We are residents opposed to Council approval of the hugely oversized construction at 181 Talgarth Road, without constituent .
We are a group of 1300 LBHF residents who oppose the SIZE of Dominvs' 23 Storey megastructure at 181 Talgarth Road. Due to the Council's complete and indefensible disregard of residents' concerns, SoH continues to lobby Dominvs and the Council to reduce the height, mitigate additional traffic, and restrict late night alcohol licenses. We do NOT oppose development in LBHF - just overbuilding.
If you oppose the scale of this project, and want to have a
voice in future development in LBHF,
Please Sign and SHARE:
Stronger Together - 1300 Signatures
These Councillors approved the Planning Application, and refused to meet with residents over their concerns. Let them know if you agree with their decision:
Include Ref: LBHF 2020/00915/FUL
181 Talgarth Road = 76 Meters
The Ark roofline = 43 M
Novotel = 44 M
Linacre Court = 51 M
At 23 storeys, this would be the tallest building in LBHF, looming directly over residential & conservation areas, churches, schools, public areas.
Travel to the building will increase traffic in an area already plagued by constant traffic jams, Limited access to the site will draw more traffic and pollution through residential streets, compounding the traffic throughout the borough.
Ruins the skyline and dominates the view from residents' windows, streets and public areas 360 degrees around the site, from the historic St Paul's Artist Studios, to Fulham Reach, Colett Gardens to Nazareth House, St Augustine's Church to the Guinness Estates and the CONSERVATION AREA of Baron's Court, making it the defacto architectural symbol of LBHF. Shouldn't constituents have a say?
• In conflict with local planning policies and London Plan;
• No environmental impact analysis for all hotels combined;
• Fails to match the vision for the regeneration of central Hamm
• Precedent - WHAT NEXT? Will there be a high-rise in your backyard?
We are concerned about the precedent this building sets and how it will affect the future of LBHF. Will the BP garage and West London College be the next high-rise developments, creating an skyscraper corridor through residential Hammersmith?
LET'S PLEASE ACT NOW
We want the council to sincerely and honestly engage with constituents when major planning decisions, which materially affect our neighbourhoods, our quality of life, and the future of our borough, are at stake.
We want to be treated the same as corporate interests.