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SCHEDULE OF PROPOSALS SITES

 

No Proposal Location Current Use
(Ownership)

Proposals and Supporting Justification/Comments

HOUSING

 

 

 

1

Worsley Bridge Road

Disused sports ground
(Private)

To provide additional housing.

2

Land Adjacent Clock House Station

Station car park
(Rail track)

To provide additional housing

3

Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication

Education use to be re-located outside the borough (Private)

To provide additional housing. Remove MOL designation and designate remaining woodland as UOS

BUSINESS

 

 

 

4

Land off Dowding Road, Biggin Hill

Underused open space
(Private)

To develop additional business units which will provide local employment opportunities.  A buffer strip on the southern boundary will be incorporated.  Access only via the Business Area.

LEISURE

 

 

 

5

National Sports Centre, Crystal Palace Park

Sport and leisure
(LBB)

To redevelop and refurbish existing facilities to meet growing demand, to provide better integration of the National Sports Centre with the rest of the Park and to enhance the amenity value of the Park.  Development to be in accordance with the criteria given in Annex C of PPG2 on Major Developed Sites.

BROMLEY TOWN CENTRE

 

6

Tweedy Road/ London Road

Vacant
(LBB)

To provide additional housing and improved landscaping.

7

Tweedy Road/South Street

Vacant
(LBB)

To provide office accommodation for small businesses.

8

Bromley South Station

Railway station and ground level car park
(Network Rail)

To provide a new railway station with improved ticket facilities, access and concourse together with a mix of uses  (planning permission has been granted) to add vitality to the southern section of the town to enhance the appearance and function of the Town Centre.

9

Land rear of Bromley North Station

Car park
(Network Rail / LBB)

To provide additional housing. New development should incorporate or provide an alternative location for the existing bus terminus.

10

Police Station/shop units/First Church of Christ Scientist, Widmore Road

Police Station and offices, church
(Private)

To achieve the appropriate mix of residential and commercial re-use of the listed church and locally listed police station buildings.

11

Terrace on south side of Queens Garden

Underused pedestrian/ garden area
(Private)

To provide retail/caf¹/restaurant uses which will complement the Queens Garden, the Pavilion and the Glades.

12

Westmoreland Road (multi-storey car park) and 1-9 Simpsons Road

Car park and retail units
(LBB)

To retain town centre car parking and provide new retail development, an element of residential and/or office development and leisure uses which respect the scale and character of the adjacent residential area.

BECKENHAM TOWN CENTRE

 

 

13

Christ Church Halls, 1-2 Christ Church Road and 81-83 High Street

Church buildings, 2 dwellings and car tyre centre
(Private)

To retain and enhance the existing community use while providing for some additional commercial floorspace and housing.

ORPINGTON TOWN CENTRE

 

 

14

Walnuts Forecourt

Underused pedestrian area
(LBB)

To extend the existing leisure/recreation facilities, making better use of this prime Town Centre location.

15

Station Road Car Park

Underused car park
(LBB)

To enhance the vitality of the southern end of the Town Centre, with the provision of retail/leisure facilities and car parking.

HIGHWAYS

 

 

16

Plaistow Lane/ Orchard Road

Highway/ Residential/ Church land
(LBB/ Private)

To widen the carriageways and improve the roundabout, increasing the capacity of the junction and reducing delays.

17

B251 Hayes Lane/ Shortlands Road/ Scotts Lane

Highway
(LBB)

To make improvements to the junction, possibly involving the construction of a roundabout, to reduce high accident levels.

18

A208 Mottingham Road/Whitehorse Hill/ William Barefoot Drive/Elmstead Lane

Highway
(LBB/LB Greenwich)

To widen the approach width in the side roads, improving the junction capacity and reducing delays to motorists.

19

A233 Leaves Green Road/Downe Road to Blackness Lane, Keston

Highway/ Residential (LBB/ Other public and private owners)

To widen the carriageway, improving traffic flows (including buses & cycles) and assisting with pedestrian movement.

20

A21 Masons Hill, between Kentish Way and the B265 intersection Hayes Lane and Homesdale Road

Highway
(LBB/ Other public and private owners)

To provide bus lanes and maintain traffic flows in order to improve bus travel into Bromley Town Centre.

 

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