Local public inquiry to take place at Crystal Palace starting July 7th

Following representations from the CPCA, its members and others, the CPCA is reassured by the decision of the Local Public Inquiry Inspector, Alan Novitzky, to transfer the Inquiry into the LDA Masterplan application for Crystal Palace Park from Bromley Civic Centre to the Salvation Army Hall, 58 Westow Street, SE19.

The Inquiry is scheduled to begin on Tuesday 7 July and last five weeks: Tuesday - Thursday 10.00am to 1.00pm and 2.00pm to 5.00pm, Friday 10.00am to 1.30pm. (finishing times approximate). Details of the programme schedule and other information can be found on the Inquiry website: www.persona.uk.com/crystalpalace/

The CPCA is continuing to press for the Inquiry to be deferred, to enable proper consideration of change to the application introduced at the recent Pre-Inquiry Hearing on 5th May at Bromley Civic Centre.

See more coverage:
Croydon Guardian (August 14)
This Is Local London (July 31)
Bromley Times (July 16)
South London Press (July 13)
Croydon Guardian (July 7)
This Is Local London (July 4)

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