Town and Country Planning

-0.07944551.503121SE1 2TZ-0.08012651.492763SE1P 5LXTOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990The London Borough of Southwark2012-03-292018-01-25TSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211, customer.services@tso.co.uk295379462183

THE LONDON BOROUGH OF SOUTHWARK

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990

THE LONDON BOROUGH OF SOUTHWARK hereby gives notice that it proposes to make an Order under Section 247 of the above Act to authorise the stopping up of the following area of public highway shown hatched black and edged black on the plan attached to the draft Order:-

1. The highway known as Shipwrights Yard, at the junction with Tooley Street, and adjacent to the Shipwright Arms Public House measuring 15.24 metres in length (at its longest point) and 4.63 metres in width (at its widest point).

All of the area to be stopped up fall within the London Borough of Southwark

IF THE ORDER IS MADE the stopping up will be authorised to enable the development described in the Schedule to this Notice to be carried out in accordance with the planning permission granted under Part III of the Act by the Council on 29 March 2012 under local planning authority reference number 11/AP/1987.

COPIES OF THE DRAFT ORDER AND THE RELEVANT PLAN MAY BE INSPECTED FREE OF CHARGE by way of appointment during a 28 day period commencing on 25 January 2018 at 160 Tooley Street, London SE1 2TZ by calling 020 7525 2135 and referring to the Shipwrights Yard Stopping Up Order. A copy may also be viewed on the Council’s website at http://www.2.southwark.gov.uk/downloads/download/4664/highway_stopping_up_orders

ANY PERSON MAY OBJECT to the making of the proposed Order within a 28 day period commencing on 25 January 2018 by written notice to the Director of Law and Democracy, 2nd Floor, Hub 2, PO Box 64529, London SE1P 5LX quoting reference (LEG/RP/PL/HC/RE040/143049).

In preparing an objection it should be borne in mind that the substance of it may be imparted to other persons who may be affected by it and that those persons may wish to communicate with the objector about it.

Doreen Forrester-Brown

Director of Law and Democracy

THE SCHEDULE

‘seeking demolition of listed train shed, part of St Thomas Street wall, 64-84 Tooley Street, and arches together with closure of Weston Street and Stainer Street in order to provide a new station layout including: construction of a new street-level station concourse, new replacement facades on Tooley Street and St Thomas Street, new roof canopies, landscaping and other works associated with the station. Land use is to comprise station concourse, station ancillary space, operational car park, station loading bay, Class 'A' retail uses, and leisure (Class D1, D2 and sui generis uses).’