Update: 20 April 2015. This application was due to be heard on 21 April 2015 but since our representations (see below) and others in response to the sub committee report has now been withdrawn from the agenda. It will likely be heard at a later date.
14/11837/FULL | Demolition of existing building and redevelopment to provide a building of three blocks (Block A – comprising ground and nine upper floors, Block B – ground and three upper floors and Block C – ground and three upper floors) with basement and smaller sub-basement below and each separated by landscaped areas. For a mix of upto 105 residential units, provision of a petrol filling station (accessed from Clipstone Mews, exit onto Cleveland Street), provision of a mix of retail (Class A1), restaurant (Class A3), drinking establishment (Class A4), office (Class B1), non-residential institution (Class D1) and assembly and leisure (Class D2) floorspace and associated landscaping, and provision of 46 residential parking spaces and associated plant space across sub-basement, basement and ground floor levels (site includes 87 – 125 Cleveland Street, W1). | 87-89 Cleveland Street London W1T 6PJ.
Our association strongly objects to this application which we view as completely unacceptable. It should be refused for the following reasons: Continue reading
There were 12 planning applications validated in the Westminster part of Fitzrovia between 16 and 31 March 2015. Continue reading
There were 15 planning applications registered by Camden Council from 16 to 31 March 2015 in Bloomsbury ward. Continue reading
Our annual report and accounts for 2014 showed an income of £81,991 and expenditure of £102,932 for the period 1 April 2013 to 31 March 2014. The accounts have been lodged with Companies House and the Charities Commission. The accounts are available to view here.
Planning application: 2015/1076/P — 77-79 Charlotte Street London W1T 4PW
Mixed Change of Use Demolition of existing building and erection of a new part four, part five and part six storey building plus double basement to provide 4 x dwellings and replacement commercial space.
This is yet another proposal to completely demolish a building in Charlotte Street and redevelop on the site. Full details here.
Indigenous Australia: Enduring Civilisation will have a Community View at the British Museum on Sunday afternoon 19 April, 1.20pm. We have only 8 free tickets for this, please get in touch with me if you are interested in going.
Time to Sing may have a new life, lack of funding notwithstanding! It has been suggested that people could gather to sing anyway at the same time on Mondays. Liz the new manager at Fitzrovia Court is happy for this to happen, so after Easter starting 13 April – do come along to sing together at Fitzrovia Court on Mondays 11am-12.30pm. Continue reading
There were 16 planning applications validated in the Westminster part of Fitzrovia between 1 and 15 March 2015. Continue reading
There were 23 planning applications registered by Camden Council from 1 to 15 March 2015 in Bloomsbury ward. Continue reading
(2015/0391/P) Arthur Stanley House, 40 Tottenham Street, London W1T 4RN. Refurbishment and redevelopment of the existing eight storey Arthur Stanley House and new build element to the rear facing Tottenham Mews to enable a change of use from health care (Class D1) to a mixed use development comprising office floor space (Class B1) and 12 residential units (Class C3) (market units: 1 x 1bed, 9 x 2bed. affordable units: 2 x 3 beds) and associated landscaping fronting Tottenham Mews.
Our association strongly objects to this application which we see as counter to local planning policy. Continue reading
There were 10 planning applications validated in the Westminster part of Fitzrovia between 16 and 28 February 2015.
To view the list of applications see below. Continue reading
There were 22 planning applications registered by Camden Council from 16 to 28 February 2015 in Bloomsbury ward. Continue reading