Planning application number: 18/AP/2497
Redevelopment of 79-161 Ilderton Road to provide two separate buildings, a north building and a south building separated by a publicly accessible children’s playspace.
The erection of a north building to include a part 5, part 6, part 16 and part 28 storey development (93.350m AOD max).
The erection of a south building to include a part 3, part 5, part 8, part 13 storey development (49.275m AOD max).
To deliver a total of 312 residential units, 448.6sqm GIA of retail floorspace (Use Class A1); 1,817.98sqm GIA of commercial floorspace (Use Class B1) and associated basement provision, disabled parking, cycle parking, children's playspace, public realm improvements and landscaping.
This application represents a departure from strategic policy 10 'Jobs and Businesses' of the Core Strategy (2011) and Saved Policy 1.2 'Strategic and Local Preferred Industrial Locations' of the Southwark Plan (2007) by virtue of proposing to introduce residential accommodation in a Preferred Industrial Location.
The committee heard the officer’s introduction to the report and the addendum report. Members of the committee asked questions of the officer.
There were no objectors wishing to address the committee.
The applicant’s representatives addressed the committee, and answered questions from the committee.
There were no supporters who lived within 100 metres of the development site present at the meeting and wishing wished to speak.
Councillor Richard Livingstone addressed the meeting in his capacity as a ward councillor, and answered questions by the committee.
There were no further questions put by the committee.
A motion to grant the application was moved, seconded put to the vote and declared carried.
1. That planning permission be granted, subject to the conditions set out in the report and addendum report, and referral to the Mayor of London and the applicant entering into an appropriate legal agreement by no later than 23 December 2020.
2. In the event that the requirements of (1) are not met by 23 December 2020 that the director of planning be authorised to refuse planning permission, if appropriate, for the reasons set out at paragraph 372 of the report.
Following this, the meeting heard that an amendment to the minutes of the meeting held on 3 March 2020 was required. Officers advised these minutes could be brought back to the next planning committee meeting for this amendment to be agreed.