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Campaign against flats conversion continues

Another letter delivered door-to-door


11 Brookmans Avenue, Brookmans Park Image by North Mymms News released via Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0
11 Brookmans Avenue, Brookmans Park
Image by North Mymms News released via Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0

The Brookmans Park Estate Residents Committee (BPERC) has circulated another letter urging people to oppose the development of flats at 11 Brookmans Avenue, with a reminder that the 30-day period to object is under way.

Two weeks ago both the owners of the property and the BPERC delivered letters door-to-door stating their position as the matter went to the Upper Tribunal at the High Court.

Now the BPERC has responded to the points made by the owners in their letter of Tuesday 16 June claiming that what was written was “inaccurate and misleading in several respects”.

The committee’s letter is embedded below.



This site offered the residents of 11 Brookmans Avenue the chance to respond to the letter, but they replied that they had not been sent a letter by the BPERC “although we are residents of the Brookmans Estate” and said that they were unable to “make any comment without full knowledge”.

“We feel that all comments and opinions will be addressed at the tribunal and a decision made”, they said. 

North Mymms News shared the letter with the owners of 11 Brookmans Avenue, and is ready to publish a response on this page.

A notice giving details about the tribunal has been attached to a post outside 11 Brookmans Avenue. The case number LP/11/2020.





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