Stoke Newington CAAC November 2021

Planning Applications for Stoke Newington CAAC meeting for 8 November 2021


2021/3020 8c, Barkway Court, 60 Queens Drive, N4 2XE Erection of single-storey extension at ground floor level to provide enclosed canopy to retail unit Full Planning Permission (Gerard Livett)

We have some reservations about this application. The shop at present is poorly managed and an eyesore in the street and further low quality add-ons to the facade of the shop may make this worse. The low quality of the planning drawings dosen't give us any confidence on this point. One problem is that the refuse bins need a permanent housing but none is shown in these proposals. Also the type of security grills should not be solid, heavy weight types as these will be quickly graffitied. In addition the steel elements should be Polyester Powder Coated, not painted (as the paint is invariably put on galvanised steel without the correct primer and starts rusting within a year which would make the whole ensemble look even worse). In order to support this application therefore we suggest the Planning Officer seeks further information on refuse bin enclosures, security shutter type and appearance and insistence on PPC finish to the steel elements and shutters. (The owner also parks his car outside the shop in a pedestrian area which should be prevented. We also suggest that a temporary planning permission is considered so the outcome can be judged in use before being granted full permission.


2021/3013 Intercontinental Food & Wine, Grocery Shop, 209 - 211 Stoke Newington High Street, N16 0LH Display of illuminated ATM surround [Retrospective] Advertisement Consent (Gerard Livett)

SN-CAAC has no objection


2021/3053 Intercontinental Food & Wine, Grocery Shop, 209 - 211 Stoke Newington High Street, N16 0LH Installation of ATM (Automatic Teller Machine) [Retrospective] Full Planning Permission (Gerard Livett)

SN-CAAC has no objection


2021/3032 121 Stoke Newington High Street, N16 0PH Erection of two-storey rear extension at first and second floor levels; erection of mansard-style roof extension; change of use of first floor from residential (Use Class C3) to Health Care Provision (Use Class E(e)) Full Planning Permission (Gerard Livett)

SN-CAAC has no objection. We found the lack of a cross section and a plan of the new roof made it difficult to assess the application.


2021/2857 46 Lordship Park, N16 5UD Demolition of existing single storey rear extension and erection of new single storey and storey and a half rear extensions. Erection of two rear dormers, excavation to front elevation to form front light well and basement window. Erection of a garden studio and creation of new gated access. Householder Planning (Micheal Garvey)

SN-CAAC has no objection. We would voice a very small concern that the rear access might, under different owners in the future, allow operation of a business from the studio,

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