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Residents urged to make their views knows at the Public Exhibition for Kingston’s Old Post Office planning application


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Kingston Liberal Democrat Councillor for Grove Ward, Stephen Brister, is urging residents to make their views known on the planning application for the Old Post Office Site in Kingston.

The plans for St George’s planning application are on display later this week (15 Jan, 16 Jan and 17 Jan) at a Public Exhibition at the Old Post Office building.

Local councillor for the area, Councillor Stephen Brister is opposed to the height and massing of buildings on this town centre site. Councillor Brister said,

"If this application is permitted I fear it will be the first of many. It is becoming increasingly clear that the Conservative leadership have a vision of Kingston town centre dominated by skyscrapers. I don't think that is what Kingston residents want.

"I would urge residents to view the plans and make their objections known. We do not want Kingston becoming just like Croydon.”

Please sign the petition against this development.

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