In which case this piece of radio journalism recorded, prepared and introduced by local Sound Editor Robin Hollings will be of interest…..
At the Quarterly meeting last night Sid Jackson promised to send a letter outlining our objection and frustration with Sainsbury’s intention to launch a Judicial Review again the ARLA development which will include an ASDA supermarket.
This he has done.
The letter can be found here: Sainsburys letter January 2015
We encourage residents to write letters of objection to Sainsbury’s to let them know their feelings. Would love to know your feelings on this on our Facebook page.
A write-up on the meeting last night can be found just here in the online version of the Gazette.
We distribute the SRRA newsletters ahead of the Quarterly meetings which take place in January, April, July and October each year. Please find at the link below the October 2014 SRRA Newsletter. Much has moved on as we discussed at the meeting on the 22nd October. Time, tide and South Ruislip wait for no man. October 2014 Newsletter
Please note the next meeting is on the 21st January 2015 not 28th as mentioned in the newsletter.
Toys shop planning applications and there two others online at Hillingdon planning. This could well be seen now because the owners, AVIVA, expect the ARLA site on Victoria Road to get planning permission…
In brief the plans are straightforward and seem to be amendments to the two units:
For more information search online at Hillingdon Planning for applications
One key issue for us in South Ruislip at the moment is the building on the ARLA site. The majority of the residents, local councillors and the committee of the SRRA are in favour of the new shopping facilities and housing being built. There are plans for a new supermarket, ASDA, a cinema, housing and family restaurants.
Those against speak in particular of the concerns with traffic. Our argument is that there will be more traffic anyway and counter peak traffic won’t be as detrimental as traffic at peaks such as if the site was all housing. Besides we like the idea of competition with Sainsburys. If you have a point of view on this issue you are always welcome to leave a comment below or attend the planning meeting when it takes place or write to your councillors with your viewpoint.
The consultation process has finished now, but details of the plan can be found here on Hillingdon’s planning portal.
A decision is due by 05/08/2014, but often they take longer subject to the timing of the next available major planning committee meeting.
The developers website can be found just here.