Please use the link below that clarifies why Sadiq Khan's view about taking over the MOL is simply wrong in planning terms and should be challenged:
The slightly amended version of the plans seems to mostly concern aspects of the housing estate (minor changes), alterations to play spaces, and some insignificant/ cosmetic changes to the unsustainable 'linear park'. The main concern for many of us was/is about the taking of MOL land doesn't appear to have been addressed in any way. The designation of MOL is supposed to have extremely high levels of protection, for obvious reasons. Very disappointed that the Mayor of London doesn't think this is important and seems to he want to just dismissively swat the issue away. I am not sure what his record is on recognising the importance of planning protection for green spaces (parks, commons, greens, rail corridors, captive countryside, reserves)- but the GLA's report suggests he's not that interested (compared to his interest in traffic pollution) or whether he is aware of how important this could be in terms of setting a planning precedent for developers. But, as already noted, he's plain wrong in this instance and this needs to be pointed out to him (I don't think the deadline date in this link is important):
Anyone concerned about the plans, anyone who believes they should be rejected, improved, or wants to standup for the MOL (after all this is not really about the future of the football club but about planning protection for open land) needs to get their comments in to Southwark by 16 March 2020 at the very latest. I suppose this deadline could be challenged as too soon for such a big issue.
You can view the plans using by searching for application 19/AP/1867: