turtmcfly wrote:Zoe wrote:Ultimately though, the Tate had the planning permission first, so it's not reasonable to ask them to limit the use of the platform.
Here's a timeline for planning permission of the two buildings;
16.06.07 – Neo Bankside – Planning Permission granted
23.12.08 - Tate Modern – Planning Permission granted for 12-level extension
19.03.09 – Tate Modern – Application for 11 level extension (revised application from 12 level extension)
15.05.09 – Tate Modern – Planning Permission granted for 11 level extension
19.04.11 - Neo Bankside – Public Realm Area Management Plan for site
06.06.11 - Neo Bankside – Application for Approval of Details
26.07.11 - Neo Bankside – Deed of Modification
15.11.11 - Tate Modern – Approval of Reserved/Outstanding Matters relating to Erection of 11-level extension
24.07.12 - Neo Bankside – Supplemental Deed
22.08.14 – Tate Modern – Details of landscaping for 11 level extension approved
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