Conservative councillors used their block vote to push the development through against all evidence. They were actually caught out presenting information collected from the developer as objective, independent information. My Labour colleagues and I objected and the Secretary of State halted the planning process by calling it in.Readers will recall how the
Residents have now hired a planning barrister and are preparing to give evidence at the independent inquiry. You can support their campaign by coming to this concert. Here are details taken from their flyer:
"BENEFIT CONCERT FOR GOLDHAWK: DON’T MISS THIS AMAZING EVENT!
On Friday 14th May 2010 at 7.30 p.m. at Holy Innocents Church, Paddenswick Rd, W6, student stars of the future from the Royal College of Music will showcase their talents at a very special evening.
The programme includes works by Haydn (String Quartet in C Op 76 No 3 ‘Kaiser’), Vaughan Williams (Piano Quintet in C Minor) and Schubert (‘Death and the Maiden’ Quartet No 14 in D Minor, arranged for string orchestra by Mahler).
This unique Benefit Concert is to help local residents raise funds to fight the overdevelopment of Goldhawk Industrial Estate. All profits to the cause.
Tickets may be ordered in advance (£8). Click here to email or phone (056 0254 4057 - local rate), or purchased in person from 197 Goldhawk Road, or bought on the door (£10) – but seating is limited.
ENJOY WORLD CLASS MUSIC ON YOUR DOORSTEP - BOOK NOW!"