At time of writing I could find nothing on the council website, on the developer’s website, or anywhere else official, but a council officials has just confirmed that the development control forum for the proposed development of the land behind the British Library will be held on:
Wednesday 10 February 6.30 – 8.30pm
St Mary and St Pancras Primary School, 45-47 Polygon Road
London, NW1 1SR
This will be the LAST formal chance for Camden residents to make their views on the proposed development before the developers submit their developent plan for the Brill Place site. (And many will have missed their only previous opportunity, a little-publicised exhibition held just before Christmas.)
It is a concern for the whole of Camden – this land is desperately needed for council housing and community facilities – but particularly for those homes that will be dramatic affected by the proposed huge, monolithic building (which a council planner has confirmed is reaching to the equivalent of 13 normal storeys) towering over the residential area, particularly Chamberlain House, Levita House, Monica Shaw Court, Phoenix Court, the Purchases Street Open Space and the Coopers Lane estate.
If you wish to email questions in advance send them to email@example.com. It will also be possible to ask questions on the night. Council is also asking that you contact that email or call 0207-974 5610 to indicate that you will be attending, although I believe that since this is a public meeting anyone who turns up should certainly be able to attend.
More on the proposed development.