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Property details

Case reference: PP/19/05105
Address: 257-265 Kensington High Street, and 4-10 and 24 Earl's Court Road, LONDON, W8
Ward: Abingdon
Polling district: 01
Listed Building Grade: N/A
Conservation area: Edwardes Square/ Scarsdale/ Abingdon

Applicant details

Applicant's name: Kenmin (HP) Limited
Applicant company name: Montagu Evans Ltd
Contact address: 5 Bolton Street LONDON W1J 8BA

Proposal details

Application type: PP (Planning permission)
Proposed development (**Amended description**) Variation of condition 2 (approved drawings) of planning permission PP/14/07276 allowed under appeal ref. APP/K5600/W/15/3010472 (Demolition of the former Post Office delivery office, Whitlock House office building and the cinema building with retention of the cinema faτade to Kensington High Street, and construction of a basement and buildings to provide cinema facilities, 63 residential units (including affordable housing units) and associated residential facilities, retail/class D1 and office accommodation, car parking spaces, cycle parking, plant, hard and soft landscaping, public realm improvements and associated works) to allow for : a redesigned single cinema facility providing circa 887 seats (including 12 wheelchair accessible seats) with six screens accessed from Kensington High Street; flexible retail space (Use Class A1/A2/A3/A4/D1 and D2) in place of a residential entrance at ground floor behind the retained cinema facade and on Earls Court Road; 106 residential units, including 35 on-site affordable units for elderly people; office space (Use Class B1) accessed from Kensington High Street; car parking within an automated 'stacker' system; design revisions to internal layouts and facades; changes and minor increases to massing of the buildings; and associated changes to plant, hard and soft landscaping and related works. Summary of changes: Total number of units increased from 98 to 106 with an increase of affordable housing units from 30 to 35; Additional floors added to Block 2/3 (fronting Kensington High Street and Earl's Court Road), and Block 4 (fronting Earl's Court Road/Pembroke Place); Internal reconfiguration of layouts in Block 4.
Date received: 11 Jul 2019
Registration date:
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11 Jul 2019
Public consultation ends: 27 Mar 2020
Application status: Pre-Determination Stage
Target date for decision: 31 Dec 2019

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Decision by: MPDC (Major Planning Development Committee)
Date:19 May 2020
Report item number:N27

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Contact details

Planning case officer: Martin Lomas
Planning team: North
Email: planning@rbkc.gov.uk
Telephone: 020 7361 3012

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