Planning Applications Committee 14 May 2020

Venue: This will be a virtual meeting and therefore will not take place in a physical location, in accordance with s78 of the Coronavirus Act 2020.

Contact: Democratic Services email:


No. Item
1. Apologies for absence
2. Declarations of Pecuniary Interest
3. Minutes of the previous meeting  PDF 78 KB
4. Town Planning Applications

The Chair will announce the order of Items at the beginning of the Meeting.

A Supplementary Agenda with any modifications will be published on the day of the meeting.

Note: there is no written report for this item

5. 2 Church Lane, SW19 3NY  PDF 192 KB

Application Number:            19/P3400                   Ward:  Merton Park

Officer Recommendation: GRANT Planning Permission subject to S106 Obligation or any other enabling agreement.

Additional documents:

6. AELTC, Church Road, SW19 5AE  PDF 247 KB

Application Number:            20/P0420                   Ward:  Village

Officer Recommendation:  GRANT Planning Permission subject to conditions and S106 agreement.

Additional documents:

7. 28 Lauriston Road, SW19 4TQ  PDF 164 KB

Application Number:            19/P3324                     Ward:  Village

Officer Recommendation:      GRANT Planning Permission subject to conditions.

Additional documents:

8. 87 Robinson Road, SW17 9DN  PDF 183 KB

Application Number:               19/P2287                     Ward:  Colliers Wood

Officer Recommendation:      GRANT planning permission subject to conditions and a unilateral undertaking to restrict eligibility to parking permits.

Additional documents:

9. Planning Appeal Decisions  PDF 65 KB
10. Planning Enforcement – Summary of Current Cases  PDF 102 KB


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