APPROVED CONDITION DISCHARGE – CONSTRUCTION VEHICLE VEHICLE TRACKING / SWEPT PATH ANALYSIS IN CHEAM SUTTON
KRONEN were recently appointed to provide construction vehicle vehicle tracking / swept path analysis to support a construction plan for planning condition discharge for a site in Sutton. The application site was 42 Westfield Road And Rear Of 44 Westfield Road, Cheam, Sutton, SM1 2LB. Sutton Council’s planning application reference was “CLC2023/00201” “Application to clear conditions 3 (materials), 5 (solar panels), 8 (construction logistics plan), 9 (cycle Storage), 10 (refuse storage), 11 (hard and soft landscaping), 14 (boundary treatment) of approved application DM2023/00003”. Shortly after the vehicle tracking / swept path analysis was submitted the condition was discharged. All work was delivered on-time and within budget. Contact KRONEN using either email@example.com or 020 8541 1139 if your project requires construction vehicle vehicle tracking / swept path analysis.
COMMITTEE APPROVAL FOR APARTMENT DEVELOPMENT IN DENHAM (CHILTERN & SOUTH BUCKS) BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, SUPPORTED BY KRONEN’S PARKING TRANSPORT TECHNICAL NOTE
Buckinghamshire Council South Area Planning Committee recently approved an application for a 6 × apartments in Denham. The application site was Firdene, Oxford Road, Denham, SL9 7AP. The planning application was “PL/23/0411/FA” for the “Demolition of existing house and outbuildings and erection of a block of 6 flats with associated parking, cycle and bin provision and widening of existing vehicular access”. (Images: Project Team) KRONEN were working with RAA Planning and B-12. The planning application was supported by KRONEN’s Transport Technical Note. KRONEN were appointed to justify parking provisions following the Committee’s decision to defer the application from an earlier committee date to allow more assessment on parking matters. Contact KRONEN using either firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 8541 1139 if your Denham (Chiltern & South Bucks) Buckinghamshire project requires a Transport Technical Note / parking assistance.
East Cambridgeshire District Council recently approved a new house in Littleport town centre. East Cambridgeshire DC’s application ref was “22/00378/FUL”. The proposal sought the “Construction of two-storey dwelling, creation of a stair enclosure to the flat above the existing retail unit & bin area for 22 Main Street and associated works”. The site was car park to the rear of Rima’s Shop, 22 Main Street, Littleport, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB6 1PJ. The site was a car park and bin store area for a shop. The proposal was for a new house; originally with off-street parking in an internal garage but over the course of the assessment / determination the proposal changed to zero parking development. (Image: Wimshurst Pelleriti) The planning application was supported by KRONEN’s Transport Statement Technical Note. The main issues for the Transport Statement included loss of existing parking … Continue reading
KRONEN have recently supported full planning proposals for a mixed-use commercial and 46 × apartment development on High Street in Slough town centre. We have been involved with various planning applications at the site since 2019. We worked for Jaspar. We provided a Transport Statement addressing key issues such as restrained parking and servicing on the proposed site layout etc. The full planning application was approved last month. Slough BC’s application reference was “P/03079/018” for the “Construction of a three storey roof extension and conversion of the first and second floor to provide 46 residential units (Use Class C3); re-provision of 2 commercial units (Use Class E) at ground floor; associated cycle parking, refuse storage; roof garden; new residential access to the front (north) elevation; and upgrades to the high street facade”. (Images: Jaspar) Contact KRONEN using either email@example.com or … Continue reading
King’s Lynn & West Norfolk BC approve Windsor Patania Architecture’s planning application for 2 × zero parking flats in King’s Lynn. KRONEN prepared a Transport Technical Note with a Parking Survey to support the zero parking proposal approximately 500m walk from the town centre boundary. King’s Lynn & West Norfolk BC planning reference “23/00518/F” for the “Conversion of existing property to 2no. flats, erection of rear extension, rebuilding the pitched roof of the existing rear ground floor extension to add a skylight, converting existing attic area to habitable space, erection of a rear dormer window, new 2no. skylights to front elevation and demolition of outbuilding to enlarge amenity area for occupants” at 172 Loke Road, King’s Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 2BP. The application was approved last month June 2023. (Image: Bing Maps) Contact KRONEN using either firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 8541 1139 … Continue reading
LB Richmond approve a planning application for car free development in Barnes. KRONEN were working for Jaspar. KRONEN prepared a Transport Technical Note. The proposal sought to create additional (car free / zero parking) housing. LB Richmond planning reference “22/3573/FUL” for the “Conversion of 15A and 15B from 2 no. residential flats to 3 no. residential flats. Alterations to fenestration. Alteration to west elevation. Insertion of courtyards. Alterations to bin store and cycle store.” at 13 to 17 White Hart Lane, Barnes, London, SW13 0PX. KRONEN have been retained / worked on several applications at the site since 2018. (Image: Jaspar) Contact KRONEN using either email@example.com or 020 8541 1139 if your Barnes project requires similar Transport Technical Note support.
APPROVED APPLICATION AND TRANSPORT STATEMENT TECHNICAL NOTE IN UPPER NORWOOD / CRYSTAL PALACE, LAMBETH
Lambeth Council approve a planning application for modest mixed use development in Upper Norwood / Crystal Palace. KRONEN prepared a Transport Statement Technical Note to support the application. The proposal sought to create 2 × additional (car free / zero parking) flats to the existing building. Lambeth Council planning reference “21/02074/FUL” for the “Demolition of existing internal walls, external rendered walls and rebuilding external walls to match existing brick work, cornices and windows. Erection of a single storey upwards extension. Alterations to existing ground floor, basement retail layout and first floor flat. Erection double storey Live/Work unit with a single rooflight towards the rear” at 13 Westow Hill, London, SE19 1TQ. (Image: Unitec Designs) Contact KRONEN using either firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 8541 1139 if your Upper Norwood / Crystal Palace project requires a Transport Statement Technical Note.
KRONEN have recently supported full planning proposals for a new dwelling on Castelnau in Barnes. We worked alongside Wimshurst Pelleriti on the scheme. We provided a Transport Statement addressing key issues such as site planning history, access constraints to a primary A-road and proposed site layout etc. The full planning application was recently approved. LB Richmond reference “20/2923/FUL” for the “Demolition of existing garages and greenhouses and redevelopment to provide a single detached residential property” at Land Rear Of 130 Castelnau, Barnes. We have been involved with various pre-app’s, full planning applications and appeals at the site since 2017. (Images: Wimshurst Pelleriti)
We’ve assisted projects that have recently been approved for changes to accesses, gates and parking in LB Richmond. These types of applications may appear straightforward but often involve careful consideration alongside planning, design, heritage etc. items. Considerations include whether off-street works are needed (generally avoid if possible), ingress / egress / manoeuvring, swept path analysis, vehicle and pedestrian sightlines and visibility, walls and boundary treatments, impacts to on-street parking, any street furniture, local design guidance (e.g. Transport SPD in LB Richmond). The recent approvals were: Application “22/2718/FUL” at 1 and 2 Pembroke Villas, The Green, Richmond for the “Alterations to front boundary including raising height of brick piers, installation of railings and the installation of vehicular and pedestrian gates” Application “22/3504/HOT” at 32 Lower Teddington Road, Hampton Wick, Kingston Upon Thames, KT1 4HJ for the “Partial demolition of the front … Continue reading
A couple of months ago Sutton Council granted permission for a residential development on Rosehill in Rose Hill. Application ref “DM2022/00615”. The proposal sought the “Demolition of existing buildings and erection of a part two, part three and part five storey building containing 17 flats along with parking, cycle/refuse stores and hard and soft landscaping”. The site was Land at 102 to 104 Rose Hill Sutton. The site comprised 2 × buildings historically used as a builders merchant and tool shop then subsequently a cafe and retail shop (although now vacant with the site is enclosed by hoardings). The proposal included the demolition of the existing buildings and construct a 17 × apartment block comprising 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom apartments. The proposal retained 1 × vehicle access from Rose Hill serving a restrained 8 × off-street car parking spaces. (Image: Brookes … Continue reading