Design Review Panel 24 July 2018

A meeting of the Design Review Panel will be held on Tuesday 24 July 2018 starting at 6:00 pm in Committee Rooms B & C on the 1st floor in Merton Civic Centre.

The following are invited to the meeting:
Marcus Beale
Jason Cully
Alistair Huggett
Rachel Jones
Miranda MacLaren
Tony Michael
Andre Sutherland
Cordula Weisser

i. Items that are at the Pre-Application stage are NOT open to the public. All application numbers ending in NEW, or which are stated as pre-application, are Pre-Application items.
ii. Members of the public are welcome to attend as observers for items that are registered planning applications, but are not allowed to speak. For all other items, the Panel is not open for public attendance.
iii. Council officers and councillors are allowed to attend as observers at pre-application items.

The applications to be considered at this meeting are as follows, with times to be devoted to each item:
6:00pm – 6:15pm – Viewing of display material by Panel members

1. Pre-Application, 18/P2418, 227 Western Road, Colliers Wood, Case Officer: Jonathan Lewis. Development of vacant house and garden on corner site with 7 storey block of flats with ground floor commercial use.
6:15pm – 7:00pm

2. Pre-Application, No Number Yet, Ravensbury Estate, Morden, Case Officer: Awot Tesfai. Regeneration and intensification of former council housing estate. Reserved matters application for landscape and appearance following grant of outline consent 17/P1718.
7:00pm – 7:45pm

3. Pre-Application, 18/P2024, 2 Park Avenue, Mitcham, Case Officer: Catarina Cheung. Development of 6 residential units on land to the side of existing house.
7:45pm – 8:30pm

4. Application, 18/P1921, 59-63 High Path, South Wimbledon, Case Officer: Tim Lipscombe. Demolition of existing industrial buildings and development of site for new secondary school with 6th form and associated facilities.
8:30pm – 9.30pm


About Mark Gale

A Ravensbury resident fed up with mistakes being made at council meetings, my local Councillor preferring to complete a Sudoku Puzzle rather than listen to comments made at a scrutiny meeting, not having an accurate record of council meetings. Merton Council needs transparency to expose the childish behaviour, and blind party loyalty from our elected members. I have setup this website and will do my best to make as many council meetings accessible for ALL. With the help from other committed residents of our borough, we can keep a close eye on Merton.
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