West Ferry Print Works Un-Official Vote No Manifesto Discussion Document.

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The Tower Hamlets Planning Forum and Mayor John Biggs have a track record of frustrating development and the associated affordable homes which developers are happy to build.

Far from being a part of the Solution Mayor Biggs's regime is a big part of the problem.

The westferry Printworks is the latest in a long line of bad judgement calls and political meddling in Planning officers doing their jobs.

One assumes the efforts of the planning forum are well meaning and yet, it is hard not to conclude that what its efforts really represent is the worse of Metropolitan Elite Not in my back yardism ( Nimbyism) in the face of Londons and London Borough of Tower Hamlets huge housing challenges.

The problem is not the the Manhattanization of the Isle of Dogs rather it is the Tammany hallisation of City Hall.

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A no Campaign to hold the Stalinist command and control LBTH commissars to account.
The recent furore over the westferry Printworks Planning application showed a rather unusual degree of personal public mud slinging from elected official notably Mayor John Biggs and Councillor Andrew Woods.
The Isle of Dogs community plan
https://www.towerhamlets.gov.uk/Documents/Planning-and-building-control/Strategic-Planning/Neighbourhood-Planning/IoDReg16CollatedResponses.pdf

CASH BOXES IN THE SKYS, SPANISH CASTLE MAGIC. THE 3 TIER PLANNING SYSTEM AND PROMOTION OF A CHINESE SOCIAL POINTS SYSTEM.
Community Infrastructure Levy is not a Wealth Tax and seems to be the blunt instrument that Stalinist command and Control merchants like Sadiq Khan the Mayor of London and John Biggs Mayor of Tower Hamlets claim they can use to address London’s Chronic affordable homes Problem.

Andrew Wood

@Andrewwood17

28 Jun 20 • 2 tweets • Andrewwood17/status/1277141854983729152

"It’s too big. It’s too tall. It’s too dense”

Fresh Sunday Times story on Printworks including this

interesting quote from Steve Quartermain, who until he

retired was Chief Planner at MHCLG, most senior

planning official

He must have seen these pics

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Andrew Wood

@Andrewwood17

Westferry Printworks

Reminder Greenwich is a UNESCO World Heritage Maritime

site, it has to be protected, views are from statue next to

Royal Observatory

This is worst case view incl larger Printworks scheme (red

outline) & all other approved schemes

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whc.unesco.org/en/list/795/

10:50 AM · Jun 26, 2020

7 See Andrew Wood’s other Tweets

"Quartermain.. raised his objections one last time. “Look,” he is said to have

remarked. “The visual impact of it is terrible. There are policies around tall buildings

in that particular area. It’s too big. It’s too tall. It’s too dense.”

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