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Planning & Environment

Skyscraper proposal
Published 09/01/2024

There is a proposal to build a 38-storey skyscraper at the south end of Battersea Bridge. The Chairman of the Society’s Planning Committee has …

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S. KENSINGTON STATION
Published 14/12/2023

We were informed on 13th December 2023 that the Planning inspector had allowed the developer’s appeal, and overturned the refusal by RBKC of all …

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Marks & Spencer site
Published 12/10/2023

The Chelsea Society and very many local people objected to this planning application, but two Chelsea members of the RBKC Planning Applications Committee (Cllrs. …

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MAKE BATTERSEA BRIDGE ROAD JUNCTION SAFE -TFL CONSULTATION
Published 10/07/2023

David Waddell writes: “The considerable traffic dangers at the Battersea Bridge/Cheyne Walk junction have been a major concern of the Chelsea Society and Cheyne …

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King’s Walk
Published 20/04/2023

                              The new building on the Kings Walk site has …

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St. Wilfrid’s Care Home
Published

  Tite Street As members will know, St. Wilfrid’s Care Home closed some time ago, and the site will be sold and redeveloped. This …

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Big changes in planning law
Published 07/12/2022

Sir Paul Lever, Chairman of the Chelsea Society’s Planning Committee, writes “On 6 December the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, …

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Sloane Street
Published 30/11/2022

We hear that Sloane Street will be closed northbound from 8th January to “late summer” 2023 – when closure will switch to southbound! This …

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The Queen’s Head, Tryon Street
Published 26/11/2022

UPDATE: The Vice-chairman, Michael Stephen, and the Planning Committee member for Royal Hospital Ward, Jules Turner, met with the owner on site on 24th …

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Why did Georgian house collapse?
Published 30/10/2022

During the night of 2/3 November 2020 this beautiful house in Durham Place, Chelsea, built in 1790, collapsed completely into ruins. Before the collapse, …

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