Dear Gravesham Borough Council,

I request:
I. a copy of the “full measured survey” that was undertaken to consider the “sub-division of the building (namely the former Church/Gurdwara in Clarence Place) into self-contained flats”
II. the name of the firm carrying out said survey
III. the date the said survey was carried out
IV. the date the said survey was received by Gravesham Planning Department

I request:
a. a copy of the “architect’s assessment” on the “problems with conversion” of the building (namely the former Church/Gurdwara in Clarence Place) with regard to “providing light and ventilation to the central core area particularly the ground floor” as referred to in paragraph 5 of the Officer’s Report to the Regulatory Committee of Gravesham Borough Council in respect of Planning Application 20140550
b. the name of the firm carrying out said assessment
c. the date the said assessment was carried out
d. the date the said assessment was received by Gravesham Planning Department

Yours faithfully,

E Moesli

foi, Gravesham Borough Council

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