Southwark Council Consultation / Albion Pub Planning Application

Southwark Council is asking residents and anyone who is interested in the future of the Albion Pub development to submit their comments, feedback or express their opposition to the project.

The pub has been closed for a long period of time and it is a key element to the regeneration of Albion Street. As a member of the general public, you have the chance to express your opinion on whether it should be demolished or maintained and whether you agree with the current proposal or oppose it.

For further details and forms to share your feedback, visit Southwark Council Planning Applications web page and enter 17/AP/1299 reference to find all the relevant documentation.

  Consult the planner register here

Demolition of existing 2/3-storey Public House with ancillary residential accommodation above (Use Class A4) and construction of a 4-storey development plus a basement floor comprising a flexible commercial unit at ground and basement floor level (Use Classes A1/A2/A3/A4/A5/B1(a)) and 8no. self-contained dwellings (flats) on the upper floors.

Application Received Date Mon 03 Apr 2017
Application Validated Date Tue 04 Apr 2017
Expiry Date Tue 30 May 2017
Standard Consultation Expiry Date Sat 20 May 2017

Excerpts from Heritage Statement document

1. Background and History /Heritage Statement

(a)  This Heritage Statement is being submitted as part of the requirements for the planning application regarding the demolition of the public house at 20 Albion Street, London, SE16 7JQ, and replacing it with a mixed use, 4 storey scheme (with a basement). The scheme will have A1/A3 commercial activity located at ground floor and 8 self contained flats on the floors above.

(b)  The building is not listed nor is is located in a conservation area, however it is considered by the council as a ‘non-designated heritage asset’. It is in close proximity to the Finnish Seamen’s Mission and St Olav’s Church – both of which are Grade II listed.

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