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Proposed Design Changes to Midori House Development

Proposed Design Changes to Midori House Development

Following the public exhibition the developers of Midori House on Dorset Street are proposing various design changes, The changes are outlined in the letter and document below. 

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Basement Planning Changes Announced

Basement Planning Changes Announced

Westminster City Council has announced that it will be using legal powers to stem the flow of mega-basements across central London. Alongside new policies to limit the size and depth of basement construction, the council will be using an article 4 direction to insist that all applications for basements to residential homes have to be considered through the council's planning process.

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Basement Extensions Rules Set to Change

Basement Extensions Rules Set to Change

Further to my recent article "Basements - An end to the underground epidemic?" Westminster City Council have announced that it will be using legal powers to stem the flow of mega-basements across central London. You can see the WCC Press Release here

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Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses July 2015

Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses  July 2015

Please find below our responses to planning applications in Marylebone during July 2015. Please contact me if you have any queries.

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Basements - An end to the underground epidemic?

Basements - An end to the underground epidemic?

Westminster City Council have recognised the disruption that inappropriate basement development is causing to many residents and is intending to change its policy on basement extensions to bring it in line with the recent policy adopted by Kensington and Chelsea. It will do this by issuing new guidelines as a revision to the existing City Plan. The Council has now gone out to consultation on the proposed revisions. The consultation is underway and runs  to the 9th September 2015. Following that the revisions will be submitted to a planning inspector.

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Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses June 2015

Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses  June 2015

Please find below our responses to planning applications in Marylebone. Please contact me if you have any queries. Neil Wilson

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