Bexley Bulletin - 5 August 2016

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Bexley Bulletin - 5 August 2016
5 August 2016
Family fun day at Lesnes Abbey Woods
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to report or just want some general information, visit our website, call us on 020 8303 7777, or visit us
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Council business
> Digest of decisions
> Calendar of meetings
> Agenda information
> Forward Plan
News
> News releases
> Licensing applications
Community Information
> Community news
Road Watch
Planning applications
Front page:
Family fun day at Lesnes Abbey Woods
The first Lesnes Family Fun Day took place last weekend (30 July). Hundreds of people turned out at
the event taking part in fun activities including face painting, drawing comic strips, arts and craft,
archery and more.
The event was designed to showcase the impressive progress of the enhancement works at Lesnes
Abbey Woods and to encourage local people to get involved in the project.
The fun took place in the new improved recreation area where visitors could enjoy football coaching
sessions while a DJ provided background music. Meanwhile in the new Parkour Zone there was a
chance for the older youngsters to have a go at 'Street Running'.
For full story turn to page 6
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> Digest of Decisions
Controlled parking zones (minor amendments) – objection to advertised new resident’s permit
bay – Hillside Road, Crayford
Decision reference – TT07 – 16/17
Wards – Crayford
Decisions –
i.
the Deputy Director, Services and Programmes be authorised to make the Traffic Order in
respect of the proposed replacement resident’s permit parking bays in front of Nos. 66 and 68
Hillside Road, Crayford as advertised; and
ii.
the objector and affected residents be notified of the Cabinet Member’s decision.
Taken by – Councillor Alex Sawyer, Cabinet Member for Traffic and Transport
Date of decision – 25 July 2016
Last date for call-in – 12 August 2016
Contact officer – Bruce Woodhams, 020 8303 7777
[email protected]
81 Broadway Bexleyheath – stopping up of highway land
Decision reference – TT08 – 16/17
Wards – Christchurch
Decisions –
That the Deputy Director for Strategic Planning, Growth, Property and Regeneration be authorised in
conjunction with the Head of Legal Services, to make an application to the Magistrates‘ Court for an
Order under Section 116 of the Highways Act 1980 to formally extinguish the highway rights over that
section of highway in Broadway, as shown in Appendix 1.
Taken by – Councillor Alex Sawyer, Cabinet Member for Traffic and Transport
Date of decision – 1 August 2016
Last date for call-in – 12 August 2016
Contact officer – Graham Threader, 020 8303 7777
[email protected]
> Calendar of Meetings - 8 – 19 August 2016
Unless otherwise stated, all meetings will take place at Bexley Civic Offices, Watling Street,
Bexleyheath commencing at 7.30pm
There are no meetings scheduled during this period.
Amendments
Would Members please note that the General Purposes Committee meeting originally scheduled for
29 September has been moved to 5 October.
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> Forward Plan
The Forward Plan is published monthly and sets out the key decisions that the Cabinet expects to
make or recommend to the Council in the next four months.
Edition 184 of the Forward Plan was published as an attachment to this issue of the Bulletin dated 29
July. It covers the period September – December 2016.
Readers who receive the Bulletin in electronic format can view the Forward Plan here
http://democracy.bexley.gov.uk/mgListPlans.aspx?RPId=149&bcr=1
The Forward Plan is available in large print. Please contact the Communications Team for details.
> Tender advertisements
Where the Council does not maintain an approved list to use for tendering it will advertise for
applicants, drawing up a list of firms to who tenders will be issued. In this case the contract notice or
advertisement will state what is required from the potential tenderers.
The current tender advertisements are available at – www.bexley.gov.uk/contractsandtendering
For more information contact the Procurement Team on 020 8303 7777 or email
[email protected]
> Public notices
The London Borough of Bexley's public notices are published each week in the News Shopper
newspaper.
The pages published in the newspaper are also made available on the Council’s website.
This week’s notices are available via this link – http://www.bexley.gov.uk/article/19537/Current-PublicNotices.
Notices for each week since the beginning of the year are available via this link –
http://www.bexley.gov.uk/article/19765/Public-Notices-2016
If you have any enquiries or comments on this service, please email [email protected]
The News Shopper is available for pick up free of charge at the following locations.
http://www.newsshopper.co.uk/li/newsshopperpickup/
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All Council news releases are available on the Council’s website at www.bexley.gov.uk/news
alternatively, email [email protected]
Family fun at Lesnes Abbey Woods
The first Lesnes Family Fun Day took place last weekend (30 July). Hundreds of people turned out at
the event taking part in fun activities including face painting, drawing comic strips, arts and craft,
archery and more.
The event was designed to showcase the impressive progress of the enhancement works at Lesnes
Abbey Woods and to encourage local people to get involved in the project.
The fun took place in the new improved recreation area where visitors could enjoy football coaching
sessions while a DJ provided background music. Meanwhile in the new Parkour Zone there was a
chance for the older youngsters to have a go at 'Street Running'.
Parents were able to test out their floristry skills in sessions run by The Learning Centre, Bexley.
The exciting developments that have taken place so far are part of the Lesnes Abbey Woods
Enhancement project. The project will include the opening of a new skyline viewing terrace, the
refurbished fossil bed and Monks Garden, as well as a new outdoor gym and trim trail and the new
Lesnes Lodge.
Leader of the Council, Cllr Teresa O’Neill OBE said; “I’m really pleased that this event was such a
great success. Despite one of the main contractors going into administration, arrangements to
continue site improvement works are well advanced.
“As part of the project we really want local people to get involved. Plans for the future include a
volunteer programme, a gardening club and regular community events. We want Lesnes Abbey
Woods to be a place that everyone can come and enjoy and feel part of. I hope the event has
sparked some new interest among the community.”
Find out more about what's happening at the site at www.visitlesnes.co.uk
To find out more about how to get involved email [email protected]
The improvements have been made possible with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and are
supported by Historic England.
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CURRENT LICENCE APPLICATIONS
Any person is welcome to inspect the full detail of any of the applications made under the following
legislation:
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Licensing Act 2003 - Applications for the grant or provisional grant of a Premises Licences or Club
Premises Certificates; together with applications seeking a full variation or the review an existing
Licence or Certificate.
London Local Authorities Act 1991 (Special Treatment Licences) - Applications for the grant of a
Premises Licence.
Scrap Metal Act 2013 - Applications for the grant of a Site Licence.
Gambling Act 2005 - Applications for the grant or provisional grant of a Premises Licence; together
with applications seeking a full variation or the review an existing Licence.
Applications may be viewed by visiting the Licensing Team, 2 Watling Street, Bexleyheath DA6 7AT
between 9am and 5pm on any working day. The Licensing Team can be contacted by telephone on
020 3045 3900 or by e-mail at [email protected]
View licensing applications/licences and comment on-line
A new Licensing Application Information Online system has been introduced which contains new
features which will improve your access to licensing applications/licences, including better search
options. You can monitor the progress of an application and make comments while it is being
considered and have the ability to receive email notifications relating to applications/licences you are
interested in.
The user guide available as a PDF under related downloads will assist you with this process.
For more information go to http://www.bexley.gov.uk/licensing
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> Community news
- James Brokenshire, MP for Old Bexley and Sidcup
Contact details:
Write to: House of Commons, Westminster, London, SW1A 0AA
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 020 7219 8400
Surgeries are by appointment only and can be made by calling the MP’s office on 020 7219 8400.
- David Evennett, MP for Bexleyheath and Crayford
Surgeries are held on the first and third Friday of the month, except in August. These take place at 17
Church Road, Bexleyheath DA7 4DD between 4pm and 6pm. No appointment is necessary, but
please do ring 020 7219 8403 in advance to discuss your case when possible.
Contact details:
Write to: House of Commons, Westminster, London, SW1A 0AA
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 020 7219 8403
Fax: 020 7219 2163
David Evennett MP's website can be found at www.davidevennett.com
Twitter: @davidevennett
Facebook: fb.com/DavidAEvennett
- Teresa Pearce, MP for Thamesmead and Erith
Teresa Pearce MP holds four advice surgeries each month. Teresa's surgeries are held on the first
Saturday of the month in Thamesmead, the second Saturday of the month in Erith, the third Friday of
the month in Northumberland Heath and the fourth Friday of the month in Abbey Wood. All surgeries
are booked by prior appointment by calling Teresa's office.
To contact Teresa Pearce write to: Teresa Pearce MP, House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA,
call: 01322 342991 or email: [email protected]
- London Assembly Member – Gareth Bacon AM (Bexley & Bromley)
To contact Gareth Bacon write to: Gareth Bacon AM, Greater London Authority, City Hall, The
Queen's Walk, London SE1 2AA, call: 020 7983 6571, or
E-mail: [email protected]
News alert email service
We can email you copies of all the news releases issued by the Council, along with other items of
interest from the Council’s website, every week.
The service is free and you can unsubscribe at any time.
To sign up, visit www.bexley.gov.uk/newsalert
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Final stage of Northend Road surfacing works
Stage two (the final stage) of night time road closures affecting Northend Road, Erith, will start on
Monday 8 August and finish on 12 August.
During this stage the Erith bound carriageway will be closed for surfacing works between 7pm - 2am
from Thames Road / Perry Street roundabout (by SMC Ford) to Larner Road (by Tesco).
Diversions will be via Perry Street, Mayplace Road East, Erith Road and Bexley Road to Erith town
centre. Access to and from Northend Road from side roads such as Colyers Lane and Eversley
Avenue will not be allowed and local diversions will be put in place for these roads.
Access for local residents and businesses fronting Northend Road, as well as residents of Wessex
Drive Estate, will be maintained via temporary barriers at the Thames Rd / Perry St roundabout
entrance to Northend Road and will be controlled by traffic marshals. Access will be permitted when
it is safe to do so and some delays may be experienced.
All roads will remain open to traffic in both directions during the day and at weekends.
The new traffic lights at the junction of Bridge Road and Colyers Lane will be switched on from 15
August. However it will take 2-3 weeks for these to become fully operational as adjustments will need
to be made to ensure they are fully efficient.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
These improvements are mainly funded by Transport for London and are one of their highest priority
programmes for improving bus journey times. Developers have also contributed to the cost of the
work. More information can be found at www.bexley.gov.uk/NorthendRoadImprovements.
Meet the Manager sessions, Abbeywood, Belvedere, Bexley and Crayford stations
In response to requests from passengers we are holding "Meet the Manager" sessions at Abbey
Wood, Bexley, Belvedere stations and Crayford stations at the dates and times listed below. As well
as receiving feedback from passengers there will also be a chance to find out about the timetable
changes that come into effect at the end of the month. The events take place from 4pm – 7pm on the
dates below.
Monday 8 August, Abbeywood
Tuesday, 9 August, Bexley
Wednesday 10 August, Belvedere
Thursday 11 August, Crayford
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Get set for the Thamesmead 5k and Family One Mile
The second ever Thamesmead 5k run takes place on Saturday 24 September – and now’s the time
to sign up, get training and help raise money for charity.
The run, managed by Now’s the Time Thamesmead, will raise funds for the Bexley and Greenwich
Community Hospice who offer specialist palliative care for residents in both Bexley and Greenwich
boroughs.
Last year’s event was a huge success, with more than 90 runners taking part and £400 raised for the
charity.
This year’s race will start at 10am from Thamesmead’s leading sport and leisure venue, Sporting
Club Thamesmead in Bayliss Avenue, with participants running through Crossway Park and
Southmere Park along the stunning backdrop of Southmere Lake before returning to Sporting Club
Thamesmead. The event also includes a Family One Mile race open to people of any age and ability
to run, jog or walk. Participants will receive a medal and goody bag on the day.
Entry before the day of the event is just £5 per person or £15 for a team of four, and £1 for the Family
One Mile. To register visit www.NTTThamesmead.co.uk/Thamesmead5k or contact 0203 828 4920;
[email protected]
Mayoral visit to celebrate first year of Sidcup Garden Project
Volunteers, business sponsors and local residents have celebrated the first anniversary of the
Sidcup Community Garden Project. Just over a year ago, the walled garden at Sidcup Place was
untidy, uncared for and falling into disuse. Local Sidcup Councillor, Rob Leitch, wanted to do
something about the open space and founded the Sidcup Community Garden Project.
Attracting a dedicated team of local volunteers, as well as a dozen local business sponsors, the
project has enjoyed considerable success in its first year, with all border beds sponsored and
replanted, the grass cut and maintained and all beds within the garden now looked after.
Replanting has been possible due to fundraising efforts which has seen over £15,000 donated to
the project from private businesses and through grant applications.
The plan for the second year of the project is to replant the central beds and to ensure that the
walled garden becomes a multi-use community space. Links with Queen Mary's Hospital and
local schools are being pursued to ensure that the whole Sidcup community benefits from this
unique space.
To mark the first anniversary of the project, and to celebrate the efforts of the project's
volunteers, the Mayor of Bexley, Cllr Eileen Pallen, attended an open morning on Saturday 30th
July to formally re-open the walled garden. The Mayor took part in some planting and cut the
ribbon to mark the first year of the project.
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Speaking after the event, the project's Founder, Cllr Rob Leitch, said: "The enormous success of
this garden project highlights what can be achieved when a community pulls together. Local
volunteers and local businesses have joined forces to restore a once well-loved community space
to its former glory. With links into the community, and many plans for its future use, the Sidcup
Community Garden is a place for all local residents and visitors to enjoy. The project wouldn't
have been possible without the dedication and commitment of local volunteers, who deserve
praise and recognition for their efforts - it has been a remarkable first year!"
To find out more about the project, or to volunteer at the walled garden, e-mail
[email protected] or get in touch with Cllr Leitch at [email protected]
Cllr Rob Leitch with Mayor of Bexley, Cllr Eileen Pallen. Photo by Derek Hope.
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Mayor quadruples team tackling illegal taxi and minicab activity
As part of a concerted drive to improve customer safety, an extra 250 Compliance Officers will be
recruited and deployed over the next year to patrol London’s streets and crack down on illegal activity
and improve safety. The Mayor’s move quadruples the size of a team which provides a highly visible,
uniformed presence in the West End, City and other areas across London.
The new officers will be funded through changes to private hire operator licensing so that larger firms
pay a greater share of the costs of enforcement.
TfL and its partners regularly carry out operations to deter and disrupt illegal minicab activity in the
Capital and protect the public from touts. Operation Neon is a joint operation between TfL, the
Metropolitan Police Service and Westminster City Council that takes place every weekend. An
operation running between May 2015 and July 2016 has seen the following results:.
The announcement is the first part of a comprehensive strategy overseen by the Mayor that will
herald in a new era for the Capital’s taxi and private hire trades. It will deliver radical improvements
for customers, a boost to safety, support for the taxi trade and further improve the quality of service
offered by the private hire trade. There will also be a concerted effort to make the Capital’s taxi fleet
the greenest in the world.
This activity will sit alongside improvements already underway following TfL’s review of Private Hire
Regulations. From 3 October this year all taxis in the Capital will be required to accept card
payments, including contactless, to make services even more accessible to the public.
Report It to Stop It’ campaign encouraging greater reporting of unwanted sexual behaviour
More people are coming forward to report unwanted sexual behaviour on the transport network,
Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed, following a joint campaign with the police to crack down on
the perpetrators.
TfL, the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) and British Transport Police (BTP) launched the high
profile ‘Report It to Stop It’ campaign in April 2014, encouraging people to report to the police any
behaviour that has made them feel uncomfortable. The ‘Report It to Stop It’ campaign film has now
been watched by almost eight million viewers.
The number of reports rose by 31 per cent in 2015/16 compared to the previous year, with 1,716
reports of sexual offences during the period resulting in more than 500 arrests.
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Danson Park Watersports Centre
Summer activities for all the family, open from 10am – 6pm for rowboat and mini ship hire in August.
Summer holiday programme for children aged 8 – 16 years old sailing and Kayaking is running for the
six week holiday from Monday – Friday 10.30am – 3pm. Costs £21 a day or £85 for the week.
Bookings can be taken by contacting the watersports centre on 0208 303 2828 or visit our website
www.bexley.gov.uk/watersports
Want to book a library PC online?
Did you know that you can now book a library PC online? Simple - go to
https://arena.yourlondonlibrary.net/web/bexley/home and book your slot. It’s free to book and free to
use!
For more details contact your local library or visit www.bexley.gov.uk/libraries
Bexley’s Broadening Horizons Conference invite
‘Broadening Horizons’ Bexley’s Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC) Conference for teachers
and education professionals will take place on 23 September.
The Conference will offer an opportunity to share information and consider robust evidence-based
practice that makes a difference in the classroom and leads to respect, understanding and an
appreciation of diverse viewpoints by the children in our schools.
Leading SMSC professional, Claire Clinton will be the keynote speaker. Workshops will cover topics
such as homelessness, equality, relationships and pupils in a challenging world to support and
embed school provision of SMSC
Beyond the conference, schools will be supported to network and collaborate; to evaluate and then
embed initiatives that successfully and consistently encourage their pupils to broaden their horizons.
For further details and booking information, please look at the attached flyer or contact Rebecca
Valentino or Karen Turner at [email protected]
For full details and to choose which workshops you would like to attend, please visit
https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BexleySMSC or contact Rebecca Valentino or Karen Turner at
[email protected]
Local Grass Roots Football Club win National FA award
Foots Cray Lions Junior Football Club are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the title
of FA Charter Standard Development Club of the Year 2016. This is a National Award and recognises
the great work that our volunteers do in the local community.
Foots Cray Lions are a non-selective, player centred Club and have over 30 teams catering for
children from ages 5 to 18 (including 5 girls’ teams). While it is great to be a big club, it is important
for us to remember that our primary purpose is “the participation, enjoyment and development of
children and young people in football”. Our subscription rates remain low and our “Chairman’s
support scheme” offers financial support to parents who may not otherwise be able to afford for their
children to play organised sport. We have also introduced reduced membership rates for our coach’s
children as well as free coaching courses – helping to train and retain our volunteers.
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As we have grown we have continued to promote our Junior Coach & Referee Schemes aimed at
aiding the participation and development of our young people. Older players are encouraged to
volunteer to coach at our Saturday Clubs and to gain their FA Level 1 qualification through the Club.
Our young referees also have their qualifications organised through us and then get their first taste of
refereeing at our youth matches. This not only helps them gain experience in a secure environment,
but also gives our younger players early exposure to the FA Respect code. To date we have
successfully mentored 20 young Coaches and 16 young Referees, including 7 Bexley Young
People’s Sports Awards winners.
We continue to be active in our local community, looking to expand our local after school clubs, with
our junior coaches taking a prominent role. We see these types of projects, along with our own club
schemes, as the way forward for our Club as we continue to strive to be a bigger part of our
community and work in partnership with Bexley Council to move the Club forwards.
2016 also saw us team up with our new FA Mentor to help promote our Club ethos amongst our
teams and we have also recently partnered with the Millwall Lionesses as a Sister Club to help
promote Girls football in our local community.
We are very proud of the work we do with our young people and within our local community and we
are honoured that this has been recognised by our sports National Governing Body with this award.
The Club will be presented with the award by the FA at the Community Shield game between
Leicester City and Manchester United at Wembley Stadium on 7 August.
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Battle of Britain concert
24 September at Chislehurst & Sidcup Grammar School, Hurst Road, Sidcup DA15 9AG
For the 9th year running, Sidcup Rotary Club has organised this very popular concert with its indoor
picnic, Last Night of the Proms format and entertainment provided by the Greenwich Concert Band
and soloists. Tickets £13 each. Doors open at 7.00 p.m.
Entertainment starts 7.30 p.m. prompt. Ends about 10.30 p.m.
Beneficiaries will be Disaster Aid UK, London Air Ambulance and other Rotary charities.
For tickets and additional information contact Bill Head-Rapson on 020 8302 3708 or 07970 457808.
Tweets of
the week
Sidcup Golf [email protected]
5/8/2016
12:34:11PM
Congratulations Sidcup Juniors! Also well done to Lesley
and Jamie for winning the Ladies/Juniors Trophy on
Tuesday!
@LBofBexley @whatsoninbexley
@bexleymagazine
Follow us on Twitter @LBofBexley, @whatsoninbexley
and @bexleymagazine
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Road watch
There are a number of minor works, including potholes and small footway repairs, which are carried
out on an on-going basis across the borough as well as gully cleaning and street lighting
maintenance.
For up-to-date information about road works across the borough, you can visit ‘Road Watch’ on the
Council’s website at www.bexley.gov.uk/roadwatch
This includes links to maps showing general locations of road work.
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PLANNING APPLICATIONS REGISTERED WEEK ENDING 29th July 2016
NOTE: This list can be viewed on the Council’s Website and on the Intranet.
Plan No.
Location and Description of
Development
Applicant/Agent
16/01735/FUL
13 Rudland Road Bexleyheath Kent
Part one part two storey front, side and
rear extension incorporating porch.
Mr M Panda
c/o Mr Shyam Thapa
Design Team
8 Revell Rise
London SE18 2NY
16/01896/FUL
9 Inglewood Road Bexleyheath Kent
Detached domestic garage in rear
garden
Mr M Eleftheriou
c/o J McLaughlin
19 Inglewood Road
Bexleyheath
Kent DA7 6JR
12A The View London SE2 0DX
Erection of a 1 x 3 bed detached
dwelling with associated parking and
amenity space
Urban Enhance Ltd
C/O TaDPlanning Ltd
51 Bayham Road
Tunbridge Wells TN2 5HU
248 Blackfen Road Sidcup Kent
Erection of a two storey block comprising
2 x 1 bed studio apartments with use of
the existing single storey extension to
the existing premises for bin and cycle
storage.
Mr Mike O'Brian
c/o Mr Mark Roberts
Camal Architects
32 Newnham Road
Cambridge
CB3 9EY
16/01905/FUL
16 Haddon Grove Sidcup Kent
Part one, part two storey, part first floor
front side and rear extension
Mr M Garvey
c/o Anderson North Partnership
43 Lambourne Drive
Kings Hill, West Malling
Kent ME19 4FN
16/01760/FUL
66 Blendon Drive Bexley Kent
Conversion of part of garage to habitable
room.
Mr Alan Tate
66 Blendon Drive
Bexley
Kent DA5 3AB
BARNEHURST
(MW)
BELVEDERE
(MW)
16/01697/FUL
BLACKFEN & LAMORBEY
(CW)
16/01388/FUL
BLENDON & PENHILL
(CW)
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BRAMPTON
(MW)
16/01745/FUL
63 Heversham Road Bexleyheath Kent
Part one part two storey side and rear
extension
Mr D Sakali
63 Heversham Road
Bexleyheath
Kent
DA7 5BH
16/01772/FUL
14 Fairlawn Avenue Bexleyheath Kent
Single storey rear extension
Mr S T Dano
c/o Mr Nada Ravi
KKR Planning & Design Ltd
Oasis Business Centres Ltd
468 Church Lane
Kingsbury
NW9 8UA
CHRISTCHURCH
None
(MW)
COLYERS
(MW)
16/01700/FUL
101 Avenue Road Erith Kent
Two storey rear extension
Mr R Carter
c/o Designable (South East) Ltd
34 Court Lodge Road
Gillingham
ME7 2QX
16/01719/ADV
North Wode Colyers Lane Erith
Provision of two externally illuminated
wall signs and two internally illuminated
building mounted signs at new care
home development
Mr M Hirsch
c/o Mr John Stockill
DWA Architects Ltd
Rievaulx House
1 St. Mary's Court
York YO24 1AH
16/01195/FUL01
16 Eversley Avenue Bexleyheath Kent
Details of condition 4 (parking area
layout) pursuant to planning permission
ref. 16/01195/FUL dated 17.6.2016 for
the single storey front, two storey side
and single storey rear extension
Mr And Mrs Mpanga
c/o Mr David Tubbs
DT Designs
Englewood
Farningham Hill Road
Farningham
Kent DA4 0JR
15/02376/FUL01
18 Mortimer Road Erith Kent
Details of condition 4 (boundary
treatment) pursuant to planning
permission ref. 15/02376/FUL dated
01.02.2016 for the 1 x 3 bed and 1 x 4
bed dwelling with associated parking and
amenity space.
Mr Adam Button
56 Fauchons Lane
Bearsted
Maidstone
Kent ME14 4AH
19
CRAY MEADOWS
(CW)
16/01443/FUL
This application is in the High
Beeches Conservation Area.
50 St James Way Sidcup Kent
Part one part two storey rear extension
Mr And Mrs J Barnard
c/o Mr Peter Cook
Passfield
Framfield Road
Buxted
East Sussex
TN22 4PG
16/01942/FUL
19 Bexley Lane Sidcup Kent
Single storey side and rear extension
Miss J Brookfield
c/o Mr B Lisle
19 Bexley Lane
Sidcup
Kent DA14 4JW
16/01798/FUL
St Peter Chanel Rc School Baugh Road
Sidcup
Resurfacing and extending existing
playground, installation of trim trail,
swing and climber.
St Peter Chanel Catholic School
c/o Ivan Chavdarov
Amey Ltd
Civic Offices
2 Watling Street
Bexleyheath
Kent DA6 7AT
09/00334/OUTM11
Samas Roneo Maiden Lane Crayford
Details of conditions 9 and 35 (Land
assessments) pursuant to planning
permission 09/00334/OUTM for the
redevelopment of Site to provide a new
gym (Class D2) with associated parking
(58 spaces), landscaping and new
access infrastructure and outline
application for up to 247 residential
dwellings illustratively 86 x 1-bed and 74
x 2-bed apartments, 52 x 3-bed and 35 x
4-bed houses), parking provision (252
spaces) landscaping areas and green
open space.
Barratt Homes Ltd
C/O Barton Wilmore
The Observatory
Southfleet Road
Ebbsfleet
Swanscombe DA10 0DF
16/01921/FUL
144 Maiden Lane Crayford Dartford
Part two storey part first floor rear
extension
Mrs A Gleeson
144 Maiden Lane
Crayford
Dartford
Kent
DA1 4NG
16/01859/FULM
4 Tower Retail Park Crayford Road
Crayford
Proposal under Section 73 of the Town
and Country Planning Act 1990
regarding Unit 4 premises approved
under planning permission reference
16/00670/FULM dated 15.6.2016 to
allow the extension of opening hours to
8.00am to 11.00pm.
TIAA Henderson Real Estate
C/ O Mr Jonathan Best
Montagu Evans
5 Bolton Street
London W1J 8BA
CRAYFORD
(MW)
20
16/01860/ADV
4 Tower Retail Park Crayford Road
Crayford
Installation of two internally illuminated
fascia signs.
Smyths Toys Ltd
C/o Firstplan
Firstplan
Bramah House
65-71 Bermondsey Street
London SE1 3XF
22 Roseacre Road Welling Kent
Part one part two storey front side and
rear extension incorporating porch
Mr S Gray
c/o Mr Paul Fowler
1 Discovery Road
Maidstone
Kent ME15 8HF
13/01988/FULM12
Land At Hill View Hill View Drive Welling
Details of condition 23 (secured by
design) (Plots 1-27 only) pursuant to
planning permission ref. 13/01988/FULM
dated 28.2.2014 relating to the
demolition of existing buildings and
erection 61 residential units, comprising
47 houses and 14 flats, ranging between
two-to-three storeys in height, together
with 115 car parking spaces and 107
cycle spaces, landscaping and
infrastructure works.
Bellway Homes (Thames Gateway)
C/O Savills
33 Margaret Street
London
W1G 0JD
16/01804/FULM
Fanny On The Hill Wickham Street
Welling
Proposal under Section 73 of the Town
and Country Planning Act 1990
regarding the demolition of the existing
public house and erection of a part
two/part three storey building comprising
5 x 1 bed flats, 4 x 2 bed flats and 1 x 3
bed flats with 14 car parking spaces
approved under planning permission ref.
15/01300/FULM to allow amendments to
the approved drawings including removal
of 5 staircases, reduction in footprint and
amendment to the mix of units to provide
4 x 1 bed, 5 x 2 bed and 1 x 3 bed flats.
Dhadda Estates Ltd
C/O Bhd Architects
Oak House
London Road
Sevenokas
Kent TN13 1AF
135 Erith Road Belvedere Kent
Vehicular access
Mr Darren Rayner
c/o Mr Darren Rayner
40 Iron Mill Place
Crayford
DA1 4RT
DANSON PARK
(CW)
16/01895/FUL
EAST WICKHAM
(CW)
ERITH
(MW)
16/00969/FUL
21
FALCONWOOD & WELLING
(CW)
16/01089/FUL
15 Westwood Lane Welling Kent
Alterations to roofline incorporating hip to
gable end, formation of rear dormer
extension, two rooflights in front
roofslope and one window in side
elevation.
Mr E Ohene
c/o Mr Dave Harling
D H Building Services
23 Chester Road
Sidcup DA15 8RX
16/01686/FUL
31 - 33 Bellegrove Road Welling Kent
Provision of new shopfront
Scotco Restaurants Ltd
c/o Hone Edwards Associates LLP
Second Floor Millars Three
Southmill Road
Bishops Stortford CM23 3DH
16/01687/ADV
31 - 33 Bellegrove Road Welling Kent
Provision of two externally illuminated
fascia signs, one internally illuminated
projecting sign and one internally
illuminated box sign.
Scotco Restaurants Ltd
c/o Hone Edwards Associates LLP
Second Floor Millars Three
Southmill Road
Bishops Stortford
CM23 3DH
LESNES ABBEY
None
(MW)
LONGLANDS
(CW)
16/01614/FUL
1 Orchard Road Sidcup Kent
Alterations to rooline incorporating hip to
gable, window in the side elevation and
two rooflight windows to front roof slope.
Mr Kendall
c/o Norman McKernan
Bluelime
Gwynfa House
677 Princes Road
Dartford
Kent DA2 6EF
16/01642/FUL
This application is in the Christ
Church Conservation Area.
97 Main Road Sidcup Kent
Change of use of ground floor from
Retail (Class A1) to use as a Drinking
Establishment (Class A4). Provision of
outdoor seating area.
Mrs Susan Batmaz
31 Acacia Way
Sidcup
Kent
NORTH END
None
(MW)
NORTHUMBERLAND HEATH
(MW)
16/01493/LDCE
40 Belmont Road Erith Kent
Lawful Development Certificate
(Existing) for use of the ground floor as
offices for a Building Company.
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Mr Derren Hancock
c/o Anderson North Partnership
Mr Stuart Anderson
43 Lambourne Drive
Kings Hill, West Malling
Kent ME19 4FN
16/01925/FUL
64 Luddesdon Road Erith Kent
Part one part two storey front and side
extension incorporating porch
SIDCUP
None
Mr And Mrs R Veetil
c/o A D Hellard
Albany Building Design
17 Bourne Mead
Bexley, Kent
DA5 1PJ
(CW)
ST MARY’S
(CW)
16/01868/FUL
8 The Close Bexley Kent
Two storey side and single storey rear
extension
Mr B Hargreaves
c/o Anderson North Partnership
43 Lambourne Drive
Kings Hill, West Malling
Kent
ME19 4FN
16/01946/FUL
7 Baldwyns Park Bexley Kent
Provision of new roof, at a raised height,
to form rooms in roofspace and
incorporating a gable end to rear with
juliet balcony and two rooflights in either
side roofslope
Mr Perera
c/o Colin Luther Ass Ltd
25B Pickford Road
Bexleyheath
Kent
DA7 4AG
16/01571/FUL
50 Lodge Hill Welling Kent
Single storey side extension
Mr S Sembi
c/o Mr Dadhurshanan Wairaiya
KPCL Architecture
28 Vicarage Lane
Stratford
E15 4ES
16/01737/FUL
61 Normanhurst Avenue Bexleyheath
Kent
Erection of two storey side extension to
provide two x one bed flats with
associated parking and amenity space,
single storey front extension to existing
dwelling
Mr R Manji
c/o Mr King
T&B Property Services Ltd
51 Camden Road
Bexley
Kent DA5 3NZ
16/01906/FUL
22 Swanley Road Welling Kent
Conservatory to rear and covered way to
side
Mr And Mrs Wiltshire
c/o Mr A S Berry
29 Spenlow Drive
Chatham
Kent ME5 9JT
12 Ormesby Close London SE28 8NA
Two storey side and rear extension.
Mr C Oke
c/o Mr Kristian Marjoram
Marjoram Architects
20 Warwick Road
London SE20 7YL
ST MICHAEL’S
(CW)
THAMESMEAD EAST
(MW)
16/01685/FUL
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NOTES
1. Planning applications marked with an * will be submitted to the Planning Committee for consideration.
2. All other applications fall within categories delegated for determination by the Head of Development Control
but Members are reminded that in respect of these applications they may, within 21 days of the date of this
circular, request the Head of Development Control to refer the full application to the Planning Committee.
3. Further enquiries in respect of applications should be made to the Development, Housing and Community
Safety Department, Civic Offices, 2 Watling Street, Bexleyheath, Kent, DA6 7ATwhere applications and plans
submitted may be inspected electronically between the hours of 9.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m., Mondays to Fridays.
GENERAL ENQUIRIES regarding applications should, in the first instance, be made to the Development
Control Administration Team on 020 3045 5992
The Borough has now been divided into 2 planning groups as indicated below :NORTH
WARDS : Barnehurst, Belvedere, Brampton, Christchurch, Colyers, Crayford, Erith, Lesnes Abbey,
North End, Northumberland Heath, Thamesmead East.
North Team Leader : Mr M Watling (020-3045-5771)
SOUTH
WARDS : Blackfen & Lamorbey, Blendon & Penhill, Cray Meadows, Danson Park, East Wickham,
Falconwood & Welling, Longlands, Sidcup, St. Mary’s, St. Michael’s.
South Team Leader : Mr C Westwood (020-3045-5763)
4. For reference, the letters at the end of each application number denote the type of application, these are:FUL
OUT
FULEA
FULM
OUTEA
OUTM
ADV
LBC
CAC
FUL01
OUT01
S211
T
CIRC
GPDO
GPDO8
LDCE
LDCP
Detailed planning application
Outline planning application
Detailed planning application accompanied by Environmental Assessment
Detailed planning application that is a Major Development
Outline planning application accompanied by Environmental Assessment
Outline planning application that is a Major Development
Advertisement Consent application
Listed Building Consent application
Conservation Area Consent application
Details pursuant to a condition on a detailed planning application
Approval of Reserved Matters following outline planning permission
Notification of Works to Trees in a Conservation Area
Works to Trees protected by a Preservation Order
Consultation by a Government Department
Consultation by a Telecommunications Company (28 Day Notification Period)
Consultation by a Telecommunications Company (56 Day Notification Period)
Lawful Development Certificate application for an existing use or building
Lawful Development Certificate application for a proposed use or building
5. Date of Circular:- 1st August 2016
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The deadline for the next issue of your weekly Bexley Bulletin
Midday 12 August 2016
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