How to Object
It’s as easy as 1,2,3:
- Simply click on this link to open up an email to Enfield Council (and us).
[If the above link doesn’t work, please just compose an email to email@example.com and copy firstname.lastname@example.org]
Make sure the reference 21/02517/FUL is in the subject.
- All you need to do is write a few sentences about why you object to the development. If you want to write loads, that’s fine too. The key thing to remember is that your objection must be in your own words, the Council will remove duplicates. See our reasons to object page for ideas.
- Include your full name and address in the email.
And that’s it!
Please ensure that every member of your household, family and friends take just a few minutes to object too. Every objection counts!
Although the formal consultation period has now ended, we have been assured that comments will still be considered right up to a week before the planning meeting, No date has been set yet, but we understand it’s likely to be in November or December 2021.
If you need ideas about what to write, just check out our ideas reasons to object page for ideas.
Please send your comments as soon as possible. Thanks!
P.S. Enfield have sent letters to some residents stating that it is a ‘departure application‘ in that it breaks all the relevant local plan and London policies (e.g. regarding tall buildings). You might want to mention this in your objection.
For information, here’s our detailed submission to Enfield Council:
CLARA’s detailed objection pack
PLEASE HELP US to spread the word by downloading and printing a leaflet for your neighbours, friends and family. It’s available in two versions:
Normal colour leaflet, or Black-and-White leaflet (if you don’t have a colour printer)