Yup - but the proposal document states that the ones on the right hand side of your photo will be used for the offices that will remain on the lower ground floor of the property. Only those on the left hand side will be available for residents.
As shown on the ground floor layout plan prepared by PSK Chartered Building Surveyors (Drawing No.’s HH-4843-0), 8 of the 17 on-site car parking spaces would be allocated to future residents. This equates to a car parking space / unit ratio of 0.33 (i.e. 33% provision), which accords with the latest version of The London Plan. Theses spaces would be assigned to the 4-two bed units. The remaining 20 one bed units would not benefit from on-site car parking.
(my own emphasis)
What I like, is the document later goes on to state;
When the results of the parking ‘stress’ survey are examined in light of the development proposals, it is considered that even under an unlikely / ‘worst’ case scenario in which all residents that will not benefit from an on-site parking space (i.e. 16) owned a vehicle, there is sufficient spare on-street capacity within the study / cordon area, surrounding the site to accommodate this demand.
(again, my own emphasis)
Their own document states that the available night time capacity of the surrounding streets (which covers quite a large area) is ~15 spaces. So that leaves any over-spill reliant on shared bays and having to move the car during the day.
And that's without allowing any capacity for day use for local shop owners, shoppers, people using the pools, etc..