Latest issues concerning the Putney Society

Building Developments and Major Planning Applications. Qtr 1 2015

Posted on: Mar 01, 2015

Building Issues Update

 

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The overdevelopment of Putney continues apace. Forty plus metre skyscrapers of 11, 12 and 13 storeys, inconsistent with a low rise green and leafy suburb, are built or under construction in East Putney on the Upper Richmond Road at nos 131 to 11 storeys, the old Tileman site, 113 and n…

New Underpass at Putney Bridge proposed

Posted on: Sep 16, 2014

For years there have been discussions about a pedestrian underpass at Putney Bridge to avoid the dreadful traffic, and this year the Putney Society Transport Panel decided to take things further by carrying out their own detailed investigation.

Click here to view: Putney Bridge Underpass Report

Enhancing Putney High Street - Discussion Paper

Posted on: Sep 01, 2014

A Discussion Paper prepared by the Transport Panel

Discussion paper and associated letter to Councillor Jonathan Cook

The letter from Putney Society Chair Carolyn McMillan sent on the 29th of August 2014 to Councillor Jonathan Cook, Wandsworth Council Cabinet Member for Environment, Culture…

Putney Society and other Wandsworth Civic Groups challenge David Cameron over Wandsworth Planning failures

Posted on: Apr 07, 2014

Press Release - 7th April 2014

Wandsworth London Borough Council is named in an ‘Open Letter’ to David Cameron showing major failures in its planning procedures, and calling for the Prime Minister to set up an urgent independent review. 

“The issues which concern us all are the fairness and legality of W…

Loss of Offices to Flats

Posted on: Feb 14, 2014

Loss of Office Space in Putney:

All correspondence can be seen at the end of this page.

Many residents and businesses in Putney are very concerned at the accelerating loss of office space in the area. Offices are often considered “good neighbours” as they do not disrupt residential areas at night. They frequently provide good quality local employment with less need for com…