Meadow Residential LLP have now submitted an appeal in response to the Council’s decision to refuse permission to vary some of the obligations in the existing agreement. This appeal will be heard at the same time as the appeal for the main planning application to redevelop Champion Hill.
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The Planning Inspectorate have advised us that the appeal will take place in December 2017 at Southwark Council’s offices in Tooley Street, London. The Appeal will see both the main planning application and the application to vary the existing Section 106 agreement heard. The Trust will be present at the Appeal and may take part as a third party witness.
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You can read the Trust’s response to the Appeal here
The Section 106 planning obligations associated with the current ground prevents the pitch from being built on. Meadow need to remove this to enable their development to go ahead. However, we need to make sure that we don’t lose our current ground before the new one is built, so we want some additional
wording added to the proposed S106 amendments to make sure the Club always have somewhere to play games. We suggest you tell the Planning
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Practical Completion of a new stadium. You can explain that this is:
• in line with Strategic Policy 4 within Southwark’s Core Strategy;
• supports the broader ambitions of the London Plan; and
• is aligned to the applicant’s phasing of the development as applied for in Planning Application 16/AP/1232, and noted in the Heads of Terms for the new s106 agreement.
Guidance on how to send comments in to the Planning Inspectorate can be found here