Notice of Application for Planning Permission Town and Country Planning (General Development Procedure) (England) Order 2015 Notice under Article 15Notice ID: WAT1273239
London Borough of Waltham Forest Notice of Application for Planning Permission Town and Country Planning (General Development Procedure) (England) Order 2015 Notice under Article 15
Notice is Hereby Given that the following application lor planning permission has been made to the Council for which additional publicity is required.
James Yard, 480 Larkshall Road, Chingford, London, E4 9HH
Demolition of Existing Building and construction of two five-storey building blocks comprising 46 residential units together with associated amenity space, refuse facilities, cycle parking, landscaping and related works
Pocket Living Osier Way Limited
9 Osier Way, Leyton, London, E10 5SB
Demolition of existing building and redevelopment of the site to provide a perimeter building comprising five blocks ranging from
6 to 13 storeys high which will accommodate 210 (100% affordable) residential units, ancillary residential accommodation, 1096 sqm of light industry/commercial floorspace and 40 sqm of A1 cafe floorspace, together with servicing, cycle storage, accessible car parking spaces, and public realm improvements.
London Borough of Waltham Forest Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990- Section 67
Notice Is Hereby Given that the following application affecting a building within a conservation area has been made to the Council.
191704 C/O Agent 604 Lea Bridge Demolition of existing car wash and mini
Road, Leyton, cab office, construction of single storey rear London, E10 7DN extension to include increase in seating area for the existing restaurant and ancillary mini cab office. New shop front along Lea Bridge Road and Bromley Road.
The applications are available to view on the following website:
Any views you would like to make for the above proposals, must be submitted in writing to the Council within 14 days of the date of this Notice. Due to the number of correspondence (letters, emails etc) received by the Council relating to planning applications, it will not be possible to acknowledge or respond to your correspondences should you submit any. However, all views/comments received are fully considered during the assessment of the planning application. Please note that the planning file, including correspondence received for the application, are open to the public.
Dated this day 22nd July 2019
Adrian Harding Head of Development Management and Building Control London Borough of Waltham Forest