Rendall & Rittner – no plans to consult residents on real issues at Chelsea Bridge Wharf

At a meeting this evening (9th March), supposedly to discuss ”The Community Plan” for Chelsea Bridge Wharf and Vista, Rendall & Riitner confirmed that they had no plans to consult residents about either… Continue reading

Rendall & Rittner contractor doing 50mph in 5mph zone

Rendall & Rittner refuse to enforce the speed limit on this road which they are responsible for managing. Karen Ann Gray of Rendall & Rittner tells me that she is satisfied with existing… Continue reading

Battersea Power Station traffic speeding through pedestrians – Rendall & Rittner not interested

Rendall & Rittner are responsible for managing this road but have allowed it to become dangerous. Despite numerous resident requests they claim they can do nothing about the fact that 100% of the… Continue reading

Crazy driving in 5mph zone – Battersea Power Station Development Company bus (operated by GUTSI ‘executive transfer’)

Battersea Power Station Development Company bus (supplied by GUTSI ‘executive transfer) and van in interesting manoeuvre on 5 mph road. Berkeley Homes opened up this quiet service road without consultation with residents, but… Continue reading

Berkeley Homes new planning application for Sopwith Way depots – my objections

https://planning.wandsworth.gov.uk/WAM/showCaseFile.do?appType=planning&appNumber=2016/7213 I object in the strongest possible terms to this planning application by Berkeley Homes. I have a number of valid grounds on which to base my objection, which I believe will be… Continue reading

Berkeley Homes – new planning application for depots on Sopwith Way. Deadline for objections 14 February 2017

Berkeley Homes have submitted another planning application to use the railway arches on Sopwith Way for storage of materials in relation to VISTA project. Berkeley Homes first started using these arches, without planning permission or consultation with residents, in April 2016.… Continue reading

Rendall & Rittner have increased service charge by 6.7% at Chelsea Bridge Wharf – Inflation is under 1%!

The author of this blog has received notification of service charge rate for 2017/18. It represents an increase of nearly 7% year on year. Rendall & Rittner have refused to supply a  copy of the presentation they gave at… Continue reading

Berkeley Homes – planning applications – Grosvenor Arch, Sopwith Way

These relate to the entrance to Grosvenor Arch Sopwith Way and one of the sets of stairs to Chelsea Bridge Wharf from Queenstown Road. The deadline for comments and objections is 6th February 2017 . Neither Berkeley Homes,… Continue reading

Battersea Power Station Magic Bus

The Battersea Power Station Development Company is currently driving an EMPTY Mercedes minibus around Chelsea Bridge wharf at 5 minute intervals, regularly exceeding the 5mph speed limit in Sopwith Way . This is a test run… Continue reading

Battersea is part of a huge building project – but not for Londoners

Property Vision founder Charlie Ellingworth says: “Londoners are beginning to discern a skyline that is quite out of scale with anything they are used to.” And while local buyers are “squeezed further out and into ever smaller spaces with mortgages they are not quite sure how they will ever repay”, the property business is booming. “For developers and their dependent ecosystem of estate agents, architects, lawyers and builders, it has been a one-way super-bet.”