TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990
at The Clocktower Pavilion, St Mary's Road, Swanley, BR8 7BU
on 26 March 2019 at 10.00
REASON FOR INQUIRY
Appeal by U & I Group PlC
Relating to the application to Sevenoaks District Council
For revised hybrid application for the phased redevelopment of part of the Swanley Square Shopping Centre and land to the rear, comprising a detailed application for Blocks 1, 2 and 4 and an outline only application (with details relating to appearance and landscaping
reserved) for Blocks 3, 5, 6 and 7. Blocks 1, 2 and 4 comprise the erection of three buildings ranging between 3 and 11 storeys in height comprising 210 residential units (build to rent and market), 1457sqm of retail/commercial floorspace (Use Class A1-A5, BI), a multi storey
car park and associated public realm surface level parking, landscaping and access works. Blocks 3, 5, 6 and 7 involves the demolition of existing buildings/structures and outline parameters for four new buildings which will comprise up to 93 residential units (market) and
up to 2,861 sqm of commercial floorspace (use classes A1-A5, BI) up to 958sqm of community floorspace; and associated public realm surface level car parking, landscaping and access works.
At Swanley Centre, London Road, SWANLEY, BR8 7TQ
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Planning Inspectorate References:
Contact point at the Planning Inspectorate:
Room 3/J Kite Wing, Temple Quay House,
2 The Square, Temple
Quay, Bristol, BS1 6PN Tel: 0303 444 5608
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