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Wednesday 5 May 2004 10.50pm
Seems to be the case
Thursday 6 May 2004 8.48am
Might Berkeley's latest witness have been Giles Worsley - sometime architecture correspondent for the Daily Telegraph?

He is better known for books and articles bemoaning the demolition of country houses.
Thursday 6 May 2004 2.28pm
Does anyone know when the local residents are going to speak at this inquiry?

Thursday 6 May 2004 3.26pm
At present the local residents have been informed that they will probably be "on stage" on 10th June. Berkeley Homes are putting their case until 14th May then Southwark put their case until 9th June after that it is the turn of "third parties".
Thursday 6 May 2004 4.24pm
If it really is going to be local residents only I will be very interested to see how many turn up...
Thursday 6 May 2004 5.45pm
Anyone who wants to speak at the Inquiry should have turned up on the first day to register their interest. Only about three peolpe did so. I am not sure what the position is if someone wants to speak but was not there on the first day.
Thursday 6 May 2004 5.54pm

When you say third parties does that include English Heriatge and the Tower of London. I would have thought they would require some time for their submissions?

Thursday 6 May 2004 6.16pm
No, English heritage are appearing as witnesses for Southwark probably on 19th may, but Historic Royal Palaces are appearing in their own right probably on 9th June. I have a timetable and have tried to post it on the pottersfields website, but without success. If you like I can e-mail it to anyone who is interested.
Thursday 6 May 2004 11.14pm

Is it not possible to cut & paste the timetable into a post on this forum? If it is not, I've emailed you just in case.
Friday 7 May 2004 8.26am
The timetable is eleven pages long. I don't think it would be appreciated here!! I have forwarded it to you however.
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