-----Original Message-----
From: Myfanwy McNally
Sent: 01 April 2009 23:01
To: Brendan Tinney
Subject: RE: PROFITABLE PLOTS

If this has gone out, if not I think you could be even stronger :

 

There has been no policy change since my previous e-mail. The site remains green belt land and is highly unlikely to change in the foreseeable future. The site is not required for residential or employment development as we have enough brownfield land to meet demand/ targets. In this context Profitable Plots would need to justify some form of very special circumstances' to both the local planning authority and the Secretary of State. I am unaware of any such circumstances, therefore, in my view development of this site remains highly unlikely.

 

Myf

 

 


From: Brendan Tinney
Sent: 31 March 2009 15:22
To: Myfanwy McNally
Subject: RE: PROFITABLE PLOTS

 

Myfanwy,

 

I was going to send off this response. Do you want to ok it?

 

,

 

I am unaware of any changes since my previous e-mail. The site remains green belt land and to the best of my knowledge that is unlikely to change in the foreseeable future. I have spoken with the Council's planning policy section and have been informed that this land is not needed for residential or employment development as we have enough brownfield to meet demand/ targets. In this context Profitable Plots would need to justify some form of very special circumstances' to both the local planning authority and the Secretary of State. I am unaware of any such circumstances, therefore, in my view development of this site remains highly unlikely.

 

Regards,

Brendan Tinney

Senior Planning Officer
London Borough of Hounslow
Tel: 0208-583-4992
xxxxxxx.xxxxxx@xxxxxxxx.xxx.xx

-----Original Message-----
From:
Sent: 27 March 2009 01:25
To: Brendan Tinney
Cc: Myfanwy McNally
Subject: Re: PROFITABLE PLOTS

Dear Brenden,

 

Do you have any updated comment on profitable Plots of whom I thin are called now Profitable Group. I am getting worried as they have spent a lot of heavy marketing in Brunei where I live and a lot of my close friends and family are buying to it. Even now they are worried about the legitimacy of the company.

 

I would be very grateful for any advise or you have any if you have any findings that might shed some light positive or negative.

 

Thank you again.

 

best regards

 

Sent: Friday, October 05, 2007 5:22 PM

To:

Subject: RE: PROFITABLE PLOTS

 

,

 

My understanding is that 'Profitable Plots' own this site in Chertsey Road. The site is part of London's Metropolitan Green Belt and is mostly also identified as a nature conservation area in the Hounslow Unitary Development Plan. Both of these designations mean that residential development is very unlikely to be acceptable. If you would like further information about green belt policy you could look up PPG2 (UK Government Planning Policy Guidance on green belts). This will tell you that any building construction in green belts, other than in exceptional circumstances, has little chance of getting planning permission. You can also see the London Borough of Hounslow's Unitary Development Plan online (hounslow.gov.uk) and this will give you the same message.

 

What I can not confirm is whether or not the site will remain part of the green belt. Profitable Plots have made a case to the Council to have it excluded. This will be considered at the appropriate time in the future - certainly not in the immediate future. The indications are that the likelihood of exclusion is limited.

 

In previous queries it has been stated that PP have indicated that there is a current planning application and that we have asked for a higher density. This isn't the case if we are talking about the Chertsey Road site - and I can't think of another that it might be confused with. I wonder if there might be a misunderstanding about the term 'planning permission'?

 

In conclusion, in my opinion there is no chance whatever of this land not being green belt this time next year. And this means that the chances of a speculative planning permission being granted, within this time, for residential development is next to nil. The chances for such a permission over the longer period depend upon major changes to the planning regime - not impossible to imagine but, in my personal view, unlikely in the foreseeable future.

 

I have been told much about PP's marketing technique but I would prefer not to comment on this without first hand evidence. I also can not comment on the actual investment value of this site.

 

Regards,

Brendan Tinney.

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London Borough of Hounslow - TW3 4DN
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-----Original Message-----
From: planning comments
Sent: 05 October 2007 09:27
To: Myfanwy McNally
Cc: Brendan Tinney; Francis Saayeng
Subject: FW: PROFITABLE PLOTS

-----Original Message-----
From:
Sent: 05 October 2007 03:16
To: planning comments
Subject: FW: PROFITABLE PLOTS

> > Dear sir/madam,
> >
> > My name is … from Brunei in South East Asia. I would like to find out about a company set up in Brunei called PROFITABLE PLOTS selling plots in Hounslow.
> >
> > They have been marketing very heavily here and have been trying to persuade my family to buy some plots on their scheme. Have you any news regarding them. I fear they may be one of the many scams that are mushrooming around the world.
> >
> > Their marketing and information they give out sometimes is hard to believe that such ventures can be so profitable. They have marketed themselves to be set up in about 7 countries.
> >
> >
> > Please help me if you can
> >
> > Best regards
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
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