Here are the details from the Planning Department:
Bowling Club and Collins Lodge, King Edward VII Park, Park Lane, Wembley
I refer to the planning application for the above site which proposes:-
Change of use of the bowling pavillion and adjoining land (Use class D2) into a primary school (Use class D1) also including the erection of a single storey classroom block, and part change of use of the land adjoining Collins Lodge (Use class C3) into parkland (Use class D2)
The application will be formally considered at the meeting of the Planning Committee on 4 March, 2015. The meeting will be held at Brent Civic Centre, Engineers Way, Wembley, HA9 0FJ starting at 7.00pm. You are welcome to attend the meeting and listen to the proceedings. It is possible to speak to the Committee subject to the restrictions set out in the Council's Standing Order. These provide for one objector and/or one supporter of the application to speak. The Chair has the discretion to increase this to two people from each side. In doing this, the Chair will give priority to occupiers nearest to the application site or representing a group of people. To address the committee you must speak to Democratic Services at least one clear day before the meeting and arrive at the Brent Civic Centre at least 15 minutes before the meeting starts. Please telephone the Democratic Services Officer, Mr Joe Kwateng, on 020 8937 1354 during office hours.
Whether or not you attend the meeting you will be subsequently informed in writing of the Council's decision.
The Chief Planner's recommendation for this application is to Grant Consent.
For a full copy of the report which Members will be considering AND to view information that explains who the members of the Committee are; the "Standing Order" of the Council which permits members of the public to address the meeting, details of the layout of the room and an explanation of the types of decisions Members can make, visit our website at www.brent.gov.uk/planningcommittee
What are the ward councillors saying?
Wembley Central ward cllrs are in support of residents.
Preston ward cllrs Bradley, Harrison and Hossain also support local residents. As does Stonebridge ward Cllr Ezeajughi. See friendsofkingeddies.blogspot.com for the latest updates.
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