Use of the building (lower ground and ground of nos. 78 and 80 as a restaurant (Class A3), use of lower ground, ground and first floors of no. 82 as a public house (Class A4) and use of upper floors as office (Class B1), together with extension to the rear of the existing buildings and the installation of a lift, provision of a roof terrace, installation of plant equipment, facade treatments, installation of a lift overrun and associated works (site includes 78-82 Duke Street). (Part of land use package with 18 Balderton Street and 62-64 Duke Street).
Use of part ground floor to form one new residential unit (Class C3) with associated external alterations, including the removal of the external stair in the rear lightwell (Site 2) (part of land use package with 78-82 Duke Street)
The presenting officer tabled the following conditions:
Change to condition 6 to read
You must apply to us for approval of detailing drawings of the following parts of the development at a scale of 1:20
i) All new shopfront
ii) All new windows
iii) The new office entrance on the Brown Hart Gardens frontage
You must not start any work on these parts on the development until we have approved what you have sent us.
You must then carry out he work according to these approved drawings
Change to condition 7 to read
You must apply to us for approval of detailed drawings at a scale of 1:20 showing the following alteration(s) to the scheme;
i) The provision of fixed (non -openable) glazing to the shopfronts. You must not start on these parts of the work until we have approved what you have sent us. You must then carry out the work according to the approved drawings.
Change to condition 26 to read
You must provide full details including a biodiversity management plan of the green roof and living walls. The green roof and living wall must then be provided in accordance with the approved details and plan begore you use any part of the development and thereafter you must not remove these features.
Deletion of condition 31
A late representation was received by Gerald Eve LLP (10.01.20)
Simon Armstrong from Grosvenor, spoke in support of the application
Site: 1: Grant conditional permission subject to changes to the conditions as tabled, completion of a legal agreement as above and a s106 planning obligation to secure:
i) The provision of replacement residential accommodation at 18 Balderton Street, in accordance with the approved plans, prior to the occupation of the offices at 3rd and 4th floors of 80 Duke Street
ii) Continued use of the basement and ground floor shop unit at 64-66 Duke Street for Class A1 retail purposes.
iii) Highway works
iv) Monitoring costs
2. If the s106 legal agreement has not been completed within 6 weeks then:
a) The Director of Pace Shaping and Town Planning shall consider whether the permission can be issued with additional conditions attached to secure the benefits listed above. If this is possible and appropriate, the Director of Planning is authorised to determine and issue such a decision under Delegated Powers; however, if not
b) The Director of Place Shaping and Town Planning shall consider whether permission should be refused on the grounds that it has not proved possible to complete an agreement within an appropriate timescale, and that the proposals are unacceptable in the absence of the benefits that would have been secured; if so the Director of Planning is authorised to determine the application and agree appropriate reasons for refusal under Delegated Powers.
Site 2: Grant conditional permission