The 2016 applications and reports are shown below as they may still be of concern today. We watch the progress of all local applications, which sometimes remain live for long periods of time.

69-83 Park Way & 1-11 Victoria Road---------Proposed changes-  Enlargement of the roof including raising of the ridge and rear eaves height and conversion of hip to gable roof at no 9 Victoria Road, erection of a third floor extension to the rear of nos. 69-77 Park Way, with new external stairs to the side and rear and installation of front roof lights to allow for the provision of 9 new flats. .
Published on 09 October 2016

FANUK HOUSE STATION APPROACH RUISLIP----------This present office building is to be demolished to make way for a 4 storey development comprising 41 residential units. As an association we have expressed various concerns including pollution from the adjacent bus station, overlooking, significant tree removal and potential flood issues with a proposed basement car park. The application has been amended recently and we are looking at revised plans to see what changes are being proposed by the developers. 
First published on 06 October 2016.  Last updated on 15 October 2016

2 MIDCROFT, RUISLIP-----------------This planning application to demolish the existing petrol station with tanks and erection of a four storey building comprising 14 residential units and an office unit at ground floor level plus associated access, underground car parking and cycle storage having been refused by the local authority has gone to appeal to The Planning Inspectorate who will make a decision based on an exchange of written statements and a site visit. As the local residents association we do not consider that the proposed plans are in keeping or harmonise with the Conservation Area and we have supported the original decision by the local authority.

We have since learnt that this application has been withdrawn by the appellant.

First published on 17 January 2016.  Last updated on 18 April 2016

The Boyne Residential Care Home, Park Way, Ruislip. This planning application for enlargement of the existing premises having been refused by the local authority has now gone to appeal to The Planning Inspectorate. They will as part of their deliberations make a site visit. As the local residents association we are supporting adjacent neighbours concerns over what is considered overdevelopment of the site.
Published on 17 January 2016
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