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C A P R A
Canons Park Residents Association
The Canons Park Station Car Park Mis-Development. Dear CAPRA Members and Friends In case you were not informed by other means I am writing to let you know that the application to develop the car park at Canons Park station was rejected by the Harrow planning committee at a lengthy meeting Wednesday night (20th January 2021). This wholly unsuitable development would not only have overshadowed the beautiful historic Canons Park but also local roads such as Cheyneys Avenue and would have blighted Donnefield Avenue with poorly designed buildings that were too high-density and completely out of character with their surroundings.  CAPRA  and The Friends of Canons Park together with the other members of our pressure group, would like to thank everyone for supporting us by signing our petition, adding their objections to the online consultation document, posting on social media and helping out with free advice and suggestions along the way, much of which has been invaluable.  We are also indebted to our local Conservative councillors - Ameet Joggia, Amir Moshenson and Bharat Thakker - and James Lee (Labour) whose ongoing support has been crucial, as was that of Cllr Marilyn Ashton, who has fought for us throughout this whole process - and especially on the night - to achieve the result! There is still the possibility of an appeal or a revised application so the fight may not be over yet but in the meantime we hope you will lend your support, where possible, to the keepstanmorecarpark group which is still fighting the application to develop their station car park in a similar manner. Shirley Sackwild (Hon Sec CAPRA) and Sharon Graham (Friends of Canons Park)
LOGOTYPE
C A P R A
The Canons Park Station Car Park Mis- Development. Dear CAPRA Members and Friends In case you were not informed by other means I am writing to let you know that the application to develop the car park at Canons Park station was rejected by the Harrow planning committee at a lengthy meeting Wednesday night. This wholly unsuitable development would not only have overshadowed the beautiful historic Canons Park but also local roads such as Cheyneys Avenue and would have blighted Donnefield Avenue with poorly designed buildings that were too high-density and completely out of character with their surroundings.  CAPRA  and The Friends of Canons Park together with the other members of our pressure group, would like to thank everyone for supporting us by signing our petition, adding their objections to the online consultation document, posting on social media and helping out with free advice and suggestions along the way, much of which has been invaluable.  We are also indebted to our local Conservative councillors - Ameet Joggia, Amir Moshenson and Bharat Thakker - and James Lee (Labour) whose ongoing support has been crucial, as was that of Cllr Marilyn Ashton, who has fought for us throughout this whole process - and especially on the night - to achieve the result! There is still the possibility of an appeal or a revised application so the fight may not be over yet but in the meantime we hope you will lend your support, where possible, to the keepstanmorecarpark group which is still fighting the application to develop their station car park in a similar manner. Shirley Sackwild (Hon Sec CAPRA) and Sharon Graham (Friends of Canons Park) Canons Park Residents Association