Olympic Planning Application

Mark mark at tlio.org.uk
Mon Feb 5 21:13:08 GMT 2007

sent to the Games Monitor email list earlier today:

The Olympic Planning application is now out. Objectors have until 19th
March to respond which is longer than the usual three weeks.

Applications available at

Bow Idea Store, 1 Gladstone Place, Roman Road, E3

Hackney Library, 1 Reading Lane, E8

Stratford Library, 3 the Grove, E15

Walthamstow Central Library, High St, E17

or at

ODA planning decisions team, Unit A, 11 Burford Road, E15  phone 020
8430 6020

www.london2012.com/planning <http://www.london2012.com/planning>  click
on planning register

There are three applications

Olympic, Paralympic and Legacy Transformation planning applications:
site preparation planning application

Olympic, Paralympic and Legacy Transformation planning applications:
Facilities and their Legacy Transformation Planning Application

The Olympic Village (part) and Legacy Residential Planning Application

Julian cheyne wrote:
Further to the email below I have now had an extraordinary phone
conversation with Vivienne Ramsey, Head of Planning Decisions, telling
me that the documents have not yet been delivered to the ODA decisions
team and therefore not available. They are expected later today! This
will apparently take several days. The notice put out by the ODA says
the documents 'are' available. Ms Ramsey said the ODA has been got ahead
of itself! She also suggested (presumably because I write or email them)
I should know the procedure whereby applicants put in their applications
and this takes time for the authority to make them available. In fact I
have no idea how these procedures work, especially when dealing with an
organisation like the ODA which has different heads, one of which puts
out statements of what is available which are not true.

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