Examination of Witnesses (Questions 5200
5200. CHAIRMAN: Would you listen to my
question before you try and answer another one?
5201. MS JORDAN: Yes, I am sorry.
5202. CHAIRMAN: Did you have a copy of
what Mr Mould has read out?
5203. MS JORDAN: I have just got it this
5204. CHAIRMAN: Have you got a copy of
the information paper and the draft Deed of Settlement?
5205. MS JORDAN: No.
5206. CHAIRMAN: Are you prepared to act
as a courier to give this to
5207. MS JORDAN: I am more than happy
to act as a courier. I am much better at that than having to try
5208. CHAIRMAN: The point is that I think
it is really Mr Wheeler's department and I wondered if it could
be got to Mr Wheeler.
5209. MS JORDAN: Certainly I can get
it to Mr Wheeler this evening without any difficulty.
5210. CHAIRMAN: That would be very helpful,
and the information paper and the settlement deed, which is a
deed that concerns settlement, an agreement about settlement.
If he could have the copy of those he might be better informed
as a result.
5211. MS JORDAN: Right, okay.
5212. CHAIRMAN: Thank you very much if
you would do that.
5213. MS JORDAN: Could I just raise one
question though, because you did say that you would be informing
people, but when you read it out, and that is why I asked for
a copy just now, it says, "Petitioners who own a listed building".
We do not own listed buildings but we own a lot of buildings on
this line, but they are Victorian and they are not listed, which
is one of our major concerns. We seem to have no protection like
this. That is why I was asking: does this apply to all buildings?
It says "the running tunnels", if they own a building
on the plan of the running tunnels they "should call for
a Settlement Deed". They have to react. Are you going to
inform them or will they be told?
5214. CHAIRMAN: Ms Jordan, I am not going
to have this sort of conversation. If anybody had turned up yesterday
or whenever it was
5215. MS JORDAN: I am here today.
5216. CHAIRMAN: to ask questions
about it it would have been perfectly possible to explain it.
We have got to stop in three minutes' time and I am afraid I am
not going to have a discussion about it now. What are we going
to do on Monday?
5217. MR MOULD: In the programme of Monday
we have the petition of the Kempton Court Residents Committee,
Ms Singleton. She is going to be raising issues regarding the
impact of construction on Kempton Court which, as you know, is
just to the north of Whitechapel Station.
5218. CHAIRMAN: We know where it is.
5219. MR MOULD: On Tuesday