Agenda item

Planning Applications and Listed Building Applications for Discussion

To receive a list of planning applications and listed building applications for discussion.  Attachment B. 


7.1         Land Rear of 1A Conway Road, London N14 7BB (REF:  19/03062/FUL)


This application was for a redevelopment of the site to provide a 3 bedroom detached house with a front boundary wall and vehicular access, hardstanding, cycle parking and landscaping in the former rear garden of 1A Conway Road. 




1.            This was the second application for this site.  CAG had objected to a former design. 


2.            The Lakes Estate Conservation Study Group had objections as they felt the building was too dominant and set too far forward on the street.


Following discussion CAG agreed to object to the application for the following reasons: 


·         The design and detailing did not portray the simple modernist approach suggested by the CAG working party. It had the appearance of a small block of flats.

·         The shallow pitched roof was inappropriate

·         The design did not address CAG’s comments on the previous application.

·         Looking along the road the building would protrude in front of the recognisable building line.




7.2         Rose and Crown, 185 Clay Hill, Enfield, EN2 9AJ (REF:  19/04072/FUL)


This was an application for a single storey rear extension with glazed link and other associated proposals to a grade II listed 17th/18th public house including a 19th century shop front. 


Following discussion CAG expressed their support in principle for the proposals and was pleased to see investment in the public house.  Points of detail had been fully outlined in a letter from the Clay Hill Study Group.  The points raised in the letter could be addressed through conditions.  


CAG sought clarity on the extent of the external decoration of the premises and the amount of sub strata preparation required.  Finally the group had concerns about the positioning of the extractor fan and its penetration of the roof structure. 


Supported in principle subject to comments above


7.3       Vacant Land Wilford Close, Enfield EN2 6AJ (REF: 19/03493/FUL)


At their last meeting CAG had requested additional information regarding the setting on the proposed building.  This had now been provided and CAG were satisfied that it complimented the immediate area.  More detail had also been sought on the type and colour of the primary materials used in the building’s envelope which had been provided.


Roof – propriety metal seamed sheet roofing:  manufacturer VM zinc.  The colour (integral in tis manufacture) will be quartz which gives a lead like appearance.


Windows - powder coated RAL colour “Papyrus”.

Brick – imperial bricks handmade clay brick “Camberley Blend”. 




7.4      Land at Hoppers Road, Winchmore Hill, Enfield, N21 3JR (REF:  19/03824/FUL)


This application was for the erection of a detached 2 storey, four bedroom dwelling with basement level and hard standing.   A previous application had been considered by CAG in August 2017. 


Following discussion CAG agreed that they were supportive of the application but remained concerned about the scale of the building, the road frontage, the relationship to the gardens of the adjoining properties.  CAG asked that the applicant provide long view of the site including a 360 degree CGI and much more specific detail on the materials.   


CAG required further details as noted above. 


7.5         7 St John’s Terrace, EN2 9AQ (REF:  19/03255/HOU)


This was a resubmitted application for a single storey rear extension on a late 19th century artisan’s cottage within the boundaries of the Clay Hill Conservation Area.  CAG had objected to the front porch, and the full width rear extension, shown on the original application.


The front porch has now been removed.  Following a further review CAG agreed that the rear extension was acceptable. 


All CAG’s concerns had now been addressed. 



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