Lidl appeal against Croydon planning refusal

Lidl site from Crown Lane

Lidl site from Crown Lane

In February 2015 Croydon council refused a planning application from Lidl to replace the former car showroom at the corner of Beulah Hill and Crown Lane. Croydon said Lidl’s plans were “ detrimental to the visual amenities of the streetscene, by reason of its unacceptable scale, appearance, siting, massing & overall design and insufficient landscaping & boundary treatment”

Lidl has now appealed against Croydon’s decision. You can comment on the appeal before Thursday 26th November by quoting ref 3087239 at the Planning appeal portal: http://www.planningportal.gov.uk/planning/appeals/online/search

Details of Lidl’s plans can be seen by quoting ref 14/04434/P at http://publicaccess.croydon.gov.uk/online-applications .

And see our earlier posts dated 11/11/14 and 21/2/14.

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2 Comments

Filed under Environment, Planning, Shopping

2 responses to “Lidl appeal against Croydon planning refusal

  1. Nicki

    The Tesco local opposite must be delighted. I wonder if Tesco made any representation to Croydon council?

  2. Morris

    What’s the problem with a lidl on that site. Like the library and cinema these things manage to drag on for years…

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