(R31) CRYSTAL PALACE CAMPAIGN -
MEDIA RELEASE - 24 July 2000
On 21 July at Bromley Magistrates Court the Licensing Justices agreed that the application by London & Regional Properties for 14 Liquor Licences at the proposed drive-on Crystal Palace Park multiplex would be heard at a later date. In view of the number of objections and issues raised, the Court needs time to look at all the material before being able to give a date, time and venue for the substantive hearing.
The Crystal Palace Campaign believes that the application for 14 liquor licences in a family Park is scandalous. Ken Lewington, Vice-Chairman, said,
“There is strong local concern at the proposed scale and concentration of licensing on this historic parkland site. We are being asked to oppose these licenses and will vigorously do so.”
After discussions with the Crystal Palace Campaign, Bromley’s Chief Planner has arranged for a complete set of reserved matters plans to be placed in the Reference Section at the Upper Norwood Library on Westow Hill, SE19 (closed Wednesdays). These show details of parking, ramps, elevations, tree felling, landscaping, drainage, the Anerley Hill Tunnel, demolitions and other works.
Acting Press Officer: Fred Emery 020 8761 0076 Mobile: 0794 117 2023
Correspondence to: Hon Secretary, 33 HogarthCourt, Fountain Drive,
London SE19 1UY Telephone/fax: 020 8670 8486 Website: www.crystal.dircon.co.uk
24 Juky 2000 Last updated 24 July 2000