First Central, reconsultation
First Central, planning application
OPDC has received revised reports and documents relating to a planning application for the redevelopment of land at First Central, Lakeside Drive, Park Royal NW10 7HQ.
The application is for the redevelopment of the site for residential–led mixed use development involving the construction of 807 residential units and 1359sqm of retail/employment/community space. The development is proposed in 3 adjoining courtyard buildings of between 5 and 27 storeys. The development would include new areas of public realm and play space.
Application reference number
The application site (outlined in red on the map below) is located on the west side of Lakeside Drive and to the north of Coronation Road.
Revised description of development
Residential-led, mixed use redevelopment of the site to provide three new courtyard blocks, ranging from 5 storeys to 27 storeys in height comprising 807 residential units (Use Class C3), 1359sqm (GIA) of flexible retail/employment/community floor space (Use Classes A1, A2, B1 and D1) with publicly accessible open space, private and shared amenity space; hard and soft landscaping; alterations to existing, and creation of new, vehicular accesses and pedestrian routes; substation; servicing bay on Lakeside Drive, car and cycle parking and associated works. The application is accompanied by an Environmental Statement.
This is a reconsultation of the application as the applicant has submitted amended plans and further information in relation to the environmental statement.
Please note that all comments received in response to the public consultation undertaken between 7 June 2017 and 5 July 2017 will still be taken into consideration in the determination of the planning application.
5.00pm on 21 September 2017.
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The planning application documents can be viewed on the OPDC Planning Register. Please search using the application reference number above.
Note: Planning permission was granted for this application on 14 November 2017.