Ballymore Organises Drop In Meeting This Saturday

But won't be present to answer questions


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Ballymore's plans for the redevelopment for the land south of the High Street will, in all probability be heard at the Planning committe on Thursday 28th November at 7:30pm.

Ballymore have agreed to hold a drop in meeting this Saturday, 2nd November at the Docking Station between 10-5pm.

Information boards will be displayed showing Ballymore's slightly amended application.

This event is at the request of Mary Macleod MP who will be attending some time between 10am and 12.

Suzie Betlem, President of Brentford Chamber of Commerce will also be visiting the exhibition.

Following the meeting, further comments on the application should be forwarded to the case officer, Sunny Desai at

The matter may also be discussed at the next Brentford Area Forum on 21st November although the agenda is not yet definite. It is possible that residents will be able to speak on this issue then.

Council officers will be submitting their report on the redevelopment to the Council’s Planning Committee on 28th November 2013. This will be a ‘special meeting’ aimed solely at discussing Ballymore’s planning application and members of the public will also be able to speak at that meeting, subject to notifying the Committee Clerk before the meeting.

Mary Macleod MP said:

‘This meeting will be a great chance for local residents to get an update on the redevelopment plans. Brentford High Street is an important part of our local community and I know local residents really care about this important decision which will completely change Brentford High Street for the future.’


October 31, 2013

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