Thursday 29 November 2018 5.13pm
TFL have put in their Planning application despite the fact that they assured us that they would not do so without taking the matter to the Southbank Forum.
They failed to turn up on 10th October 2018 although the item was on the Agenda
and a person representing TFL gave an assurance that this undertaking would be complied with.
The consultation was flawed and should be totally disregarded
To ask Passengers exiting Waterloo East or Southwark station whether they would like a 2nd entrance is just not on. The only consultation that should matter is the consultation with local residents of Tait House, Benson House, Ipsden Buildings and Windmill House , who are the ones this will effect.
TFL cannot be trusted .
They gave us an assurance that if this proposal went ahead, the new entrance would not be open 24 hours a day on Friday and Saturday but there application calls for this..
I challenge TFL to publish the post codes for those who were in favour of the proposal, of course they will not because it will show that the consultation was flawed
How can the pavements be widened in Greet Street
. As it is anything larger than a small car already has to mount the pavement to exit into The Cut
is a very narrow street, both narrow pavement and extremely narrow roadway.
TFL are not fit for purpose and we know that the one and only reason for wanting this new entrance is so that they can close the main entrance while they develop the high extension above the station.