Planning Notice

Former Pledges Mill and South Kent College Site, Victoria Road

Discharge of conditions 53, 55, 79, 81

17/01759/CONA/AS

Start of Consultation: 10 May 2018

Original Application

Case Ref Description Posted on
17/01759/AS Proposed minor material amendments to planning permission 16/01157/AS involving design changes to Phase A2 (X3 commercial uses (Use Classes A1/A2/B1) &; Phase A3 (216 residential units) with associated parking, substations, landscaping and access works relating to land south of Victoria Road ONLY with no design changes to the approved development of land north of Victoria Road for the purposes of a brewery with shop, bar and restaurant (use classes B2/A1/A3/A4).Full planning application for development of a brewery, with shop, bar and restaurant (Use Classes B2/A1/A3/A4), three commercial units (Use Classes A1/A2/B1) and 216 residential units with associated parking, substations, landscaping and access works. 12 Dec 2017
16/01157/AS Full planning application for development of a brewery, with shop, bar and restaurant (Use Classes B2/A1/A3/A4), three commercial units (Use Classes A1/A2/B1) and 216 residential units with associated parking, substations, landscaping and access works. 10 Aug 2016

Conditions

LAND FORMING PHASE A2 TO SOUTH OF VICTORIA ROAD (RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL – C3/B1/A1/A2/A3)
Code of construction practice
  1. Prior to the commencement of the development on land forming Phase A2, a Code of Construction Practice shall be submitted to and approval in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The construction of the development shall then be carried out in accordance with the approved Code of Construction Practice and BS5228 Noise Vibration and Control on Construction and Open Sites and the Control of dust from construction sites (BRE DTi Feb 2003), unless previously agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
    The code shall include,

    • An indicative programme for carrying out the works
    • Measures to minimise the production of dust on the site(s)
    • Measures to minimise the noise (including vibration) generated by the construction process to include the careful selection of plant and machinery and use of noise mitigation barrier(s)
    • Maximum noise levels expected 1 metre from the affected façade of any residential unit adjacent to the site(s)
    • Design and provision of site hoardings
    • Management of traffic visiting the site(s) including temporary parking or holding areas
    • Full details of the provision of off-road parking for all site operatives
    • Full details of measures to prevent the transfer of mud and extraneous material onto the public highway
    • Measures to manage the production of waste and to maximise the re-use of materials
    • Measures to minimise the potential for pollution of groundwater and surface water
    • The location and design of site office(s) and storage compounds
    • The location of temporary vehicle access points to the site(s) during the construction works
    • The arrangements for public consultation and liaison during the construction works, including a programme for community consultation/communication setting out how the developers intend to liaise with and keep members of the public informed about the development for the duration of the construction period.
  1. No construction activities shall take place until a dust management plan for the construction phase (in full compliance with the recommendations of the applicant’s Air Quality Report ref: AQA-19852-16-95) has been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the Local Planning Authority. Thereafter, the measures set out in the dust management plan shall be implemented in full for the subsequent full duration of construction works unless any variation has been agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
LAND FORMING PHASE A3 TO SOUTH OF VICTORIA ROAD (RESIDENTIAL BUILDING)
Code of construction practice
  1. Prior to the commencement of the development on land forming Phase A2, a Code of Construction Practice shall be submitted to and approval in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The construction of the development shall then be carried out in accordance with the approved Code of Construction Practice and BS5228 Noise Vibration and Control on Construction and Open Sites and the Control of dust from construction sites (BRE DTi Feb 2003), unless previously agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
    The code shall include,

    • An indicative programme for carrying out the works
    • Measures to minimise the production of dust on the site(s)
    • Measures to minimise the noise (including vibration) generated by the construction process to include the careful selection of plant and machinery and use of noise mitigation barrier(s)
    • Maximum noise levels expected 1 metre from the affected façade of any residential unit adjacent to the site(s)
    • Design and provision of site hoardings
    • Management of traffic visiting the site(s) including temporary parking or holding areas
    • Full details of the provision of off-road parking for all site operatives
    • Full details of measures to prevent the transfer of mud and extraneous material onto the public highway
    • Measures to manage the production of waste and to maximise the re-use of materials
    • Measures to minimise the potential for pollution of groundwater and surface water
    • The location and design of site office(s) and storage compounds
    • The location of temporary vehicle access points to the site(s) during the construction works
    • The arrangements for public consultation and liaison during the construction works, including a programme for community consultation/communication setting out how the developers intend to liaise with and keep members of the public informed about the development for the duration of the construction period.
  1. No construction activities shall take place until a dust management plan for the construction phase (in full compliance with the recommendations of the applicant’s Air Quality Report ref: AQA-19852-16-95) has been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the Local Planning Authority. Thereafter, the measures set out in the dust management plan shall be implemented in full for the subsequent full duration of construction works unless any variation has been agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

Former Travis Perkins Trading Co Limited, Victoria Crescent – decided

Discharge of condition 4

16/00981/COND/AS

Decided: Permit

Original Application

16/00981/AS Erection of 31 residential apartments with car parking, associated access and landscaping Posted 6 July 2016

Conditions

  1. Prior to the installation of services, a detailed remediation scheme to ensure that that part of the site is suitable for the intended use (by removing unacceptable risks to human health, buildings and other property and the natural and historical environment) shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The scheme must describe all the relevant works to be undertaken including, the proposed remediation objectives and performance criteria, a schedule of works and site management protocols.The development shall thereafter be carried out in accordance with the approved remediation scheme, unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Following completion of the remediation scheme, and prior to the first residential occupation of any part of the apartment building, a verification report prepared by a suitably qualified person/firm that both demonstrates the effectiveness of the remediation carried out and confirms that the site does not qualify as “contaminated land” under Part 2A of the Environmental Protection Act 1990, having regard to the intended use of the land, shall be provided to the Local Planning Authority

Plots 3 4 and 5, Former Powergen site, Victoria Road – decided

Discharge condition 1 Plots 1 &; 2 (Revised scheme)

17/00018/CONK/AS

Decided: Permit

Original Application

17/00018/AS

Proposed variation of Condition 08 of planning permission 15/01671/AS to replace the following approved plans:-

  • Site Plan Proposed Illustrative Masterplan 14.046.S01.B
  • Plots 3, 4 &; 5 Block Plan 14.046.101 F
  • Parameter Plan Proposed Critical Distances 14.046.104 F
  • Parameter Plan Proposed Range of Building Heights 14.046.105 F
  • Parameter Plan Proposed Building Levels &; Plot Extents 14.046.106 G
  • Parameter Plan Proposed Access, Routes and Communal Landscaped Areas 14.046.107 G

Posted on 19 January 2017

15/01671/AS

Hybrid application for five plots comprising:

  1. Full and detailed application for plots 1 and 2 comprising: erection of 400 dwellings, a retail kiosk/cafe unit (Use class A1/A3) and associated parking, public surface car park, plant and storage; together with landscaping and access works.
  2. Outline application with appearance and landscaping reserved with parameters for plots 3, 4 and 5 comprising:  demolition of existing buildings/structures and erection of up to 260 dwellings, associated parking, plant and storage together with landscaping and access works.

Posted on 16 January 2016

Conditions

1 Phasing

Prior to the commencement of the development a plan showing the boundaries of each plot (including corresponding landscaped areas and car parking) shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. If the plot boundaries subsequently change, a revised plan shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. “Plot” in this permission means a plot as identified on the approved plan.

Former Travis Perkins Trading Co Limited, Victoria Crescent – decided

Discharge of condition 9

16/00981/CONC/AS

Decides: Permit

Original Application

16/00981/AS Erection of 31 residential apartments with car parking, associated access and landscaping Posted 6 July 2016

Conditions

  1. Prior to the installation of services, full details of the soft landscaping (including tree planting) works shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The details of the soft landscaping (including tree planting works) to be submitted to the Local Planning Authority for approval shall include the following;-
    1. the planting plans;
    2. written specifications (including cultivation and other operations associated with plant and grass establishment);
    3. details of the planting that is designed to create year round colour;
    4. schedules of plants noting species, plant & tree sizes and proposed numbers/densities/girth where appropriate;
    5. full tree pit details (including surface level plan detailing, below ground sections and dimensions and fill specification)
    6. an implementation and planting programme/timetable to ensure that all soft landscaping and planting is completed within 6 months of the completion of the development.

    The soft landscaping (including tree planting) works shall be implemented in full in accordance with the details and timetable approved by the Local Planning Authority unless written approval has been given by the Local Planning Authority
    to any subsequent variation.

Ashford Designer Outlet, Kimberley Way, TN24 0SD

Discharge of condition 14

14/01402/CONF/AS

Decided: Permit

Original Application

14/01402/AS

Demolition of part of the existing Design Outlet Centre and the construction of buildings and structures to provide an extension to the retail designer outlet, comprising retail and restaurants units, tourist information / visitor unit, associated facilities, and office / centre management accommodation, re-configuration of existing car park, new car parking spaces, cycle parking, plant, hard and soft, public realms improvements, landscape works, highway works and other associated works

Posted on 16 November 2014

Conditions

Archaeology (new southern car park)

  1. No development involving preparation for or the creation of the new southern car park shall take place until a programme of archaeological work has been agreed in accordance with a written specification and timetable which has previously been submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority in writing.