Next Stage Towards BMX Track in Norbury Park
The delay in the construction of the BMX track in Nobury Park is due to failure to show the Council planners that that the conditions of approval can be met. The details of how this will be done have now been submitted.
The application number is 17/01853/DISC for discharge of conditions 2, 4, 6 and 7 attached to planning permission 15/03367/p for the Formation of BMX track facility within landscaped grassed mounds with 1.03m fence
In discussion with the Love Norbury Planning Committee the Friends of Norbury Park Committee is considering what comments to submit.
Antic Pub Gets Closer to Construction
The Antic Pub chain has now submitted a planning application to discharge one of the conditions of the planning approval, which has to be approved before start of construction.
The Antic site is at 8-10 The Mews in Norbury Crescent – Application No. 17/01767/DISC) – Discharge of condition 15 attached to planning permission 15/01550/p for the Demolition of existing building.
Other New Planning Applications
1 Dunbar Avenue (17/01857/FUL). Use as dwelling house
1460 London Road (17/01815/LE). Continued use of ground floor for purposes within class A3 and A5 use – restaurant and hot-food takeaway
1579 London Road – Patricia’s Café (17/01595/CONR). Continued Use of ground floor for purposes within class A3 (Restaurants and Cafes) (without compliance with condition 2 – no food to be cooked on the premises- attached to planning permission 16/00495/p)
1581 London Road (17/01762/HSE). Installation of 3 rooflights to rear roof slope
Actually ‘Retrospective Planning application for extending existing single residential unit by way of new bedroom/study to loft areas
252 Norbury Avenue (17/01291/HSE). Erection of single/two-storey side/rear extension
If you have any views on these planning applications please email them to
for the attention of the Love Norbury Joint Planning Committee.