this has been received from Gary Rice, Head of Development at Southwark Council regarding the meeting about flood works in Belair Park:
TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990 (as amended)
APPLICATION FOR COUNCIL’S OWN DEVELOPMENT UNDER REG. 3
RE: BELAIR RECREATION GROUND, GALLERY ROAD, LONDON SE21 7AB
Proposal: Localised earth modelling, including construction of low earth bunds, spillways and a detention basin, to temporarily contain surface water to the north of the park and increase the floodable area around the lake, as part of a wider flood alleviation scheme (including works at Dulwich Park and the Southwark Community Sports Trust grounds).
I refer to the above application on which you have submitted comments. It will be considered by the Council’s Planning Committee which meets on:
date 25 March, 2014
venue Council Offices 160 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2TZ
Recommended decision: Grant permission
My report on the application can be seen on the Council’s website. You will find it in the list of documents for this application on the Register of Planning Applications. You can search the register at http://planningonline.southwark.gov.uk You can use facilities at your local library or one stop shop to access the website.
If you require a paper copy of the report or would like a copy emailed to you please contact my duty administrative officer on 020 7525 5403 and quote code BCL and application number 13/AP/4479.
Please note that although the report states my recommendation on the decision to be made, it is for the Committee to decide whether or not to accept it after they have considered all the material issues and factors to be taken into account in determining the application.
This meeting is open to the public and you may attend if you wish. Details of the procedure that will be followed at the meeting are attached.
Please contact the Committee Clerk on 020 7525 7055 if you require any further information about the arrangements for the meeting, including the location of and accessibility to the venue, carers’ allowance for people attending the meeting, or any special needs such as transport or a signer/interpreter.
I will inform you of the Committee’s decision once the decision has been issued.
Head of Development Management
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