Dear Greater London Authority,

I am writing to request details of your 5G strategy.

To your knowledge where are 5G antennas already installed and when did they become active.

Yours faithfully,

Sian Evans

Greater London Authority

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    Subject: Freedom of Information request - 5G as known to GLA

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Mayor of London, Greater London Authority

Dear Ms Evans

Thank you for your request for information which the Greater London
Authority (GLA) received on 11 March 2019.

You asked for:

"I am writing to request details of your 5G strategy. To your knowledge
where are 5G antennas already installed and when did they become active".

Our response to your request is as follows:

In relation to the GLA's "5G strategy", information regarding the
Connected London work programme, and the Mayor's Smarter London Together
Roadmap can be found on London.gov.uk.

https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/bus...
https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/bus...

The GLA does not hold information relating to the location of 5G antenna
and 'live' status. You would need to contact the Mobile Network Operators
for this information.

Yours sincerely

Paul Robinson
Information Governance Officer

If you are unhappy with the way the GLA has handled your request, you may
complain using the GLA's FOI complaints and internal review procedure,
available at:
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Dear Greater London Authority,

I am writing to request details of your 5G strategy.

To your knowledge where are 5G antennas already installed and when did
they become active.

Yours faithfully,

Sian Evans

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Pentavia Retail Park, Greater London Authority

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Dear Consultee

 

Town & Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended); Town and Country Planning
(Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2017 (“EIA Regulations”);
Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) England Order
2015 (DMPD); Town and Country Planning (Mayor of London) Order 2008.

 

Consultation on revised documents for planning application at Pentavia
Retail Park, Watford Way, Mill Hill, in the London Borough of Barnet

 

You have previously been consulted on planning application reference
17/8102/FUL (‘the Application’) submitted to the London Borough of Barnet
Council on 21 December 2017 by Meadow Residential (‘the Applicant’) for
the following development:

 

‘Redevelopment of the site including the demolition of all existing
buildings and construction of 724 new Build to Rent Class C3 residential
units, 949 sqm ancillary residential facilities; 987 sqm of
non-residential floorspace (Use Class A1, A3-A4 and D1) within buildings
ranging from 5 to 15 storeys, a new pedestrian access off Bunns Lane; open
space, landscaping; car parking; acoustic mitigation and
highway/pedestrian improvements.’

 

At: Pentavia Retail Park, Watford Way, Mill Hill, London, NW7 2ET

 

The Application is accompanied by an environmental statement in accordance
with the EIA Regulations.

 

On 5 November 2018, the Mayor of London (of City Hall, The Queen's Walk,
London, SE1 2AA) issued a direction to the London Borough of Barnet that
he will act as the Local Planning Authority for the purposes of
determining the Application (under article 7 of the Town and Country
Planning (Mayor of London) Order 2008 and the powers conferred by Section
2A of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended)).  The Mayor’s
reasons for issuing this direction are available to read on the Greater
London Authority (“GLA”) website at:

[1]https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/pla...

 

Subsequent to the Mayor’s direction, on 22 March 2019 the applicant
submitted revisions to the Application including:

* an increase in the number of residential units from 724 to 844 to
provide 120 additional residential units;
* changes to the type of market homes proposed to introduce private sale
units, alongside Build to Rent;

* the provision of 41% affordable housing (increased from 35%);
* changes to the tenure of affordable units to provide: 131 Discount
Market Rent units; 57 Discount Market rent units at London Living Rent
levels; 94 London Affordable Rent units; and 63 London Shared
Ownership units;
* a reduction in the amount of ancillary residential facilities from 949
sq.m. to 885 sq.m. (-64 sq.m.);
* an increase in the amount of non-residential floorspace (Use Class A1,
A3-A4 and D1) from 987 sq.m. to 1,028 sq.m. (+41 sq.m.);
* changes in the height of Blocks B, C, D, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O,
P, Q and R and amendments to the elevational treatment;
* a reduction in car parking from 545 spaces to 397 spaces (-148
spaces);
* revised pedestrian and cycle access and the relocation of bus stops on
Bunns Lane and the A1 (northbound); and
* an increase in cycle parking spaces from 1,182 spaces to 1,603 spaces
(+421 spaces).

The applicant’s submission includes further environmental information
under Regulation 25 of the EIA Regulations in relation to the
Environmental Statement which has already been provided.

The revisions and other information can be inspected by members of the
public at all reasonable hours (between 9am and 5pm) at City Hall, The
Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA until 5pm on 6 May 2019.

Copies of these documents are also available to view at the following
locations:

·         London Borough of Barnet Council, Barnet House, 1255 High Road,
Whetstone, N20 0EJ, between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday, until 5pm on 6
May 2019

·         Barnet Council website at: 
[2]https://publicaccess.barnet.gov.uk/onlin... (using ref:
17/8102/FUL).

·         GLA website at: 
[3]https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/pla...

How to comment: If you intend to make representations of objection or
support in respect of the revisions to the Application and/or the other
information relating to the Environmental Statement these should be sent
in writing or by email to the following address by 6 May 2019:

* Email address:  [4][email address]
* Postal address:  Pentavia Retail Park Public Hearing, The Planning
Team, Greater London Authority, The Queen’s Walk, London, SE1 2AA
* Any representations must be received by the Greater London Authority
by 6 May 2019.

Consultation period: The consultation period runs until 6 May 2019. The
application will not be decided before this consultation period ends.
Comments received after the date referred to above, but before a decision
is made, may still be taken into account but failure to meet this deadline
could result in your comments not being considered. Any representations
you have previously made on this application to London Borough of Barnet
will still be taken into account.

 

How will the application be decided?  The Mayor of London will consider
the planning applications at a public representation hearing to be held at
City Hall. A date for this will be advertised in due course and all
respondents will be notified. Further details on this process are
available on the GLA website as above.

 

 

Yours sincerely,

[5]JM signature

Juliemma McLoughlin

Chief Planner

 

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Raymond Peart, Greater London Authority

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Dear Consultee

 

Town & Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended); Greater London Authority
Acts 1999 and 2007; Town and Country Planning (Mayor of London) Order
2008.

 

Pentavia Retail Park, Watford Way, Mill Hill, London Borough of Barnet

GLA reference: GLA/3756a

Barnet Council reference: 17/8102/FUL

Notice of Representation Hearing: 25 July 2019

I am writing to you as you have previously made written representations
about this planning application (Reference 17/8102/FUL), either to the
Council or the GLA.

 

The Mayor has decided to act as the local planning authority for the
purposes of determining the application, following a direction issued
under Article 7 of the Town and Country Planning (Mayor of London) Order
2008.  

 

A public Representation Hearing is due to be held in The Chamber at City
Hall on 25 July 2019, starting at 10:00, for the Mayor Sadiq Khan to
consider this application in detail and to determine whether or not
planning permission should be granted.

 

The hearing is open to the public and you are welcome to attend if you
wish. The Chamber has a capacity of 250 people and the space is fully
accessible. Details of how to get to City Hall can be found here:
[1]http://www.london.gov.uk/about-us/our-bu...
and more detailed disabled access information is available here:

[2]https://www.london.gov.uk/about-us/our-b...

 

The agenda will be made available on the GLA website seven clear days in
advance of the Representation Hearing, along with the officer’s report on
the application and the recommendation to the Mayor, here:

[3]https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/pla...

 

How to view the planning application documents: Copies of the planning
application documents are available to view at the following location:

[4]https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/pla...

 

Right to speak

As you have made a written representation in relation to the Application
either to the Council or to the GLA at any consultation stage then you are
eligible to request to speak. If you wish to speak at the hearing you must
submit to GLA officers a detailed statement of the issues that you intend
to express to the Mayor at least seven days in advance of the hearing.
This information should also clearly state in what capacity you wish to
speak (i.e. objector or supporter) and which organisation (if any) you
represent. All statements should be provided in writing to:

* Email: [5][email address]
* Postal address: Pentavia Retail Park c/o Andrew Russell, Development
Management, Greater London Authority, The Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA

 

In accordance with the GLA published procedure all objectors will together
have a total of fifteen minutes to speak, similarly so will all
supporters.  The GLA’s procedure for representation hearings is available
here:
[6]https://www.london.gov.uk/sites/default/....
Depending on the number of people within each group wishing to speak, the
GLA may ask people with similar views to agree a spokesperson or persons
to act on their behalf and it will be the spokesperson’s responsibility to
ensure that all the relevant points are made within the time limit. In
order to facilitate the selection of a spokesperson or persons, the GLA
will pass on your personal information to other registered speakers. Your
personal information will be properly safeguarded and processed in
accordance with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 2018.

 

If you do not want the GLA to share your details for this purpose please
mark X here [   ] and return a copy of this letter with your written
statement. PLEASE NOTE - not agreeing to share your personal details may
mean that you will not be able to speak at the hearing.

 

The GLA will publish a list of confirmed speakers two days in advance of
the hearing on the GLA website here:
[7]https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/pla...

 

Further details with respect to the procedures to be followed at the
representation hearing, including arrangements for speakers are available
on the GLA website here:
[8]http://www.london.gov.uk/sites/default/f....

 

Yours faithfully

[9]JM signature

Juliemma McLoughlin

Chief Planner

 

 

GreaterLondonAuthority
City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA

020 7084 2926 | 07522 218321

 

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