Watford health campus: plans for 750 new homes, a new hotel and space for hospital buildings submitted

Watford Observer: Watford health campus: plans for 750 new homes, a new hotel and space for hospital buildings submitted Watford health campus: plans for 750 new homes, a new hotel and space for hospital buildings submitted

Plans have been submitted for the Watford health campus, which include up to 750 new homes, a new hotel and space for hospital buildings.

Watford Council and developer Kier put the proposals forward for planning process this week, giving a more detailed look at the project.

The proposals, which are submitted for outline permission, earmark space for new hospital development, with healthcare accommodation, and plan to build 681 new homes, a hotel, offices, retail outlets, and leisure facilities.

The application seeks to allocate land for the expansion of Laurance Haines Primary School, in Vicarage Road.

Proposals submitted for the redevelopment of Farm Terrace allotment land show it would used for up 69 homes, community space, car parking, the access road, and the new hospital buildings.

Uncertainty still hangs over the use of the allotment land as plot holders are in the process of mounting a legal challenge to the Government’s permission for it to be used in the scheme.

Today, developers Kier said that the health campus had been designed to "create a first class vision" for West Watford.

Phil Woods, from Kier Project Investments Limited, a partner in the Watford health campus Partnership LLP, said: "The Watford health campus partners are delighted to have submitted the planning applications.

"The masterplan vision reflects concepts and ideas received from stakeholders, the public and partners, since the project was conceived over ten years ago. The project team has worked hard to meet the partners' ambitions for the scheme and create a first class vision for the area. 

"There has been considerable support shown for the Watford health campus for many years and we firmly believe West Watford will benefit considerably from the scheme".

The latest development comes after the plans for a new access road to the hospital from Dalton Way were agreed in December. Work on the new road is due to start towards the end of this year and will take around 18 months to complete.

Click here to comment for or against the development of Farm Terrace Allotments.

 

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11:34am Thu 10 Apr 14

RadioactiveRant says...

Why is it so hard to find the details of this scheme on the Planning Portal? You'd think it'd be linked directly from the councils planning page given its one of the most significant developments in the area.

Could the housing/parking development thats occurring on the allotments not be shifted on to the existing hospital plot once a new hospital is built? That part of the site has a precedent for high density development so could be used for potentially thousands of new homes.
Why is it so hard to find the details of this scheme on the Planning Portal? You'd think it'd be linked directly from the councils planning page given its one of the most significant developments in the area. Could the housing/parking development thats occurring on the allotments not be shifted on to the existing hospital plot once a new hospital is built? That part of the site has a precedent for high density development so could be used for potentially thousands of new homes. RadioactiveRant
  • Score: 9

11:36am Thu 10 Apr 14

E.Coli says...

The plans include a plot for a eight by ten foot shed which will replace Watford General Hospital.
The plans include a plot for a eight by ten foot shed which will replace Watford General Hospital. E.Coli
  • Score: 18

12:06pm Thu 10 Apr 14

ED12 says...

This is such a con. The council will say that the residents want a new hospital which we do, but this scheme is not about a new hospital it's about 750 homes. But Watford is full and where is the next new school going to be built for the children who may live in these 750 homes.

The council and the NHS trust both say that they don't know what shape or size the new hospital will take so how on earth can the developers leave a space for something that they don't know the size of.

Inaddition to the above the struggling NHS trust is being saddled with a loan to help pay for a road to a hospital which may never be built but 750 homes and a hotel will benefit from.
This is such a con. The council will say that the residents want a new hospital which we do, but this scheme is not about a new hospital it's about 750 homes. But Watford is full and where is the next new school going to be built for the children who may live in these 750 homes. The council and the NHS trust both say that they don't know what shape or size the new hospital will take so how on earth can the developers leave a space for something that they don't know the size of. Inaddition to the above the struggling NHS trust is being saddled with a loan to help pay for a road to a hospital which may never be built but 750 homes and a hotel will benefit from. ED12
  • Score: 15

12:08pm Thu 10 Apr 14

Cuetip says...

E.Coli wrote:
The plans include a plot for a eight by ten foot shed which will replace Watford General Hospital.
Did you use a microscope?
[quote][p][bold]E.Coli[/bold] wrote: The plans include a plot for a eight by ten foot shed which will replace Watford General Hospital.[/p][/quote]Did you use a microscope? Cuetip
  • Score: 10

12:13pm Thu 10 Apr 14

Phil Cox - UKIP Mayoral candidate for Watford says...

"...earmark space for new hospital development"

the missing word is "a".

Is there room for a new hospital as was promised or just some new hospital buildings?

Watford needs a new hospital. This development may well stop that from happening by not leaving enough space. The Mayors' drive for housing and profit does not take into account the future needs of the people of this town. Yes I know we need more homes, but we also need a new hospital and I think she's forgotten that.

LibDEm short-termism will come back to bite this town in the backside. This Mayor needs to go and be replaced by someone with some common sense and a vision for the town that will make it a better place to live and with a new hospital to serve its growing population.

Why do we need a hotel there? Would allotments not be a better use of the land?

This whole scheme is a mess of the Mayors own making and it needs sorting out in an open and honest way. That's not going to happen unless we get a new Mayor on May 22nd!
"...earmark space for new hospital development" the missing word is "a". Is there room for a new hospital as was promised or just some new hospital buildings? Watford needs a new hospital. This development may well stop that from happening by not leaving enough space. The Mayors' drive for housing and profit does not take into account the future needs of the people of this town. Yes I know we need more homes, but we also need a new hospital and I think she's forgotten that. LibDEm short-termism will come back to bite this town in the backside. This Mayor needs to go and be replaced by someone with some common sense and a vision for the town that will make it a better place to live and with a new hospital to serve its growing population. Why do we need a hotel there? Would allotments not be a better use of the land? This whole scheme is a mess of the Mayors own making and it needs sorting out in an open and honest way. That's not going to happen unless we get a new Mayor on May 22nd! Phil Cox - UKIP Mayoral candidate for Watford
  • Score: 7

12:56pm Thu 10 Apr 14

Andrew1963 says...

Such a load of cynics on here. Surely everyone knows a Health campus would include a hotel, multi storey car park for employees, large surface car park for Watford FC players; owners and their corporate customers; retail units are a must for any improved hospital experience. And of course with the closure of the entrance to Watford General from Vicarage Road - everyone with a medical emergency from the Cassiobury estate or Croxlety Green will enjoy the benefits of more time in the ambulance, as it travels via the Town Hall (no doubrt with the Mayor giving a cheery wave), around the ring road, past Tesco, B&Q through Oxhey Park and finally into the A&E. And of course with 750 new homes on their doorstep, the residents of Cardiff Road will enjoy the benefit if thousands of additional car trips for the residents and visitors iof these new homes, all queuing up at the traffic lights to turn onto Wiggenhall Road.
Such a load of cynics on here. Surely everyone knows a Health campus would include a hotel, multi storey car park for employees, large surface car park for Watford FC players; owners and their corporate customers; retail units are a must for any improved hospital experience. And of course with the closure of the entrance to Watford General from Vicarage Road - everyone with a medical emergency from the Cassiobury estate or Croxlety Green will enjoy the benefits of more time in the ambulance, as it travels via the Town Hall (no doubrt with the Mayor giving a cheery wave), around the ring road, past Tesco, B&Q through Oxhey Park and finally into the A&E. And of course with 750 new homes on their doorstep, the residents of Cardiff Road will enjoy the benefit if thousands of additional car trips for the residents and visitors iof these new homes, all queuing up at the traffic lights to turn onto Wiggenhall Road. Andrew1963
  • Score: 25

1:31pm Thu 10 Apr 14

bushey10 says...

This should be reject as it's a development site for houses and not a health campus - just ask what new buildings or medical services is the hospital getting ?

A complete con as the hospital gets NO much needed new buildings

The mayor as the prime promotor needs to be voted out along with local Councillors who support this appalling scheme.

Local residents stand up and say you want new building and medical services at the Hospital not just houses and a road.
This should be reject as it's a development site for houses and not a health campus - just ask what new buildings or medical services is the hospital getting ? A complete con as the hospital gets NO much needed new buildings The mayor as the prime promotor needs to be voted out along with local Councillors who support this appalling scheme. Local residents stand up and say you want new building and medical services at the Hospital not just houses and a road. bushey10
  • Score: 12

1:32pm Thu 10 Apr 14

Watfordengineer says...

I'm totally shocked about the lack of specified Hospital space. However I don't think it is the local councils fault. I would have thought the extent of the Hospital and its buildings should have been decided by the trust by now. and I get the impression they are dragging their heels and being non committal on what they want or need.
That said the original plan I remember was to build a new hospital then convert the old one to housing.
I'm totally shocked about the lack of specified Hospital space. However I don't think it is the local councils fault. I would have thought the extent of the Hospital and its buildings should have been decided by the trust by now. and I get the impression they are dragging their heels and being non committal on what they want or need. That said the original plan I remember was to build a new hospital then convert the old one to housing. Watfordengineer
  • Score: 7

1:37pm Thu 10 Apr 14

ramage1996 says...

With the new jobs and the redevelopment of west Watford as well as the new Vicarage Road underground station this is great news for Watford.

West Watford is one of the poorest parts of Hertfordshire, it needs redevelopment, those against this scheme like the Ukip candidate and his election agent are just chancers trying to pick up votes.
With the new jobs and the redevelopment of west Watford as well as the new Vicarage Road underground station this is great news for Watford. West Watford is one of the poorest parts of Hertfordshire, it needs redevelopment, those against this scheme like the Ukip candidate and his election agent are just chancers trying to pick up votes. ramage1996
  • Score: -28

1:39pm Thu 10 Apr 14

Phil Cox - UKIP Mayoral candidate for Watford says...

Andrew1963 wrote:
Such a load of cynics on here. Surely everyone knows a Health campus would include a hotel, multi storey car park for employees, large surface car park for Watford FC players; owners and their corporate customers; retail units are a must for any improved hospital experience. And of course with the closure of the entrance to Watford General from Vicarage Road - everyone with a medical emergency from the Cassiobury estate or Croxlety Green will enjoy the benefits of more time in the ambulance, as it travels via the Town Hall (no doubrt with the Mayor giving a cheery wave), around the ring road, past Tesco, B&Q through Oxhey Park and finally into the A&E. And of course with 750 new homes on their doorstep, the residents of Cardiff Road will enjoy the benefit if thousands of additional car trips for the residents and visitors iof these new homes, all queuing up at the traffic lights to turn onto Wiggenhall Road.
I suppose that's what the LibDems would call a win-win, plus of course they get half the profits from the development.

Actually, the LibDems don't get the money directly, the Council does, but it's so hard to tell nowadays where one ends and the other one starts.

Well said Andrew.
[quote][p][bold]Andrew1963[/bold] wrote: Such a load of cynics on here. Surely everyone knows a Health campus would include a hotel, multi storey car park for employees, large surface car park for Watford FC players; owners and their corporate customers; retail units are a must for any improved hospital experience. And of course with the closure of the entrance to Watford General from Vicarage Road - everyone with a medical emergency from the Cassiobury estate or Croxlety Green will enjoy the benefits of more time in the ambulance, as it travels via the Town Hall (no doubrt with the Mayor giving a cheery wave), around the ring road, past Tesco, B&Q through Oxhey Park and finally into the A&E. And of course with 750 new homes on their doorstep, the residents of Cardiff Road will enjoy the benefit if thousands of additional car trips for the residents and visitors iof these new homes, all queuing up at the traffic lights to turn onto Wiggenhall Road.[/p][/quote]I suppose that's what the LibDems would call a win-win, plus of course they get half the profits from the development. Actually, the LibDems don't get the money directly, the Council does, but it's so hard to tell nowadays where one ends and the other one starts. Well said Andrew. Phil Cox - UKIP Mayoral candidate for Watford
  • Score: 9

1:46pm Thu 10 Apr 14

Phil Cox - UKIP Mayoral candidate for Watford says...

ramage1996 wrote:
With the new jobs and the redevelopment of west Watford as well as the new Vicarage Road underground station this is great news for Watford.

West Watford is one of the poorest parts of Hertfordshire, it needs redevelopment, those against this scheme like the Ukip candidate and his election agent are just chancers trying to pick up votes.
Some people have principles. Get used to it.

Building on the allotments is wrong. It should be a last resort, not a first resort.

Building the houses before building the hospital is wrong. A new hospital should be built first and we should reserve sufficient land for any new hospital to be built there.

West Watford is one of the most densely populated areas of Hertfordshire. What it does not need is overdevelopment and more traffic.

Those LibDems like Ramage are a danger to the future of Watford. They must be removed from council.

What Watford needs is a UKUP Mayor and UKIP (and Labour) councillors to sort this mess out.

It's clear the LibDems and Conservatives are not to be trusted in watford, particularly when it comes to overdevelopment and hospitals.

Vote UKIP, get UKIP.
[quote][p][bold]ramage1996[/bold] wrote: With the new jobs and the redevelopment of west Watford as well as the new Vicarage Road underground station this is great news for Watford. West Watford is one of the poorest parts of Hertfordshire, it needs redevelopment, those against this scheme like the Ukip candidate and his election agent are just chancers trying to pick up votes.[/p][/quote]Some people have principles. Get used to it. Building on the allotments is wrong. It should be a last resort, not a first resort. Building the houses before building the hospital is wrong. A new hospital should be built first and we should reserve sufficient land for any new hospital to be built there. West Watford is one of the most densely populated areas of Hertfordshire. What it does not need is overdevelopment and more traffic. Those LibDems like Ramage are a danger to the future of Watford. They must be removed from council. What Watford needs is a UKUP Mayor and UKIP (and Labour) councillors to sort this mess out. It's clear the LibDems and Conservatives are not to be trusted in watford, particularly when it comes to overdevelopment and hospitals. Vote UKIP, get UKIP. Phil Cox - UKIP Mayoral candidate for Watford
  • Score: 12

2:18pm Thu 10 Apr 14

enlightened one says...

Brace yourselves for another gazillion contributions by ukip Phil and his head cheerleader.

Yaaaaawwwwwnnnnnnnn
Brace yourselves for another gazillion contributions by ukip Phil and his head cheerleader. Yaaaaawwwwwnnnnnnnn enlightened one
  • Score: -5

2:27pm Thu 10 Apr 14

croxley46 says...

Why on earth is it called "The HEALTH Campus" ? It's no such thing.
Is there ANYTHING in the plans to improve the hospital?
No doubt dotty Dorothy will push these plans through for approval BEFORE the Mayoral elections.
Disgraceful.
Why on earth is it called "The HEALTH Campus" ? It's no such thing. Is there ANYTHING in the plans to improve the hospital? No doubt dotty Dorothy will push these plans through for approval BEFORE the Mayoral elections. Disgraceful. croxley46
  • Score: 18

3:12pm Thu 10 Apr 14

not a regular says...

croxley46 wrote:
Why on earth is it called "The HEALTH Campus" ? It's no such thing. Is there ANYTHING in the plans to improve the hospital? No doubt dotty Dorothy will push these plans through for approval BEFORE the Mayoral elections. Disgraceful.
It's a typo. Meant to say "stealth campus".
[quote][p][bold]croxley46[/bold] wrote: Why on earth is it called "The HEALTH Campus" ? It's no such thing. Is there ANYTHING in the plans to improve the hospital? No doubt dotty Dorothy will push these plans through for approval BEFORE the Mayoral elections. Disgraceful.[/p][/quote]It's a typo. Meant to say "stealth campus". not a regular
  • Score: 11

3:31pm Thu 10 Apr 14

RadioactiveRant says...

Watfordengineer wrote:
I'm totally shocked about the lack of specified Hospital space. However I don't think it is the local councils fault. I would have thought the extent of the Hospital and its buildings should have been decided by the trust by now. and I get the impression they are dragging their heels and being non committal on what they want or need.
That said the original plan I remember was to build a new hospital then convert the old one to housing.
Likewise very suprised at the lack of land allocated to health in this "health campus". Its the sort of shady branding you'd expect from a ruthless developer but the fact this has been backed to the full by Dotty *could* lead you to conclusions about her motive.

I've got no problem with the poorly used hospital carparking areas and derelict industrial areas being developed with a mix of employment creating space and high density housing but strapping "health campus" on to plans to build on allotments against the wishes of residents is nothing short of scandelous. Theres no obvious gain from improved health facilities, and the local Irish community have already lost their community centre to this badly thought out and deceptive scheme, the greenfingers shouldn't lose their space too.
[quote][p][bold]Watfordengineer[/bold] wrote: I'm totally shocked about the lack of specified Hospital space. However I don't think it is the local councils fault. I would have thought the extent of the Hospital and its buildings should have been decided by the trust by now. and I get the impression they are dragging their heels and being non committal on what they want or need. That said the original plan I remember was to build a new hospital then convert the old one to housing.[/p][/quote]Likewise very suprised at the lack of land allocated to health in this "health campus". Its the sort of shady branding you'd expect from a ruthless developer but the fact this has been backed to the full by Dotty *could* lead you to conclusions about her motive. I've got no problem with the poorly used hospital carparking areas and derelict industrial areas being developed with a mix of employment creating space and high density housing but strapping "health campus" on to plans to build on allotments against the wishes of residents is nothing short of scandelous. Theres no obvious gain from improved health facilities, and the local Irish community have already lost their community centre to this badly thought out and deceptive scheme, the greenfingers shouldn't lose their space too. RadioactiveRant
  • Score: 6

3:31pm Thu 10 Apr 14

ramage1996 says...

Phil Cox - UKIP Mayoral candidate for Watford wrote:
ramage1996 wrote:
With the new jobs and the redevelopment of west Watford as well as the new Vicarage Road underground station this is great news for Watford.

West Watford is one of the poorest parts of Hertfordshire, it needs redevelopment, those against this scheme like the Ukip candidate and his election agent are just chancers trying to pick up votes.
Some people have principles. Get used to it.

Building on the allotments is wrong. It should be a last resort, not a first resort.

Building the houses before building the hospital is wrong. A new hospital should be built first and we should reserve sufficient land for any new hospital to be built there.

West Watford is one of the most densely populated areas of Hertfordshire. What it does not need is overdevelopment and more traffic.

Those LibDems like Ramage are a danger to the future of Watford. They must be removed from council.

What Watford needs is a UKUP Mayor and UKIP (and Labour) councillors to sort this mess out.

It's clear the LibDems and Conservatives are not to be trusted in watford, particularly when it comes to overdevelopment and hospitals.

Vote UKIP, get UKIP.
If you lose the election for mayor will you post on here?
[quote][p][bold]Phil Cox - UKIP Mayoral candidate for Watford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ramage1996[/bold] wrote: With the new jobs and the redevelopment of west Watford as well as the new Vicarage Road underground station this is great news for Watford. West Watford is one of the poorest parts of Hertfordshire, it needs redevelopment, those against this scheme like the Ukip candidate and his election agent are just chancers trying to pick up votes.[/p][/quote]Some people have principles. Get used to it. Building on the allotments is wrong. It should be a last resort, not a first resort. Building the houses before building the hospital is wrong. A new hospital should be built first and we should reserve sufficient land for any new hospital to be built there. West Watford is one of the most densely populated areas of Hertfordshire. What it does not need is overdevelopment and more traffic. Those LibDems like Ramage are a danger to the future of Watford. They must be removed from council. What Watford needs is a UKUP Mayor and UKIP (and Labour) councillors to sort this mess out. It's clear the LibDems and Conservatives are not to be trusted in watford, particularly when it comes to overdevelopment and hospitals. Vote UKIP, get UKIP.[/p][/quote]If you lose the election for mayor will you post on here? ramage1996
  • Score: -1

3:32pm Thu 10 Apr 14

TRT says...

Well you can see the planning application, but the documents are failing to download.
Well you can see the planning application, but the documents are failing to download. TRT
  • Score: 5

4:02pm Thu 10 Apr 14

gusgreen says...

not a regular wrote:
croxley46 wrote:
Why on earth is it called "The HEALTH Campus" ? It's no such thing. Is there ANYTHING in the plans to improve the hospital? No doubt dotty Dorothy will push these plans through for approval BEFORE the Mayoral elections. Disgraceful.
It's a typo. Meant to say "stealth campus".
No WEALTH Campus
[quote][p][bold]not a regular[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]croxley46[/bold] wrote: Why on earth is it called "The HEALTH Campus" ? It's no such thing. Is there ANYTHING in the plans to improve the hospital? No doubt dotty Dorothy will push these plans through for approval BEFORE the Mayoral elections. Disgraceful.[/p][/quote]It's a typo. Meant to say "stealth campus".[/p][/quote]No WEALTH Campus gusgreen
  • Score: 7

4:05pm Thu 10 Apr 14

D_Penn says...

@Andrew1963 said: "the residents of Cardiff Road will enjoy the benefit if thousands of additional car trips for the residents and visitors iof these new homes, all queuing up at the traffic lights to turn onto Wiggenhall Road."

Wiggenhall Road is already one of the busiest thoroughfares in Watford. Anyone who uses this stretch of road with any regularity will be aware of how slow progress is, particularly at peak times. This may be the final straw that brings traffic to near gridlock as the lights will need to be resequenced to give greater access out of Cardiff Road to take account of the extra load.

Queues will of course back up around the already overloaded Farraline Road circulatory junction and back up traffic along Vicarage Road in both directions. On the North side it will becaome a regular occurrence for it to stretch back onto the main Ring Road (as it does at present on occasions).

Watford Council never want to take into account that road space is a limited resource and as such, prevention of overloading should be considered before any new development takes place. But no, that's never considered. They'll simply keep cramming in new developments until Watford is a pollution riddled, gridlocked nightmare for all of us.

If this continues there will be tragedies when the traffic is so bad all over Watford that it severely restricts the ability of ambulances to get emergencies rapidly to the new hospital (if it ever gets built).

So good luck with road transport and parking West Watford Residents. When this development is complete, I've a strong feeling you'll need it!
@Andrew1963 said: "the residents of Cardiff Road will enjoy the benefit if thousands of additional car trips for the residents and visitors iof these new homes, all queuing up at the traffic lights to turn onto Wiggenhall Road." Wiggenhall Road is already one of the busiest thoroughfares in Watford. Anyone who uses this stretch of road with any regularity will be aware of how slow progress is, particularly at peak times. This may be the final straw that brings traffic to near gridlock as the lights will need to be resequenced to give greater access out of Cardiff Road to take account of the extra load. Queues will of course back up around the already overloaded Farraline Road circulatory junction and back up traffic along Vicarage Road in both directions. On the North side it will becaome a regular occurrence for it to stretch back onto the main Ring Road (as it does at present on occasions). Watford Council never want to take into account that road space is a limited resource and as such, prevention of overloading should be considered before any new development takes place. But no, that's never considered. They'll simply keep cramming in new developments until Watford is a pollution riddled, gridlocked nightmare for all of us. If this continues there will be tragedies when the traffic is so bad all over Watford that it severely restricts the ability of ambulances to get emergencies rapidly to the new hospital (if it ever gets built). So good luck with road transport and parking West Watford Residents. When this development is complete, I've a strong feeling you'll need it! D_Penn
  • Score: 7

5:29pm Thu 10 Apr 14

E.Coli says...

Cuetip wrote:
E.Coli wrote:
The plans include a plot for a eight by ten foot shed which will replace Watford General Hospital.
Did you use a microscope?
Did you use a microscope? I am sorry but what did you mean ?
[quote][p][bold]Cuetip[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]E.Coli[/bold] wrote: The plans include a plot for a eight by ten foot shed which will replace Watford General Hospital.[/p][/quote]Did you use a microscope?[/p][/quote]Did you use a microscope? I am sorry but what did you mean ? E.Coli
  • Score: 2

10:39pm Thu 10 Apr 14

Cuetip says...

E.Coli wrote:
Cuetip wrote:
E.Coli wrote:
The plans include a plot for a eight by ten foot shed which will replace Watford General Hospital.
Did you use a microscope?
Did you use a microscope? I am sorry but what did you mean ?
Microscope An optical instrument that uses a lens or a combination of lenses to produce magnified images of small objects, especially of objects too small to be seen by the unaided eye.
[quote][p][bold]E.Coli[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cuetip[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]E.Coli[/bold] wrote: The plans include a plot for a eight by ten foot shed which will replace Watford General Hospital.[/p][/quote]Did you use a microscope?[/p][/quote]Did you use a microscope? I am sorry but what did you mean ?[/p][/quote]Microscope An optical instrument that uses a lens or a combination of lenses to produce magnified images of small objects, especially of objects too small to be seen by the unaided eye. Cuetip
  • Score: 3

11:16am Fri 11 Apr 14

jamesja says...

on the newly submitted plans which are on the health campus site:
http://www.ukplannin
g.com/ukp/doc/Drawin
g-10023651.pdf?exten
sion=.pdf&id=1002365
1&location=VOLUME7&c
ontentType=applicati
on/pdf&pageCount=1 it looks like the allotments are not included, can anyone explain?
on the newly submitted plans which are on the health campus site: http://www.ukplannin g.com/ukp/doc/Drawin g-10023651.pdf?exten sion=.pdf&id=1002365 1&location=VOLUME7&c ontentType=applicati on/pdf&pageCount=1 it looks like the allotments are not included, can anyone explain? jamesja
  • Score: 1

2:18pm Fri 11 Apr 14

#UKMum says...

"750 Flats and a New Hotel" and some space for 'hospital do dads' when and if. Oh come off it. This development is about accommodation end of.
"750 Flats and a New Hotel" and some space for 'hospital do dads' when and if. Oh come off it. This development is about accommodation end of. #UKMum
  • Score: -1

4:33pm Fri 11 Apr 14

crazyfrog says...

Everybody needs to put an objection in to the planning department for this gross overdevelopment of west watford, the only people who will benefit from this is the developer who will absolutely cream a nice profit from this development and the poor residents of west watford will suffer immensely from overcrowding, iam absolutely disgusted with the mayors stance on this issue, she currently stands as an elected representative of the people of watford and should be actively trying to make watford better, not into an overcrowded housing development where people fight over every last parking space and public amenity. DISGUSTING!!!!!!!!!!
Everybody needs to put an objection in to the planning department for this gross overdevelopment of west watford, the only people who will benefit from this is the developer who will absolutely cream a nice profit from this development and the poor residents of west watford will suffer immensely from overcrowding, iam absolutely disgusted with the mayors stance on this issue, she currently stands as an elected representative of the people of watford and should be actively trying to make watford better, not into an overcrowded housing development where people fight over every last parking space and public amenity. DISGUSTING!!!!!!!!!! crazyfrog
  • Score: 1

4:51pm Fri 11 Apr 14

crazyfrog says...

Are any public demonstrations for this wealth campus development plans being organised, I don't usually attend demonstrations or that kind of thing but for this I will turn up !
Are any public demonstrations for this wealth campus development plans being organised, I don't usually attend demonstrations or that kind of thing but for this I will turn up ! crazyfrog
  • Score: 0

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