Thursday, October 22, 2015

Two SE16 Planning Applications announced in Southwark News today

I was really hoping to move away from planning issues over the next few weeks, but never mind!  There are two SE16 planning applications announced in Southwark News today the first of which will certainly be of interest to some residents. Both are categorized as "Major Planning Applications":

Ref 15/AP/4099 
Address: SURREY QUAYS LEISURE PARK, SURREY QUAYS ROAD, LONDON, SE16 1LL;jsessionid=6BDDAC2C126CB76028FB6D8BC8627E2C?action=firstPage
Application Received:  Thursday 08 Oct 2015 
Proposal:  Application for Reserved Matters for external appearance, landscaping and internal layout for Phase 1 comprising the construction of a basement and the construction of Block B (cinema) pursuant to condition 1 of planning permission 09-AP-1999 Outline planning permission for demolition of all existing buildings and erection of buildings ranging from 2 to 10 storeys (36.3m AOD) comprising 11,105 sqm leisure floorspace (including cinema) (Class D2), 2 695sqm retail floorspace (Class A1-A3), 49,276sqm of private and affordable residential accommodation (Class C3), 495 car parking spaces (142 for residential and 350 for leisure uses and 3 for commercial uses) and associated works including public and private open space, as well as detailed design for 123 rooms (4,240sqm) of student housing (sui generis use), 2500sqm commercial floorspace (Class B1), 86 residential units (included in the 49,276sqm referenced above) (Class C3) and the external appearance of any elevation facing Harmsworth Quays Printworks.
The documentation submitted for the application is here:
There are two related cases:
There are no comments from the public to date.  

Application Received: Friday 16 Oct 2015
Proposal: Variation of Condition 11 (wheelchair units) of planning permission 14-AP-0309 for: 'Redevelopment of the former Surrey Docks Stadium and land adjoining comprising demolition of existing buildings and erection of 103 residential dwellings (Use Class C3) in a series of buildings up to 4-storeys high, associated car parking and cycle parking, alterations to the existing vehicular access, enhancement to existing open space, associated landscaping, new pedestrian access/egress, and the creation of a new public park with associated works' to remove reference to the marketing of wheelchair adaptable units.
There are two associated documents here:
There are two related cases:

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