Chelsea Bridge Wharf – London’s most glamorous riverside development?

The depots on Sopwith Way, which Berkeley Homes set up in April 2016 without resident consultation or planning permission.

CHELSEA BRIDGE WHARF RESIDENT TELLS BERKELEY HOMES SOME UNCOMFORTABLE TRUTHS

On 24th August 2016, temperatures in London reached 33 C (91 F). At Chelsea Bridge Wharf, residents were forced to keep their windows closed as Berkeley Homes continued to use heavy diesel engined… Continue reading

Residents to be charged three-quarters of a million pounds + for new car park doors and entryphone

The service charges are already grossly inflated and there is no case whatsoever for these doors. Have there been numerous break-ins to the car park on P2? Have there been intruders to the building? Official statistics show that since CBW was built there has been one break into the car park and one attempted break in. The Community Safety Officer has advised that the existing doors are fit for purpose.

Berkeley Homes, Rendall & Rittner and Mysterious delays in ‘Quarterly’ Residents’ Meeting

Rendall & Rittner, managing agents at Chelsea bridge Wharf, today informed residents that the ‘quarterly’ meeting would be on October 11th. This is very strange given that the last ‘quarterly’ meeting was 1st March,… Continue reading

Berkeley Homes fail to meet Council deadline for planning application

On the 2nd August , Berkeley Homes were informed by Wandsworth Council that they were operating the depots on Sopwith Way without planning permission and that they should desist form using them or submit a retrospective planning application within 28 Days. In fact Berkeley Homes, in characteristic arrogant fashion, have done neither of those things

Berkeley Homes continue to use Sopwith Way depots without planning permission

Saturday 20th August, 09:30 am. No mercy for the residents – despite lack of planning permission, Berkeley Homes continues to operate heavy diesel engined vehicles with reversing sirens in and out of depots, metres from residents’ flats.

Wandsworth Council finds Berkeley Homes in breech of planning law at Chelsea Bridge Wharf

Berkeley Homes have been notified by Wandsworth Council that the opening of depots on Sopwith Way is an unauthorised change of use (i.e. it does not have planning permission and so is in breech of planing law). The letter to Berkeley Homes, dated 2nd August 2016, requires Berkeley Homes to shut down the depots or to submit a retrospective planning application within 28 days

Rendall & Rittner refuse to reply to request for residents’ meeting

A request was made to Rendall and Rittner on 9th June 2016 for an urgent residents’ meeting to discuss the changes which Berkeley Homes have inflicted on Chelsea Bridge Wharf  residents without consultation (HGV access to Battersea Power… Continue reading

Lorries spreading ‘muck’ on Sopwith Way

Rendall & Rittner, managing agents at Chelsea Bridge Wharf,  informed Chelsea Bridge Wharf residents today that extremely noisy sweeper cleaner vehicles will be added to the daily cacophony on Sopwith Way. Apparently the HGVs which Berkeley Homes has allowed… Continue reading

Berkeley Homes breaks its word again as Sopwith Way becomes ratrun for Battersea Power Station trucks

Berkeley Homes have granted Battersea Power Station permission to use Sopwith Way for HGV access to the Battersea Power Station site up till November 2016. As usual there was no consultation whatsoever with residents, no assessment of… Continue reading