Planning Application | Shell Centre Delivery and Servicing Management Plan
Approval of details pursuant of condition 26 (Delivery and Servicing Management Plan) of Planning Permission ref: 12/04708/FUL (Revised description of development: Part demolition of Shell Centre comprising Hungerford, York and Chicheley wings, upper level walkway, removal of raised podium deck, associated structures and associated site clearance to enable a mixed use development of 8 buildings ranging from 5 to 37 storeys in height and 4 basement levels to provide up to 218,147m2 of floorspace (GIA), comprising offices (B1), residential (C3) (up to 877 units), retail (A1-A5), leisure (D2) and community/leisure uses (D1/D2), parking and servicing space, hard and soft landscaping together with the provision of a new public square, highway and landscaping works to Belvedere Road, Chicheley Street and York Road, modifications to York Road Underground station, 2 link bridges from new buildings to the existing Shell Centre Tower, reconfiguration of York Road footbridge if retained, creation of new vehicular access and other associated works.(Planning and Conservation Area Consent Applications received and Listed Building Consent applications received) The application is accompanied with an Environmental Statement. Amended plans and documents received. Please read ‘Sheet 1’ which summarises the amendments to the Shell Centre Development) granted by appeal ref: APP/N5660/V/13/2205181 on 05.06.2014.
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