The public enquiry was officially closed on Friday 12th January following a site visit the day previous to Cinnamon Street, Clegg Street and Clave Street.
It lasted for 7 days at Mulberry Place from December 12-21. Each side had a barrister and experts on transport, heritage, daylight and sunlight and a planning consultant each. The estimated cost is around £100,000, which is the average cost of a full scale public planning enquiry. A decision will be published on February 19.
A planning enquiry into the decision to refuse consent for a development in Whitechapel – to demolish the old nurses home and other similar buildings and replace with 12 new buildings including a 90 metre tower – had been heard at Mulberry Place a week earlier than the Cinnamon Street appeal; there are at least 3 more appeals to be heard over the next few months.
Click on the link below to see the Council’s chief planning officer’s report on planning appeals over the past year or so.
Planning Appeals Report
Appeals report 2017 appendix
Please click on the links below to read the closing statements from both sides regarding the Cinnamon Street appeal. There is also a draft set of conditions should the appeal be upheld. The statements provide a good review of the issues discussed.
LPA Closing Submission – 5 January 2018 (2)
Draft Conditions – Final 4.1.18