Agenda item



Planning Application Number: 21/AP/3247




Demolition of existing building and construction of a nine storey building (32.30m AOD) comprising up to 82sqm of Class E floorspace at ground floor and up to 22 homes (Class C3). Provision of ancillary plant, amenity spaces, cycles and refuse stores.


This application represents a departure from strategic policy 10 'Jobs and Businesses' of the Core Strategy (2011) and Saved Policy 1.2 'Strategic and Local Preferred Industrial Locations' of the Southwark Plan (2007) by virtue of proposing to introduce residential accommodation in a preferred industrial location.


The committee heard the officer’s introduction to the report and noted the addendum report. 

Members of the committee asked questions of officers present.


The committee heard the supporter’s statement. Members of the committee asked questions of the supporter.


The committee heard the objector’s statement. Members of the Committee asked questions of the objector present.

The applicant’s representatives addressed the committee and answered questions by the committee.


There were no ward councillors present and wishing to speak.


The committee discussed this application and asked further questions of Planning officers.


A motion to agree the application was moved, seconded, put to the vote and declared carried.




1.  That planning permission be granted, subject to:


a.  the conditions set out in the report and addendum report

b.  an additional condition restricting the opening times of the communal roof terrace to the hours of 7am to 10pm

c.  referral to the Mayor of London, and

d.  the applicant entering into an appropriate legal agreement which is linked to planning application 21/AP/3246 (2-10 Ossory Road) to secure the delivery of Affordable Housing by no later than 2 December 2022.


2.  In the event that the requirements of (1) are not met by 2 December 2022 that the Director of Planning and Growth be authorised to refuse planning permission, if appropriate, for the reasons set out at paragraph 228 of the report.


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