Overwhelming majority votes for Knightsbridge Neighbourhood Plan at referendum
93.0% of the 376 people voting supported the Knightsbridge Neighbourhood Plan. 'Turnout' of 19.2% was good for neighbourhood planning in London.
Knightsbridge residents overwhelmingly approved the Knightsbridge Neighbourhood Plan (the ‘Plan’) in the referendum held on Thursday 18 October 2018 (the ‘Referendum’).
Ms Jill Kingaby BSc (Econ) MSc MRTPI was the Examiner for the Knightsbridge Neighbourhood Plan. Ms Kingaby submitted her Final Report on 10 July 2018 and recommended that the Plan, once modified, proceeds to Referendum on the basis it has met all the relevant legal requirements.
Third Annual General Meeting
Knightsbridge Neighbourhood Forum's (KNF's) Third Annual General Meeting is held in Conference Room 060B on Level Zero of the Skempton Building of Imperial College London, Imperial College Road, London SW7 2AZ at 6.00pm sharp on Wednesday 4 July 2018.
Local election candidates support Knightsbridge Neighbourhood Plan
Conservative candidates, Elizabeth Hitchcock and Tony Devenish, are first to support the Knightsbridge Neighbourhood Plan.
Knightsbridge Association AGM
Representatives of the Knightsbridge Neighbourhood Forum will be attending the Knightsbridge Association's Annual General Meeting from 6.45pm on Monday 15 January 2018.
Knightsbridge Neighbourhood Forum supported the Knightsbridge Association by lodging objections to two planning applications in Montpelier Street on 21 December 2017.
'Plans to sell off Hyde Park Barracks scaled back'
London Evening Standard ran two headline stories about the possible sale of the Hyde Park barracks in 2017.
Neighbourhood Planning Act 2017
Neighbourhood Planning Act 2017 received Royal Assent on 27 April 2017.