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Local planning news

by Dundonald Lib Dems on 9 June, 2018

Last week there was a meeting of Merton’s “Design Review Panel” – a Panel of architects and design experts, which comments on proposals from developers. Part of the meeting is confidential – where the developers have not yet put in formal planning applications, and we can only say a limited amount about those discussions. YMCA […]

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Comments submitted to Merton Council planning department by Dundonald Liberal Democrats. Dear Mr Vale Re Planning application 17/P2529, 579-589 Kingston Road Raynes Park London, SW20 8SD I am writing on behalf of Dundonald Ward Liberal Democrats in connection with the above Planning Application. We have a number of concerns about the application which should be […]

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New ban on letting agents’ fees

by Dundonald Lib Dems on 8 April, 2017

After the news that the Government is consulting on banning letting agents’ fees, housing campaigner Anthony Fairclough reports back: “Renters will hopefully soon be able to move home without paying rip-off letting agents’ fees, following a successful campaign by the Lib Dems in Parliament to make renting fairer. These fees are often as much as […]

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Redevelopment of Manuplastics site on Kingston Rd

by Dundonald Lib Dems on 15 May, 2016

Comments submitted on the planning application 16/P1208 by Apostles resident Giles Bailey: “Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the new proposals for the former Manuplastics site on Kingston Road.

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Revenge evictions banned

by Dundonald Lib Dems on 1 October, 2015

“Revenge evictions” have finally been banned today after a long campaign by the Liberal Democrats. The law will make any eviction illegal where it comes after the tenant has made a complaint about housing conditions that the landlord did not respond to satisfactorily. Previously 200,000 renters faced this type of ‘revenge’ eviction every year, according […]

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