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Items
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1.

Declarations of Interests pdf icon PDF 204 KB

2.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 6 KB

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3.

Heathside and Lethbridge Committee Report pdf icon PDF 323 KB

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Decision:

RESOLVED

 

That full planning permission be GRANTED for the  approval of reserved matters (condition 30) in relation to Phases 5 and 6 of the Heathside and Lethbridge Estate redevelopment comprising the construction of buildings ranging from six to seventeen (Phase 5) and seven to eight (Phase 6) storeys in height to provide 443 residential units, parking, new landscaping and other associated works, in relation to the development approved under Section 73 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 for minor material amendments to the planning permission DC/09/72554 dated 22 March 2010, as amended by: DC/10/75267 dated 29 September 2010, DC/10/75395 dated 27 January 2011, DC/12/81165 dated 24 January 2013, DC/14/087835 dated 18 August 2014, DC/14/087335 dated 28 October 2014, DC/15/090624 dated 21 April 2015, DC/15/092670 dated 21 August 2015, DC/17/101616 dated 19 June 2017, DC/17/101686 dated 24 August 2017, DC/17/104709 dated 1 December 2017, DC/18/106053 dated 29 March 2018 and DC/18/107715 dated 12 April 2019, for the redevelopment of the Heathside and Lethbridge Estates, Blackheath Hill and Lewisham Road SE10, comprising outline planning permission (Phases 2-6) for up to 512 square metres of retail floor space, 768 square metres of:

 

·         community floor space

·         an energy centre

·         1,054 residential units in buildings ranging from 3 to 17 storeys in height, together with car and cycle parking, associated highway infrastructure, public realm works.

·         provision of open space and detailed planning permission (Phase 1) for the redevelopment of land fronting onto Blackheath Hill for 138 residential units in buildings ranging from 4 to 7 storeys in height, together with car and cycle parking, associated highway infrastructure, public realm works and provision of open space; to allow for changes to layout, footprint, massing and an increase in height of blocks H and I, additional 34 residential units to Phases 5 and 6 and wider associated amendments to parking, play space and landscaping,

 

And a requirement that officers should formulate a condition in relation to:

 

·         Sinc Slope

 

o   Sinc slope

Before any work, the developer to submit a management plan prior to removal of any trees on the slope within the SINC detailing the measures which will be put in place to ensure the stability of the slope is safeguarded.

 

Reason: To ensure that the neighbouring properties are not damaged or affected by the proposed works.

 

4.

Heathside and Lethbridge Committee Report pdf icon PDF 392 KB

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Decision:

RESOLVED

 

That full planning permission be GRANTED for the construction of a three storey building on the site of 402-404 Evelyn Street, SE8, to provide 4 commercial units at ground floor, 2 one bedroom and 6 two bedroom self-contained flats on the upper floors, together with the provision of green roof, bin storage and cycle parking spaces to the rear,

 

And a requirement that officers should formulate conditions in relation to safeguarding the ground floor units for the proposed commercial uses, and

conditions requiring the approval of a delivery management plan (to include details of refuse servicing) and a construction management plan:

 

·         Use of ground floor units

·         Traffic management – deliveries

·         Traffic management – construction

 

o   Use of ground floor units

The ground floor units as shown on the Proposed Ground and First Floor Plans (drw no PR98.04 Rev D) received on 27th February 2019 shall only be used for either retail (Use Class A1), professional and financial service (Use Class A2), restaurant and café (Use Class A3) and businesses (Use Class B1 only) use and for no other purpose whatsoever (including any permitted change of use allowed by the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 revoking and re-enacting that Order with or without modification), or in any provision equivalent to that Class in any statutory instrument revoking and re-enacting that Order with or without modification.

 

Reason: To ensure that the use of the ground floor units is suitable and does not affect any other used within the building or in its curtilage.

 

 

o   Traffic management – deliveries

Delivery vehicles that are heavier than 1.5 tonnes shall not enter or exit Grinning Place without prior approval in writing from the local planning authority.

 

Reason: With aim to protect street fabric. 

 

o   Traffic management – construction

(a ) No development  or phase of development  (including demolition of existing buildings and structures) shall commence until the applicant submits traffic management plan for delivery and construction vehicles that are heavier than 1.5 tonnes

 

(b) The development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details from section (a). 

 

Reason: With aim to protect street fabric. 

 

5.

3-7 Cheseman St report pdf icon PDF 254 KB

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Decision:

RESOLVED

 

That full planning permission be GRANTED Demolition of the existing garages at the rear of 3-7 Cheseman Street SE26 and the construction of a single storey building to provide 2, two bedroom self-contained dwellings amenity space, together with the provision of cycle parking spaces and refuse and recycling stores.

 

·         To provide four commercial units (Use Class A1, A2, A3 and B1) at the ground floor and residential flats above.

·         To provide a total of eight residential flats over the two floors, comprising of two 1-bed and six 2-bed units.

And a requirement that officers should formulate a condition requiring submission of a tree protection management plan to ensure trees in adjacent gardens are protected during the course of construction for approval by the Local Planning Authority prior to commencement of the development.

 

A further condition requiring submission of measures to be undertaken to ensure ground stability will be safeguarded during the construction process for approval of Local Planning Authority (to be informed by a ground survey).