Chiswick residents are invited to make their views known about a draft strategy for the development of the this stretch of the Thames
This visionary study was conceived by a steering committee representing the West London River Group, the riparian boroughs, Greater London Authority, Government Office for London, English Heritage, Port of London Authority and the Environment Agency. A team of consultants, led by WS Atkins, has worked with the Steering Committee in the creation of the Strategy.
The Strategy also takes into account any issue which, although falling outside the Thames Policy Area, has an impact on the river, for example, high buildings, important views or transport networks.
The Draft Strategy was formally launched for public consultation on 23 July by Darren Johnson, the London Mayor's Environment Advisor. Your comments are welcomed on all aspects of the Strategy until 10 October.
You are also invited to attend the riverside open forum to be held on 29 September at Pier House, Corney Reach, Chiswick, 10am-4pm.
For further information on the Thames Strategy - Kew to Chelsea, please see the website www.thamesstrategy-kewtochelsea.org.uk.
To purchase a copy of the Draft Strategy, please send your request with a cheque for £25 (made payable to LB Hammersmith & Fulham) to:
CHARACTER REACHES & PROJECT PROPOSALS
The Thames Strategy-Kew to Chelsea study area has been 'divided' into eight character reaches, which have been defined on the basis of a detailed character appraisal which has taken into account factors such as visual analysis, built form, landscape, vegetation, the channel edge, river structures, character of the public realm, movement, cultural and historical associations.
The following character reaches cover parts of Chiswick:
By clicking on the above character reaches, you will find further information, including the key characteristics, key issues and opportunities for each reach plus links to the historical background of each area.
COMMENTING ON THE DRAFT STRATEGY
You can also send comments either by email to: email@example.com, or post them to:
The Thames Strategy-Kew to Chelsea puts forward a wide range of policy proposals for the whole study area, under the following categories:
Feed back from the local community will help form these plans - please give us your comments