London Petitions to be heard after General Election

1)     0001:

Dr Christopher John Eaglen – the owner of a freehold property in the London Borough of Hounslow.

2)     0968:

Julius Hogben on behalf of North Westminster Against HS2 HS Action Group.

3)     0862:

An association representing the residents of Gloucester Avenue, London NWl, and the residents of Primrose Hill Village, London NWl and NW3. Signed Martin Sheppard, Chairman.

4)     0495:

The Council for the London Borough of Brent. Pinsent Masons, Parliamentary Agents.

5)     0491

Mayor of London on behalf of the GLA. Pinsent Masons, Parliamentary Agents.

6)     0421

Westminster City Council. Sharpe Pritchard LLP, Parliamentary Agents.

7)     0422

West London Waste Authority. Sharpe Pritchard LLP, Parliamentary Agents.

8)    0418

Hammersmith and Fulham London Borough Council. Sharpe Pritchard LLP, Parliamentary Agents.

9)    0427

London Borough of Hillingdon. Sharpe Pritchard LLP, Parliamentary Agents.

10) 0429

Hounslow London Borough Council. Sharpe Pritchard LLP, Parliamentary Agents.

11) 0430

Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Sharpe Pritchard LLP, Parliamentary Agents.


12) 0966

Julius Hogben – resident at W10 4LG

13) 0184

London Borough of Camden. Sharpe Pritchard LLP, Parliamentary Agents.

14) 0317

Camden Lock Market Limited – owns a long leasehold interest in the land and buildings comprising Camden Lock Market (bullet points 45-47). Signed by Christopher Stanwell, Agent for the Petitioner.

15) 0324

Camden Town Centre Limited – see bullet point 5. Veale Wasbrough Vizards, Parliamentary Agents.

16) 0408

Pan Camden HS2 Alliance – volunteer and non-political group of Camden residents (about 1200 affiliates). Timothy John Stockton, Chair of the Alliance.

17) 0858

Camden Cutting Group -  a neighbourhood organisation with 192 supporters. The Camden Cutting Group speaks for those in the area

bound in the south by Granby Terrace, in the north by Parkway, in the west by Park Village East & West (including the Peabody Estate), and in the east by Arlington Road. About 3000 people live in this area. The open railway cutting leading to Euston is in the centre of this neighbourhood. Signed by Stephen Martin on behalf of the Camden Cutting Group.

18) 0861

Camden Cycling Campaign - Jean Dollimore is the coordinator and is writing on their behalf. Your petitioner represents more than 600 members and the interests of many thousands of cyclists living or working in the borough of Camden.

19) 0906

Camden Broadway Conservation Area Advisory Committee. A resident within, and Secretary of, the Advisory Committee forthe Camden

Broadway Conservation Area, on whose behalf he is petitioning (Paul Crosfield).

20) 1802

The Camden Association of Street Properties – tenants and leaseholders organisation officially recognised by the London Borough of Camden set up to represent the interests of street property tenants and leaseholders of the London Borough of Camden since 2004. Signed by Ms Petra Dando, Chair of the Camden Association of Street Properties, Agent for the Petitioner.

21) 1837

Camden Civic society – Martin Morton, chairman and representative of the society.

22) 0217

Euston Estate (GP) Limited and others (Euston Estate (NO.1) Limited/Stanright Limited/ Balfe Limited/ Michael Gross/ Euston Regeneration Partnership Limited). Bircham Dyson Bell LLP, Solicitors and Parliamentary Agents.

23) 1686

HS2 Euston Action Group – signed by Robert Latham on behalf of the Group

24) 0064

Queen’s Park Area Residents’ Association – signed by Robin Sharp

25) 0273

London Properties PTE Ltd – the freehold owner of a property known as Nash house, Old Oak Lane. Signed: Juliet Munn of King & Wood Mallesons LLP, Agent of the Petitioner.

26) 0300

Central London Commercial Estates – the petitioner is the freehold owner of a property in the London Borough of Camden. Signed by Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP, agents for the petitioner.

27) 0318

West London Composting Limited – the petitioner operates a Green Waste Recycling Business from its property which takes significant quantities of green waste from the London Boroughs (Hillingdon, Harrow and Brent) together with two local authorities, Watford Borough Council and Three Rivers District Council.) Edward Briggs – agent for the petitioner.

28) 0335

West London Pipeline & Storage Ltd - Petitioner is the owner of a high pressure pipeline system transporting refined aviation kerosene from bulk storage facilities and other pipeline systems at Buncefield Terminal in Hemel Hempstead to Heathrow Airport and Walton Terminal in Walton-on-Thames. Signed by John Bowman, agent for the petitioner.

29) 0533

London Borough of Newham. Pinsent Masons LLP, Parliamentary Agents.

30) 0538

The Council of the London Borough of Ealing. Pinsent Masons LLP, Parliamentary Agents.

31) 0904

London transport Users Committee. Stephen Locke, Chair, London Transport Users Committee.

32) 1346

The West London Line Group – signed by the Chairman (no name given)

33) 1511

University College London. Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP, Parliamentary Agents

Further London Petitions will be added to this list as we become aware of them