Archive for the ‘Planning’ Category

Grosvenor Arms Pub – the final showdown?

Posted on: 29th November, 2016 in News, Planning

On 29th November 2016 Lambeth’s Planning Committee considered the application to allow the upper floors of the closed Grosvenor Arms pub to be converted into housing use. The application was opposed by representatives of the Brixton Society and the SW…

Both Brixton Plumbers merchants to shut – flats push out more jobs

Posted on: 8th December, 2015 in Planning

Both Brixton plumbers merchants are set to close as luxury priced housing continues to replace employment generating space. Surrey based private developer Walbury Estates have acquired the Plumbase site in Stockwell Green and held a pre-planning public consultation at Stockwell…

4 public planning consultations were held 26th October – 7th November

Posted on: 25th October, 2015 in Planning

26th October: 6-9 Station Avenue Loughborough Junction station. More details here 29th October: Superdrug site at 452 Brixton Road. This is a big application for a boutique hotel above and behind Superdrug, but retaining the Superdrug shop. SW9 bar on…

Advertising planning application for LED hoarding on Prince of Wales

Posted on: 26th January, 2015 in News, Planning

The Brixton Society has objected to the application for a permanent LED lit advertising hoarding on the Prince of Wales Public House. Deadline for objections is today 26 January. Thank you to all who have posted objections. Our objection is…

Reliance Arcade “at risk”

Posted on: 30th October, 2014 in Brixton Stories, Planning

English Heritage have added Brixton’s Reliance Arcade to the Heritage at Risk Register. They comment “Built 1923-5 by Andrews and Peascod of brick and concrete construction, this covered market is a straight narrow arcade running east-west from Electric Lane to…

Pub Protection Meeting

Posted on: 27th May, 2014 in Brixton Stories, Planning

On Saturday 31 May CAMRA’s Greater London Region will be holding a seminar on pub protection. The venue is the Melton Mowbray, High Holborn, from noon until 5pm. Anyone who cares for London’s pubs and wants to get more involved…

CANTERBURY ARMS – R.I.P.

Posted on: 12th March, 2014 in News, Planning

Last evening’s meeting of the Lambeth Planning Committee permitted the application which will result in the demolition of the Canterbury Arms; another traditional, local pub lost. This is despite the fact that Lambeth does have a planning policy in favour…

CANTERBURY ARMS

Posted on: 10th March, 2014 in News, Planning

The planning application to demolish the Canterbury Arms to build a block of flats is coming up before Lambeth’s Planning Committee tomorrow evening. The Committee meeting is Tuesday, 11th March from 7:00pm in Room 8 in the Town Hall. The…

Distinctive chapel seeks controversial revamp

Posted on: 27th October, 2013 in News, Planning

The Bible Truth Church of God have applied for planning permission to replace their current corrugated iron mission hall with a spanking new complex containing a purpose built worship space on the ground floor with 8 flats above. The chapel…

Canterbury Arms

Posted on: 11th June, 2013 in News, Planning

A developer, May Developments (Brixton) Ltd, is proposing to redevelop the Canterbury Arms, on the corner of Pope’s Road and Canterbury Crescent, with a new nine storey residential and community use building. They are holding a public exhibition on their…