Timeline

  • 2019
  • Winter 2019/20
  • Spring 2020
  • Summer 2020
  • Autumn 2020
  • Winter 2020/21
  • Winter 2022
  • Winter 2023
  • 2019

    Opportunity reviews for the sites

  • Winter 2019/20

    – January : First Pelham Focus Group
    – February and March : Initial political briefings to introduce schemes

  • Spring 2020

    – April : Pelham Focus Group 2
    – May : Pelham Focus Group 3
    – Early June : Launch public consultation
    Information leaflet issued; project website goes live

  • Summer 2020

    – Late June : Public consultation webinar events
    Political briefings to update on progress
    – July : Individual meetings with residents associations
    – August : Pelham Focus Group 4

  • Autumn 2020

    – October : Political briefings on scheme evolution
    – Late November : Individual meetings with community groups ahead of submission
    Pelham Focus Group 5

  • Winter 2020/21

    – December : Community and political briefings
    – January ’21 : Planning applications submitted for 40 and 63-81 Pelham Street
    Second information leaflet issued

  • Winter 2022

    – Subject to planning permission, this is the earliest time construction will begin

  • Winter 2023

    – Subject to planning permission, construction begins on 63-81 Pelham Street

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Next steps

Thank you for participating in our consultation so far. We have now submitted our planning applications for 40 and 63-81 Pelham Street. The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea have begun their statutory consultation, enabling you to directly provide your feedback.

The 40 Pelham Street application reference number is PP/21/00457Click here to access the application online.

The 63-81 Pelham Street application reference number is PP/21/00471Click here to access the application online.

We are still keen to engage with you throughout the planning process, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions at consultation@cascadecommunications.co.uk.

Construction

Subject to planning approval, a Construction Management Plan will be agreed with RBKC, making consideration for working hours, dust and noise monitoring and pedestrian safety. 

In that event, we will work closely with neighbours to ensure that works are managed effectively and to mitigate any impact. We will also regularly update neighbours throughout the construction phases.

Site activity would take place within the site boundary as much as possible to reduce disruption to neighbours. We would also sign up the sites to the Considerate Constructors’ Scheme, designed to encourage best practice within the construction industry.

 

Public consultation webinar event