September Security

Security Guard at the Filter Beds
At last the developers have bestowed some of vast their resources on Seething Wells.

Have they cut the chalk grassland and removed the encroaching ash, sycamore and other invasives?

Have they painted the railings?

Or was it the urgent works to the roof of the Building of Townscape Merit?

No instead they have installed a Security Firm.

24 hours!!
Meanwhile they have produced their Statement of Case. The Hydro case is broader than the case submitted by RBK and includes ecology, heritage, leisure and other issues.

A much narrower approach has been taken by the council conceding all the wider issues in the Statement of Common Ground. The council agree there would be no adverse impact on ecology and that the marina would not be detrimental to other river users.

In their Statement, Hydro assert that the site is deteriorating and that vegetation is growing in the filter beds..... so they employ security to guard it.

For info:
Planning Inspectorate link:

Or Kingston council's brand new website -you will need to scroll down for the later submissions

September, 2013


  1. Haven't you heard of the Triffids? I'd have thought it was quite obvious why you need security for plants, duh! ;)

  2. Thanks for your comment the last triffid I saw was black and white. I have not seen any black and white plants at the Filter Beds!


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