Could there be covered bike parking near the Robert Burns Centre
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Could there be covered bike parking near the Robert Burns Centre
18/1365/B1C3 | Prior Approval notification of proposed change of use from B1(a)(Office) to Class C3 (dwellinghouses) to create 6no. 1xbedroom units. | 23 Tenison Road Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB1 2DG
No cycle parking shown in drawings
Applicant has failed to provide adequate information about their cycle parking. I'm concerned this will be passed as there is *still* no cycling officer to review the application.
Condition 3 - Cycle Parking
73 Bridewell Road Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB1 9EN
Application reference : 14/0470/COND3
The cycle park at the station seems to be under a crime wave. Each day more of the sheffield stands are just unbolted from the ground (should this even be possible?). Some have parts of bikes left on them. There are also a lot of bikes with missing wheels, saddles etc.
The entire unit seems to be neglected now. Dust is building up on the steps and ramps.
Also the area leading the way from the first floor to the second floor is always blocked by sheffield stands that should be removed. Currently only one bike can get through at a time and even me at 5'6" am likely to bang my head on the black cabinet sticking out.
The drawing shows what could be wheel-bender style racks and cycles leaning against each other on the wall.
Condition 4 - Cycle Parking
65 Aberdeen Avenue Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB2 8DL
Application reference : 16/0278/COND4A
Kate Ravilious // 0 threads
More cycle-parking required at this end of Coney Street
We've been contacted by a concerned resident of the Fison Road estate:
The Freehold of the above 2 storey block of flats (part of the Fison Road Estate) is owned and managed by Cambridge City Council.
Due to a number of thefts the residents of the 3 upper flats of this particular block secure their bicycles on the first floor landing adjacent to each front door (this is a covered open air space not an enclosed stairwell).
Following receipt of a recent Fire Risk Assessment, the City Council have instructed the occupants of all the flats to remove all the bicycles from the landing.
Cambridge Fire & Rescue visited the property on Monday (29 January 2018) and have advised that as the bicycles are secured back to the wall/railings and do not obstruct access to the front doors of each flat then they do not pose any significant fire risk and as far as they are concerned could remain.
The City Council however have responded that it is a requirement of the Lease that all landings are to be kept clear of all items.
The City Council were asked (as Freeholder and Management Agent) to investigate the possibility of providing suitable secured cycle parking so that the bicycles don’t need to be stored on the first floor landing.
There are a small number of cycle racks on the ground floor under the concrete staircase but these only allow the front wheel to be locked, and one bicycle has been stolen in the last month from this rack.
The City Council have responded that they are “not obliged” to provide cycle storage despite the arguement that they should be encouraging sustainable transport (especially for residents of their own properties).
Suitable covered secured cycle storage would be a planning requirement of any new block of flats.
Can Camcylce suggest if there is any support or advice that may be available to persuade the City Council to either relax its position on where the bicycles are currently stored, or for them to provide suitable and reliable secured storage facilities?
The City Council have given 14 days for the bicycles to be removed (i.e. by next Thursday 8 February 2018).
Proposed new landscaping to pedestrianise part of Cotall Street and connect the Limehouse Cut Towpath to the Bartlett Park. This includes the removal of existing parking bays, railings, and part of the towpath wall. The introduction of steps and a ramp to access to the towpath, a small pontoon, cycle parking, and new planting.
Cotall Street and Canal Wall, London
Application reference : PA/17/02841/NC
17/1854/FUL | Renew and replace all existing hard surfacing between building and the road. Installation of raised planters with integrated benches and 16 Sheffield cycle stands to provide 32 cycle parking spaces. | Forecourt In Front Of Co-op And Pharmacy 177 - 189 Mill Road Cambridge Cambridgeshire
Erection of a 1.5 storey 2 bed dwelling to the rear of 87 Histon Road with access from North Street, with integrated store for bins and bikes.
87 Histon Road Cambridge CB4 3JD
Application reference : 17/1848/FUL
Erection of one 3 bedroomed detached dwelling.
31 Peverel Road Cambridge CB5 8RN
Application reference : 17/1740/FUL
Erection of a four bed house to the rear of 20 Bowers Croft with access off Field Way
20 Bowers Croft Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB1 8RP
Application reference : 17/1858/FUL
Demolition of existing building and erection of 6 two bedroom apartments
80 Maids Causeway Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB5 8DD
Application reference : 17/1841/FUL
Demolition of an existing dwelling and the development of a single new building containing 3no 1bed flats and 1no studio
65 Fulbourn Road Cambridge CB1 9JL
Application reference : 17/1811/FUL
Anon // 0 threads
The cycle parking on Parliament Street is great even though there isn't enough of it on a weekend, but when events are on such as the Christmas Market or Food Fairs it's a nightmare to get your bike down Parliament Street past the crowds of people to only find all but one row of racks is blocked by tents. It would be much better if all the racks were moved down to the Pavement end of Parliament Street.
17/1484/OUT | The erection of a cycle-themed cafe and shop along with associated infrastructure including car and cycle parking and new internal roads. | Land Adjacent To Barnwell Lake Newmarket Road Cambridge
Peterhouse Technology Park doesn't seem to have made it onto Cyclescape until now. We may wish to review the Cycle parking provision. Covered Sheffield stands are being provided. We may need to look at the earlier application to assess if the number of stands and the site access are appropriate.
Condition 36 - Cycle parking revised
Land West Of ARM 1 Peterhouse Technology Park Fulbourn Road Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB1 9PT
Application reference : 15/0893/COND36B
15/0893/FUL | Detailed planning application consisting of: the demolition of ARM2; the construction of new buildings for B1 use; two multistorey car parking structures; additional temporary car parking spaces; new cycle parking spaces; hard and soft landscaping works; new internal roads, foot and cycle paths; ancillary and associated facilities and site infrastructure | Land West Of ARM 1 Peterhouse Technology Park Fulbourn Road Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB1 9PT
Fulbourn Primary School, School Lane, Fulbourn, Cambridge, CB21 5BH
County Council applications are rather difficult to make sense of. However, this one has some documents about cycle parking so I assume this is relevant to the application. Reading the cover letter gives a little more context (despite referring to the wrong school!).
Re: Discharge of Conditions 4, 11, 14, 15, 16 (Partial), 18, 25, 26, and 27 for Application S/0231/17/CC at Fulbourn Primary School, School Lane, Fulbourn.
Condition 14 – Cycle Racks
Three documents pertaining to the proposed covered cycle shelters and cycle parking spaces have been submitted. These include the Broxmap Cycle Rack design details; Cambridge Junior Cycle Shelter Visual Data Sheet; and Cycle Parking Dimensions (drawing number 16-08-LD02-P1).
The original application for extension of the school can be seen here:
Proposed alterations and extensions to convert one maisonette to three self-contained units.
52, High Street, Sawston, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB22 3BG
Application reference: S/2979/17/FL
This is for development above the Spar store. Cycle parking provision is mentioned but no number, drawings or specifications provided. There are no ground floor drawings. Mentions upper floor apartments having some kind of internal ground floor provision and the ground floor having some kind of external provision.
Retrospective single storey front extension, part single storey, part two storey rear extension, first floor side extension and change of use to 6 bed HMO (House in Multiple Occupation).
29 Fernlea Close Cambridge CB1 9LW
Application reference : 17/1453/FUL
Installation of cycle hoops, removeable bollards, steel hoop barrier and covered seating area.
130 Cowley Road Cambridge CB4 0DL
Application reference : 17/1407/FUL
Erection of 2no semi-detached dwellings and garage.
Rear Of 237 - 237A Milton Road Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB4 1XQ
Application reference : 17/1494/FUL
Condition 6 - Bike storage
11 - 15 Malden Close Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB5 8NU
Application reference : 16/1898/COND6
The condition states:
“The development hereby permitted shall not be occupied until details of facilities for the covered, secured parking of bicycles for use in connection with the development hereby permitted shall be submitted to and approved by the local planning authority in writing. The approved facilities shall be provided in accordance with the approved details before use of the development commences.”
The cover letter only shows a picture of the type of stands that will be used and refers to a drawing number. There is no mention of the number of stands or the type of cover or secure shelter that will be used. No other useful documents are loaded to the portal.
Also, we need to indicate that the term ‘bike storage’ is incorrect and should not be used by planning officers when setting conditions.
Richard G // 1 thread
Just noticed the reserved bike parking space for Ofo, just outside the main revolving doors at Addenbrookes.
Are there many other places round Cambridge that have reserved space for Ofo?
Change of use of upper floors (first floor and second floor) from office (B1a) to form three residential flats C3). External alterations including new window openings and projection to incorporate 9 no. swift nesting chambers to east elevation. Addition of air source heat pumps and plant and erection of timber screen to plant and refuse areas. Erection of cycle store & associated ancillary works & infrastructure.
Newnham Mill Newnham Road Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB3 9EY
Application reference : 17/1303/FUL
Cycleparking provision is 6 spaces from 3 covered sheffield stands at a rate of one cycle per bedroom. No visitor parking provided.
One car parking space per flat is provided.
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