Kelbourne Street flats planning application

street corner location of proposed flats

The planning application for the proposed development of the former church site on Kelbourne St is on the City Council website:

20/02110/FUL Erection of flatted residential development (39no. units) and associated parking. Site Formerly Known As 10 Kelbourne Street Glasgow

(If the link doesn’t work, this may be due to website maintenance from 4pm on Thursday, 17 September 2020 to 11pm on Tuesday, 22 September 2020 and on Thursday, 24 September 2020 from 8am to 8.30am.)

See also Apartment Block With Rooftop Garden Proposed For Maryhill Gap Site.

If you want to make an official comment on the application, please note the closing date is Friday 2nd October 2020. This falls before our next meeting (Tues 6th October). The City Council advises that all representations must be made through the website (if operating), as at present postal representations cannot be processed. See also How to contact Planning.

If you would like to share your view of the application with us, please leave a comment below or email us at NKcommunitycouncillors@gmail.com by 28 September 2020.

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  • Reposting this here, as I’ve only just been directed to this page, having posted on the earlier page of this topic. I have also e-mailed the Community Councillors, and now learn from this page that I just made the 28th September deadline for that. I look forward to considered responses…

    Am I the only one finding the ‘silence’ around the proposed 39-flat development at Kelbourne St/QMD disconcerting? No statutory notices have been posted on local lamp-posts etc, and (presumably due to Covid-19 restricting Council work) no comments are being published on the Planning website. If it proceeds as planned, the development will significantly restrict sunlight to the adjacent play-park areas (the sunlight modeling carried out only considers the first half of the summer, and treats the two play areas as one, thus underplaying the % impact on either area at any one time) – while the lower-floor windows and balconies will look directly onto the play areas, which surely no parent would be comfortable with.

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