Stag Brewery planning application amendments

In June 2019 the applicant submitted amendments for Stag Brewery redevelopment and Chalkers Corner highway works.


The amendments submitted include:

  • Design revisions
  • Reduction in the number of units (minus four) in Application A (east of Ship Lane)
  • Updates to documents, either providing further information or detailing amendments

Documents have either been submitted as substitution documents (to fully replace those documents previously submitted) or addendum documents (to be read alongside those documents previously submitted). Refer to the Applicant's covering letter (pdf, 776 KB) for further clarity.

All revised or updated documents and the Environmental Statement Addendum can be viewed on the application files:

To view the amended documents and new information, follow the link to the relevant application and refer to the Documents and Images section:

  • Revised drawings can be viewed under the sub folder 'Revised Drawing'
  • Revised documents can be viewed under the sub folder 'Report', with a date published June 2019
  • The cover letter and document schedules can be viewed under the sub folder 'Correspondence', with a date published 'June 2019'

Notification of the amendments

The Local Planning Authority has sought to re-notify all those originally consulted and all those who made representations. The includes:

  • In excess of 10,000 neighbour notification letters
  • Site notices in the locality (these will be displayed from 28 June for 30 days)
  • A press notice in the Richmond and Twickenham Times (this will be published on 28 June)

Commenting on the revisions

The Local Planning Authority is consulting the community on the amendments for 30 days. You can submit your comments online or contact us directly:

The Local Planning Authority can only take into account material planning considerations. Find out more about valid reasons to object.

Next steps

Following the consultation period:

Step 1:  Officers will review all representations received

Step 2:  The case officer will draft the Planning Committee Report, taking into account all representations received, and assess the applications against the Development Plan and all other material planning considerations, and make a recommendation for decision.

Step 3:  A committee date will then be set

Step 4:  Committee invite letters will be sent to all those who submitted an objection, letter of support or general observation.  The letter will identity when the committee will be, where it will be, and the process if you would like to speak and address the committee.

Step 5: The applications will be heard by the Planning Committee. The Committee will vote as to whether they support or reject the recommendation.

Step 6: The applications will be referred to the Greater London Authority and potentially the National Planning Casework Unit, who will direct the final decision.

Updated: 25 June 2019