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21- 57 Willow Way public inquiry

Details of the inquiry procedure and documents into the planning application at 21- 57 Willow Way, London, SE26 4QP.

Background

On 22 December 2022, CarneySweeney Planning submitted an application on behalf of Kitewood Estates Limited for the demolition of the existing buildings and redevelopment of the site comprising a block rising to 5/6 storeys accommodating 1,401sqm of employment floorspace (Use Classes E(g)(i)(ii)(iii)) at ground and mezzanine floors and 60 residential units (Use Class C3) above, with associated landscaping, amenity areas, cycle, car parking and refuse/recycling stores at 21- 57 Willow Way, London, SE26.

On 23 March 2023, the Council refused planning permission under delegated powers on the following grounds:

1. The proposal would result in a loss of industrial capacity on the site which would be a departure from the adopted local plan and no exceptional circumstances are demonstrated to show that this would be compliant with the direction of the draft Local Plan. The proposal would therefore fail to comply with Policy 3 in Lewisham’s Core Strategy (2011), Site Allocation 48 in the Site Allocations Local Plan (2013), Policy D7 in the London Plan (2021) as well as emerging policies (Site Allocation 9: Willow Way, EC2, EC3, EC6) in the Lewisham Local Plan Proposed Submission Document-Regulation 19 Stage (January 2023).

2. The lack of detail on the proposed uses across the masterplan site results in a failure to demonstrate that the intensified co-location of uses can function at the proposed capacity of the masterplan site. Furthermore, it results in officers being unable to conclude that the proposal would meet the relevant transport, design, public realm or environmental policy (noise, air quality as well as sustainable urban drainage, energy and biodiversity) requirements. The granting of this application in absence of these details would fetter the development opportunity of the adjoining sites and undermine the objectives of the wider site allocation and masterplan area. The proposal would therefore fail to meet policies D3, D13, E6, E7 and SI 11 in the London Plan (2021), Policy E3 in the CLewisham Core Strategy (2011) as well as emerging policies (Site Allocation 9: Willow Way, EC2, EC3, EC6) in the Lewisham Local Plan Proposed Submission Document- Regulation 19 Stage (January 2023).

3. The proposals would result in the closing of existing businesses on site with no justification/ relocation package proposals and there is insufficient detail in the submission on whom future occupants might be and how the space, servicing and fit out requirements will attract a range of businesses within the target market. Combined with the lack of detail to show that the site itself can be adequately serviced or that the wider masterplan area won’t be impacted by the proposed servicing arrangements, this could impact the quality and uptake of employment spaces and undermine the continued function of the employment location. The proposal is therefore contrary to policies D3, D13, E2, E3, E6, E7, T7 of the London Plan, Policy 14 in the Core Strategy (2011) as well as emerging policies (Site Allocation 9: Willow Way, EC2, EC3, EC6) in the Lewisham Proposed Submission (Regulation 19 Plan).

4. No townscape views have been submitted and the proposal does not demonstrate a context based design that responds to local character, including surrounding heritage assets. Furthermore, the building heights in the masterplan area are excessive and without additional information, officers cannot conclude the proposals would result in high quality design or preserve local heritage assets. The proposal is therefore contrary to policies D3, D6 and HC1 in the London Plan (2021); paragraph 126 in the NPPG and paragraphs 127, 130, 199, 200 and 203 in the NPPF (2021) and; sections 66 and 72 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990.

5. The proposal fails to provide a housing mix in line with the requirements of the boroughs Strategic Housing Market Assessment and the applicant has provided no design feasibility or viability justification for this. The proposal would therefore be contrary to policies H4 and H6 in the London Plan (2021), Policy 1 in Lewisham’s Core Strategy (2011) and Policy 7 in Lewisham’s Development Management Local Plan (2014).

6. The submitted noise, flood risk and ecology reports have missing and conflicting information and therefore officers cannot confirm the proposals meet the requirements of the relevant policies. The proposal is therefore contrary to policies G1, G5 and GG6 of the London Plan (2021) as well as paragraphs 8c, 159, 170, 174 and 185 of the NPPF.

On 14 July 2023, CarneySweeney Planning submitted an appeal on behalf of Kitewood Estates Limited and the Planning Inspectorate recommended a public inquiry to be held.

Details of the public inquiry

The public inquiry into 21- 57 Willow Way, London, SE26 4QP will open on 31 October 2023 and will close on 8 November 2023. 

Contact the planning inspectorate: rebecca.luxton@planninginspectorate.gov.uk
Contact Lewisham Council: planning@lewisham.gov.uk 

Venue: Council Chamber, Civic Suite, Lewisham Town Hall, Catford, London SE6 4RU and St Laurence Church, 37 Bromley Rd, London SE6 2TS (8th of November 2023 only)

Full application, decision to refuse, and appeal information

Initial planning application

Planning application reference number: DC/22/129789

Description of the planned work: 
Demolition of existing buildings and redevelopment of the site comprising a block rising to 5/6 storeys accommodating 1,401sqm of employment floorspace (Use Classes E(g)(i)(ii)(iii)) at ground and mezzanine floors and 60 residential units (Use Class C3) above, with associated landscaping, amenity areas, cycle, car parking and refuse/recycling stores at 21- 57 Willow Way, London, SE26.

Planning application received: 22/12/2022

Appeal

An appeal was lodged on 14/07/2023

Planning Inspectorate reference: APP/C5690/W/23/3321935

Procedure: public inquiry

How to watch or listen to the public inquiry 

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Inquiry documents

Core documents schedule

CD 0.1 Schedule of Core Documents

Planning application documents

CD 1.1 Application Form

CD 1.2 CIL Form

CD 1.3 Site Location Plan

CD 1.4 Application Drawings (Existing)

CD 1.5 Application Drawings (Proposed)

CD 1.6 Proposed Elevation Detail

CD 1.7 Proposed Floor Plan Drawings

CD 1.8 Proposed Flat Layouts

CD 1.9 Cover Letter

CD 1.10 Planning Statement

CD 1.11 Design and Access Statement

CD 1.12 Heritage Statement

CD 1.13 Landscape Design Statement

CD 1.14 Emerging Outline Masterplan Proposals

CD 1.15 Daylight Sunlight and Overshadowing Assessment

CD 1.16 Transport Assessment

CD 1.17 Employment and Marketing Strategy

CD 1.18 Energy Statement

CD 1.19 Sustainability Statement

CD 1.20 Noise Impact Assessment

CD 1.21 Preliminary Ecological Appraisal

CD 1.22 Air Quality Assessment

CD 1.23 Arboricultural Report

CD 1.24 Archaeological Desk-based Assessment

CD 1.25 Surface and Foul Water Drainage Strategy Report

CD 1.26 Drainage Layout

CD 1.27 Phase I Desk Study

CD 1.28 Planning Stage Fire Safety Report

CD 1.29 GLA Carbon Emission Reporting Spreadsheet

CD 1.30 BRUKL Output Document - Be Green

CD 1.31 Statement of Community Involvement

CD 1.32 Framework Employment Travel Plan

CD 1.33 Framework Residential Travel Plan

CD 1.34 Outline Construction and Environmental Management Plan

CD 1.35 Outline Delivery and Servicing Management Plan

Legal agreement documents

Lewisham Council documents

CD 2.1 Decision Notice

CD 2.2 Delegated Report

Consultation Responses

Statutory Consultation Responses for Planning Application

CD 3.1 Urban Design Consultee Response

CD 3.2 Highways Consultee Response

CD 3.3 Economy, Jobs and Partnerships Consultee Response

CD 3.4 Environmental Protection Consultee Response

CD 3.5 Ecological Regeneration Consultee Response

CD 3.6 Flood Risk and Drainage Consultee Response

CD 3.7 Energy Consultee Response

CD 3.8 Conservation Consultee Response

Statutory Consultation Responses for Appeal Submission

CD 3.9 Urban Design Consultee Response

CD 3.10 Highways Consultee Response

CD 3.11 Economy, Jobs and Partnerships Consultee Response

CD 3.12 Environmental Protection Consultee Response

CD 3.13 Ecological Regeneration Consultee Response

CD 3.14 Flood Risk and Drainage Consultee Response

CD 3.15 Energy Consultee Response

CD 3.16 Conservation Consultee Response

Public Comments

CD 3.17 Public Comments

External Consultee Comments

CD 3.18 External Consultee Comments

Development plan, national policy and other guidance

CD 4.0 London Plan (March 2021)

CD 4.1 London Plan Policy D1 - London's form, character and capacity for growth

CD 4.2 London Plan Policy D3 – Optimising site capacity through the design-led approach

CD 4.3 London Plan Policy D4 – Delivering Good Design

CD 4.4 London Plan Policy D13 - Agent of Change

CD 4.5 London Plan Policy E2 - Providing suitable business space

CD 4.6 London Plan Policy E6 - Locally Significant Industrial Sites

CD 4.7 London Plan Policy E7 - Industrial intensification, co-location and substitution

CD 4.8 London Plan Policy H4 - Delivering affordable housing

CD 4.9 London Plan Policy H5 – Threshold approach to applications

CD 4.10 London Plan Policy H6 – Affordable housing tenure

CD 4.11 London Plan Policy HC1 – Heritage conservation and growth

CD 4.12 London Plan Policy T1 - Strategic approach to transport

CD 4.13 London Plan Policy T2 – Healthy Streets

CD 4.14 London Plan Policy T4 – Assessing and mitigating transport impacts

CD 4.15 London Plan Policy T5 – Cycling

CD 4.16 London Plan Policy T6 – Car Parking

CD 4.17 London Plan Policy T7 – Deliveries, servicing and construction

CD 4.18 Development Management Local Plan (November 2014)

CD 4.19 Development Management Policy 7 – Affordable rented housing

CD 4.20 Development Management Policy 10 – Local Employment Locations (LEL)

CD 4.21 Development Management Policy 30 - Urban design and local character

CD 4.22 Development Management Policy 32 - Housing design, layout and space standards

CD 4.23 Development Management Policy 35 - Public realm

CD 4.24 Development Management Policy 36 - New development, changes of use and alterations affecting designated heritage assets and their setting: conservation areas, listed buildings, schedule of ancient monuments and registered parks and gardens

CD 4.25 Development Management Policy 37 - Non designated heritage assets including locally listed buildings, areas of special local character and areas of archaeological interest

4.26 Core Strategy (June 2011)

CD 4.27 Core Strategy Policy 1 – Housing provision, mix and affordability

CD 4.28 Core Strategy Policy 3 – Strategic Industrial Locations and Local Employment Locations

CD 4.29 Core Strategy Policy 4 - Mixed Use Employment Locations

CD 4.30 Core Strategy Policy 14 – Sustainable movement and transport

CD 4.31 Core Strategy Policy Policy 15 – High quality design for Lewisham

CD 4.32 Core Strategy Policy 16 – Conservation areas, heritage assets and the historic environment

CD 4.33 Core Strategy Spatial Policy 5 - Areas of Stability and Managed Change

CD 4.34 Site Allocations Local Plan (June 2013)

CD 4.35 Site Allocation 48_Willow Way Local Employment Location

CD.4.36 Lewisham Local Plan Proposed Submission Document – Regulation 19 Stage (January 2023)

CD 4.37 West Site Allocation 9 Willow Way Locally Significant Industrial Site (LSIS)

CD 4.38 Proposed Submission Local Plan Policy DM3 – Masterplans and comprehensive development 

CD 4.39 Proposed Submission Local Plan Policy EC2 - Protecting employment land and delivering new workspace

CD 4.40 Proposed Submission Local Plan Policy EC3 – High quality employment areas and workspace 

CD 4.41 Proposed Submission Local Plan Policy EC6 – Locally Significant Industrial Sites (LSIS)

CD 4.42 Proposed Submission Local Plan Policy HE3 - Non-designated heritage assets

CD 4.43 Proposed Submission Local Plan Policy HE1 - Lewisham’s Historic Environment

CD 4.44 Proposed Submission Local Plan Policy HE2 - Designated Heritage Assets

CD 4.45 Proposed Submission Local Plan Policy QD1 - Delivering high quality design in Lewisham

CD 4.46 Proposed Submission Local Plan Policy QD6 - Optimising Site Capacity

CD 4.47 National Planning Policy Framework (2023)

CD 4.48 NPPF Chapter 16

CD 4.49 NPPF para 8c

CD 4.50 NPPF para 38

CD 4.51 NPPF para 39

CD 4.52 NPPF para 48

CD 4.53 NPPF para 49

CD 4.54 NPPF para 111

CD 4.55 NPPF para 127

CD 4.56 NPPF para 130

CD 4.57 NPPF para 131

CD 4.58 NPPF para 132

CD 4.59 NPPF para 133

CD 4.60 NPPF para 159

CD 4.61 NPPF para 171 (para 170 of NPPF 2021)

CD 4.62 NPPF para 174

CD 4.63 NPPF para 185

CD 4.64 NPPF para 195

CD 4.65 NPPF para 199

CD 4.66 NPPF para 200

CD 4.67 NPPF para 202

CD 4.68 NPPF para 203

CD 4.69 NPPF para 190

Planning Practice Guidance

CD 4.70 National Planning Practice Guidance

CD 4.71 Lewisham Planning Obligations SPD (February 2015)

Additional Guidance

CD 4.72 Industrial Intensification and Co-Location Study: Design and Delivery Testing (We Made That, October 2018)

CD 4.73 Industrial Intensification and Co-Location Through Plan-Led and Masterplan Approaches (November 2018)

CD 4.74 Lewisham Creative and Digital Industries Spatial Guidance (We Made That, Regeneris and Tom Fleming, November 2017)

CD 4.75 Optimising Site Capacity: A Design-led Approach London Plan Guidance (LPG) (June 2023) 

CD 4.76 London Cycling Design Standards (LCDS) (2014)

CD 4.77 Manual for Streets (DfT, 2007)

CD 4.78 Lewisham Waste Management Guidance for Architects and Property Developers

CD 4.79 The Setting of Heritage Assets Historic Environment Good Practice Advice in Planning Note 3 (Second Edition) (December, 2017)

CD 4.80 Managing Significance in Decision-Taking in the Historic Environment Historic Environment Good Practice Advice in Planning: 2 (July, 2015)

CD 4.81 Section 66 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990

CD 4.82 Section 72 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990

CD 4.83 London Borough of Lewisham Strategic Housing Market Assessment 2021/22 Update

CD 4.84 Domestic 3: Suburban and Country Houses Listing Selection Guide (December 2017) 

CD 4.85 Conservation Area Appraisal, Designation and Management Historic England Advice Note 1 (Second Edition) (February 2019)

CD 4.86 Lewisham Characterisation Study (March 2019)

CD 4.87 London Borough of Lewisham Parking Policy (March 2023)

CD 4.88 Streetscape Guidance Fourth Edition Revision 2 (TfL, 2022)

CD 4.89 Cycle Infrastructure Design Local Transport Note 1.20 (July 2020)

CD 4.90 Lewisham Employment Land Study Final Report (CAG Consultants and Aspinall Verdi, March 2019)

CD 4.91 Lewisham Local Plan Site Allocations Background Paper (January 2021)

CD 4.92 High Speed Two (HS2) Limited, 2022, HS2 Phase 2b Crewe - Manchester Environmental Statement, Volume 1: Introduction and methodology

CD 4.93 Historic England, 2017, Conservation Principles for the Sustainable Management of the Historic Environment (draft), Swindon: Historic England

CD 4.94 IEMA, 2021, Principles of Cultural Heritage Impact Assessment in the UK

CD 4.95 London Councils Loading and Unloading (February 2011)

CD 4.96 Lambeth Council Parking Survey Guidance Note (2021)

CD 4.97 Lewisham Annual Monitoring Report 2021-2022 (December 2022)

CD 4.98 Historic England 2019 Statement of Heritage Significance: Analysing Significance in Heritage Assets Historic England Advice Note 12. Swindon. Historic England.

CD 4.99 National Design Guide, Planning practice guidance for beautiful, enduring and successful places (MHCLG, 2021)

CD 4.100 Housing Design Standards (GLA, 2023)

CD 4.101 Healthy Streets for London (Transport for London, 2017)

CD 4.102 Lewisham Local Plan Site Allocations Background Paper - Prepared to support the Local Plan Submission document – Regulation 22 (Revised October 2023)

Appeal documents

CD 5.1 Appeal Start Letter

CD 5.2 Appeal Form

CD 5.3 Statement of Case on behalf of the Appellant 

CD 5.3.1 Appendices to Statement of Case of the Appellant 

Appendix 1 - An Existing Floorspace Schedule for the Appeal Site

Appendix 2 - 2023 Bat Survey (21-57 Willow Way SE26 4QP) 040523 v1

Appendix 2 - Biodiv Metric 4.0 Calculation Tool

Appendix 2 - BNG Part 1 and 2 Willow Way Arbtech 042023

Appendix 2 - Ecology Addendum - (21-57 Willow Way SE26 4QP) - Arbtech 040523 v1

Appendix 3 – Comments of the Lewisham Design Review Panel, 10 March 2023

Appendix 4 - Redacted consultee comments provided by LBL

Appendix 5 – Planning officer’s delegated report

Appendix 6 - Pre-application enquiry documentation from September 2022

           Appendix 6 - Pre Application relating to Parcels A, B & C within the context of a Workspace Led Mixed Use Masterplan

Appendix 7 – Section through proposed workspace

Appendix 8 – Section through William Wood House

Appendix 9 – Existing v Proposed Floorspace Plan

Appendix 10 – Relocation Summary

Appendix 11 – Employment Report from Kalmars

Appendix 11 - APPENDIX A - INDUSTRIAL FOR SALE

Appendix 11 - APPENDIX B - INDUSTRIAL TO LET

Appendix 11 - APPENDIX C - INDUSTRIAL SOLD

Appendix 11 - APPENDIX D - INDUSTRIAL LET

Appendix 11 - APPENDIX E - example CGIs

Appendix 12 – Utilities information

Appendix 13 – Landscape Addendum

Appendix 14 – Heritage Addendum

Appendix 15 – Noise Addendum

Appendix 16 – Surface Water and Drainage Technical Note

Appendix 17 – Townscape and Visual Impact Assessment 1

Appendix 17 – Townscape and Visual Impact Assessment 2

Appendix 17 – Townscape and Visual Impact Assessment 3

Appendix 18 – Transport Technical Note

Appendix 19 – Sustainability Addendum

CD 5.4 Statement of Case on behalf of Lewisham Council

CD 5.4.1 Appendices to Statement of Case on behalf of Lewisham Council

Appendix 1 - LBL pre-application response letter dated 22 April 2020

Appendix 2 - LBL pre-application response letter dated 18 December 2020

Appendix 3 - Letter from Kitewood dated 3 October 2022

Appendix 4 - LBL pre-application response letter dated 5 October 2022

Appendix 5 - Report of Lewisham Design Review Panel

Appendix 6 - Industrial Intensification and Co-Location Study - Design and Delivery Testing

Appendix 7 - Lewisham Creative and Digital Industries Strategy - Spatial Guidance

Appendix 8 - Optimising Site Capacity - A Design-Led Approach LPG

Appendix 9 - GLA Practice Note - Industrial Intensification and Co-Location

Appendix 10 - Historic England Advice Note 12

CD 5.5 Statement of Common Grounds

CD 5.6 Proof of Evidence of Paula Carney 

CD 5.7 Proof of Evidence of Richard Kalmar

CD 5.7.1 Appendices to Proof of Evidence of Richard Kalmar

APPENDIX A - INDUSTRIAL FOR SALE

APPENDIX B - INDUSTRIAL TO LET

APPENDIX C - INDUSTRIAL SOLD

APPENDIX D - INDUSTRIAL LET

APPENDIX E - HCA Employment Density Guide

APPENDIX F - GLA Industrial Intensification Guide

APPENDIX G - Design and Delivery Testing (We Made That 2018)

APPENDIX H - RICS Code Of Measuring Practice 6th edition

APPENDIX I - Dace Road Appeal Decision

APPENDIX J - Bank of England Agents' Summary

APPENDIX K - Potential Uses and their employment generation

Appendix L - Marketing details Greenwich Centre Business Park

APPENDIX M – District valuers’ sizes and use descriptions

APPENDIX N - Marketing Details Bessemer Park

APPENDIX O - Marketing Brochure Silwood Street

APPENDIX P - Photos of Existing building

Appendix Q - Existing Site Images

CD 5.8 Proof of Evidence of Jason Flanagan

CD 5.9 Proof of Evidence of Henrik Lonberg

CD 5.10 Proof of Evidence of Andy Shelley

CD 5.11 Proof of Evidence of Mark Kirby

CD 5.12 Proof of Evidence of Antigoni Gkiza

CD 5.12.1 Summary of Proof of Evidence of Antigoni Gkiza

CD 5.13 Proof of Evidence of Joanna Ecclestone

CD 5.13.1 Summary of Proof of Evidence of Joanna Ecclestone

CD 5.14 Proof of Evidence of Beth Stevens

CD 5.14.1 Summary Proof of Evidence of Beth Stevens

CD 5.15 Proof of Evidence of Melissa Vento

CD 5.15.1 Summary of Proof of Evidence of Melissa Vento 

CD 5.16 Draft List of Conditions

CD 5.17 CIL Compliance Statement

CD 5.18 Rebuttal by Paula Carney

CD 5.19 Rebuttal by Richard Kalmar

CD 5.20 Rebuttal of Mark Kirby

CD 5.21 Statement of Common Ground Addendum

CD 5.22 Agenda - Round Table on Affordable Housing

CD 5.23 Agenda - Round Table on Design

CD 5.24 Agenda - Round Table on Heritage

CD 5.25 Agenda - Round Table on Highway Related Matters

PINS Correspondence

CD 6.1 Case Management Conference Summary Note 

Legal Agreement Documents 

CD 7.1 Draft Legal Agreement 

CD 7.2 Site Location Plan 

Relevant Cases

CD 8.1 164-196 Trundleys Road (planning application reference DC/18/106941)

CD 8.1.1 164-196 Trundleys Road (planning application reference DC/18/106941) – Officer’s Report

CD 8.1.2164-196 Trundleys Road (planning application reference DC/18/106941) – Addendum Report

CD 8.2 Blackheath Business Estate (planning application reference DC/20/117309)

CD 8.2.1 Blackheath Business Estate (planning application reference DC/20/117309) – Officer’s Report

CD 8.2.2 Blackheath Business Estate (planning application reference DC/20/117309) – Addendum Report

CD 8.3 Crown, New Baltic, Park, Bridge And Victoria Wharves, Bounded By Grove, Dragoon And Evelyn Streets Together With, Oxestalls Road (planning application reference DC/15/092295)

CD 8.3.1 Crown, New Baltic, Park, Bridge And Victoria Wharves, Bounded By Grove, Dragoon And Evelyn Streets Together With, Oxestalls Road (planning application reference DC/15/092295) – Officer’s Report

CD 8.4 Sun Wharf, Creekside (planning application reference DC/20/118229)

CD 8.4.1 Sun Wharf, Creekside (planning application reference DC/20/118229) – Officer’s Report

CD 8.5 Chiltonian Industrial Estate (planning application reference DC/15/093420)

CD 8.5.1 Chiltonian Industrial Estate (planning application reference DC/15/093420) – Officer’s Report

CD 8.6 Stanton Square Industrial Estate (planning application reference DC/17/102967)

CD 8.6.1 Stanton Square Industrial Estate (planning application reference DC/17/102967) - Officer’s Report

CD 8.7 Arklow Road (planning application reference DC/15/093101)

CD 8.7.1 Arklow Road (planning application reference DC/15/093101) - Officer’s Report

CD 8.8 Kent Wharf (planning application reference DC/14/089953)

CD 8.8.1 Kent Wharf (planning application reference DC/14/089953) – Officer’s Report

Relevant Appeal Decisions 

CD 9.1 Creekside Village East (planning application reference DC/15/90768 and appeal reference APP/C5690/W/15/3132142) 

CD 9.2 Loampit Vale (planning application reference DC/10/073350 and appeal reference APP/C5690/A/10/2135623) 

CD 9.3 Catford Timber Yard (planning application reference DC/17/103748 and appeal reference APP/C5690/W/18/3207059) and Section 106 Agreement

CD 9.3.1 Catford Timber Yard (planning application reference DC/17/103748 and appeal reference APP/C5690/W/18/3207059) and Section 106 Agreement

Planning Inquiry Additional Documents 

CD 10.1 21–57 Willow Way, Sydenham: Accurate Visual Representations (Preconstruct, 10 May 2023)

CD 10.2 21-57 Willow Way, Sydenham: Accurate Visual Representations - Additional Viewpoint (Preconstruct, 18 September 2023)

CD 10.3 Technical Note in Support of Planning Appeal, Site A Willow Way, Sydenham (Velocity, May 2023)

CD 10.4 Lewisham Local Plan 2040 - Examination in Public Regulation 19 Schedule of Support and Objection - prepared in support of planning appeal

CD 10.5 Sustainable Transport and Parking Improvements Report Lewisham's Mayor and Cabinet

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