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Only 1 week left to object Ministry of Sound relocation to residential area

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Friday 6 February 2015 9.00am
Only 1 WEEK LEFT to OBJECT to the MINISTRY OF SOUND nightclub expansion and relocation and to the high rise towers and blocks proposed in development plans for the BOROUGH TRIANGLE (Borough Rd/Southwark Bridge Rd/Newington Causeway)

Plans have been submitted to the council under application number 14/AP/3130. You can see the plans at
For E-forms see 'planning - commenting on a planning application' at

I urge you to object, while you can, as the biggest nightclub in London is going to increase in size and relocate to a residential area, if the plan is approved. The club will be very noisy at antisocial hours with queues in the street, extra traffic, an open air smoking area with music and the surrounding streets busy with shouting etc throughout the night. The development will also have two tall towers of 38 and 32 storeys. The office blocks proposed for the corner are tall and will severely overshadow residents to the north of Borough Road. Many people who will be affected have not been notified and do not realise that the Ministry of Sound will be located in their quiet residential area if it goes through.

NO OBJECTION WILL SEEM AS IF YOU APPROVE so please, dear neighbours, have your say and moderate this development so that it is reasonable and a positive improvement rather than something that will blight the lives of us locals.

James E
Saturday 14 February 2015 12.51am
Update on borough triangle planning objections. There has been an extension. You have til 20th February to lodge your complaint with the council. See original post for details.
Go on, do it, object!
Sunday 1 March 2015 10.04pm
The Council is still interested in hearing from you if you have points to raise about the Borough Triangle Development.

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