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					Manchester City Council                                                      List No.20
Planning and Highways Committee                                       25 November 2010

Application Number       Date of Appln       Committee Date       Ward
094310/FO/2010/S2        30th Sep 2010       25th Nov 2010        Didsbury East Ward

Proposal      Change of use of Bingo Club (D1) to Casino (Sui Generis)
Location      Parrs Wood Entertainment Centre, Wilmslow Road, Didsbury,
              Manchester, M20 5PG
Applicant     Grosvenor Casinos Ltd, Former Buckingham Bingo Club, Parrs Wood
              Entertainment Centre, Kingsway, Didsbury, Manchester, M20 5PG
Agent         Graham Murdoch, Murdoch Associates, 16 South Road, Bishops,
              Stortford, Herts, CM23 3JH


Description

The application site is located in the Parrswood Entertainment Centre on Kingsway. It
is a purpose built commercial leisure building located within the East Didsbury area
of Manchester. The Entertainment Centre itself is bound by Parrs Wood Lane to the
north and Kingsway and Wilmslow Road to the west. Car parking is situated to the
south of the site with Parrs Wood High School situated to the east. Residential uses
are situated on the western side of Wilmslow Road and Kingsway. Residential uses
are also situated on Kingsway close to its junction with Wilmslow Road; The Gateway
Public House is also situated at this junction. Further residential uses are located
beyond the eastern boundary of the school at Green Pastures.

Some members will recall granting temporary planning permission
082717/FU/2007/S2 at the Planning and Highways Committee meeting held on 28th
June 2007 for change of use of part of existing Bingo Hall to form Casino comprising
846 sq m. of gambling area between the hours of 4 pm. to 6 am. Monday to Friday, 2
pm. to 4 am. Saturday, 2 pm. to 6 am. Sundays and Bank Holidays, for a temporary
operating period of 18 months. That consent was never implemented.

The application now being considered proposes the Change of use of the whole of
the Bingo Club (D1) to a 24 hour Casino (Sui Generis) on a permanent basis. The
Casino would be on the first floor, which can be accessed by lift or stairs. Whilst the
primary use of the leisure facility would be a casino consisting of a gaming area, slots
lounge and a poker room, there are also a variety of other facilities available to use
without the need to gamble, these include the restaurant, the bar area and a sports
lounge.

This application does not include alterations to the building, the applicant has applied
for these on a separate application, which is also being considered under
094403/FO/2010/S2 elsewhere on the agenda.

Consultations
Local residents were notified about the planning application, 48 letters of objection
were received, the objections are summarised below:

      Noise and disturbance


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     Parking is already a problem, the proposal will exacerbate the problem
     The casino is not a family use, therefore it should not be located in a family
entertainment centre.
     This type of use increases incidences of crime e.g. rape, robbery, aggravated
assault, burglary, larceny and automobile theft.
     The increased noise from people leaving the complex will affect residents. At
weekends the impact is less, however during the week working residents expect
reasonable 'quiet hours'.
     The site is approximately 100 yards form residential properties.
     The use would act as an attraction to gambling to school children.
     The report “casino’s, crime and community’ by Grinols & Mustard 2004 proves
that casinos increase levels of crime.

Didsbury Civic Society - The seven day a week, 24 hour opening hours would
substantially reduce the residential amenities of the occupiers of nearby and opposite
properties due to the increase in comings and goings to the premises and associated
noise problems, particularly in the early hours of the morning, and as such is contrary
to policies DC26 and H2.2 of the approved Unitary Development Plan for the City of
Manchester adopted in 1995.

Although there is a comparison of traffic with the bingo hall, this is only up to when it
closed at night. In other words there is no traffic survey for the early hours of the
morning. This is crucial for the residents since if there are only three cars an hour
between say 03.00 and 05.00, any increase substantially decreases residential
amenity.

Didsbury East Councillors - The comments area summarised below:
The Parrs Wood Entertainment Centre was built for family entertainment, the
proposal to open a gaming casino is a dramatic step towards a totally different
patronage. The use is unsuitable in the suburban residential area of East Didsbury
and the character of the Entertainment Centre would be irreversibly changed for the
worse.

The position of the casino would be right next to Parrs Wood High School, a school
for pupils in the age range from 11 to 19 some of whom (aged 18 or more) would be
attracted to the casino and would be allowed entry to the casino. Pupils walking to
and from the school would be walking past the casino entrance. This would be totally
unacceptable.

The proposed 24-hour operation of the Casino would mean that there would be
additional noise from traffic at all hours of the day and night, the disamenity for local
residents would be considerable.

Officers should refuse this application under delegated powers. We have received
many contacts from local residents including a petition containing hundreds of
signatures.

John Leech MP – grounds for objection are as follows:
1. “This entertainment complex was set up for family entertainment. While a Bingo
Club is also for over 18s, a casino establishment is seen as a very different type of

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gambling and is likely to attract a completely different clientele to a Bingo Club. This
in turn has the potential for changing the family nature of other establishments at the
Parrs Wood complex, which is out of keeping with the intended use of the centre.
2. The very close proximity to Parrswood High School makes this an unsuitable
location for a casino.
3. The 24 hour nature of the business will undoubtedly result in additional noise
and disturbance for local residents throughout the night, in what is essentially a
residential area. A 24 hour operation is likely to result in a precedent being set for
other businesses to run later into the night, and a move away from the family nature
of the entertainment”.

Highway Services - This development will not have any major impact upon the
existing highways surrounding the proposal, as there is very little increase in visitors
from the previous use of these premises as a bingo hall. Therefore, Highway
Services will support this planning application.

Environmental Health – No objections subject to conditions attached to the
approval.
South Manchester Regeneration – No objections
Greater Manchester Police – No Objections
Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council – No Comments received.

Issues

Regional
The North West Plan, Regional Spatial Strategy (RSS) 2021 provides a framework
for the physical development of the region over the next 15 to 20 years. The following
policies are of relevance:

Policy DP1 'Spatial Principles' outlines the main principles that underpin the RSS to
which all other regional, sub-regional and local plans and strategies and all individual
proposals, schemes and investment decisions should adhere to. These include to
promote sustainable communities, promote sustainable economic development,
make the best use of existing resources and infrastructure, manage travel demand,
reduce the need to travel, and increase accessibility, marry opportunity and need,
promote environmental quality, mainstreaming rural issues, and to reduce emissions
and adapt to climate change.

Policy DP2 'Promote Sustainable Communities' states that building sustainable
communities are places where people want to live and work. This is a regional
priority in both urban and rural areas. Sustainable Communities should meet the
diverse needs of existing and future residents, promote community cohesion and
equality and diversity, be sensitive to the environment, and contribute to a high
quality of life.

Policy DP4 'Make the Best Use of Existing Resources and Infrastructure' explains
that priority should be given to developments in locations consistent with the regional
and sub-regional spatial frameworks, which include building upon existing
concentrations of activities and existing infrastructure, and sites that do not require
major investment in new infrastructure, including transport, water supply and

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sewerage. Where this is unavoidable development should be appropriately phased to
coincide with new infrastructure provision.

Policy DP4 goes on to outline that development should accord with a certain
sequential approach that starts with using existing buildings (including conversion)
within settlements, and previously developed land within settlements, and ends with
the development of other land where this is well-located in relation to housing, jobs,
other services and infrastructure.

It is considered that the application proposals are in compliance with all of the
principles outlined above as set out in the RSS.

National
Planning Policy Statement 1: Delivering Sustainable Development (PPS1) -
encourages the promotion of urban and rural regeneration to improve the well being
of communities, improve facilities, promote high quality and safe development and
create new opportunities for the people living in those communities. In addition to this
PPS1 clearly outlines the importance of creating sustainable communities.

Planning Policy 4: Town centres - Policy EC 17 of Planning Policy Statement 4 states
that planning applications for main town centre uses that are not in an existing centre
and not in accordance with an up to date development plan should be refused
planning permission where:
a. the applicant has not demonstrated compliance with the requirements the
sequential approach (Policy EC 15); or
b. there is clear evidence that the proposal is likely to lead to significant adverse
impacts in terms of anyone of impacts set out in policies EC I 0.2 and 16.1, taking
account of the likely cumulative effect of recent permissions, developments under
construction and completed developments.

Policy EC17.2 states that where no significant adverse impacts have been identified
under policies EC10.2 and 16.1, planning applications should be determined by
taking account of: a. the positive and negative impacts of the proposal and any other
material considerations; and b. the likely cumulative effect of recent permissions,
developments under construction and completed developments

Planning Policy Guidance Note 13: Transport (PPG13) - Identifies land use planning
as having a key role in delivering the Government's integrated transport strategy, i.e.
securing integration between planning and transport. By shaping the pattern of
development and influencing the location, amongst other things, planning can help to
reduce: the need travel and the length of journeys; make it safer and easier for
people to access jobs, leisure facilities and services by public transport, walking and
cycling.

Planning Policy Guidance 24, “Planning and Noise” states in paragraph 10 that while
not placing unjustifiable obstacles in the way of development, local planning
authorities must ensure that development does not cause an unacceptable degree of
disturbance. It states further in the same paragraph that local planning authorities
should also bear in mind that a subsequent intensification or change of use may
result in greater intrusion and they may wish to consider the use of appropriate

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conditions, taking into account the economic, environmental, social and cultural
implications of development.

The Manchester plan: Unitary Development Plan for the City of Manchester
(adopted 1995 with alterations in 1998).
The Unitary Development Plan for the City of Manchester was adopted in June 1995.
There are no site specific policies relating to the application site. However, when
dealing with an application such as this, consideration is given to policies H2.2 Part 1
of the UDP and policy DC26 in Part 2 of the UDP.

H2.2 - States that the Council will not allow development, which will have an
unacceptable impact on residential areas. The matters that the Council will consider,
amongst other things, the scale and appearance of the development, traffic
generation and road safety;

T2.4 - States that, outside the City Centre, the City Council will expect developments
to make adequate provision for their car parking requirements. In considering
development proposals The City Council will have regard to the environmental
capacity of the site both in terms of the physical appearance of the car parking and
its effect on neighbouring activities and also the ability of the local road network to
accommodate the traffic generated by the proposed development.

T2.6 - States that the City Council will expect adequate car parking provision to be
made for disabled people so that they can get easy access both to existing and new
facilities in the City.

Part 2 policy DB9 is also relevant and states that the City Council will improve the
safety of pedestrians and cyclists at the major junctions of Parrs Wood Lane and
Kingsway.

DC 26 states that t he Council intends to use the development control process to
reduce the impact of noise on people living and working in, or visiting, the City. In
giving effect to this intention, the Council will consider both:
a. the effect of new development proposals which are likely to be generators of noise;
and b. the implications of new development being exposed to existing noise sources
which are effectively outside planning control.
DC26.3 Developments likely to result in unacceptably high levels of noises will not be
permitted:
a. in residential areas; b. near schools, hospitals, nursing homes and similar
institutions; c. near open land used frequently for recreational purposes.

Guide to Development in Manchester 2: Supplementary Planning Document - The
Guide aims to support and enhance the on going shaping of the City by providing a
set of reasoned principles which will guide developers, designers and residents to the
sort of development we all want to see in Manchester.

Principle of the development - Changes to the Use Classes Order (April 2006)
excluded casino uses from Class D2, i.e. the previously authorised use of the
application premises. Since Casinos have been reclassified as "sui generis", a full
planning application is required. The Government maintain that changes to the Use

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Classes Order were required in order to: account for the distinctiveness and scale of
casinos; counter proliferation; capture of regeneration benefits and enable the
management of adverse impacts.

Government guidance indicates that issues such as the fear of crime or nuisance
arising from a proposed development may be a material consideration. However, the
assumed moral character of the users of a particular building will not generally be a
material planning consideration. As such consideration should be given to the
suitability of the proposed location, the impact on other centres and the impact on
residential amenity.

Suitability of Location: The application site is currently vacant it’s last use of a
bingo hall ceased approximately 6 months ago. Before the location was decided the
applicants carried out a sequential site assessment in line with Planning Policy 4 to
review the suitability, viability and availability of sites within the catchment area. The
catchment area being a 15 minute drive from the application site. The applicants
looked at the following sites/areas Moss Side District Centre, Corner of Wimslow
Road and Banff Road, Rusholme, Corner of Stanley Grove I Stockport Road,
Longsight, Former Petrol Filling Station, Stockport Road North, Levenshulme, Former
Fallowfield Goodsyard, Wilbraham Road I Wilmslow Road, crossroads. Fallowfield,
Burton Road I Wimslow Road. Withington, Wythenshawe Civic Centre Site, Former
Petrol Filling Station, Corner of Great Western Street and Wilmslow Road,
Rusholme.

Each of the sequential sites within the catchment area were assessed in accordance
with PPS4 and the Practice Guidance in respect of their availability, Suitability and
Viability. The sequential approach showed that the Parrswood site is the optimal
location for the proposed casino. All of the other sites considered were disregarded
because they fail to fully meet the PPS4 criteria of being available, suitable and
viable, which is in contrast to the application site as it is available for the purposes of
the proposed development, suitable in terms of its sustainable use of an existing
building, located close to public transport options and existing car parking; and viable
in respect of commercial and financial feasibility. As such it is considered that the
proposal is in accordance with Planning Policy 4 in that the approval of the proposal
will ensure that Parrs Wood Entertainment Centre remains vital and viable. Further
more, the application site has been vacant for some time and the proposed use
would provide a regenerative benefit by bringing a vacant shop unit back into
effective use.

Impact on other Town centres - Based upon EC 16.1 of PPS4 the proposed casino
was assessed against the following impacts:
a. the impact of the proposal on existing, committed and planned private
investment in centres within a 15 minute drive time catchment area, this includes the
following designated centres: Mossside I Hulme, Chorlton, Rusholme, Longsight,
Levenshulme, Fallowfield, Withington, Northenden, Wythenshawe and Didsbury.

b. the impact of the proposal on the vitality and viability of the district centres in the
catchment area, including local consumer choice, the evening economy, and any
potential overlap with existing gambling facilities (e.g. bookmakers).


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c. the impact of the proposal on allocated sites outside town centres being developed
in accordance with the development plan. There are no allocated casino sites and
therefore such impact is not relevant.

d. the impact of the proposal on in-centre trade/turnover and on trade in the wider
area, taking account of current and future consumer expenditure capacity in the
catchment area up to five years from the time the application is made. The applicant
has stated that there is no reliable data relating to the available expenditure within
the Manchester area. As such they have not identified the split of such expenditure
between existing casinos. Therefore without such data it is not possible to
understand potential trade/turnover impact in a reliable way.

The submitted centre assessments show that most of the identified district centres
contain at least one betting shop, the majority of which are operated by national
operators such as Betfred, Ladbrookes, William Hill and Totesport. Wythenshawe
district centre also contains a bingo operator. Whilst the principle facilities within a
casino are a form of gambling, it should be noted that under existing Licensing
legislation, a casino is not permitted to offer either betting or bingo facilities. A casino
cannot therefore compete directly with either a bookmakers or a bingo club, therefore
such formats will not compete for trade.

Based on the evidence provided, it is not envisaged that the proposed casino will
have any trading impact on such businesses or effect the vitality and viability of any
of the identified district centres and is therefore compliant with Planning Policy 4.

Residential Amenity -
Noise - The impact of the noise emanating from the site has been considered with
regard to its relationship to neighbouring residential uses. The nearest houses are
situated approximately 100 metres (328 ft) from the application site on Kingsway and
Wilmslow Road. The nearest residential property on Green Pastures are situated 260
metres (853 ft) from the east of the site. Wilmslow Road is an existing highway which
currently has road traffic movement throughout the day and intermittent traffic at
night, therefore there is background noise throughout the day and night .

The submitted noise assessment report assumes that "potential noise impacts" will
result from customers leaving the premises and walking to cars or the bus stops at
the front of the Entertainment Centre. Noise has also been attributed to vehicles as
they manoeuvre around the car and exit the site from Wilmslow Road.

The noise report considers the night time period between 11pm to 7am, it indicates
that, on the basis of established background noise levels, there would be no increase
in the prevailing noise level and no adverse impact is anticipated. The report
concludes that the magnitude of the increase in noise levels within this vicinity is
considered to be barely perceptible.

The proposed use is unlike the other entertainment uses in the centre in that a large
number of people do not participate in the same activity at the same time, therefore
would not result in large numbers of people dispersing the venue together. On this
basis it is considered that the proposed use would have a steady continual amount of
people dispersing throughout the day and night compared to the previous use, which

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would have hundreds of people leaving at the same time.
The Head of Environmental Health has confirmed the acceptability of the contents of
the submitted noise report. It is therefore considered that the proposal is in line with
Planning Policy Guidance 24, “Planning and Noise” in that the development does not
cause an unacceptable degree of disturbance, Policy H2.2 in that the development
does not have an unacceptable impact on residential and Policy DC26 in that the
development will not result in unacceptable levels of noise.

Operational Arrangements - Membership would be required to gain access to the
Casino. The applicant maintains that the "robust" electronic access arrangements,
supplemented by dedicated staff at the Casino entrances, would prevent
unauthorised access to the premises.

The applicant maintains an awareness of the social responsibilities related to
gambling. The applicant maintains that the measures that would be put in place to
control and restrict access to the premises would be sufficient to ensure its
appropriate management, including restricting access to individuals below the age of
18 years and anyone in a school uniform regardless of they age.

The proposed use will provide 120 new jobs, a mixture of full and part time posts, the
applicant has stated that the vast majority will be created locally. This is in line with
Planning Policy Statement 1: Delivering Sustainable Development (PPS1) – in that
the development creates new opportunities for the people living in the Didsbury
community.

Traffic/Car Parking - The applicant provided a Transport Assessment and parking
surveys, which state that the proposed Casino will utilise the existing car parking
within the existing car parking area.

The submitted data shows that the anticipated uplift in parking provision associated
with the proposed casino development is able to be accommodated within the
existing car parking provision at the entertainment centre. The assessment also
demonstrated that the proposed casino development actually results in a reduction in
the level of peak parking demand on a Wednesday evening (Wednesdays is one of
the busiest days at the cinema, due to the 2 for 1 orange Wednesday offer) than
would previously existed with the Bingo Hall.

Based on this information the Head of Highways Services and the Head of Planning
are satisfied that the proposed use will not have a major impact upon the existing
highways surrounding the proposal.

Licensing – Have agreed the following:
Opening hours - 24 hour opening
Alcohol can be served at the following times - Monday – Saturday 11am – 11pm
Sunday 12 noon – 10:30pm
Gambling – Bingo licence 9am to 12 midnight, Monday to Sunday.

An application for a casino licence has not been submitted as yet.



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Human Rights Act 1998 considerations – This application needs to be considered
against the provisions of the Human Rights Act 1998. Under Article 6, the applicants
(and those third parties, including local residents, who have made representations)
have the right to a fair hearing and to this end the Committee must give full
consideration to their comments.

Protocol 1 Article 1, and Article 8 where appropriate, confer(s) a right of respect for a
person’s home, other land and business assets. In taking account of all material
considerations, including Council policy as set out in the Unitary Development Plan,
the Head of Planning has concluded that some rights conferred by these articles on
the applicant(s)/objector(s)/resident(s) and other occupiers and owners of nearby
land that might be affected may be interfered with but that that interference is in
accordance with the law and justified by being in the public interest and on the basis
of the planning merits of the development proposal. He believes that any restriction
on these rights posed by the approval of the application is proportionate to the
wider benefits of approval and that such a decision falls within the margin of
discretion afforded to the Council under the Town and Country Planning Acts.

Recommendation        APPROVE

Approve on the basis that the proposal is in accordance with national policy in
particular Planning Policy Statement 1: Delivering Sustainable Development (PPS1)
– in that the proposal creates new opportunities for the people living in Didsbury,
Planning Policy 4: Town centres – In that the applicant has demonstrated compliance
with the requirements of the sequential test and there is no evidence that the
proposal is likely to lead to significant adverse impacts. Planning Policy Guidance
Note 13: Transport (PPG13) – in that the applicant has demonstrated that access to
public transport is good. Planning Policy Guidance 24, “Planning and Noise” – In that
the proposal does not cause an unacceptable degree of disturbance and City Council
policy in particular H2.2 – in that the proposal will not have an unacceptable impact
on residential areas, T2.4 – in that the proposal makes adequate provision for car
parking, DC 26 in that the development not result in unacceptably high levels of
noises and there are no material considerations of sufficient weight to indicate
otherwise.

Conditions and/or Reasons
1) The development must be begun not later than the expiration of three years
beginning with the date of this permission.

Reason - Required to be imposed pursuant to Section 91 of the Town and Country
Planning Act 1990.

 2) The development hereby approved shall be carried out in accordance with the
following drawings and documents unless otherwise agreed in writing by the City
Council as Local Planning Authority: Drawing number 4081-810-007,
4081-800-002 stamped as received on 20/09/2010 and information received
21/09/2010 and 22/09/2010.

Reason - To ensure that the development is carried out in accordance with the


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approved plans. Pursuant to policy H2.2 of the Manchester Unitary Development
Plan.

 3) No deliveries, servicing or loading and unloading of vehicles shall take place at
the premises outside the hours of 7.30a.m. and 8.00p.m. Monday to Saturday. No
deliveries/waste collections on Sundays/Bank Holidays

Reason

In the interests of residential amenity pursuant to policies H2.2 and DC26 of the
Unitary Development Plan for the City of Manchester.

 4) Before development commences a scheme for the extraction of any fumes,
vapours and odours from the premises hereby approved shall be submitted to, and
approved in writing by, the City Council as local planning authority. The approved
scheme shall be implemented prior to occupancy and shall remain operational
thereafter.

Reason - In the interests of the amenities of the occupiers nearby properties in order
to comply with Policy H2.2 of the Unitary Development Plan for the City of
Manchester.

 5) No equipment relating to the transmission of amplified sound or music shall be
installed or operated outside the building, to which this planning permission relates,
at any time unless specifically approved in writing unless otherwise agreed in writing
by the City Council as local planning authority.

Reason

In the interests of residential amenity pursuant to policies H2.2 and DC26 of the
Unitary Development Plan for the City of Manchester.

 6) No development shall commence until a scheme for the storage (including
segregated waste recycling) and disposal of refuse has been submitted to and
approved in writing by the City Council as local planning authority. The details of the
approved scheme shall be implemented as part of the development and shall remain
in situ whilst the use or development is in operation.

Reason - In the interest of residential amenity, pursuant to policy H2.2 of teh
Manchester Plan.

Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985

The documents referred to in the course of this report are either contained in the
file(s) relating to application ref: 094310/FO/2010/S2 held by planning or are City
Council planning policies, the Unitary Development Plan for the City of Manchester,
national planning guidance documents, or relevant decisions on other applications or
appeals, copies of which are held by the Planning Division.



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The following residents, businesses and other third parties in the area were
consulted/notified on the application:

 Highway Services
 Environmental Health
 South Manchester Regeneration
 Greater Manchester Police
 Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council
 Didsbury Civic Society
 Friends Of Parrswood
Tesco Stores Ltd, Parrs Wood Lane, Manchester, M20 5NP
32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 Lynnwood Road, Manchester, M19 1RJ
48, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60, 62, 64, 66 Lynnwood Road, Manchester, M19 1RJ
13, 15, 17, 19 Antrim Close, Manchester, M19 1TB
2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 Antrim Close, Manchester, M19 1TB
20, 24, 26, 26, 32 Printers Close, Manchester, M19 1TL
19, 21, 23, ,25, 27, 29, 31, 35 Printers Close, Manchester, M19 1TL
Flat 6, 8, 10, 15 Parrs Wood Court, 880 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5NG
Apartment 1, 870 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5AA
Flat 12, 18, 20, 21, Parrs Wood Court, 880 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5NG
Flat 28, 29, 30, 33, 35, 36, 39, 41, 45 Parrs Wood Court, 880 Wilmslow Road,
Manchester, M20 5NG
Flat 24, 25, Parrs Wood Court, 880 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5NG
Warrington Martin, 1 The Stables, Parrs Wood Entertainment Centre, Wilmslow
Road, Manchester, M20 5PG
2 The Stables, Parrs Wood Entertainment Centre, Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20
5PG
Outgoing Ltd, 3 The Stables, Parrs Wood Entertainment Centre, Wilmslow Road,
Manchester, M20 5PG
Jones Lowndes Dwyer Llp, 4 The Stables, Parrs Wood Entertainment Centre,
Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5PG
Flat 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9 Parrs Wood Court, 880 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5NG
Flat 14, 11, 13, 16, 17, 19 Parrs Wood Court, 880 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20
5NG
Flat 22, 23, 26, 27, 36, 37 Parrs Wood Court, 880 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20
5NG
Flat 32, 34, 38, 40, 42, 44, 50 Parrs Wood Court, 880 Wilmslow Road, Manchester,
M20 5NG
Flat 55, Parrs Wood Court, 880 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5NG
Flat 31, Parrs Wood Court, 880 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5NG
Flat 9, Parrs Wood Court, 880 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5NG
83, 85, 87, 89, 91, 93, 95, 97, 99 Green Pastures, Manchester, SK4 3RB
101, 103, 105, 107, 109, 111, 113, 115 Green Pastures, Manchester, SK4 3RB
22, 28, 30, 33, 34, 36, 37, 38, Printers Close, Manchester, M19 1TL
75, 77, 79, 81 Green Pastures, Manchester, SK4 3RB
2, 4 Morningside Drive, Manchester, M20 5PQ
904, 906, 908, 910, 912, 914, 916, 918 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5PG
1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 Denholm Road, Manchester, M20 5PP
8, 10 Moor Park Road, Manchester, M20 5PF
902 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5PG

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Parrswood Technology College, Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5PG
The Bell House, Parrs Wood Entertainment Centre, Wilmslow Road, Manchester,
M20 5PG
Buckingham Bingo, Parrs Wood Entertainment Centre, Wilmslow Road, Manchester,
M20 5PG
Holmes Place Healthclubs Plc, Parrs Wood Entertainment Centre, Wilmslow Road,
Manchester, M20 5PG
Arc Design & Interiors Ltd, Parrs Wood Entertainment Centre, Wilmslow Road,
Manchester, M20 5PG
9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, Moor Park Road, Manchester, M20 5PF
884, 886, 888, 890, 892, 894, 896, 898, 900 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5PG
Gateway Hotel, 882 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5PG
Peter R Hartley Equipment, 804 Kingsway, Manchester, M20 5WY
Flat 51, Parrs Wood Court, 880 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5NG
Flat 2, 46, 47, 49, 48, 52, 53, 54, Parrs Wood Court, 880 Wilmslow Road,
Manchester, M20 5NG
Khandoker Restaurant, 812 Kingsway, Manchester, M20 5WY
Styl2, 810 Kingsway, Manchester, M20 5WY
804a, 808a, 806a, 808-810, Kingsway, Manchester, M20 5WY
Khandoker Takeaway, 806 Kingsway, Manchester, M20 5WY
826, 828, 830, 832, 834, 836 Kingsway, Manchester, M20 5WQ
846 Kingsway, Manchester, M20 5WQ
831, 833, 835, 837, 839, 841, 843, 845, 847, 849, 851, 853 Kingsway, Manchester,
M20 5PA
838, 840, 842, 844, Kingsway, Manchester, M20 5WQ
1, 3, 5, 7 Moor Park Road, Manchester, M20 5PF
857 Kingsway, Manchester, M20 5PA
855 Kingsway, Manchester, M20 5PA
2a, Gawsworth Avenue, Manchester, M20 5WU
848, 850, 852, 854, 856 Kingsway, Manchester, M20 5WQ

Representations were received from the following third parties:
2 Davenfield Grove, Didsbury, Manchester, M20 6UA
 16 Morningside Drive, East Didsbury, Manchester, M20 5PR
 26 Laneside Road, East Didsbury, Manchester, M20 5PD
 32 Morningside Drive, East Didsbury, Manchester, M20 5PL
 4 Moor Park Road, East Didsbury, Manchester, M20 5PF
 29 Albert Hill Street, Didsbury, Manchester, M20 6RF
 8 Anerley Road, Didsbury, Manchester, M20 2DJ
 9 Denholm Road, Manchester, M20 5PP
 11 Moor Park Road, Manchester, M20 5PF
 900 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5PG
 888 Wilmslow Road, East Didsbury, Manchester, M20 5PG
 886 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5PG
 853 Kingsway, Manchester, M20 5PA
 843 Kingsway, Manchester, M20 5PA
 7 Moor Park Road, Manchester, M20 5PF
 830 Kingsway, Manchester, M20 5WQ
 91 Kingsfield Drive, Manchester, M20 6HU
 Flat 11, Drayton Manor, 507 Parrswood Road, Didsbury, Manchester, M20 5GJ

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Manchester City Council                                             List No.20
Planning and Highways Committee                              25 November 2010

906 Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5PG

Relevant Contact Officer :        Charenjit Kaur
Telephone number         :        0161 234 4544
Email                    :        c.kaur@manchester.gov.uk




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