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Eileen House

When the Mayor takes over an application for his own determination he must hold a public hearing before he decides whether or not to grant planning permission.

Eileen House, 80-94 Newington Causeway, Elephant & Castle
Local Planning Authority Ref. No. 09/AP/0343
GLA Ref. No PDU/1100a

Following receipt of a notice from Southwark Council on 18 November 2011 that it was minded to refuse planning permission for the redevelopment proposals at Eileen House, 80-94 Newington Causeway, the Mayor notified the Council on 1 December 2011 that he would act as the local planning authority for the purposes of determining this planning application (insert planning application number)(if applicable)(under article 7 of the Town and Country Planning (Mayor of London)  Order 2008 and the powers conferred on him by Section 2A of the 1990 Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended)).

A representation hearing was opened in the public chamber at City Hall on 19 November 2013 for the Mayor to consider this application in more detail and to determine whether or not planning permission should be granted, and the Mayor adjourned the proceedings to allow further consideration of issues raised during the hearing.  The representation hearing was webcast live. The archive webcast will be available for six months after the hearing.

 The representation hearing was reconvened on 19 December 2013. The representation hearing was webcast live and is available to view for six months from the date of the hearing. Following the hearing the Mayor resolved to grant planning permission subject to completion of a Section 106 legal agreement. The decision notice, Section 106 legal agreement, Stage III planning report, and other documentation from the representation hearing is available to download below.