PROPOSAL: redevelopment to provide eight three storey (4 bed) dwellings; parking; bin and cycle stores; vehicle access and landscaping.
The Committee voted and resolved to accept officer recommendations.
The Committee was asked to:
1) agree the reasons for approval as set out in the report; and
2) grant planning permission subject to authority being delegated to the Interim Chief Planning Officer in consultation with the Director of Legal and Governance Services for the completion of the Section 106 a legal agreement under the Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and other enabling legislation development and issue of the planning permission, subject to the conditions, including the insertion or deletion of conditions as deemed fit and appropriate to the development or the amendments to the legal agreement as required. The S106 agreement Heads of Terms would cover the following matters:
a. Payment of £3,000 prior to the commencement of the development for a contribution towards the provision of loading restrictions in the immediate vicinity of the site; this will include design, lining, signing, traffic order making and consultation.
b. LEGAL COSTS, ADMINISTRATION AND MONITORING
S106 legal and administrative costs.
That if, by 28 February 2023 or such extended period as may be agreed in writing by the Interim Chief Planning Officer, the section 106 Planning Obligation is not completed, then delegate the decision to the Chief Planning Officer to REFUSE planning permission for the following reason.
1) the proposed development, in the absence of a Legal Agreement to ensure appropriate highway signage and implementation of loading restrictions along Charlton Road for unimpeded vehicular and pedestrian access to the site, would fail to comply with policies CS1 of the Harrow Core Strategy (2011), Policies DM1, DM44 and DM50 of the Harrow Development Management Policies (2013) and Policies D2, T6, T7 and T9 of the London Plan (2021).
The Committee wished it to be recorded that the decision to grant the application was unanimous.