A planning application has been made for the former Toyota garage at 237 Brixton Hill by the bus depot.
The plans consist of the demolition of the existing building on site and erection of a four-storey building comprising commercial floorspace on part of ground floor and basement level and provision of 10 self-contained residential units.
As your local councillors, our initial thought is that this development could be too large for this site and out of keeping, and we are concerned by the lack of affordable housing in the development. But we want to know what residents think and to remind neighbours of the opportunity to tell the Council direct.
Those who want to make an objection or any other comment should do so on Lambeth Council’s website before mid-August at the following web page:
https://planning.lambeth.gov.uk/online-applications/ and enter 17/02980/FUL in the search box.
The application (if the applicant proceeds) will be heard at the September 2017 Planning Committee, where members of the Committee will then consider and vote on the application. Objectors and supporters are able to attend and speak there.
Please ensure any comments on this application are made via the Council’s website to be sure they are taken into account but do also let us know what matters to you by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.