Corbet Close Re-development

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Corbet Close Re-development

Proposed Corbet Close Re-development Plans

Location: Wallington Surrey SM6
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Comment by Pauline Lewis on May 12, 2017 at 14:59
Only Sutton Council knows that one, perhaps 97,98 Corbet Close! But then where is 1 - 72 Corbet Close.

Perhaps there needs to be some consultation with the current houses owners in Corbet Close to find out which they would prefer. Personally I would rather be Maple Grove. Corbet Close does have a lot of history attached to it.

What a mess, but then Sutton Council are very good at causing chaos.
Comment by Lysanne Horrox on May 12, 2017 at 13:42

Hmm, I don't know.  Am I right in saying that existing residents would like a name change from Corbet Close?

Also need to remember there are still the two houses to be built on the cadet hut, what will their address be?!

Comment by Pauline Lewis on May 12, 2017 at 13:36

So does that mean that one side of the road will remain Corbet Close and the new development side of the road will be Maple Close? 

That could be an interesting scenario.

Comment by Lysanne Horrox on May 12, 2017 at 12:56

Comment by John Edwards on April 21, 2016 at 20:21
A further update following a telephone conversation with Stephen French, Project Manager today.

First to confirm Stephen Frenchs telephone number is incorrect. It should be 07787 006272.

Start dates for beginning to build the houses have changed yet again. I was told this further delay is due to delays and paperwork problems involving the London Borough of Sutton.

It is now likely to begin by the end of July or August/September 2016.

John Edwards
Comment by John Edwards on February 29, 2016 at 15:22
This is an update following a further conversation I had with Stephen French. He confirmed that following a recent excavation there was nothing found of significance archaeologically. He also said English Hertitagee have told Rydons to dig a further three trenches for archaeological excavation. Rydons are in the process of appointing a company to carry out this work. This means the first houses will now start to be constructed from April 2016.
Regards
John Edwards
Comment by John Edwards on January 8, 2016 at 16:05
I have just been in touch with Stephen French, Project Manager for the development(tel no: 007787 006272) for an update. He is employed by Rydons the developers.

He informed me the work grinding the hardcore should be finished by next week.

An archaeological dig will then commence within the area demolished.

If this finds nothing significant then they will proceed in February 2016 to build the first five houses at the entrance to Corbet Close. Once those have been sold the remaining houses will be built and sold. Rydons are very confident these first five will be sold. If that doesn't happen within a reasonable timescale they will review the project and get back to the Council and us should they wish to revise their plans.

Later in the project they will resurface the road and the service road which current exists to our houses. Proper notice in advance will be given about this work as it will be necessary to resite parked cars while the work takes place.

Well there we are. If you have any questions or queries. Please contact Stephen French he is very approachable and will respond.

Regards

John Edwards
Comment by Pauline Lewis on September 14, 2015 at 11:05

I have spoken to the council.  They are going to look into this issue and come back to me.

Comment by Lysanne Horrox on September 14, 2015 at 11:01
Hi Pauline

Thanks for replying. I have contacted someone at the council today, but have got their out of office until Wednesday. I will let you know if I get a response.

I too saw a white van around 10.30/11.00am Sunday as I drove passed and an Alsatian dog, who I assumed was the culprit.

I can understand having a guard dog, but there must be something wrong for it barking constantly like it did.
Comment by Pauline Lewis on September 14, 2015 at 10:50

Hi

The barking went on most of the night. I understand that some people did call the police but they did not attend. No security guards appear to be on site at nights. An unmarked white van eventually turned up and the dog seemed to disappear.

I intend to contact the council today.

 
 
 

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