Provisional dates for the double yellow line junction protection delivery:
Technical design drawings. July/August. Parking design need to prepare technical drawings for 123 junctions in the DCC area.
Statutory consultation (including letter drop to adjacent properties). September/October. TMO scheduling: these are the legal documents that allow the council to regulate and enforce the parking restriction. Statutory consultation will run for a 3 week period.
Determination of objections. Dulwich CC 7th December 2016. If objections are received, these will be presented to Dulwich community council for determination.
Implementation. Early 2017.
Gilkes Crescent, Dulwich Village
Press release from the Dulwich Estate – 8 July 2016
The Dulwich Estate is pleased to report that McCulloch Homes Ltd has acquired the freehold.
The site in the heart of Dulwich Village has planning consent for eight three-storey town houses (4 x 4 bed and 4 x 5 bed) with basement parking (two spaces per house) and four affordable dwellings: one three bed, wheelchair accessible house, one two bed house and two one bed flats, all with parking at basement level.
McCulloch Homes Ltd has over the past 26 years a strong reputation for building innovative, quality, homes in the South East.
Terry Phillips, Land Manager for McCulloch Homes Ltd said “we are delighted to have secured this prime location in Dulwich Village where we will build these highly desirable homes which have been carefully designed to suit their surroundings”.