Holocaust Memorial inquiry information

The inquiry will re-commence on 3 November 2020 at 9:30am. Details of the inquiry procedure, how to participate in and observe the inquiry and the inquiry documents can be found below.

On 5 November 2019, the government notified the council of its decision to call in the planning application in relation to the UK Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre for a local inquiry.

1. Public inquiry and application details

Planning application

Read the full details of planning application 19/00114/FULL (Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre)

Public inquiry appeal procedure

The appeal procedure is public inquiry. It has been agreed and confirmed that this will be a virtual event run by the Planning Inspectorate. 

The confirmed opening date for the inquiry is 6 October 2020 at 10am.

The inspector David Morgan BA MA MRTPI IHBC instructed by the Secretary of State will hold an inquiry opening on the date shown above in order to report to the Secretary of State to assist with his determination.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, the inquiry will be held as a virtual event run by the inspector;  main parties and participants are invited to join via Microsoft Teams or Telephone.   

All sessions will be live streamed so that those who wish to observe (but not participate) should do so by these means. The livestream will be available on YouTube.

Anyone wishing to speak at the inquiry must make their interest known to the planning inspectorate programme officer (Laura Renaudon) after reading the inquiry attendance information set out below. Please respond either by email at holocaustmemorial@planninginspectorate.gov.uk or by leaving a telephone message at 0303 444 5531 (care of Helen Skinner). 

Inquiry attendance

Before deciding whether to take an active part in the inquiry, you need to think carefully about the points you wish to make.  All written submissions will be taken into account by the inspector and re-stating the same points won’t add any additional weight to them. 

If you feel that taking part in the inquiry is right for you in whatever capacity, you can participate in a number of ways: 

  1. To take part using video, participants will need to have access to Microsoft Teams (via an app or web browser). Alternatively, you can take part by telephone. Calls would be to an 020 number which will incur call charges.
  2. Those who wish to can observe the event on YouTube without taking an active part in the proceedings.
  3. A limited number of places will be available at Westminster City Hall, 64 Victoria Street, London SW1E 6QP for interested parties to participate during the inquiry. The facilities are intended for those without their own digital facilities or devices. Places must be booked and participants pre-registered giving as much notice as possible and in any event by 2pm on the working day before the planned attendance. Attendees must observe social distancing requirements.

If you wish to take an active part in the proceedings, please make clear in your response to the programme officer either by email to holocaustmemorial@planninginspectorate.gov.uk or by leaving a telephone message at 0303 444 5531 (care of Helen Skinner):

  • whether you wish to appear at the Inspector’s opening to address any procedural matters
  • whether you wish only to make a statement to the inquiry
  • whether you would also wish to ask questions on particular topics
  • whether you would like a place at Westminster City Hall to participate during the inquiry (making it clear which dates and times you are interested in)

If you want to take an active part but feel unable to for any reason, or the points you want to make are not covered in the evidence of others, consider whether someone else could raise them on your behalf.

Registered participants in whatever capacity will receive individual joining instructions, providing details of any requirements, guidance and support, whether joining by Microsoft Teams or telephone. The inspector will ensure that parties will have equal opportunity to put their points across.

2. Inquiry documents

National policy

CD 1.1 National Planning Policy Framework (February 2019)

Development plan

Current:

CD 2.1 The London Plan (March 2016)
CD 2.2 WCC Unitary Development Plan  (2007)
CD 2.3 WCC City Plan (2016) 

Emerging:

CD 2.4 The London Plan Intend to Publish (December 2019)
CD 2.5 City Plan 2019-2040 (Regulation 19 Publication Draft, June 2019)
CD 2.6 City Plan 2019-2040 (Schedule of Proposed Minor Modifications to the Regulation 19 Publication Draft City Plan, November 2019)
CD 2.7 City Plan 2019-2040 2031 Submission Draft Policies Map (2019)
CD 2.8 The London Plan Examination in Public: Panel Report October 2019

Supplementary planning guidance

Westminster City Council documents:

CD 3.1 Conservation Area Audit & Management Proposals Westminster Abbey and Parliament Square (September 2008)
CD 3.2 Smith Square Conservation Area Audit (January 2005)
CD 3.3 Archaeology and Planning in Westminster SPG (November 2004)
CD 3.4 Basement Development in Westminster SPD (October 2014)
CD 3.5 Design Matters in Westminster (October 2018)
CD 3.6 Statues and Monuments SPD (2008)
CD 3.7 Trees and Public Realm – A Tree Strategy for Westminster (September 2011)

Greater London Authority documents:

CD 3.8 Accessible London: Achieving an Inclusive Environment SPG (October 2014)
CD 3.9 Central Activities Zone SPG (March 2016)
CD 3.10 Character and Context SPG (June 2014)
CD 3.11 Control of Dust and Emissions during Construction and Demolition SPG (July 2014)
CD 3.12 Culture and Night-Time Economy SPG (November 2017)
CD 3.13 London Environment Strategy (May 2018)
CD 3.14 London View Management Framework SPG (March 2012)
CD 3.15 London’s World Heritage Sites – Guidance on Setting SPG (March 2012)
CD 3.16 Sustainable Design and Construction SPG (April 2014)

Other policy related documents

Westminster City Council documents:

CD 4.1 A Partnership Approach to Open Spaces and Biodiversity in Westminster (March 2019)
CD 4.2 Westminster City Council Strategic Flood Assessment (May 2010)
CD 4.3 Westminster City Council Draft Strategic Flood Assessment (2019)

Other:

CD 4.4 Mayor’s Transport Strategy (2018)
CD 4.5 Transport for London - London Cycling Design Standards (2014)
CD 4.6 ICOMOS Guidance on Heritage Impact Assessments for Cultural World Heritage Properties (2011)
CD 4.7 Operational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention (2019) amendment from Jan 18
CD 4.8 Historic England Managing Significance in Decision – Taking in the Historic Environment Historic Environment Good Practice Advice in Planning: 2 (March 2015)
CD 4.9 Historic England The Setting of Heritage Assets Historic Environment Good Practice Advice in Planning Note 3 (Second Edition) (December 2017)
CD 4.10 Historic England - Protection and Management of World Heritage Sites in England (July 2009)
CD 4.11 Historic England - Seeing the History in View (May 2011)
CD 4.12 Westminster World Heritage Site Management Plan Steering Group – The Palace of Westminster and Westminster Abbey including St Margaret’s Church World Heritage Site Management Plan (May 2007) 
CD 4.13 Planning Practice Guidance (as first published by the Government in March 2014 and regularly updated)
CD 4.14 Thames Estuary 2100 (TE2100)
CD 4.15 National Joint Utilities Group (2007), Volume 4, NJUG Guidelines for the Planning, Installation and Maintenance of Utility Services in Proximity to Trees, Issue 2.
CD 4.16 British Standard BS 5837: 2012, Trees in relation to design, demolition and construction
CD 4.17 Westminster City Ward Profiles (St. James Ward) 2018 
CD 4.17 Westminster City Ward Profiles (Vincent Square Ward) 2018
CD 4.18 World Heritage Committee – 37th session Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 16 – 27 June 2013  Item 8 of the Provisional Agenda: Establishment of the World Heritage List and of the List of World Heritage in Danger 8E: Adoption of retrospective Statements of Outstanding Universal Value; WHC-13/37.COM/8E Paris, 17 May 2013
CD 4.19 World Heritage Committee - 41st session - Krakow, Poland - 2-12 July 2017 Palace of Westminster and Westminster Abbey including Saint Margaret’s Church World Heritage Site - Mission report 21-23 February 2017; WHC.17/41.COM. Paris 2 June 2017
CD 4.20 World Heritage Committee – 41st session - Krakow, Poland 2-12 July 2017 Item 7B of the Provisional Agenda: State of conservation of properties inscribed on the World Heritage List;  WHC/17/41.COM/7B.Add.2. Paris, 8 June 2017 
CD 4.21 World Heritage Committee – 43rd session - Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan 30 June - 10 July 2019 Item 7B of the Provisional Agenda: State of conservation of properties inscribed on the World Heritage List;  WHC/19/43.COM/7B.Add. Paris, 7 June 2019
CD 4.22 List Description - Victoria Tower Gardens 
CD 4.23 List Description - Buxton Memorial 
CD 4.24 List Description - Memorial to Emmeline Pankhurst 
CD 4.25 List Description - Statuary Group of The Burghers Of Calais 
CD 4.26 List Description - River Embankment Wall from the Houses of Parliament to Lambeth Bridge 
CD 4.27 List Description - The Palace of Westminster 
CD 4.28 List Description - Lambeth Bridge and Attached Parapets, Light Standards, Associated Walls to Approaches and Obelisks 
CD 4.29 List Description - Norwest House Millbank 
CD 4.30 List Description - Nos 1 and 2 Millbank, The Church Commissioners 
CD 4.31 List descriptions – St Johns Concert Hall
CD 4.32 National Design Guide
CD 4.33 UNESCO World Heritage Centre – The Criteria for Selection

Supporting documents

Planning application documents:

CD 5.1 Environmental Statement Volume 3,  Built Heritage, Townscape and Visual Impact Assessment (December 2018)
CD 5.2 Part A Environmental Statement Volume 3, Addendum to Built Heritage, Townscape and Visual Impact Assessment (April 2019)
CD 5.2 Part B Environmental Statement Volume 3, Addendum to Built Heritage, Townscape and Visual Impact Assessment (April 2019)
CD 5.3 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix K – Flood Risk Assessment (December 2018)
CD 5.4 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Addendum to Revised Appendix K – Flood Risk Assessment (October 2019)
CD 5.5 Energy Statement (December 2018)
CD 5.6 Sustainability Statement (December 2018)
CD 5.7 Design and Access Statement (December 2018) Part 1
CD 5.7 Design and Access Statement (December 2018) Part 2
CD 5.7 Design and Access Statement (December 2018) Part 3
CD 5.7 Design and Access Statement (December 2018) Part 4
CD 5.8 Visitor Management Strategy Part 1 (December 2018)
CD 5.8 Visitor Management Strategy Part 2 (December 2018)
CD 5.9 Prime Minister’s Holocaust Commission Report “Britain’s Promise to Remember” (January 2015)
CD 5.10 Governments Estates Strategy (July 2018)

Correspondence:

CD 5.11 WCC Planning Sub-Committee Report (11 February 2020)
CD 5.12 LUC Review of the Environmental Statement for the United Kingdom Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre Final Review Report: Review of Applicant’s Response (October 2019)
CD 5.13 LUC Review of the Environmental Statement for the United Kingdom Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre Briefing Note on Alternatives (August 2019)
CD 5.14 GLA Stage 1 Report ref. GLA/5035/01 (4 March 2019)
CD 5.15 Part 1 - Historic England Response Letter (1 March 2019)
CD 5.15 Part 2 - Historic England Pre-app Letter (7 November 2018) referred to in their letter of 1 March 2019
CD 5.16 Environment Agency Response Letter (2 December 2019)
CD 5.17 Save Victoria Tower Gardens Objection (20 March 2019)
CD 5.18 A response by the Thorney Island Society Together with Save Victoria Tower Gardens (26 March 2019)
CD 5.19 Objection letter from the Thorney Island Society (uploaded to the Council’s website 15 May 2019)
CD 5.20 The Thorney Island Society’s Response to the New Environmental Statement documents, submitted by MHCLG/UKHMF in October 2019 (dated 1 January 2019)
CD 5.21 The Thorney Island Society’s Objection to the application to building a Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre in Victoria Tower Garden (19/00114/FULL) (uploaded to the Council’s website 24 February 2019)
CD 5.22 Westminster City Council Highways Department Comments – email from David Dorward dated 31 May 2019. 
CD 5.23 Part 1  VTG Conservation and Significance Statement dated January 2019
CD 5.23 Part 2 London Parks & Gardens Trust letter dated 4th February 2019 

Call-In Documents:

CD 5.24 UKHMLC Statement of Case 
CD 5.25 WCC Statement of Case 
CD 5.26 Baroness Deech Statement of Case 
CD 5.27 Learning from the Righteous Statement of Case 
CD 5.28 London Parks & Gardens Trust Statement of Case
CD 5.29 Thorney Island Society / Save Victoria Tower Gardens Statement of Case
CD 5.30 Part 1 - Statement of Common Ground
CD 5.30 Part 2 - Conditions
CD 5.31 Tree Statement of Common Ground (agreed by Applicant/ WCC/ R6)
CD 5.32 Draft S106 Agreement
CD 5.33 Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government Planning Casework Unit – Call-in Letter (5 November 2019)
CD 5.34 HM Treasury Managing Public Money (July 2013 with annexes revised March 2018)
CD 5.35 Save Victoria Tower Gardens Campaign – Security, crime and disorder assessment (20 June 2019)
CD 5.36 Part 1 Historic England Statement by Mike Dunn
CD 5.36 Part 2 Appendices to Historic England Statement by Mike Dunn
 

Further UKHMLC supporting docmuments

December 2018 planning application submission:

CD 6.1 Planning Statement (December 2018)
CD 6.2 Application Form(December 2018)
CD 6.3 BREEAM pre-assessment (December 2018)
CD 6.4 Ventilation Management Strategy (December 2018)
CD 6.5 Aboricultural Impact Assessment (December 2018)
CD 6.6 Wind Microclimate Assessment (December 2018)
CD 6.7 Structural Methodology Statement (December 2018)
CD 6.8 Waste Management Strategy (December 2018)
CD 6.9 Utilities Statement (December 2018)
CD 6.10 Environmental Statement Volume 1, Non-technical Summary (December 2018)
CD 6.11 Environmental Statement Volume 2, Main Text (December 2018)
CD 6.12 Environmental Statement Volume 4, Figures and Drawings (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix A (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix B (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix C (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix D (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix E (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix F (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix G (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix H (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix I (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix J Part 1 (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix J Part 2 (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix J Part 3 (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix J Part 4 (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix J Part 5 (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix J Part 6 (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix J Part 7 (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix J Part 8 (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix K Part 1 (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix K Part 2 (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix K Part 3 (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix L (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix M (December 2018)
CD 6.13 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Appendix N (December 2018)

April 2019 planning application addendum:

CD 6.14 Planning Statement Addendum (April 2019)    
CD 6.15 Design and Access Statement Addendum (April 2019)    
CD 6.16 Application Drawings Part 1 Existing plans (as listed in the Statement of Common Ground)
CD 6.16 Application Drawings Part 2 Proposed plans (as listed in the Statement of Common Ground)
CD 6.16 Application Drawings Part 3 Proposed plans (as listed in the Statement of Common Ground)        
CD 6.17 Energy Statement Addendum (April 2019)    
CD 6.18 Sustainability Statement Addendum (April 2019)    
CD 6.19 BREEAM Pre-assessment Addendum (April 2019)    
CD 6.20 Ventilation Statement Addendum (April 2019)    
CD 6.21 Visitor Management Strategy Addendum (April 2019)    
CD 6.22 Arboricultural Impact Assessment Addendum (April 2019)    
CD 6.23 Wind Micorclimate Assessment Addendum (April 2019)    
CD 6.24 Structural Methodology Statement Addendum (April 2019)    
CD 6.25 Waste Management Strategy Addendum (April 2019)    
CD 6.26 Air Quality Assessment Addendum (April 2019)    
CD 6.27 Environmental Statement Volume 1 – Revised Non-Technical Summary (April 2019)    
CD 6.28 Environmental Statement Volume 2 – Main Text Addendum (April 2019)    
CD 6.29 Environmental Statement Volume 4 – Figures and Drawings Addendum (April 2019)    
CD 6.30 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Amended Appendix C Revised Construction Management Plan (April 2019)    
CD 6.31 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Amended Appendix F Archaeological Desk Based Assessment (April 2019)

Other correspondence:

CD 6.32 GP+B Covering letter (23 August 2019)
CD 6.33 Bartlett Consulting Letter, ref: JH_JPL/190181/R1 (16 August 2019)
CD 6.34 Bartlett Consulting Letter, ref: JH/19018/R2 (16 August 2019)
CD 6.35 Sharon Hosegood Associates Root Investigation Report, ref: SHA 621 (7 June 2019)
CD 6.36 Dr Frank Hope Peer Review (August 2019)    Determination Stage Correspondence
CD 6.37 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Revised Appendix F Archaeological Desk Based Assessment (October 2019)
CD 6.38 Victoria Tower Gardens – Geophysical Survey Report (August 2017)
CD 6.39 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Revised Appendix K Flood Risk Assessment (July 2019) Part 1
CD 6.39 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Revised Appendix K Flood Risk Assessment (July 2019) Part 2
CD 6.40 Environmental Statement Volume 5, Revised Appendix M Transport Assessment (August 2019) 
CD 6.41 UK Holocaust Memorial, Victoria Tower Gardens SW1, City of Westminster – Report on an Archaeological Watching Brief (June 2019)
CD 6.42 UK Holocaust Memorial, Victoria Tower Gardens London SW1P Geoarchaeological Evaluation Report (November 2019)
CD 6.43 Historic England (GLAAS) Response Letter (November 2019)
CD 6.44 Sharon Hosegood Associates Root Investigation Report, ref. SHA 621 (23 March 2018)
CD 6.45 United Kingdom Holocaust Memorial, EIA Scoping Report, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (July 2018)
CD 6.46 Part 1 - The Royal Parks letter (dated 8 February 2019)
CD 6.46 Part 2 - Appendices to The Royal Parks letter
CD 6.47 Westminster Society objection letter
CD 6.48 Cathedral Area Resident’s Group email (dated 11 February 2019)
CD 6.49 Environmental Statement Volume 2, Revised Chapter 4 Alternatives (June 2020) (PINS Reg 25 further information)
CD 6.50 Ground Investigation Report by Ground Engineering dated August 2019 (ref.C14757)

Legislation

CD 7.1 Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2017
CD 7.2 Bedford Borough Council v (1) The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government and (2) Nuon UK Ltd [2012] EWHC 4344 (Admin)
CD 7.3 Decision letter of the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities & Local Government in relation to Land at Citroen Site, Capital Interchange Way, Brentford TW8 0EX (Application Ref: GLA/4279 & 01508/A/P6), dated 10 September 2020

Proofs of evidence

Applicant:

CD 8.1 Proof of Evidence of Rt Hon Ed Balls and Rt Hon Lord Pickles (1)
CD 8.2 Summary Proof of Evidence of  Rt Hon Ed Balls and Rt Hon Lord Pickles (1)
CD 8.3 Proof of Evidence of Sir David Adjaye (1)
CD 8.4 Summary of Proof of Evidence Sir David Adjaye
CD 8.5 Proof of Evidence of Asa Bruno (1)
CD 8.6 Summary of Proof of Evidence of Asa Bruno (1)
CD 8.7 Proof of Evidence of Donncha O Shea (2)
CD 8.8 Summary Proof of Evidence of Donncha O Shea (1)
CD 8.9 Proof of Evidence of Stephen Greenberg (1)
CD 8.10 Summary Proof of Evidence of Stephen Greenberg
CD 8.11 Proof of Evidence of Robert Tavernor (1)
CD 8.12 Summary of Proof of Evidence of Robert Tavernor (1)
CD 8.13 Proof of Evidence of Dr Chris Miele (1)
CD 8.14 Appendices to Proof of Evidence of Dr Chris Miele (1)
CD 8.15 Summary of Proof of Evidence of Dr Chris Miele (1)
CD 8.16 Proof of Evidence of Dr Frank Hope (1)
CD 8.17 Summary of Proof of Evidence of Dr Frank Hope (1)
CD 8.18 Proof of Evidence of Matthew Brittle (1)
CD 8.19 Summary of Proof of Evidence of Matthew Brittle (1)
CD 8.20 Proof of Evidence of Alex Andrews  (1)
CD 8.21 Proof of Evidence of Alan Ford (1)
CD 8.22 Appendix A to Proof of Evidence of Alan Ford Geophysical Survey Report _September 2017 (1)
CD 8.23 Appendix A to Proof of Evidence of Alan Ford_PoE_Appendix A_Geophysical Survey Report Appendices _September 2017 (1)
CD 8.24 Appendix A to Proof of Evidence of Alan Ford Geophysical Survey Report Figures_September 2017 (1)
CD 8.25Appendix B to Proof of Evidence of Alan Ford Detailed Desk Based Assessment_October 2019 (1)
CD 8.26 Appendix C to Proof of Evidence to Alan Ford Report on an Archaeological Watching Brief_June 2019 (1)
CD 8.27 Appendix D to Proof of Evidence to Alan Ford Geoarchaeological Evaluation Report_Nov 2019 (1)
CD 8.28 Appendix E to Proof of Evidence of Alan Ford Archaeological Mitigation Strategy_April 2020 (1)
CD 8.29 Proof of Evidence of Charlotte Nunns (1)
CD 8.30 Summary of Proof of Evidence of Charlotte Nunns (1)
CD 8. 31 Proof of Evidence of Brett Little (1)
CD 8.32 Summary of Proof of Evidence of Brett Little (1)
CD 8.33 Design Presentation_Final_080920 (1)
CD 8.34 Proof of Evidence of Chris Goddard (1)
CD 8.35 Summary of Proof of Evidence of Chris Goddard (1)

Westminster City Council:

CD 8.36 Proof of Evidence of David Dorward
CD 8.37 Proof of Evidence of Robert Ayton
CD 8.38 Appendices to Proof of Evidence of Robert Ayton
CD 8.39 Proof of Evidence of Mark Mackworth-Praed
CD 8.40 Part 1 - Appendices to Proof of Evidence of Mark Mackworth-Praed
CD 8.40 Part 2 - Helliwell, D. R. & Fordham, S. J. (1992), Tree roots and tree growth, Reading Agricultural Consultants.
CD 8.40 Part 3 - Crow, P. (2005), The Influence of Soils and Species on Tree Root Depth, Forestry Commission.
CD 8.40 Part 4 - Smiley, E.T. (undated), Preventing Grade Change Damage to Trees, Research Laboratory Technical Report, Bartlett Tree Experts.
CD 8.40 Part 5 - Benson, A., Koeser, A. K. & Morgenroth, J. (2019a), A test of tree protection zones: Responses of live oak (Quercus virginiana Mill) to root severance treatments, Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 38: 54-63.
CD 8.40 Part 6 - Perry, T. O. (1989), Tree roots: facts and fallacies, Arnoldia 49, 1-21.
CD 8.40 Part 7 - Nicoll, B.C. & Armstrong, A. (1998), Development of Prunus root systems in a city street: pavement damage and root architecture, Arboricultural Journal 22, 259-270.
CD 8.40 Part 8 - Benson, A., Morgenroth, J. & Koeser, A. (2019b), Responses of mature roadside trees to root severance treatments, Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 46.
CD 8.40 Part 9 - Benson, A., (2020), Root pruning, The Arb Magazine 189, Summer 2020, Arboricultural Association.
CD 8.40 Part 10 - Cutler, D.F., Gasson, P.E. & Farmer, M.C. (1990), The Wind Blown Tree Survey: Analysis of Results, Arboricultural Journal 14 (3), 265-286.
CD 8.40 Part 11 - Perry, T. O. (1982), The Ecology of Tree Roots and the Practical Significance Thereof, Journal of Arboriculture 8 (8) 197-211.
CD 8.40 Part 12 - Gilman, E.F. (1989), Predicting root spread from trunk diameter and branch spread, Arboricultural Journal 13, 25-32.

Baroness Deech:

CD 8.41 Proof of Evidence of Baroness Deech
Appendix (Berlin) to Proof of Evidence of Baroness Deech
Appendix (Ottowa) to Proof of Evidence of Baroness Deech 
CD 8.42 Summary Proof of Evidence of Baroness Deech
CD 8.43 Proof of Evidence of Lord Carlile
CD 8.44 Proof of Evidence of Trudy Gold

London Gardens Trust:

CD 8.45 Proof of Evidence of Hal Moggridge
CD 8.46 Part 1 Proof of Evidence of Sally Prothero
CD 8.46 Part 2 Conservation Principles, Policies and Guidance

The Thorney Island Society and Save Victoria Tower Gardens:

CD 8.47 Proof of Evidence of Christopher Thomas Peck
CD 8.48 Proof of Evidence of Clare Annamalai
CD 8.49 Proof of Evidence of Jeremy Barrell
CD 8.50 Proof of Evidence of Michael Coombs
CD 8.51 Proof of Evidence of Michael Lowndes
CD 8.52 Proof of Evidence of Rowan Moore
CD 8.53 Proof of Evidence of Susan Denyer

Learning from the Righteous:

CD 8.54 Proof of Evidence of Antony Lishak 
CD 8.55 Appendix (International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance: Recommendations for Teaching and Learning About the Holocaust) to Proof of Evidence of Antony Lishak 
CD 8.56 Appendix (Centre For Holocaust Education: What do student's know and understand about the Holocaust?) to Proof of Evidence of Antony Lishak

Applicant corrections:

CD 8.57 Part 1 Design Presentation (supersedes CD 8.33)
CD 8.57 Part 2 Notes to Design Presentation 
CD 8.58 Appendices to Proof of Evidence of Dr Chris Miele (supersedes CD 8.14)
CD 8.59 Erratum to proof of evidence of Dr Chris Miele
CD 8.60 Erratum to proof of evidence of Sir David Adjaye
CD 8.61 RIBA Announcement - Sir David Adjaye
CD 8.62 Erratum to proof of evidence of Stephen Greenberg
CD 8.63 Appendix Erratum to proof of evidence of Stephen Greenberg
CD 8.64 The Arboricultural Method Statement
CD 8.65 Dr Hope's Statement of Truth

Rebuttals and supplemental proofs:

Applicant:

CD 9.1 Rebuttal of Dr Frank Hope (Mackworth-Praed)
CD 9.2 Rebuttal of Dr Frank Hope (Barrell)
CD 9.3 Rebuttal of Asa Bruno
CD 9.4 Rebuttal of Prof Tavernor
CD 9.5 Part 1 - Rebuttal of Chris Goddard
CD 9.5 Part 2 – Note of Clarification from Applicant
CD 9.6 Rebuttal of M A Brittle
CD 9.7 Rebuttal of Charlotte Nunns
CD 9.8 Rebuttal of Sir David Adjaye
CD 9.9 Rebuttal of Brett Little
CD 9.10 Rebuttal of Alex Andrews
CD 9.11 Rebuttal of Gustafson Porter + Bowman
CD 9.12 Rebuttal of Dr Chris Miele

Learning from the Righteous:

CD 9.13 Rebuttal of Learning from the Righteous with appendices

Westminster City Council:

CD 9.14 Supplemental Proof of Mark Mackworth-Praed

Applicant:

CD 9.15 Rebuttal by Dr Frank Hope (applicant) of Mark Mackworth-Praed supplemental proof

 

Documentation submitted during the inquiry:

Interested parties inquiry speaking notes:

CD 10.1 
CD 10.2 Rudi Leavor
CD 10.3 David Cooper
CD 10.4 William Towie
CD 10.5 Sir Peter Bottomley MP
CD 10.6 Lord Howard of Rising
CD 10.7 Rabbi Jonathan Romain
CD 10.8 Vice Admiral Retd Sir Jeremy Blackham
CD 10.9 Jaya Pathak
CD 10.10 Fiorella Massey
CD 10.11 Mary Dejevsky
CD 10.12 Mala Tribich MBE
CD 10.13 Dr Sally Marlow
CD 10.14 Prof Adam Ganz
CD 10.15 Paul Thornton
CD 10.16 Dr Toby Simpson
CD 10.17 Bob Lindsey
CD 10.18
CD 10.19 Dr Pinto Duschinsky
CD 10.20 Prof Geoffrey Alderman
CD 10.21 Eric Murangwa Eugene
CD 10.22 Lord Flight
CD 10.23 Judith Adda
CD 10.24 Mala Tribich MBE
CD 10.25 Dorain Gerhold
CD 10.26 Dr Toby Simpson
CD 10.27 Chris Dawes
CD 10.28 Westminster Society
CD 10.29 Dr Pinto-Duschinsky
CD 10.30 Paul Dimond CMG
CD 10.31 Saija Singer-Seidenfaden
CD 10.32 Lord Blencathra
CD 10.33
CD 10.34 Wilfried Rimensberger
CD 10.35 Rev Graham Buckle
CD 10.36 Correspondence to which Prof Tom Lawson referred
CD 10.37 Mike Cunningham
CD 10.38 Kish Alam
CD 10.39 Dr Stephen Frankiss
CD 10.40 Natasha Kaplinsky
CD 10.41
CD 10.42 Adrian Packer CBE
CD 10.43 Archbishop Justin Welby
CD 10.44 Martyn Heather

 

Applicant Inquiry Documents:

CD 11.1 Applicant's Inquiry Appearances 
CD 11.2 Applicant's Opening Submissions
CD 11.3 Schedule of differences in tree measurements
CD 11.4 Manual for Managing Trees – Barrell Tree Consultancy
CD 11.5 Victoria Tower Gardens - Sewer Plan
CD 11.6 Asa Bruno slide XC
CD 11.7 List of 22 Countries

Westminster City Council inquiry documents:

CD 12.1 WCC Inquiry Appearances 
CD 12.2 WCC Opening Submissions 
CD 12.3 Decision Notice 13/07747/FULL Temporary Education Centre in VTG
CD 12.4 Tender Brief Extract

Rule 6 - LGT/ TIS/ SVTG inquiry documents:

CD 13.1 LGT/TIS/SVTG Inquiry Appearances 
CD 13.2 LGT/TIS/SVTG Opening Submissions
CD 13.3 Arboricultural assessment & method statement – Barrell
CD 13.4 Plan accompanying 13.03
CD 13.5 Speaking Note of Susan Denyer
CD 13.6 MOLA report re. education centre pp 13.07747.FULL (Mr Lowndes)
CD 13.7 Rowan Moore slides
CD 13.8 Hal Moggridge overlay sketch
CD 13.9 Tree Root Damage to Buildings - P.G. Biddle

Rule 6 - Baroness Deech inquiry documents:

CD 14.1 Opening Speech
CD 14.2 Exchange with Mr Cooper
CD 14.3 Speaking Note of Dr Gerhold
CD 14.4 ‘Feldman 1’ correspondence of 26 October 2015
CD 14.5 ‘Feldman 2’ correspondence of 3 November 2015
CD 14.6 UKHMF Search for a Central London Site
CD 14.7 The role of sacrality in British state-supported Holocaust remembrance
CD 14.8 The Dark Side of Holocaust Education
CD 14.9 36 Questions About the Holocaust

Rule 6 - Learning From The Righteous inquiry documents

CD 15.1 LftR Inquiry Appearances and Opening Submissions 
CD 15.2 Transcript of 1 October 2020 lecture by Prof Michael Berenbaum

Last updated: 26 October 2020