Monday 20 December 2010 9.38pm
This is currently on the Southwark Council
Website re the (DRAFT) approval of the Girders application:
Draft of Decision Notice
Planning Permission was GRANTED for the following development:
Erection of a work of public art, close to the river and City hall, proposed by the 9/11 London Project Foundation (an educational charity that raises awareness and understanding), comprising steel uprights of between 5m and 8.5m within a pool with lighting.
At: POTTERS FIELD PARK TOOLEY STREET LONDON SE1
Subject to the following condition:
4 The piece of public art approved under this application shall not be installed until the existing sculpture on the site has been removed.
This application has been considered on the basis of this single item of public art in this location. It is not considered that having two pieces of public art, of very different style and character in this part of Potters Field would be appropriate in visual terms, and as such, in accordance with policy 3 13 Urban Design of the adopted Southwark Plan.[/b]
(this presumably refers to the slave.)
(and the Council still does not know how to spell Potters Fields Park