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PJ
Wednesday 14 May 2008 1.19pm
Why does it say on the Elephant and Castle website on 27th of December that this project is underway when in actual fact it is delayed pending final permission.

Another example of the pr puffery and out right lies concerning regeneration at Elephant which will obviously be mired for years in delays.
Wednesday 8 October 2008 11.18am
A revised application has been submitted for the Oakmayne Plaza scheme adding more residential units and reconfiguring some of the retail space. The cinema is also changed from 6 screens to 4, though I'm not clear if that is a reduction in space or just a different way of carving up the same space.

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PJ
Tuesday 14 October 2008 6.03am
I thought that Oakmayne went back to the planners at the end of last year?? So this development is now over 18 months behind original schedule?
Tuesday 14 October 2008 8.38am
Yes, they have planning permission for the second application.

This is the third planning application now.

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Tuesday 14 October 2008 1.16pm
They should really take the "Commencing 2007" signs off the hoardings.....
PJ
Tuesday 14 October 2008 5.32pm
Yes the 2007 signs are symptomatic of the genearl development malaise at E&C.
Wednesday 26 November 2008 11.35am
The revised Oakmayne Plaza scheme goes to planning committee next week.

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Thursday 4 December 2008 2.23pm
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Not much prospect of any work starting till September 09.

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Wednesday 25 February 2009 12.05pm
As a former resident of the Heygate (or as my friends described it Bierut) who was driven to suicidal depths of despair in trying to get into social housing. I read with utter dismay that this development will not include a social housing element, hotels, cinemas yet another supermarket are we blind to the fact that people need housing or is this simply going to be another way of making the very few obscenely wealthy at the expense of the people who run London, I would say that a minimum 40% affordable rental housing within this development is a must.
Monday 19 October 2009 11.58am
I notice the 'commencing 2009' text has been removed from the hoardings round the site

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