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Date set for public inquiry into Surbiton filter beds controversy
The company behind the proposal to develop Surbiton’s filter beds has been given a date for a public inquiry into the controversy.
Kingston Council refused planning permission for 64 floating homes, plus a marina, restaurant, and more, at the Portsmouth Road site.
But Hydro Properties has appealed the decision and an inquiry has been scheduled.
The five-day investigation will take place at County Hall, Penrhyn Road, beginning on Monday, November 25, at 10am.
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