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Case reference: PP/21/00272
Address: 344-350 Old Brompton Road, LONDON, SW5 9JU
Ward: Earls Court
Polling district: 08
Listed Building Grade: N/A
Conservation area: Philbeach

Applicant details

Applicant's name: Earls Court Partnership Limited
Applicant company name: DP9
Contact address: 100 Pall Mall London SW1Y 5NQ

Proposal details

Application type: PP (Planning permission)
Proposed development Redevelopment of the site to provide new residential units (Class C3) and flexible commercial (CLass E) floorspace within a new building ranging in height from 4 to 9 storeys; together with plant and cycle parking facilities and associated servicing, access, landscaping and all associated ancillary works and structures (MAJOR APPLICATION)
Date received: 15 Jan 2021
Registration date:
(Statutory start date)
15 Jan 2021
Public consultation ends: 26 Mar 2021
Application status: Decided
Target date for decision: 16 Apr 2021

Decision details

This case has not yet been decided.

Decision: Granted subject to legal agreement
Decision date: 01 Oct 2021
Conditions and reasons:

1)

Time Limit The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission.
Reason - As required by Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, to avoid the accumulation of unexercised Planning Permissions.

2)

Compliance with approved drawings The development shall not be carried out except in complete accordance with the details shown on submitted plans
Reason - The details are material to the acceptability of the proposals, and to ensure accordance with the development plan.

3)

Submission of details (Full PP) Prior to commencement of the relevant part of the development, full particulars of the following shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority and the development shall not be completed otherwise than in accordance with the details so approved: (a) Detailed elevations of the approved buildings, showing the design of the facades, distribution ofthe different materials / brick patterns, including mortar details and profile; (b) Details including plans and sectional drawings of external windows (including reveals, cills, lintels, and any canopies), doors, and balconies at a scale of 1:20; (c) Detailed drawings showing the location of PV units, plant equipmentand any enclosure including materials; (d) Samples of all materials including sample panel showing the proposed colour, texture, facebond and pointing to be used on the external faces of the building that shall be provided on site and be retained on site until construction work is completed; (e) Detailed drawings including elevations, plans, and sectional drawings of all temporary interfaces with the public realm including hoarding; (f) Details of screening to all private and communal amenity spaces to ensure suitable privacy for occupants of the building and neighbouring buildings.
Reason -To preserve the character and appearance of the area and preserve the living conditions of residents in accordance with policies of the development plan in particular policies CL1, CL2, CL3, CL5 and CL6 of the Local Plan 2019.

4)

Landscaping, on-site highway, public realm and boundary treatment works - Details required (a) Prior to commencement of the relevant works, details of boundary treatment works shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. (b) Prior to commencement of landscaping works, details of a scheme of landscaping to include all existing trees and shrubs and proposed trees and shrubs (and which shall include specieis that provide opportunities for pollinators), and paths and their surfacing materials, shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. (c) Notwithstanding Condition 2 (the Approved Drawings), prior to commencement of works on the superstructure of the building full details of all on-site highway (that is not public highway) and public realm works including materials, carriageway widths, footway widths and junction arrangements shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The schemes of landscaping, on-site highway, public realm and boundary treatment works may be updated as necessary and re-submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority as required. The development shall only be carried out and maintained in accordance with the details so approved.
Reason - To protect the appearance and amenity of the area and to accord with policies of the development plan, in particular policy CR6 of the Local Plan 2019.

5)

Protection of trees during construction - Details required No development shall commence until full particulars of the method(s) by which all existing trees on the site and adjacent land are to be protected during site preparation, demolition, construction, landscaping, and other operations on the site including erection of hoardings, site cabins, or other temporary structures, shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority and the development shall be carried out only in accordance with the details so approved.
Reason - To ensure that the trees are adequately protected, to safeguard their contribution to theÿappearance and amenity of the area and accord with policies of the development plan, in particular policy CR6 of the Consolidated Local Plan. It is necessary for the condition to be on the basis that "No development shall commence until" as compliance with the requirements of the condition at a later time would result in unacceptable harm contrary to the policies of the Local Plan 2019.

6)

Provide cycle storage prior to occupation Prior to commencement of works on the superstructure of the building, details of 33 short stay cycle parking spaces, to be provided within the boundary of the application site shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The approved cycle storage shall only be carried out in accordance with the approved amended drawings and shall be provided prior to occupation of the relevant part of the development.
Reason - To ensure the safe and sustainable movement of traffic on neighbouring highways, in accordance with policies of the development plan in particular policy CT1 of the Local Plan 2019.

7)

Construction Traffic Management Plan (CTMP) No development shall commence until a Construction Traffic Management Plan has been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The statement should include: a) routeing of demolition, excavation and construction vehicles, including a response to existing or known projected major building works at other sites in the vicinity and local works in the highway; b) access arrangements to the site; c) the estimated number and type of vehicles per day/week; d) details of any vehicle holding area; e) details of the vehicle call up procedure; f) estimates for the number and type of parking suspensions that will be required; g) details of any diversion or other disruption to the public highway during preparation, demolition, excavation and construction work associated with the development; h) work programme and/or timescale for each phase of preparation, demolition, excavation and construction work associated with the development; i) details of measures to protect pedestrians and other highway users from construction activities on the highway; and j) where works cannot be contained wholly within the site a plan should be submitted showing the site layout on the highway including extent of hoarding, position of nearby trees in the highway or adjacent gardens, pedestrian routes, parking bay suspensions and remaining road width for vehicle movements. The development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved Construction Traffic Management Plan. A one page summary of the requirements of the approved CTMP shall be affixed to the frontage of the site for the duration of the works at a location where it can be read by members of the public.
Reason - To minimise the impact of construction works upon highway safety and nearby residents' enjoyment of their properties in accordance with the Basements SPD and policies CL7, CT1 and CL5 of the Local Plan 2019.ÿ It is necessary for the condition to be on the

8)

Travel Plan - Details reserved The buildings hereby approved shall not be occupied until a travel plan has been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the local planning authority with details relating to both the commercial and residential uses. The travel plan shall be monitored and reviewed in accordance with any targets within the plan, and such record made available upon request by the local planning authority.
Reason - To ensure the safe and sustainable movement of traffic on neighbouring highways, in accordance with policies of the development plan in particular policy CT1 of the Local Plan 2019.

9)

Delivery and Servicing Management Plan Prior to the occupation of each of the uses hereby approved, a final Delivery and Servicing Management Plan (including hours of servicing) shall be submitted to, and approved in writing by, the local planning authority for those respective uses and the development shall be carried out only in accordance with the details so approved, and so maintained thereafter.
Reason - To ensure that the development does not lead to the obstruction ofadjacent streets, and to minimise the impact upon highway safety and nearbyresidents' enjoyment of their properties in accordance with policies CR7, CT1 and CL5 of the Local Plan 2019.

10)

Road Safety Audit Prior to commencement of the development (save for site clearance, enabling, below ground works and temporary works) a Stage 1 and Stage 2 (detailed design) safety audit of the junction of the proposed access road and Old Brompton Road shall be undertaken and submitted to, and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
Reason- To inform the layout of the new junction and to ensure the creation of a safe and high quality pedestrian environment, to comply with policies CT1 and CR3 of the Local Plan. It is necessary for the condition to be on the basis that 'No development shall commence until' as compliance with the requirements of the condition at a later time would result in unacceptable harm contrary to the policies of the Development Plan.

11)

Access Road Management Strategy Prior to occupation of the development, a management strategy to prevent unauthorised parking within the new access road shall be submitted to and approved by the Council.
Reason - To ensure that the development does not lead to the obstruction of adjacent streets, and to minimise the impact upon highway safety and nearby residents' enjoyment of their properties in accordance with policies CR7, CT1 and CL5 of the Local Plan 2019.

12)

Refuse and Recycling Strategy The development shall not be occupied until a refuse and recycling strategy has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The strategy shall include final details of all storage facilities and the strategy for collection of refuse and recyling for both the residential and commercial uses. The development shall not be occupied until the storage is available and measures outlined in the strategy are in place, and the facilities shall thereafter be retained for use at all times.
Reason - To prevent any significant disturbance to residents of nearby properties and comply with development plan policies, in particular policies CL5 and CE5 of the Local Plan 2019.

13)

Code of Construction Practice No development shall commence until: An Appendix A Checklist and Site Construction Management Plan (SCMP) for the development have both been submitted to, and approved in writing, by the Council's Construction Management Team, and then B) Copies of the approved Checklist and Plan, and their written approval, have been submitted to the local planning authority to be placed on the property record. The development shall be carried out in accordance with the Appendix A Checklist and SCMP so approved, or in accordance with a subsequent Checklist or SCMP as may be approved under this condition. Note - The Council's Construction Management Team work independently of the planning department. For further information regarding the Code and how the required details should be submitted to them, the Council's Construction Management Team can be contactedÿon email at:ÿdehcmt@rbkc.gov.uk or tel: 020 7361 3002
Reason - To mitigate the impact of construction work upon the levels of amenity that neighbouring occupiers should reasonably expect to enjoy, and to comply with the Basements and Transport and Streets SPDs and policies CL5, CT1, CE5 and CE6 of the Local Plan 2019. It is necessary for the condition to be on the basis that "No development shall commence until" as compliance with the requirements of the condition at a later time would result in unacceptable harm contrary to the policies of the Local Plan 2019.

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Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) No development shall commence until such time as the lead contractor, or the site, is signed to the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) and its published Code of Considerate Practice, and the details of (i) the membership, (ii) contact details, (iii) working hours as stipulated under the Control of Pollution Act 1974, and (iv) Certificate of Compliance, are clearly displayed on the site so that they can be easily read by passing members of the public, and shall thereafter be maintained on display throughout the duration of the works forming the subject of this permission.
Reason - To mitigate the impact of construction work upon the levels of amenity that neighbouring occupiers should reasonably expect to enjoy, and to comply with the Basements SPD and policy CL5 of the Local Plan 2019. It is necessary for the condition to be on the basis that "No development shall commence until" as compliance with the requirements of the condition at a later time would result in unacceptable harm contrary to the policies of the Development Plan.

15)

Professional management of engineering works No development shall commence (save for site clearance and enabling works) until: (A) a Chartered Civil Engineer (MICE) or Chartered Structural Engineer (MI Struct.E)ÿhas been appointed for the duration of building works and their appointment confirmed in writing to the Local Planning Authority, and (B) the name, and contact details of the person supervising engineering and construction on site for the duration of building works have been confirmed in writing to the Local Planning Authority.ÿ In the event that either the Appointed Engineer or Appointed Supervisor cease to perform that role for whatever reason before the construction works are completed, those works shall cease until a replacement chartered engineer of the afore-described qualification or replacement supervisor has been appointed to supervise their completion and their appointment confirmed in writing to the Local Planning Authority. At no time shall any construction work take place unless an engineer and supervisor are at that time currently appointed and their appointment has been notified to this Authority in accordance with this condition.
Reason - The details are considered to be material to the acceptability of the proposal, and for safeguarding the amenity of neighbouring residential properties and to comply with the Basements SPD and policy CL7 of the Local Plan 2019. It is necessary for the condition to be on the basis that 'No development shall commence until' as compliance with the requirements of the condition at a later time would result in unacceptable harm contrary to the policies of the Development Plan

16)

Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP) No development (save for site clearance and enabling works) shall commence until a site specific Construction Environmental Management Plan has been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the local planning authority, and the development shall be carried out only in accordance with the Plan so approved
Reason - To comply with the requirements of the NPPF and policies CE3, CE5, CE6, and CL5 of the Local Plan 2019 in ensuring that effects upon air quality in the area are minimised and to accord with the Mayor of London's Best Practice Guidance 'Control of dust and emissions from construction and demolition'. It is necessary for the condition to be on the basis that 'No development shall commence until' as compliance with the requirements of the condition at a later time would result in unacceptable harm contrary to the policies of the Development Plan.

17)

Emergency Diesel Generators Part A: Prior to commencement of works on the superstructure of the building, details of emission certificates and the results of the NOx emissions testing of each Emergency Diesel Generator plant shall be submitted to and agreed in writing with the Local Planning Authority. The details should include the number, generator specification sheets, the associated NOx emissions, details of routine testing, efflux velocity and location/height of the exit flue. Part B: Prior to commencement of works on the superstructure of the building, details demonstrating that all Emergency Diesel Generator Plant and associated abatement technologies shall meet a minimum dry NOx emission standard of 95 mg/Nm-3 (at 5% O2) respectively by an accredited laboratory shall be provided following installation and thereafter on an annual basis to verify compliance of the relevant emissions standards. Where any combustion plant does not meet the relevant emission standards stated above, it should not be operated without the fitting of suitable secondary NOx abatement equipment/technology as determined by a specialist to ensure comparable emissions. Part C: Prior to occupation of the development the approved system shall be installed and be operational. Details to demonstrate where secondary abatement is used for the Emergency Diesel Generator the relevant emissions standards in Part B are met within 10 minutes of the generator commencing operation. During the operation of the emergency diesel generators there must be no persistent visible emission. The maintenance and cleaning of the systems shall be undertaken regularly in accordance with manufacturer specifications. The diesel fuelled generators shall only be used for a maximum of 48 hours when there is a sustained interruption in mains power supply to the site, and the testing shall not exceed a maximum of 12 hours per calendar year.
Reason - To comply with the requirements of the NPPF, policy SI1 of

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Ventilation Strategy Prior to commencement of works on the superstructure of the building, a Ventilation Strategy report for residential class use in order to mitigate air pollution shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The assessment should be supported with dispersion modelling to predict fa╪ade concentrations at sensitive receptor locations and specific ventilation requirements to ensure that the national Air Quality Objectives for Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) and Particulate Matter (PM10 and PM2.5) are not exceeded at receptor locations. The Ventilation Strategy report should include the following information: a) Details and locations of the air intake locations; b) Details and locations for Habitable Rooms (Bedrooms, Living Rooms) where non-openable windows can be used for ventilation other than short term purge; c) Details and locations of ventilation extracts to demonstrate that they are located a minimum of 2 metres away from the fresh air ventilation intakes, openable windows, balconies, roof gardens, terraces; d) If part (a) is not implemented details of the mechanical ventilation system with Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) and Particulate Matter (PM2.5, PM10) filtration at air intakes where there is an exceedance of the relevant air quality objectives shall be provided. The filtration system shall have a minimum efficiency of 75% in the removal of Nitrogen Oxides/Dioxides, Particulate Matter (PM2.5, PM10) in accordance with BS EN ISO 10121-1:2014 and BS EN ISO 16890:2016. The whole system shall be designed to prevent summer overheating and minimise energy usage. The maintenance and cleaning of the systems shall be undertaken regularly in accordance with manufacturer specifications and shall be the responsibility of the primary owner of the property. Approved details shall be fully implemented prior to the occupation/use of the development and thereafter permanently retained and maintained.
Reason - To comply with the req

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Ventilation Strategy (Compliance) Prior to occupation of the development, details of a post installation report of the approved ventilation strategy shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Approved details shall be fully implemented prior to the occupation of the development and thereafter permanently retained and maintained.
Reason - To comply with the requirements of the NPPF, policies D6, SI1, and SI4 of the London Plan, and Policy CE5 of the Local Plan 2019 in ensuring that impact upon air quality in the area is minimised in accordance with the London Councils 'AirQuality and Planning Guidance' recommended format.

20)

Dust and Air Quality Monitoring Plan Prior to commencement of development (save for demolition) a site-specific Dust & Air Quality Monitoring Plan shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The Plan shall include Air Quality Monitoring of NO2 and PM and used to prevent levels exceedances of the agreed site threshold trigger level for PM10 concentrations - 150 æg/m-3. The development shall only be carried out in accordance with the details within the Plan thereby approved.
Reason - To comply with the requirements of the NPPF, policies SI1 and SI2 of the London Plan, and Policy CE5 of the Local Plan 2019 in ensuring that impact upon air quality in the area is minimised in accordance with the London Councils 'AirQuality and Planning Guidance' recommended format.

21)

Non-Road Mobile Machinery All Non-road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) used during the course of the development that is within the scope of the GLA 'Control of Dust and Emissions during Construction and Demolition' Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) dated July 2014, or any successor document, shall comply with the emissions requirements therein.
Reason - To comply with the requirements of the NPPF, policy SI1 of the London Plan, and policy CE5 of the Local Plan 2019 in ensuring that impact upon air quality in the area is minimised, in accordance with the London Councils 'Air Quality and Planning Guidance' recommended format.

22)

Noise from building services plant and vents Noise emitted by all building services plant and vents shall not exceed a level 10dBA below the existing lowest LA90(10min) background noise level at any time when the plant is operating, and where the source is tonal it shall not exceed a level 15dBA below. The noise emitted shall be measured or predicted at 1.0m from the facade of the nearest neighbouring residential premises or at 1.2m above any adjacent neighbouring residential garden, terrace, balcony or patio. The plant shall be serviced regularly in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and as necessary to ensure that the requirements of the condition are maintained. If at any time the plant is determined by the local planning authority to be failing to comply with this condition, it shall be switched off upon written instruction from the local planning authority and not used again until it is able to comply.
Reason - To prevent any significant disturbance to residents of nearby properties and comply with development plan policies, in particular policy CL5 of the Local Plan 2019.

23)

Anti-vibration mounts for air-conditioning/ extraction equipment All plant and equipment, including that associated with lifts, shall not operate unless it is supported on adequate proprietary anti-vibration mounts to prevent the structural transmission of vibration and regenerated noise within adjacent or adjoining premises, and these shall be so maintained thereafter. Structureborne noise shall not exceed 25 dB LAmax(fast) at any time. If at any time the plant is unable to comply with this Condition, it shall be switched off and not used again until it is able to comply.
Reason - To prevent any significant disturbance to residents of nearby properties and comply with development plan policies, in particular policy CL5 of the Local Plan 2019.

24)

Sound Insulation - Facade Construction Prior to commencement of works on the superstructure of the building, details of the facade construction, including glazing, with commensurate composite sound insulation performance predictions, and which demonstrate that noise levels within habitable rooms shall comply with the recommendations of BS8233: 2014 Sound insulation and noise reduction for buildings', shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
Reason - To prevent any significant disturbance to residents of nearby properties and comply with development plan policies, in particular policy CL5 and CE6 of the Local Plan 2019

25)

Sound Insulation Between Commercial Uses and Dwellings Prior to commencement of works on the superstructure of the building, a scheme of sound insulation designed to prevent the transmission of excessive airborne and impact noise between the community and commercial floorspace and dwellings in the development, shall be submitted to, and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The measures shall limit noise intrusion such that it does not exceed 15 dB LAeq(5 minutes) at any time. The sound insulation shall be installed and maintained only in accordance with the details so approved. None of the approved dwellings shall be occupied until the approved insulation scheme has been fully implemented.
Reason - To prevent any significant disturbance to residents of nearby propertiesand comply with development plan policies, in particular policy CL5 and CE6 of the Local Plan 2019

26)

Re-Radiated Noise Limits and Mitigation Re-radiated noise, as a result of vibration affecting the development, should not exceed 35dBLAmax(s) mean-plus-one standard deviation within the proposed residential dwellings. Where it is predicted that noise from this source will exceed the above limit then proposals to mitigate re-radiated noise to acceptable levels shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
Reason - To prevent any significant disturbance to residents of the new dwellings and to comply with development plan policies, in particular policy CL5 of the Local Plan 2019.

27)

Vibration Dose Values Vibration Dose Values (VDV's), as defined in BS 6472:2008 shall not exceed those of Table 1 of BS 6472:2008 for 'low probability of adverse comment'. The measured or calculated VDV's, generated as a result of vibration affecting the site shall be adjusted as necessary to allow for transfer functions from the ground to the foundations and to upper floors of the proposed development. Where it ispredicted that VDV's will exceed the values of Table 1 of BS 6472:2008 for 'low probability of adverse comment' then proposals to mitigate VDV's to acceptable levels shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority prior to occupation of the residential dwellings. Thedevelopment shall be carried out only in accordance with the details so approved.
Reason - To prevent any significant disturbance to residents of nearby properties and comply with development plan policies, in particular policy CL5 of the Local Plan.

28)

Contamination - Site Investigation Scheme No development shall commence until a Proposed Intrusive Site Investigation Design (PSID) for the site and surrounding area are submitted to, and approved in writing by, the local planning authority [The PSID shall be prepared in accordance with the Environment Agency's current Land Contamination Risk Management Guidance and the Council's guidance or any subsequent updates].
Reason - To ensure any risks from land contamination are minimised, and comply with the NPPF and development plan policies, in particular policy CE7 of the Local Plan 2019. (You are advised that the Scheme must be based upon and target the risks identified in the approved preliminary risk assessment and shall provide provisions for, where relevant, the sampling of soil, soil vapour, ground gas, surface and groundwater, and will be a matter of public record). It is necessary for the condition to be on the basis that 'No development shall commence until' as compliance with the requirements of the condition at a later time would result in unacceptable harm contrary to the policies of the Development Plan.

29)

Contamination - Preliminary risk assessment report and proposed site investigation No development shall commence (except for site clearance and enabling works undertaken at ground level) until the approved Proposed Intrusive Site Investigation Design (PSID) has been fully implemented and a report including full details of the intrusive site investigation, Risk Assessment (RA), an Options Appraisal (OA) and a Remediation Strategy (RS) has been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the local planning authority [The intrusive site investigation, RA, OA, RS and any associated reporting shall be undertaken in line with the Environment Agency's current Land Contamination Risk Management Guidance and the Council's guidance or any subsequent updates]
Reason - To ensure any risks from land contamination are minimised, and comply with the NPPF and development plan policies, in particular policy CE7 of the Local Plan 2019, and to accord with CLR 11: Model Procedures for the Management of Land Contamination (Defra 2004) or the current UK requirements for sampling and testing).

30)

Contamination - Verification report No occupation or use of the development shall occur until the approved Remediation Strategies are implemented and a Verification Report (VR) has been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the local planning authority. The VR shall include full details of requirements for ongoing monitoring and maintenance and be prepared in line with the Environment Agency's current Land Contamination Risk Management Guidance and the Council's guidance or any subsequent updates. Ongoing monitoring and maintenance shall be implemented in line with the approved Verification Report.
Reason - To ensure any risks from land contamination are minimised, and comply with the NPPF and development plan policies, in particular policy CE7 of the Local Plan 2019.

31)

Contamination - Unexpected If during development, contamination not previously identified is found to be present at the site, development work shall cease and not be recommenced until a report indicating the nature of the contamination and how it is to be dealt with has been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the local planning authority.ÿThe approved measures shall be implemented in full.
Reason - To ensure any risks from land contamination are minimised, and comply with the NPPF and development plan policies, in particular policy CE7 of the Local Plan 2019, and to accord withÿ CLR 11: Model Procedures for the Management of Land Contamination (Defra 2004) or the current UK requirements for sampling and testing).

32)

Energy Performance The development shall be constructed in accordance with the submitted Hoare Lea Energy Strategy dated January 2021, demonstrating how the development will follow the hierarchy of energy efficiency, decentralised energy and renewable energy technologies to secure an overall 55% reduction in CO2 emissions beyond the baseline of Part L of the Building Regulations 2013 as outlined in the strategy. Prior to occupation of the development, evidence shall be submitted to the Local Planning Authority to demonstrate that the development has been carried out in accordance with the approved Energy Strategy including meeting the 55% reduction in CO2.
Reason - To ensure that the development contributes to the attainment of sustainable development and to comply with policy CE1 of the Local Plan 2019.

33)

Sustainable Urban Drainage System (SuDS) Prior to commencement on the superstructure of the building a Supplementary Drainage Strategy shall be submitted to, and approved in writing by, the Local Planning Authority, including the following details: (a) A detailed analysis of surface water run-off and explanation of how opportunities to maximise reductions in run-off rates will be taken on the site. Policy CE2g requires major development to achieve greenfield run-off rates including climate change in the calculations and factoring in all flows into the sewer system including groundwater, if these targets are not achieved the revised SuDS strategy should outline detailed justification for not meeting this requirement. Calculations should show the existing and proposed surface water run-off rates for the 1 in 1yr, 1 in 30yr, 1 in 100yr and 1 in 100 plus 40% CC yr events (b) Details for all the final SuDS: their location, attenuation capacity, specification, structural integrity, construction, operation, access, and maintenance. (c) Section/profile drawings of the SuDS if relevant (green roofs, blue roofs, sub-base attenuation, permeable paving, planters, species, etc.); and (d) Drainage plans to show clearly how surface water run-off will be conveyed to the SuDS and any connections to the sewer system (including pumps and hydrobrakes) if necessary. (e) Details of surface water management during construction and any exceedance routes if applicable. The SuDS shall be fully implemented in accordance with the details hereby approved and thereafter maintained.
Reason - To reduce flood risk and to contribute to sustainability in accordance with policy CE2 of the Local Plan 2019.

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Accessible and Adaptable Dwellings A minimum of 6 dwellings shall be designed and built to meet the requirement M4(3) wheelchair user dwellings contained within Part M volume 1 of the Building Regulations, as identified on the plans approved under condition 2 and thereafter maintained. The remaining 45 dwellings shall be designed and built to meet the requirement M4(2) accessible and adaptable dwellings contained within Part M volume 1 of the Building Regulations and thereafter maintained.
Reason - To ensure satisfactory provision for people with disabilities and meet the changing needs of households in accordance with development plan policies in particular policy CH2 of the Local Plan 2019Reason - To ensure satisfactory provision for people with disabilities and meet the changing needs of households in accordance with development plan policies in particular policy CH2 of the Local Plan 2019.

35)

Circular Economy Statement Prior to the commencement of the development hereby approved a Circular Economy Statement shall be submitted to, and approved in writing by, the Local Planning Authority, demonstrating: 1) how all materials arising from demolition and remediation works will be re-used and/or recycled 2) how the proposal's design and construction will reduce material demands and enable building materials, components and products to be disassembled and re-used at the end of their useful life 3) opportunities for managing as much waste as possible on site 4) adequate and easily accessible storage space and collection systems to support recycling and re-use 5) how much waste the proposal is expected to generate, and how and where the waste will be managed in accordance with the waste hierarchy 6) how performance will be monitored and reported.
Reason - To ensure waste reduction is minimised and material re-use and recycling is maximised during construction and that the proposed building is designed for adaptation, reconstruction and deconstruction; in accordance with policy SI7 of the London Plan.

36)

Whole Life-Cycle Carbon Assessment Prior to commencement of development a Whole Life-Cycle (WLC) Carbon Assessment shall be submitted to, and approved in writing by, the Local Planning Authority. The submitted Assessment shall demonstrate compliance with draft GLA 'Whole Life-Cycle Carbon Assessments Guidance' (October 2020) on how to calculate and reduce whole life-cycle carbon emissions to capture the development's carbon impact.
Reason - To ensure suitable measures are taken to minimise the carbon life-cycle of the development and to comply with policies of the Development Plan including London Plan Policy SI2.

Informatives:

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Enforcement of Conditions (PP)
Your attention is drawn to the Conditions of this Permission and to the Council's powers of enforcement, including the power to serve a Breach of Condition Notice under the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, as amended. All Conditions must be complied with. If you wish to seek to amend a Condition you should apply to do so under s.73 of the Act, explaining why you consider it is no longer necessary, or possible, to comply with a particular condition.

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Conditions - Precedent to Commencement
Conditions numbers 5, 7, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 28 impose requirements which must be met prior to commencement of the development. Failure to observe these requirements could result in the Council taking enforcement action, or may invalidate the planning permission and render the whole of the development unlawful.

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Variations to Approved Drawings
Planning permission is hereby granted for the development as shown on the approved drawings. Any variation to the approved scheme may require further permission, and unauthorised variations may lay you open to planning enforcement action. You are advised to seek advice from the Directorate of Planning and Place, before work commences, if you are thinking of introducing any variations to the approved development. Advice should urgently be sought if a problem occurs during approved works, but it is clearly preferable to seek advice at as early a stage as possible. Use the following link to see how advice can be obtained: Planning Advice Service

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Care in the Conservation Area
This property is within a Conservation Area. All building works should, therefore, be completed with great care. External facing work and detailed treatment should be finished in a manner sympathetic to the existing building. If there is any doubt about the way in which work should be carried out, you should seek the advice of the Directorate of Planning and Place.

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Planning Obligation
In granting this permission the Council has had regard to Planning Obligation(s) under Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, as amended.

6)

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The proposed development is located within 15 metres of Thames Waters underground assets and as such, the development could cause the assets to fail if appropriate measures are not taken. Please read our guide 'working near our assets' to ensure your workings are in line with the necessary processes you need to follow if you're considering working above or near our pipes or other structures. https://developers.thameswater.co.uk/Developing-a-large-site/Planning-yourdevelopment/Working-near-or-diverting-our-pipes. S hould you require further information please contact Thames Water. Email: developer.services@thameswater.co.uk Phone: 0800 009 3921 (Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm) Write to: Thames Water Developer Services, Clearwater Court, Vastern Road, Reading, Berkshire RG1 8DB

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Thames Water will aim to provide customers with a minimum pressure of 10m head (approx. 1 bar) and a flow rate of 9 litres/minute at the point where it leaves Thames Waters pipes. The developer should take account of this minimum pressure in the design of the proposed development

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Condition 7 requires the submission of a final Construction Traffic Management Plan (CTMP). The CTMP submitted pursuant to condition 7 should consider all possible routing for construction vehicles and should specifically evaluate opportunities for use of the northern access route in the routing of construction vehicles. Where the route is not used, the CTMP should demonstrate why this route is being discounted.

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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.

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Decision by: MPDC (Major Planning Development Committee)
Date:13 Jul 2021
Time:18:30
Venue:The Council Chamber
Report item number:STR6

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Planning case officer: Joseph Whitworth
Planning team: Strategic Developments Team
Email: planning@rbkc.gov.uk
Telephone: 020 7361 3012

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