NOTICE UNDER THE TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT) REGULATIONS 2011 (as amended) ("EIA Regulations") NOTICE UNDER ARTICLE 22 - FURTHER INFORMATION AND EVIDENCE RESPECTING ENVIRONMENTAL STATEMENTS PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT AT HOMEBASE, SWANDON WAY, SW18 1EWNotice ID: SUT0284131
THE GREATER LONDON AUTHORITY
NOTICE UNDER THE TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT) REGULATIONS 2011 (as amended) ("EIA Regulations") NOTICE UNDER ARTICLE 22 - FURTHER INFORMATION AND EVIDENCE RESPECTING ENVIRONMENTAL STATEMENTS PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT AT HOMEBASE, SWANDON WAY, SW18 1EW
On 4 January 2017 planning application (reference 2016/7356) was submitted to the London Borough of Wandsworth by National Grid UK Pension Scheme for:
Demolition of existing retail warehouse building and erection of three buildings ranging from 7 to 15 storeys with basement to provide a mixed use scheme including 343 residential units (Class C3), 597 sq.m. GIA of retail units (Class A1 and/or A2 and/or A3 uses) 164 sq.m. of Community Use (Class D1) and 1647 sq.m. GIA of studio/offices (Class B1), with associated cycle parking spaces and 89 car parking spaces, playspace, landscaping and public realm improvements (including contribution towards the new entrance to Wandsworth Town Station).
The application was accompanied by an Environmental Statement in accordance with the EIA Regulations.
Further to a direction by the Mayor of London on 26 June 2017 that he will act as the Local Planning Authority for the purposes of determining planning application reference 2016/7356, the applicant has submitted revisions to the application.
The revisions make amendments to plans and planning documents, and include: provision of 385 residential units (increase of 37); provision of 35% affordable housing, comprising of 109 intermediate and 27 affordable rented units; increase in height of the Station Building by two storeys to 17 storeys; increase in height of the Garden Building by one storey to 11 storeys; amendments to facade detailing of Station Building to address increase in height; re-distribution of location of affordable units within the Crescent and Garden Buildings; and increase in cycle parking spaces to 628 to address increase in unit numbers.
The applicant has also submitted other information under Regulation 22 of the EIA Regulations in relation to the Environmental Statement which accompanied the original application.
The revisions and other information can be inspected by members of the public at all reasonable hours at City Hall, The Queen's Walk, London SE1 2AA for 21 days beginning with the date of publication of this notice, where copies may be obtained there so long as stocks last. The latest date on which it will be available for inspection will therefore be 22 September 2017.
Copies of these documents are also available to view at the following locations:
- Wandsworth Council website at: http://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/planning (using ref: 2016/7356).
- GLA website at: https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/planning/ planning-applications-and-decisions/public-hearings/swandon-way.
Anyone who wishes to make representations about the revisions to the application and/or the Environmental Statement as amplified or modified by the information now received should send these in writing to the Greater London Authority at one of the following addresses:
Email address: email@example.com
Postal address: Swandon Way Public Hearing, The Planning Team. Greater London Authority, The Queen's Walk, London, SE1 2AA
The representations must be received by the GLA before 22 September 2017.
The application will not be decided before the consultation period ends. Comments received after the end date, but before a decision is made, may still be taken into account but failure to meet this deadline could result in your comments not being considered.
Dated 31 August 2017