100 West Cromwell Road public hearing

In their role of making strategic planning decisions, the Mayor may occasionally take over an application, therefore becoming the local planning authority. They must then hold a public hearing before deciding whether or not to grant planning permission. 

In this instance, the Mayor, Sadiq Khan, took over the application for the redevelopment of 100 West Cromwell Road. 

Background to the public hearing

On 17 June 2019 Kensington and Chelsea advised the Mayor that it was minded to refuse permission for the redevelopment proposals for Former Biscuit Factory

On 1 July 2019, having considered a report on the case, the Mayor notified Kensington and Chelsea that he would act as the local planning authority for the purposes of determining the planning applications (under article 7 of the Mayor of London Order and the powers conferred by Section 2A of the 1990 Town and Country Planning Act). 

The local authority for this case is PP/19/00781. The GLA reference is 4810.

GLA documents

The Mayor's initial stage 1 and 2 reports and decision letters can be downloaded here

How to comment on the application

If you wish to make any further representations on this application you can email [email protected]. You can make representations up until the hearing. 

Representation hearing

A date has not yet been set for the hearing. As soon as one has this web page will be updated with the details. In addition, anyone who has written to either Kensington and Chelsea or the Mayor will be notified directly at least 14 days in advance of the hearing.  

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