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Case reference: PP/13/05341
Address: Lancer Square and 10-14 Old Court Place, LONDON, W8
Ward: Campden
Polling district: 03
Listed Building Grade: N/A
Conservation area: Kensington Palace

Applicant details

Applicant's name: Chessington Investments Ltd
Applicant company name:
Contact address: DP9 100 Pall Mall LONDON SW1Y 5NQ

Proposal details

Application type: PP (Planning permission)
Proposed development Demolition of building and structures and the construction of 22,271 sq m (GEA) mixed use development comprising four buildings ranging from four to seven storeys including 2,857 sq m. (GEA) retail use (class A1), 7,103 sq m. (GEA) office use (class B1) and 12,311 sq m. (GEA) residential use (class C3) consisting of 51 units (14 affordable) along with ancillary car and cycle parking, landscaping, highways works, plant and associated works. (Major Application)
Date received: 23 Sep 2013
Registration date:
(Statutory start date)
23 Sep 2013
Public consultation ends: 08 Nov 2013
Application status: Decided
Target date for decision: 23 Dec 2013

Decision details

This case has not yet been decided.

Decision: Permission granted, SUBJECT to S.106 ag.
Decision date: 16 Jun 2014
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, save for those details reserved by condition 10, 15, 17 and 24,
Reason - The details are material to the acceptability of the proposals, and to ensure accordance with the development plan.

3)

Demolition and Construction Management Plan No works of demolition shall be undertaken until a site specific Demolition and Construction Management Plan has been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. This should include a risk assessment and appropriate mitigation measures to minimise dust and emissions based on the Mayor's Best Practice Guidance ('The Control of Dust and Emissions from Construction and Demolition) or the London Plan control of emissions from construction and demolition SPG. The report should also include an inventory and timetable of dust generating activities, emission control methods and where appropriate air quality monitoring. The works shall be carried out in accordance with the approved plan.
Reason - To minimise the impact of the proposed demolition and construction on the amenity of neighbouring occupiers and to comply with policies of the development plan in particular policies CL5 and CE6 of the Core Strategy.

4)

Submission of external materials block 1, 2 and 3 No development (save for demolition), of: block 1 block 2 block 3 shall commence until samples of all external materials to be used in blocks 1, 2, and 3 have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The development shall not be completed otherwise than in accordance with the details so approved.
Reason - To accord with the development plan by ensuring that the character and appearance of the area are preserved and living conditions of those living near the development suitably protected.

5)

Sample panel of external materials block 1,2 and 3 Sample panels of facing brickwork and stonework showing the proposed colour, texture, facebond and pointing to be used in the external faces of: (a) block 1 (b) block 2 (c) block 3 as approved in condition 4 shall be provided on site and approved in writing by the local Planning Authority prior to the materials being brought onto site. The sample panels shall be retained on site until the work is completed.
Reason - In the interest of the character and appearance of the area in accordance with Policy CL1 and CL2 of the Core Strategy.

6)

Submission of external materials block 4 No development of block 4 (save for demolition), shall commence until samples of all external materials to be used in block 4 have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The development shall not be completed otherwise than in accordance with the details so approved.
Reason - To accord with the development plan by ensuring that the character and appearance of the area are preserved and living conditions of those living near the development suitably protected.

7)

Sample panel of external materials block 4 Sample panels of facing brickwork and stonework showing the proposed colour, texture, facebond and pointing to be used in the external faces of block 4 as approved in condition 6 shall be provided on site and approved in writing by the local Planning Authority prior to the materials being brought onto site. The sample panels shall be retained on site until the work is completed.
Reason - In the interest of the character and appearance of the area in accordance with Policy CL1 and CL2 of the Core Strategy.

8)

Details of windows block 1, 2 and 3 No development (save for demolition) shall commence until detailed drawings and samples of materials as appropriate of the proposed windows and doors, including any balcony balustrades, to be used in: (a) block 1 (b) block 2 (c) block 3 have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Drawings should be at a scale of 1:20. The development shall not be completed otherwise than in accordance with the details so approved.
Reason - To accord with the development plan by ensuring that the character and appearance of the area are preserved and living conditions of those living near the development suitably protected.

9)

Details of windows block 4 No development (save for demolition) shall commence until detailed drawings and samples of materials as appropriate of the proposed windows and doors, including any balcony balustrades, to be used in block 4 have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Drawings should be at a scale of 1:20. The development shall not be completed otherwise than in accordance with the details so approved.
Reason - To accord with the development plan by ensuring that the character and appearance of the area are preserved and living conditions of those living near the development suitably protected.

10)

Reduction in white banding The relevant part of blocks 1, 2 and 3 shall not commence until detailed drawings of the proposed white stone banding demonstrating a reduced width have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The development shall not be completed otherwise than in accordance with the details so approved.
Reason - In the interest of the character and appearance of the area in accordance with Policy CL1 and CL2 of the Core Strategy.

11)

Details of the undercroft in block 3 Block 3 shall not commence until detailed drawings of the treatment of the internal undercroft at ground floor has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. This shall include details of materials and drawings at a scale of 1:20. The development shall not be completed otherwise than in accordance with the details so approved.
Reason - In the interest of the character and appearance of the area in accordance with Policy CL1 and CL2 of the Core Strategy.

12)

Shop fronts and commercial entrances The relevant part of the development shall not commence until detailed drawings and samples of materials as appropriate, of the commercial shop fronts and office entrances have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The development shall not be completed otherwise than in accordance with the details so approved.
Reason - To accord with the development plan by ensuring that the character and appearance of the area are preserved and living conditions of those living near the development suitably protected.

13)

Details of roof level equipment The relevant part of blocks 1, 2 and 3 shall not commence until detailed drawings and samples of materials as appropriate of all roof level equipment have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. This shall include plant enclosure, details of PV stands and panels and balustrades/security rails. The development shall not be completed otherwise than in accordance with the details so approved.
Reason - In the interest of the character and appearance of the area in accordance with Policy CL1 and CL2 of the Core Strategy.

14)

Lighting Strategy block 1, 2 and 3 Prior to the occupation of blocks 1, 2 and 3, a lighting strategy for the site shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The development shall not be completed otherwise than in accordance with the details so approved.
Reason - To safeguard the neighbours amenity in accordance with the policies of the development plan, specifically Core Strategy policy CL5.

15)

Details of Office Courtyard Prior to the occupation of any part of the office accommodation herby approved, detailed drawings of the treatment of the office courtyard (including roofing over) shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The development shall not be completed otherwise than in accordance with the details so approved.
Reason - To safeguard the neighbours' amenity in accordance with the policies of the development plan, specifically Core Strategy policy CL5.

16)

Cycle storage block 1, 2 and 3 Prior to the occupation of block 1, 2 and 3 revised plans of the cycle storage area shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local Planning Authority. These plans shall demonstrate that the majority of residential spaces are provided in Sheffield stands and are all accessible, and that the commercial spaces are laid out in accordance with manufacturers guidelines. The development shall not be completed otherwise than in accordance with the details so approved and shall not be occupied until the cycle storage facilities as approved plans have been fully implemented and made available for immediate use.
Reason - To provide adequate and accessible cycle parking spaces for future occupiers of the site in accordance with Core Strategy Policy CT1.

17)

Cycle storage block 4 Prior to the occupation of block 4 revised plans of the cycle storage area shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. These plans shall demonstrate the layout of cycle stands or scooter storage as required. The development shall not be completed otherwise than in accordance with the details so approved.
Reason - To provide adequate and accessible cycle and scooter storage for future occupiers of the site in accordance with Core Strategy Policy CT1.

18)

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; 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 demolition, excavation and construction works; and h) work programme and/or timescale for each phase of the demolition, excavation and construction works; i) details of measures to protect pedestrians and other highway users from construction activities on the highway; j) work programme and/or timescale for each phase of the demolition, excavation and construction works; k) a strategy for coordinating the connection of services on site with any programme work to utilities upon adjacent land; and l) 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.
Reason - To minimise the impact of construction works upon highway safety and nearby residents' enjoyment of their properties in accordance with the Subterranean Development SPD and policies CT1 and CL5 of the Core Strategy.

19)

Contamination - preliminary risk assessment report The development shall not commence until an additional site investigation and satisfactory risk assessment above been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority relating the conditions found on site with appropriate standards. The risk assessment shall assess he degree and nature of any contamination identified in the site investigation in accordance with CLR 11: Model Procedures for the Management of Land Contamination (Defra 2004)
Reason - To ensure any risks from land contamination are minimised, and comply with the NPPF and development plan policies, in particular Saved Policies PU3 and PU4 of the Unitary Development Plan 2002

20)

Contamination - Remediation method statement The development shall not be commenced until a remediation strategy (if required) has been devised to deal with the contamination and risks identified in the additional site investigation and risks assessment report. The strategy must include all works to be undertaken, proposed remediation objectives and remediation criteria, timetable for works and site management procedures. This must be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority and the development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details.
Reason - To ensure any risks from land contamination are minimised, and comply with the NPPF and development plan policies, Saved Policies PU3 and PU4 of the Unitary Development Plan 2002 and accord with CLR 11: Model Procedures for the Management of Land Contamination (Defra 2004) or the current UK requirements for sampling and testing.

21)

Contamination - Validation report The development shall not be occupied until an appropriate validation report (if required) has been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. This must show that all contamination that presented a risk has been dealt with and that any imported topsoil for soft landscaped areas is suitable for use.
Reason - To ensure any risks from land contamination are minimised, and comply with the NPPF and development plan policies, in particular Saved Policies PU3 and PU4 of the Unitary Development Plan 2002

22)

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.
Reason - To ensure any risks from land contamination are minimised, and comply with the NPPF and development plan policies, in particular Saved Policies PU3 and PU4 of the Unitary Development Plan 2002, 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).

23)

Protection of trees during construction - Details required Development shall not be commenced until full particulars of the method(s) by which all the existing trees on the site and adjacent land are to be protected during site preparation, demolition, construction, landscaping and other operations on the site 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 Core Strategy.

24)

Trees and landscaping - Details required Before the relevant part of the development commences a scheme of hard and soft landscaping shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The scheme shall include: Details of all existing trees and shrubs and proposed trees shrubs (including details of 1m tree pits), Details of all paths shared surfaces within the site, Details of all surfacing materials, Details of all play equipment, Details of all fences and gates to be used around the site, including around the new public park. The development shall not be completed otherwise than 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 Core Strategy. ÿ

25)

Planting and replanting All tree and shrub planting forming part of the plans and details approved through this planning permission shall be carried out in the first planting and seeding season following the first occupation of the development or the completion of the development whichever is the sooner. Any trees or shrubs which, within a period of five years from the first planting and seeding season referred to above, die, are removed, or become seriously damaged or diseased, shall be replaced in the next planting season with others of similar size and species.
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 Core Strategy. ÿ

26)

Trees - Lopping and topping For the duration of works the tree(s) existing on the site at the date of this permission shall be protected so as to prevent damage above and below ground, and no tree shall be lopped, topped, or felled, or root pruned, without the prior written approval of the local planning authority.
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 Core Strategy.

27)

Sustainable Drainage System (SUDS) Development shall not commence (save for demolition) until the details of a site wide Sustainable Urban Drainage System (SUDS) has been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. This shall be fully implemented and maintained thereafter.
Reason - To reduce flood risk and to contribute to sustainability in accordance with policy CE1 of the Core Strategy.

28)

Professional management of engineering works No development shall commence until a Chartered Civil Engineer (MICE) or Chartered Structural Engineer (MI Struct.E)ÿhas been appointed to supervise the construction works throughout their duration and their appointment confirmed in writing to the Local Planning Authority. In the event that the appointed engineer ceases to perform that role for whatever reason before the construction works are completed those works will cease until a replacement chartered engineer of the afore-described qualification 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 is 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 Subterranean Development SPD and policy CL2(g) (ii) of the Core Strategy.

29)

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 Subterranean Development SPD and policy CL5 of the Core Strategy.

30)

Delivery and Servicing Management Plan block 1, 2 and 3 Prior to the occupation of blocks 1, 2 and 3 an updated delivery and servicing management plan for the site shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The occupation of the site shall be carried out in accordance with the details of the approved plan.
Reason - To prevent any significant disturbance to the highways network and adjacent uses and comply with development plan policies, in particular policy CT1 of the Core Strategy.

31)

Car Park Management Plan Prior to the occupation of blocks 1, 2 and 3 a car parking management plan for the site shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The plan should include the proposed management of residential and commercial parking and the restriction on subletting any car parking spaces. The occupation of the site shall be carried out in accordance with the details of the approved plan.
Reason - To prevent any significant disturbance to the highways network and adjacent uses and comply with development plan policies, in particular policy CT1 of the Core Strategy.

32)

Submission of details (Full PP) No development shall commence, save for demolition until full particulars of the following have been 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: Route and map of the proposed heat network Size and installed capacity of CHP Details of plant required for the CHP including details of the adequate dispersion of pollutants from the plant.
Reason - To accord with the development plan by ensuring that the sustainability measures proposed are in line with development plan policy.

33)

Combustion Plant The emissions from the combustion boilers and CHP plant shall not exceed a dry NOx level of 40mg/kWh (at 0% 02) and shall be tested in situ by an accredited laboratory.
Reason - To comply with the requirements of the NPPF and policy CE5 of the Core Strategy in ensuring that effects upon air quality in the area are minimised.

34)

Provide electric charging prior to occupation The development shall not be occupied until the 20% of the parking spaces hereby approved have been fitted with electric car charging points.
Reason - To comply with development plan policies, in particular policies 6.13 of the London Plan.

35)

BREEAM Rating - New build non-residential The non-residential floorspace shall achieve a BREEAM rating of Excellent, and none of this floorspace shall be occupied until a Post Construction Review Certificate has been issued for it certifying that a BREEAM rating of Excellent has been achieved.
Reason - To ensure that the development contributes to the attainment of sustainable development and to comply with policy CE1 of the Core Strategy.

36)

Code for Sustainable Homes The dwellings shall achieve Level 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes and none shall be occupied until a final Code Certificate has been issued for it certifying that Code Level 4 has been achieved.
Reason - To ensure that the development contributes to the attainment of sustainable development and to comply with policy CE1 of the Core Strategy.

37)

Travel Plan - Details reserved No building(s) hereby approved shall be occupied until a travel plan has been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the local planning authority. 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 Core Strategy.

38)

Privacy (Obscured glazing, fixed shut) The window(s) hereby permitted on the east elevations (facing 3a Palace Green) of block 3 shall obscurely glazed, fixed shut, and so maintained.
Reason - To safeguard the privacy of neighbouring property, and so accord with policy CL5 of the Core Strategy.

39)

Privacy (Obscured glazing, fixed shut) The window(s) hereby permitted on the east elevation (facing 3a Palace Green) of block 2 shall obscurely glazed, finished with restrictors to limit the extent of opening to 200mm, and so maintained.
Reason - To safeguard the privacy of neighbouring property, and so accord with policy CL5 of the Core Strategy

40)

Lifetime Homes The new dwelling(s) shall be constructed to 'Lifetime Homes' standards prior to occupation and shall be retained as such thereafter.
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(b) of the Core Strategy.

41)

Wheelchair Units Prior to commencement (save for demolition) details of the wheelchair units shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. 10% of all new dwellings shall be wheelchair accessible and these shall be provided prior to occupation and shall be retained as such thereafter.
Reason - To ensure satisfactory provision for people with disabilities and meet the changing needs of households in accordance with development plan polices in particular policy CH2(b) of the Core Strategy.

42)

Level access to shop The shopfronts hereby approved shall include level access from the pavement to the interior, with no step at the door.
Reason - To ensure accessibility to people with mobility difficulties and so accord with policies of the development plan, in particular CL2 (o) of the Core Strategy.

43)

Use of roof as terrace precluded Only the roof terrace on the fifth floor of block 3 identified on the approved plans shall be used an amenity terrace. All roof spaces identified as accessible or green roofs on the approved plans shall not be used at any time as a terrace.
Reason - To avoid overlooking and disturbance to neighbouring properties and so accord with policies of the development plan, in particular policy CL5 of the Core Strategy.

44)

Use of roof as terrace precluded The accessible roof terrace of block 3 identified on the approved plans shall only be occupied between the hours of 09.00 - 20.00 on any day.
Reason - To avoid disturbance to neighbouring properties and so accord with policies of the development plan, in particular policy CL5 of the Core Strategy.

45)

Use office courtyard precluded The office courtyard identified at basement level adjacent to 3a Palace Green on the approved plans shall only be used between the hours of 09.00 - 20.00 every day.
Reason - To avoid disturbance to neighbouring properties and so accord with policies of the development plan, in particular policy CL5 of the Core Strategy.

46)

Opening Hours of Square The public square hereby approved shall be open to the public between 08.00 and 20.00 on any day and shall be locked outside these hours.
Reason - To avoid disturbance to neighbouring properties and so accord with policies of the development plan, in particular policy CL5 of the Core Strategy.

47)

Noise from air conditioning plant Noise emitted by all building services plant and vents shall not increase the existing lowest LA90(10min) background noise level at any time when the plant is operating, and where the source is tonal it shall be -15dBA. The noise emitted shall be measured or predicted at 1.0m from the facade of the nearest residential premises or at 1.2m above any adjacent 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 Core Strategy.

48)

Anti-vibration mounts for air-conditioning/ extraction equipment The plant 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.
Reason - To prevent any significant disturbance to residents of nearby properties and comply with development plan policies, in particular policy CL5 of the Core Strategy.

49)

Odours from swimming pool ventilation/ filtration equipment Fumes or odours expelled from any flue serving the hygiene plant or providing ventilation to the swimming pool area shall not be detectable at the site boundary. If at any time the extraction plant is determined by the local planning authority to be failing to comply with this condition, it (or the source equipment) 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 Core Strategy.

50)

Sound Insulation No development shall commence (with the exception of demolition) until a scheme of sound insulation, designed to prevent the transmission of excessive airborne and impact noise between the ground and basement commercial use and the first floor residential use has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The development shall accord with the details so approved.
Reason - To prevent any significant disturbance to residents of the development and to comply with development plan policies, in particular policy CL5 of the Core Strategy.

Informatives:

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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.

2)

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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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This decision has been made on the merits of the case and is not reliant on the success or otherwise of further consultation required in order to amend the Traffic Management Order before changes to waiting or loading restrictions as part of the proposals can be made. This decision does not therefore prejudice the outcome of any Traffic Management Order consultation undertaken by the Highways Authority. Applicants are advised to contact the Council at least 8 months in advance of when they wish changes to be made on-street.

4)

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Naming and Numbering requirements provided under the Towns Improvement Clauses Act 1847 and the Public Health Act of 1925 mean that that premises must display their street number, and that no name or number other than that formally assigned may be displayed. Any requests for the assignment of names and numbers to new development should be made to the Executive Director, Planning and Borough Development, Town Hall, Hornton Street, W8 7NX well in advance of the completion of the building.

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The responsibility and any liability for the safe development of the site rests with the developer and/or landowner. Although the Council has used its best endeavours to determine this application on the basis of the information available to it, this does not mean that the land or adjoining land will necessarily remain free from instability. The Council's consideration has been only on the basis of the development proposed, and these considerations may be different in relation to any other development. The question of stability has been a material planning consideration and the resolution of this issue for the purposes of granting planning permission does not necessarily imply that the requirements of any other controlling authority would be satisfied and, in particular, the granting of planning permission does not give any warranty of support or stability for adjoining properties. (I63)

6)

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You are advised of the importance to ensure that all works and measures necessary to stabilise and protect all parts of the building to be retained have been put in place before the consented demolition is commenced.

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Separate approval for the works hereby granted permission/consent may be required by the Building Act 1984 and the Building Regulations 2000 (as amended), and the grant of planning permission does not imply that such approval will be given. The Director of Building Control, Town Hall, Hornton Street, W8 7NX should be consulted before works commence.

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You are reminded that, if not properly managed, construction works can lead to negative impacts on the local environment, reducing residential amenity and the safe function of the highway. The Council can prosecute developers and their contractors if work is not managed properly. For advice on how to manage construction works in the Royal Borough please see the Council's website: www.rbkc.gov.uk/environmentandtransport/adviceforbuilders.aspx. From this page you will also find guidance on what to include in Construction Traffic Management Plans (where these are required).

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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 Water pipes. You are advised to take account of this minimum pressure in the design of the proposed development

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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 Borough Development, 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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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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You are advised that the signage for the shop fronts will require further advertisement consent.

Committee details

Decision by: MPDC (Major Planning Development Committee)
Date:21 Jan 2014
Report item number:STR4

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