LONDON BOROUGH OF HARINGEY TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990Notice ID: WAT1495184
LONDON BOROUGH OF HARINGEY TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990
THE COUNCIL OF THE LONDON BOROUGH OF HARINGEY hereby gives you notice that it has made an order under Section 247 of the above Act authorising the stopping up of the following areas of public highway which are shown shaded blue on the plan attached to the order:
(a) The area of the public highway forming the highway known as land at Mary Neuner Road, London N8 along the northern and eastern boundaries with a maximum length of 58.284 metres and a maximum width of 14.610 metres;
(b) The area of the public highway forming the highway known as land at Mary Neuner Road, London N8 along the eastern boundary with a maximum length of 110.636 metres and a maximum width of 4.231 metres;
(c) The area of the public highway forming the highway known as land at Mary Neuner Road, London N8 along the southern boundary with a maximum length of 15.533 metres and a maximum width of 0.406 metres; and
(d) The area of the public highway forming the highway known as land at Mary Neuner Road, London N8 along the eastern boundary with a maximum length of 4.228 metres and a maximum width of 0.234 metres.
THE ORDER IS MADE to enable the development described in the Schedule to be carried out in accordance with the planning permission granted under Part III of the Act to National Grid Property Holdings Ltd with planning reference HGY/2016/0026 and/or in accordance with the planning permission granted under Part III of the Act to St William Homes LLP with planning reference HGY/2017/3117.
THE ORDER SHALL COME INTO FORCE on the date on which the Council confirms in writing that it is satisfied that: (i) the "Highways Agreement" as defined in the agreement entered into by the Council, National Grid Twenty Seven Limited, National Grid Gas PLC, Cadent Gas Limited and St William Homes LLP under section 106 of the Act (and other enabling provisions] dated 19 April 2018 ("the Section 106 Agreement") has been executed and completed pursuant to clause 4.11 of the Section 106 Agreement; and (ii) the "Highway Works" as defined in the Section 106 Agreement have been completed pursuant to the aforementioned Highways Agreement as evidenced by the completion certificate issued by the Council. A COPY OF THE ORDER AND PLAN MAY BE INSPECTED FREE OF CHARGE at Legal Services, Level 7, Alexandra House, Station Road, Wood Green, London N22 7TR (quoting reference LEG/PP/RXW/59124) between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays and public holidays) from 4 December 2019 to 8 January 2020. ANY PERSON AGGRIEVED BY THE ORDER and wishing to question its validity, or any provision contained in the order, on the ground that it is not within the powers of the Act or that any procedural requirement of the Act or any regulation made under the Act has not been complied with in relation to the making of the order may, within 6 weeks following 4 December 2019 apply to the High Court for the suspension or quashing of the order or of any provision contained in the order.
Assistant Director of Corporate Governance
Development in accordance with:
(i) planning permission HGY/2016/0026 granted on 23 May 2016 for variation of conditions attached to planning permission HGY/2013/2455, which in turn varied outline planning permission HGY/2009/0503 for demolition of existing structures and redevelopment to provide a residential led, mixed-use development, comprising between 950 to 1,080 residential units (C3); with 460sqm to 700sqm of office uses (B1); 370sqm to 700sqm of retail/financial and professional services uses (A1/A2); 190sqm to 550sqm of restaurant/cafe/drinking establishment uses (A3/A4); 325sqm to 550sqm of community/assembly/leisure uses (D1/D2); new landscaping, public and private open space, and energy centre, two utility compounds, up to 251 car parking spaces, cycle parking, access and other associated infrastructure works; AND/OR
(ii) hybrid planning permission HGY/2017/3117 granted on 19 April 2018 (part outline, part detailed) for the demolition of Olympia Trading Estate and Western Road buildings and structures, and a phased, residential led mixed use development comprising the construction of buildings across the site to include the following 163,300sqm GEA Use Class C3 Residential; 7,500sqm GEA Class B1 Business; 1,500sqm to 3,950sqm GEA Class A1-A4; 417sqm GEA Class D1 Day Nursery; and up to 2,500sqm GEA Class D2 Leisure; New Basement Level; two Energy Centres; Vehicular Access, Parking; Realignment of Mary Neuner Road; Open space; Associated Infrastructure and Interim Works; Site Preparation Works.
Full descriptions of the abovementioned planning permissions and relevant documentation can be viewed online -