Planning Application 17/05708/FUL – Pre-application advice

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Dear Croydon Borough Council,

I note from the Application Form that pre-application advice [ref 17/03554/PRE] was provided in July 2017, which apparently included the following comments:

1. Scale and Mass by increasing the units from 8 to 9.
2. Front elevation with no asymmetrical elements.
3. Position of building not acceptable as pushed further back away from the West Hill.
4. An off-street parking is required
5. Rear elevation, the smaller rear element is too high and squashes the first floor element to the detriment of the scheme
6. Landscape requires more work and detail

Please provide any information relating to Mr Naylor’s advice, including but not restricted to copies of what was submitted by the applicant, the minutes of any meeting[s] and the officer’s advice letter[s] or email[s].

Yours faithfully,

Stephen Whiteside

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Dear Freedom of Information,

Planning Application 17/05708/FUL – Pre-application advice
Your Ref: F/CRT/10008813

I refer to my request dated 19 December and your response dated 22 December 2017.

I have now noticed that in processing similar requests for ‘pre-application’ information on two other planning applications, the Council has failed to provide copies of anything of the pre-application submission itself, such as drawings, reports, fee calculations and/or covering letters etc.

[Your Refs: EIR/CRT/10008433 and F/CRT/10008767]

I would be grateful if you could ensure that this information IS provided with the Council’s initial response in this case, in order to avoid the need for a[nother] request for internal review.

Yours sincerely,

Stephen Whiteside

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