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Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses May 2016

Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses May 2016

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

REAR OF 22 PARK CRESCENT
16/02462/FULL/PP-04920244 Installation of Installation of replacement boiler rooms, residents' storage facilities and associated works at existing basement car park/garage level and installation of flues at rear roof level. (REVISED DESCRIPTION OF DEVELOPMENT)
No Objection: VS: 3 May 2016

1 BEAUMONT STREET
16/02977/FULL/PP-04926543 Alterations including a third floor rear extension to existing roof terrace to provide additional accommodation to existing residential apartment (Class C3) and installation of new and replacement windows on second and third floors.
No Objection: VS: 5 May 2016

1 ST CHRISTOPHER’S PLACE
16/03003/TCH/PP-05020469 Use of the public highway for the placing of 19 tables, 38 chairs and six heaters in three areas measuring 2.1m x 0.9m, 8.2m x 2.1m and 2.4m x 8m in connection with existing restaurant
No Objection: VS: 5 May 2016

44 MONTAGU SQUARE
16/03202/FULL/PP-05034794 Erection of extension within front lightwell to infill area beneath entrance bridge in order to extend dwelling (Class C3), excavation to lower pavement vaults and internal alterations.
No Objection: VS: 5 May 2016

75 WIGMORE STREET
16/03310/FULL/PP-05045899 Use of the basement and ground floor as an extension to the existing restaurant (Class A3) at No. 77 Wigmore Street and associated alterations to the ground floor shopfront.
No Objection: WH: 6 May 2016

118 BAKER STREET
16/02122/FULL/PP-04880708 Installation of two replacement condenser units at ground floor level at rear elevation.
No Objection: WH: 6 May 2016

132 EDGWARE ROAD
15/11489/TCH/PP-04674865 Use of the public highway for the placing of 6 tables and 12 chairs in connection with the approved 8 tables and 24 chairs as part of site measuring measuring 10.81 metres and 1.84 metres.
No Objection: WH: 6 May 2016

41-43 BLANDFORD STREET
16/03411/FULL/PP-05053112 Variation of Condition 4 of planning permission dated 14 April 2016 (RN: 15/03269/TCH) for use of an area of public highway measuring 10.32m x 2.0m for placing of 4 tables, 16 chairs and 3 planters in connection with the adjacent premises at ground floor level (11.00-21.00 daily). Namely, to allow the tables and chairs to be placed outside the restaraunt to 12AM - 10PM.

Objection: 9pm limit on external tables and chairs should be maintained to minimise noise nuisance to residents. WH: 6 May 2016

12 NOTTINGHAM PLACE
16/03321/FULL/PP-05020248 Erection of a single-storey roof extension and terrace to enlarge dwellinghouse (Class C3).
Objection: Loss of historic butterfly roof sets an undesirable precedent (even though property is unlisted). WH: 6 May 2016

BASEMENT AND GROUND FLOOR 16 MARYLEBONE HIGH STREET
16/03040/FULL/PP-05001043 Basement And Ground Floor 16 Marylebone High Street London W1U 4NX
No Objection: This is a well presented application WH: 6 May 2016

12 NOTTINGHAM PLACE
16/03322/FULLPP-05023498 Use of second floor rear roof as terrace in association with use as dwellinghouse (Class C3) and minor external works.
Objection: This forms part 2 of application 16/03322/FULL and seeks to further increase extent of roof addition. Same comments apply - loss of historic butterfly roof. Proposed rear elevation misleading gives impression that the roof addition will not have a significant visual impact whereas the vertical slate will give a heavy appearance that loses the butterfly parapet line against the sky. WH: 6 May 2016

THIRD FLOOR TO FIFTH FLOOR MAISONETTE 24 MONTAGU SQUARE
16/02914/FULL/PP-05010528 Existing windows to be replaced with new timber box sash windows to match, new opening for fixed window on rear elevation and existing window at third floor to be lengthened with making use of obscured glass. Top floor existing aluminium windows and doors to be replaced with powder coated aluminium to match and new roof light added above dining area. Replacement of modern floors and ceilings to existing joists with internal reconfiguration.
No Objection: DM: 9 May 2016

75 GLOUCESTER PLACE
16/01779/FULL/PP-04774537 Installation of one condenser to the rear basement courtyard in connection with the existing office use (Class B1).
No Objection: DM: 9 May 2016

43 DEVONSHIRE STREET
16/02811/FULL/PP-04827145 Demolition of existing roof structure and chimney stacks and erection of mansard roof extension with terraces to form 1x1 and 1x2 bedroom flats. Infill of rear courtyard to No. 45 and 46 to form 1x1 and 1x3 bedroom flats at lower ground and ground floor level including roof lights and green roofs (site includes 43-47 Devonshire Street).
Comment: With regards to the proposed rear elevation a more uniform material treatment should be considered. At present, as shown in the rendered view of the proposed rear elevation, there is a strange and jarring contrast between the new mansard roof extension to be lead covered with vertical lapped joints and the new lead covered dormer windows to the new mansard roofs. DM: 9 May 2016

52 CRAWFORD STREET
16/03376/APA Notification for Prior Approval for use as Restaurant/Cafe (Class A3) under Schedule 2, Part 3, Class C of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015.
Comment: Should the council be minded to consent this application then the Association would like to see conditions imposed which require the applicant to detail ventilation proposals, to satisfy the Association that this will not be detrimental to the local amenity of residents. VS: 10 May 2016

16 UPPER BERKELEY STREET
16/03374/FULL/PP-05046865 Amalgamation of studio flats on the ground with the flat at lower ground floor to create two maisonettes over ground and lower ground floor levels (Class C3). Installation of replacement windows. Internal alterations at lower ground, ground and first floor level. Installation of condensing units at rear roof level.

Declaration of Interest - The Association would like it noted that a member of their planning panel has links with this application. This member has not been involved in making the submission.

Insufficient Information: The following information is not clear from the application documents;
1. historical significance of the existing windows to be replaced.
2. impact on the amenity of the adjacent residents with the addition of the proposed screening to the rear roof terrace. VS: 16 May 2016

28 DEVONSHIRE PLACE MEWS
16/03296/FULL/PP-05041949 Erection of mansard roof extension and dormer windows in order to enlarge dwellinghouse (Class C3).
Objection: Dormer windows should be equally spaced. WH: 16 May 2016

WELBECK HOUSE 62 WELBECK STREET
16/02835/FULL/PP-045003436 Installation of replacement windows and doors at sixth floor level to Flats 21 and 22.
No Objection: DM: 16 May 2016

319 REGENT STREET
16/04250/TCH/PP-05120807 Use of the public highway for the placing of 7 tables, 28 chairs and 4 barriers in two areas fronting Cavendish Place measuring 3.5m x 1.85m and 4.2m x 1.85m and one area fronting Regent Street measuring 4.1m x 1.6m in connection with existing ground floor premises.
No Objection: However, should the Council be minded to consent this application, the Association suggests that this is a temporary consent to ensure no detriment to the local amenity. DM: 16 May 2016

20 WEYMOUTH STREET
16/03524/FULL/0500873 Alterations and decorations to the façades, relocation of an external metal staircase, new glazed rooflight and replacement of timber sash windows. Installation of two AC condenser units under staircase on lower ground floor.
Declaration of Interest - The Association would like it noted that a member of their planning panel has links with this application. This member has not been involved in making the submission.
No Objection: DM: 16 May 2016

1 BRYANSTON SQUARE
16/03625/LBC/PP-05058000 Alterations to entrance.
No Objection: DM: 16 May 2016

130 EDGWARE ROAD
16/02850/TCH/PP-04934293 Use of the public highway for the placing of 11 tables and 22 chairs (in two locations measuring 4.5m x 2.01m and 12.5m x 1.71m) with four perspex screens at either end of the two tables and chairs areas and cupboard within enclosed area to Nutford Place. Tables and chairs in connection with Slemani restaurant.
Insufficient Information: Plans at unsuitable scales and lack dimensions of public highway width. DM: 16 May 2016

40 HARLEY STREET
16/02971/FULL/PP-04818827 Use of the property as medical consultation rooms (Class D1) and associated internal alterations.

No Objection: DM: 17 May 2016

20 MOXON STREET
16/02691/FULL/PP-04606716 Retention of three external air conditioning units at lower ground floor level in rear courtyard.
No Objection: DM: 17 May 2016

100 MARYLEBONE LANE
16/03525/FULL/PP-05020859 Variation of Condition 3 and removal of Condition 6 of planning permission dated 10 March 2014 (RN: 14/00295/FULL) which in itself varied Condition 1 of planning permission dated 15 May 2003 (RN: 03/00730) for use of basement, part ground floor and first to third floors for educational purposes for a temporary period until September 2043. Namely, to allow students between the ages of 11 - 19 to attend the school (this was previously restricted to students aged 14 -19) and to allow fresh and raw food to be cooked on site (previously no primary cooking was allowed)
No Objection: VS: 19 May 2016

44 MANCHESTER STREET
16/03252/FULL/PP-05034646 Replacement of main entrance door.
No Objection: VS: 19 May 2016

ACCURIST HOUSE 44 BAKER STREET
16/03835/FULL/PP-05066905 Creation of an external terrace area on the existing rear roof at second floor level with associated balustrade hedging for use in association with the office accommodation.
No Objection: However should the council be mindful to consent this application, the Association suggests that this is a temporary consent to ensure no detriment to local amenity. In addition to this, should concerns to local amenity arise, it may be beneficial to impose constraints with regards to hours of use. DM: 25 May 2016

63 NEW CAVENDISH STREET
16/03108/FULL/PP-04900252 Installation of no.2 air conditioning units and door within lightwell at ground floor level.
No Objection: DM: 25 May 2016

SELFRIDGES 400 OXFORD STREET
16/03834/LBC/PP-05058271 Erection of temporary hoardings and means of escape on Duke Street, for a period of 24 months.
No Objection: DM: 25 May 2016

23 NOTTINGHAM STREET
16/03503/FULL/PP-05062903 Demolition of existing building behind retained facade and development of new building to provide a single family dwelling house (Class C3), new roof level and associated external works.

Declaration of Interest - The Association would like it noted that a member of their planning panel has links with this application.This member has not been involved in making the submission.

Comment: Should the council be minded to consent this application, the Marylebone Association request that Westminster City Council applies conditions to ensure that noise and disturbance resulting from the works is restricted. The Association would also insist that an exemplary Construction Management Plan is in place that goes above and beyond the base requirements, to ensure that full consideration has been given to neighbouring residents and their amenity during the construction of the project. VS: 26 May 2016

74 SEYMOUR PLACE
16/00727/FULL/PP-04758631 Use of ground floor and basement as medical use (Class D1), installation of plant within basement, replacement of basement window with louvres and excavation to part of basement.
Comment: Should the council be minded to consent this application, the Marylebone Association request that Westminster City Council applies conditions to ensure that noise and disturbance resulting from the works is restricted. The Association would also insist that an exemplary Construction Management Plan is in place that goes above and beyond the base requirements, to ensure that full consideration has been given to neighbouring residents and their amenity during the construction of the project. VS: 26 May 2016

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