25-27 Dalston Lane London E8 3DF (74 room Travelodge)

Application Progress Summary

Application Registered: 05-01-2011

Comments Until: 04-02-2011

Date of Committee: 09-03-2011

Decision: None published

Application Details

Application Number: 2010/3080 link

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Site Address: 25-27 Dalston Lane London E8 3DF

Application Type: Full Planning Permission

Development Type: Other – miscellaneous

Proposal: Erection of a 6 storey plus basement building to provide 2 commercial units ( use classes A1 A2 A3 B1 D1 D2) at ground floor with 70 room hotel ( (1) above and 6 residential units at top floor (2×1 bed + 4×2 bed) in addition to communal roof garden and outdoor associated works.

Current Status: REGISTERED

Applicant: Mr Saeed Awan

Agent: Stephen Davy Peter Smith Architects Limited

Wards: Dalston (Q)Location Co ordinates: Easting 533671 Northing 184813

Case Officer / Tel: Russell Smith 020 8356 7727Determination Level: Committee

Existing Land Use: Unknown

Proposed Land Use: Business Office other than within Class A2 Research & Development Dwelling houses (whether or not as a sole or main residence) Hotels and hostels

More details from: http://www.stirlingackroyd.com/mobile/viewproperty.aspx?id=SACO1219

General Description

LOCATION Situated on Dalston Lane just off Kingsland Road (A10) in a densely populated residential and commercial area. There are excellent retail facilities in Kingsland Road and Kingsland High Street. The brand new Dalston Junction (Overground) Station is opposite the site with Dalston Kingsland (Overground) Station and numerous bus facilities nearby. The immediate area is being further enhanced by Barratt Homes’ Dalston Square £160m mixed use scheme opposite comprising 500 new homes shops library and public open square. DEVELOPMENT A planning application has recently been submitted for a substantial mixed use scheme comprising retail/restaurant premises on ground and lower ground floors a 74 bedroom hotel (prelet agreed subject to contract to Travelodge) and 6 flats. Practical completion of the scheme is anticipated in early 2012.

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    ewebber - 15 April 2011, 7:18 am

    25 Dalston Lane
    Looks like it will be here over from the health food shop – this stretch of road is going to be really built up :-S

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    ewebber - 15 April 2011, 7:23 am

    25 Dalston Lane South Elevation
    The proposed south elevation with the commercial units”

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    benjamin - 15 April 2011, 7:06 am

    Thanks @ewebber I’m surprised that I hadn’t heard of this earlier. Why has, what is supposed to be the \coolest” address in the world whose renaissance has been driven in large part by the influx of “creatives” got virtually no decent modern architecture? Two-tone brick with reconstituted stone banding…well I guess it looks like a Travelodge. I feel like I’m back in Reading circa 1990.”

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    benjamin - 15 April 2011, 7:28 am

    I don’t particularly object to its size – it’s only 2 storeys higher than the Victorian block immediately to its west – I just wish that Hackney could aspire to a higher standard of architecture. The regeneration of a borough like Hackney gave the opportunity for some really innovative modern architecture that could have put East London on the world design/architecture map. This opportunity has been flushed down the pan.

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    euan - 15 April 2011, 11:16 am

    I agree with @benjamins comments on the look of the building. Also don’t have a problem with it’s height considering its context. However, it’s going to have a terrible impact on the quality of Tyssen Passage as the building completely turns it’s back to it. It’s good that they put the entrance to the resi there as it should provide some activity, but the poor quality frontage caused by the servicing on that edge will create a dangerous alley – not in accordance to Secure by Design.

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    sunsk8 - 21 October 2011, 12:19 pm

    Does anyone have any update on this? I noticed the signs now say ‘retail space’ instead…

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    ewebber - 21 October 2011, 12:40 pm

    @sunsk8 it looks like the application is still registered, the application says \Erection of a 6 storey plus basement building to provide 2 commercial units” which would explain what you saw”

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    sunsk8 - 21 October 2011, 12:46 pm

    pants! ;)thanks for replying x

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    benjamin - 2 June 2012, 3:07 pm

    A new planning application has been submitted, only this time it’s for a Premier Inn and not Travelodge;http://idox.hackney.gov.uk/WAM/showCaseFile.do?action=show&appType=Planning&appNumber=2012/1695Room numbers have increased to 90.And here’s a miniscule CGI on the architect’s blog;http://www.dextermoren.com/blog/29-05-12-dalston-premier-inn-submitted-into-planning/

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    benjamin - 19 March 2013, 8:15 am

    \Travelodge is searching for four new sites to locate its hotels in London Fields Old Street Shoreditch and Hoxton as well as Stoke Newington and Stamford Hill as part of its expansion plans in the capital.”http://www.hackneygazette.co.uk/news/travelodge_sets_its_sights_on_four_new_hackney_sites_1_1983280″

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    bille8 - 19 March 2013, 5:55 pm

    Welcome to ‘Croydon’.

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    londonsman - 20 March 2013, 1:05 am

    Joke joke joke.. Good old Dalston turning into no-identity town centre..!  I think we scared them boring individuals with our cultural individualism :))

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    GavinRedknap - 20 March 2013, 3:41 am

    I don’t think premier inn care too much one way or another for ‘our cultural individualsm’ which itself is an oxymoronic statement if ever I saw one!

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    benjamin - 20 March 2013, 8:47 am

    @BillE8 Most thriving capitals across the world have a good contrast in building types and styles and have mainstream low-budget hotels.Personally, I hope their new east London ones look less like their usual turgid, post-modern, \sympathetic” brick-clad fare and more like their Barking branch;Travelodge Barking

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