Waltham Forest Council received 61 planning applications in the week ending June 15

Planning applications submitted for Waltham Forest

Planning applications submitted for Waltham Forest

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Here is a list of the most recent applications submitted to the council for the week starting June 8. 

Ms Pauline Stewart: Installation of flu extraction system at 228 High Road, Leytonstone, E11  7YG. 

Mr Paul Joslin: Single story extension at 16 Hesketh Road, Forest Gate, E7 OAJ. 

Mr Farooq Patel: Alterations to external elevations at 314-316 Cann Hall Road, Leytonstone, E11 3NW. 

Castle Barrett Ltd: Rear extension to first floor at 44 Spruce Hills Road, Walthamstow, E17 4LD. 

Mr Massimo Brivati: Loft conversionwith rear dormer window at 24 Wadham Avenue, Walthamstow, E17 4HT. 

Ms Massimo Labella: Single storey front extension at 8 Carbis Road, Chingford, E4 7HW. 

Mr Ikhlaq Ahmed: Advertisement display including retention of non-illuminated double sided hoarding at 155 Sewardstone Road, Chingford, E4 7PA. 

Mr Peter Brand: Loft coversion with rear dormer at 10 Douglas Road, Chingford, E4 6DA. 

Mr Richard Casey: First floor rear extension and pitched roof over existing side extension at  59 Hawkdene, Chingford, E4 7PF. 

Ms Karen Baines: Conversion of additional third floor and conversion of garage into habitable room at 27 Echo Heights, Chingford, E4 7JZ.  

Mr Atif Maqsood: Single storey rear extension at 21 Knotts Green Road, Leyton, E10 6DD.   

Mrs Annabelle Green: Single storey rear extension at 36 Knotts Green Road, Leyton,  E10 6DE. 

Mr Mark Mansfield: Loft conversion with rear dormer window at 438 High Road, Leyton, E10 6QE. 

Bellway Homes (Thames Gatesway): small step in the block, installationm of window and gas meter cupbaord at 590-604 High Road, Leyton, E10 6RL and 1 Hainault Road, Leytonstone E11 1ED.

Mr Mike Waller: minor material amendment to car park and boundary revisions at 15-25 Hainault Road and 606-638 High Road, Leyton,  E11/E10. 

Shurgard UK Company Ltd: Construction of three-storey buildling for self-sotrage use at former Focus store site in Hickman Avenue, Highams Park, E4 9LG. 

Mr Shailesh Doshi: Single storey outbuilding at 11 Forest Drive, Woodford Green, IG8 9NG. 

Mr Opeoluwa Komolafe: Single storey rear conservatory at 47 Guildford Road, Walthamstow, E17 4EA. 

Mr James Mors: prior notfiication of proposed demolition of single-storey exisitng building (Shelz Restaurant) in 491-493 Hale End Road, Highams Park, E4 9PT. 

Mr & Mrs Wanesen: Single storey, rear side extension and loft conversation at 13 Keynsham Avenue, Woodford Green, IG8 9SZ.

Mr M Burton: Demolition of existing garage and steel construction of single storey detached garage at 22 Castle Avenue, Chingford, E4 9QD. 

Mr Kwaku Akuffo-Akoto: Single storey rear extension at 10 Brookhouse Gardens, Chingford, E4 6LZ. 

Mrs Funni Kotum: Ground floor rear extension and loft conversion at 150 Connington Crescent, Chingford, E4 6LA. 

Atlantic Property Management: Residential development comprising of 18 residential units at Friday Hill House 7 Simmons Lane, Chingford, E4 6JH. 

Cedargate Developments: Two storey rear extension and loft conversion at 20 Canning Road, Walthamstow, E17 6LT. 

Mr Thomas Mankze: Loft conversion at 8A Hawarden Road, Walthamstow, E17 6NS.

Mr Adrian Calver: Installation of 2m high gate at 14 Erskine Road and Thomas Jacob Place, Walthamstow, E17 6GR. 

London Borough of Waltham Forest: prior notification of proposed demolition of public convenience at St James Street, Walthamstow, E17. 

Ferguson Construction Ltd: Loft conversion with rear dormer window at 29 Stirling Road, Walthamstow, E17 6BS. 

East Thames Housing Group:  Demolition of existing industrial buildings and construction of four new blocks, comprising health centre, 64 residential units and provision of parking, cycle and refuse areas at 71-81 Sutherland Road and 8 St Andrew's Road, Walthamstow, E17 6BH. 

Waltham Forest Burial Trust: Extension of burial ground to include gun site playing field at  Folly Lane, Walthamstow, E17 5NT. 

Mr Raymond O'Sullivan: Single storey rear extensionat 53 Browns Road, Walthamstow, E17 4RN. 

Ms Sandhya Naik: First floor rear extension and two single storey rear extensions at 25 Grosvenor Park Road, Walthamstow, E17 9PD. 

Mr Dean Payne: Two storey side extension at 92 Harold Road, Chingford  E4 9SW. 

Akhtar Aziz: Use of existing car park as cash wash for temporary period of two years at 2B New Road, Chingford, E4 8ET. 

Mr Naeem Hussain: Demolition of existing property and construction of three-storey building of 5 flats at 18 Russell Road, Leyton, E10 7ES. 

Ms Tulin Warman: Use of dwelling as two self-contained flats at 74 Farmilo Road, Walthamstow, E17 8JW. 

Mr & Mrs Ashford: Ground floor and first floor extension and erection of single storey rear extension at 76 Dunedin Road, Leyton, E10 5NJ. 

Mrs Gina Dias: Use of ground floor at residential unit at  31 Simonds Road, Leyton, E10 7BN.

Mrs Fue Zhang:  Change of use from retail shop to restaurant at 767 High Road, Leytonstone, E11 4QS. 

Mr M Hussain: Single storey rear extension at 95-97 Hainault Road, Leytonstone, E11 1DX.

Mr Pani Patsalos: Demolition of existing garages and construction of four two storey houses at 69 Browning Road, Leytonstone, E11 3AR. 

Mr Salim Kara: Erection of single storey rear extension at 44 Fairlop Road, Leytonstone, E11. 

Miss Selina Levinson: Works to tree in conservation area at 17 Browning Road, E11 3AR.

Ms Amsa Patel:  Two storey bay window to front elevation at 39 Leyspring Road, Leytonstone, E11 3BP. 

Mr Stanley Grant: Single storey rear extension at 41 Markhouse Avenue, Walthamstow, E17 8AY. 

London Legacy Development Corporation: Construction of buildings including two tower blocks uo to a maximum heigh tof 29 storeys at land bounded by the Olympic Park at Portlands Ravens Walk and Anthems Way in the East Village, Stratford. 

Newham Council: Erecetion of hotel with up to 260 bedrooms at London City Airport in Hartmann Road, Silvertown, E16 2PX. 

Mr Abbas Kaya: Loft conversion at 133 Hampton Road, Chingford, E4 8NS. 

Mr R Lusha: Retention of metal railings and gate at front ot 31 Chingford Mount Road, E4 8LU. 

Mr Kenneth Hart: Loft conversion at 45 Sinclair Road, Chingford, E4 8PH.

Mr Santokh Singh: Single storey extension at 12 Tufton Road, Chingford, E4. 

Mr M Zajid: Loft conversion at 32 Campbell Road, Walthamstow, E17 6RR.

Mr Silas Rose: Loft conversion at 46 Brookfield Avenue, Walthamstow, E17 9ER. 

Mr Peter Widdon: Increase height of plant and enclosure by 140mm and height of rear roof at 12-20 Wood Street, Walthamstow, E17 3HT. 

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4:37pm Wed 18 Jun 14

mdj says...

This is a very valuable, if rather routine, service, since the Council no longer advertises planning applications in the local press ( in breach of the law) or even in its own free sheet, which would to some extent justify its existence.

It's interesting to see the application from the Muslim Burial Trust: this was land - several acres adjacent to the North Circular - which was given away free of charge by the Council, when the estates management officer obligingly valued it at Zero. Cemetery land is one of the most lucrative uses for space, since plots can be sold at £1000 a square metre.
It could be argued that we as tax payers lost anything between three to six million pounds by this deal.

The Chair of the Trust at the time, by amazing coincidence, was the then Labour Mayor, Mr Ali. The report recommending the gift was drafted by an official who had formerly been the Labour Leader of the Council
This is a very valuable, if rather routine, service, since the Council no longer advertises planning applications in the local press ( in breach of the law) or even in its own free sheet, which would to some extent justify its existence. It's interesting to see the application from the Muslim Burial Trust: this was land - several acres adjacent to the North Circular - which was given away free of charge by the Council, when the estates management officer obligingly valued it at Zero. Cemetery land is one of the most lucrative uses for space, since plots can be sold at £1000 a square metre. It could be argued that we as tax payers lost anything between three to six million pounds by this deal. The Chair of the Trust at the time, by amazing coincidence, was the then Labour Mayor, Mr Ali. The report recommending the gift was drafted by an official who had formerly been the Labour Leader of the Council mdj
  • Score: 19

9:03pm Wed 18 Jun 14

everoptimistic says...

Wonder if this means that the council are finally going to comply with the order to stop publishing the WFN on a regular basis. Interesting to see if they have paid for an advertisement in the Guardian or have they got them to put it in for free. We will know when it comes out tomorrow. Either way it is very valuable information and should have been published for years. No reason why it could not have been put in the WFN every fortnight. Other councils manage to publish their planning applications with no bother. Perhaps too many of our councillors don't want us to know what they are up to.
Wonder if this means that the council are finally going to comply with the order to stop publishing the WFN on a regular basis. Interesting to see if they have paid for an advertisement in the Guardian or have they got them to put it in for free. We will know when it comes out tomorrow. Either way it is very valuable information and should have been published for years. No reason why it could not have been put in the WFN every fortnight. Other councils manage to publish their planning applications with no bother. Perhaps too many of our councillors don't want us to know what they are up to. everoptimistic
  • Score: 9

9:08pm Wed 18 Jun 14

everoptimistic says...

There are not 64 applications listed. Also notice that another public toilet is to be demolished. It would be nice to have somewhere to pee when out shopping. This would be one of my priorities for the council to provide before they start painting things rainbow colours or letting off fireworks. Get the basics right first. Loos and libraries please.
There are not 64 applications listed. Also notice that another public toilet is to be demolished. It would be nice to have somewhere to pee when out shopping. This would be one of my priorities for the council to provide before they start painting things rainbow colours or letting off fireworks. Get the basics right first. Loos and libraries please. everoptimistic
  • Score: 10

9:09pm Wed 18 Jun 14

everoptimistic says...

Sorry - 61.
Sorry - 61. everoptimistic
  • Score: 0

9:35pm Wed 18 Jun 14

Villagecranberry says...

everoptimistic wrote:
There are not 64 applications listed. Also notice that another public toilet is to be demolished. It would be nice to have somewhere to pee when out shopping. This would be one of my priorities for the council to provide before they start painting things rainbow colours or letting off fireworks. Get the basics right first. Loos and libraries please.
Then extravagances like Cinema's owned by other entities?
[quote][p][bold]everoptimistic[/bold] wrote: There are not 64 applications listed. Also notice that another public toilet is to be demolished. It would be nice to have somewhere to pee when out shopping. This would be one of my priorities for the council to provide before they start painting things rainbow colours or letting off fireworks. Get the basics right first. Loos and libraries please.[/p][/quote]Then extravagances like Cinema's owned by other entities? Villagecranberry
  • Score: 1

2:03pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Thunderbird4 says...

Shame to lose Friday Hill House, a local education venue - I never heard that it was going to be sold off to developers.

Hope the NTL radio installation doesn't fry the new freeholders brains.
Shame to lose Friday Hill House, a local education venue - I never heard that it was going to be sold off to developers. Hope the NTL radio installation doesn't fry the new freeholders brains. Thunderbird4
  • Score: 4

3:23pm Thu 19 Jun 14

mdj says...

Friday Hill House was given to the 'People of Chingford' by a local benefactor, and has received much voluntary support and also, I was told, funds, by local people over the years. It has been a much-loved and used community amenity, as was intended.
Flogging it off for flats is hardly what the original benefactor had in mind, but locals' objections were overruled.

As with the William Morris Gallery, which individuals still on this council tried to destroy a few short years ago, bequests made with a few brief sentences in the happy days of gentlemens' agreements can be easily unpicked by the unprincipled.
It's doubtful whether philanthropists would ever trust their possessions to public authorities nowadays.
Friday Hill House was given to the 'People of Chingford' by a local benefactor, and has received much voluntary support and also, I was told, funds, by local people over the years. It has been a much-loved and used community amenity, as was intended. Flogging it off for flats is hardly what the original benefactor had in mind, but locals' objections were overruled. As with the William Morris Gallery, which individuals still on this council tried to destroy a few short years ago, bequests made with a few brief sentences in the happy days of gentlemens' agreements can be easily unpicked by the unprincipled. It's doubtful whether philanthropists would ever trust their possessions to public authorities nowadays. mdj
  • Score: 8

4:31pm Thu 19 Jun 14

Silent Majority 2009 says...

This is the laziest journalism ever! All they have to do is provide the web link to the list on the council's web site. Surely even the Guardian can do better than this. Let's hope the new newspaper for Walthamstow in the autumn does not get this lazy. What we need is a proper investigative journalist to find out what is really going on in the Town Hall. Any of us can look at the council's web site and see what they want us to see!!
This is the laziest journalism ever! All they have to do is provide the web link to the list on the council's web site. Surely even the Guardian can do better than this. Let's hope the new newspaper for Walthamstow in the autumn does not get this lazy. What we need is a proper investigative journalist to find out what is really going on in the Town Hall. Any of us can look at the council's web site and see what they want us to see!! Silent Majority 2009
  • Score: -2

6:42pm Sat 21 Jun 14

faro0485 says...

mdj wrote:
This is a very valuable, if rather routine, service, since the Council no longer advertises planning applications in the local press ( in breach of the law) or even in its own free sheet, which would to some extent justify its existence.

It's interesting to see the application from the Muslim Burial Trust: this was land - several acres adjacent to the North Circular - which was given away free of charge by the Council, when the estates management officer obligingly valued it at Zero. Cemetery land is one of the most lucrative uses for space, since plots can be sold at £1000 a square metre.
It could be argued that we as tax payers lost anything between three to six million pounds by this deal.

The Chair of the Trust at the time, by amazing coincidence, was the then Labour Mayor, Mr Ali. The report recommending the gift was drafted by an official who had formerly been the Labour Leader of the Council
I'm not getting burried there I'd there has been dodgy dealings in acquring it. Was it land fill dump or something?
-Ummer Farooq.
[quote][p][bold]mdj[/bold] wrote: This is a very valuable, if rather routine, service, since the Council no longer advertises planning applications in the local press ( in breach of the law) or even in its own free sheet, which would to some extent justify its existence. It's interesting to see the application from the Muslim Burial Trust: this was land - several acres adjacent to the North Circular - which was given away free of charge by the Council, when the estates management officer obligingly valued it at Zero. Cemetery land is one of the most lucrative uses for space, since plots can be sold at £1000 a square metre. It could be argued that we as tax payers lost anything between three to six million pounds by this deal. The Chair of the Trust at the time, by amazing coincidence, was the then Labour Mayor, Mr Ali. The report recommending the gift was drafted by an official who had formerly been the Labour Leader of the Council[/p][/quote]I'm not getting burried there I'd there has been dodgy dealings in acquring it. Was it land fill dump or something? -Ummer Farooq. faro0485
  • Score: 0

6:45pm Sat 21 Jun 14

faro0485 says...

Silent Majority 2009 wrote:
This is the laziest journalism ever! All they have to do is provide the web link to the list on the council's web site. Surely even the Guardian can do better than this. Let's hope the new newspaper for Walthamstow in the autumn does not get this lazy. What we need is a proper investigative journalist to find out what is really going on in the Town Hall. Any of us can look at the council's web site and see what they want us to see!!
You could say, a cut and paste and let the public reply was the intention.
[quote][p][bold]Silent Majority 2009[/bold] wrote: This is the laziest journalism ever! All they have to do is provide the web link to the list on the council's web site. Surely even the Guardian can do better than this. Let's hope the new newspaper for Walthamstow in the autumn does not get this lazy. What we need is a proper investigative journalist to find out what is really going on in the Town Hall. Any of us can look at the council's web site and see what they want us to see!![/p][/quote]You could say, a cut and paste and let the public reply was the intention. faro0485
  • Score: 1

9:35pm Tue 24 Jun 14

Jenny highams park says...

Just what highams park needs, a self storage unit! Great! That will add interest to the area and super more traffic!
Just what highams park needs, a self storage unit! Great! That will add interest to the area and super more traffic! Jenny highams park
  • Score: 0

10:52pm Fri 4 Jul 14

readerles says...

Wonder if the V and A are aware of changes at Friday Hill House where they spent a lot of time and money restoring the Victorian painted wall in the Mathieson Room?
Wonder if the V and A are aware of changes at Friday Hill House where they spent a lot of time and money restoring the Victorian painted wall in the Mathieson Room? readerles
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