Planning Application Appeal

Southwark Council have  köp Viagra 130 mg online utan recept not taken a decision on the planning application to redevelop Champion Hill.  Meadow Residential (the owners of Champion Hill) have now appealed against the failure of the Council to make a decision within the statutory time period. The case has now been referred to the Planning Inspectorate.

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The Planning Inspectorate have advised us that the appeal will take place in December 2017 at Southwark Council’s offices in Tooley Street, London. The Appeal will see both the main planning application and the application to vary the existing Section 106 agreement heard. The Trust will be present at the Appeal and may take part as a third party witness.


Advice on writing to the Planning Inspectorate. Note: the deadline for writing to the Planning Inspectorate has now passed but we’ve left our advice below for reference.

You can read the Trust’s response to the Appeal here

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  • How long have you been coming?
  • What does the Club mean to you?
  • Stress the important role that the Club has played in the community (give your preferred examples), and how this plan will enable this to continue.

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  • DHST is one of the largest, most demographically representative community groups in East Dulwich – over 270 members with 2/3 based in Southwark. We reached a decision based on a fair and democratic vote which returned overwhelming support (94%) for the plans.
  • DHST has informed a number of key changes to the stadium. The latest of which made earlier in 2017 make a significant improvement on the design of the stadium. ez binary What to tell the Planning Inspector:

  • The plans clearly align with the Key Themes and Strategic Policies within binäre optionen tipps tricks Southwark’s Core Strategy 2011, in particular Strategic Policy 4 (Places for learning, enjoyment and healthy lifestyles).
  • The Plans satisfy the policy tests in Policy 7.17 of the corsi opzioni binarie online London Plan 2016 as development should be considered appropriate in supporting the general openness of the land.
  • There are no valid grounds to refuse the application on the loss of open space alone as the proposal meets the very special circumstances for developing on open space as defined by the National Planning Policy Framework.
  • Balance must be reached to allow both the preservation of open space and the development. binäre optionen live chart The sensitive design, coupled with its wider community benefit, plus the need for housing far outweighs the insignificant loss of open space.
  • Paragraph 5.44 of the Southwark Plan, notes specifically a desire to develop a network of inclusive, diverse and flexible community spaces and makes reference to sport centres, community halls and places of worship. The proposed stadium provides an important sporting and social function that is unique in both Dulwich and the wider Southwark area. Champion Hill stadium provides a standard of facilities that may accommodate a team close to the top of the non-professional game – there is currently no other comparable facility in Southwark.
  • The Club serves a major community need, hosting Sunday services for church groups, half-term holiday clubs and private lets for events such as wedding receptions and birthday parties.
  • The proposed redevelopment of Champion Hill offers the best chance to secure the long term sustainability of Dulwich Hamlet Football Club. If the application is approved, then Meadow Residential are committed to putting the Club into fan ownership. It puts the club in the hands of those who love it, and have its best interests at heart – the fans.

You can write to the Planning Inspectorate via their appeals website here. A step-by-step guide is available here or follow the brief instructions below.

Once you have reached this page then go to “search for a case” and type in the following reference number: 3164823 This will take you to the specific appeal page. Click on the “make representation” button in the top right hand corner. Enter your details and follow the steps through to the end and click submit.

You can also send them a letter by writing to the following address:

The Planning Inspectorate
3/10B Eagle Wing, Temple Quay House
2 The Square
Temple Quay
Bristol BS1 6PN

In any correspondence please quote the reference number for the application: come funziona il sistema binario nel trading APP/A5840/W/16/3164823

If you have any problems please don’t hesitate to email us at: and we’ll try and assist.

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Going forward we also encourage you to write to your local ward councillors, MPs and the Mayor of London and tell them why the Club is important to you and the local community and what it stands to lose if the application isn’t approved.

If you’re not sure who your Councillor is then please click here to search, likewise with your MP.

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