Jun 26, 2019
Site visit made on 20 May 2019
by Katie McDonald MSc MRTPI
an Inspector appointed by the Secretary of State
Decision date: 24th June 2019
1. The application for an award of costs is refused.
You can read the full document here... APPEAL_DECISION_-_COSTS-2346033.pdf
Jun 24, 2019
The news we have all been waiting for... The Planning Inspectorate Appeal Decision.
We welcome the Planning Inspectorate decision to decline Punch Partnerships (PML) Ltd's appeal.
We thank our supporters, councillors, local MP, CAMRA and most importantly our community.
We call on Punch to talk to us, your customers and loyal community to find a way forward for the good of all. We welcome any open and transparent dialogue.
The Appeal Document can be read here... AppealDecision3221236.pdf
May 11, 2019
The Waiting Game
Now after all the hard work by everybody completing their submissions to the Planning Inspectorate we wait for their decision. The appellant, Punch Taverns, have a couple of weeks until the 23rd of May 2019 to make final comments as does the LPA (Local Planning Authority - in this case the London Borough of Bromley) - then the inspectorate will start working on the outcome of the appeal.
The decision date has not yet been set by the Planning Inspectorate but as soon as we know it we will announce it here and on our social media platforms - this could be in around 26 weeks according to their website!
Fingers are crossed that the appeal is thrown out.
Jan 28, 2019
Punch Partnerships (PML) Ltd lodged an appeal with the Planning Inspectorate.
There was a development on the 28th of January; you may have noticed on the Bromley Planning Portal that the Appeal Status changed to “Appeal Lodged”. On that date WYG Planning, acting as agent for Punch Partnerships (PML) Ltd, lodged an appeal with the Planning Inspectorate; an executive government agency that deals with planning appeals. Details of the appeal submission made by Punch together with 12 revised planning documents can be found on the Bromley Planning Portal.
Oct 29, 2018
Punch submit plans to demolish The Chelsfield
Monday 29 October 2018
This article was published today in the News Shopper
It is the first time the Manager and Patrons of The Chelsfield become aware of the plans that were submitted on 17 October 2018 by Punch Partnerships (PML) Ltd:-
Demolition of existing building and redevelopment of the site to create a replacement public house and landlord accommodation; A1 convenience store, 10 x residential apartments; reconfiguration of the car park and bin/cycle storage
Here are the plans that were submitted
If you would like a closer look, here are the PDFs