Decision details

32-38 Scrutton Street, London

Decision Maker: Planning Sub-Committee

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: No




A)   Planning Permission be GRANTED, subject to conditions




1.  Payment by the landowner/developer of a sustainable transport contribution of £3000 towards works to the public highway.


2.  The signing of a Section 278 legal agreement under the Highways Act to pay the Council £27782.11 for required for the following works to the highway:-


·  Take up and dispose of wearing course on footway (Bitmac paving)

·  Take up existing footway base course and dispose (Concrete)

·  Take up and dispose of existing granite kerbs

·  Provide and lay new granite straight kerbs and transition kerbs

·  Provide and lay new base course on footway

·  Provide and lay new PCC paving in accordance with the Streetscene urban design guide

·  Reconstruct / Renew existing vehicular crossover, in accordance with the Streetscene urban design guide and as directed

·  Removal of crossover as directed

·  Relocate/Renew existing lighting column (1No.), as directed

·  Renew/install line markings


Unavoidable works required to be undertaken by Statutory Services will not be included in London Borough of Hackney estimate or payment.


3.  Payment by the landowner/developer of a libraries contribution of £19205.37 with respect to anticipated child yield from the additional residential housing units being provided in accordance with the DFES cost of providing a school place.


4.  Payment by the landowner/developer of an open space contribution of £7935.71 towards the supply and quality of open space in the immediate locale.


5.  Commitment to the Council’s local labour and construction initiatives (25% on site employment).


6.  Payment by the landowner/developer of all the Council’s legal and other relevant fees, disbursements and Value Added Tax in respect of the proposed negotiations and completion of the proposed Section 106 Agreement.


7.  Achievement of a very good rating under BREEAM with best endeavours to achieve excellent.


8.  20% reduction in carbon emissions through the use of renewable energy sources and use of low energy technology.


9.  Considerate Constructors Scheme – the applicant to carry out all works in keeping with the National Considerate Constructors Scheme.


10.  A Green Travel Plan to include servicing of the sites, to be submitted to and agreed with the Council, to include the provision of a car share scheme.


11.  Provision to allow the placement of street lighting on the proposed buildings where appropriate.


12.  Best endeavours to provide a car club.


13.  Best endeavours to be made for the streetlamps to be placed on the building.


14.  Best endeavours to be made to provide rain water harvesting.


15.  Best endeavours to be made to provide a green roof.


16.  Parking shall only take place on the parking spaces shown on the approved drawings, and not on any other area of the site.


C)  That in the event of the Section 106 agreement referred to in the Recommendation B not being completed by 30 March 2009, the Assistant Director of Regeneration and Planning be given the authority to refuse the application.


D)   That Conservation Area Consent be GRANTED, subject to conditions.



Publication date: 10/05/2022

Date of decision: 11/03/2009

Decided at meeting: 11/03/2009 - Planning Sub-Committee

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