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Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses February 2016

Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses February 2016

Please find below our responses to planning applications in Marylebone during February 2016. Please contact me if you have any queries. Neil Wilson, Chair Marylebone Association Planning sub-committee.


75 HARLEY STREET
15/10466/FULL/TP/8798/PP-04580124 Replacement window to third floor on rear elevation.
No Objection: VS: 1 February 2016

75 HARLEY STREET
15/10467/LBC/TP/8798/PP-04580124 Replacement window to third floor on rear elevation.
No Objection: VS: 1 February 2016

16 JAMES STREET
15/08925/TCH/TP/11469/PP-04510555 Use of the public highway for the placing of six stools in an area measuring 0.8m x 3m in connection with the ground floor use.
No Objection: VS: 1 February 2016

31 PADDINGTON STREET
15/11982/APA Notification of change of use from (Class A1) shop to (Class A3) restaurant and installation of external plant.|c|
Insufficient Information: It is not clear from the information if the proposed ducting will impact on the residential amenity. The documents state that the building has residential over the upper floors however the ducting shown is located directly below the upper windows.

Clarification required. VS: 1 February 2016

CLAREWOOD COURT 86 SEYMOUR PLACE
15/12144/FULL/PP-04715568 Installation of satellite dish antenna on plant room wall at roof level.
No Objection: VS: 1 February 2016

25 MOLYNEUX STREET
15/12083/FULL Partial infilling of front light-well and installation of new staircase from street level to basement level in connection with a one bedroom self contained flat at basement level, replacement of windows to front and rear at all floor levels, and internal alterations at ground and basement levels.
No Objection: VS: 1 February 2016

34 WEYMOUTH MEWS
15/12029/FULL/PP-04491432 Demolition of existing mews building and rear extension to 63 New Cavendish Street, erection of a building comprising of basement and three upper storeys to provide up to 5 residential dwellings (Class C3) and a single integral garage accessed from Weymouth Mews.
No Objection: The Association supports the improvements to the site and materials proposed, and the proposals at ground level add interest to the street scene. The mansard roof is a welcome addition however the central section of the building is a little disappointing as it appears bulky with the extent of brickwork and reduction of fenestration. The Association are keen to see further character added to the first floor section to further enhance the front elevation. VS: 8 February 2016

124-130 SEYMOUR PLACE
15/10007/FULL/TP5372/PP-04590687 Variation of Condition 1 of planning permission dated 14 March 2015 (RN : 14/01122) for the demolition of existing buildings and erection of new building on basement to fourth floors with rooftop plant enclosure; new rear light wells / railings on Walmer Place : creation of living roof and green wall. Use of the building as 12 flats with associated balconies / terraces (Class C3); namely inclusion of a boiler flue, reconfigured roof plant and PV panels and minor alterations to the western façade including additional dry riser inlet and infilling of the rear light-well.

Objection: This arrangement of equipment on the roof seems random and unrelated to the building below. All of this plant looks very much like an afterthought that has not been considered as part of the new building below. Moreover, as a result the random arrangement leads to an unacceptable amount of roof clutter. An integrated approach is needed instead. SQ: 9 February 2016

10 PARK CRESCENT
16/00241/FULL/PP-04753583 Installation of replacement windows on rear elevation and internal alterations. (Flat 1)
No Objection: KG: 11 February 2016

20 MONTAGU SQUARE
16/00504/FULL/PP-04769570 Installation of new doors in place of existing window at rear lower ground floor.
No Objection: KG: 11 February 2016

BASEMENT FLAT 2A BRYANSTON SQUARE
16/00652/LBC/PP-04743697 Internal alterations at basement level and replacement of entrance door.
No Objection: KG: 11 February 2016

46 MOLYNEUX STREET
16/00521/LBC/PP-04773041 Refurbishment of roof including installation of new roof light to replace existing maintenance hatch.
No Objection: KG: 11 February 2016

4 BINGHAM PLACE
15/06433/FULL/TP/2406/PP-04347678 Demolition of the existing Mews building and erection of replacement three storey dwelling (Class C3) with two new basement levels. Use of Part of 19 Nottingham Place to form part of replacement dwelling.
Objection: The Design & Access Statement provides no insight regarding the architectural design drivers for the proposed scheme. There is not a single photograph of Bingham Place, taken at street level. How does the building relate to its immediate neighbours and the wider context of Bingham Place? What cues, if any, are taken from the locale in developing proportions and in the application of materials? None of this is forthcoming. It feels as if this is not a coincidence and that none of the above have been considered. Indeed with regards to 'design' we are left with the impression that the sole drivers of the proposed design are accessibility and the provision of a level access. This is not good enough. DM: 15 February 2016

41 WELBECK STREET
16/00769/FULL/PP-04756598 Use of entire building over basement to fourth floors as medical accommodation (Class D1) for a temporary period of 21 years.
No Objection: DM: 15 February 2016

70 WIGMORE STREET
16/00158/FULL/PP-04742866 Alterations to the shop-front; replacing existing doors with a serving hatch on Wigmore Street.
Comment: The proposed location of the awning on the corner building (no.68) would obscure the attractive façade and we are not convinced that is sufficient room below the first floor bay to accommodate this as shown on the proposed elevation.

There is insufficient space on the pavement for the table and chairs/benches at the southern end of Marylebone Lane (any with less than 2m of pavement remaining should be removed). What do the black lines around the table and chairs areas represent? The measurements should be taken from this point to the line of the street furniture to ensure 2m of pavement width remaining.

If the Council is minded to approve the application we would advise that a temporary permission is granted to assess the impact of the table and chairs and the coffee hatch on amenity.
KG: 17 February 2016

3 WYNDHAM PLACE
15/11594/FULL/PP-04652089 Demolition of first and second floor rear extension, erection of new extension at first and second floor to rear and associated alterations including amendments to front and rear fenestration.
No Objection: Welcome improvement to windows on front elevation. KG: 17 February 2016

10 PORTMAN SQUARE
16/00405/FULL/PP-04751435 Variation of Condition 12 of planning permission dated 05 December 2014 (RN: 14/09516) for the redevelopment of the site for Class A1/A2/A3 and Class B1 office purposes: to permit customers in the restaurant premises between 0600 and 2400 hours on Monday Saturdays and 0700 and 2300 on Sundays (approved opening hours 0800 to 2400 hours on Monday to Saturday and 1000 to 2300 on Sundays).
No Objection: KG: 17 February 2016

42 HARROWBY STREET
16/00136/FULL/PP-0471922 Alterations to the fenestration and installation of replacement windows to the front and rear elevations. Demolition of the existing rear extension and lowering of the floor to create an extension at rear lower ground floor level and creation of a terrace at rear ground floor level. Internal alterations at all floor levels. Use of the property as a single family dwelling (Class C3).
Objection: Objection on the grounds that Building Control do not consider that the scheme has not been justified structurally.

Please ensure that the proposed terrace level and associated screening does not cause any issues of overlooking to adjoining neighbours. KG: 17 February 2016

37 MANCHESTER STREET
15/12127/FULL/PP-04726409 Use of basement of 36 Manchester Street for medical purposes (Class D1) and erection of basement level extension in rear light-well to create a link to existing medical use in 37 Manchester Street. (Site includes 36 and 37 Manchester Street).
No Objection: Given the existing office use. KG: 17 February 2016

25 HARLEY STREET
16/00813/FULL/PP-04796669 Variation of Condition 9 of planning permission dated 25 February 2015 (RN: 15/00685), namely to permit patients on the premises for the following extended hours: Monday to Saturday 7:30 – 21:30 hours
No Objection: If Westminster are minded to approve the application then any extension of hours should be temporary, 12 months, to assess if there is any detrimental amenity impact to the residential neighbours. DM: 23 February 2016

30 WYNDHAM STREET
15/11990/FULL/PP-04690530 Use of the main roof of the property as a terrace in association with use of building as a dwelling house (Class C3), installation of a sliding glass access roof light and glass balustrades and installation of an internal access stair from third floor level.

Objection: This objection would be removed if the applicant moved the proposed glass balustrade at roof level, facing the rear garden of the property, from 1m away from the roof edge to 2m away from said edge in order to safeguard the amenity of neighbouring properties. DM: 23 February 2016

14 FITZHARDINGE STREET
16/00041/FULL Erection of a single storey extension at rear ground floor level for use as additional residential accommodation in association with the existing flat (Class C3) at this level.
No Objection: DM: 23 February 2016

11 UPPER WIMPOLE STREET
16/00756/FULL/PP-04793099 Installation of a new spiral metal stair in the front light-well.
No Objection: DM: 23 February 2016

15-19 CAVENDISH PLACE
16/00890/FULL/PP-04794433 Use of lower ground floor as physiotherapy clinic (Class D1) for a temporary period of nine years
No Objection: DM: 23 February 2016

CLAREWOOD COURT 86 SEYMOUR PLACE
16/00173/FULL/PP-04705486 Erection of a single storey roof extension to provide 2 residential units (1×2 bed & 1×3 bed) (Class C3) with roof terraces and associated screening. Extension of existing chimney stacks and provision of cycle parking at basement level.
Objection: On the basis of the impact of the proposals on the adjoining owners, in particular the impact on daylight and sunlight. The applicants report that some of the effects of the proposal are beyond that recommended by the BRE. We do not agree with the contention that these are not significant or the benefit of the proposal outweighs them. LT: 29 February 2016

190 EDGWARE ROAD
16/00181/TCH/PP-04748502 Use of an area of the public highway measuring 4.0m x 1.5m for the placing of 4 tables and 16 chairs, in connection with the existing restaurant.
No Objection: LT: 29 February 2016

20 BINGHAM PLACE
15/11751/FULL/PP-04702849 Erection of mansard roof extension to enlarge single family dwelling house (Class C3).
No Objection: LT: 29 February 2016

12 ST VINCENT STREET
16/00289/FULL/PP-04650030 Erection of a mansard roof extension to existing single family dwelling house (Class C3).
No Objection: LT: 29 February 2016

27 MOLYNEUX STREET
16/00421/FULL/PP-04637478 Demolition of existing rear extension and replacement with single storey rear extension at lower ground floor level. Internal alterations within front light-well vaults including lowering the floor level, and internal alterations at all floors with the main property; all in association with continued use of the property as a single family dwelling (Class C3).
No Objection: A sympathetic upgrading and extension to the existing building, bringing it into full active use. LT: 29 February 2016

ALDINE HOUSE 33 WELBECK STREET
15/11958/FULL/PP-04683249 Installation of new doors, new railings at ground and first floor level on the front elevation and installation of replacement windows on the rear elevation.

No Objection: LT: 29 February 2016

73 MARYLEBONE LANE
15/11630/TCH/PP-04624620 Use of the public highway for the placing of 10 tables, 20 chairs in two areas measuring 7.8m x 0.6m and 7.8m x 1.0m in connection with the use of the ground floor use.
No Objection: However, if Westminster are minded to grant approval we recommend that a temporary 12 month consent is granted to assess impact on amenity. DM: 29 February 2016

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