Planning Application – Agar Grove – 2014/2833/P

Planning applications (by property)
Application Number: 2014/2833/P, Type: Full Planning Permission, Address: 51-53 Agar Grove
London
NW1 9UE, Ward: Cantelowes, Proposal: Erection of a basement and 4-storey pair of buildings fronting Agar Grove and a basement and 3-storey building fronting St Paul’s Crescent, to create 8 (3×1, 3×2 and 2×3-bed) residential units (Class C3) and associated works, following demolition of remaining parts of 51 & 53 Agar Grove (nil use)

Planning Application – Lyme Street

Planning applications (by property)
Application Number: 2014/3645/P, Type: Full Planning Permission, Address: 7 Lyme Street
London
NW1 0EH, Ward: Camden Town with Primrose Hill, Proposal: Installation of window to side elevation at lower ground floor level.
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Planning applications (by property)
Application Number: 2014/3840/L, Type: Listed Building Consent, Address: 7 Lyme Street
London
NW1 0EH, Ward: Camden Town with Primrose Hill, Proposal: Enlargement of an internal opening and installation of window to side elevation at lower ground floor level.
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Planning Application for 103 Camley Street – Ecologists Watching Brief – 2014/3222/P

Planning application Application Number: 2014/3222/P
Type: Approval of Details
Address: 103 Camley Street London NW1 0PF
Ward: St Pancras & Somers Town
Proposal: Details of ecologist’s watching brief required by condition 18 of planning permission 2011/5695/P dated 30/03/2012 (erection of 4-12 storey mixed use development following demolition of existing industrial buildings).
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Planning Applications for 10 Royal College Street – single storey extension

Planning Application Number: 2014/3538/L
Type: Listed Building Consent
Address: 10 Royal College Street London NW1 0TH
Proposal: Erection of a single storey rear extension at basement and ground floor level.

Planning Application Number: 2014/3352/P
Type: Householder Application
Address: 10 Royal College Street London NW1 0TH
Proposal: Erection of a single storey rear extension at basement and ground floor levels.

Parking restriction in Barker Drive on 4 July 2014

The parking bays on the north side of Barker Drive (furthest from front-doors / nearset to the railway lines) will be suspended all day on the 4 July so that the trees can be prunned.  You can find all the details on Camden.gov.uk.

currently planned parking bay suspensions for Barker Drive

Reference number CUS0440669
Street name Barker Drive
Location Opposite Numbers 31 To 61
Suspension start date 04/06/2014
Duration (in days) 2
Suspension end date 05/06/2014
Reason for suspension Tree Works
Reference number CUS0440705
Street name Barker Drive
Location Opposite Number 61 To 95 Inclusive
Suspension start date 04/06/2014
Duration (in days) 2
Suspension end date 05/06/2014
Reason for suspension Tree Works
Reference number CUS0440658
Street name Barker Drive
Location Opposite Numbers 15 To 25
Suspension start date 04/06/2014
Duration (in days) 2
Suspension end date 05/06/2014
Reason for suspension Tree Works

For more information please contact the parking services team

Planning Application for 11 St Pancras Way – Details of external lighting and wheelchair layout

Planning application: 2014/1585/P
Type: Approval of Details, Address: 11 St Pancras Way LONDON NW1 0PT
Proposal: Details of external lighting (condition 20) and wheelchair unit layout (condition 22) of planning permission granted on 03/10/2011 (ref: 2011/1586/P for the erection of part 6, 7, 8 and 10 storey building comprising 3,877 sqm builders merchant (Class Sui Generis) at ground and part mezzanine level and 563 student bedspaces (Class Sui Generis) with ancillary student facilities to the upper floors.)
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Second YourShout Public Exhibition

The owners of 101 and 102 Camley Street have engaged public reations company Your Shout to present their development proposals for the two sites at a second public exhibition on:

  • Tuesday 10 June at the Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children,
    105 Camley Street, London N1C 4PF

    • 4:15pm to 6:45pm = exhibition
    • 7:00pm to 8:00pm = Q&A session

You should receive a YourShout Exhibition Invitation Leaflet telling you about this in the next few days.

Your Shout tell us that members of the development team will be there to answer any
questions and talk through the detailed proposals.  They also plan to hold a Q and A session straight after the public exhibition at 7pm until 8pm.

We’ll be very interested to see and hear how they have responded to our comments and concerns from their first exhibition on 6 March our comments and concerns from their first exhibition on 6 March.

Planning application – 11 St Pancras Way – amendment

Planning application: 2014/2794/P
Type: Section 106A
Address: 11-13 St Pancras Way London NW1 OPT
Proposal: Application under Section 106A (3) to modify a legal agreement and amend clause 4.15.6 (use of student accommodation of the S106 associated with planning permission ref: 2011/1586/P dated 07/04/2011 (for the Erection of part 6, 7, 8 and 10 storey building comprising 3,877 sqm builders merchant (Class Sui Generis) at ground and part mezzanine level and 563 student bedspaces (Class Sui Generis) with ancillary student facilities to the upper floors).
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Planning Application – to fell 2 trees

Planning application 2014/3400/T
This application is to fell 2 x Norway Maple that are covered by a Tree Protection Order. The trees are at the rear of 65-77 Rossendale Way and adjacent to 11 Ploughmans Close (co-ordinates Easting 529523 Northing 183940).  The reason the trees need to be removed is that they are growing too close to 11 Ploughmans Close and their roots are beginning to disturb the foundations around the house and their upper branches are touching and damaging the roof.  There really is no other option other than to remove them.
Once the ground has rested the EV Garden Society has said it will plant a couple of trees that are more appropriate for the space.

You can find the full application on Camdens website at Camden.gov.uk/Environment/Planning-and-built-environment/

Annual General Meeting 2014

Our AGM on Thursday was attended by about thirty-five members and all three of our Camden Councillors: Cllr Sumata Khatoon, Cllr Peter Brayshaw and Cllr Roger Robinson.

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We were also pleased to welcome Jasper Cuppiage of Camden Brewery  who told us about his ambition to move Camden Brewerys company headquarters to Camley Street with 45 jobs and the latest technology in brewing.Camden Town Brewery logo

Jasper also presented two posters showing an artists impression of their proposed development of 102 Camley Street and some of the history of Camden Brewery since it brewed its first pint in 2010.

David Powell (resident member) gave un update on the forum’s progress and achievements so far:

  • Creating the forum and getting us recognised by Camden Council
  • Lobbying to get the HS1/HS2 link cancelled
  • Creating a green agenda for Camley Street
  • Work so far on our neighboyurhood plan and shaping the future development of Camley street.

This was followed by the election of the committee.  Thirteen individuals volunteered to join the managing committee and were elected (seven members who live in the Camley Street area and six individuals who work here). They are:
Chair: David Powell (Resident), Secretary: Peter McGinty (Resident), Treasurer: John Hayes (Daily Fish). Members: Ahmed Waza (Richmond Laundries), Alex Smith (Alara), Christian Spencer-Davies (Amodels), David Royston-Lee (Resident), Farra Pedley (Resident), Kay Lacey (Resident), Marrio Raggio (IMS of Smithfield), Paul Matthew (Fashshot), Richard Cotton (Resident), Valerie Barnett (Resident).

For more details of the meeting read the AGM minutes.

There were then three ’round-table’ discussions on:

  1. Identifying Neighbourhood Hotspots
  2. Establishing our Environmental Principles and Priorities
  3. Camden Brewery as an alternative development for 102 Camley Street.

More news on all of those soon.

Planning Application for 103 Camley Street – Details of brown roof (condition 15)

Planning application: 2014/3011/P
Type: Approval of Details, Address: 103 Camley Street, London NW1 0PF
Ward: St Pancras & Somers Town

Proposal: Details of brown roof (condition 15) of planning permission granted on 30/03/2012 (ref: 2011/5695/P for the demolition of existing industrial buildings (Class B1c & B8) and the erection of a building ranging from 4-12 storeys to create a mixed use development comprising 307 x student units accommodation (Class Sui-Generis) including student cycle store; 14 x 2-bed, 15 x 3-bed and 11 x 4-bed self contained residential flats (Class C3); incubator business units comprising 1,653sqm floorspace (Class B1); 2 x retail units of 406sqm (Class A1/A3).
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Planning Application for King’s Cross Taxi Club Café

The King’s Cross Taxi Club Café located in the car park of Bookers Cash & Carry has applied for retrospective planning permission and you can find all the details on Camden’s website at 2014/3142/P.

The background is that although when the Café moved into to Bookers car park at the end of 2012 with the full permission and agreement of Bookers, neither Bookers nor the Café applied to Camden for planning permission.  That omission is now being rectified. Continue reading

Don’t Forget! – AGM on Thursday 15 May

By now everyone living or working within the Camley Street Neighbourhood Forum Area should have received an invitation to the 2014 AGM which is this Thursday 15 May at the Frank Barnes School, Reapers Close / Camley Street starting at 7:00pm.

1. AGM & Elections

Nominations for election to the committee of the Camley Street Neighbourhood Forum are open. If you would like to help shape the future of the Camley Street area please do nominate yourself. The only condition is that you must live or work within the Camley Street Area.

2. Party

After a short update on the Neighbourhood Plan and news about the proposed development of 101 and 102 Camley Street, we want to make it a social evening.  There will be a party atmosphere helped along by the fact that Camden Brewery have generously offered one free drink for every person who attends.
It promises to be a fun and informative evening.