Andy Ross wrote:Just out of interest - would it be possible to view these plans? I understand a pathway as an option, I just don't see how it would work. Thanks.The local TRA employed BOST to draw up plans to allow a pathway around the perimeter, but these were dismissed by the school!!
Andy Ross wrote:Thank you, that would be great.The BOST plans had an initial idea of a curving pathway through the grounds, but the more recent acceptable plan, was to have a boundary and a pathway around the boarder, similar too St Joseph's.
I'll scan the original BOST plans and an amended plan which is more suitable for all concerned
godot wrote:That pedestrian access issue was concluded in 2004 http://planningonline.southwarksites.com/planningonline2/DocsOnline/Documents/54163_1.pdf - see the report of the planning history therein. And I understand that access via a perimeter fence was something that police objected to - not the school.
Tabularasa wrote:Do you have any proof for that?@ Godot
Mrs Owens pulling a few strings and getting the Then deputy-mayor Ian Clement ...to completely disregard the planing process and the objections of people who live and actually own businesses in the area?
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