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Property details

Case reference: CON/22/03847
Address: 186 Earl's Court Road, LONDON, SW5 9QG
Ward: Earls Court
Polling district: 08
Listed Building Grade: N/A
Conservation area: N/A

Applicant details

Applicant's name: Lionacre Properties Ltd
Applicant company name: SHA Ltd
Contact address: 15 Barnet Gate Lane London EN5 2AA

Proposal details

Application type: CON (Conditions)
Proposed development Details required by Conditions 3 (submission of details - a) bicycle parking facilities and drawings showing the location(s); b) Details of waste storage and drawings showing the location(s); 5 (sound insulation); 6 (shopfront sound insulation) of planning permission PP/20/04795 (Extension to rear first floor and upward extension to create second floor. Creation of 2no. 2-bed/3person flats at first and second floor level, involving change of use to first floor from ancilliary retail to residential. Formation of new ground floor entrance from Earls Court Road to new flats. New shopfront and internal refurbishment to retained retail unit at ground floor and basement level)
Date received: 22 Jun 2022
Registration date:
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22 Jun 2022
Public consultation ends: 22 Jul 2022
Application status: Validated and Registered
Target date for decision: 17 Aug 2022

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Contact details

Planning case officer: Melissa Vingoe Wright
Planning team: South
Email: planning@rbkc.gov.uk
Telephone: 020 7361 3012

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