29.06.20 | Planning Application Updates 2020

The three planning applications, which were submitted to London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames in February 2018, were heard at the London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames Planning Committee in January 2020 for the development of the site. All three applications were recommended for approval by London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames planning officers. The Committee resolved to approve Applications A and B. Application C was not approved.

– Application A, is a hybrid planning application for comprehensive mixed-use redevelopment of the former Stag Brewery site;
– Application B is a detailed planning application for the secondary school and;
– Application C is a detailed planning application for highways and landscape works at Chalkers Corner.

Although the development was resolved to be approved by London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames, the proposed highway mitigation works at Chalker’s Corner were not approved (Application C).

These Applications were referred to the Greater London Authority (GLA) and subsequently, the Mayor ‘called in’ the applications on 4 May 2020 and is now the Local Planning Authority for the purpose of determining the applications.

As part of the ‘call in’ process and to address comments on the scheme raised by the GLA, the team has been in discussions with the GLA regarding changes to the scheme. As a result of these discussions, a number of changes have been made to the scheme proposals which are summarised as follows:

1. Provision of affordable housing increased up to 30% (measured by habitable rooms)
2. Reduction of on-site car parking, refocused towards increased public transport and accessibility
3. Increased number of homes across the scheme – this has led to an increase in height of some buildings
4. A monitored car free travel plan for the proposed school
5. Alternative options being explored to Chalkers Corner highways works in order to mitigate highways impacts
6. Change to the layout of Buildings 18 and 19, conversion of Block 20 from a terrace row of housing to two four storey buildings;
7. Improvements to the road and pedestrian access around the school (Application B).
8. Changes to some of the town centre uses, including increase in office floorspace, minor amendments to amount or location of flexible uses, and removal of the gym
9. Landscaping amendments, including canopy removal of four trees on the north west corner of the Site.
10. Removal of the care village
11. The removal of 186 car spaces, resulting in the percentage of smaller home sizes increasing across the scheme

If you would like to read the full details of these changes, please click HERE to view the substitution documents on the GLA website.

The GLA will be undertaking statutory consultation for the Stag Brewery Development; comments on the planning applications for the scheme can be submitted directly to the GLA: 
Via email: mayor@london.gov.uk
Via post: 4172a Stag Brewery Public Hearing, The Planning Team, Greater London Authority, The Queen’s Walk, London, SE1 2AA 
For further information on the public hearing process, please visit the GLA website.

03.04.18 | Planning application submitted 19 February 2018

We are pleased to announce that a hybrid planning application for the redevelopment of the Stag Brewery was submitted to Richmond Council on 19 February 2018.

Please click here to view the application.

29.06.17 | Stag Brewery Public Exhibition 13 – 15 July 2017

We are pleased to invite the Mortlake local community to the second public-drop in exhibition on the redevelopment of the Stag Brewery.

The exhibition will be held on the dates and times listed below and all sessions will be held at the Stag Brewery Sports Club, Lower Richmond Road, SW14 7ET.

· Thursday 13 July – 4pm to 8pm
· Friday 14 July – 12pm to 6pm
· Saturday 15 July – 10am to 4pm

We encourage you to share this invitation on to any organisation or individual who would be interested in the evolving masterplan.

There will be opportunities for you to talk to the project team and provide your feedback and comments on the latest revision of the proposals. The exhibition boards will also be made available on our website shortly after the start of the exhibition, along with an online feedback form.

You can download the flyer for the exhibition here.

We are looking forward to seeing you there and hearing your thoughts on the latest proposals.

23.06.17 | Community Liaison Group 3 Minutes

The third Community Liaison Group (CLG) meeting was held on Tuesday 6 June, the full minutes from this meeting are now available to download here.

*Please note this is a draft version of the minutes, which still need to be reviewed by the CLG members.

15.06.17 | Community Liaison Group Presentations 3

The third CLG meeting between key local stakeholders and the project team was held last week. Transport, traffic and environmental impact were the focus of the presentations by transport consultants Peter Brett Associates LLP (PBA), and environmental consultants, Waterman Group.

The full presentation by Peter Brett Associates is available to download here, and the presentation by Waterman Group here. Minutes from this meeting will be made available shortly.

*Please note these files may take some minutes to load due to the file size.

14.06.17 | Removal of old equipment from the Stag Brewery

The owners of the Stag Brewery site are currently removing old brewing equipment from the Stag Brewery. Some of this equipment is substantial in size and you may notice vehicles and equipment on the site to support the removal of items.

This work will take place during normal working hours (7am-7pm, which are the same working hours as when the brewery was in operation) and the whole program will last 12 months, although it is hoped work will be complete by the end of the year.

Please follow this link to watch a video showing the equipment that remains on site and due to be removed.

If you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch via email to info@stag-brewery.co.uk or on 0800 304 7035

24.05.17 | Community Liaison Group Presentation 2

The second CLG meeting between key local stakeholders and the project team was held last week. Height, scale and public realm provided the focus of the presentations by architects, Squire and Partners, and landscape architects, Gillespies.

The full presentation is available to download here*, and minutes from this meeting will be made available shortly.

*Please note this file may take some minutes to load due to the file size.

05.05.17 | Community Liaison Group Minutes

The first community liaison group (CLG) meeting was held on Tuesday 25 April, the full minutes from this meeting are now available to download here.

 

02.05.17 | Community Liaison Group Presentation

Following the public exhibition held during March 2017, the project team has moved onto the more detailed aspects of designing the masterplan.

To ensure continued public engagement at this stage a Community Liaison Group (CLG) has been formed and will meet regularly with the project team and developer over the next few weeks.

This group is comprised of representatives from local community groups, residents groups, businesses, and parent groups; and will discuss the masterplan evolution at depth.

The first CLG meeting was held last week, please see the full presentation available to download here.

Minutes from this meeting will be made available from this site shortly.

10.01.17 | Happy New Year!

The Stag Brewery Consultation Team would like to wish you a Happy New Year.

Following initial consultation during Summer and Autumn 2016, we stated in October that a common theme to emerge during the early consultation was concern over traffic congestion and parking. The project team are still working hard on this issue.

In October it was determined that further consultation events should be postponed until more information and clarity could be provided. This work is nearing completion and we hope to confirm the next stage of consultation in Spring 2017.

As soon as we can, further details will be posted on the website when confirmed.

In the meantime, please contact me directly if you have any questions.