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Is there any wonder there’s a housing shortage when people like James Brokenshire are in charge?

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It is very sad to see Paul Finch flogging what we hope is a very dead horse that should be finally buried forever - one can but question his motives for doing so now. Is this not-so-subtle PR relating to a further appeal? The Inspector's incredible decision to support this horrendous and very 'bling' design went against the opinion of every stakeholder bar the developer and his team. For once the Secretary of State stood up for London's heritage and for local communities - for this we are grateful. The Chiswick Curve would have damaged forever views from Kew Gardens ( a World Heritage site) and from the river, not to mention a large number of residential Conservation area streets. Sad to see that despite the devastation of the dozens of new disastrously bad towers being built across our city, too many that should know better are still not admitting to this crass over-development being a colossal mistake. Barbara Weiss Skyline Campaign

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2 October, 2019

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10:00 am

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