Saturday, 13 November 2021

Residents flock to object to Fruition Properties' Mumbai Junction development despite planning portal problems

 

By this morning 347 people had commented on proposals to develop the Mumbai Junction site into a large block of flats with support for the objections coming from neighbouring resident associations.  Last weekend 4,000 leaflets about the development had been distributed in the area.

Because of the difficulties in accessing the planning portal Brent Council have extended the consultation perioud until November 18th. The best way to respond may be to email planning.comments@brent.gov.uk stating Support, Object or Neutral and giving reasons.  Comments submitted by email are not displayed on the portal. LINK

The Mumbai Restaurant is in the process of liquidation and Fruition Properties have moved in with their own freshly formed company Mumbai Junction Developments Limited.

Mr Manish Vinod Khiroya is the CEO and is also involved in the controversial City Mission Church development via Fruition Properties (Scrubs Lane) Ltd.  LINK

A Mr Manish Vinod Khiroya was mentioned in the Panama Papers connected to an off-shore company registsred in the British Virgin Islands. No illegality is suggested. LINK


 


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