WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT ON CURRENT PLANNING APPLICATIONS SORTED BY WARD 11 November 2014

CHRISTCHURCH BOROUGH COUNCIL
PLANNING SERVICES
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT ON
CURRENT PLANNING APPLICATIONS
SORTED BY WARD
11 November 2014
The attached list contains all undetermined planning applications together with their current state of progress.
In accordance with the Constitution adopted by the Council on 5th September 2001 (as amended) Members have 5
working days from the date of recommendation to refer any application to the Planning Control Committee. The
request must be in writing specifying the planning reason for it.
Any application where the final recommendation is contrary to the initial recommendation will be referred to the
Committee. Any application which attracts 12 or more objections, where the recommendation is to approve, or a
petition containing 25 or more signatures will also be referred to the Committee. Other applications may be referred at
the discretion of the Development Management Manager.
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the discretion of the Development Management Manager.
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0497 Full
Burton & Winkton
Target Date:
28/11/2014
Logged Date: 10/Oct/2014
Location
91 Salisbury Road Burton (Within Burton
Conservation Area)
Proposal
Erection of single storey rear extension
(Revision of scheme approved under
8/14//0073
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr Gary Foord
Agent:
11/11/14
Whitelodge
Construction
Services Ltd
Officer:
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
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8/14/0470 Full
Burton & Winkton
Target Date:
19/11/2014
Logged Date: 03/Oct/2014
Location
112 Stony Lane Burton
Proposal
Demolish existing dwelling and erection of 2
detached 3 bed dwellings, with revised
access and parking provisions
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Caleb Development
Agent:
4/11/14
Officer:
Ken Parke Planning
Consultants - C
McNulty
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Subject to legal agreement
Public Consultation
7 letters of objection 1 other letter
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Rec 20/10/2014 - NO OBJECTION, subject to the
following condition(s):
Before the development is utilised the existing
highway vehicular crossings shall be expunged
and reinstated to a specification which shall be
submitted to and approved in writing by the Local
Planning Authority.
The development hereby permitted shall not be
occupied or utilised until the parking and turning
indicated on the submitted details has been
constructed. Thereafter, these areas shall be
maintained, kept free from obstruction and
available for the purposes specified.
Before the development is commenced the first 5
metres of the access crossing, measured from the
nearside edge of the carriageway, shall be laid out
and constructed to a specification submitted to and
approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
Natural England
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Reason: In the interests of road safety.
Rec 13/10/2014 - objects to this application
proposal unless the applicant contributes to the
mitigation set out in the SPD in accordance with
the levels and procedures for this contribution.
This advice on mitigation also applies in meeting
legislative and policy considerations on the
protection, conservation and enhancement of the
heathland SSSIs and Ramsar site.
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
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Burton & Winkton
Burton Parish Council
Rec 27/10/2014 - no objection in principle as
similar developments have already been built in
this area. Members, however, still have concerns
over access and exit at this site as they consider
this dangerous being on the corner of Footners
Lane and Stony Lane with the amount of fast
moving traffic in the area.
Target Date:
8/14/0453 Full
18/11/2014
Logged Date: 01/Oct/2014
Location
Gardeners Cottage 5 The Green 117 Salisbury
Road (Burton Conservation Area)
Proposal
Part conversion of existing garage to
habitable room
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr C Glover
Agent:
18/11/2014
Officer:
Tim Furmidge
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Burton Parish Council
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Rec 27/10/2014 - No objection to this application.
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
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8/14/0095 Full
Burton & Winkton
Target Date:
18/04/2014
Logged Date: 07/Mar/2014
Location
Salisbury Road Burton (Winkton Conservation
Area)
Proposal
Erect 4x age restricted dwellings (demolish
classrooms and games courts) (Revised
scheme following withdrawal of 8/13/0384)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr J Shaffer
Agent:
01/04/2014
Quantum Group
Officer:
Alex Sebbinger
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
6 letters of support 2 other letters
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Burton Parish Council
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Rec 01/04/2014 - NO OBJECTION, subject to the
following condition: The development hereby
permitted shall not be occupied or utilised until the
access, turning and parking indicated on the
submitted details have been constructed.
Thereafter, these areas shall be maintained, kept
free from obstruction and available for the
purposes specified.
Reason: In the interests of road safety.
Note to Case Officer. Refuse collection location(s)
need to be carefully addressed, especially as the
road will not be adopted and refuse lorries might
not enter the site.
Rec 02/04/2014 - No objection in principal but with
the following qualifications:
1.Concerns over provision of parking spaces for
visitors as parking is becoming an issue in Winkton
since the opening of Homefield Grange and
Homefield Park.
2.Providing requirements of green belt
developments are met.
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
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Burton & Winkton
Target Date:
8/13/0385 Cons
31/10/2013
Logged Date: 24/Sep/2013
Location
Former Homefield School, Salisbury Road
Proposal
Demolition of remaining classrooms and
games court
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr J Shaffer
Agent:
05/11/2013
Officer:
Alex Sebbinger
Process
Quantum Group
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of support
Winkton Residents Association have no objection to application 8/13/0385
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/13/0289 CLEUD
05/08/2013
Logged Date: 13/Jun/2013
Location
The Barn, 41 Burley Road
Proposal
Certificate of lawfulness to allow the
continued use of 'The Barn' as a residential
dwelling
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr I Kendall
Agent:
17/09/2013
Officer:
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To NOT LAWFUL
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Count of applications:
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
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Grange
Target Date:
8/14/0496 Full
01/12/2014
Logged Date: 13/Oct/2014
Location
10 Airfield Road Orthodynamics Ltd
Proposal
Retrospective application for the retention of
a metal fence around boundary of 10 Airfield
Road
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr C Band
Agent:
11/11/2014
Officer:
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
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Rec 07/11/2014 - No objection to the proposal.
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
Grange
Target Date:
8/14/0416 Full
22/10/2014
Logged Date: 29/Aug/2014
Location
56 Mudeford Lane
Proposal
Erection of detached 3 bed dwelling with
associated parking and access following
demolition of the existing garage
Member Referral Date
Applicant
AJ Developments Ltd
Agent:
23/09/2014
Officer:
Anders Roberts &
Assoc
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Awaiting clarification regarding affordable housing contribution
Awaiting final clarification
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Rec 08/09/2014 - NO OBJECTION, subject to the
following condition(s):
The development hereby permitted shall not be
occupied or utilised until the parking indicated on
the submitted details has been constructed.
Thereafter, these areas shall be maintained, kept
free from obstruction and available for the
purposes specified.
The development hereby permitted shall not be
occupied or utilised until provision has been made
to ensure that no surface water drains directly from
the site onto the adjacent public highway.
Natural England
Count of applications:
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Reason: In the interests of road safety.
Rec 04/09/2014 - Natural England objects to this
application proposal unless the applicant
contributes to the mitigation set out in the SPD in
accordance with the levels and procedures for this
contribution.
This advice on mitigation also applies in meeting
legislative and policy considerations on the
protection, conservation and enhancement of the
heathland SSSIs and Ramsar site.
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
Highcliffe
8/14/0528 CLEUD
Target Date:
25/12/2014
Logged Date: 05/Nov/2014
Location
19a Rothesay Drive
Applicant
Proposal
Certificate of Lawfulness for loft conversion
to existing roof space, including flat roof
dormer on rear elevation, alterations to the
existing dormer and roof light to the front
elevation
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Carson
Agent:
2/12/14
Officer:
The Design Studio C Morris
Diana Mezzogori-Curran
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0527 Full
15/12/2014
Location
1 Abingdon Drive
Proposal
Erection of single garage
Logged Date: 30/Oct/2014
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Jordan
Agent:
25/11/14
Officer:
The Design Studio C Morris
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
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Rec 04/11/2014 - No objection to the proposal.
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Highcliffe
8/14/0526 CLOPD
Target Date:
15/12/2014
Logged Date: 30/Oct/2014
Location
1 Abingdon Drive
Applicant
Proposal
Certificate of Lawfulness for a proposed
development to replace existing conservatory
with a rear conservatory. Extend existing rear
flat roof dormer
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Jordan
Agent:
25/11/14
Officer:
Alison Underwood
Process
Chris Morris
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0505 CLOPD
04/12/2014
Logged Date: 21/Oct/2014
Location
22 Jesmond Avenue
Proposal
Certificate of Lawfulness for the erection of a
single storey extension with false pitch, to
rear following demolition of the existing
consevatory
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr A Gallop
Agent:
18/11/2014
Officer:
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To LAWFUL
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
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Highcliffe
8/14/0489 PNVSF
Target Date:
30/11/2014
Logged Date: 07/Oct/2014
Location
417-419 Lymington Road
Proposal
Prior notification of proposed change of use
from B1 (Offices) to non-residential nursery
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mrs J Ridout
Agent:
18/11/2014
Robbins Design
Officer:
Jo Cleaves
Process
COM
Recommendation
To REFUSE
Latest Update
Public Consultation
16 letters of objection 4 letters of support 2 other letters
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Environmental Health Officer
Rec 20/10/2014 - No objection to the proposal.
Rec 27/10/2014 - There is no mention within the
application about internally generated noise and
the effect of such on adjacent premises. I am
concerned that it is likely that there is no acoustic
insulation between the first floor flat and the
nursery premises, the premises appears to be a
converted dwelling although more recently used as
office accommodation.
In this respect it may be necessary to carry out a
sound insulation test and carry out acoustic
insulation work as required.
I note the proposals for the use of their outdoor
play area, and it is usual for Nurseries in proximity
of residential premises to limit the time children are
out playing, it is unfortunate that there is such
limited outdoor play area that it will not
accommodate all 15 children at once and thereby
reduce the length of time it was necessary for
children to be outdoors.
It is also difficult to assess as to whether such
noise would give rise to nuisance as no noise
levels have been suggested, and much would
depend upon the level of supervision of the
children anyway.
I am sorry I cannot be more specific about
requirements, and as to whether there is likely to
be a nuisance from noise, the proposals certainly
have the potential to cause nuisance, however until
such a premises are up and running, it is not
possible to make such judgement.
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
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Highcliffe
Target Date:
8/14/0479 Full
24/11/2014
Logged Date: 02/Oct/2014
Location
23 Wharncliffe Road
Proposal
Erection of garden room following demolition
of existing
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr R Porter
Agent:
18/11/2014
Officer:
Acworth & Jarvis - B
Acworth
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
2 letters of objection 1 letter of support 2 other letters
Consultee Response
Natural England
Coast Protection Officer CBC
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Rec 28/10/2014 - No objection
This application is in close proximity to the
Highcliffe to Milford Cliffs Site of Special Scientific
Interest (SSSI).
Natural England is satisfied that the proposed
development being carried out in strict accordance
with the details of the application, as submitted, will
not damage or destroy the interest features for
which the site has been notified. We therefore
advise your authority that this SSSI does not
represent a constraint in determining this
application.
Rec 20/10/2014 - No objection
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
Highcliffe
Target Date:
8/14/0471 Full
19/11/2014
Logged Date: 01/Oct/2014
Location
Highcliffe Medical Centre, Heila House, 248
Lymington Road
Proposal
Form new window openings at first floor level
to front and rear
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Agent:
Ms Pam Jones
4/11/14
Officer:
Elcock Associates
Ltd. - Quay Road
Diana Mezzogori-Curran
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0413 CondR
13/10/2014
Logged Date: 27/Aug/2014
Location
18a Bucehayes Close
Proposal
Variation of Condition 2 of Application
8/14/0056 to allow the extension of units 3 & 4
to incorporate a third bedroom to both
dwellings (AMENDED
DESCRIPTION)(AMENDED PLANS REC
3/11/14)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Moortown Deveopments Ltd
Agent:
07/10/2014
Officer:
Anders Roberts &
Assoc
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
9 letters of objection
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Rec 02/09/2014 - NO OBJECTION to the proposal.
Rec 07/11/2014 - No objection to the proposal.
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
Highcliffe
Target Date:
8/13/0393 Outl
26/11/2013
Logged Date: 29/Aug/2013
Location
Cobbs Holiday Park Gordon Road
Proposal
Outline Application to erect 29x3 bed and 3x4
bed open market houses, 3x1 bed and 3x2
bed flats and 3x3 bed houses for social
housing and 4x2 bed intermediate houses
(total 45 dwellings). Matter for consideration
is access and layout. (Outline Planning
Permission)(AMENDED DESCRIPTION &
AMENDED PLANS)
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Cobbs Holiday Park
Agent:
24/09/2013
Officer:
Ken Parke Planning
Consultants - K
Parke
Alex Sebbinger
Process
COM
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
1. You are advised that the parking area and communal areas surrounding the proposed affordable
housing must be designed so that the landscaping is provided to ensure that the development is
softened in relation to the surroundings. Furthermore, you are also advised in reserved matters
submissions that landscaping must be provided between the proposed access road and No. 30 Gordon
Road.
2. In accordance with paragraphs 186 and 187 of the NPPF Christchurch Borough Council (CBC) takes a
positive and proactive approach to development proposals focused on solutions. CBC work with
applicants/agents in a positive and proactive manner by;
•
offering a pre-application advice service, and
•
as appropriate updating applications/agents of any issues that may arise in the processing of their
application and where possible suggesting solutions.
•
The applicant was provided the opportunity to submit amendments to the scheme/ address issues which
were found to be acceptable and permission was granted/
Public Consultation
9 letters of objection 1 letter of support 2 other letters
Consultee Response
Environment Agency
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Rec 25/09/2013 - no ojection in principle to
development occuring on this site however object
to the current application on flood risk grounds.
Rec 30/10/13 - We note that the agent for the site
has responded to our objection by confirming that
it is an outline planning application for 45 dwellings
with all matter reserved except for the point of
access. However we maintain our objection that
the application is supported by an unsatisfactory
FRA (See letter for reasons of objection)
Received 22/11/13 We have received additional information /
comments from Ken Parke Planning, dated 30
October 2013, and have the following comments to
make.
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Flood Risk
We note that the agent for the site has responded
to our objection by submitting alternative layouts
that indicate that minimal culverting of the
watercourse would occur. The agent states that the
majority of the site is in Flood Zone 1, when
considering our flood map. However, it our opinion
that until the applicant has a full understanding of
flood risk to the site from all flood risk sources (i.e.
Fluvial, surface water, groundwater etc.) including
allowances for climate change, they cannot be fully
informed as to the available land for development
potential. Therefore, we do not believe that the
applicant can demonstrate the Sequential
Approach, as they do not know how much of the
site is reasonably available outside of the flood risk
areas to deliver the number / type of units under
this application.
Whilst we appreciate that this Outline Application
with all matters reserved except for access, it
would be remiss of us not to advise at this stage
on this issue that could have an impact on the
development potential of the site / future reserved
matters applications. Therefore, as no updated
Flood Risk Assessment has been submitted we
maintain our objection that the application is
supported by an unsatisfactory FRA. However, if
you feel that the matters below can be adequately
addressed within any future reserved matters
application then please re-consult us.In order for
the applicant to gain a full understanding of the
present day and future (including climate change)
Flood Zones (including the Functional Floodplain Flood Zone 3b) affecting this site to apply the
Sequential Approach we would expect any
applicant to have:
-an up to date comprehensive flood estimation
hydrological study and hydraulic model of both the
Chewton Common stream and the Cranemoor
Dyke; and
-the model to include climate change and blockage
/ failure sensitivity testing.
For further advice notwithstanding the above and
irrespective of Flood Zone, our Asset Performance
Engineers would wish to see a minimum 2m
easement adjacent to all Main River channels on
this site to allow for future maintenance.
We would also wish for any new development to
enhance the watercourses and open up any
culverts on site to improve the site. This should be
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factored into any modelling of the watercourses.
NOTES TO LPA / APPLICANT
We would not wish to see private gardens fronting
or abutting the Main River. We would not wish to
see any construction / ground raising / obstructions
to flow etc. Placed within the Flood Zones.
All works (permanent or temporary) in, under, over,
or within 8m of a Main River (the Cranemoor Dyke
to the north of the site and the Chewton Common
Stream that runs through the heart of the site are
both Main Rivers) require our prior written Flood
Defence Consent under the Water Resources Act
and Land Drainage Byelaws. The need for this
consent is over and above the need for planning
permission.
Rec 23/12/13 - Concerns remain because the
application specifically states number of units as
weLl as access for approval at this stage. If no
detailed FRA is availabe EA do not accept that the
number of units and/or any indicative layout can be
accepted at this stage. Once the broad principle of
developable area has been agreed the number of
units and layout can be set. The LPA must be
satisfied that they can secure a condition to ensure
no development (and permit only public open
space) within the future Functional Floodplain
(considered to be land below 25.45mAOD adopting
a precautionary approach). If this were the case
then the EA could remove objection subject to
conditions including appropriate finished floor
levels for all dwellings and surface water
management scheme. (SEE EMAIL FOR
FURTHER ADVICE AND COMMENTS)
Received 07/02/2014
Thank you for consulting the Environment Agency
on the Flood Risk Assessment (FRA) report
prepared by Such Salinger Peters (dated Jan
2014) that supports this application. We have the
following comments to make.
Flood Risk
We have had the FRA report peer reviewed by
consultants on our behalf. The review has
highlighted a number of areas of concern over the
FRA and the supporting hydrology and hydraulic
model. Therefore, until we are satisfied that the
FRA and accompanying details are fit for purpose
we are unable to offer a 'no objection' response to
this planning application which now includes the
proposed layout.
Due to the technical nature of the modelling / FRA
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we are corresponding directly with the FRA
consultant over these issues. We would anticipate
that a revised FRA or addendum to this FRA will
need to be submitted to support his planning in
due course.
Rec 09/04/2014 - We have no objection the outline
application, which now includes access and layout,
subject to the following conditions and informatives
being included in any planning permission granted.
Flood Risk
With respect to FRA Volume 1 of 2 Version 3
(Third Issue dated 17/3/14) and Model Report
(March 2014) we have no further concerns over the
model or hydrology. However flow estimation in
small semi-permeable catchments like this is
problematic and can be subject to considerable
uncertainty. Should re-development of this site
take place extremely careful detailed design
consideration and a conservative approach will be
required to ensure no significant flood risk to the
site or increase in flood risk to the surrounding
area.
CONDITION:
No development shall commence until a scheme
for the detailed design of the proposed re-designed
Main River channel though the site, including any
removal of existing structures or addition of new
structures, ensuring no flood risk to the site or
increase in flood risk elsewhere has been
submitted and approved by the Local Planning
Authority. The scheme shall be implemented prior
to commencement of development of the site. The
scheme shall include details of how the redesigned
channel and any associated structures will be
managed and maintained over the lifetime of the
development.
REASON:
To ensure appropriate flood risk mitigation and
minimise flood risk.
CONDITION:
No development shall commence until a scheme
for the detailed design of failsafe measures
required to safely capture and route all existing
fluvial flow that exceeds the Gordons Road culvert
and flows overland into the site, during events up
to and including the 1 in 100 year event, into the
site and safely back into the channel without
increasing flood risk has been submitted and
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approved by the Local Planning Authority. The
scheme shall be implemented prior to
commencement of development of the site.
REASON:
To ensure appropriate flood risk mitigation and
minimise flood risk.
CONDITION:
Finished floor levels should be at least 300mm
(600mm preferably) higher than the 100-year flood
levels with blockage and 10% increase in
roughness to reflect uncertainties in the modelling.
REASON:
To ensure appropriate flood risk mitigation and
minimise flood risk.
Surface Water Management
CONDITION:
No development shall commence until a detailed
scheme for limiting the surface water run-off
generated by all events up to and including the 1 in
100 year critical storm including climate change
allowance, such that it will not exceed the run-off
from the undeveloped site and will not increase the
risk of flooding off-site has been submitted and
approved by the Local Planning Authority. The
details shall include supporting strategy details
including scheme drawings and calculations,
including demonstration that the critical storm is
being used, and that any exceedence flows will be
contained prior to controlled discharge, and details
of how the scheme will be managed and
maintained over the lifetime of the development.
REASON
To ensure adequate allowance for surface water
management is made and that the scheme.
We would expect the surface water management
scheme for the proposed development to meet the
following criteria before discharge of the condition
below:
- A clearly labelled drainage layout plan showing
the pipe networks and any attenuation ponds,
soakaways and drainage storage tanks etc. This
plan should show any pipe node numbers referred
to in the drainage calculations and the invert and
cover levels of manholes.
- A manhole schedule.
- Model runs to demonstrate that the critical storm
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Wessex Water
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duration is being used.
- Confirmation of the appropriate discharge rate,
with any flow control devices indicated on the plan
with the rate of discharge stated. Any rainfall runoff
from the site must be limited to existing rainfall runoff rates and volumes and discharged
incrementally for all return periods up to and
including the 1 in 100 year storm. Using the IOH
124 method of flow estimation we estimate the
Q100 to be approximately 10.5l/s/ha and
recommend this figure is used in the calculations.
- Calculations showing the volume of attenuation
provided, demonstrating how the system operates
during the 1 in 100 critical duration storm event.
- The surface water drainage system must
incorporate enough attenuation to deal with the
surface water run-off from the site up to the critical
1% Annual Probability of Flooding (or 1 in a 100year flood) event, including a 30% allowance for
climate change for the lifetime of the development.
Drainage calculations must be included to
demonstrate this and that the critical event is being
used (e.g. Windes or similar sewer modelling
package calculations that include the necessary
attenuation volume).
- If there is any surcharge or 'exceedence' flooding
from the system, overland flood flow routes and
'collection/storage' areas within the site (e.g. car
parks, landscaping) must be shown on a drawing.
All exceedence flow must be contained and
attenuated within the site prior to discharge into the
water course, and must not be allowed to simply
flow uncontrolled into the watercourse. CIRIA good
practice guide for designing for exceedance in
urban drainage (C635) should be used.
- There must be no attenuation areas within areas
of fluvial floodplain.
- The adoption and maintenance of the drainage
system must be addressed and clearly stated.
- Where infiltration forms part of the proposed
stormwater system such as infiltration trenches
and soakaways, soakage test results and test
locations are to be submitted in accordance with
BRE digest 365.
Rec 17/9/2013 - Comments - See letter for advice
Received 19/3/14
No additional observations in this instance and
refer to previous correspondence.
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Rec 30/9/13 - extension requested
Rec 23/10/13 - No objection in principle for the
details relating to access of this outline application
subject to an amended plan being submitted
showing 4 revisions. Upon receipt of which final
observations will be provided.
Rec 30/01/2014 - Referring to amended plans
2608-03F & 2608-04F, some issues still remain to
be addressed. DCC still have no objection subject
to an acceptable amended plan being submitted.
Received 20/02/2014
In addition to the application plans I refer to the
amended plan(s) received from the agent on
30/1/14, namely Nos. 2608-03G and 2608-04G.
The County Highway Authority has NO
OBJECTION, subject to the following conditions:
The development hereby permitted shall not be
occupied or utilised until the access, geometric
highway layout, turning and parking areas shown
on Drawing Number 2608-03G have been
constructed, unless otherwise agreed in writing by
the Local Planning Authority. Thereafter, these
shall be maintained, kept free from obstruction and
available for the purposes specified.
Reason: In the interests of road safety.
Before the development commences or to a
timescale to be submitted to and agreed in writing
by the Local Planning Authority a scheme showing
precise details for the piping or culverting of the
roadside ditch for the length/width of the access
shall be submitted to the Local Planning Authority.
Any such scheme shall require approval to be
obtained in writing from the Local Planning
Authority. The approved scheme shall be
constructed before development commences.
Reason: In the interests of road safety.
Note to Case Officer:
Please issue the following important informatives
with any planning consent:
The applicant is advised that, notwithstanding this
consent, if it is intended that the highway layout be
offered for public adoption under Section 38 of the
Highways Act 1980, the applicant should contact
Dorset County Council’s Developer-Led
Infrastructure team. They can be reached by
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telephone at 01305 225401, by email at
[email protected], or in writing at Developer-Led
Infrastructure, Dorset County Council, County Hall,
Dorchester, DT1 1XJ.
The applicant is advised that notwithstanding this
consent, Section 184 of the Highways Act 1980
requires the proper construction of vehicle
crossings over kerbed footways, verges or other
highway land. Before commencement of any works
on the public highway, Dorset County Council’s
Dorset Highways should be consulted to agree on
the detailed specification. Contact can be made by
telephone to Dorset Direct (01305 221000), by
email at [email protected], or in
writing at Dorset Highways, Dorset County Council,
County Hall, Dorchester, DT1 1XJ.
The existing street lighting column may to be
relocated/replaced and sufficient time and
resource should be allowed for this. The preferred
location in this type of situation may be directly
opposite the new junction. Contact can be made by
telephone to Dorset Direct (01305 221000), by
email at [email protected], or in
writing at Dorset Highways, Dorset County Council,
County Hall, Dorchester, DT1 1XJ.
Changes to the Flood and Water Management Act
2010 effective on 6th April 2012, grant certain
powers to Lead Local Flood Authorities, i.e. Dorset
County Council, and involves works to ordinary
watercourses; these being all watercourses which
are not designated 'Main River' by the Environment
Agency.
Activities which require prior Land Drainage
Consent (LDC) include: permanent and temporary
obstructions to watercourse flow, including the
installation of culverts. From 6th April 2012 all
applications for LDC on ordinary watercourses are
to be made to the Flood Risk Management team
([email protected]) who are part of the
Developer Lead Infrastructure Group / Dorset
Highways Management Service. Applications with
relevance to Main Rivers and associated flood
plains are to be made to the Environment Agency
in the usual way.
I confirm that in this instance no transport
contribution will be required.
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Highcliffe
8/12/0412 CondR
Target Date:
30/11/2012
Logged Date: 09/Oct/2012
Location
2A Kilmington Way
Applicant
Proposal
Variation of Condition 1 of appeal
APP/E1210/A/11/2164161 to allow the
windows of bedroom 2 & 3 of Plot 1 and
bedroom 3 of Plot 2 to be opening to a
maximum of 100mm and have opening
fanlights. Variation of Condition 3 of
application 8/10/0557 to allow the retention of
the existing boundary treatment between 2 &
2D Kilmington Way
Member Referral Date
Mr J Tye
Agent:
27/11/12
Miles & Co
Officer:
Mark Taylor
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To REFUSE
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection
Consultee Response
Count of applications:
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Jumpers
8/14/0510 CLOPD
Target Date:
12/12/2014
Logged Date: 23/Oct/2014
Location
28 Bronte Avenue
Applicant
Proposal
Certificate of lawfulness for the conversion of
the existing garage to habitable
accommodation
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Gadsden
Agent:
18/11/2014
Officer:
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
JC Architectural
Design
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0450 Full
08/12/2014
Logged Date: 21/Oct/2014
Location
12 Flambard Avenue
Proposal
Retrospective application for ground floor
extension to rear, raise ridge height and
extend roof to provide accommodation in the
roof space with windows to front and rear and
side dormer (amended scheme following
approval of 8/13/0004 to reflect increase in
size of dormer window)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Pearson
Agent:
18/11/2014
Officer:
Tim Furmidge
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of support
Consultee Response
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Jumpers
Target Date:
8/14/0071 Ad
02/12/2014
Logged Date: 08/Oct/2014
Location
St. Catherines Parade Fairmile Road
Proposal
Retain 1 x internally illuminated static fascia
sign (Retrospective)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr T Leyland
Agent:
4/11/14
Officer:
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection 2 other letters
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
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Rec 20/10/2014 - No objection to the proposal.
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Jumpers
Target Date:
8/14/0474 Full
27/11/2014
Logged Date: 07/Oct/2014
Location
Land to rear of 26-28 Flambard Avenue
Proposal
Erection of 2 x 3 bed bungalows to the rear
with associated turning facilities and garages
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr B Willis
Agent:
4/11/14
Officer:
Ken Parke Planning
Consultants - R
Henderson
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
17 letters of objection
Consultee Response
Natural England
Transport Development
Management
Rec 20/10/2014 - Objects to this application
proposal unless the applicant contributes to the
mitigation set out in the SPD in accordance with
the levels and procedures for this contribution.
Rec 20/10/2014 - NO OBJECTION, subject to the
following condition(s):
The development hereby permitted shall not be
occupied or utilised until the access, parking and
turning indicated on the submitted details has been
constructed. Thereafter, these areas shall be
maintained, kept free from obstruction and
available for the purposes specified.
Before any other operations are commenced the
visibility splay areas as shown on Drawing Number
J.45.2014.02 shall be cleared/excavated to a level
not exceeding 0.6 metres above the relative level
of the adjacent carriageway. The splay areas shall
thereafter shall be maintained and kept free from
all obstructions.
Reason: In the interests of road safety.
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Jumpers
Target Date:
8/14/0473 Full
20/11/2014
Location
151 The Grove
Proposal
Erection of conservatory to rear
Logged Date: 06/Oct/2014
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr James
Agent:
11/11/2014
Anglian Home
Improvements
Officer:
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Jumpers
Target Date:
8/14/0080 Outl
28/04/2014
Logged Date: 17/Mar/2014
Location
41 The Grove
Proposal
Outline application for the erection of 4 semidetached dwellings (Matters for consideration
are access, layout and scale)
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr J Lammering
Agent:
08/04/2014
Officer:
Willams Lester - N
Ham
Kim Bowditch
Process
COM
Recommendation
To REFUSE
Latest Update
•Ask applicant to withdraw & re-submit
Public Consultation
1 other letter
Consultee Response
Natural England
Rec 31/03/2014 - We have tried to access this
proposal through the Council’s website, but the
relevant information is not available for us to view.
Without access to sufficient information, we are
unable to provide the authority with advice on this
proposal.
We shall attempt to access this proposal through
the Council’s website in seven days time. If
information is then available for us to view, we will
consider the proposal and provide advice to the
authority within 21 days as usual. If information
becomes available before seven days and the
authority wish us to commence the 21 day
consultation period sooner, then please inform us
as soon as the information becomes available.
Rec 03/04/2014 - Objects to this application
proposal unless the applicant contributes to the
mitigation set out in the SPD in accordance with
the levels and procedures for this contribution.
This advice on mitigation also applies in meeting
legislative and policy considerations on the
protection, conservation and enhancement of the
heathland SSSIs and Ramsar site.
Issues concerning other designated sites - No
objection- no conditions requested
The application site lies in close proximity to Avon
Valley (Bickton to Christchurch) Site of Special
Scientific Interest (SSSI). This is part of the Avon
Valley Special Protection Area (SPA) which is also
a wetland of international importance under the
Ramsar Convention (Ramsar site). Natural
England is satisfied that the proposed
development being carried out in strict accordance
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Jumpers
Transport Development
Management
with the details of the application, as submitted, will
not damage or destroy the interest features for
which these sites have been notified. We therefore
advise your authority that this SSSI does not
represent a constraint in determining this
application. Should the details of this application
change, Natural England draws your attention to
Section 28(I) of the Wildlife and Countryside Act
1981 (as amended), requiring your authority to reconsult Natural England.
Rec 20/04/2014 - No objection
Target Date:
8/13/0517 Full
18/12/2013
Logged Date: 06/Nov/2013
Location
53 Bronte Avenue
Proposal
Erection of single storey side extension and
relocation of existing boundary wall
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr & Mrs Menz
Agent:
14/10/2014
Officer:
Foxwood Designs
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
COM
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
COM - as Officer recommendation has been revised
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Count of applications:
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8/14/0530 Full
Mudeford & Friars Cliff
Target Date:
24/12/2014
Logged Date: 06/Nov/2014
Location
32 Waterside
Applicant
Proposal
Erection of 2 storey extension to rear to
include balcony
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs White
Agent:
2/12/14
Officer:
Xspace - I Stanley
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0410 Full
09/12/2014
Logged Date: 22/Oct/2014
Location
21 Bure Lane
Proposal
First floor extension to enlarge bedroom 2,
form dressing room and ensuite and enlarge
master bedroom
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr P Hayward
Agent:
18/11/14
Mills Barry J
Officer:
Tim Furmidge
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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8/14/0469 Full
Mudeford & Friars Cliff
Target Date:
08/12/2014
Logged Date: 21/Oct/2014
Location
24 Seaway Avenue
Applicant
Proposal
Erection of 2 storey extension to rear
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Gunning
Agent:
18/11/14
Officer:
Foxwood Designs
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0514 Full
08/12/2014
Logged Date: 20/Oct/2014
Location
1 Medina Way
Proposal
Erection of first floor side extension (Revised
scheme following refusal of 8/13/0590)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs M Eagling
Agent:
11/11/2014
WB Planning
Officer:
Jo Cleaves
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
4 letters of objection
Consultee Response
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Target Date:
8/14/0486 CLOPD
28/11/2014
Logged Date: 13/Oct/2014
Location
5 Seafield Road
Applicant
Proposal
Certificate of Lawfulness for a proposed
single storey rear extension with lantern
rooflight. Removal of existing conservatory
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs D Donaldson
Agent:
11/11/2014
Officer:
Foxwood Designs
Diana Mezzogori-Curran
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To LAWFUL
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0494 CondR
01/12/2014
Logged Date: 10/Oct/2014
Location
116 Mudeford (Mudeford Quay Conservation
Area)
Proposal
Variation of Condition 7 of Application
8/13/0371 to allow the bedroom windows on
North, East and West elevations to be clear
glazed
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr L Davis
Agent:
4/11/14
Officer:
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To REFUSE
Latest Update
Public Consultation
4 letters of objection 1 other letter
Consultee Response
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8/14/0462 Full
Mudeford & Friars Cliff
Target Date:
10/11/2014
Logged Date: 24/Sep/2014
Location
4 Rook Hill Road
Proposal
Erection of detached 4 bed dwelling following
demolition of existing (amended scheme
following approval of 8/14/0189)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr K Dearsley
Agent:
4/11/14
David SmithArchitect
Officer:
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To REFUSE
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection
Consultee Response
Natural England
Transport Development
Management
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Rec 03/10/2014 - Natural England has previously
commented on this proposal and made comments
to the authority in our letter dated 12th May 2014
(Your ref: 8/14/0189, Our ref: 120576).
The advice provided in our previous response
applies equally to this amendment although we
made no objection to the original proposal.
Should the proposal be amended in a way which
significantly affects its impact on the natural
environment then, in accordance with Section 4 of
the Natural Environment and Rural Communities
Act 2006, Natural England should be consulted
again.
Rec 20/10/2014 - No objevtion to this proposal.
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8/14/0461 Outl
Mudeford & Friars Cliff
Target Date:
12/12/2014
Logged Date: 23/Sep/2014
Location
MCA Training Centre Penny Way
Proposal
Outline application for the erection of up to 26
dwellings (revised scheme following refusal
of 8/13/0443)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Maritime & Coastguard
Agency
Agent:
14/10/2014
WYG
Officer:
Kim Bowditch
Process
COM
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
45 letters of objection 5 other letters
Consultee Response
Wessex Water
Natural England
Transport Development
Management
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Rec 07/10/2014 - There is adequate capacity in the
local public foul network to accommodate
predicted foul flows only from the proposed
development; point of connection subject to
application and agreement. There must be no
surface water connections to the public foul sewer
network.
The applicant’s consultants have been in contact
with Wessex Water to discuss the surface water
drainage from the site and it has been agreed in
principle that an attenuated discharge rate of 20 l/s
maximum can be accepted into the public surface
water sewer which discharges to sea. This
proposal will also require the acceptance of your
Authority and the Environment Agency.
Rec 14/10/2014 - objects to this application
proposal unless the applicant contributes to the
mitigation set out in the SPD in accordance with
the levels and procedures for this contribution.
This advice on mitigation also applies in meeting
legislative and policy considerations on the
protection, conservation and enhancement of the
heathland SSSIs and Ramsar site.
Rec 17/10/2014 - Whilst there are still some
concerns with regard to possible improvement
works on Penny Way between the car park access
and the site the County Highway Authority has NO
OBJECTION to the proposal in principle subject to
suitable mitigation and revised layout being agreed
as part of the deferred matters application should it
follow.
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Environment Agency
Rec 10/10/2014 - We have no objection to the
proposed development subject to the following
conditions and informative being included in any
planning permission granted.
Flood Risk
We have reviewed the submitted Flood Risk
Assessment (FRA) prepared by Parsons
Brinkerhoff dated Version 1.0 dated September
2013.
Whilst we have no objection to the principle of the
development proposals we note that there is a
possible overland flood source from the east, of
which no assessment has been made within the
FRA. Further, there is no evidence within the FRA
that the Shoreline Management Plan status for this
stretch of coastline has been considered. Please
consult with your Authority’s Drainage Engineers to
consider these matters. They may require an
updated FRA in this regard prior to planning
approval.
We note the outline proposals for the surface water
management and in general we find them
acceptable. The detailed design of the scheme will
need to be assessed but this can be dealt with
under the planning condition and should accord
with the design advice below:
CONDITION:
No development shall commence until a surface
water management scheme for the site, based on
sustainable drainage principles and an assessment
of the hydrological and hydrogeological context of
the development, has been submitted to and
approved in writing by the local planning authority.
The submitted details shall clarify the intended
future ownership and maintenance provision for all
drainage works serving the site. The scheme shall
subsequently be implemented in accordance with
the approved details before the development is
completed.
REASON:
To prevent the increased risk of flooding and
ensure future maintenance of the surface water
drainage system.
There must be no interruption to the existing
surface water and/or land drainage arrangements
of the surrounding land as a result of the
operations on the site. Provisions must be made to
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ensure that all existing drainage systems continue
to operate effectively and that flood risk to the
surrounding area is not increased as a result of the
development.
Contaminated Land
We have reviewed the Phase 1 Land Quality
Assessment, MCA Training Centre, Steamer Point,
Christchurch Maritime and Coastguard Agency
May 2012 (ref. 92767BV-BBR) by Parsons
Brinckerhoff and the Interpretative Site
Investigation Report (March 2013) by Parsons
Brinckerhoff. Due to limited intrusive work carried
out to date (with respect to the risk to controlled
waters) to delineate the level of potential
contamination as outlined in the Phase 1 Report,
we would recommend inclusion of the following
conditions:
CONDITION
No development approved by this planning
permission shall take place until a remediation
strategy that includes the following components to
deal with the risks associated with contamination
of the site shall each be submitted to and
approved, in writing, by the local planning authority:
1. A preliminary risk assessment which has
identified:
- all previous uses
- potential contaminants associated with those uses
- a conceptual model of the site indicating sources,
pathways and receptors
- potentially unacceptable risks arising from
contamination at the site.
2. A site investigation scheme, based on (1) to
provide information for a detailed assessment of
the risk to all receptors that may be affected,
including those off site.
3. The results of the site investigation and the
detailed risk assessment referred to in (2) and,
based on these, an options appraisal and
remediation strategy giving full details of the
remediation measures required and how they are
to be undertaken.
4. A verification plan providing details of the data
that will be collected in order to demonstrate that
the works set out in the remediation strategy in (3)
are complete and identifying any requirements for
longer-term monitoring of pollutant linkages,
maintenance and arrangements for contingency
action.
Any changes to these components require the
express written consent of the local planning
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authority. The scheme shall be implemented as
approved.
REASON
To protect controlled waters.
CONDITION
If, during development, contamination not
previously identified is found to be present at the
site then no further development (unless otherwise
agreed in writing with the local planning authority)
shall be carried out until the developer has
submitted a remediation strategy to the local
planning authority detailing how this unsuspected
contamination shall be dealt with and obtained
written approval from the local planning authority.
The remediation strategy shall be implemented as
approved.
REASON
To protect controlled waters.
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Planning Policy Team Leader CBC Rec 16/10/2014 - The main policy issues to be
considered on this site are the principle of
residential development on the site, the loss of the
training centre, impacts on designated open space
and affordable housing provision.
Policy ENV9 relates to the detailed design and
layout of the proposals, and is therefore best
considered by the Case Officer based on
consideration of detailed plans and a site visit. This
policy comment does not therefore consider Policy
ENV9.
In terms of existing open space designations, the
site is already fenced off from the Steamer Point
woodland, and the accesses to this area are
separate from the MCA site. Development of the
site does not appear to compromise this, and
therefore no policy issues arise from the
application in respect of open space.
Although this site does not fall within a B1, B2 or
B8 use class it was considered as part of Stage 1
of the Christchurch and East Dorset Employment
Land Review (2007). The assessment of the site
concluded that the site did not score highly in
terms of its potential significance to employment
generation, and that its location might also mean
that securing alternative employment uses on the
site may not be desirable. The site’s very
prominent coastal location, and its proximity to and
access through residential areas, mean that, in
practice, the potential for employment re-use or
redevelopment will be very limited.
In conclusion, there is no compelling case to
protect this training centre use on the site, and the
principle of residential redevelopment is therefore
supported in policy terms.
The proposed application is liable to make
contributions towards heathland mitigation in
accordance with the South East Dorset Heathland
SPD and the South East Dorset Transport
Contributions Scheme 2.
Policy LN3 of the Core Strategy sets out a
presumption that affordable housing will be
provided onsite for sites resulting in a net increase
of 15 or more dwellings
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Coast Protection Officer CBC
Rec 16/10/2014 - Having carefully read the
consultants Cliff/Slope Stability Assessment I am
satisfied the proposed development will have no
adverse effect on the stability of the existing
cliff/slope or coast protection assets below it.
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8/14/0415 Full
Mudeford & Friars Cliff
Target Date:
11/11/2014
Logged Date: 22/Sep/2014
Location
Little Haven Mudeford Quay (Within Mudeford
Quay Conservation Area)
Proposal
Erection of attached 3 bed dwelling with new
access following demolition of existing
property (revised scheme following refusal at
appeal of 8/12/0194 and 8/12/0195)
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr A Griffiths
Agent:
14/10/2014
Officer:
Ken Parke Planning
Consultants - G
Wright
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
To be considered by next Architects Panel
Amended plans required
Public Consultation
51 letters of objection 2 other letters
Consultee Response
Natural England
Rec 13/10/2014 - No objection – with conditions
This application is immediately adjacent to
Christchurch Harbour Site of Special Scientific
Interest (SSSI). However, given the nature and
scale of this proposal, Natural England is satisfied
that there is not likely to be an adverse effect on
this site as a result of the proposal being carried
out in strict accordance with the details of the
application as submitted. We therefore advise your
authority that this SSSI does not represent a
constraint in determining this application. Should
the details of this application change, Natural
England draws your attention to Section 28(I) of
the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (as
amended), requiring your authority to re-consult
Natural England.
This is based on our understanding that the
application does not include any of the following
elements:
or encroachment of development onto the
foreshore; or
structures; or
Christchurch Harbour SSSI
Conditions
machinery to reduce unnecessary noise;
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machinery (i.e. plant resulting in a noise level in
Page 2 of 3 excess of 69dbAmax – measured at
the sensitive receptor) to be undertaken during the
bird overwintering period (i.e. October to March
inclusive). Heavy machinery constitutes, for
example, use of pneumatic drills, diggers, dumper
trucks and lorries. Note: The sensitive receptor is
the nearest point of the SSSI or any SSSI
supporting habitat (e.g. high tide roosting site);
stored or disposed of within the SSSI during or
after construction;
provided with a map that clearly shows the
boundaries of the Christchurch Harbour SSSI in
relation to the development site.
These conditions are required to ensure that the
development, as submitted, will not impact upon
the features of special interest for which the SSSI
is notified.
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Transport Development
Rec 10/10/2014 - No objection to the proposed
Management
development subject to the following informatives
and advice being included in any planning
permission granted.
Flood Defence Consent
INFORMATIVE
Under the terms of the Water Resources Act 1991
and the Land Drainage Byelaws, the prior written
consent of the Agency is required for any proposed
works or structures in, under, over or within 8
metres of the top of the bank of the Christchurch
Harbour , designated a 'main river'. The need for
Flood Defence Consent is over and above the
need for planning permission. To discuss the
scope of our controls and to obtain an application
form please contact Yvonne Wiacel .
Pollution Prevention During Construction
INFORMATIVE
Safeguards should be implemented during the
construction phase to minimise the risks of
pollution from the development. Such safeguards
should cover:
- the use of plant and machinery
- oils/chemicals and materials
- the use and routing of heavy plant and vehicles
- the location and form of work and storage areas
and compounds
- the control and removal of spoil and wastes.
The applicant should refer to the Environment
Agency's Pollution Prevention Guidelines at:
https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/pollution
-prevention-guidance-ppg
Flood Risk
We recommend that all flood protection measures
are incorporate in the design of the scheme given
the nature of the location. We would recommend
that finished flor levels are raised above existing.
RECOMMENDATION:
The Council’s Emergency Planners should be
consulted in relation to flood emergency response
and evacuation arrangements for the site. We
strongly recommend that the applicant prepares a
Flood Warning and Evacuation Plan for future
occupants. The Local Planning Authority may wish
to secure this through an appropriate condition.
We can confirm that the site does lie within a
Flood Warning area.
Rec 17/10/2014 - No objection
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English Heritage
Rec 14/10/2014 - Our specialist staff have
considered the information received and we do not
wish to offer any comments on this occasion.
Recommendation
The application(s) should be determined in
accordance with national and local policy
guidance, and on the basis of your specialist
conservation advice.
Target Date:
8/14/0401 Full
03/11/2014
Logged Date: 10/Sep/2014
Location
125 Mudeford (Grade II Listed Building)
Proposal
Formation of detached double garage to
replace existing
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mrs S Kriskinans
Agent:
7/10/14
Officer:
Aspire Architects
LLP - M Stevens
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Tree report likely to be required
Public Consultation
1 letter of support
Consultee Response
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Target Date:
19/08/2014
Logged Date: 24/Jun/2014
Location
10 Friars Road
Proposal
Outline application to sever the land and erect
a dwelling (matters for consideration are
access, layout and scale)
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mrs M Parsa
Agent:
15/7/14
WB Planning
Officer:
Tim Furmidge
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
awaiting UU information
Date extended
Public Consultation
5 letters of objection
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Count of applications:
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Rec 15/07/2014 - NO OBJECTION, subject to the
following condition(s):
The development hereby permitted shall not be
occupied or utilised until the parking indicated on
the
submitted details has been constructed.
Thereafter, these areas shall be maintained, kept
free from
obstruction and available for the purposes
specified.
Before the development is commenced the first 5
metres of the access crossing, measured from the
nearside edge of the carriageway, shall be laid out
and constructed to a specification submitted to and
approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
Reason: In the interests of road safety.
11
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8/14/0495 Full
North Highcliffe & Walkford
Target Date:
01/12/2014
Logged Date: 14/Oct/2014
Location
16 Cranemoor Close
Applicant
Proposal
Single storey extensions to rear and side to
provide dining room, family room, office and
en-suite together with enlarging bedroom 3
and bathroom
Member Referral Date
Mr P Langdown
04/11/2014
Officer:
Agent:
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0477 Full
14/11/2014
Logged Date: 02/Oct/2014
Location
25 Pinewood Road
Proposal
Extension of roof to provide habitable
accommodation in roof space and formation
of gable to rear (Revised scheme following
withdrawal of 8/14/0111)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr G Elms
Agent:
11/11/14
Officer:
Design &
Development - D
Rainback
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
2 letters of objection
Consultee Response
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North Highcliffe & Walkford
Target Date:
11/11/2014
Logged Date: 18/Sep/2014
Location
Land rear of 53 - 55 Glenville Road
Proposal
Erection of 2 x 3 bed semi-detached dwellings
with associated parking and access from
Tresillian Way (revised scheme following
withdrawal of 8/14/0096)
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Landmark Estates (GBR) Ltd
Agent:
14/10/2014
Pure Town
Planning - Matt
Annen
Officer:
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Subject to comments from Highway Authority and a UU. To next Architects Panel for a view.
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection
Consultee Response
Natural England
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Rec 02/10/2014 - Natural England objects to this
application proposal unless the applicant
contributes to the mitigation set out in the SPD in
accordance with the levels and procedures for this
contribution.
This advice on mitigation also applies in meeting
legislative and policy considerations on the
protection, conservation and enhancement of the
heathland SSSIs and Ramsar site.
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Transport Development
Rec 22/10/2014 - The County Highway Authority
Management
has no objection in principle subject to an
acceptable amended plan being submitted
showing the following revisions upon receipt of
which final observations will be provided:
A revised plan is required showing the extent of the
highway particularly between the rear of the
property and the private access as part of the front
garden, drive (and possibly the building) appears to
be shown on this area which is not permissible.
This part of the drive would need to be constructed
as vehicle crossing as it will lie in the highway.
(See s184 informative below).
The applicant should be made aware that whilst
the sites redline boundary abuts the highway this
will only facilitate pedestrian access as it doesn’t
contain the first part of the private access from the
back edge of the footway of the highway. This
could be an issue for the applicant if they don't
have a right of access; though this is a private
matter. A PDF plan of the highway has been
provided separately to the Planning Case Officer
and can also be obtained from Dorset Highways
Information.
Planning Policy Team Leader CBC
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Informative: The applicant is advised that
notwithstanding this consent, Section 184 of the
Highways Act 1980 requires the proper
construction of vehicle crossings over kerbed
footways, verges or other highway land. Before
commencement of any works on the public
highway, Dorset County Council’s Dorset Highways
should be consulted to agree on the detailed
specification.
Rec 08/10/2014 - I have looked at the site of land
to the rear of 53 – 55 Glenville Road which has a
brook running to the western edge of the site. I
understand from the Environment Agency flood
mapping that the site is affected by flood zone 2 as
a result of proximity to the brook. If the proposed
development is located outside of the flood zone I
would consider that the proposal meets the tests of
the NPPF and the sequential approach in locating
development in the lowest area of floodrisk. I
understand that the development red line boundary
is now located in flood zone 1 which would accord
with the sequential approach and the availability of
sites in flood zone 1.
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North Highcliffe & Walkford
Target Date:
30/04/2014
Logged Date: 09/Apr/2014
Location
86-88 Glenville Road
Proposal
Sever land to rear and erect 3 x 3 bed
dwellings with associated parking and access
(AMENDED PLANS / DESCRIPTION)
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Tayella Homes Ltd
Agent:
6/5/14
Officer:
Anders Roberts &
Associates Ltd - C
Beasley
Tim Furmidge
Process
COM
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
With reference to Policies H12, HE2, KS12, ME2, ME3, ENV5, ENV21 and LN1 of the Borough of
Christchurch Local Plan (2001) and Christchurch and East Dorset Local Plan Part 1 - Core Strategy 2014,
the proposal is considered to be acceptable as the development would respect the context of the site and
would not be harmful to the streetscene. The development would not be harmful to the residential
amenities of nearby dwellings and have no impact on highway safety.
This section of Wyndham Road fronting the development whilst regarded as highway is not maintainable
at public expense. This section of highway is only regarded as the surfaced carriageway which the
redline boundary doesn’t appear to abut. The applicant must be advised of this fact and to undertake
their own checks as regards any potential ransom strip issues.
The applicant is advised that notwithstanding this consent, Section 184 of the Highways Act 1980 may
require the proper construction of vehicle crossings over kerbed footways, verges or other highway land.
Before commencement of any works on the public highway, Dorset County Council’s Dorset Highways
should be consulted to agree on the detailed specification. Contact can be made by telephone to Dorset
Direct (01305 221000), by email at [email protected], or in writing at Dorset Highways, Dorset
County Council, County Hall, Dorchester, DT1 1XJ.
In accordance with paragraphs 186 and 187 of the NPPF Christchurch Borough Council (CBC) takes a
positive and proactive approach to development proposal focused on solutions. CBC work with
applicants/agents in a positive and proactive manner by;
•
Offering a pre-application advice service, and
•
As appropriate updating applications/agents of any issues that may arise in the processing of their
application and where possible suggesting solutions.
Public Consultation
15 letters of objection
Consultee Response
Natural England
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Rec 16/04/2014 - objects to this application
proposal unless the applicant contributes to the
mitigation set out in the SPD in accordance with
the levels and procedures for this contribution.
This advice on mitigation also applies in meeting
legislative and policy considerations on the
protection, conservation and enhancement of the
heathland SSSIs and Ramsar site.
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Rec 18/06/2014 - Natural England has previously
commented on this proposal and made comments
to the authority in our letter dated 16th April 2014.
The advice provided in our previous response
applies equally to this amendment.
Should the proposal be amended in a way which
significantly affects its impact on the natural
environment then, in accordance with Section 4 of
the Natural Environment and Rural Communities
Act 2006, Natural England should be consulted
again. Before sending us the amended
consultation, please assess whether the changes
proposed will materially affect any of the advice we
have previously offered.
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Rec 02/05/2014 - no objection in principle subject
Management
to an acceptable amended plan being submitted
showing the following revisions upon receipt of
which final observations will be provided:
The proposed layout provides inadequate visibility
onto Wyndham Road.
The manoeuvring space for the parking spaces is
insufficient and either wider parking spaces or a
greater distance from the opposite side of
Wyndham Road must be provided.
This section of Wyndham Road fronting the
development whilst regarded as highway is not
maintainable at public expense. This section of
highway is only regarded as the surfaced
carriageway which the redline boundary doesn’t
appear to abut. The applicant must be advised of
this fact and to undertake their own checks as
regards any potential ransom strip issues.
Rec 05/08/2014 - NO OBJECTION, subject to the
following condition(s):
The development hereby permitted shall not be
occupied or utilised until the parking indicated on
the submitted details has been constructed.
Thereafter, these areas shall be maintained, kept
free from obstruction and available for the
purposes specified.
Before the development is commenced the first 5
metres of the access crossing, measured from the
nearside edge of the carriageway, shall be laid out
and constructed to a specification submitted to and
approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
Before any other operations are commenced the
visibility splay areas as shown on Drawing Number
8397/100 shall be cleared/excavated to a level not
exceeding 0.6 metres above the relative level of
the adjacent carriageway. The splay areas shall
thereafter shall be maintained and kept free from
all obstructions.
Reason: In the interests of road safety.
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Target Date:
29/04/2014
Logged Date: 08/Apr/2014
Location
16 Walkford Road
Proposal
Reserved matters appliction (to consider
landscaping) following grant of 8/13/0246 to
sever the curtilage and convert and extend
the existing garage to from two bedroom
dwelling. The construction of a replacement
storage building to serve Public House
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr M Bennett
6/5/14
Agent:
Officer:
Jo Cleaves
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Awaiting amended plans and additional info re trees.
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Count of applications:
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Portfield
Target Date:
8/14/0540 Full
26/01/2015
Logged Date: 06/Nov/2014
Location
Christchurch Hospital, Fairmile Road (Within
Christchurch Hospital Conservation Area)
Proposal
Demolition of the existing 'Wendy House' and
provision of 35 senior living apartments with
basement car parking, replacement tree
planting, landscape treatment, band stand
and associated infrastructure (Application
submitted to revise previously approved
senior living apartments 8/13/0028)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Royal Bournemouth &
Christchurch Hospital NHS
Foundation Trust
Agent:
02/12/2014
Officer:
Quantum Group Graham Parkes
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0480 Full
18/12/2014
Logged Date: 29/Oct/2014
Location
Land between 7-11 Beaulieu Road
Proposal
Erection of two x 3 bed semi-detached
dwellings to include 2 parking spaces per
dwelling
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr J Duckett
Agent:
25/11/14
Officer:
Simon McCormack
Architecture
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Portfield
Target Date:
8/14/0506 Full
05/12/2014
Logged Date: 21/Oct/2014
Location
Unit 9 Christchurch Retail Park
Applicant
Proposal
Increase glazed shop front area to front and
install windows to west elevation
Member Referral Date
LondonMetric Saturn Ltd
Agent:
11/11/14
Officer:
Blue Sky Planning
Ltd
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0491 Full
04/12/2014
Logged Date: 20/Oct/2014
Location
Land at Avon Trading Park
Proposal
Erection of 1x B1 (Office) and B8 (Storage and
Distribution) unit
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr J Beauchamp
Agent:
18/11/2014
Benjamin &
Beauchamp
Architects
Officer:
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Portfield
Target Date:
8/14/0490 Full
01/12/2014
Logged Date: 14/Oct/2014
Location
24 Beaulieu Road
Applicant
Proposal
Erection of extension at first floor with
dormer window to front and dormer window
to rear with juliet balcony. Installation of juliet
balconies to existing rear dormers. Install
dormer windows to front. Retention of
decking and balustrade over existing patio
and retention of boathouse in rear garden
(retrospective in part)
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Hawken
Agent:
04/11/2014
Officer:
Alison Underwood
Process
AG Design
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of support
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0488 Ad
26/11/2014
Logged Date: 07/Oct/2014
Location
Land Adj Pizza Hut Christchurch Retail Park
Proposal
Erection of internally illuminated double sided
fascia sign
Applicant
Member Referral Date
LondonMetric Saturn Ltd
Agent:
11/11/14
Officer:
Blue Sky Planning
Ltd
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Rec 17/10/2014 - NO OBJECTION, subject to the
following condition(s):
Any lighting and/or floodlighting shall be located
and screened in such a manner that no illumination
shall be directed towards the adjoining highway(s).
Reason: In the interests of road safety.
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Portfield
8/14/0468 LB
Target Date:
12/11/2014
Logged Date: 30/Sep/2014
Location
Iford Old Bridge, Old Bridge Road (Grade II
Listed)
Proposal
Rebuild cracked and bulging wing wall, repair
damaged stonework and repoint
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Bournemouth Borough
Council
Agent:
4/11/14
Officer:
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Pollution Prevention During Construction
INFORMATIVE
Safeguards should be implemented during the construction phase to minimise the risks of pollution from
the development. Such safeguards should cover:
- the use of plant and machinery
- oils/chemicals and materials
- the use and routing of heavy plant and vehicles
- the location and form of work and storage areas and compounds
- the control and removal of spoil and wastes.
The applicant should refer to the Environment Agency's Pollution Prevention Guidelines at:
https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/pollution-prevention-guidance-ppg
Flood Defence Consent
We acknowledge that the works under this planning application are covered by an existing flood defence
(Our Ref: ADA 5386). Any variation to these works may require a new permission, therefore, we request
the following;
INFORMATIVE
Under the terms of the Water Resources Act 1991 and the Land Drainage Byelaws, the prior written
consent of the Agency is required for any proposed works or structures in, under, over or within 8 metres
of the top of the bank of the River Stour , designated a 'main river'. The need for Flood Defence Consent
is over and above the need for planning permission.
Planning Application 8/14/0468 is hereby approved, in accordance with the approved drawing and
schedule of repairs stamp dated received on the 17/09/14 and email recieved on the 27/10/14, as it is the
view of the Council that the development authorised by this permission satisfies the requirements of
Policy HE1 of the Christchurch and East Dorset Local Plan (2014) and saved policy BE14 of the Borough
of Christchurch Local Plan (2001). The attached conditions are required in order to ensure the
development, once commenced or constructed, continues to comply with the policies set out above.
In accordance with paragraphs 186 and 187 of the NPPF Christchurch Borough Council (CBC) takes a
positive and proactive approach to development proposals focused on solutions. CBC work with
applicants/agents in a positive and proactive manner by;
•
offering a pre-application advice service, and
•
as appropriate updating applications/agents of any issues that may arise in the processing of their
application and where possible suggesting solutions.
This planning permission does not convey the right to enter land or to carry out works affecting or
crossing the boundary with land, which is not within your control without the landowners consent. This
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is, however, a civil matter and this planning consent is granted without prejudice to this.
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Environment Agency
Rec 22/10/2014 - no objection to the proposed
development subject to the following informatives
being included in any planning permission
granted.
Pollution Prevention During Construction
INFORMATIVE
Safeguards should be implemented during the
construction phase to minimise the risks of
pollution from the development. Such safeguards
should cover:
- the use of plant and machinery
- oils/chemicals and materials
- the use and routing of heavy plant and vehicles
- the location and form of work and storage areas
and compounds
- the control and removal of spoil and wastes.
The applicant should refer to the Environment
Agency's Pollution Prevention Guidelines at:
https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/pollution
-prevention-guidance-ppg
Flood Defence Consent
We acknowledge that the works under this
planning application are covered by an existing
flood defence (Our Ref: ADA 5386). Any variation
to these works may require a new permission,
therefore, we request the following.
INFORMATIVE
Under the terms of the Water Resources Act 1991
and the Land Drainage Byelaws, the prior written
consent of the Agency is required for any proposed
works or structures in, under, over or within 8
metres of the top of the bank of the River Stour ,
designated a 'main river'. The need for Flood
Defence Consent is over and above the need for
planning permission.
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Portfield
Conservation Officer CBC
Rec 13/10/2014 - The current works therefore seek
to address the most significant structural, physical
and visual issues which have been identified using
materials and methods appropriate to the status of
this Heritage Asset. As such the application can be
supported from a Conservation standpoint.
This underlying support for the works
notwithstanding, however, I would ask you to seek
clarification from the Applicants as to whether it is
the intention (as I would wish to see) to use the
same broached, margined finish employed on the
replacement stone as can be seen on the
voussoirs in the upper photograph on page 7 of the
Design and Access Statement and Schedule of
Repairs.
Target Date:
8/14/0444 Full
06/11/2014
Logged Date: 17/Sep/2014
Location
164-174 Barrack Road (A&G Hand Car Wash)
Proposal
Erect canopy over rear car washing area and
new boundary fence (AMENDED
DESCRIPTION)
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr Yanni
Agent:
14/10/2014
Officer:
Flaxton Engineering
Ltd Mr Steve Ansell
Tim Furmidge
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Reconsult on amended plans
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection
Consultee Response
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Portfield
Target Date:
8/14/0392 Full
10/10/2014
Logged Date: 20/Aug/2014
Location
80 Clarendon Road
Proposal
Erection of detached bungalow to rear with
associated parking and access
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mrs A Heather O'Brien
Agent:
30/09/14
Anders Roberts
Cheer Ltd
Officer:
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Awaiting confirmation of UU
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Rec 02/09/2014 - NO OBJECTION, subject to the
following condition(s):
The development hereby permitted shall not be
occupied or utilised until the parking and turning
indicated on the submitted details has been
constructed. Thereafter, these areas shall be
maintained, kept free from obstruction and
available for the purposes specified.
Reason: In the interests of road safety.
Informative: The applicant is advised that
notwithstanding this consent, Section 184 of the
Highways Act 1980 requires the proper
construction of vehicle crossings over kerbed
footways, verges or other highway land. Before
commencement of any works on the public
highway, Dorset County Council’s Dorset Highways
should be consulted to agree on the detailed
specification.
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Portfield
Target Date:
8/14/0064 Full
18/09/2014
Logged Date: 31/Jul/2014
Location
16 Grove Road East (Coach House) Portfield
Close R/O
Proposal
Severence of Land and creation of 1 x 1 bed
dwelling with associated access from
Portfield Close and parking provisions
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr & Mrs D & C Cronshaw
Agent:
26/7/14
Officer:
Tim Furmidge
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
subject to completed UU
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Rec 07/08/2014 - NO OBJECTION, subject to the
following condition(s):
The development hereby permitted shall not be
occupied or utilised until the parking indicated on
the submitted details has been constructed.
Thereafter, these areas shall be maintained, kept
free from obstruction and available for the
purposes specified.
Reason: In the interests of road safety.
Note to Case Officer:
Vehicular (and possibly pedestrian) access to the
public highway appears to require access across
land in third party ownership.
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
Portfield
8/14/0329 CLOPD
Target Date:
10/09/2014
Logged Date: 18/Jul/2014
Location
5 Hanover Close (Hanover House UK Ltd)
Proposal
Certificate of Lawfulness for a change of use
from B8 to B1
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Ms L Mail
Agent:
07/10/2014
Officer:
Jo Cleaves
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To LAWFUL
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Count of applications:
weeklywardlistrpt
11
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0538 Full
Purewell & Stanpit
Target Date:
18/12/2014
Logged Date: 05/Nov/2014
Location
52 Minterne Road
Applicant
Proposal
Erection of rear and side extension, re-model
internal layout to include new roof and loft
conversion
Member Referral Date
Agent:
Mr C Irwin
2/12/14
Officer:
Coast & Country
Architecture - D Crain
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0508 Full
05/12/2014
Logged Date: 21/Oct/2014
Location
48 Minterne Road
Proposal
Erection of rear extension, gabled roof
extension, dormer and loft conversion
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs R McCoy
Agent:
18/11/14
Officer:
Foxwood Designs
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0464 Full
Purewell & Stanpit
Target Date:
Location
Proposal
12/11/2014
Logged Date: 30/Sep/2014
136 Purewell L Rowland & Co Retail Ltd,
Meadow Pharmacy (Purewell Conservation
Area)
Installation of new air conditioning unit at the
rear of building on ground floor level
Member Referral Date
Applicant
L Rowland & Co (Retail) Ltd
Agent:
11/11/14
Officer:
CPR Shopfitting Ltd
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Planning Application 8/14/0464 is hereby approved, in accordance with the approved drawings stamp
dated received 16/09/14 and additional information received on the 16/10/14, as it is the view of the
Council that the development authorised by this permission satisfies the requirements of Policies KS1,
KS12, HE1, HE2 and ME6 of the Christchurch and East Dorset Local Plan (2014) and saved policies ENV3
and BE4 of the Borough of Christchurch Local Plan (2001). The attached conditions are required in order
to ensure the development, once commenced or constructed, continues to comply with the policies set
out above.
In accordance with paragraphs 186 and 187 of the NPPF Christchurch Borough Council (CBC) takes a
positive and proactive approach to development proposals focused on solutions. CBC work with
applicants/agents in a positive and proactive manner by;
•
offering a pre-application advice service, and
•
as appropriate updating applications/agents of any issues that may arise in the processing of their
application and where possible suggesting solutions.
This planning permission does not convey the right to enter land or to carry out works affecting or
crossing the boundary with land, which is not within your control without the landowners consent. This
is, however, a civil matter and this planning consent is granted without prejudice to this.
This permission is granted under Town and Country Planning legislation and does not alter or impinge
upon the rights of adjoining landowners under common law or under the Party Wall Act 1996. If any part
of the development is physically attached to, or relies for support on, the neighbouring property the
consent of the relevant landowners/occupiers will need to be obtained under the provisions of the Party
Wall Act 1996.
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Environmental Health Officer
Count of applications:
weeklywardlistrpt
Rec 03/11/2014 - I have carried out a noise
calculation (see attached) which would indicate
that projected noise levels may give rise to
nuisance from noise.
I would therefore recommend that any approval be
conditioned so as to require that the condenser
unit be housed within an acoustic enclosure
designed to provide a minimum of 10db(A)
attenuation.
3
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0534 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
30/12/2014
Logged Date: 10/Nov/2014
Location
8 Durlston Crescent
Applicant
Proposal
Erection of first floor roof extension to rear
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Turner
Agent:
02/12/21014
Officer:
Foxwood Designs
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0535 Full
29/12/2014
Logged Date: 10/Nov/2014
Location
62a Hurn Way
Proposal
Erection of detached pitched roof garage
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr C Palmer
Agent:
02/12/2014
Street M
Officer:
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0532 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
25/12/2014
Logged Date: 10/Nov/2014
Location
12 Moors Close
Applicant
Proposal
Single storey extensions to front and rear
Member Referral Date
Mrs S Bullus
Agent:
02/12/2014
Officer:
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
Colin R Fulton
Architect
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0512 Full
18/12/2014
Logged Date: 07/Nov/2014
Location
8 Dudmoor Farm Road
Proposal
Demolition of existing property and erection
of new dwelling
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr M Brandon
Agent:
2/12/14
Burns R
Officer:
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0545 LA
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
24/11/2014
Logged Date: 04/Nov/2014
Location
Chapel Lane
Applicant
Proposal
Variation of Conditions 1 and 4 of planning
permission 8/13/0403 to allow operation of
road sweeping plant until 31 December 2015
and increase in annual throughput to 30,000
tonnes
Member Referral Date
Agent:
Mr T Dampney
2/12/14
Officer:
Alliance Planning Sarah Evans
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0520 Full
19/01/2015
Logged Date: 28/Oct/2014
Location
Hale Farm, Parley Green Lane (Adjacent to
Rights of Way)
Proposal
Proposed development of a Solar Energy
Farm and connection to the Local Distribution
Network for the local generation of low
carbon electricity.
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Hale Solar Limited
Agent:
25/11/14
Officer:
Alliance Planning
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0519 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
10/12/2014
Logged Date: 28/Oct/2014
Location
23b Springfield Avenue
Proposal
Retrospective application for the retention of
oak framed car port to existing garage
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr P Capron
Agent:
25/11/14
Officer:
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of support
Consultee Response
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
8/14/0502 CondR
09/01/2015
Logged Date: 23/Oct/2014
Location
Chapel Lane, Parley
Proposal
Variation of condition 2 of application
8/13/0332 to allow changes to the
appearance/specification of plant equipment
Applicant
Member Referral Date
ESS Solar Limited
Agent:
18/11/2014
Officer:
Alliance Planning
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Natural England
Bournemouth Borough Council
Rec 05/11/2014 - No objection- no conditions
requested. Natural England is satisfied that the
proposed development being carried out in strict
accordance with the details of the application and
complying with the remaining conditions attached
to the original application (8/13/0332), as
submitted, will not damage or destroy the interest
features for which these sites have been notified.
We therefore advise your authority that this SSSI
does not represent a constraint in determining this
application.
Rec 30/10/2014 - Bournemouth BC previously
responded to the original proposal. The same
issues are likely to be relevant I do not wish to
comment further.
In the circumstances I do not intend to make a
formal comment on the application and will rely on
your authority's assessment of impact and the
benefit of sustainable energy.
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0517 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
08/12/2014
Logged Date: 23/Oct/2014
Location
10 Old Barn Road
Applicant
Proposal
Retrospective application for the erection of a
2 storey rear extension with an amended roof
form (following approval of planning
application 8/14/0137)
Member Referral Date
Mr AB Bowden
18/11/2014
Officer:
Agent:
Jo Cleaves
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0485 Full
09/12/2014
Logged Date: 22/Oct/2014
Location
Parley Court Farm (Adjacent to a Public Right
of Way)
Proposal
Installation of 7 shepherds huts to be used as
accommodation
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr T Dampney
Agent:
18/11/14
Officer:
Alliance Planning
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
weeklywardlistrpt
Rec 31/10/2014 - No objection to the proposal.
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0515 LA
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
10/11/2014
Logged Date: 22/Oct/2014
Location
Chapel Lane, Parley
Proposal
Proposed reconfiguration of existing and
consented development; introduction of new
plant and processes; increase in permitted
throughput; partial widening of access road;
partial realignment of Bridleway E62/29; new
landscaping and associated matters
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr T Dampney
Agent:
18/11/14
Officer:
Alliance Planning
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0465 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
03/12/2014
Logged Date: 17/Oct/2014
Location
2 The Grove (The Crooked Beam Restaurant)
Proposal
Change of use from A3 (Restaurant and Cafe)
to C3 (Residential) to form 2 flats at ground
floor (Revised scheme following refusal of
8/14/0152)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr Simon Hallam
Agent:
18/11/2014
Officer:
Aspire Architects
LLP - M Stevens
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection 1 other letter
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Rec 07/11/2014 - NO OBJECTION, subject to the
following condition(s):
The development hereby permitted shall not be
occupied or utilised until the parking indicated on
the submitted details has been constructed.
Thereafter, these areas shall be maintained, kept
free from obstruction and available for the
purposes specified.
The existing highway vehicular crossings shall be
expunged and reinstated as raised footway with full
face kerb within 2 months of the new access being
brought into use.
Reason: In the interests of road safety.
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0487 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
01/12/2014
Location
Bostwick Farm Matchams Lane
Proposal
Retention of storage containers
Logged Date: 16/Oct/2014
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Agent:
Mr D Smith
11/11/14
Officer:
Kevin Chilvers
Process
Sheerin Bettle
Architecture - J
Green
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0447 Full
26/11/2014
Logged Date: 14/Oct/2014
Location
53 River Way
Proposal
Single storey extension to front and rear with
attached flat roof garage to side (AMENDED
PLANS)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Pawelec
Agent:
18/11/2014
Officer:
Foxwood Designs
Jo Cleaves
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection
Consultee Response
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0476 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
01/12/2014
Logged Date: 10/Oct/2014
Location
Land to the rear of 12 Dudmoor Farm Road
Proposal
Change of use from residential outbuildings
(sheds) to dog grooming facility
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Miss S Rutter
Agent:
4/11/14
Officer:
Aspire Architects
LLP - M Stevens
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0498 Full
28/11/2014
Logged Date: 09/Oct/2014
Location
Existing mast site St Catherines Hill
Proposal
Installation of 2no. dipole antennas, a 1.8m
diameter satellite dish and development
ancillary thereto including 2no. GPS
antennas. (Re-submission of scheme
withdrawn under Application 8/14/0435)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Arqiva Ltd
Agent:
4/11/14
Officer:
Waldon Telecom Ltd
Kevin Chilvers
Process
COM
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of support
Consultee Response
Natural England
Hurn Parish Council
weeklywardlistrpt
Rec 27/10/2014 - No objection - no conditions
requested.
Rec 15/10/2014 - No objection.
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0458 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
25/11/2014
Logged Date: 07/Oct/2014
Location
Iford Golf Centre Riverside Avenue
Applicant
Proposal
Create Adventure Golf facility on existing
Putting Green and revision of existing car
parking area
Member Referral Date
Playgolf Management Ltd
Agent:
4/11/14
Officer:
ADP Ltd - S Belcham
Kim Bowditch
Process
COM
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Hurn Parish Council
Rec 20/10/2014 - No objection.
Target Date:
8/14/0478 Full
18/11/2014
Logged Date: 03/Oct/2014
Location
34 Burford Close
Proposal
Retrospective application for an extension to
the existing fence
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr M Thacker
Agent:
4/11/14
Officer:
Diana Mezzogori-Curran
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection 1 letter of support
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
weeklywardlistrpt
Rec 20/10/2014 - No objection to the proposal.
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0454 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
14/11/2014
Logged Date: 01/Oct/2014
Location
11a Cross Way
Applicant
Proposal
Erection of 2 storey extension to side, single
storey extension to rear and double garage
Member Referral Date
M Oates
Agent:
18/11/2014
Officer:
Roger Wilkinson
Architectural &
Building Services
Tim Furmidge
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0436 CLEUD
11/11/2014
Logged Date: 18/Sep/2014
Location
Longcroft Barrack Road
Proposal
Certificate of lawfulness for the erection and
retention of a steel clad dwelling
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr P Dick
Agent:
14/10/2014
Officer:
HLF Planning - D
Bevan
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of support
Consultee Response
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0433 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
07/11/2014
Logged Date: 17/Sep/2014
Location
20 Bosley Way
Proposal
Single storey extension to rear with enlarged
new roof over property and new porch
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr R Jeffery
Agent:
21/10/2014
Scott Worsfold
Associates
Officer:
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Planning Application 8/14/0433 is hereby approved, in accordance with plan numbers 14-886-01 received
on 3rd September 2014 and 14-886-02 - B received on the 27th October 2014 as it is the view of the
Council that the development authorised by this permission satisfies the requirements of the National
Planning Policy Framework and Policies H12 of the Borough of Christchurch Local Plan (2001) and HE2,
KS12 of the Christchurch and East Dorset Local Plan Core Strategy (2014). The attached conditions are
required in order to ensure the development, once commenced or constructed, continues to comply with
the policies set out above.
This planning permission does not convey the right to enter land or to carry out works affecting or
crossing the boundary with land which is not within your control without the land owners consent. This
is, however, a civil matter and this planning consent is granted without prejudice to this.
This permission is granted under Town and Country Planning legislation and does not alter or impinge
upon the rights of adjoining landowners under common law or under the Party Wall Act 1996. If any part
of the development is physically attached to, or relies for support on, the neighbouring property the
consent of the relevant landowners/occupiers will need to be obtained under the provisions of the Party
Wall Act 1996.
The applicant is advised that in the event that a bat is discovered during building works then all work will
immediately cease and Natural England can be contacted on 01929 557450 and further advice sought.
In accordance with paragraphs 186 and 187 of the NPPF Christchurch Borough Council (CBC) takes a
positive and proactive approach to development proposals focused on solutions. CBC work with
applicants/agents in a positive and proactive manner by;
•
offering a pre-application advice service, and
•
as appropriate updating applications/agents of any issues that may arise in the processing of their
application and where possible suggesting solutions.
•
the applicant/agent was updated of any issues after the initial site visit,
•
was provided with pre-application advice,
•
the applicant was provided the opportunity to submit amendments to the scheme/ address issues which
were found to be acceptable and permission was granted.
•
an extension of time was agreed
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0441 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
03/11/2014
Logged Date: 16/Sep/2014
Location
1 Grasmere Close
Proposal
Erection of single storey extension and
modification of existing conservatory (revised
scheme following withdrawal of 8/14/0356)
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr S Richardson
Agent:
14/10/2014
Officer:
Structural
Consultancy
Services - B Morton
Tim Furmidge
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Subjecto to final comments of tree officer
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0412 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
Location
Proposal
17/11/2014
Logged Date: 28/Aug/2014
Chapel Lane, Parley - Adjacent to Eco
Sustainable Solutions Ltd (adjacent to a Right
of Way)
Extension of solar energy farm to cover an
area of 7.2 hectares of land between existing
Phase 1 and Phase 2 solar farms and
connection to the local distribution network
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr T Dampney
Agent:
07/10/2014
Officer:
Alliance Planning
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Bournemouth Borough Council
West Parley Parish Council
Dorset Wildlife Trust
Rec 10/09/2014 - Previous comments still relevant,
do not wish to comment further
Rec 18/09/2014 - no objection to the current
application as it is infill within the existing Phase 1
and 2 developments.
Rec 20/10/2014 - We have an interest in this
proposal due to its potential impacts on the East
Parley Common SNCI SU00/100 which has been
identified as of importance for its areas of dry and
wet heath and remnant mire, supporting 11 Dorset
Notable Species.
We support the comments made by Natural
England in their letter of 15 October. We
recommend that the Council defers decision until
the further information requested by Natural
England is submitted by the applicant.
Additionally we have concerns that this
development could negatively affect the SNCI .
The proposed locations of the solar panels
between the 2 SNCI compartments and between
one of the compartments and the designated site
(Parley Common SSSI, SPA, SAC, Ramsar) will
further isolate the SNCI habitats and likely affect
movement of species between sites, especially as
the survey carried out by the developer indicates
good connecting habitat within the area proposed
for solar panels as shown on Figure 2 Extended
Phase 1 Habitat Survey Map of the preliminary
Ecological Appraisal.
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Date 11/11/2014
WARD:
St Catherine's and Hurn
East Midlands Airport
Rec 01/10/2014 - The proposed development has
been examined from an aerodrome safeguarding
aspect and does not conflict with safeguarding
criteria. Accordingly, this department has no
safeguarding objection to the proposal.
Natural England
Rec 17/10/2014 - OBJECTION – further
information required.
The applicant has not provided sufficient
information to allow Natural England to advise your
authority that the development will not harm
species which are protected under the Habitats
Regulations 2010 in particular smooth snakes and
sand lizards . These species and their foraging and
resting places are strictly protected under the
Habitats Regulations. They are known from the
adjacent Parley Common SSSI and are typical
species for the SAC. Given the proximity of similar
habitats in the SNCIs and rough grassland habitat
in the development area a reptile survey is
required to determine the value of the development
area for the European Protected Species (EPS)
from both a protected species but also a European
designated site perspective. The habitat is also a
potentially important foraging area for SPA birds
such as woodlark, no survey information is
available.
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Date 11/11/2014
WARD:
St Catherine's and Hurn
Environment Agency
Rec 17/09/2014 - no objection to the application
but we recommend the following informatives are
included on any permission granted
Surface Water Management
Whilst we accept the principle that volumes of
surface water will not be significantly increased by
the development, there is the potential for drainage
patterns and concentrations to be adversely
impacted. For this reason, we have following
advice with regards to surface water flows. You
should also consult your local drainage engineer to
establish if there are any further requirements.
INFORMATIVE
Measures to offer betterment on existing surface
water rates and volumes to reduce flood risk
elsewhere should be included given the scale of
the development. The installation of swales on the
downstream boundaries of the sites would ensure
that there is no change on drainage patterns from
the development. These should be installed prior to
construction to manage the risk of changes during
these operations.
Land Drainage Consent
INFORMATIVE
If any work obstruct the flow of a watercourse
(permanently or temporarily, including culverting)
you will require prior Land Drainage Consent from
Dorset County Council as the Lead Local Flood
Authority. You are advised to contact the Flood
Risk Management team at Dorset County Council
to discuss requirements.
Pollution Prevention During Construction
INFORMATIVE
Safeguards should be implemented during the
construction phase to minimise the risks of
pollution from the development. Such safeguards
should cover:
- the use of plant and machinery
- oils/chemicals and materials
- the use and routing of heavy plant and vehicles
- the location and form of work and storage areas
and compounds
- the control and removal of spoil and wastes
All works must be undertaken in accordance with
the Environment Agency's Pollution Prevention
Guidelines
Access Tracks Construction
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
St Catherine's and Hurn
INFORMATIVE
Use of road planings (tarmac scalpings) for track
construction requires a Use of Waste in
Construction exemption (U1) under the
Environmental Permitting (England and Wales)
Regulations 2010. It allows the use of suitable
wastes for small scale construction but does not
allow treatment of wastes to be carried out unless
covered by a different exemption.
Hurn Parish Council
Rec 15/09/2014 - No objections
Target Date:
8/14/0362 CLEUD
15/09/2014
Logged Date: 24/Jul/2014
Location
The Stables Dudmoor Farm Road
Proposal
Certificate of lawfulness for the change of use
of the existing stable as a residential dwelling
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr N Robinson
Agent:
19/8/14
Officer:
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To NOT LAWFUL
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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WARD:
8/14/0327 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
Location
Proposal
01/09/2014
Logged Date: 14/Jul/2014
The Office Parley Court Farm Parley Green
Lane (Within curtilage of a Grade II Listed
Building)
Roof, window and door replacement, external
refurbishment works, internal alterations to
existing building situated within curtilage of a
Grade II Listed Building. Change of use of 1st
floor from C3 (Residential) to B1 (Office).
Demolition of existing conservatory
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr T Dampney
Agent:
05/08/2014
P H Warr plc
Officer:
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Awaiting confirmation of UU re transport constributions
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Hurn Parish Council
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Rec 30/07/2014 - No objection to the proposal.
Rec 18/08/2014 - No objection
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WARD:
8/14/0264 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
16/07/2014
Logged Date: 04/Jun/2014
Location
12 (Stable Cottage) & 13 Dudmoor Farm Road
Proposal
Change of use of exsiting dwelling (C3) to
Offices (B1). Change of use of existing office
(B1) to a dwelling (C3)
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Miss S Rutter
Agent:
1/7/14
Officer:
Aspire Architects
LLP - M Stevens
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Subject to consideration of implications of adjacent residential appeal decision - awaiting completion of
Section 106
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Rec 10/06/2014 - NO OBJECTION to the proposal
but it should be noted that Dudmoor Farm Road
is a private street and not public highway
maintainable at public expense and that the red
line boundary doesn’t extend to the public highway.
The applicant should be advised that the Advance
Payments Code under Sections 219-225 of the
Highways Act 1980 may apply in this instance.
The Code secures payment towards the future
making-up of a private street prior to the
commencement of any building works associated
with residential, commercial and industrial
development. The intention of the Code is to
reduce the liability of potential road charges on any
future purchasers which may arise if the private
street is not made-up to a suitable standard and
adopted as publicly maintained highway. Further
information is available from Dorset County
Council’s Developer-Led Infrastructure team. They
can be reached by telephone at 01305 225401, by
email at [email protected], or in writing at
Developer-Led Infrastructure, Dorset County
Council, County Hall, Dorchester, DT1 1XJ.
To fight fires effectively the Fire and Rescue
Service needs to be able to manoeuvre its
equipment and appliances to within a specified
distance of any premises. The applicant should be
advised to consult with Building Control and Dorset
Fire and Rescue Service to ensure that Fire
Safety - Approved Document B of The Building
Regulations 2000 - can be fully complied with as
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St Catherine's and Hurn
this may be an issue.
Target Date:
8/14/0122 Full
19/06/2014
Logged Date: 09/May/2014
Location
Hurn View House 5 Aviation Park West
Proposal
Re-site Bio-Treatment plant to new land and
place portable building at the end of the site
nearest 'Meggitts' Extend car park up to the
portable building and fence boundary
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mrs T Moss
03/06/2014
Agent:
Officer:
Jo Cleaves
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Awaiting further information from Applicant
Awaiting legal
Public Consultation
1 other letter
Consultee Response
Environment Agency
Hurn Parish Council
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Rec 23/05/2014 - No objection to the development
, but recommend the following informatives. We
can also offer the following advice regarding flood
risk.
Foul Drainage
The National Planning Policy Framework Planning
Practice Guidance states that when drawing up
wastewater treatment proposals for any
development, the first presumption is to provide a
system of foul drainage discharging into a public
sewer to be treated at a public sewage treatment
works (those provided and operated by the water
and sewerage companies). This should be done in
consultation with the sewerage company of the
area.
Where a connection to a public foul sewer is not
feasible (in terms of cost and/or practicality) a
package sewage treatment plant can be
considered. The package sewage treatment plant
should offer treatment so that the final discharge
from it meets the standards set by the required
Environment Agency Environmental Permit
A proposal for a package sewage treatment plant
and infrastructure should set out clearly the
responsibility and means of operation and
management to ensure that the permit is not likely
to be infringed in the life of the plant.
Rec 19/05/2014 - No comments
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
8/06/0372 Renew
20/10/2010
Logged Date: 22/Jun/2006
Location
Bournemouth Sports Club, Chapel Gate
Proposal
Renewal of planning permission 8/01/0462 for
outline planning permission for the erection
of 2 indoor sports buildings and extension of
the main clubhouse building and associated
car parking areas
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Bournemouth Sports Club
Agent:
26/7/06
Miller. Martin
Officer:
Giles Moir
Process
COM
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Additional information received 25th August 2010 - Flood Risk Assessment
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
East Midlands Airport
Hurn Parish Council
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Rec 30/6/06 - Request for further info.
Rec 13/07/2006 - No objection but would like to
make the following conditions, external lighting
must be flat glass, full cut off design with horizontal
mountings and ensures there is no light spill. No
building shall be constructed higher than
neighbouring builidngs. Any construction work
must comply with Safeguarding of Aerodromes
Advice Note 4, Cranes and Other Construction
Issues, whereby if a crane is required the airport
must be notified prior to work commencing. All
landscaping must comply withAdvice Note 3,
Potential Bird Hazards from Amenity Landscaping
and Building Control.
Rec 23/9/2010 - we have no objections to the
proposed renewal provding the following condtions
from the previous consent are replicated on any
new consent.
Rec 13/07/2006 - No Objection
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Date 11/11/2014
WARD:
St Catherine's and Hurn
Environment Agency
Rec13/07/2006 - Object as there is no Flood Risk
Assessment.
Rec 4/8/06 - Remove objection following receipt of
letter from Mr M Miller. Considered that
confirmation that ' all surface water from the
proposed development will be discharged to
soakaways' constitutes a basic flood risk
assessment. Further comments re. Land drainage
consent & that any culverting of watercourse
requires the prior written approval of the EA.
Natural England
Transport Development
Management
East Dorset District Council
Sport England
Count of applications:
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Rec 23/9/200 - we have no objection to the
proposed development subject to the following
condtions and informatives being included in any
planning permission granted.
Rec 20/09/2010 - No Comments
Rec 18/07/2006 - No Objection
Rec 6/7/06 - EDDC surprised that scheme
received PP in first place & wishes to object to the
renewal on the grounds that it would be
inappropriate development in the green belt &
would conflict with the openess of the Green Belt
and the purpose of including land in it.
Rec 6/7/06 - Supported the original application
(8/01/0462) & wishes to support the renewal.
28
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0509 Full
Town Centre
Target Date:
15/12/2014
Logged Date: 23/Oct/2014
Location
Twynham School, Sopers Lane
Applicant
Proposal
Erection of 2 storey block of 6 classrooms
Member Referral Date
Twynham School
Agent:
18/11/2014
Officer:
Alison Underwood
Process
Dorset County
Council - Peter
Moore
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0504 Ad
04/12/2014
Logged Date: 20/Oct/2014
Location
22 Saxon Square (Robert Dyas Ltd) (within
Christchurch Central Conservation Area)
Proposal
Replacement of 1x illuminated fascia
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Robert Dyas Ltd
Agent:
18/11/2014
Officer:
Zillwoods Limited
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0457 Full
Town Centre
Target Date:
02/12/2014
Logged Date: 16/Oct/2014
Location
25 Barrack Road (Dukes)
Applicant
Proposal
Change of use from A4 (Public House) to A4
(Public House) with A5 (Hot Food Takeaway)
Member Referral Date
Mrs P Cherrett
11/11/14
Officer:
Agent:
Tim Furmidge
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Environment Agency
Rec 24/10/2014 - No objection to the proposal.
Rec 30/10/2014 - No Comments to make.
Target Date:
8/14/0455 Full
10/11/2014
Logged Date: 19/Sep/2014
Location
122 Stour Road
Proposal
Erection of single storey rear and 2 storey
side extensions
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Scott
Agent:
21/10/2014
Officer:
Foxwood Designs
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0352 Ad
Town Centre
Target Date:
06/10/2014
Logged Date: 12/Aug/2014
Location
Saxon Square Shopping Centre (Christchurch
Central Conservation Area)
Proposal
Installation of 3 x internally illuminated
direction signs, 4 x internally illuminated
fascia signs and 29 non-illuminated
projecting signs
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr B Taylor
Agent:
2/9/14
DDA Display - J
Laverack
Officer:
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Conservation Officer CBC
Rec 18/08/2014 - Whilst some of the elements (the
Projecting and Directory Signs) are acceptable
subject to detail changes and Condition, Signs A –
D are entirely inappropriate and would merely add
to the existing visually and materially inappropriate
signage, contrary to the aims and aspirations of
the Council, as outlined in their published
Conservation Area Appraisal and Shopfronts and
Advertising Design Guide.
With this major shortcoming in mind, the proposals
as here presented cannot be supported from a
Conservation Standpoint and I would therefore
recommend that they be rejected.
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0285 Full
Town Centre
Target Date:
30/07/2014
Logged Date: 10/Jun/2014
Location
Christchurch Sailing Club The Quay
(Christchurch Central Conservation Area)
Proposal
Erection of single storey first floor extension
to rear (SE elevation)
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr R Cobelli
Agent:
1/7/14
Officer:
Aspire Architects
LLP - M Stevens
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
COM
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Planning Application 8/14/0078 is hereby approved, in accordance with plan numbers ASP.13.057.001
revision C, ASP.13.057.009 received on 22nd May 2014 and ASP.13.057.006 revision B, ASP.13.057.007
revision B, ASP.13.057.008 revision B received on 7th August 2014 unless otherwise agreed in writing
with the Local Planning Authority as it is the view of the Council that the development authorised by this
permission satisfies the requirements of the National Planning Policy Framework and Policies BE4,
BE16, ENV7, ENV8 of the Borough of Christchurch Local Plan (2001) and KS3 and KS12 of the
Christchurch and East Dorset Local Plan Core Strategy (2014). The attached conditions are required in
order to ensure the development, once commenced or constructed, continues to comply with the policies
set out above.
In accordance with paragraphs 186 and 187 of the NPPF Christchurch Borough Council (CBC) takes a
positive and proactive approach to development proposals focused on solutions. CBC work with
applicants/agents in a positive and proactive manner by;
•
offering a pre-application advice service, and
•
as appropriate updating applications/agents of any issues that may arise in the processing of their
application and where possible suggesting solutions.
•
The applicant was provided the opportunity to submit address issues which were found to be acceptable
and permission was granted.
•
was provided with pre-application advice,
•
the application was dealt with/approved without delay.
Public Consultation
27 letters of objection 1 letter of support
Consultee Response
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0251 Full
Town Centre
Target Date:
11/07/2014
Logged Date: 02/Jun/2014
Location
Rear of 1-3 High Street (Town Centre
Conservation Area)
Proposal
Erection of 2½ storey building comprising 4x2
bed and 5x1 bed maisonettes (9 in total) and
227m² of commercial floor space (A1 Retail,
A2 Financial and Professional, B1 Offices &
D2 Assembley & Leisure) with associated
parking and access from Sopers Lane
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr A Brown
Agent:
30/09/2014
Officer:
Ellis and Partners D Rainback
Kim Bowditch
Process
COM
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Archaeological investigations required - extension of time requested.
Public Consultation
4 letters of objection
Consultee Response
Planning Policy Team Leader CBC
Rec 23/10/2014 - My comments in relation to this
application are restricted to the following issues:
•
Mix of Uses
•
Contributions
•
Affordable Housing
Commercial Uses: The application site is located
to the rear of the High Street and the Primary
Shopping Frontage identified in Policy CH3 of the
Core Strategy but within the Primary Shopping
Area. The proposal for 237sqm of A1 retail
floorspace is appropriate in this location at ground
floor level, providing a continuation of an active
retail frontage from the High Street and
contributing to retail floorspace requirements
identified in Policy KS8.
Residential Units: The principle of residential
development in this location above ground floor
level is accepted and will make a contribution to
housing requirements identified in Policy KS4 of
the Core Strategy and the Town Centre Vision set
out in Core Strategy Policy CH1. The Bournemouth
and Poole Strategic Housing Market Assessment
(2011) identifies local housing need and assesses
future housing need by tenure and size. In terms of
market housing greatest demand is for 2 and 3 bed
dwellings in Christchurch with very limited demand
for 1 bedroom dwellings for market housing. In
terms of affordable housing, greatest demand is for
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Date 11/11/2014
Town Centre
1 and 2 bed dwellings, however no affordable
housing is proposed as part of this scheme.
Affordable Housing Provision: Detailed pre
application advice has been provided by the
Christchurch development management team on
this proposal prior to adoption of the Core Strategy
and prior to the 14th March when guidance was
issued regarding the status of the Core Strategy in
decision making. In this respect, pre application
advice has been provided in accordance with
Policy H8 of the 2001 Christchurch Local Plan.
Policy H8 required affordable housing on sites of
15 or more dwellings or on residential sites of 1
hectare or more. As such the Council has not
requested an affordable housing contribution for 9
dwellings.
Contributions: This development is liable to make a
payment in accordance with the adopted Dorset
Heathlands Planning Framework to mitigate
increased recreational pressure on the Dorset
Heaths.
Natural England
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The proposal is also liable to make a contribution
under the South East Dorset Transport
Contributions Scheme. I understand that Dorset
County Council have advised on uplift in trip
generation from the proposal and have concluded
that the proposal would result in a decrease in trips
and no contribution is required.
Rec 11/06/2014 - Natural England objects to this
application proposal unless the applicant
contributes to the mitigation set out in the SPD in
accordance with the levels and procedures for this
contribution.
This advice on mitigation also applies in meeting
legislative and policy considerations on the
protection, conservation and enhancement of the
heathland SSSIs and Ramsar site.
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Date 11/11/2014
Town Centre
Wessex Water
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Rec 10/06/2014 - Wessex Water can advise the
following comments in response to your
consultation letter.
Water Supply and Waste Connections
Please note that Semcorp Bournemouth Water is
responsible for Water Supply in this area.
Waste water connections will be required from
Wessex Water to serve this proposed
development. Application forms and guidance
information is available from the Developer
Services web-pages at our website
www.wessexwater.co.uk
Please note that DEFRA intend to implement new
regulations that will require the adoption of all new
private sewers. All connections subject to these
new regulations will require a signed adoption
agreement with Wessex Water before any
drainage works commence.
Further information can be obtained from our New
Connections Team by telephoning 01225 526333
for Waste Water.
Protection of Existing Assets
A public rising main is shown on record plans
within the land identified for the proposed
development. It appears that development
proposals may affect existing infrastructure. It is
recommended that the applicant contacts Wessex
Water Sewer Protection Team for further advice on
this matter.
Building over existing infrastructure will not be
permitted (without agreement) from Wessex Water
under Building Regulations.
Building Near to a Public Sewer/Rising Main
No building will be permitted within the statutory
easement width of 3 metres from the pipeline
without agreement from Wessex Water. Please
telephone our Sewer Protection Team to discuss
further 01225 526333.
Sprinklers
Non domestic supplies required for firefighting or
commercial use will require assessment with
networks modelling subject to design
requirements. We will normally recommend the
use of storage tanks where network capacity is not
available or where off site reinforcement is
necessary to provide the stated demand.
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Date 11/11/2014
WARD:
Town Centre
Transport Development
Management
DCC Archaeologist
Rec 23/06/2014 - NO OBJECTION, subject to the
following condition(s):
The development hereby permitted shall not be
occupied or utilised until the cycle parking
indicated on the submitted details have been
constructed. Thereafter, these shall be
maintained, kept free from obstruction and
available for the purposes specified.
Reason: In the interests of road safety.
Rec 30/06/2014 - The site of the proposed
development lies within the historic core of
Christchurch. Known archaeological remains in
the vicinity include, to the south-west, Scheduled
Monument 1002371 ('Site of Town Walls in, and E
of, Druitt Gardens') which covers part of the town's
Saxon defences and, to the east and north, the
Saxon remains recorded in Saxon Square and the
early Saxon cemetery recorded on the
supermarket site across Fountain Way.
Hence, it is likely that the proposed development
would affect archaeological remains, and so I
advise that Christchurch Borough Council should
request the applicant to carry out an archaeological
evaluation of the proposed development, before
determination, in order for an informed planning
decision to be made. It would also be appropriate
for the applicant to assess the impact of the
proposed development on the setting of the nearby
Scheduled Monument.
Count of applications:
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0493 Full
West Highcliffe
Target Date:
05/01/2015
Logged Date: 11/Nov/2014
Location
3 Clive Road
Applicant
Proposal
Extend and convert existing garage to form
habitable accommodation
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Coombs
2/12/14
Officer:
Agent:
Diana Mezzogori-Curran
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0513 Full
22/12/2014
Logged Date: 06/Nov/2014
Location
47 Smugglers Lane North
Proposal
Sever land and erect 1 x 4 bed chalet
bungalow with garage following demolition of
existing garage
Applicant
Member Referral Date
AJ Housing Ltd
Agent:
2/12/14
Officer:
Anders Roberts &
Assoc
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0537 Full
West Highcliffe
Target Date:
17/12/2014
Location
9 Buckland Grove
Proposal
Erection of conservatory to rear
Logged Date: 31/Oct/2014
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs JJ Swaine
Agent:
25/11/14
Officer:
Diana Mezzogori-Curran
Process
Ernest Hague
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0467 Full
16/12/2014
Logged Date: 24/Oct/2014
Location
18 Primrose Way
Proposal
Erection of single storey rear extension and
formation of first storey extension over
existing garage
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr M Dewey
Agent:
18/11/14
David Arthur
Officer:
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of support
Consultee Response
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0511 Full
West Highcliffe
Target Date:
09/12/2014
Logged Date: 22/Oct/2014
Location
6 Birchwood Close
Applicant
Proposal
Single storey ground floor rear extension and
new dormer to front elevation
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs K Dingley
Agent:
18/11/14
Officer:
David Mann Architect
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 other letter
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0516 Full
08/12/2014
Location
101 Forest Way
Proposal
Porch infill to side of property
Logged Date: 21/Oct/2014
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mrs Newman
Agent:
11/11/14
Zenith Staybrite
Officer:
Diana Mezzogori-Curran
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0443 Full
West Highcliffe
Target Date:
08/12/2014
Logged Date: 21/Oct/2014
Location
87 The Meadway
Applicant
Proposal
Erection of single storey extension to side
following demolition of the existing garage
Member Referral Date
18/11/2014
Officer:
Agent:
Mr A Burgess
Jo Cleaves
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0499 Full
03/12/2014
Logged Date: 17/Oct/2014
Location
14 Rossley Close
Proposal
Roof enlargement to provide additional
accomodation at 1st floor level to include
dormer windows and roof lights. Erection of
rear single storey pitched roof extension and
demolish existing conservatory
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Mahony
Agent:
11/11/2014
Chris Morris
Officer:
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 11/11/2014
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0463 Full
West Highcliffe
Target Date:
02/12/2014
Logged Date: 16/Oct/2014
Location
10 Pine Crescent
Applicant
Proposal
2 storey extension to side to provide ancillary
annexe
Member Referral Date
Mr G West
Agent:
11/11/14
Officer:
John Lewis and
Associates - Mr J
Lewis
Tim Furmidge
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Rec 07/11/2014 - No objection to the proposal.
Target Date:
8/14/0484 Full
27/11/2014
Logged Date: 07/Oct/2014
Location
19 Terrington Avenue
Applicant
Proposal
Erection of single storey extension to rear
following demolition of existing extension
and conservatory
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Hamm
Agent:
18/11/2014
Officer:
The Design Studio C Morris
Tim Furmidge
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Count of applications:
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Development Services Appeal Progress Schedule for w/c 11 November 2014
Planning Code, Location
Address and Inspectorate
Reference
8/13/0082
Land r/o 44 Purewell (Purwell
Conservation Area) BH23 1ES
Proposal
Type of
Appeal
Case
officer
Start Date
Questionnaire and
Supporting Documents
Statements
Due
Sent
Due
Sent
Final
Comment
Date
Site Visit
Date
Hearing or
Inquiry Date
Demolition of existing workshop and erection Written Rep
of 2 storey 2 bed detached dwelling
KB
24/01/2014
07/02/2014
05/02/2014
07/03/2014
07/03/2014
28/03/2014
N/a
Written Rep
Sever land and erect 1x4 bed detached
dwelling with associated parking and access
from Woodhayes Road. Erect 2 storey
extension to the southen elevation of the
existing property. Demolish existing garage
JMC
22/05/2014
05/06/2014
29/05/2014
26/06/2014
26/06/2014
24/07/2014
N/a
Written Rep
The use of land and the replacement of
existing established use of 2 no. residential
caravans with a single dwelling house (resubmission)
KC
24/06/2014
08/07/2014
01/07/2014
29/07/2014
29/07/2014
26/08/2014
N/a
15/09/2014
23/09/2014
N/a
Decision
and Date
APP/E1210/A/14/2212353
8/13/0515
1 Woodhayes Avenue BH23 4RW
APP/E1210/A/14/2218766
8/13/0316
17 Dudmoor Farm Road BH23 6AQ
APP/E1210/A/14/2220643
8/12/0514
Berry Hill Purification Works, Watery
Lane, Throop (CONSULTATION
ONLY)
Access track and Bailey Bridge to serve
Berry Hill Sewage Treatment Works
(CONSULTATION ONLY)
Hearing
KB
14/07/2014
28/07/2014
Variation of Condition 2 so as to allow
changes to the ground floor layout
(increasing living space to flat 1 and
decreasing the number of seperate shop
units by 1)
Written Rep
JMC
07/08/2014
21/08/2014
14/08/2014
25/09/2014
24/09/2014
09/10/2014
Retrospective application for the erection of Written Rep
a boundary wall (AMENDED DESCRIPTION)
MS
20/08/2014
03/09/2014
27/08/2014
24/09/2014
17/09/2014
22/10/2014
Written Rep
Outline application for the erection of an
A1(Retail) warehouse park to provide a new
food store with associated changes to the
highway and car parking arrangement
(matters for consideration are access and
layout) (Revised scheme following grant of
KC
05/09/2014
19/09/2014
12/09/2014
10/10/2014
10/10/2014
07/11/2014
18/08/2014
APP/C1245/A/2221524
8/14/0046
The Royalty Inn 60 Bargates
APP/E1210/A/14/2223283
8/14/0194
1 Hestan Close BH23 2TG
21/10/2014
N/a
APP/E1210/A/14/2223910
8/13/0474
Meteor Retail Park Somerford Road
BH23 3RU
APP/E1210/A/14/2224606
appealprogschedulerpt
N/a
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Development Services Appeal Progress Schedule for w/c 11 November 2014
Planning Code, Location
Address and Inspectorate
Reference
8/13/0550
Proposal
Formation of 2x studio flats in roofspace
Type of
Appeal
Case
officer
Start Date
Questionnaire and
Supporting Documents
Statements
Due
Sent
Due
Sent
Final
Comment
Date
Site Visit
Date
Hearing or
Inquiry Date
Written Rep
KB
10/09/2014
24/09/2014
15/09/2014
15/10/2014
15/10/2014
12/11/2014
N/a
Conversion of existing garage in to a self Written Rep
contained studio apartment with access from
Stanley Road
KC
18/09/2014
02/10/2014
24/09/2014
23/10/2014
23/10/2014
20/11/2014
N/a
Written Rep
Demolition of existing buildings and
structures. Redevelop site to provide a new
food store (Class A1) with associated
undercroft and surface parking, servicing,
pedestrian access (including new link to
Bridge Street) and vehicular access
KC
22/09/2014
06/10/2014
26/09/2014
27/10/2014
27/10/2014
24/11/2014
N/a
Written Rep
Conversion of existing roof space to 2x
studio flats to include roof lights to front and
rear
KB
08/10/2014
22/10/2014
15/10/2014
12/11/2014
10/12/2014
N/a
Erection of 11 x 2 bed dwellings with integral
garages and associated access and parking
following demolition of the existing
KC
15/10/2014
29/10/2014
16/10/2014
19/11/2014
17/12/2014
09/12/2014
Decision
and Date
9 The Grove BH23 2EX
APP/E1210/A/14/2224976
8/13/0544
R/o 350/350a Lymington Road BH23
5EY
APP/E1210/A/14/2225627
8/13/0366
Land West of Stony Lane and North of
Bridge Street (Formerly Beagle Aircraft
Ltd) & (Formerly Car Sales Garage)
APP/E1210/A/14/2225348
8/13/0489
23-25A Purewell (Purewell
Conservation Area) BH23 1EH
APP/E1210/A/14/2226057
8/13/0459
60 Purewell (Priory Engineering Co
Ltd) (within Purewell Conservation
Area) BH23 1ES
Hearing
APP/E1210/A/14/2226773
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