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Planning Application - MA Responses for August 2018

Mon, September 03, 2018 3:32 PM | Anonymous

Please find below responses to planning applications by the Marylebone Association Planning sub-committee. Any comments should be referred to Neil Wilson. neil.wilson@marylebone.org

TENBY MANSIONS FLAT 3 NOTTINGHAM STREET 18/05675/FULL/PP-06968128 Enclosure of side exterior terrace and alteration to rear courtyard window by installing balconette with double doors.

No Objection: DM: 2 August 2018

13 WIGMORE PLACE 18/05863/FULL/PP-07124372 Demolition behind retained facade of existing mews house to create a new four bedroom mews house (Class C3) with a new garden terrace at rear ground floor level and new mansard roof extension to the building.

No Objection: DM: 3 August 2018

HOWARD HOUSE 22-24 MOXON STREET 18/05699/FULL/PP-07109980 Erection of new pitched roof extension including roof lights to create a 2 bedroom unit, creation of a new terrace area, planting, installation of an air conditioning unit and relocation of an existing unit, and demolition and rebuilding of an existing chimney stack. (Land use swap with Basement, 12 Upper Wimpole Street ). Linked to 18/05700/FULL

Comment: The Marylebone Association request that WCC carefully analyse the documents relating to amenity impacts on adjoining residents and ensures that any detrimental impacts are considered in their decision-making process. TB: 7 August 2018

5 WIMPOLE STREET 18/06066/FULL/PP-07137111 Creation of a new roof terrace at the first floor of 5 Wimpole Street; excavation of a basement beneath the footprint of the house, erection of a mansard roof extension and rear access to 24 Wigmore Place, installation A/C units at front pavement vault of the property, at roof of the town house and in the mews house garage below the garden staircase, and other external refurbishment works, including demolition of the mews house roof. Linked to 18/06067/LBC

Objection: Overlooking and noise is likely to be an issue from both the mews and main house first floor balconies. Although the applicant addresses this with the proposal for a planted screen to the larger terrace this will be difficult to enforce and will have little effect on noise transfer to adjoining properties.
 The domed lead covered roof, though not original, is an attractive Victorian feature that represents a significant phase in the property’s development and its loss is regrettable.

JH: 15 August 2018

31 WELBECK STREET 18/06034/FULL/PP-07139445 Use of the building as a single family dwelling, demolition of extensions at rear within the courtyard and associated internal alterations. (Linked with 18/06035/LBC)

Comment: It is unclear what masonry bond is proposed for the rear extensions. The drawings show stretcher bond whilst the annotation is London stock brick Flemish bond single leaf cavity wall. It would be preferable for the masonry bond to match the original. Other internal alterations appear to reinstate historic proportions and are supported.

JH: 15 August 2018

SEYMOUR MEWS HOUSE 26-37 SEYMOUR MEWS 18/06022/FULL Variation of Condition 1 of planning permission dated 30 January 2018 (RN 17/08835/FULL) for, Variation of Condition 1 of planning permission dated 04 October 2017 (RN 17/06854/FULL) for, 'Erection of a single storey extension at fifth floor level (with lift over-run above) and infill extension at ground floor; installation of 13 no. condenser units at rear first floor level; terraces at fourth and fifth floors, alterations to existing facade and alterations to the office entrance, all in connection with the existing use of the building as offices (Class B1); namely, to make the following alterations to the approved development - to increase the height of the approved fifth floor extension to increase its height by 300mm; NAMELY, New stair in core B extended from 4th floor to 5th floor. New brick enclosure constructed around stair, the outline of which will match that of the 4th floor. New cladding materials to match the existing facade.

No Objection: JH: 15 August 2018

DEVELOPMENT SITE AT 12-14 ST VINCNT STREET, 4 BLANDFORD STREET AND 11-117 MARYLEBONE HIGH STREET 18/05897/FULL/PP-07121392 Variation of Conditions 1 and 13 of planning permission dated 13 September 2016 (RN: 16/03666/FULL) for, 'Erection of a single storey mansard roof extension above No's 2 and 4 Blandford Street and the corner building of 111 Marylebone High Street, second floor infill extension on St Vincent Street and the rear extensions at second and third floor levels projecting into the internal courtyard. Installation of balconies on the rear elevations, alterations to fenestration and creation of a shared external amenity space within the courtyard area at first floor level and installation of new plan and associated works, all in conjunction with works to combine and to combine two residential blocks to enable the reconfiguration of 24 existing units and to provide an additional 7 residential units (site includes 111-117 Marylebone High Street, 14 St Vincent Street and 2-8 Blandford Street)'; NAMELY, to make the following amendments to the approved development: (i) Changes to mix of residential unit sizes; (ii) Alterations to the roof associated to air conditioning; (iii) Reconfiguration of rooflight; (iv) Extensions to the rear; (v) Amendments to refuse and cycle parking; (vi) Alterations to the floor layout plans; and (vii) Associated works.

No Objection: JH: 15 August 2018

66 BAKER STREET 18/05854/FULL/PP-07102492 Replacement and alterations of shopfront at 66 Baker Street and 45 Dorset Street. Installation of artificial 'green wall' at ground floor level. Creation of serving hatch on Dorset Street frontage.

No Objection: JH: 15 August 2018

PAYPHONE SITE IN HARROWBY STREET NEAR 150 EDGWARE ROAD 18/06469/TELECOM/PP-07167860 Removal of two existing BT payphones and erection of one freestanding (InLink) with two LED advertising panels and associated telecommunications equipment. Linked to 18/06468/ADV

PAYPHONE TO THE SIDE OF 495 OXFORD STREET 18/06472/TELECOM/PP-07167871 Removal of three existing BT payphone kiosks and erection of a freestanding (InLink) structure with two LED advertising panels and associated telecommunications equipment. Linked to 18/06473/ADV

95-97 BAKER STREET 18/06485/TELECOM/PP-07164995 Removal of existing BT payphone and erection of a freestanding (InLink) structure with two LED advertising panels and associated telecommunications equipment. Linked to 18/06484/ADV.

PAYPHONE SITE AT JUNCTION OF SEYMOUR PLACE AND 153-173 MARYLEBONE ROAD 18/06492/TELECOM/PP-07165057 Removal of existing BT payphone kiosks and erection of a freestanding (InLink) structure with two LED advertising panels and associated telecommunications equipment. Linked to 18/06493/ADV.

PAYPHONE SITE OUTSIDE 259-269 OLD MARYLEBONE ROAD 18/06496/TELECOM/PP-07167850 Removal of existing BT payphone kiosks and erection of a freestanding (InLink) structure with two LED advertising panels and associated telecommunications equipment. Linked to 18/06497/ADV.

PAYPHONE SITE OUTSIDE 124 BAKER STREET 18/06516/TELECOM/PP-07164959 Removal of existing BT payphone and erection of a freestanding (InLink) structure with two LED advertising panels and associated telecommunications equipment. Linked to 18/06517/ADV.

PAVEMENT OUTSIDE 55 BAKER STREET 18/06486/TELECOM/PP-07165010 Removal of existing BT payphone and erection of a freestanding (InLink) structure with two LED advertising panels and associated telecommunications equipment. Linked to 18/06488/ADV.

OUTSIDE 39 MARYLEBONE ROAD 18/06515/TELECOM/PP-07164951 Removal of 2 existing BT payphone kiosks and erection of a freestanding (InLink) structure with two LED advertising panels and associated telecommunications equipment. Linked to 18/06514/ADV.

OUTSIDE REGENTS PARK STATION MARYLEBONE ROAD 18/06508/TELECOM/PP-07156128 Removal existing BT payphone kiosks and erection of a freestanding (InLink) structure with two LED advertising panels and associated telecommunications equipment. Linked to 18/06509/ADV.

15 MARYLEBONE ROAD 18/06511/TELECOM/PP-07164931 Removal existing BT payphone kiosks and erection of a freestanding (InLink) structure with two LED advertising panels and associated telecommunications equipment. Linked to 18/06510/ADV.

PAYPHONE SITE AT JUNCTION OF NOTTINGHAM PLACE AND 25-27 MARYLEBONE ROAD 18/06512/TELECOM/PP-07164938 Removal 2 existing BT payphone kiosks and erection of a freestanding (InLink) structure with two LED advertising panels and associated telecommunications equipment. Linked to 18/06513/ADV.

95-97 BAKER STREET 18/06484/ADV/PP-07164986 Display of two internally illuminated digital LED screens, one of each side of a freestanding structure (InLink measuring 889mm x 280mm x 2900mm advertising panels and associated telecommunications equipment. Linked to 18/06485/TELECOM.

PAYPHONE SITE OUTSIDE 124 BAKER STREET 18/06517/ADV/PP-07164966 Display of two internally illuminated digital LED screens, one of each side of a freestanding structure (InLink measuring 889mm x 280mm x 2900mm advertising panels and associated telecommunications equipment. Linked to 18/06516/TELECOM.

Objection: Whereas the replacement of a number of disused payphone boxes with a smaller number of these installations to provide wayfinding, free wifi and free calls etc. is an improvement on the current situation, we are seriously concerned with the size, bulk and crude detail-design of these items. In their current proposed format they will have too much impact on the clutter in our public realm, and we believe they will not weather well over time, unless better detailing and higher quality materials are used. Moreover, other authorities in the country have identified problems created by these installations relating drug-dealing, hoax 999 calls, street robbery, and other antisocial behaviour. These installations are a further unwelcome advertising intrusion on public spaces and an assault on the senses. They should be wholeheartedly resisted, particularly in sensitive conservation areas. SQ: 18 August 2018


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