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Pick of the week

Now Gallery’s newest exhibition, free activities for over 50s and musical masters By Laura Burgoine

SARA SHAKEEL’S SUPPER Award-winning visual artist Sara Shakeel’s new exhibition is set to sparkle at t the Peninsula’s NOW Gallery. The Great Supper is Shakeel’s most ambitious project to date and her first UK exhibition. Having gained notoriety for ‘breaking the internet’ multiple times on Instagram via her works, the dentist-turned-artist is renowned for conveying human emotions through striking and stylish collage works. The Great Supper will see Shakeel transform the gallery space into a three-dimensional theatrical banqueting scene saturated with glass crystals. May 15 – 23 June 23 at the Gateway Pavilions, SE10 0SQ. nowgallery.co.uk

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MASTERCLASS MAESTROS Join in a free masterclass with some of the finest and most celebrated musicians in the world of opera working at close quarters with Trinity Laban students. Open for anyone wanting to see learning in action. The Jette Parker Young Artists of the Royal Opera House masterclass is at Blackheath Halls, 23 Lee Road, SE3 9RQ. May 16 at 2:30pm. Admission: free, booking required. www.blackheathhalls.com

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A concert featuring songs by the “Italian Schubert” and music teacher to Queen Victoria’s children Francesco Paolo Tosti. Curated by Trinity Laban professor Dominic Natoli, the evening showcases the talents of some of the school’s male student singers, supported by one of our piano quartets. May 17 at 7:30pm. Admission: £10/£5 concession. www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk

NIFTY FIFTY

There’s a range of free activities for over 50s throughout May. Take part in walking football, seated chair exercises, table tennis, tea and coffee. Active 50 for the local community is on the first and third Friday of the month from 10am-12 noon. Admission: free. Open to everyone in the local community at Long Lane JFC Kidbrooke Playing Fields Dursley Road, SE3 8PB. For more information call 020 8856 1051.

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SATIRE AND SULLIVAN The Ferrier Operative Society is bringing Gilbert and Sullivan’s satirical show Ruddigore to Eltham. A comedic take on the Victorian melodrama genre, Ruddigore or the Witch’s Curse, is a comic opera. Bob Hope Theatre, Wythfield Road, SE9 5TG. May 16-18 at 7:30pm-10:15pm and a 2:30pm matinee on May 18. Admission: £14/£12 concession. www.ferrieroperatic.co.uk

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Spotlight

King of Pop at Churchill Theatre

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ne of the world’s most respected Michael Jackson tribute acts is coming to Churchill Theatre. As part of his UK tour, CJ is recreating the Michael Jackson experience with his stunning rendition of all his favourite songs, writes Laura Burgoine...

Michael Jackson is remembered as one of the most influential artists of all time with a career spanning nearly five decades of music. CJ is one of the most experienced, dedicated and well-respected Michael Jackson tribute artists in the world, and he perfectly captures the electrifying energy of Michael’s live performances with 100 percent live vocals. He’s got the look, the moonwalk and the voice. His renditions of Thriller, Beat it and Billie Jean are truly sensational. CJ is joined on the stage by his incredible band and dancers who work their way through all the hits in this accurate

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and exciting tribute to the King of Pop! CJ said “No show can ever compare to seeing the man himself live but Michael Jackson fans who have seen our show have commented that it’s the closest thing to seeing MJ live. This makes me very happy, proud and honoured to give fans a taste of what it was like to see Michael Jackson in action.” Jackson Live in Concert brings together superb musicians and dancers, fabulous costumes, and of course all the signature dance moves associated so fondly with the undisputed King of Pop. Packed with authentic touches and flair, Jackson Live in Concert authentically captures the essence and magic of Michael Jackson live on stage. Jackson Live In concert is at Churchill Theatre on Friday 7 June at 7:30pm. Admission: £27.50. Phone: 020 3285 6000. www.sweeneyentertainments.co.uk

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I am a camera at Alexandra Hall T he Alexandra Players’ latest production, I Am a Camera, is adapted from Christopher Isherwood’s novel Goodbye to Berlin, which is part of The Berlin Stories, writes Laura Burgoine...

Directed by Mark Higgins, I Am A Camera follows struggling young writer Chris whose latest novel concerns the events that occur around him in 1930s Berlin. Sally Bowles, a singer/ actress, who works in a Berlin nightclub, befriends Chris and, despite her transient, bohemian existence, her platonic relationship with him remains steady. Confronting frank subjects such as pregnancy and racism, it is a tellingly real piece

of history and life. The play itself went on to inspire the musical Cabaret, starring Liza Minelli. Wednesday 29 May-Saturday 1 June at 8pm at The Alexandra Hall, Bramshot Avenue, SE7 7HX. Admission: £9/£8 concession. Phone: 07867 627987. http://bit.ly/AlexPlayersWhatsOn

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Family

Plumstead still Making Merry

Every year, since 1975, Plumstead Common hosts a community festival, writes Laura Burgoine... This year’s Plumstead Make Merry, which is organised by a small team of local volunteers, is set to be bigger than ever. Festival goers can expect a wide range of stalls, an eclectic mix of entertainment –including music, dance, spoken word, drama and stand up comedy-

free activities for children, and a traditional fun fair. There’s also a variety of free workshops for people of all ages and a top notch offering of international cuisine. Always an important event in the Plumstead calendar, the event is increasingly attracting attention from further afield with attendance growing from 5,000, in recent years, to an estimated over 10,000 in 2018.

The organising team consists of just six local residents; volunteers are more than welcome to join the team and/ or to steward on the day. All fundraising is done by the team - sponsorship and donations are gratefully received. plumsteadmakemerry.co.uk Plumstead Make Merry is on Saturday 8 June from 12noon6pm at Plumstead Common.

Half-term at the farm The Woodlands Farm Trust has a range of activities for May halfterm... Passionate about Pigs: Wednesday 29th May, 1pm-3pm. Come along to the pig activity day where you can have a go at the fun pig facts trail round the farmyard, and see the lovely Tamworth pigs. There will also be a chance to make a pig craft to take home. Admission: £3 per child. No need to book, just drop in. For more information call 020 8319 8900 Pond Dipping: Thursday 30th May, 10am, 11am, 1pm and 2pm. Try a spot of pond dipping! The

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farm provides the nets and trays and you can find out what lives hidden beneath the surface of the pond. Admission: £2 per child. Booking is essential. Barn dance: Saturday 1st June, 7.30pm – 10.45pm Enjoy an evening of dancing and live music from the well-known Skinners Rats band in the farm’s traditional barn. Bring your own food and drink for an evening of great fun and laughter. Tickets £12.50. To book tickets visit: www.thewoodlandsfarmtrust.org Woodlands Farm is located on the borders of of Bexley and Greenwich. At 89 acres, it is the

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largest city farm in the UK. The farm’s priorities are education and conservation, and they are part of the Natural England Higher Level Stewardship Scheme. The Trust aims to involve local community groups, schools, volunteers and businesses in farming and conservation, helping to bridge the current town-country divide. Woodlands Farm is open 9:30am4:30pm, Tuesday-Sunday. There is no entry charge except for special events, though donations are always welcome. Sensible shoes and clothing are recommended.

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Arts

Urban Village Fete is back

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he Urban Village Fete returns to Greenwich Peninsula this weekend. One of London’s biggest free events, the modern summer fete with a twist is a celebration of creativity, culture and community in the city, writes Laura Burgoine...

Curated by Hemingway Design, the fete celebrates its 5th year by bringing together some of the finest music, dance, comedy, workshops, talks, arts, crafts and food for a fun-filled day for all ages. Get ready to dance to the specially selected summer tunes of headline DJ Gilles Peterson along with performances from Jazz Re:Freshed on the main stage. Display your turntable prowess on the family stage as Charity Shop DJ host the Urban Village Fete Eurovision DJ Contest; and for those with a love of London, go along and listen to Robert Elms debate the future of working in the City. There will be colourful walkabout entertainment such as the Sniffer Dogs causing mischief with their

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tongue-in-cheek performances, and a huge line-up of interactive workshops suitable for all ages. There’s also model making and storyboarding from award winning Wallace & Gromit creators Aardman Animation and drawing techniques from Sprayskool / Ted Draws. Up your dance skills with the Land of a Thousand Dances where you’ll be taught to Floss, Harlem Shake, do the Robot or just do it Gangnam style... all courtesy of Greenwich Dance. Workshops also cater for foodies with classes in fermenting, making a smoker and urban beekeeping. If you want to get your swag on there’s a a host of stalls with crafts and clothing by local designer makers. Attracting over 30,000 visitors last year, 2019’s Urban Village Fete promises to be even bigger and bolder. The Urban Village Fete is at Greenwich Peninsula, 1 W Parkside, SE10 0BN, on Sunday 19 May at 11am-7pm. Admission: free. www.greenwichpeninsula.co.uk

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NEWS FROM CHARLTON ATHLETIC COMMUNITY TRUST

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harlton Athletic Community Trust (CACT) acknowledged the achievements of both players and participants at Charlton Athletic’s Player of the Year Dinner on Sunday 5 May.

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There were four CACT awards up for grabs: Participant of the Year, Affiliated Player of the Year, Men’s Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) Community Champion and Women’s PFA Community Champion. Deb Browne, CACT’s Head of Health Improvement, presented the Participant of the Year award to Carole Cheney, who had seven weeks of smoking cessation support on the Kick the Habit programme. Delivered by CACT on behalf of the Royal Borough of Greenwich, the scheme helped her successfully quit smoking. As well as quitting smoking after sessions with Charlie East, CACT’s Health Improvement Manager, Carole has also credited CACT and Charlton with helping her spend time with her eight-year-old granddaughter Sydney, making use of complimentary tickets through the Community 500 scheme. Open to players from all teams linked to CACT, Affiliated Player of the Year went to Harrison Summers from CACT’s Post-16 Football & Education Academy. Despite struggling with an injury this season, Harrison persevered in the classroom and recently passed his SATs.. The full-back has his eyes on going to the United States next year to attend University and continue playing football. Working with CACT partner John Robinson Soccer USA, he has used the College Fit Finder, and hopes to catch the eye of American scouts. William Kay from the Charlton Upbeats was Highly Commended for the award. Darren Pratley and Katie Startup won the PFA Community Champion award for their commitment in the community. Both have been excellent role models and engaged with several of CACT’s programmes. Darren, in his first season with the club, has immersed himself in a range of CACT projects and made a huge impact. Chosen as Charlton’s PFA Health Ambassador, Darren has promoted healthy lifestyles through his support of Kick the Habit and CACT’s blood pressure programmes. Darren also presented trophies to a number of CACT’s disability teams, as well as attending the Charlton Upbeats’ Christmas Party. Charlton Athletic Women’s FC goalkeeper Katie Startup has also attended a wide range of CACT’s projects this season, including the EFL Girls’ Cup. Katie took time to chat with the participants, give footballing advice and sign autographs. As well as this, Startup visited a Premier League Girls session, where she took part in a Q&A about her footballing journey. As a result, many of those girls attended numerous women’s’

CACT recognises community contributions at Player of the Year Dinner

“It’s lovely to be recognised by the club and the PFA for the little things I’ve done in the community."

Main; Darren Pratley won the PFA Community Champion Award due to his keen involvement with CACT projects this season Top right; CACT’s Deb Browne (left) presents Carole with the Participant of the Year trophy

matches season. Katie also visited a local hospital during the Christmas period, putting smiles on the faces of patients. She said: “It’s lovely to be recognised by the club and the PFA for the little things I’ve done in the community. It’s important that we all have a responsibility to do more and inspire more in the community, so it’s nice to be recognised. “I think it’s important for bringing in new girls into the game and building strong relationships within the club and within the football community as a whole.”

Bottom left; Post-16 Academy player Harrison Summers has impressed his coaches this year and deservedly won the Affiliated Player of the Year Award Bottom right; Katie Startup received the PFA Community Champion Award after visiting a number of CACT programmes this season and inspiring the younger generation

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Property

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Thames Street: a commuter’s paradise

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he unseasonably warm Easter was a reminder that summer is on its way. Of course, all that glitters is not gold – the early signs of summer mean hot and sticky commutes are on the horizon.

But for residents at Thames Street, L&Q’s new riverside development in the heart of Greenwich, getting to work does not have to be this way. The new apartments are conveniently located for several travel options that allow buyers to enjoy London’s spectacular scenery, historic landmarks and keep cool outside. For those who want to build some exercise into their commute the

development’s riverfront location provides access to the Thames Path that runs right outside the door. A more peaceful way of getting from A to B, the path boasts protected views across to St Paul’s Cathedral. Strolling home on a summer’s evening with sweeping vistas of the London skyline, these incredible views of Canary Wharf and The City continue to amaze even once residents have put their key in the door. All of Thames Street’s one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments have a balcony, so residents can relax over an al fresco meal during the long summer nights. There is also the option of adding

a slither of London’s history to a commute, as the Greenwich Foot Tunnel links Greenwich to Island Gardens on the north bank of the river. Open 24-hours a day, it means getting to Canary Wharf without needing to use public transport. Avid cyclists can even beat the train, dismounting through the tunnel before hopping back on their bike on the other side to make Canary Wharf a mere 25-minute cycle ride away. And it couldn’t be easier with on-site secure cycle storage for residents at Thames Street. Alternatively, residents can travel in style by cruising to work on the Thames Clipper. To really

take the stress out of the journey, an onboard kiosk provides refreshments, snacks and air conditioning takes the heat out of those long days in the office. With regular services from Greenwich to London Bridge, Westminster and Embankment (to name but a few), the West End is accessible without ever needing to venture underground. Thames Street also has something up its sleeve for the traditionalists – the Docklands Light Railway. The development is just a stone’s throw from Cutty Sark DLR station, making Canary Wharf and Bank accessible in under half an hour. But what makes this

route just that little bit special is that DLR commuters can take in the incredible views of Docklands while whizzing to work. With so many travel options, it is easy to see why Thames Street is a commuters’ paradise. “Thames Street has unrivalled transport connections to central London quite literally on residents’ doorsteps” comments Lucy Chitty, Sales and & Customer Services Director for L&Q’s South Region. So wherever you’re going – Thames Street has a travel option for you. Thames Street’s sales and marketing suite is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am – 5pm. For more information or to book an appointment visit thamesstreet. co.uk or call 0333 003 3770. Prices start at £487,500 for a onebedroom apartment (available under London Help to Buy), £680,000 for a two-bedroom apartment and £790,000 for a three-bedroom home.

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RECRUITMENT

Tuke School -

Special School Support Assistant (SSSA)

32.5 hours per week. Term Time only. Hay 6 Spinal point 9 - Full-time starting salary £23,211 pro rata £18,036.68 Start Date – September 2019 or before Do you think you have the qualities needed to work with students who have a range of special needs? Take a look at our website - www.tukeschool.co.uk We are a Secondary Special School, meeting the needs of young people with severe and complex learning needs. Tuke is a purpose built special school which provides specialist facilities for all of our students. At the heart of our ethos and building design is our mission statement: “Learning everywhere, inspiring everyone” We are looking to recruit a committed person to join our permanent strong & professional support staff team. We can offer you: • Friendly, motivated staff teams to work with • Extensive training, performance management, support and mentoring • A vibrant and creative working environment • Regular working hours (9am – 4pm) and school holidays • An excellent working environment Tuke School provides an outstanding quality of education for students who have special educational needs. We are looking for enthusiatic and energetic staff who value education and who are looking to learn more and develop new skills. Do you have: • Basic numeracy and literacy skills • An interest in working with people • Effective team and interpersonal skills • An ability to build good relationships staff as a member of a team • The ability to engage students with complex needs • Be of good physical health Tuke School is committed to safeguarding and promoting welfare of children. The nature of this post will require the successful applicant to be enhanced DBS checked If you are considering making an application, I would strongly recommend that you arrange a visit. Please contact the school office on: 020 7525 8002 and we will be happy to show you around. The application form and job description are available to download on the school website www.tukeschool.co.uk or by contacting our office staff on – 020 7525 8002. You may also pick up a pack from reception if you are close by. Closing date for receipt of applications is 23rd May 2019 Short listed applicants will be notified of their interview, to be held on the 13th June 2019 If you are shortlisted, we will request references prior to the interview.

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P U B LIC NOT IC ES Town & Country Planning Act 1990 (AS AMENDED) Town & Country Planning (Development Management Procedure)(England) Order 2015 Planning (Listed Buildings & Conservation Areas) Act 1990 (AS AMENDED) Planning (Listed Buildings & Conservation Areas) Regulations 1990 (AS AMENDED) Town & Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2007 (AS AMENDED) Notice is hereby given that application(s) have been made to The Royal Borough of Greenwich in respect of the under mentioned premises/sites.You can see the submissions and any plans at http://www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk/planning. If development proposals affect Conservation Areas and/or Statutorily Listed Buildings under the Planning (Listed Building and Conservation Area) Act 1990 (As Amended) this will be shown within the item below. Anyone who wishes to comment on these applications should be made in writing to Development Planning within 23 days of the date of this notice. Please quote the appropriate reference number. Date: 15/05/2019 Victoria Geoghegan Assistant Director - Planning and Building Control

Publicity for Planning Applications. Applicant:

Site Address: Development: Conservation Area: Applicant:

Mr & Mrs Sargent

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25 PARKGATE, BLACKHEATH, LONDON, SE3 9XF Enlargement of front light well; Extension of rear terrace; Construction of a Subterranean activities room in rear garden; Enlargement of existing rear dormer window and addition of juliet balcony; Enlargement of entrance canopy and installation of windows in South, East and West elevations. BLACKHEATH PARK French Touch Design & Construction Ltd 19/0395/HD

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55 KIDBROOKE GROVE, KIDBROOKE, LONDON, SE3 0LJ Replace existing wooden shed with outbuilding with green roof. BLACKHEATH

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17 Delacourt Road, Blackheath, London, An application submitted under Section 73 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990 for a minor material amendment in connection with the planning permission 18/0096/F, dated 11/04/2018 for the demolition of existing garages and construction of a two storey, t hree-bedroom residential dwelling to allow: -The variation of Condition 1 (Approved Drawings): -Internal Alterations -External door to kitchen changed to a window -Privacy screens added to rear bedroom windows -All bathroom windows fitted with restrictive openers -Removal of photovoltaic panels -Main entrance moved to party wall side, and small window inserted at approved entrance -Small window added to WC's in front elevation. -A combined bin + cycle store cladded in timber to the front. -The removal of Condition 3 (Hard / Soft Landscaping) -The removal of Condition 6 (Energy Performance Standard) -The removal of Condition 8 (West Facing Windows) -The removal of Condition 9 (Refuse) -The removal of Condition 10 (Inclusive Design) SUN IN THE SANDS

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Land rear of 19 Delacourt Road, Blackheath, London, SE3 8XA An application submitted under Section 73 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990 for a minor material amendment in connection with the planning permission 17/0138/F, dated 13/04/2017 for the demolition of existing storage enclosure and boundary wall and erection of a new residential dwellinghouse with associated landscaping to allow: -The variation of Condition 1 (Approved Drawings): -Internal Alterations -External door to kitchen changed to a window -Privacy screens added to rear bedroom windows -All bathroom windows fitted with restrictive openers -Removal of photovoltaic panels

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Mr Parsons

ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 16A FUSILIER LEE RIGBY MEMORIAL – WELLINGTON STREET TEMPORARY TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS – WEDNESDAY 22nd MAY 2019 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the Royal Borough of Greenwich has made an Order to facilitate a memorial event for Fusilier Lee Rigby on Wednesday 22nd May 2019. 2. The effect of the Order will be to temporarily prohibit vehicles from entering into, proceeding in or waiting (including waiting for the purposes of loading or unloading) in that part of Wellington Street which lies between its junction with John Wilson Street (A406 South Circular Road) and its junction with Belford Grove on Wednesday 22nd May 2019, between the hours of 10 am and 3 pm. 3. The above prohibitions will only apply at such times and to such extent as shall be indicated by the placing of appropriate traffic signs or as directed by a police constable in uniform. 4. Whilst the prohibitions remain in force affected vehicular traffic will be diverted via John Wilson Street (A206 South Circular Road), Woolwich Church Street (A206 South Circular Road), Frances Street, Artillery Place and Wellington Street. 5. The above prohibitions will not prevent essential vehicular access to premises only accessible via Wellington Street. Assistant Director, Strategic Transportation The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ Dated 15th May 2019 [INTERNAL REF: 1000005624NOM]

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Conservation Area:

Applicant:

Latin Quarter

Mrs Pugh

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Site Address: 26 ASHBURNHAM PLACE, GREENWICH, LONDON, SE10 8TZ Development: Remove current front garden path leading to front door and loose stones in the front garden area and replace with paved York Stone. Also replace steps leading to front door and to basement door with same York Stone. Conservation Area: ASHBURNHAM TRIANGLE Applicant:

Site Address: Development: Conservation Area:

41 Casterbridge Road, Blackheath, SE3 9AD Construction of a single storey rear extension and a new front porch. BLACKHEATH PARK

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Site Address: 80 & 80A BLACKHEATH ROAD, GREENWICH, SE10 8DA Development: Demolition of existing office building (Class B1) to rear and construction of five storey building comprising five flats (5 x 2 bed) (Class C3) and alterations to front facade of front building including new and widened windows, brick slip cladding and widening of front entrance. (The development may impact the setting of Grade II Listed Buildings - 72-74 Blackheath Road and 37-45 Blackheath Road) Conservation Area: ASHBURNHAM TRIANGLE Applicant:

and/or A3 (restaurants and cafes) and/or A4 (drinking establishments); up to a total of 4,462 sq.m (GEA) business space for B1(a) (offices) and/or B1(b) (research and development) and/or B1(c) (light industry); up to 500 sq.m (GEA) Class D1 for a children's nursery; up to a total of 750 sq.m (GEA) Class D2 for community space and a management facility; up to a total of 992 sq.m (GEA) for two energy centres; associated open space, hard and soft landscaping, car parking and servicing, highways and transport works and ancillary works; with all matters reserved for future approval except for access (Outline Application). In addition to the matters set out above, full details (access, appearance, landscaping, layout, scale) in relation to the first sub-phase, being Parcel 1, located to the north and east of the site for: 459 residential units; a 365 sq.m energy centre; associated open space, hard and soft landscaping, car parking and servicing, highways and transport works and ancillary works. To allow: · Amendment to density requirement · Redistribution of non-residential floor space · Reduction in Car Parking Provision · Revision to Phasing

-Main entrance moved to party wall side, and small window inserted at approved entrance -Small window added to WC's in front elevation. -A combined bin + cycle store cladded in timber to the front. -The removal of Condition 3 (Hard / Soft Landscaping) -The removal of Condition 6 (Energy Performance Standard) -The removal of Condition 8 (West Facing Windows) -The removal of Condition 9 (Refuse) -The removal of Condition 10 (Inclusive Design) SUN IN THE SANDS

Mr Rahman

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Mrs Simmonds

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Notemachine UK Ltd

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Site Address: Development: Conservation Area:

243 Greenwich High Road, Greenwich, SE10 8NB Retention of rear extractor unit. WEST GREENWICH

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Ms S Butler

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Publicity for Advertisements. Applicant:

Rev Moody

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Notemachine UK Ltd

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The Intro Partnership LLP

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532 Rochester Way, Eltham, SE9 1SQ Demolition of existing conservatory and construction of a single storey rear extension. PROGRESS ESTATE

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St. Alfege Church, St. Alfege Passage, Greenwich, SE10 Installation of a railing banner to go across the railings at the East portico, 2 scaffolding banners to go on scaffolding on north and south elevations, Black Heras fencing with our logo, PAYE's logo and that of our partners to go around the North, South and East sides and enclosure in the courtyard. WEST GREENWICH

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19 Lewisham Road, Lewisham, SE13 7QS Installation of an ATM (Retrospective). ASHBURNHAM TRIANGLE

Site Address: Development: Conservation Area:

19 Lewisham Road, Lewisham, SE13 7QS Installation of one internally illuminated ATM surround (Retrospective). ASHBURNHAM TRIANGLE

Site Address: Development: Conservation Area:

63 SHOOTERS HILL ROAD, BLACKHEATH, SE3 7HS Replacement balcony railings to front elevation at second floor level BLACKHEATH

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P U BL I C N OT I C ES ROYAL BOROUGH of GREENWICH ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1) [Charlton Lane] PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE (ORDER)

ROYAL BOROUGH of GREENWICH ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1) DUNVEGAN ROAD SE9 PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE (ORDER)

1. The Royal Borough of Greenwich makes this Order in exercise of powers under section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. This is to facilitate works by Network rail who need to carry out rail works. 2. The Order will come into operation on 18th May 2019 and would continue to be valid for 18 months. However the works are expected to take 3 days. The duration of the Order can be extended with the approval of the Secretary of State for Transport. 3. The effect of the Order would be to temporarily prohibit vehicles from entering, exiting, proceeding or waiting (including waiting for the purposes of loading or unloading) in, Charlton Lane at the level crossing. 4. Whilst the Order is in operation traffic will be diverted via Charlton Lane, Charlton Park Road, Little Heath, Hillreach, Artillery Place, John Wilson Street, Woolwich Church Street, Woolwich Road and vice versa. Prohibitions remain in force, pedestrians are not affected and vehicle access will be maintained wherever possible. 5. Nothing in this Notice will apply to anything done with the permission or at the direction of a police constable in uniform or traffic warden, to emergency service vehicles, or to vehicles being used in connection with the works. 6. The restrictions described above will apply only during such times and to such extent as shall be indicated by traffic signs as prescribed by the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016. 7. All enquiries concerning these works should be directed to the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Directorate of Regeneration, Enterprise & Skills on 020 8921 6340. Assistant Director, Strategic Transportation The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ Dated 10th May 2019 (INTERNAL REF: PL/105/LA362185)

1. The Royal Borough of Greenwich makes this Order in exercise of powers under section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. This is to facilitate works by Thames Water who need to carry out a service pipe repair. 2. The Order will come into operation on 20th May 2019 and would continue to be valid for 18 months. However the works are expected to take 1 week. The duration of the Order can be extended with the approval of the Secretary of State for Transport. 3. The effect of the Order would be to temporarily prohibit vehicles from entering, exiting, proceeding or waiting (including waiting for the purposes of loading or unloading. outside 6 Dunvegan Road. 4. Whilst the Order is in operation traffic will be diverted via Well Hall Road, Well Hall Parade, Greenvale Road, Grangehill Road & vice versa. Prohibitions remain in force, pedestrians are not affected and vehicle access will be maintained wherever possible. 5. Nothing in this Notice will apply to anything done with the permission or at the direction of a police constable in uniform or traffic warden, to emergency service vehicles, or to vehicles being used in connection with the works. 6. The restrictions described above will apply only during such times and to such extent as shall be indicated by traffic signs as prescribed by the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016. 7. Queries concerning these works should be directed to the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Directorate of Regeneration, Enterprise & Skills on 020 8921 6340. Assistant Director, Strategic Transportation The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ Dated 08/03/19 (INTERNAL REF: PL/115/LA360204B)

ROYAL BOROUGH of GREENWICH ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1) RAVINE GROVE, SE18 PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE (ORDER) 1. The Royal Borough of Greenwich makes this Order in exercise of powers under section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. This is to facilitate works by Thames Water who need to carry out repair works to the carriage way. 2. The Order will come into operation on 24th May 2019 and would continue to be valid for 18 months. However the works are expected to take 5 days. The duration of the Order can be extended with the approval of the Secretary of State for Transport. 3. The effect of the Order would be to temporarily prohibit vehicles from entering, exiting, proceeding or waiting (including waiting for the purposes of loading or unloading. in Ravine Grove at the junction with The Slade. 4. Whilst the Order is in operation traffic will be diverted via The Slade, Kings Highway, Sutcliffe Road & Vice Versa. Prohibitions remain in force, pedestrians are not affected and vehicle access will be maintained wherever possible. 5. Nothing in this Notice will apply to anything done with the permission or at the direction of a police constable in uniform or traffic warden, to emergency service vehicles, or to vehicles being used in connection with the works. 6. The restrictions described above will apply only during such times and to such extent as shall be indicated by traffic signs as prescribed by the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016. 7. Queries concerning these works should be directed to the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Directorate of Regeneration, Enterprise & Skills on 020 8921 6340. Assistant Director, Strategic Transportation The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ Dated 20/03/2019 (INTERNAL REF: PL/121/LA365431)

ROYAL BOROUGH of GREENWICH ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1) TEWSON ROAD, SE18 PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE (ORDER) 1. The Royal Borough of Greenwich intends to makes this Order in exercise of powers under section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. This is to facilitate works by Royal Borough of Greenwich who need to carry out traffic calming works. 2. The Order will come into operation on 28th May 2019 and would continue to be valid for 18 months. However the works are expected to take 2 Weeks. The duration of the Order can be extended with the approval of the Secretary of State for Transport. 3. The effect of the Order would be to temporarily prohibit vehicles from entering, exiting, proceeding or waiting (including waiting for the purposes of loading or unloading) and the reversal of a one way in Tewson Road at the junction of Lakedale Road. 4. Whilst the Order is in operation traffic will be diverted via Tewson Road, Lakedale Road & Vice Versa. Prohibitions remain in force, pedestrians are not affected and vehicle access will be maintained wherever possible. 5. Nothing in this Notice will apply to anything done with the permission or at the direction of a police constable in uniform or traffic warden, to emergency service vehicles, or to vehicles being used in connection with the works. 6. The restrictions described above will apply only during such times and to such extent as shall be indicated by traffic signs as prescribed by the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016. 7. Queries concerning these works should be directed to the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Directorate of Regeneration, Enterprise & Skills on 020 8921 6340. Assistant Director, Strategic Transportation The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ Dated 16/04/2019

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A PREMISES LICENCE LICENSING ACT 2003 Licensing Team, 4th Floor, Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, London SE18 6HQ. Tel: 020 8921 8018; Fax: 020 8921 8380; Email: licensing@royalgreenwich.gov.uk Notice is given that Ms Janine Whittaker of the Royal Borough of Greenwich Events & Community Engagement Team, 3rd Floor, The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, London SE18 6HQ, has applied for the Grant of a time-limited Premises Licence for the following annual event to be held on Saturday 29 June 2019 only: “Great Get Together! & Armed Forces Day 2019” Site of No.1 Street, Artillery Square, Duke of Wellington Avenue, and Marlborough Road (and environs), Woolwich Royal Arsenal, London SE18. A record of this application may be inspected by appointment. Persons may make representations to the Council on this application by no later than Thursday 6 June 2019. Representations can be made in writing, by email or fax using the contact details above. Representations can only be made on the grounds of one or more of the four licensing objectives, namely: • Prevention of Crime and Disorder • Prevention of Public Nuisance • Public Safety • Protection of Children from Harm. Any person who makes a false statement in connection with an application is liable on summary conviction to a maximum fine of £5,000. It is proposed that the following licensable activities will take place: On-Sale & Supply of Alcohol (no Off-Sales); Performance of Plays; Performance of Live Music; Playing of Recorded Music; Performance of Dance; and Anything Similar to Music & Dance (e.g. roving entertainers) between 12:00 noon and 18:00 hours.

ROYAL BOROUGH of GREENWICH ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1) [Charlton Lane] PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE (ORDER) 1. The Royal Borough of Greenwich intends to make this Order in exercise of powers under section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. This is to facilitate works by Network Rail who need to carry out Rail works. 2. The Order will come into operation on the 25th May 2019 and would continue to be valid for 18 months. However the works are expected to take 3 days. The duration of the Order can be extended with the approval of the Secretary of State for Transport. 3. The effect of the Order would be to temporarily prohibit vehicles from entering, exiting, proceeding or waiting (including waiting for the purposes of loading or unloading) in, Charlton Lane at the level crossing. 4. Whilst the Order is in operation traffic will be diverted via Charlton Lane, Charlton Park Road, Little Heath, Hillreach, Artillery Place, John Wilson Street, Woolwich Church Street, Woolwich Road and vice versa. Prohibitions remain in force, pedestrians are not affected and vehicle access will be maintained wherever possible. 5. Nothing in this Notice will apply to anything done with the permission or at the direction of a police constable in uniform or traffic warden, to emergency service vehicles, or to vehicles being used in connection with the works. 6. The restrictions described above will apply only during such times and to such extent as shall be indicated by traffic signs as prescribed by the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016. 7. Queries concerning these works should be directed to the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Directorate of Regeneration, Enterprise & Skills on 020 8921 6340. Assistant Director, Strategic Transportation The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ Dated 13th May 2019 (INTERNAL REF: PL/105/LA362186)

ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH The Greenwich (Free Parking Places, Loading Places and Waiting, Loading and Stopping Restrictions) (Amendment No. 12) Order 2019 The Greenwich (Charged-For Parking Places) (Amendment No. 12) Order 2019 1. 2.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the Royal Borough of Greenwich on 13th May 2019 made the above-mentioned Orders under section 6, 45, 46, 49 and 124 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended. The Orders will come into operation on 20th May 2019. The general effect of the Orders will be to: (a) continue indefinitely the provisions mentioned below of the experimental traffic Orders listed in the Schedule to this Notice, which by way of an experiment, in Shooters Hill Road (the slip road outside Nos. 2 to 22 Shooters Hill Road), changed: (i) the permit holders parking place so that the hours of operation are between 9am and 3pm on Mondays to Fridays inclusive; and (ii) the free parking place so that the hours of operation are between 9am and 3pm on Mondays to Fridays inclusive with a maximum stay of 30 minutes, no return for 30 minutes; and (b) update the map tiles attached to The Greenwich (Free Parking Places, Loading Places and Waiting, Loading and Stopping Restrictions) Consolidation Order 2018 and The Greenwich (Charged-For Parking Places) Consolidation Order 2018 so as to reflect the provisions referred to in subparagraph (a) above. 3. Further information about the proposed Orders may be obtained by telephoning Strategic Transportation on 020 8921 5877. 4. The Orders and other documents giving more detailed particulars of the Orders are available for inspection during normal office hours until the end of six weeks from the date on which the Orders were made, at the Directorate of Regeneration, Enterprise and Skills, Strategic Transportation, Royal Borough of Greenwich, The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ. 5. If any person wishes to question the validity of the Orders or of any of the provisions contained therein on the grounds that they are not within the powers conferred by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, or that any requirement of that Act or of any instrument made under that Act has not been complied with, that person may, within six weeks from the date on which the Orders were made, apply for that purpose to the High Court. Assistant Director, Strategic Transportation The Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ Dated 15th May 2019 SCHEDULE – Experimental Traffic Orders that are revoked

The Greenwich (Kidbrooke Gardens Area) (Parking Places) (Amendment No. 3) Experimental Traffic Order 2017 and The Greenwich (Free Parking Places) (No. 5) (Amendment No. 47) Experimental Traffic Order 2017

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