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#16 halfwayup

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Posted 12 October 2015 - 04:50 PM

Yes it seems to be a done deal... :(



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Posted 16 October 2015 - 03:16 PM

This is approved based on the following conditions. No mention of concerns re transport/parking, but curious condition to consult locals on the colour of spandrel (??) panels...

 

 

Grant Permission
 
The following conditions for permission or reasons for refusal apply:
 
1 The development to which this permission relates must be begun no later than three years from the date of
 
this decision notice.
 
Reason: To comply with the provisions of Section 91(1) (a) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended
 
by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.)
 
2 The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in complete accordance with the approved plans
 
listed in Schedule A of this decision notice, other than where those details are altered pursuant to the requirements of
 
the conditions of this planning permission.
 
Reason: For the avoidance of doubt and in the interests of proper planning.
 
3 Prior to first occupation of the school building hereby approved a Community Use Management Plan shall
 
be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The submission of the Community Use
 
Management Plan shall follow consultation by the applicant with the local residents. The community use of the site
 
shall thereafter only occur in accordance with the approved Community Use Management Plan.
 
Reason: To ensure that appropriate community access to the school facilities is provided and to protect the amenity of
 
neighbouring properties, to prevent conditions prejudicial to the function and safety of the highway network and to
 
ensure the security of the site in accordance with Local Plan Policies S3, Q2, Q3 and T6.
 
4 No development above ground level shall take place until the following have been submitted to and
 
approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority:
 
(i) detailed drawings of all external construction (detailing to be provided at a minimum scale of 1:10) including
 
copings, cills, reveals, rain water goods, junctions of materials, fixings, soffits and canopies;
 
(ii) samples of all external materials; and
 
(iv) colour scheme for the proposed spandrel panels.
 
The submission of the colour scheme for the proposed spandrel panels shall follow consultation by the applicant with
 
the local residents on the colour scheme and evidence of the consultation shall be provided with the colour scheme
 
submission.
 
This condition shall apply notwithstanding any indications to these matters which have been given on approved plans
 
and in the application. The development shall thereafter be carried out solely in accordance with the approved details.
 
Reason: To safeguard and enhance the visual amenities of the locality in accordance with London Plan Policies 7.6
 
and 7.8 and Local Plan Policies Q5, Q6, Q7, Q8, Q22 and Q23.
 
5 No development above ground level shall take place until details (at a minimum scale of 1:50) of the siting
 
and design of all walls, gate and/or fencing and any existing boundary treatment to be retained at the site, have been
 
submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Such walls or fencing as may be approved shall
 
be erected prior to the first occupation of the new building unless the prior written approval of the Local Planning
 
Authority to any variation has been obtained.
 
Reason: To ensure a satisfactory resultant appearance and standard of amenity of the site, to prevent unacceptable
 
harm to the amenity of neighbouring properties and to minimise the opportunities for crime in accordance with Local
 
Plan Policies Q5, Q6, Q7, Q8, Q15, Q22 and Q23.
 
6 No development above ground level shall take place until details (at a minimum scale of 1:50) of the emblem
 
and all signs have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Such signs and
 
emblems as may be approved shall be installed prior to the first occupation of the new building unless the prior written
 
approval of the Local Planning Authority to any variation has been obtained.
 
Reason: To safeguard and enhance the visual amenities of the locality in accordance with Local Plan Policies Q5, Q6,
 
Q7, Q8, Q17, Q22 and Q23.
 
7 Details (including the layout, siting and elevations) of the cycle parking store, scooter store, and buggy
 
parking (at a scale of not less than 1:20) shall be submitted to and approved by in writing by the Local Planning
 
Authority prior to the first occupation of the development. The development shall thereafter be completed in
 
accordance with the approved details and permanently retained as such unless the prior written approval of the Local
 
Planning Authority has been obtained for any variation.
 
Reason: To ensure a satisfactory appearance of the completed development and to safeguard and enhance the visual
 
amenities of the local area in accordance with Local Plan Policies Q3, Q6, Q7, Q8, Q13 and T3.
 
8 Details of all external lighting, whether fixed to the building or free standing, shall be submitted to and
 
approved by in writing by the Local Planning Authority prior to the first occupation of the development. The
 
development shall thereafter be completed in accordance with the approved details and permanently retained as such
 
unless the prior written approval of the Local Planning Authority has been obtained for any variation.
 
Reason: To ensure the safety of the site, safeguard and enhance the visual amenities of the local area and to protect
 
the amenity of adjoining properties in accordance with Local Plan Policies Q2, Q3, Q7 and Q8.
 
9 No vents, pipes or extracts other than those shown in the approved plans are permitted on any external
 
surfaces of the development hereby approved unless the prior written approval of Local Planning Authority is obtained.
 
Reason: To ensure a satisfactory appearance of the completed development and to safeguard and enhance the visual
 
amenities of the local area in accordance with Local Plan Policies Q2, Q7 and Q8.
 
10 Prior the commencement of any above ground works details of the location, design and external
 
appearance of any external mechanical and electrical plant to be installed on the site, including any kitchen extract
 
and PV installations shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The development
 
shall be carried out in strict accordance with the approved details and any mitigation measures required shall be
 
installed prior to the first occupation of the development.
 
Reason: To ensure a satisfactory appearance of the completed development and to safeguard and enhance the visual
 
amenities of the local area in accordance with Local Plan Policies Q2, Q7 and Q8.
 
11 Details of the proposed new service access on Woodland Road and on Cawnpore Street, including swept
 
paths for the vehicles at both locations shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority
 
prior to the first occupation of development. No other part of the development shall begin until the new means of
 
access has been sited, laid out and constructed in accordance with the approved details.
 
Reason: In order to minimise danger, obstruction and inconvenience to users of the highway and of the access Local
 
Plan Policies T6 and T8.
 
12 Prior to the new/altered access being brought into use all other existing access points not incorporated in
 
the development hereby permitted shall be stopped up by raising the existing dropped kerb/removing the existing
 
bellmouth/and reinstating the footway verge and highway boundary to the same line, level and detail as the adjoining
 
footway verge and highway boundary.
 
Reason: To limit the number of access points along the site boundary for the safety and convenience of the highway
 
users in accordance with Local Plan Policies T6 and T8.
 
13 No development above ground level shall take place until an updated Construction Management Plan has
 
been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. This shall include the following details:
 
­ Construction period/programme
 
­ Numbers of construction vehicle movements during the build out
 
­ Location of wheel washing facilities
 
­ Details of any planned temporary highway alterations and commentary on the procedure to be followed if
 
needed
 
The plan shall include detail to show how works will be arranged and undertaken to avoid damage to roads and
 
pavements; with any damage being repaired by the developer at no cost to the Council The development shall be
 
carried out in accordance with the approved Construction Management Plan.
 
Reason: To ensure minimal nuisance or disturbance is caused to the detriment of the amenities of adjoining occupiers
 
and of the area generally, and to avoid hazard and obstruction to the public highway Local Plan Policies T6, T8 and
 
Q2.
 
14 Notwithstanding the approved plans, before occupation details of the provision to be made for 95 cycle
 
parking spaces shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The cycle parking shall be
 
provided in accordance with the approved details before the use hereby permitted commences and shall thereafter be
 
retained solely for its designated use.
 
Reason: To ensure adequate cycle parking is available on site, to promote sustainable modes of transport and in the
 
interest of the visual amenities of the area (Policy 6.9 of the London Plan, Local Plan Policies T1, T3, T6 and Q13).
 
15 Prior to the first occupation of the development hereby permitted, a Delivery and Servicing Management
 
Plan including swept paths and turning areas for service vehicles shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the
 
Local Planning Authority. The use hereby permitted shall thereafter be operated in accordance with the approved
 
details.
 
Reason: To avoid obstruction of the surrounding streets and limit the effects of the increase in travel movements within
 
the locality as well as safeguarding public safety and the amenity of the surrounding area. (Local Plan Policies T6 and
 
T8).
 
16 The development shall be constructed and thereafter operated so as to achieve 'Secured by Design
 
Schools 2014' accreditation (or such equivalent national measure of sustainability which replaces that scheme).
 
Evidence of such shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority within 6 months from
 
the commencement of use of any of the development hereby approved, or within any other timetable agreed by the
 
Local Planning Authority.
 
Reason: To reduce opportunities for crime as far as is reasonable in accordance with Local Plan Policy Q3.
 
17 Prior to first occupation of the school building hereby approved, full details of a Waste Management Plan
 
(including arrangements for the collection, storage and disposal of general refuse, recyclables', litter, food waste and
 
hazardous waste) shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. All provision
 
associated with the waste management plan shall be provided prior to commencement of the relevant use, and the
 
use of the site shall not thereafter be operated other than in strict accordance with the details of the approved waste
 
management plan.
 
Reason: To ensure that adequate provision is made for the storage, disposal, and recycling of waste on the site in the
 
interests of the amenities of the area, in the interests of the provision of sustainable waste management and in the
 
interests of minimising the impact of the development upon the function of the highway network and conditions of
 
highway and pedestrian safety in accordance with Local Plan Policies Q2, Q12, EN7 and T8.
 
18 There shall be no amplified sound, amplified speech, or amplified music which is audible outside the
 
premises, unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
 
Reason: To protect the amenity of adjoining properties and the surrounding area in accordance with Local Plan Policy
 
Q2 and London Plan Policy 7.15.
 
19 The flank windows on the western elevation of the building facing properties in Cawnpore Street shall be
 
obscure glazed and fixed shut. The obscure glazing shall be installed prior to the first occupation of the building hereby
 
approved and shall be permanently retained thereafter.
 
Reason: To protect the amenity of adjoining properties in accordance with Local Plan Policy Q2.
 
20 The use of the building hereby permitted for educational purposes shall not operate outside the following
 
hours unless otherwise agreed in with the Local Planning Authority to any variation:
 
0800 to 1800 Mondays to Fridays
 
Reason: To protect the amenity of adjoining properties in accordance with Local Plan Policy Q2 and London Plan
 
Policy 7.15.
 
21 The development shall be implemented in accordance with the approved Energy Strategy and shall not
 
commence above ground until full Design Stage calculations under the National Calculation Method have been
 
submitted to and approved in writing by the Local planning Authority to show that the development will be constructed
 
in accordance with revision 2 of the Sustainability Assessment and Energy Statement from S.I.SEALY, dated
 
22/05/15.
 
Reason: To ensure that the development makes the fullest contribution to minimising carbon dioxide emissions in
 
accordance with London Plan Policy 5.2 and Local Plan Policy EN4.
 
22 Prior to first occupation of the buildings evidence (e.g. photographs, installation contracts and as­built
 
certificates under the National Calculation Method) shall be submitted to the Local Planning Authority and approved in
 
writing to show that the development has been constructed in accordance with revision 2 of the Sustainability
 
Assessment and Energy Statement from S.I.SEALY, dated 22/05/15.
 
Reason: To ensure that the development makes the fullest contribution to minimising carbon dioxide emissions in
 
accordance with London Plan Policy 5.2 and Local Plan Policy EN4.
 
23 Within three months of work starting on site a BREEAM Design Stage certificate and summary score sheet
 
(or such equivalent standard that replaces this) must be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning
 
Authority to show that a 'Very Good' rating will be achieved.
 
Reason: To ensure that the development has an acceptable level of sustainability in accordance with London Plan
 
Policy 5.2 and Local Plan Policy EN4.
 
24 Prior to first occupation of the buildings a BREEAM Post Construction Review certificate and summary
 
score sheet (or such equivalent standard that replaces this) must be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local
 
Planning Authority to show that a 'Very Good' rating has been achieved.
 
Reason: To ensure that the development has an acceptable level of sustainability in accordance with London Plan
 
Policy 5.2 and Local Plan Policy EN4.
 
25 The drainage scheme set out in the approved Drainage and SUDS Strategy Statement by Glanville dated
 
June 2015 incorporating the amended drainage plan, shall be implemented prior to the first occupation of the
 
development shall thereafter be permanently retained and maintained in accordance with the approved scheme.
 
Reasons: To ensure that the development has an acceptable level of sustainability in accordance with Policy 5.13 of
 
the London Plan and Policies EN5 and EN6 of the Local Plan).
 
26 No trees other than those identified in the approved Pre­Development Arboricultural Survey and
 
Assessment of Impacts by Middlemarch Environmental (April 2015) shall be felled, pruned, uprooted, damaged or
 
otherwise disturbed without the prior written agreement of the Local Planning Authority. All approved tree works shall
 
be carried out in accordance with BS3998:2010.
 
Reason: To ensure the retention of, and avoid damage to, the retained trees on the site which represent an important
 
visual amenity to the locality (Local Plan Policy Q10).
 
27 The tree protection measures set out in the approved Pre­Development Arboricultural Survey and
 
Assessment of Impacts by Middlemarch Environmental (April 2015) including Draft Tree Protection Plan (Drawing
 
Reference: C119258­03­02) shall be put in place before any construction works commence on the site.
 
Reason: To ensure the retention of, and avoid damage to, the retained trees on the site which represent an important
 
visual amenity to the locality (Local Plan Policy Q10).
 
28 No development above ground level shall commence until of the development details of all hard and soft
 
landscaping (including replacement tree planting) have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local
 
Planning Authority. The specification shall include details of the quantity, size, species, position and the proposed time
 
of planting of all trees and shrubs to be planted, together with an indication of how they integrate with the proposed in
 
the long term with regard to their mature size and anticipated routine maintenance and protection. In addition all
 
shrubs and hedges to be planted that are intended to achieve a significant size and presence in the landscape shall be
 
similarly specified. The landscaping scheme shall include, where practicable, details of measures for rainwater
 
harvesting and surface level water storage.
 
All tree, shrub and hedge planting included within the above specification shall accord with BS3936:1992,
 
BS4043:1989, BS4428:1989, BS8545:2014 and current Arboricultural best practice.
 
Reasons: In order to introduce high quality landscaping in and around the site in the interests of the ecological value of
 
the site, to contribute to the sustainable management of surface water and to ensure a satisfactory landscaping of the
 
site in the interests of visual amenity (Local Plan Policies Q6, Q9 and Q10).
 
29 All planting, seeding or turfing comprised in the approved details of landscaping shall be carried out in the
 
first planting and seeding season following the occupation of the development hereby permitted or the substantial
 
completion of the development, whichever is the sooner. Any trees, hedgerows or shrubs forming part of the approved
 
landscaping scheme which within a period of five years from the occupation or substantial completion of the
 
development die, are removed or become seriously damaged or diseased shall be replaced in the next planting
 
season with others of similar size and species, unless the Local Planning Authority gives written consent to any
 
variation.
 
Reason: In order to introduce high quality soft landscaping in and around the site in the interests of the ecological
 
value of the site and to ensure a satisfactory landscaping of the site in the interests of visual amenity (Local Plan
 
Policies Q6, Q9 and Q10).
 
30 All recommendations for remediation and validation set out in the approved Combined Geotechnical,
 
Revised Ground Contamination Risk Assessment, Remediation Strategy and Verification Plan Report by Ashdown
 
Site Investigation Limited dated June 2015 ref. LW26156 are to be fully implemented. The Verification Report should
 
be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority prior to the first occupation of the
 
development.
 
Reason: In order to ensure that no unacceptable risks are caused to humans, controlled waters ((the site is located
 
within a groundwater Source Protection Zone) and the wider environment during and following the development works,
 
and to comply with the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) (including Paragraph 109) and (Policy 5.21 of The
 
London Plan (2015)).
 
31 The development hereby permitted shall be implemented in accordance with the details set out in the
 
approved Acoustic Survey Report by Bickerdike Allen Partners (April 2015) and noise from plant shall not exceed a
 
level 5 dB below the existing typical background level (LA90), when assessed at the nearest residential window.
 
Reason: To protect the amenities of adjoining occupiers (London Plan Policy 7.15 and Local Plan Policy Q2).
 
32 Notwithstanding the approved drawings, full details of the privacy screen to the access bridge along the
 
western elevation shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority before the first
 
occupation of the building and this condition shall apply notwithstanding any indications as to these matters which
 
have been given in the application. The development shall thereafter be carried out solely in accordance with the
 
approved details and permanently retained as such.
 
Reason: To prevent overlooking and loss of privacy to the users of the beer garden located at the side and rear of the
 
Railway Bell PH (Local Plan Policy Q2).
 
Regards,
 
Lambeth Planning
 
OBJ6 – July 13


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Posted 07 December 2015 - 04:45 PM

Gosh they have now completely blocked off Cawnpore street so that they can park their portable offices in the middle of the road! I've never seen that before...



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Posted 07 December 2015 - 09:35 PM

strange that the it will upset my way of life lot not posting on ere ?

 

Some other great cause to champion I guess ?

 

Dazza


Your obviously mistaken me with someone who gives a fig

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Posted 04 February 2016 - 09:31 AM

I live on Camden Hill Road at the Woodland Road end. We've had flickering electricity since about September last year, so has the upstairs flat. Just wondered if anyone else nearby has had this? Occurred to me might be related to the works at Paxton School...



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Posted 04 February 2016 - 10:01 AM

Wasn’t that more to do with the block of flats being constructed by a local developer on Beardell St where the contractors have cut off the electricity for the area at least twice now??

 

 

http://www.newsfromc...reet-incidents/



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Posted 03 October 2016 - 09:58 AM

There's a new development in that from September 2017 the school proposes to add 8 year 7 classes (240 kids), with another new 8 year 7 classes the following year. This will mean another 480 children in all, secondary school kids, and Paxton plans to build temporary classrooms in the playground to facilitate this.

 

Needless to say this will cause massive disruption for all local residents.

 

I'm not sure whether the current planning they have for the development will allow for this and/or whether behind the scenes are ongoing with Lambeth for a variation - does anyone know? 



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Posted 03 October 2016 - 10:52 AM

Further to my earlier post on this, there is now a petition up on Change.org which explains the proposal in more detail and urges the federation/school to reconsider:

 

https://www.change.o...-hill-secondary

 

It reads:

 

The Gipsy Hill Federation has decided, subject to planning permission, to use Paxton Primary School as a temporary site for the new Gipsy Hill secondary school until the proposed building on the current Glenbrook Primary School site in Clapham is available to take pupils in September 2019. This would involve up to 8 classes (up to approx 240 children) of Year 7 pupils in 2017/8 and a further potential  8 classes (approx 240 pupils) joining in 2018/2019 making a total of around 480 secondary school students being taught at the Paxton Primary School site.

 

As a parent/carer/friend/local resident of Paxton Primary School, I strongly object to the proposal to use it as the initial site for the Gipsy Hill Secondary School. 

 

I believe the proposal will compromise the learning and well-being of pupils at Paxton Primary School, changing the character, culture and environment of the primary school during an ongoing period of adjustment from a one-form to a three-form entry school.

 

This will limit the ability of the Federation to provide an outstanding education for both Paxton Primary and Gipsy Hill Secondary School pupils and is contrary to the ethos of the Federation to provide a 'welcoming, calm, happy and purposeful atmosphere' as well as an 'optimum learning environment'. 

 

The sudden expansion and excessive numbers of pupils and staff will also have an unacceptable impact on the residents and wider Gipsy Hill community. 

 

I call on the Gipsy Hill Federation to delay the opening of their secondary school or find an alternative solution which respects the education of the pupils of both schools.