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Topic: Re:Trees in Essex Place
Posted by: Stephen Lewis
Date/Time: 27/04/15 17:37:00

These trees were trashed in preparation for yet another overdevelopment on a totally unsuitable, tiny, and here, an island plot. In such a case the only justification your councillors can possibly offer is one of pure ignorance and greed. Tellingly the removal of these trees failed to attract any attention or protest from passers by or concerned locals.
The developers' advertising hoardings, now fully exposed following the tree clearing, cynically attempt to sell their project as one being in harmony with a verdant eco wonderland.
Maybe it's time to reevaluate the old estate agents sales pitch of  a 'village-like' Chiswick. Time to bid a fond farewell to 'Forty Shades of Green' and steel yourself for 'Fifty Shades of Grey..........Concrete' ?

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Trees in Essex Place25/04/15 00:22:00 Pamela Mayorcas
   Re:Trees in Essex Place25/04/15 01:12:00 Claire Moran
      Re:Re:Trees in Essex Place25/04/15 08:42:00 Andrew Welford
         Re:Re:Re:Trees in Essex Place25/04/15 08:47:00 Loraine Pemberton
   Re:Trees in Essex Place25/04/15 10:20:00 Mark Pattinson
   Re:Trees in Essex Place25/04/15 11:21:00 Robin Cox
      Re:Re:Trees in Essex Place25/04/15 12:16:00 Elizabeth Ross
      Re:Re:Trees in Essex Place26/04/15 14:27:00 Loraine Pemberton
         Re:Re:Re:Trees in Essex Place26/04/15 15:23:00 Claudia Jachtmann
         Re:Re:Re:Trees in Essex Place26/04/15 18:13:00 Elizabeth Ross
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Trees in Essex Place27/04/15 00:05:00 Sam Hearn
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Trees in Essex Place27/04/15 08:55:00 Elizabeth Ross
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Trees in Essex Place27/04/15 09:25:00 Loraine Pemberton
   Re:Trees in Essex Place27/04/15 17:37:00 Stephen Lewis
      Re:Re:Trees in Essex Place27/04/15 17:50:00 Pete Mayes
         Re:Re:Re:Trees in Essex Place27/04/15 18:06:00 Claire Moran
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Trees in Essex Place28/04/15 13:02:00 Carolyn Valder

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