Walthamstow Stadium plans out for consultation

Council & Politics
December 5, 2010 5:22 am

This week, development firm L&Q published their plans for the proposed redevelopment of Walthamstow Stadium. The Stadium has been closed since August 2008.

The planned new development would provide around 300 new homes, some parking and some public and community spaces. The plans do not include retaining a dog track on the site.

L&Q had planned to run three public consultation events, but the ones on Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th December were postponed. There are no confirmed dates for these rearranged events as yet.

The planning application for the site will be submitted in early 2011, according to L&Q’s website. The plans are available to view here.

If you want to share your views on the redevelopment, Walthamstow Scene recommends that you contact your local MP. Stella Creasy (Walthamstow) can be contacted here and Iain Duncan-Smith (Chingford) can be contacted here. Let them know what you think of the plans.

We’ll post the dates of the rearranged consultation events when they are announced.

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