Hot on the heels of the Kensal Rise plamming application, revised architect plans for Cricklewood Library have been drawn up (above). The plans show that the community space has been increased slightly bu 30m2 to 180m2. The library internal space of the current building was almost 300m2 on the ground floor with additional upstairs storage.
The revision includes outside space to the front and rear of the new development and includes a possible 'picture window' facing on to the landscape space.
One apartment has been deleted leaving one at the rear of the ground floor, two each on the 1st and 2nd floors and one apartment only on the 3rd floor.
The Friends of Cricklewood Library Committee will be meeting soon and the plans are likely to be lodged with Brent planning today.
In October 2013 developer Andrew Gillick withdrew plans at the last minute LINK after campaigners said the community space was too small.
Police investigations are continuing into fraudulent emails supporting Gillick's previous planning application for Kensal Rise Library.