A car-free building is where there is no on-site parking and there was not enough room for additional vehicles on the highway when granting the building permit for construction. Response forces were prevented from entering an 18-storey block next to the Limehouse Cut after planners agreed last night to build more skyscrapers on the access road for car parks. In the meantime, my resident`s application for permission has been rejected because I live in a “car-free development”. If you are staying in a car-free apartment, you have agreed to certain conditions. As a general rule, this means that you cannot apply for a parking card on the street and you can only apply for a limited number of holiday vouchers per year. 9.1 To see how the Council uses your data, please visit the Privacy – Freedom of Information section. FWIW I`m kind of biased on this. I think carless developments are a great idea, even though it looks like they`ve done a fucking job of communicating the details of this case. Follow these steps to find out if this is a “car-free” construction: car-free properties are houses built without parking. Your lawyer or landlord is responsible for declaring this agreement before buying or leasing a developing property without a car. Parking next to the arches of Limehouse… where a 9-storey building is planned on the Brunton Wharf estate to prevent emergency access to the Caledonia House Tower block (in the background).
Image: Google – Credit: Google The proposal replaces the car park and access of the vehicle from Yorkshire Road with a double-tower block, a nine-storey block, the other four. It would house 32 new housing units for social rents, half on “local residential rentals” and the rest based on London`s livelihoods. Pts helps some families move to larger, socially rented, car-free homes by allowing the family to keep a parking card for residents on the street. PTS are subject to the following criteria:1) Applicants must reside in overcrowded dwellings and move to larger, car-free dwellings, made available by a registered supplier or by the Council and rented at a price below the market price (excluding rental units covered by intermediate housing).