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TOPIC: SALMONS BROOK FLOOD PROJECT

Re: SALMONS BROOK FLOOD PROJECT 6 years 9 months ago #117

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Whilst the Salmons Brook Planning Application has been passed, stay up to date on further news of the project, including how to apply for your pre work survey if you live along the route, go to the Grange Park At Risk website
gpar.org.uk/
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Re: SALMONS BROOK FLOOD PROJECT 6 years 5 months ago #122

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Update provided by Grange Park Resident

Anger and concern is rife in Grange Park at present following the mishandling of the start of the Salmons Brook Flood Alleviation Scheme project at Cheyne Walk Open Space.

The principal complaints include:
1) The letter offering non-intrusive surveys to residents on the HGV route only offered to remedy “MINOR” damage – what happens if the whole house falls down? This has now been corrected.

2) Not all the residents in Uplands and Cadogan have received the letter, it seems.

3) The survey offer is still not being made to ALL residents on the route despite those in Green Dragon Lane and other nearby roads requesting it. This is blatant discrimination. The EA say that these roads are already used by HGV traffic but current estimates show that this is usually only 1 or 2 a day – the EA intend to increase this 40 fold. Wake up Green Dragon Lane – you are about to be shaken if not stirred!

4) Tree clearance works started at Cheyne Walk without the proper 28 days notice being given. This is outrageous and the dereliction of duty shown by Enfield Council in not enforcing the planning consent conditions is unacceptable.

5) Residents have still not seen any sign of work plans or other requirements of the planning consent despite being directly affected by the works. The EA and Enfield Council apparently want to keep all the plans secret until after the event so that they can avoid comment from those affected. This also suggests collusion between the EA as developer and Enfield Council as the authorising body.

6) There is still no sign that the project is being monitored despite Enfield being paid by the EA to do so.
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