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12.

Declarations of Interests pdf icon PDF 31 KB

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Councillor Siddorn declared a personal interest in item (3) on the agenda as an employee of the company involved in the redevelopment of the site.

 

13.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 11 KB

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14.

St Clements Heights pdf icon PDF 161 KB

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The Planning Officer outlined details of the reserved matters application that includes details of access, appearance, layout, height and scale which was submitted in compliance with Condition (1) of the Outline planning permission DC/11/78207 dated 19 November 2013.  The Outline planning permission is for the demolition of existing buildings at St Clement's Heights and the construction of 5 three to five storey buildings comprising 50 one and two bedroom Almshouses, 20 four bedroom dwelling-houses and 26 two and three bedroom self-contained flats, together with the provision of 76 car parking spaces, cycle and refuse stores, vehicular accesses onto Sydenham Hill and Wells Park Road and associated landscaping.

 

The Committee received verbal representation from Diana Thomson, the planning agent for the scheme, who read from a prepared statement in support of the proposal.  Daniel Wood, an ecologist from ACG Ecology, answered questions from the Committee regarding ecology.  

 

The Committee also received verbal representation from an existing resident at St Clements Heights who read from a prepared statement and spoke in support of the proposal.  In addition to this, the Committee received a verbal representation from a resident of 99 Longton Avenue who raised concerns regarding the scale of development and impact upon views.  The agent circulated photographs of the current views from Longton Avenue to Members.

 

Following questions and deliberation by Members, Councillor Siddorn moved a motion to accept the officer’s recommendation and grant planning permission.  It was seconded by Councillor Muldoon.   

 

Members voted as follows:

FOR:                        Councillor Jacq Paschoud (Chair), Barnham, Jeffrey, Kennedy, Muldoon, Siddorn, Dacres

 

RESOLVED:             that planning permission be granted in respect of application No. DC/14/90031, subject to conditions as set out in the report.

15.

Deptford Railway Station pdf icon PDF 78 KB

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Minutes:

Councillor Siddons left the meeting.

The Planning Officer outlined details of the installation of four partially glazed retail frontages, internal lining and associated lining and drainage facilities to convert four unused railway arches into A1 retail units.  The application is for planning permission and listed building consent.

 

The applicant was not in attendance.

 

The Committee received a verbal representation from a local resident and member of the Deptford Society who raised concerns relating to design.

 

The Committee were in agreement that the proposed A1 use was acceptable but expressed concerns relating to the design of the shop fronts. 

 

Following questions and deliberation by Members, Councillor Kennedy moved a motion to accept the officer’s recommendation but subject to an additional condition relating to the design of the shop fronts. 

 

Members voted as follows:

FOR: Councillor Jacq Paschoud (Chair), Barnham, Jeffrey, Kennedy, Muldoon, Siddorn, Dacres, Bernards

 

RESOLVED:                      

 

1.)           That planning permission be granted in respect of application No. DC/14/ 86046, subject to conditions 1 - 6 as set out in the report and additional condition 7 as follows:

 

         (a)           No development shall commence on site until plans in full colour (of the entire shopfront) and sectional details (through the entire shopfront) at a scale of 1:10 or 1:20 showing the proposed shop fronts have been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority.  Such information shall show the location of the fascia sign, ventilation panels, the window system, side infill panels, entrance doors.

 

         (b)                      The development shall be constructed in full accordance with the approved details.

 

Reason:  In order that the local planning authority may be satisfied with the details of

the proposal and to accord with  Policy 15 High quality design for Lewisham of the

Core Strategy (June 2011) and Development Management Local Plan (November

2014) DM Policy 19 Shopfronts, signs and hoardings.

 

2.)           That Listed Building Consent be granted in respect of application No. DC/14/86271, subject to conditions 1 - 4 as set out in the report and additional condition 5 as follows:

 

         (a)           No development shall commence on site until plans in full colour (of the entire shopfront) and sectional details (through the entire shopfront) at a scale of 1:10 or 1:20 showing the proposed shop fronts have been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority.  Such information shall show the location of the fascia sign, ventilation panels, the window system, side infill panels, entrance doors.

 

         (b)                      The development shall be constructed in full accordance with the approved details.

 

Reason:  In order that the local planning authority may be satisfied with the details of

the proposal and to accord with  Policy 15 High quality design for Lewisham of the

Core Strategy (June 2011) and Development Management Local Plan (November

2014) DM Policy 19 Shopfronts, signs and hoardings.

 

Members also resolved that the application for the approval of details is determined by Members at Committee.

 

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160 - 164 New Cross Road pdf icon PDF 52 KB

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The Planning Officer outlined details of the construction an additional storey above 160-164 New Cross Road SE14, including balconies and a green roof, to provide 1 one bedroom and 1 two bedroom self contained flats.

 

The Chair reminded the Committee of the reasons for deferral at the previous Committee B. 

 

The Committee received verbal representation from Lee Turner, the planning agent for the scheme.  The proposed window arrangement drawing was circulated to Members.

 

Following deliberation by Members, Councillor Kennedy moved a motion to accept the officer’s recommendation and grant planning permission.  It was seconded by Councillor Barnham. 

 

Members voted as follows:

 

FOR:                                   Councillor Jacq Paschoud (Chair), Barnham, Jeffrey, Kennedy, Muldoon, Siddorn, Dacres

RESOLVED:                       that planning permission be granted in respect of application No. DC/14/88057, subject to conditions as set out in the report.

 

 

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90 Blackheath Hill pdf icon PDF 63 KB

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The Planning Officer outlined details of the minor material amendment in connection with planning permission (DC/14/87453) dated 3rd July 2014 for the construction of single storey extensions to the rear in order to allow a deeper extension.

 

Councillor Bernards arrived during the Planning Officer’s presentation.

 

The Committee received verbal representation from Mr Stone, the applicant who read from prepared notes. 

 

The Planning Officer pointed out inconsistencies between the photographs showing what has been built and the submitted plans.

 

The Chair sought legal advice from the Planning Lawyer who suggested deferral as an option.

 

Following this, and questions and deliberation from Members, Councillor Paschoud moved a motion to defer the decision pending clarification as to the details of the proposal.  Councillor Dacres seconded this motion. 

 

Members voted as follows:

FOR:                        Councillor Jacq Paschoud (Chair), Barnham, Jeffrey, Kennedy, Muldoon, Siddorn, Dacres

 

RESOLVED:             that a decision in respect of application DC/14/89538, be deferred for the applicant to clarify the specific details of the proposal.