An Urgent Appeal
Demolition Of LB&SC Railway Cottages Adjacent To East Dulwich Station
Jon Fitzmaurice needs our help! Well, especially if you have a particular interest in the history of the London Brighton and South Coast Railway, or East Dulwich.. or you have no actual connection at all, but an interest in ensuring that buildings of historical railway interest are preserved.
SAVE RAILWAY COTTAGES FROM DEMOLITION!
THIS? OR THIS?
OBJECT NOW TO DEVELOPER’S APPEAL TO PLANNING INSPECTORATE!!
Developer refused Planning Permission by Southwark, March 2015:
- “Inappropriate height, scale, massing, siting and design …… excessively dominant and incongruous in this location … would harm the character and appearance of the townscape.
Contrary to policies 3.12 (Quality in Design) and 3.13 (Urban Design) of the Southwark Plan (2007), policy SP12 (Design and Conservation) of the LB Southwark Core Strategy 2011 and Section 7 (Requiring Good Design) of the National Planning Policy Framework 2012.”
2. Impact on No 1 Railway Rise “…undue overshadowing and loss of light”
3. Unsatisfactory new development: “…[in] adequate areas of private amenity space” and “fail[ure] to provide a satisfactory living environment for future occupiers contrary to saved policy 4.2 (Quality of Residential Accommodation) of the Southwark Plan 2007 and the Council’s Residential Design Standards 2011”.
Objections to the appeal must be received by Sunday 17th January to
The Planning Inspectorate, 3/10B Eagle Wing, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square,
Temple Quay, Bristol BS1 6PN OR on the online appeals service (see below)
Quote Reference: APP/A5840/W/15/3135088
Please submit an objection based around grounds for refusal set out by Southwark, summarised above.
You can access all the relevant documentation online.
Use the QR codes OR copy the links below
ONLINE APPEALS SERVICE
Case ref: 15/AP/0192 Southwark Council planning pages
PUBLISHED BY THE RAILWAY RISE ACTION GROUP (RRAG), EAST DULWICH
So, if any members / readers can offer their support to this appeal, you will know what to do. email: RailwayRiseActionGroup@gmail.com