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Re: [Lambeth_Cyclists] Re: Lambeth Cyclists Meeting - tonight AND SAINSBURYS

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  • golovyov
    there were two sets of applications. http://tinyurl.com/plan23-4-12 and http://tinyurl.com/plan29-6-12 Both by Carpetright. Shortly after the last one,
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      there were two sets of applications. 


      Both by Carpetright. Shortly after the last one, Sainsbury bought the site. I haven't looked thoroughly at the documents. I know that the Brixton Water Lane Society and one of their concerns is late-night alcohol sales. I will try and find out more. 


      -----Original Message-----
      From: Langston, Richard <rlangston@...>
      To: Lambeth_Cyclists <Lambeth_Cyclists@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Tue, 19 Feb 2013 10:56
      Subject: RE: [Lambeth_Cyclists] Re: Lambeth Cyclists Meeting - tonight AND SAINSBURYS

      Has an application been submitted for this yet? If so do you have a reference?
      Many thanks
      From: Lambeth_Cyclists@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Lambeth_Cyclists@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Charlie Holland
      Sent: 19 February 2013 09:39
      To: Lambeth_Cyclists@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [Lambeth_Cyclists] Re: Lambeth Cyclists Meeting - tonight AND SAINSBURYS

      I though that you should be aware of the new plans for large Sainsburys to open on corner or Brixton Water Lane and Tulse Hill in SW2.

      Previously it has been a Carpetright and Tiles centre with a very small footfall.

      It's an already congested area on the C25 cycle route, without an adequate padestrian crossing.

      My fears is that the new 10,00sqft Sainsburys with car-parking for 24 Cars and and HGV deliveries will
      make a tricky spot much more dangerous. At the moment there is a shared pavement for padestrians and cyclists going across the front of the proposed carpark entrance.

      I think that it is worth looking into the the planning application and whether an official transport assessment was made before Sainsburys bought the lease.

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