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Property details

Case reference: CON/22/07715
Address: Wornington Green Estate - Land bounded by the main railway, Wornington Road, Munro Mews, Portobello Road and including land fronting Ladbroke Grove near the Barlby Road junction London W10
Ward: Golborne
Polling district: 09
Listed Building Grade: N/A
Conservation area: N/A

Applicant details

Applicant's name: Bouygues Ltd
Applicant company name: CBRE Ltd
Contact address: Henrietta House Henrietta Place London W1G 0NB

Proposal details

Application type: CON (Conditions)
Proposed development Details required by Condition 4 (Development Plot 2 (Block 6 - Murchison Gardens)), Condition 6 (Development Plot 3 (Block 6 - Wornington Road)), Condition 7 (On site sample panel Development Plot 3), Condition 8 (Development Plot 4 (Block 6 - Portobello Road)), Condition 10 (Development Plot 5 (Block 6 - Murchison Mews)), Condition 11 (On site sample panel Development Plot 5), Condition 12 (Development Plot 6 (Block 6 - Athlone Gardens)) and Condition 13 (On site sample panel Development Plot 6) of planning permission PP/20/05500 (Submission of reserved matters (layout, scale and appearance) pursuant to outline planning permission ref. PP/13/04516 dated 31/01/14 relating to Phase 2 Block 6 of the Wornington Green Estate re-development (MAJOR APPLICATION)).
Date received: 15 Dec 2022
Registration date:
(Statutory start date)
05 Jan 2023
Public consultation ends: 03 Feb 2023
Application status: Decided
Target date for decision: 02 Mar 2023

Decision details

This case has not yet been decided.

Decision: Discharge of Conditions - Grant
Decision date: 10 Jul 2023
Conditions and reasons:


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Soft landscaping details beyond the requirement of Conditions 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 criterion (e) green roof have been shown on the drawings though are not required by these conditions.ÿ The soft landscaping details shown on the drawings other than for criterion (e) green roof and (f) hard landscaping within the curtilage of each development plot do not form part of the approved details under this submission.


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The Council's Ecologist has advised as follows: Substrate depth Substrate depth for the green roofs is listed as 80-150mm (150mm for plug plant areas). Typically, wildflowers require a substrate depth of 100-150mm, so it would be beneficial to increase the substrate depth to at least 100mm across all the green roof areas. Maintenance Intensive green roofs and plug plants require careful aftercare during establishment and ongoing maintenance, including irrigation. As the roofs are being seeded rather than laid as wildflower matting, re-seeding may be required in subsequent years. Additional biodiversity enhancements 6 x swift bricks (Ibstock Eco home for swifts) built into walls of each building: These should be installed under the eaves or on walls facing north, north-east or north-west, out of direct sunlight (some of their locations on drawing no. WTG2B-IAL-ZZ-ZZ-GA-L-300008-P03 are appropriate). The chances of the new nest boxes being used are greatly increased if Swift calls are played at or near to the nest boxes from early May - end of July, between 0600 and 0900 and then again between 1800 and 2100. 2 x build-in WoodStone House double sparrow nest box: These should be installed in shade, with an aspect between north and east (their locations on drawing no. WTG2B-IAL-ZZ-ZZ-GA-L-300008-P03 are appropriate). 5 x build-in WoodStone bat box: These should be installed on sheltered, sunny aspects (south, south-east or south-west) where they will be warmed by the sun for part of the day. Their locations on drawing no. WTG2B-IAL-ZZ-ZZ-GA-L-300008-P03 show they would be installed with a north-western facing aspect. If possible, they should be relocated to a more southern aspect.


GTD/Pre-app/At submission Est.G/No amend
To assist applicants in finding solutions to problems arising in relation to their development proposals the Local Planning Authority has produced planning policies, and provided written guidance, all of which are available on the Council's website. A pre-application advice service is also offered. The scheme was submitted in accordance with advice provided through pre-application discussions.

Committee details

Decision by: This case is currently due to be decided by the Planning Committee.
Date:06 Jul 2023
Venue:The Council Chamber
Report item number:ST10

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Contact details

Planning case officer: Cheryl Saverus
Planning team: Strategic Developments Team
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 020 7361 3012

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