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More more London

This week, More London are at it again, with two planning applications.

First one, 09-AP-2860, is for display of internally illuminated fascia sign, an externally illuminated projecting sign and an internally illuminated internal sign to building. Objections (quoting the application reference number to be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Second one, 09-AP-2578, for installation of new first floor mezzanine to existing restaurant, providing additional restaurant (Class A3) accommodation. No external alterations. Objections (quoting the application reference number to be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

We urge you to object to both of them, and any other More London applications for as long as they do not make any considerations for cyclists.

Deadline for both applications is 31st January 2010.

Burgess Park

Plans for Burgess Park and the surrounding area still include the 'vision' for 10, 15 and 20 storey buildings. Burgess Park Action Group will have a deputation to Southwak Council this Wednesday, January 27th at 7pm to request the council not to pass a motion removing the ban on high rise buildings on the northern boundary of Burgess Park. The council proposes to replace the current Aylesbury Estate with even higher skyscrapers along almost the entire Albany Road boundary of the park.

The proposal is to allow a 10, 15 and 20 storey wall of bulidings along Albany Road and to remove the current set back, grass and trees along the northern side of Albany Road.

The deputation is protesting that this will turn the park into an oppressive enclosed space, instead of the precious open space promised by the Abercrombie Plan.

An independent consultant has calculated that the combined Aylesbury/Elephant projects will emit an extra one million tonnes of CO2. This is the equivalent of nearly two whole years of emissoins from every single household in Southwark.

If you can attend the Council Assembly meeting and show your support, Burgess Park Action Group would really appreciate it.

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