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LOSRA says…. Over recent months LOSRA has fielded a number of emails and phone calls on the dereliction of the The Thames Corner build- ing site in French Street. Regrettably, it seems that, legally, there is nothing that can be done to enforce the commencement of construction. Residents should however be aware that we are in constant dialogue with the Council in order to minimise the worst effects of the neglect and to call the owners to account.


Section 215 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 provides local authori- ties with an additional, discretionary power for requesting a landowner to clean up 'land adversely affecting the amenity of the neighbourhood' . Local authori- ties also have powers to effect clean up works themselves under section 215 and to recover costs from the landownder. S.215 powers are effective as a 'threat' or informal mechanism for cleaning up sites not least because it is often cheaper for the landowner to carry out the necessary work. We are vdelighted to have been assured by the Deputy Head of Planning Services that Spelthorne Council has now embarked on this course of action. If you have cause to com- ment further it would be well worth remembering that your local councillors for Sunbury East ward, Suzy Webb, Caroline Nichols or Alf Friday are only an email or phone call away.


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