application which would need to be dealt with on its own merits.
Requests Council to negotiate local access to employment and training opportunities associated with the development, both during and after construction. Local small and medium enterprises should be targeted to occupation of the live-work space and office space that has not been pre-let. Encourages mechanisms to ensure use of local businesses/services. Measures would help to mitigate the loss of potential employment on the site. Further information is required on the package of planning benefits to be secured by legal agreement.
Response: These aspects form part of the legal agreement.
Developer should have regard to sustainable design and construction objectives, particularly in regard to energy consumption with the conversion of Bromyard House incorporating combined heat and power facilities.
Response: Conditions requiring details of sustainable development measures and construction management were imposed on the previous approval. A condition is similarly attached.
Where practicable the development should meet draft Lodon Plan requirement for 100% lifetime homes and10% mobility homes
Response: All units are wheelchair accessible. A condition requiring disabled access within and into the buildings is attached.
Provision of 71 car parking spaces for proposed office building excessive, Council should secure a reduction
Response: The office building is purpose built for the Dept of Work & Pensions and the level of parking is the minimum required for operational requirements. The office building is currently nearing completion.
Transport for London
Site is in an accessible location.
Seek protection of existing bus stand
Welcome financial contribution to public transport improvements.
Require imposition of West London Tram condition
Residential parking is acceptable, but office parking is excessive and should be reduced to a maximum of 47 spaces.
Support proposed improvements to cycle network, seek adequate cycle parking provision
Response: A condition is attached in relation to the tram and cycle
provision. Comments on office parking are covered above.
London Development Agency
Seek provision of local employment and training and targeting of local enterprises.
Response: This forms part of the legal agreement.
London Waste Regulating Authority:
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