It seems that Four Communications are trying to arrange for the developers lights consultant to survey the properties that are affected by the proposed and now refused development.
Please bare in mind that this consultant is working and being paid by the developer. It is his job to produce a report that supports the developer's proposal and not to look after the tenants interest. The lighting consultant told me a few months ago that they do not require access to properties to assess the impact - so the move by the developer to arrange such meetings is intriguing..
I suggest that those of us who are concerned about the implication of the development on the right of light get a lighting consultant that will represent us (and will obviously be paid by us)
The Planning Application was refused on 21 January. I discovered this on 24th and immediately put a message on that link - and was surprised that only 1 person commented.
I was unaware that the lighting consultant is paid for by the developer. He finlly visited me on Tuesday, after a lot of chasing, and no response to my emails after their original contact, last November.
He was charming and made a detailed diagram of my windows, measuring my bedroom and sitting room - I am in Hestia House, overlooking Recall.
What kind of cost are we looking at to have an independent report?