ePetition details

Petition against 5-6 Firs Walk Road, Northwood - Application ref: 30837/APP/2021/2577

We the undersigned petition Hillingdon Council to Refuse the detailed proposals for the over development of 5 and 6 Firs Walk - ref: 30837/APP/2021/2577

Gavacan Homes have submitted these detailed plans for the over development of this site. The proposals show three houses of significantly more bulk than those suggested in the outline permission, and correspondingly smaller outside space. They also show woefully inadequate parking and turning amenities which will be to the detriment of existing dwellings in Foxdell. The proposed design will not at all be in keeping with the existing houses in the vicinity. For these reasons we urge the council to refuse this application and send the applicant back to the drawing board.

On reaching 20 signatures it may be considered in conjunction with the relevant live planning application at an upcoming Committee meeting. The Council's Democratic Services Team will be in touch with the lead petitioner to advise and take this petition forward accordingly.

This ePetition ran from 20/07/2021 to 01/09/2021 and has now finished.

40 people signed this ePetition.

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