A few weeks ago some proposed changes to Biggin Hill Chapel were passed by the Council. Some people are continuing to object to these proposals and a group has been formed, ‘Biggin Hill Chapel Action Group’. They had a first meeting two weeks ago, which was well attended. The second meeting is on 30 May 7.30 pm at the Biggin Hill WI hall, Lebanon Gardens, Biggin Hill and because all the candidates have been invited it technically has become a ‘hustings’
Cllr Lydia Buttinger has alerted us that Biggin Hill Airport’s track keeping system has gone live. You can view this fairly easily by going to their website https://lbhacommunity.co.uk/. If you click on noise complaint https://lbhacommunity.co.uk/noise-track/, you get to the track keeping system. If you scroll down to the bottom of the page, you will see a button “enter webtrak” and by clicking this, you will go to the tracking keeping system, which is this link http://webtrak5.bksv.com/bqh2.
From this point, you can see a map of the Borough and the various aircraft moving across the sky with Biggin Hill associated aircraft in red and green, denoting arriving and departing. By clicking on an aircraft, you can see the height etc and other detail but also from this screen, you can log a complaint if needed.
Supplementary Consultation on plans to introduce a new landing system for Runway 03 at Biggin Hill Airport
London Biggin Hill Airport plans to install an all-weather aircraft guidance system for flights landing at the airport from the south west.
We consulted widely on these proposals between November 2015 and February 2016. That Consultation Document and the Post Consultation report – which collated all the responses to the original consultation – are in the airport’s website and remain available at www.bigginhillairport.com/stakeholder-consultation
The original consultation determined that further work was necessary to resolve some technical details with other airspace users, including Heathrow and Gatwick Airports. That work is ongoing.
In the meantime, we (Biggin Hill Airport) are proposing an amendment to the last few miles of the approach route, which more closely follows the line of existing transport infrastructure such as the A23 trunk road and the M25. This supplementary consultation is specifically about that amendment.
This consultation, which runs for a six-week period from 27th February until mid-April 2017, is being conducted in accordance with the procedures laid down by the Cabinet Office and the UK Civil Aviation Authority.
We hereby invite you to respond to the consultation as a constituency, local government, interest group or airspace user group representative – or as a neighbour or other stakeholder.
Please go to: www.bigginhillairport.com/stakeholder-consultation
to access the consultation document and for guidance as to how you can respond.
Thank you in advance for your co-operation.
Land Adjacent to Knockholt station north side Sevenoaks road.
Change of use of land for siting of caravans for residential use for occupation by Irish Travelers with an amenity block, septic tank, hard standing, reproofing of land and boundary fence. Part retrospective.
Please put your views in writing to Clare Preece, Planning Division, Bromley Council, Civic Centre, Bromley, BR1 3UH.
IT IS VITAL EVERYONE ATTENDS THE “CALL-IN” MEETING
Bromley Council’s consultation is now underway following Biggin Hill Airport Limited’s proposal to extend the operating hours at the airport. Please respond to this consultation by visiting our website (www.bromley.gov.uk/bigginhillairport) where full details about the proposals can be viewed and the survey filled in online via the link below. The survey does have scope for comments but individuals and groups can e-mail additional comments to email@example.com if needed.
As part of the consultation process, over the coming days, we are distributing a letter and survey to all households across the borough as a way of ensuring that all residents are alerted and have access to the information that is being presented.
Please note that consultation formally closes on Friday 13th March at 17.00 hours. The results of this consultation will then be presented to the Council’s Executive for their consideration alongside BHAL’s proposal and other commentary.
We welcome your views and will consider them all very carefully before making a decision but unfortunately we will not be able to respond to individual comments.
London Borough of Bromley
Tel: 0208 313 4314
Residents of Pratts Bottom, Knockholt and Halsted are increasingly concerned at the likely effect of 450 new homes and 1200 jobs on the Fort Halsted site on local traffic on Rushmore Hill and other local roads.
It all went downhill when Woolworths folded: does the Fuhrer have a point? Perhaps it’s better to have pound shops than boarded up ones, even with “vinyls” on their windows. Have charity shops saved our high street?
WARNING: COARSE LANGUAGE IN VIDEO.
Unlikely as it may seem, the major seismological survey being carried out around Pratts Bottom, Knockholt and Farnborough by Tesla Exploration Ltd is to explore for “oil” (more likely, shale gas) for Northdown Energy Ltd, a partner of the Texas-based Alamo Energy Corporation.
The Sevenoaks planning application is available here but it doesn’t state the purpose: http://www.sevenoakstown.gov.uk/updates/20130204PlanAg.pdf
Note reference to an “oil discovery” at Knockholt: http://www.oilvoice.com/n/Alamo_Energy_Announces_Partnership_With_Northdown_Energy_to_Develop_UK_Weald_Basin_Acreage/8977c5fa7b74.aspx
Apparently we are considered to be in part of the “Weald Basin” and if you drill down far enough there are oil deposits: http://www.thisiskent.co.uk/Yes-s-true-hunt-oil-planned-Sevenoaks/story-18076098-detail/story.html#axzz2U1JIv3ov
When will the nodding donkeys arrive? I think we should be told.