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Pubs we've lost 2014-2015: The Grosvenor, Stockwell and the Canterbury Arms, Brixton

Discussion in 'Brixton' started by editor, Dec 1, 2013.

  1. editor

    editor Taffus Maximus

    Bloody hell, there's a lot of legal nitpicking in there!
     
  2. Twattor

    Twattor Well-Known Member

    Yeah, but it's an appeal. I'm going to take it down now as not sure how confidential it is so probably shouldn't have shared...
     
  3. Brixton Hatter

    Brixton Hatter edge of heaven

    Because it's a viable, money-making business and the landlord doesn't need to sell the (listed) building.
     
  4. gdubz

    gdubz Hashtaggin'

    Taytos
     
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  5. gdubz

    gdubz Hashtaggin'

    He's already sold all his other ones (woodcock a etc round here) but does at least still run one that he lives in, in west Ken. Still the Taytos mind.
     
  6. editor

    editor Taffus Maximus

    Loads of viable, money making pubs have been flogged off to developers. Thaaaaat's capitalism for you!
     
  7. editor

    editor Taffus Maximus

    New planning application gone in

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  8. Cooper42

    Cooper42 Member

    I want to know what needs to happen to ensure The Grovesnor is reopened and protected as a pub.

    Am concerned that Pending Section 106 Obligation will mean that the plans are likely to be approved this time.

    Plus the people already living in the new flats on the other side of Sidney Road will probably lodge noise complaints anyway
     
  9. editor

    editor Taffus Maximus

    Just been sent this. Anyone know anything?

     
  10. snowy_again

    snowy_again Slush

    No, but that reminds me that the shop that was Mango Landin' also has an 'under offer' sign on it.
     
  11. clandestino

    clandestino no llevar papel

    Received a letter today about another planning application for The Grosvenor. A rear side extension, part 1, part 2 storeys, for five "serviced units" - is that flats?
     
  12. clandestino

    clandestino no llevar papel

    It was a physical letter - application reference 17/01861/FUL
     
  13. clandestino

    clandestino no llevar papel

    Comments to be made by June 1.
     
  14. Twattor

    Twattor Well-Known Member

    No. Technically it is the class that hotels and boarding houses fall into. Residential accommodation is C3. I'd be interested to know what their plan is in the longer term - Airbnb? I don't know how easy it is to change use from C1 to C3 retrospectively; this might be a foot in the door tactic. The planning application shows them as "market residential" units.

    I'd also be interested in their draft heads of terms for the proposed lease, which isn't available with the application. This purports to show how the occupation wouldn't adversely affect a viable business below. Maybe occupants of serviced units don't accrue the same rights, or maybe if occupiers are short term lets they won't have time to see through a complaint.

    link to application here: 17/01861/FUL | Erection of a part 1, part 2 storey rear /side extension to existing public house at ground floor level (Use Class A4) and to existing ancillary accommodation at first floor level to provide 5 serviced units (Use Class C1) at first and second floor levels, together with alterations to the fenestrations and the provision of refuse, recycling and cycle storages. | The Grosvenor Arms 17 Sidney Road London SW9 0TP
     
  15. editor

    editor Taffus Maximus

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