I have received from Helen Donnelly, Environment LBRUT a number of new planning applications for the Hampton Riviera, it would seem that they are a mix of retrospective and new.

The owner, M. Djurberg, doesn't bother with planning consent, he has done exactly what he has wanted to do and now applies for planning permission. He clearly sees nothing wrong in removing, from 'us', our historic amenities for his own personal use and gratification.

Here are the links to the Planning Applications:-

http://www2.richmond.gov.uk/PlanData2/Planning_CaseNo.aspx?strCASEN...

http://www2.richmond.gov.uk/PlanData2/Planning_CaseNo.aspx?strCASEN...

http://www2.richmond.gov.uk/PlanData2/Planning_CaseNo.aspx?strCASEN...

http://www2.richmond.gov.uk/PlanData2/Planning_CaseNo.aspx?strCASEN...

We have very little, if any, of the River front at Hampton left for us to use, the boat people at St Alban's Riverside, the creeping Thames Voyages and Hampton Riviera formerly Hucks Boat Yard, if it isn't stopped now it will be gone forever!

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Marc - I think the fellow doth protesteth too much

Hi Marc

The  fellow is Djurberg and I've rather misquoted Shakespeare I'm afraid ~

"The lady doth protest too much, methinks" is a quotation from the 1602 play Hamlet by William Shakespeare. It has been used as a figure of speech, in various phrasings, to indicate that a person's overly frequent or vehement attempts to convince others of something have ironically helped to convince others that the opposite is true, by making the person look insincere and defensive.

Well it looks like they have had enough, he is selling up the bit that the most contentious

http://www.zoopla.co.uk/for-sale/details/39982907?tmad=c&tmcamp...

Caveat emptor

We now have three of his houseboats in residence across the river. He has moved them from the dock to the river. They extend and narrow the channel considerably. It was our boat that was hit 2 years ago. Will it happen again? Is the EA taking any action?
And now he has the complex on for sale. I pity the buyer.

As soon as any potential buyers get wind of the various court appeals, planning irregularities and other legal challenges that will be highlighted doing the usual property searches they will run a mile.



ann williams said:

We now have three of his houseboats in residence across the river. He has moved them from the dock to the river. They extend and narrow the channel considerably. It was our boat that was hit 2 years ago. Will it happen again? Is the EA taking any action?
Anne, take a few pics and send to the EA be interesting to hear their view

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