KICC LAUNCH APPEAL AGAINST CHURCH REFUSAL – Grape and Grain decision also being challenged
KICC have lodged an appeal against a Bromley council planning committee’s refusal to allow a change of use of the cinema building at 25 Church Road into a mixed church and assembly / leisure use.
The only indication that an appeal has been lodged against the Pentecostal church’s hugely controversial plans is contained in details of the original planning application (Reference 14/04557/FULL2) on Bromley council’s planning website where it states ‘appeal lodged’,
An appeal has also been lodged against Bromley council’s refusal to allow a single storey front extension incorporating roof terrace at first floor level for the Grape and Grain pub at the top of Anerley Hill (Reference 15/00187/ FULL1 Alternative ReferencePP-03800601).
Again, the only indication that an appeal has been lodged is contained in details of the original planning application on Bromley council’s planning website. (See: Bromley.gov search planning applications).
No details of either appeal can be found on the Planning Inspectorate’s website. (search: Planning Inspectorate appeals and just key in London borough of Bromley on the relevant page. More details will follow when they become available Ed.)
For the full background to the campaign to bring a cinema back please search ’25 Church Road’ and ‘Picture Palace Campaign’ on newsfromcrystalpalace.co.uk