Want to oppose the ice centre planning application? Here’s how.

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The Lee Valley Regional Park Authority (LVRPA) wants to replace the current ice centre on Lea Bridge Road with a building that is almost twice the size. If planning permission is granted, it means we will lose precious Metropolitan Open Land (MOL), not to mention the huge impact of increased traffic, footfall and general disturbance to residents on Southwold and Lathams Yard estates.

The application can be found here

There are a lot of documents to wade through, so if you don’t have time to look at them all there’s some sample objection you can use on the Save Lea Marshes website

Email it, with your name and address, to dmconsultations@walthamforest.gov.uk

The Lee Valley Regional Park Authority (LVRPA) wants to replace the current ice centre on Lea Bridge Road with a building that is almost twice the size. If planning permission is granted, it means we will lose precious Metropolitan Open Land (MOL).

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