Planning proposals for 9,11 and 19 Osiers Road (Planning Reference 2018/3709)

Planning proposals for 9, 11 and 19 Osiers Road (planning application ref. 2018/3709) to be determined by the Mayor of London at a representation hearing at City Hall on 18 October 2019 at 9.30am.

The proposal

Planning permission is being sought for development of the above site with the following proposal:

Demolition of existing buildings, and erection of a mixed use development in buildings ranging in height between 10 and 14 storeys, with a two-storey linked element, to provide 3,653 sq.m. (GIA) of business (class B1) floorspace, with ancillary café (Class A3), and 152 sq.m. of flexible commercial floorspace for either A1 (retail), A2 (financial and professional services), A3 (restaurant), B1 (business), D1(non-residential institutions) or D2 (assembly and leisure) use, and 168 residential units with associated amenity space, including roof terrace and balconies, together with 10 disabled persons car parking spaces at basement level, and 374 cycle parking spaces, with the provision of landscaping and areas of public realm, and other associated works including highway improvements and provision of a new sub-station.

Following consideration of the planning application by the Council's Planning Applications Committee in April 2019, where committee members resolved to refuse planning permission, the Mayor of London has decided to 'call in' the application and to act as the local planning authority for the purposes of determining this application himself. This follows issuing of a direction under Article 7 of the Town and Country Planning (Mayor of London) Order 2008.

Since the Mayor's direction to act as local planning authority, the applicant has amended the proposal to increase the level of affordable housing being offered, so that all of the proposed 168 residential units (100%) are now proposed to be affordable housing units, with a tenure split of 45% London Affordable Rent and 55% London Shared Ownership.

A public Representation Hearing is due to be held in The Chamber at City Hal, London SE1 2AAl on 18 October 2019, starting at 9.30am, for the Mayor (Sadiq Khan) to consider this application in detail and to determine whether or not planning permission should be granted.

The hearing is open to the public to attend, and those interested parties who made written representations to either the Council or the GLA regarding the planning application are eligible to request to speak. If you wish to speak at the hearing. you must submit to GLA officers a detailed statement of the issues that you intend to express to the Mayor at least seven days in advance of the hearing. This information should also clearly state in what capacity you wish to speak (i.e. objector or supporter) and which organisation (if any) you represent. All statements should be provided in writing to:

  • Email:
  • Post:¬†Osiers Road c/o Reece Harris, Development Management, Greater London Authority, The Queen's Walk, London SE1 2AA

Additional information

Details of how to get to City Hall can be found online alongside detailed disabled access information.

The agenda will be made available on the GLA website seven days in advance of the Representation Hearing, along with the GLA officer's report on the application and the recommendation to the Mayor. The agenda and report are available to view on

Copies of the planning application documents are available to view online.

The GLA's procedure for representation hearings is available online.