Greenwich Council

Agenda and decisions

Venue: Rooms 4 & 5, Town Hall, Wellington Street, Woolwich SE18 6PW

Contact: Jean Riddler  Email: jean.riddler@royalgreenwich.gov.uk or tel: 020 8921 5857

Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies for Absence

To receive apologies for absence from Members of the Board.

2.

Urgent Business

The Chair to announce any items of urgent business circulated separately from the main agenda.

3.

Declarations of Interest pdf icon PDF 46 KB

Members to declare any personal and financial interests in items on the agenda.  Attention is drawn to the Council’s Constitution; the Council’s Code of Conduct and associated advice.

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4.

East Greenwich Gas Holder, Millennium Way, Greenwich, London. SE10 0PT - 18/1295/H pdf icon PDF 336 KB

The Board is requested to authorise the Director of Regeneration, Enterprise and Skills to make an Order to revoke the Hazardous Substances Consent in respect of the East Greenwich Gas Works Site, Blackwall Lane, Greenwich SE10;  to serve notice on those persons affected by the Order and submit the Order to the Secretary of State for confirmation as set out in the report.

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Decision:

Resolved not to authorise the Director of Regeneration, Enterprise and Skills to make an Order under section 14(1) and Section 14(2) of The Planning (Hazardous Substances) Act 1990 ("the Act") to revoke the Hazardous Substances Consent deemed to have been granted by the Council  under Section 11 of The Act and granted by express consent on the 17th May 2000 (ref 00/0465/HS) and continued by a further express consent granted on the 12th September 2002 (ref 02/1938/HS)  in respect of the East Greenwich Gas Works Site, Blackwall Lane, Greenwich SE10; 

 

1.1.1     Authorise the Director to serve notice on those persons affected by the Order; and

 

1.1.2     Submit the Order to the Secretary of State for confirmation.

 

 

 

 

5.

1a And 1c Eynsham Drive, Abbey Wood, London, SE2 9RQ - 17/4080/F pdf icon PDF 83 KB

The Board is requested to grant Full Planning Permission for the demolition of existing car wash and pet hospital and any associated structures and the re-development of the site for construction of a residential-led mixed use development, including 4 buildings ranging from 3, 8, 14 and 17-storeys, a ground level pet hospital, commercial floorspace, 59 car parking spaces, 450 cycle parking spaces, new hard and soft landscaping measures including playspace provision and refuse and recycling facilities as set out in the report.

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Decision:

Resolved to refuse full planning permission for the demolition of existing car wash and pet hospital and any associated structures and the re-development of the site for construction of a residential-led mixed use development, including 4 buildings ranging from 3, 8, 14 and 17-storeys, comprising  272 new homes, a ground level pet hospital (D1) floorspace, flexible A1/A2/A3/A4/B1/D1/D2 commercial floorspace, 59 car parking spaces, 450 cycle parking spaces, new hard and soft landscaping measures including playspace provision and refuse and recycling facilities.

6.

VIP Trading Estate and The VIP Industrial Estate, Anchor and Hope Lane, Charlton, SE7 - 16/4008/F pdf icon PDF 886 KB

The Board is requested to grant planning permission for the demolition of existing buildings and erection of 11 buildings ranging from 2 to 10 storeys in height as set out in the report; alterations to existing vehicular access and creation of new pedestrian access from Anchor and Hope Lane and the riverside, creation of new areas of open space and landscaping together with the provision of associated car parking, cycle spaces, refuse and recycling storage, plant and all other associated works'.

 

 

 

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Decision:

 

Resolved to refuse grant of planning permission for the demolition of existing buildings and erection of 11 buildings ranging from 2 to 10 storeys in height for Class C3 residential use (771 units), with flexible uses comprising Class B1 (Business), Class A1- A3 Retail / Restaurant), Class D1 (Community) and Class D2 (Leisure) at ground floor and first floor level, alterations to existing vehicular access and creation of new pedestrian access from Anchor and Hope Lane and the riverside, creation of new areas of open space and landscaping together with the provision of associated car parking, cycle spaces, refuse and recycling storage, plant and all other associated works.

 

 

7.

Deptford Creek, Norman Road, Greenwich, London, SE10 9QF - 18/0615/F pdf icon PDF 416 KB

The Board is requested to grant full planning permission in order to facilitate and increase the potential for use of the river to transport excavated material from the Tideway Greenwich Pumping Station site it is necessary to remove the tidal constraints, as set out in the report.

 

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Decision:

Resolved to grant full planning permission in order to facilitate and increase the potential for use of the river to transport excavated material from the Tideway Greenwich Pumping Station site it is necessary to remove the tidal constraints.  In line with the required the following works to be undertaken:

 

Proposed works comprising:

o   Checking the pile line for potential obstructions and removing any encountered;

o   Installation of circa 100m sheet pile retaining wall adjacent to Phoenix Wharf;

o   Installation of 9no. mooring / fender piles adjacent to Phoenix Wharf;

o   Capital dredging between the Network Rail Bridge and Creek Road Bridge (A200);

o   In-river maintenance measures to maintain the baseline (post capital dredging works) river bed profile. This includes maintenance dredging, local bed levelling, installation of scour protection (rip-rap or similar) and reactive dredging;

o   Construction of a gravel campshed alongside Phoenix Wharf including placement of stone gabion baskets to form part of the campshed;

o   Placement of permanent scour protection to protect the downstream abutments of the Network Rail Bridge, including provision for walking access across the scour protection by the Creekside centre;

o   Placement of permanent stone riprap scour protection to protect the toe of RW524 (opposite Thanet Wharf);

o   Installation of marine safety equipment / ladder access and navigational;

o   Placement of a temporary floating platform between mooring piles and river wall to prevent material being loaded into barges from falling into the creek;

 

On completion of Thames Tideway Tunnel works the following works will be undertaken to restore the creek;

o   Full removal or cropping of mooring piles to 1m below existing bed level;

o   Full removal or cropping of sheet piles to 1m below existing bed level;

o   Removal of temporary floating platform.

8.

Land at Meridian Quays off Tunnel Avenue, Greenwich, SE10 - 18/1285/F pdf icon PDF 549 KB

The Board is requested to approve full planning permission for the construction of a temporary (10 Years) two storey multi-purpose event centre (Class D2) to host a range of functions such as conferences, brand events, exhibitions and live music with associated landscaping and car and cycle parking.

 

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Decision:

Resolved to defer the item for consideration at a specially convened meeting of the Planning Board on 19 July 2018.

 

 

 

9.

Kidbrooke Village Centre, Kidbrooke Park Road, Kidbrooke, SE3 - 18/0358/MA pdf icon PDF 916 KB

The Board is requested to grant planning permissionfor an amendment to condition 1 of the planning permission dated 27th March 2015 (14/2607/F) to amend the approved plans in order to allow for changes to the landscaping of the village square and reconfiguration of loading bays.

 

 

 

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Decision:

Resolved to defer the item for consideration at a specially convened meeting of the Planning Board on 19 July 2018.

 

 

 

 

10.

Barnfield Estate, Plumstead, London, SE18 3BD - 18/0886/F pdf icon PDF 347 KB

The Board is requested to grant Planning Permission for the redevelopment of the Barnfield Estate including hard and soft landscaping works, bin storage, signage, bespoke seating, replacement of existing and installation of new external lighting and the creation of additional car parking and cycle spaces.

 

 

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Decision:

Resolved to defer the item for consideration at a specially convened meeting of the Planning Board on 19 July 2018.