An application has been submitted to Camden Council for the site at: Arthur Stanley House 40-50 Tottenham Street London W1T 4RN.
The application is: Refurbishment of the existing eight storey Arthur Stanley House (ground plus seven storeys, with two lower ground floor levels), reconfiguration of the seventh floor and extension at the rear of the building and construction of a 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 floorspace (Class B1), flexible office (Class B1)/ health care (Class D1) floorspace at ground and first floor levels and 9 residential units (Class C3) (4 x 1 bed; 4 x 2 bed; 1 x 3 bed) and associated landscaping fronting Tottenham Mews.
Application number: 2017/4306/P.
Application type: Full Planning Permission.
Camden council has posted a notice announcing it has made a road traffic order to close Whitfield Street from just north of the junction with Tottenham Street to the junction with Howland Street. The closure will start on 11 August 2017 and finish on 10 February 2019. The road will be closed to all traffic including cyclists. The east side footpath will remain open for pedestrians.
The road closure was requested by Derwent London and Multiplex to enable construction of a major redevelopment at 80 Charlotte Street (former Saatchi & Saatchi building).
Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Association made objections to this closure as it would cause disruption to local businesses, residents parking, and the blocking of an important two-way cycle route running parallel to Tottenham Court Road.
However, Camden Council states it is “satisfied that it is necessary to create this order for the duration specified”.
Document: map of road closure (pdf) Hoarding line – Howland street closure – 24-7.
There were 31 planning applications validated by Westminster City Council in Fitzrovia during July 2017.
To view the applications and make a comment, see the monthly list below which has a summary of each proposal and a link to the full application.
Residents in Fitzrovia are strongly advised to frequently check for any planning applications near them https://www.westminster.gov.uk/search-planning-applications-and-decisions
There were 29 planning applications in Bloomsbury ward registered by Camden Council during July 2017.
To view the planning applications and submit comments, download the monthly list which contains a summary with links to full details of each proposal: bloomsbury-planning-july-2017
Fitzrovia residents are strongly advised to sign up for email alerts for planning and other consultations that may affect them: Camden.gov.uk/alerts
An application has been made to Westminster City Council to vary the premises licence for:
Project London, 78 Wells Street, London W1T 3QL.
The application seeks to extend hours for the sale of alcohol on a Sunday night from 00:30 to 02:30, other variations, and a number of changes to conditions.
The last date for making a comment is 24 August 2017. For full details and to make a comment see the application: 17/08436/LIPV.
An application for a premises licence has been submitted to Camden Council by The Good Fats Company Ltd for premises at Mile 27, 35 Conway Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 6BW. Continue reading
An application to vary the premises licence has been submitted to Camden Council by Spearmint Rhino Companies (Europe) Ltd for premises at Spearmint Rhino, 161 Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 7NN. Continue reading
A licensing application has been made to Westminster City Council for premises at:
90-92 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 7NT
Licensable activities applied for:
Sale by Retail of Alcohol
Monday to Saturday: 08:00 to 23:00
Sunday: 10:00 to 22:30
Application Reference: 17/07371/LIPN
For further details and to make a representation see the application listing.
Last date for representations: 31 July 2017.
From 1 August we will be monitoring the air pollutant Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) at four sites in the Camden part of Fitzrovia as part of a borough-wide project funded by Camden Council. There are 21 individuals and community organisations involved with the project. Continue reading
There were 33 planning applications registered by Camden Council in Bloomsbury ward during June 2017.
To view the applications and make a comment in response, please download the summary list (pdf) here: bloomsbury-planning-june-2017.