Reading Borough Council discusses Katesgrove, Redlands and Whitley wards at planning applications committee this week

Reading Borough Council will be discussing issues in Katesgrove, Redlands and Whitley wards during planning applications committee next week.

Planning Applications Committee 4 April 2018 at 6.30pm.

The Council Chamber, Civic Offices, Bridge Street, Reading RG1 2LU.

Item 9

180075 – 79 Silver Street, Reading, RG1 2TN – Demolition of existing building and erection of a part 3 and part 4 storey (plus basement level) building to provide 56 student studio rooms (sui generis use class) with associated ancillary services and landscaping works without complying with condition 2 (approved plans) of planning permission 170685 to introduce a larger basement area to allow an increase to 61 student studio rooms.
Katesgrove ward.
Item 11

180185 – 1 Redesdale Court, Bamburgh Close, Reading, RG2 7UD -Various external and internal refurbishments including replacement of cladding and fenestration.
Redlands ward.
Item 12

172236 – Green Park Village, Longwater Avenue, Reading, RG2 6AB – Non material amendment to planning permission 10/01461/OUT (102172) to change the phasing plan, parameter plans and the Design and Access Statement with regard to blocks within Phase 6B.
Whitley ward.
Item 13

171019 – Green Park Village – A planning application for residential led mixed-use development comprising the construction of 339 residential apartments (Class C3), 556 sqm (GIA) local retail units (Use Classes A1, A2, A3, A4, A5), residents’ gym and associated car parking, pedestrian and cycle routes, services and infrastructure, landscaping and other associated works (Phase 6A) (amended).

171017 – Green Park Village – Application for approval of reserved matters for Phase 6B for 120 dwellings following outline approval (10/01461/OUT) (amended).
Whitley ward.

The order of agenda items may be changed to prioritise applications with public speakers.

  1. Planning Applications Committee on 4 April
  2. Reading Borough Council webcasting