Camden is consulting on a Planning Brief for the Euston Station Area
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Camden is consulting on a Planning Brief for the Euston Station Area
The Madison Square Garden Company proposes to build a new entertainment venue, "the MSG Sphere", adjacent to Angel Lane and Montfichet Road in the Olympic Park.
They have proposed a two-way cycle track at pavement level on Montfichet Road past Westfield, and to narrow the carriageway on Angel Lane (removing the current advisory cycle lane.) A small amount of visitor cycle parking is proposed.
In March 2019, the Planning Policy and Decisions Team received a planning application for a large-scale live music and entertainment venue from The Madison Square Garden Company (MSG). The proposal is for a spherical shaped building next to Stratford Station that would provide an auditorium (capacity for up to 21,500 people), a music venue, nightclub, members lounge, restaurants, bars, and new bridges to create pedestrian connections across the site amongst other things.
The building is a first for London because externally the spherical building would be composed of a ‘skin’ of LED’s. These LED’s would be programmable and could display images on the surface of the building including adverts.
A detailed planning application and has been submitted which comprises a number of plans, drawings and documents that can be viewed on our website. An advertisement consent has also been submitted which comprises a number of plans and a design statement which is also available on our website.
Both applications can all be viewed via the Planning Application Register, using the following reference numbers:
- Full Planning Application: 19/00097/FUL
- Advertisement Consent Application: 19/00098/ADV
How can I comment
If you have any comments about the MSG Sphere proposal, please write to the Planning Policy and Decisions Team by Friday 28 June 2019. Comments must be submitted in writing via email or post:
Email: email@example.com; or
Post: Planning Policy and Decisions Team
London Legacy Development Corporation
1 Stratford Place
The Planning Policy and Decision Team will be hosting a public consultation event where you can share your thoughts and learn more about the proposal and planning application process.
The consultation event will take place on 5 June 2019 (4.00PM – 8.30PM) at: ST PAUL AND ST JAMES CHURCH, 65 MARYLAND RD, E15 1JL (Venue details and directions are available via the following link - https://www.achurchnearyou.com/church/6629/find-us/).
The event will broadly be structured as follows:
- 4.00PM – 6.00PM – Drop-in and talk to a representative of the LLDC planning team
- 6.30PM – 8.30PM – Presentation, Question and Answer session followed by Group Discussions
If you have any questions or special requirements please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The planning application will be determined by the LLDC Planning Decision Committee, after the Planning Policy Decisions Team have reviewed the submission and all written responses received during the consultation period. No date is currently set and it is considered that the earliest this could take place is Winter 2019. This page will be updated in due course once the date for Committee is known.
Various key documents, which provide an overview of the proposal can be viewed and/or download below. Please be aware some of these documents are quite large and may take sometime to open / download on certain computers:
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At the end of this blog post, it's reported that the segregated cycle path from Cambridge North station to the north of the Business Park will be closed to cyclists from March 2019 to December 2020 (a period of 21 months), for utility works relating to development on the Cambridge North site. Cyclists are to be diverted to the south side path (along the busway); pedestrian access on the north side will apparently be maintained.
In particular, this appears to prevent cyclist use of the recently opened gate at the south end of the Business Park for the duration of the works (unless perhaps one pushes one's cycle). Getting from or through Cambridge North to the Science Park will be less convenient, too.
Full text from Camcycle blog post. (Robin Heydon tells me this information originally came from Brookgate.)
Development at Cambridge North
Early works have begun on the further development around Cambridge North, where new offices and a hotel will be built. Within the next couple of months, a major cyclist diversion will be put in place which reroutes cyclists accessing the station via the segregated path along Cowley Road. This will be closed to allow utility works from Milton Road down to the station. Cyclists will be redirected along the Busway cycleway from Milton Road. There will continue to be road access for cyclists to the industrial and residential units off Cowley Road (including the Camcycle office), but not beyond this point. Note that there will be a signifidant increase in construction traffic along Cowley Road.
Full Planning permission for 37,160 sqm of D1 academic floor space to accommodate the relocation of the Cavendish Laboratory, including; all associated infrastructure including drainage, utilities, landscape and cycle parking; strategic open space to the south and west of the new Cavendish; modifications to JJ Thomson Avenue to provide disabled parking to be used in association with the Cavendish and changes to road surface materials; alterations to the existing access to Madingley Road to the north west of the proposed Cavendish to enable servicing; and demolition of Merton Hall Farmhouse and removal of existing Vet School access road from JJ Thomson Avenue. | Land West Of JJ Thomson Avenue West Cambridge Site Madingley Road Cambridge CB3 0FA
17/1008/FUL | Resubmitted application (previously approved under application reference 14/0063/FUL) for the construction of vehicular road link across the north-west green corridor of consented development 07/0003/OUT to provide access to the proposed secondary school parcel of land within South Cambridgeshire District Council. (Resubmitted due to the expiration of three years from the date of the previous permission). | Land Adjoining Whitehouse Lane, Part Of The Darwin Green One Land Between Huntingdon Road And Histon Road Cambridge
From Camden Council's website:
"Significant redevelopment may take place in the Camden Goods Yard area in the coming years. If this occurs, the London Borough of Camden wants to ensure a strategic and coordinated approach is taken to deliver the best outcomes for our communities. This framework sets out the Council’s vision and key objectives for this part of the borough."
``Following discussion with Jamie Wilding at the North West
Cambridge Community Group Meeting, we'd like to arrange a design
workshop meeting to discuss our design proposals at Lot S3, North West Cambridge.
As you may be aware, the design narrative of Lot S3 is largely focused
upon creating a cycle friendly development. With this narrative in
mind, we are seeking the support and ideas of local cyclists.''
Turnstone, a consortium, is hoping to build a new town, to be named Denny St Francis, adjacent to Waterbeach (the barracks site, plus). Like any large development, cycling conditions need to be good.
Area Estates are proposing to build a retail park on the former Smiths Industries site between Winchester Road and Harrow Way, in Basingstoke. This was formerly owned by Tesco, who failed to build a supermarket there.
No cycling access has been proposed, and the provision for cycle parking is inadequate - insufficient for customers, and none for staff.
Please submit feedback to the developer.
No planning application yet, but previous applications for the site are here: https://planning.basingstoke.gov.uk/online-applications/propertyDetails.do?activeTab=relatedCases&keyVal=H44MKACRLI568
Proposed residential development comprising 57 dwellings including houses and apartments, open space, landscaping and new vehicular access.
Field At Corner Of Norman Way And Hatherdene Close Cambridge Cambridgeshire
Application reference : 16/1181/FUL
Erection of a mixed-use development comprising a library and community facility at ground floor with 10No 1xbedroom residential flats on the upper floors along with cycle parking and associated landscaping, following the demolition of the existing building on site.
Milton Library Ascham Road Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB4 2BD
Application reference : 16/1130/FUL
Proposed change of use of existing club building to form four 2-Bed flats and five 1-Bed flats, including additional storey in new roof extension. Erection of new two storey club building at rear with basement and a one 2-Bed flat, along with car and cycle parking and associated landscaping.
Cherry Hinton Constitutional Club 142 - 144 Cherry Hinton Road Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB1 7AJ
Application reference : 16/1108/FUL
Small development, there is very little information about cycle however a quick look at the drawing suggests that cycle parking layout is problematic.
From the Planning and Heritage statement.
The accompanying block plan clearly demonstrates that the proposed site arrangements provide for convenient and adequate locations for refuse collection, recycling and on-site cycle parking to provide opportunities to create an attractive setting with suitable hard landscaping and the use of coordinated materials of appropriate colour and texture would ensure a high quality build.
It is considered that although no on-site parking has been made available to the proposed dwellings, the application site’s highly sustainable location and on-site secured cycle storage would encourage future occupiers depend less on private vehicles and travel via other more sustainable methods.
See "PROPOSED BLOCK AND LOCATION PLAN" for drawing.
Erection of 68 student rooms, 8 student kitchens, 4 college flats, 3 college offices, music practice room and seminar rooms, commercial unit (420 sqm) including the provision of a connection to the Todd Building and associated landscaping and cycle parking (following demolition of existing buildings)
Christs College St Andrews Street Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB2 3BU
Application reference : 16/0904/FUL
Mixed used development comprising a Day Nursery at ground floor and 40 self-contained 1xbed student rooms at the rear and on the upper floors along with a vehicle drop-off zone, cycle parking and associated landscaping.
Romsey Labour Club Mill Road Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB1 3NL
Application reference : 16/0821/FUL
16/0641/FUL | Residential development comprising 8 x 3 bedroom houses, 5 x 1 bedroom apartments and 1 x 2 bedroom apartment, formation of access including demolition of no. 74 Perne Road, landscaping, open space, drainage and supporting infrastructure. | 68 - 80 Perne Road Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB1 3RR
42 low-energy cohousing dwellings plus ancillary facilities including a common house, workshop, car and cycle parking, refuse storage, relocation of an electricity substation, associated access and landscaping
The demolition of Jupiter House and the construction of a new office building comprising 5,654 sqm (GIA) of Class B1(a) floorspace including ancillary accommodation/facilities with a single basement of 1,715 sqm (GIA) providing 37 car parking spaces, with associated plant and new sub-station, 193 cycle parking spaces at street level and two options for provision of access to the development and for hard and soft landscaping.
Erection of 50 new affordable houses, following demolition of 26 existing dwellings (Nos 46-60 and 66-75 Eastfield), and associated highway works, landscaping and public open space provision.
See pages 20 and 21 of D&A statement for car parking and cycle storage. (No specifics provided)
Outline planning permission is sought for the erection of a residential development containing up to 48 dwellings (Class C3) including affordable housing, access, car parking and associated works, open space, landscaping, all matters reserved except for access.
They're building lots of flats off Rustat Road, which is on a major cycle route and also is the main area for freloading railway station users.
There are some issues with control of the building work, specifically:
- trucks blocking Fanshawe and Rustat Road at peak times causing dangers to cyclists
- mud on the road making the Fanshawe/ Rustat road junction dangerous
Outline application for the demolition of existing industrial and office units and 5 dwellings and the erection of up to 90 dwellings, together with associated garaging, parking, public open space, landscaping, access, highways drainage and infrastructure works. All matters reserved except access.
Proposals from the developers, the Rutland Group, for 1,800 homes and more businesses on Dunsfold aerodrome.
The proposal says the developers wish "To encourage walking, cycling and use of bus services, and make internal car use unnecessary"
Large housing development near to Trafford centre, Manchester Ship Canal and Bridgewater Canal. There is potential for huge increase in traffic and the plans have very little/no cycle infrastructure planned in.
The plans show 5 lane roads and roundabouts with a simple ASL and no other infrastructure. This is an opportunity for the developers to connect the new estate into a wider cycle network, particularly the cycle path on Barton Dock Road (which needs improvement). The Bridgewater Canal will not have enough capacity in the future and is not suitable for year round commuting.
Urgent attention needs to be given to the main roads surrounding the site and the development used as a catalyst to improve the below standard infrastructure already in place nearby.
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