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Planning application details for application 15/12549

KINGSTON UNIVERSITY PENRHYN ROAD KINGSTON UPON THAMES KT1 2EE

Proposal
Town House Kingston University, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 2EE
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Full Application
Demolition of the existing Town House building and erection of a new teaching building (9,027 sqm GIA) for Kingston University, along with associated access, parking and landscaping works.Within the Grove Crescent conservation area.
02/06/2015
12/06/2015
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Kingston Town
Grove
Former RBK employee Simon Greenwood
Decision
01/09/2015
Subject to Legal Agreement Permit 20/08/2015
Committee Decision
Development Control
11/08/2015


Application time-line (red shows current position - stage 6)
Stage Description
1. Application received An application has been received and is being checked.
2. Application valid The application has been made valid and can now proceed.
3. Consultation in progress Consultation in progress. Neighbours and others with an interest can comment on the case. Please note Neighbours do not receive letters on all types of planning application (e.g. Lawful Development Certificates).
4. Site inspection The officer has been on site to assess the application.
5. Assessment of case The officer is considering all the details of an application and the consultation responses.
6. Decision issued A decision has been issued by the authority.

Applicant
Kingston University
c/o Agent
Agent
Ms Hannah Whitney
02078374477
Nathaniel Lichfield & Partners 14 Regent's Wharf All Saints Street London N1 9RL


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