Agenda and draft minutes

Planning Applications Sub-Committee (1)
Tuesday 12th February, 2019 6.30 pm

Venue: Room 3.1, 3rd Floor, 5 Strand, London, WC2 5HR

Contact: Georgina Wills: Committee and Governance Officer  Tel: 020 7641 7513; Email:  gwills@westminster.gov.uk

Items
No. Item

1.

Membership

To note any changes to the membership.

Minutes:

1.1       It was noted that there were no changes to the Membership, and that all the Members were present.

 

2.

Declarations of Interest

To receive declarations by members and officers of the existence and nature of any personal or prejudicial interests in matters on this agenda.

Minutes:

2.1      The Chairman advised that a week before the meeting, all four Members of the Committee were provided with a full set of papers including a detailed officer’s report on each application; together with bundles of every single letter or e-mail received in respect of every application, including all letters and e-mails containing objections or giving support. Members of the Committee read through everything in detail prior to the meeting. Accordingly, if an issue or comment made by a correspondent was not specifically mentioned at this meeting in the officers’ presentation or by Members of the Committee, it did not mean that the issue had been ignored. Members will have read about the issue and comments made by correspondents in the papers read prior to the meeting.

 

2.2       There were no declarations of interest.

 

3.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 209 KB

To sign the minutes of the last meeting as a correct record of proceedings.

Minutes:

RESOLVED:

 

That the Minutes of the meeting held on 8 January 2019 be signed by the Chairman as a correct record of proceedings.

 

4.

Planning Applications

Applications for decision

1.

102 Ebury Street, London, SW1W 9QD pdf icon PDF 2 MB

Minutes:

Erection of a single storey rear extension at ground floor level, replacement of windows at front and rear elevations with single glazed double hung timber sash windows, replacement of rear lower ground floor window with French doors, replacement and relocation of front and rear rain and soil water pipes, reinstatement of natural welsh slate roof tiles and associated internal alterations to facilitate the change of use from a hotel (C1) to a single family residential dwelling (Class C3).

 

The application was withdrawn by the applicant.

 

 

2.

12A Clive Court, 75 Maida Vale, London,W9 1SE pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Minutes:

Replacement of existing ground floor door, replacement of existing three ground floor windows and internal alterations at ground floor level to incorporate office space and corridor into Flat 12A. (ADDENDUM REPORT)

 

Late representations were received from the applicant (10.2.19, 12.2.19), Councillor Melvyn Caplan (undated), Building Control (12.2.19) and Mono Law Solicitors (8.2.19) which included a fire risk assessment report.

 

RESOLVED UNANIMOUSLY:

 

That conditional permission be granted subject to an additional informative requesting that Building Regulations approval includes a robust of fire safety management plan.

 

3.

58 Maida Vale, London, W9 1PP pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Minutes:

Erection of a rear conservatory at upper ground floor level.

 

Late representations were received from the occupier of 60 Maida Vale, W9 1 PP (11.2.19).

 

RESOLVED UNANIMOUSLY:

 

1.         That conditional permission and conditional listed building consent be granted.

 

2.         That the reasons for granting listed building consent as set out in Informative 1 of            the draft decision letter be agreed.

 

4.

10 Rochester Row, London, SW1P 1NS pdf icon PDF 828 KB

Minutes:

Installation of ATM to shopfront.

 

A late representation was received from Councillor Selina Short (12.2.19).

 

Councillor Short addressed the committee in her capacity as a ward councillor and on behalf of her fellow Vincent Square Ward councillors.

 

RESOLVED UNANIMOUSLY:

 

That conditional permission be granted subject to an additional condition requiring approval and implementation of crime prevention measures to include lighting of the ATM and a management plan for the street in front of the ATM to include collection and disposal of waste when the store closes at the end of the day.

 

5.

46 Langham Street, London, W1W 7AX pdf icon PDF 623 KB

Minutes:

The Use of public highway for the placing of 5 wooden picnic benches in an area measuring 10m x 1.5m in Middleton Place and 1 picnic bench in an area measuring 1.5m x 1.8m on Langham Street, all enclosed by a total of 9 canvas barriers.

 

A late representation was received from Councillor Jonathan Glanz (12.2.19)

 

RESOLVED UNANIMOUSLY:

 

That conditional permission be granted.