The planning inspector has allowed the application for nine houses on the farmyard at Hayes Street Farm, despite strong opposition from the council and residents. This follows an earlier knock-back when plans for a block of flats at 145 Hayes Lane were allowed last year, again on appeal.
In June 2018 Bromley Council turned down the application by Rookery Estates to build 9 houses at Hayes Street Farm. However, Rookery Estates have appealed against this decision.
The appeal is being dealt with by means of a Public Inquiry which will start at 10.00 am on Tuesday 30 April 2019 and is expected to last four days. The venue for this public inquiry is to be held in committee room 2 at the Bromley Civic Centre. Further details from the Planning Inspectorate are available at https://acp.planninginspectorate.gov.uk/ViewCase.aspx?CaseID=3206947&CoID=0
The Hayes Village Association and many of the residents of Hayes remain totally against this planning application and together we will continue to resist this potential development.
HVA will be in attendance throughout the inquiry. The public are invited to attend.