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Burlington Road public inquiry

The Planning Inspectorate is holding a public inquiry to decide the appeal relating to planning application 19/P2387, Tesco Site 265 Burlington Road New Malden KT3 4NE. 

This page lists documents and other information relating to the public inquiry. 

Live stream on YouTube

 

About the appeal

Details of the appeal on the Planning Inspectorate website

The appeal will adjourn on 18 December and resume on 11 January and will run until 13 January.

DateTime​Item​
11 Jan 20211pm - 2.30pmInquiry resumes & round table discussion on housing
 3pm - 4 pm Round table discussion on housing
12 Jan 20219.30am - 11amCouncil Planning witness (Chief and XX)
 11.30am -1pmEnd of Council Planning witness XX, short break and Appellant Planning witness in Chief
 2pm - 4.30pmXX by Council & R6 with break at an appropriate point
13 Jan 20219.30am - 11amR6 closing submissions
 11.30am - 1pmCouncil closing submissions
 2pm - 3.30pmAppellant closing submissions

Documents

List of Core Documents relating to the Public Inquiry at 265 Burlington Road, Raynes Park.

 Documents Submitted Throughout Inquiry

1 National Documents 

1.1 National Planning Policy Framework 2019

1.2 – Planning Practice Guidance

1.3 National Design Guide – October 2019

1.4 DCLG: Technical housing standards - nationally described space standard March 2015

2 GLA Documents 

2.1 London Plan 2016

2.2 Draft London Plan

2.3 GLA Guidance on preparing energy assessments – 2018

2.4 London Environment Strategy – 2018

2.5 Mayor's Air Quality Strategy – 2010

2.6 Mayor's SPG - Housing 2016

2.7 Mayor's SPG – Sustainable Design and Construction 2014

2.8 Mayor's SPG – Character and Context 2014

2.9 Mayor's SPG – Affordable Housing and Viability 2017

2.10 Mayor's SPG – Play and Informal Recreation 2012

2.11 The 2017 London Strategic Housing Market Assessment

2.12 Inspectors Report and Recommendations 2019

2.13 Response from Secretary of State to Mayor of London March 2020

2.14 Secretary of State Annex to Letter to Mayor of London March 2020

2.15 Mayor’s Transport Strategy 2018

3 LB Merton Documents 

3.1 Merton Core Planning Strategy 2011

3.2 LB Merton Sites and Policies Plan and Policies Map 2014

3.3 LB Merton New Local Plan Stage 2 Consultation Draft

3.3A Local Plan Chapter 14 Housing Provision

3.4 Merton's Design SPG - 2004

3.5 LB Merton – Air quality action plan - 2018-2023

3.6 LB Merton - Sustainable Drainage (SUDS) Design and Evaluation Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) 2020

3.7 LB Merton - Draft Borough character study 2016

3.8 LB Merton - Local Development Framework - Tall buildings Background Paper 2010

3.9 Merton Strategic Housing Market Assessment July 2019

3.10 Merton Housing Strategy 2012-2015

3.11 Affordable Housing Viability Study Final Report 2010

3.12 Merton Playing Pitch Strategy – August 2019

3.13  Merton Open Space Study 2010-11

3.14 Merton Strategic Housing Need Assessment 2019

3.15 Merton Local Plan Housing Viability Study 2020

3.16: Merton Transport Strategy: Third Local Implementation Plan (LIP3) Jun 2019

4 Other

4.1 West London Strategic Housing Market Assessment Report of Findings October 2018

5 Appeal Documents

5.2 Councils Statement Of Case

5.3 Statement of Common Ground June 2020

5.4 Rule 6 Party Proof of Evidence

5.5 265 Burlington Road Agreed Planning Conditions 21 October 2020

5.6 Supplementary Statement of Common Ground 6th November (policies conditions commercial space and existing floorspace)

5.7 Supplementary Statement of Common Ground 1st December (transport)

5.8 Appellant Newsteer Letter 2nd December 2020

5.9 LBM CIL Compliance Statement  

5.10 Case Management Conference Summary Note

5.11 Site Notice

5.12 Summary of Issues 12th November 2020

5.13 Summary of Issues 4th December 2020

5.14 Rule 6 Party Rebuttal proof of Evidence

5.15 Summary Of Issues 7th December 2020

5.16 Statement of Common Ground Transport 8th December 2020

6 Five Year Housing Supply Documents

6.1 Appellant Five-Year Housing Supply Note 30th July 2020

6.2 Council’s Response to appeal note on 269 Burlington Road, received 30th July 2020 (5YLS)

6.3 Merton Five-Year Land Supply Statement June 2020 Version 3

6.4 Council email dated 17th September 2020

6.5 Email exchange during July and August 2020 between the Council and Celeste Giusti at the GLA

6.6 265 Burlington Road Appeal – Council’s Position on Housing Policy Matters Statement

7 Consultation Responses

7.1 Planning Officers Report to Committee

7.2 Planning Officers Report to Committee Addendum

7.3 GLA Stage 1 Response

7.4 Note from Council Transport Planner, Sarath Attanayake, dated 15th October 2019

7.5 Transport for London response 27th January 2020

7.6 Email from LB Merton Flood Risk Management Engineer dated 23rd October 2019

7.7 Letter from Environment Agency dated 23rd October 2019

7.8 Email from Altair dated 29th August confirming viability

 

8 Application Documents

8.1 Design and Access Statement Burlington Road Appeal

8.2 Townscape and Visual Appraisal 30 May 2019 Part 1

8.3 Townscape and Visual Appraisal 30 May 2019 Part 2

8.4 March 2019 CGI Pack

8.5 Transport Assessment May 2019

8.6 Daylight and Sunlight Assessment May 2019

8.7 Flood Risk Assessment May 2019

8.8 Surface Water Drainage Strategy May 2019

8.9 Viability Study July 2019

8.10 Air Quality Assessment May 2019

 

9 Application Amended Documents

9.1 Letter from EB7 dated 14th October 2019 relating to Raynes Park High School

9.3 Design and Acccess Statement Addendum, December 2019

9.4 Drawing pack and CGI’s, December 2019

10 S.106 Agreement

10.1  S.106 Legal Agreement

10.2 S.106 Legal Agreement Summary Note

LPA Proofs Of Evidence

Appellent Proofs Of Evidence