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LIVE BLOG: Watford planning meeting

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    Live coverage from this evening's planning meeting at the council office in Hempstead Road. Coverage begins at 7.30pm.
  • Applications to be discussed tonight:
  • Hemming Way, Watford: Demolition of 10 existing bungalows and erection of 2 three storey blocks comprising 32 one and two bedroom flats and a community garden (amended design)
  • Hempstead Road, Watford: Demolition of existing detached dwelling and the erection of two blocks of flats comprising 3 no. three bed flats and 6 no. two bed flats, with modified access, car parking and landscaping
  • Watford Car Sales, Dome Roundabout: The redevelopment of the existing car sales (or the former petrol filling station) to provide a four storey building with eighteen flats (six affordable) and the associated parking, landscaping and altered access arrangements.
  • 200 and 204 Rickmansworth Road, Watford: Demolish existing office building and workshops at no. 200 Rickmansworth Road and existing Ford dealership at no. 204 Rickmansworth Road and replace with new motor vehicle dealership with showroom, workshop and forecourt for display of vehicles.
  • Mercades-Benz, Colne Bridge Retail Park, Lower High Street: Construction of vehicle parking deck (2 levels) together with associated works including lighting, reconfiguration of existing surface spaces and cycle storage.
  • Rounton, 28 Nascot Wood Road, Watford: Variation of wording of Condition 20 of planning permission ref. 13/00450/OUTM for the erection of up to 20 dwellings, to allow the new vehicular access on Nascot Wood Road to be completed prior to final occupation (and not prior to first occupation) of the development.


hickmanlaura1 8:14pm Thu 28 Jan 16
I've grown up & lived in Watford all my life & really pleased I've come from a town that has really come on & progressed :) I would love to be on the committee myself! & can understand we have to regenerate all the time but definitely not to the detriment & cost of existing homeowners! If there r objections then i think they should be considered.
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hickmanlaura1 8:40pm Thu 28 Jan 16
I believe that just 1 objection is enough for consideration. & should be considered.
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Veritas 9:04pm Thu 28 Jan 16
Our Dodgy Fib Dem Councillors, see to be in a rush to approve all these dubious plaiing applications. Walter Mitty aka Sharpe, in my heart I don't want to approve, but it will fail at appeal. Funny, He always says that!! We hope all residents Vote the Fibs out in May elections.
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