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AELTC Planning Application and Greater London Authority – how to make your views known

By 14 December 2023April 15th, 2024No Comments

Last Updated on 15 April 2024

Following the decision by Merton Council to approve the AELTC planning application to build on the former Wimbledon Park Golf Course and by Wandsworth Council to refuse it, Merton and Wandsworth Councils have both notified the GLA (Greater London Authority) of their decisions and the GLA has now become the planning authority.

The land is Grade II* Listed parkland and is Metropolitan Open Land akin to Green Belt which gives it the most protected status in London.

There is a quick and easy way that you can tell the GLA (Greater London Authority) that you object to the AELTC planning application. Submit a comment on the GLA website, which will be recorded as an official objection.