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Whitchurch House Residents' As… 10 Mar 2011

Kensington Academy and Leisure Centre (KALC) SPD Consultation Information

  • Comment ID: KALC400
It would be interesting to see some COl or graphic of the proposed architectural design structure and detailing of the as yet big mysterious monolith that will be emerging quite soon - and interesting to know just what we will be looking at from our windows for many years to come.
P Martindale 08 Mar 2011

Kensington Academy and Leisure Centre (KALC) SPD Consultation Information

  • Comment ID: KALC389
Ill-conceived, short sighted, irresponsible, mean. Utter folly which will lead to problems for both academy and residents and lead to inadequate education experience for pupils.
Julian Pycraft 08 Mar 2011

Kensington Academy and Leisure Centre (KALC) SPD Consultation Information

  • Comment ID: KALC239
To achieve that cohesion: 1) the future of the Leisure Centre must also be assured;2) the personal security of people and of property must be demonstrably secured; 3) greatly improved public transport accessibility must be provided; and 4) non-partisan trustworthy community leaders must be appointed and supported, to represent all our interests.
Julian Pycraft 08 Mar 2011

Kensington Academy and Leisure Centre (KALC) SPD Consultation Information

  • Comment ID: KALC240
The sustainability of the community quarter also requires provision of supporting shops, cafes and other associated amenities, to attract and retain people, so as to make the most of this opportunity to increase greatly the vitality and viability of this area of the Royal Borough for future generations.
Edward Daffarn 08 Mar 2011

Kensington Academy and Leisure Centre (KALC) SPD Consultation Information

  • Comment ID: KALC388
Please address answers to the above points and points raised in the stakholders response.
Edward Daffarn 08 Mar 2011

Kensington Academy and Leisure Centre (KALC) SPD Consultation Information

  • Comment ID: KALC384
I fully support the representations made to K and C Council by the local stakeholders groups (Estate Management Board, Grenfell Action Group etc.). I would like to recieve individual written answers to all the points raised in that document.
Nigel Whitbread 08 Mar 2011

Kensington Academy and Leisure Centre (KALC) SPD Consultation Information

  • Comment ID: KALC383
An inspired, clear brief from the client to his design team is essential to achieve a good, successful design solutiion. The Council is an experienced client; more work and clarity of vision can formulate that inspired brief
Nigel Whitbread 08 Mar 2011

Kensington Academy and Leisure Centre (KALC) SPD Consultation Information

  • Comment ID: KALC378
Notwithstanding the above, I am in favour of the total redevelopment of the site for an Academy and Leisure Centre use.
The Environment Agency (Andy G… 08 Mar 2011

Kensington Academy and Leisure Centre (KALC) SPD Consultation Information

  • Comment ID: KALC365
PPS25 requires developers and local authorities to seek opportunities to reduce the overall level of flood risk on the site and beyond. This is achieved through the layout and form of the development, and the appropriate application of sustainable drainage techniques in line with the Sustainable Drainage Systems (SUDS) hierarchy. Surface water run-off should be controlled as near to its source as possible through a sustainable drainage approach to SUDS. SUDS are an approach to managing surface w
The Environment Agency (Andy G… 08 Mar 2011

Kensington Academy and Leisure Centre (KALC) SPD Consultation Information

  • Comment ID: KALC366
SUDS Hierarchy Approved Document Part H of the Building Regulations 2000 establishes a hierarchy for surface water disposal, which encourages a SUDS approach. Under Approved Document Part H the first option for surface water disposal should be the use of SUDS, which encourage infiltration such as soakaways or infiltration trenches. In all cases, it must be established that these options are feasible, can be adopted and properly maintained and would not lead to any other environmental problems. F
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