PUBLIC INQUIRIES ON CINEMA BUILDING AND GRAPE AND GRAIN DELAYED
The public inquiries into the cinema building at 25 Church Road and the Grape and Grain pub at the top of Anerley Hill have been delayed.
News From Crystal Palace understands that Bromley council have a two-month backlog in dealing with appeals.
In the case of the former cinema building at 25 Church Road, both Bromley council and KICC – the church which owns the building, have been given until late January to submit written statements.
Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC) The Open Door have lodged an appeal against the refusal of planning permission involving the change of use of 25 Church Road from use class D2 (assembly and leisure) to mixed-use comprising class D1 (place of worship, conference and non-residential religious education and training centre) and Class D2 (assembly and leisure) use.
(case number APP/G5180/W/15/3134762)
The Grape and Grain case – where Wetherspoon’s are appealing against Bromley council’s refusal of a single storey front extension incorporating roof terrace at first floor level has also been delayed. This case is also being dealt with by written statements. (Reference number 3134635).