St James Quarter: Surveyors on site next week and still time to comment on Crate St James Street planning application

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Surveyors will be on site from Monday

The Council is working with residents and businesses to improve the St James Quarter and one of the projects we are working on is improving how the area looks.

A St James Quarter Public Realm Design Guide is being drafted to provide advice about the style the Council wishes to see in new developments in this part of the borough.

At the moment we are gathering information which means there will be surveyors working in the area from Monday 29 October 2018 for up to two weeks.

Once the guide has been drafted there will be public consultation on the proposals it contains but in the meantime if you see a surveyor in the area you know what they are doing.

There's still time to comment on Crate St James Street planning application

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Crate is due to deliver brand new workspace on the former car park in St James Street, Walthamstow. The site has now been tidied up ready for hoardings to be erected before work begins to develop and improve this site.

Crate St James Street will provide up to 28 workspaces in a vibrant new workspace for small and growing local businesses and start-ups with shared areas for meeting clients.

The land will remain in Council ownership.

A planning application has now been submitted and will go through the normal planning process including formal consultation with nearby residents and businesses.

If you have any comments on this planning application please email them as soon as possible quoting reference number 183259 so they can be included in the report on this application.

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