Campaign for a sustainable Brent Cross Cricklewood development

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Created May 8, 2009 by Campaign for a sustainable


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There are currently 487 signatures for this petition:

  1. Lia Colacicco Mapesbury NW2 UNITED KINGDOM

    Cricklewood and Kilburn High Streets will be badly affected by traffic and shop closures, taking the heart out of our communities

  2. Paulette Singer Kilburn UNITED KINGDOM

    I do not have an issue with new developments per se but surely we should ensure that sustainability in terms of energy and traffic/transport is at the centre of any such proposals. I have seen the plans and these issues are given a cursory mention and clearly as an after-thought with no substance.

  3. Jonathan Melhuish Willesden UNITED KINGDOM
  4. Dawood Pervez London UNITED KINGDOM

    Development is too dense with ni thought to traffic adn impact on nearby town centres.

  5. Carol St John UNITED KINGDOM

    This is a cross- London proposition.The development could be very exciting for North London but it cannot be looked at in splendid isolation which seems to be Barnet's approach

  7. deborah minchom london UNITED KINGDOM

    this project has no sensible public transport and has not been planned to be sustainable without cars

  8. paula herschmann Cricklewood UNITED KINGDOM
  9. Alice Lovell London UNITED KINGDOM
  10. john mann london UNITED KINGDOM
  11. Jennifer Labrom London UNITED STATES
  12. Viv Stein Dollis Hill, NW10 UNITED KINGDOM

    The developers have not been transparent, truely sustainable, specific enough in detail or caring about the views of local residents.

    Plans are outdated, too large in scale, uncaring about impact on local boroughs (especially Brent),poor in transport provision, pollution (no environment permit applied for), CO2 emissions, poor cycling provision and the siting of waste handling facility is bad news for the Dollis Hill area of Brent. Time and again developers deny that waste-related transport will increase – their case does not add up. Their denial of 'incineration' taking place is also highly questionable, given the plans include EU Waste Incineration Directive. Incineration, whatever they like to call it, using energy from waste, undermines recycling, and is associated with a range of environmental and health concerns.

    Who wants expanded retail facilities now in this economic climate? We should be reducing our consumption, reusing and recycling.

    I find it highly suspicious that consultations have been held over the Christmas period, and Barnet are clearly going to gain at the expense of surrounding boroughs and the environment.

    Given this is one of the largest developments in the UK it HAS to go through more scrutiny than Barnet alone can offer.

    Public enquiry now!

  13. Linda Mckeen London UNITED KINGDOM

    As it stands, the plan will create a huge new traffic load in an area already over-stretched, causing new pollution and carbon emissions problems. It is too high density intruding high-rise into a two-storey area. There is not enough attention to or funding of public transport like the Light Railway to provide alternatives to 29,000 extra cars, and not enough provision for cyclists. The waste processing plant and incinerator adjacent to residential areas poses health risks as well as nuisance to local people. Please call in the Brent Cross Cricklewood planning application for independent assessment.

  14. Gurudas Bailur Cricklewood, London UNITED KINGDOM

    The proposed development, in my view, is neither sustainable nor in the interest of environment

  15. shirley chan golders green UNITED KINGDOM

    having waste dump near my house is going to destroy the value of my property. pollution is a concern.

  16. simon ng golders green UNITED KINGDOM

    object current schene as this would impact negatively the area we lived in.

  17. Antonia Briffa willesden green NW2 UNITED KINGDOM
  18. Christina Chan Golders Green UNITED KINGDOM

    Have they also considered Health Care?
    Traffic already heavy, currently not enough clinic to serve the local people. WIth that extra development, that will be worst.

  19. Susanna Chan Golders Green HONG KONG
  20. Celia Evans London UNITED KINGDOM
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