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Notice ID: SUT1872741

Notice effective from
8th October 2020 to 7th November 2020

THE LONDON BOROUGH OF WANDSWORTH hereby gives notice that it has made an Order under Sections 247 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 to authorise the stopping up of the highways described in the First Schedule.
THE ORDER IS MADE to enable the development described in the Second Schedule to this notice to be carried out subject to the granting of planning consent under Part III of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 by the London Borough of Wandsworth on 30 March 2012 under local planning authority reference 2011/2462.
COPIES OF THE ORDER AND RELEVANT PLAN MAY BE INSPECTED FREE OF CHARGE between 09:00 and 17:00 during a period of 28 days commencing on 8 October 2020
at the Planning and Development offices at Wandsworth Town Hall, Wandsworth High Street, SW18 2PU, and on the Council's website at:

management-orders-tmos/ Reference SO/001/20.
ANY PERSON aggrieved by the Order and desiring to question the validity thereof, or of any provision contained therein on the ground that it is not within the powers of the above Act or that any regulation made thereunder has not been complied with in relation to the Order may, within 6 weeks of Thursday 8 October 2020, apply to the High Court for the suspension or quashing of the Order or any provision contained therein.
THE FIRST SCHEDULE Areas of Highway to be Stopped Up
Part of the adopted highway on the western side of Ponton Road, shown as hatched in black on the plan, consisting of an area of 47m2 running from a point 27m south of the mid-point of the existing Post Office Way/Ponton Road simple priority bell-mouth access junction to a point 28m north of the point at which Ponton Road meets Charles Clowes Walk at the latter's eastern end, and measuring 6.5m in a generally southerly direction and 14.5m in a generally south-easterly direction.
The Location
Land south of Post Office Way, Ponton Road, South London Mail Centre, 53 Nine Elms Lane, Wandsworth, SW8 5BB
The development
Demolition of all existing buildings and construction of a mixed-use redevelopment comprising 7 building plots with buildings to a maximum height of 23 storeys (approximately 76m AOD) and a maximum overall floorspace of 222,120sq.m. GEA. This includes: between 127,072sq.m. and 172,528sq.m. GEA of residential use (equating to between 1332 and 1870 residential units, including affordable housing); up to 9,060sq.m. GEA of retail, financial and professional services, cafe/restaurant, bar, takeaway uses, non-residential institutions and assembly & leisure including provision of a primary school (use classes A1 to A5, D1 and D2); 16,299 sq. metres GEA of business (storage & distribution) floorspace (B8); provision of basements to provide vehicle and cycle parking, circulation, servicing and plant areas; energy centres; new vehicle and pedestrian accesses; and new public amenity space and landscaping including part of the 'linear park'. Within the outline described above full details are submitted for the appearance and scale of blocks B1, D1 and G; and two new access points from Nine Elms Lane.
Dated 8 October 2020
PAUL MARTIN Chief Executive Town Hall Wandsworth, SW18 2PU


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London Borough of Wandsworth

The Town Hall , Wandsworth High Street , London , SW18 2PU 020 8871 6000


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