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18/2416 | Installation of two digital LED screens (one on each side) to the proposed INLinkUK Unit located on pavement outside 393 High Road, Wembley, HA9 6AA | Street Record, High Road, Wembley
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Supporting Strong Centres DIVERSITY OF USES Non-A1 or A2 uses will be permitted within town centres where: a. it would not reduce the proportion of frontage in A1 and A2 use to less than 65% of the primary frontage; or b. if vacancy rates exceed 10% of primary frontage it would not reduce the proportion of frontage in A1 and A2 use to less than 50%; and c. the proposal provides, or maintains, an active frontage. Unviable secondary frontage on the periphery of town centres will be acceptable for residential development. RETAIL IMPACT ASSESSMENTS Proposals involving 500 sqm gross retail floorspace or above, which are outside of town centres and do not accord with the Local Plan, should be accompanied by a Retail Impact Assessment. MEANWHILE USES The use of vacant sites or buildings for occupation by temporary uses that will benefit a town centre?s viability and vitality will be permitted.
Non-Retail Use BETTING SHOPS, ADULT GAMING CENTRES AND PAWNBROKERS Betting shops, adult gaming centres and pawnbrokers will be permitted where it will result in:- ? no more than 4% of the town centre frontage consisting of betting shops; ? no more than 3% of the town centre frontage consisting of adult gaming centres or pawnbrokers/payday loan shops; ? no more than 1 unit or 10% of the neighbourhood parade frontage, whichever is the greater, consisting of betting shops, adult gaming centres or pawnbrokers/payday loan shops; ? a minimum of 4 units in an alternative use in-between each. TAKEAWAYS Subject to other policies within the development plan, takeaways will be approved except where it would result in:- ? An A5 use within 400 metres of a secondary school or further education establishment entrance/ exit point; ? More than 6% of the units within a town centre frontage in A5 uses; ? more than 1 unit or 15% of the units within a neighbourhood parade, whichever is the greater, in A5 use; ? less than two non-A5 units between takeaways; or ? on-street parking in front of the premises creating highway safety problems. Policy WEM 26 in the Wembley Area Action Plan applies to takeaways in Wembley and Wembley Park centre. SHISHA CAFÉS Shisha Cafés will only be permitted outside 400 metres of a secondary school or further education establishment entrance/exit point.
Bret's Hertiage Assets Proposals for or affecting heritage assets should: a. demonstrate a clear understanding of the archaeological, architectural or historic significance and its wider context; b. provide a detailed analysis and justification of the potential impact (including incremental and cumulative) of the development on the heritage asset and its context as well as any public benefit; c. retain buildings, structures, architectural features, hard Landscaping and spaces and archaeological remains, where their loss would cause harm; d. sustain and enhance the significance of the heritage asset, its curtilage and setting, respecting and reinforcing the streetscene, frontages, views, vistas, street patterns, building line, siting, design, height, plot and planform and ensure that extensions are not overly dominating; e. contribute to local distinctiveness, built form, character and scale of heritage assets by good quality, contextual, subordinate design, and the use of appropriate materials and expertise, and improving public understanding and appreciation; f. where demolition is proposed within a conservation area detailed plans for any replacement building will be required to allow consideration of whether the replacement would contribute positively to the character or will be applied to ensure construction of the approved scheme is implemented together with agreed mitigation measures appearance of the area. In cases where demolition is permitted conditions and/or legal agreements will be applied to ensure construction of the approved scheme is implemented together with agreed mitigation measures.
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