-346 High Street and erection of a six storey (plus basement) building to provide 154 square metres of flexible A1/A2/A3 […]

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Prince Regent ‘Locally listed’

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 31 March, 2017

Sutton Council’s Housing, Economy and Business Committee agreed on 21 March to grant the Prince Regent ‘locally listed’ status. The report considered by Committee noted that the property was originally a row of late 18th or 19th Century cottages. They were of a vernacular design with horizontal timber cladding and sash windows. In the early […]

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Planning refused for Prince Regent site

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 6 March, 2017

We are pleased to be able to report that planning application to develop the Prince Regent site has been turned down.  The proposal was for a 6 to 8 storey building with basement to provide 41 flats (9 x one-bed; 20 x two-bed; and 2 x three-bed).  The decision from the Council can be accessed here. […]

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Flats proposed for Prince Regent site

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 14 December, 2016

A planning application has been received to demolish the Prince Regent pub and build a 9 storey block of flats. Residents will recall that last month the Government de-listed the Prince Regent Pub clearing the way for the pub to be demolished and redeveloped.  The planning application follows on from the exhibition held by the […]

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Proposal for pedestrian safety improvement at Angel Hill Junction

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 3 December, 2016

The Council has secured  funding from Transport for London to carry out improvements to the Angel Hill Junction (junction with All Saints Road and Sutton Common Road).  Residents had told Councillors about the lack of pedestrian facilities at the Angel Hill junction.  All Saints (Benhilton) School was also concerned about the safety of parents with […]

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Plans to de-list Prince Regent Pub

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 19 August, 2016

Following a consultation with residents in the Sutton Green area, your local councillors have sent a response to Historic England to de-list this pub, part of which was built in the early 19th century and is a grade II listed building. Our submission is here. The pub was formerly called the Cricketers, and dates from the […]

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Parking will be suspended on Wednesday 6 July in: Benhilton Gardens    – Even number side of Road, Hunting Gate Mews    – Both sides of Entrance, and Hallmead Road    – Even number side of Road And on Monday 11th July in: Benhilton Gardens        – odd number side of Road and Hallmead Gardens  – odd number […]

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Talking to residents in Hallmead Road

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 25 January, 2016

We were out on Sunday talking to people in Hallmead Road.  Thanks to all who took time to talk to us. We are conscious that the parking problem has got more challenging and one or two of you told us about access ways being blocked.  If this happens the phone number to call is 020 8661 […]

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