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Western Curve – a major new development with huge implications for the area

December 5, 2012

A Planning application has been submitted to Hackney Council for a major new development with huge implications for residents in the surrounding area.

Named the ‘Dalston Western Curve’ this is actually two sites on the east and west sides of Kingsland High Street: 10-34 Kingsland High Street and the north west side of Ashwin Street (eastern site); and 25-33A Kingsland High Street and the south eastern corner of Boleyn Road (western site).

‘The eastern site comprises erection of a part 4, 5 and 6 storey building with retail / restaurant / bar use (class A1/A2/A3/A4) on ground floor and residential units above. The western site comprises erection of a part 5, 7 and 8 storey building with retail use (class A1) on ground floor and residential units on part ground and upper floors. Together the proposals comprise a total of 108 residential units (39×1, 46×2 and 23×3 beds) with associated disabled, car club and cycle parking, highways works and hard and soft landscaping.’

The proposed land use includes ‘Bar, Dwelling houses (whether or not as a sole or main residence), Estate Agent/Betting Office/Professional services other than medical, Restaurant/Sale of hot food /Consumption on premises, Retail shops other than the sale of hot food’.For further details of this application go to  this link.

or search for Planning Application number 2012/3404.

The time for assessing the implications of this development for local residents is very short – the consultation on this application closes on 13 December.

We would appreciate hearing from any local residents who have had the time to analyse the plans and will post further details on this site as they become available.

If you want to object to this application, you can do so online or by emailing  planning@hackney.gov.uk quoting the application number 2012/3404 in the subject line of your email.

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