Weekly Progress Report - West Christchurch Residents Association

CHRISTCHURCH BOROUGH COUNCIL
PLANNING SERVICES
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT ON
CURRENT PLANNING APPLICATIONS
SORTED BY WARD
20 January 2015
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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Date 20/01/2015
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0627 Full
Burton & Winkton
Target Date:
12/02/2015
Logged Date: 15/Jan/2015
Location
37 Martins Hill Lane
Proposal
Erection of two storey side extension
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mrs C Smith
Agent:
10/02/15
Turner Brian
Officer:
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 20/01/2015
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
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 (Additional
plan recieved 05/11/2014).
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
1.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, and was provided the
opportunity to submit amendments to the scheme/ address issues which were found to be acceptable
and permission was granted.
2.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.
3.Implementation of this consent is subject to a unilateral undertaking dated
5th December 2014 to
secure the appropriate contribution in relation to Heathland mitigation as required by the Dorset
Heathlands Planning Framework 2012-2014 Supplementary Planning Document.
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
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Date 20/01/2015
Burton & Winkton
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
Burton Parish Council
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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.
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.
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Date 20/01/2015
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
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
Officer:
Quantum Group - N
White
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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Date 20/01/2015
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
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:
Quantum Group - C
Wilsdon
Alex Sebbinger
Process
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
Count of applications:
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Date 20/01/2015
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
Grange
Target Date:
8/14/0607 Full
02/02/2015
Logged Date: 17/Dec/2014
Location
Quantock Court Hunt Road
Proposal
Removal of concrete/tarmac to create new
grass area, construction of timber bin stores
and raised planters. Re-align fence and
create new access gate. Install low level
informal play features, growing beds for
residents and tree planting
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr W Nelson
Agent:
27/01/2015
Officer:
Aileen Shackell
Landscape Design
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection
Consultee Response
Count of applications:
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Date 20/01/2015
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
Highcliffe
Target Date:
8/15/0004 Full
04/03/2015
Logged Date: 20/Jan/2015
Location
11 Hinton Wood Avenue
Applicant
Proposal
2 Storey extension forming garage, new
entrance, utility room, bedroom with en suite
and pitched roof to existing dormers
Member Referral Date
Mr I Nichols
10/02/15
Officer:
Agent:
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0621 LA
12/01/2015
Logged Date: 07/Jan/2015
Location
Highcliffe St Marks Ce Vc First School
Proposal
Erection of a wooden building (2.97m wide x
1.88m deep x 2.03m high one meter to the
west of an existing modular classroom. For
educational use (sensory shed)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mrs K Boynton
Agent:
03/02/2015
Officer:
Malcolm Mawbey
Jo Cleaves
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To NO OBJECTION
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
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Rec 06/01/2015 - No objection to the proposal.
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Date 20/01/2015
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
Highcliffe
Target Date:
8/14/0610 Full
04/02/2015
Logged Date: 17/Dec/2014
Location
18a Buce Hayes Close
Proposal
Sever land and erect 1x2 bed house with
parking following demolition of outbuildings
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Moortown Developments Ltd Agent:
13/01/2015
Officer:
Anders Roberts &
Assoc
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Recommended for approval subject to the completion by 04/02/2015 of a suitably worded Section 106
agreement to secure a contribution towards the Dorset Heathlands Interim Planning Framework and a
contribution towards the SEDTCS. If the contributions are not secured by 04/02/2015 the Local Planning
Authority will refuse planning permission on the grounds that the applicant has failed to demonstrate in
accordance with the Habitat Regulations that the proposals will cause no harm to the SPA and SAC
heathland and the application is not in accordance with the SEDTCS
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Natural England
Transport Development
Management
Rec: 06/01/2015 - 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 12/01/2014 - 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.
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.
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Date 20/01/2015
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
Highcliffe
Target Date:
8/14/0556 Full
13/01/2015
Logged Date: 28/Nov/2014
Location
420 Lymington Road
Proposal
Demolition of existing building and erection
of block of 2 A1 (Retail) shops and 8 (7x1 and
1x2 bed) apartments with bin and cycle store
and access from Poplar Close
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Tony Wood Holdings Ltd
Agent:
06/01/2015
Officer:
Anders Roberts &
Assoc
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To REFUSE
Latest Update
Public Consultation
2 letters of objection
Consultee Response
Wessex Water
Natural England
Transport Development
Management
Rec 04/12/2014: 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.
Rec 18/12/2014 - 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 4/12/14 - has NO OBJECTION to the proposal
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.
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Date 20/01/2015
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
Highcliffe
Target Date:
8/14/0546 Full
12/01/2015
Logged Date: 27/Nov/2014
Location
38 Wharncliffe Road
Proposal
Erection of 1 x 5 bed dwelling following
demolition of the existing property (amended
plan showing details of adjacent dwellings)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Jackson Developments Ltd
Agent:
06/01/2015
Officer:
Anders Roberts &
Assoc
Kevin Chilvers
Process
COM
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
2 letters of objection 2 other letters
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Rec 08/12/2014 - 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.
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
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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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
Jumpers
Target Date:
8/14/0582 Full
10/02/2015
Logged Date: 14/Jan/2015
Location
5 Darwin Avenue
Applicant
Proposal
Enlargement and conversion of roof space.
Erection of single storey rear extension and
external alterations
Member Referral Date
Agent:
Mr Paul Walker
10/02/15
Officer:
Saunders
Architects - T Boyce
Jo Cleaves
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0617 CondR
11/02/2015
Logged Date: 06/Jan/2015
Location
1 Adelaide Close
Proposal
Variation of Condition 3 of Application
8/13/0618 to relocate proposed bungalow to
clear electricity cable along N.W boundary
and improve kitchen area
Applicant
Member Referral Date
AJ Developments Ltd
Agent:
03/02/15
Officer:
Anders Roberts &
Assoc
Jo Cleaves
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 20/01/2015
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
Jumpers
Target Date:
8/14/0611 Full
06/02/2015
Logged Date: 17/Dec/2014
Location
72 Walcott Avenue
Applicant
Proposal
Raise ridge height and form cropped gables
to front and rear, install dormer windows to
sides with false pitches. Ereciton of porch to
front
Member Referral Date
Mr M Berry
Agent:
27/01/2015
Officer:
The Design Studio C Morris
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0608 Full
03/02/2015
Logged Date: 17/Dec/2014
Location
Langham Court Rutland Road
Proposal
Demolition of existing sheds, break out
concrete surface and replace with new grass
area, erect new bin store and sheds, create
new gate and extend eixisting footpath, install
low level play features and growing beds for
residents
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr W Nelson
Agent:
27/01/2015
Officer:
Aileen Shackell
Landscape Design
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection
Consultee Response
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
Jumpers
Target Date:
8/14/0595 Outl
26/01/2015
Logged Date: 11/Dec/2014
Location
41 The Grove
Applicant
Proposal
Outline application for the erection of 3
dwellings (Matter for consideration is access)
(revised scheme following withdrawal of
8/14/0080)
Member Referral Date
Mr J Lammering
Agent:
06/01/15
Officer:
Williams Lester - N
Ham
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Natural England
Transport Development
Management
Rec 23/12/2014 - 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.
Rec 23/12/2014 - The County Highway Authority
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:
Pre-application discussions for this site highlighted
the need for the southern entrance to be signed as
an entrance only due to restricted visibility. The
entrance and exit should therefore be adequately
signed to reinforce this. Furthermore a clear
visibility splay with nothing higher than 600mm is
required from a point 2.4m off the kerb at the
centre of the exit, to the intersection of the
southern boundary with the back of the footway.
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
Jumpers
Target Date:
8/14/0586 Full
20/01/2015
Logged Date: 05/Dec/2014
Location
256 Fairmile Road
Applicant
Proposal
Change of use of existing annexe to sui
generis to be used as a cattery, including the
erection of a single storey outbuilding
Member Referral Date
Mr D Bobbitt
Agent:
20/01/15
Officer:
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To REFUSE
Latest Update
Public Consultation
3 letters of objection
Consultee Response
Count of applications:
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0629 Full
Mudeford & Friars Cliff
Target Date:
13/02/2015
Logged Date: 15/Jan/2015
Location
11 Avon Run Close
Applicant
Proposal
Demolish existing bungalow and detached
double garage. Construct 1 x 4 bed and 2 x 3
bed detached houses with integral double
garages together with access and parking
provisions
Member Referral Date
Mr P Campbell
Agent:
10/02/15
Officer:
Kim Bowditch
Process
Brightspace
Architects Ltd
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0613 Full
05/02/2015
Location
8 Hamilton Close
Proposal
Garage conversion to habitable
accommodation
Logged Date: 07/Jan/2015
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mrs J Fuller
Agent:
03/02/15
David Bamber
Officer:
Diana Mezzogori-Curran
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0619 Full
Mudeford & Friars Cliff
Target Date:
12/02/2015
Logged Date: 06/Jan/2015
Location
8 Capesthorne (Adjacent to Mudeford Quay
Conservation Area)
Proposal
Demolition of existing conservatory, single
storey extension to rear with balcony over.
Formation of integral double garage with
accommodation above incorporating dormer
windows, enlargement and conversion of
roofspace including garden balcony at
second floor level. New vehicular and
pedestrian access from Robins Way.
Conversion of existing garage to storage.
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs G Mowat
Agent:
3/02/15
Officer:
Aspire Architects
LLP - M Stevens
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
2 letters of objection
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0612 Full
10/02/2015
Logged Date: 19/Dec/2014
Location
2 Avon Run Road
Proposal
Erection of 2 storey rear extension and single
storey first floor side extension
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr R Wood
Agent:
13/01/2015
Officer:
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
2 letters of objection
Consultee Response
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0564 Full
Mudeford & Friars Cliff
Target Date:
03/02/2015
Logged Date: 18/Dec/2014
Location
7 Inveravon
Proposal
Single storey extension to rear with balcony
over
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr A Dean
Agent:
20/01/15
Cave Philip
Officer:
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
subject to amended plan
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0580 Full
Mudeford & Friars Cliff
Target Date:
21/01/2015
Logged Date: 09/Dec/2014
Location
5 Kingfisher Way
Proposal
Erection of 1st floor extension to front
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mrs Moore
Agent:
20/01/15
Officer:
Foxwood Designs
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Planning Application 8/14/0580 is hereby approved, in accordance with the drawing stamp dated received
on the 25/11/14, as it is the view of the Council that the development authorised by this permission
satisfies the requirements of Policies KS1, KS12 and HE2 of the Christchurch and East Dorset Local Plan
(2014) and saved policy H12 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
1 letter of objection
Consultee Response
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0577 Full
Mudeford & Friars Cliff
Target Date:
Location
Proposal
16/03/2015
Logged Date: 08/Dec/2014
Extraction: EBB-Tide Delta off Mudeford
Sandbank
Deposition: Beaches between Gundimore &
Friars Cliff (Mudeford Quay Conservation
Area)
Extraction of 20,000m³ of sand and shingle
from northern tip of Mudeford Sandbank
pump via submerged pipeline across 'The
Run' and discharge on Gundimore Beach.
Material to be placed above highwater mark
and profiled in each bay between Gundimore
and Friars Cliff Beaches (AMENDED
DESCRIPTION)
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr L Cass
Agent:
13/01/15
Officer:
Christchurch
Borough Council Jonathan Ross
Kevin Chilvers
Process
COM
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
grant subject to consideration of comments from Committee
Public Consultation
2 letters of objection 3 other letters
Consultee Response
Natural England
Rec 08/01/2014 - No objection to the proposed
development. Natural England advises that the
proposal, if undertaken in strict accordance with
the details submitted, is not likely to damage the
interest features for which the site has been
notified. However this is subject to the following
avoidance measures included in the application
detailed below being fully implemented.
Condition
If any bird species is seen nesting within the
proposal site (or within range for potential
disturbance) works need to cease and an
alternative method applied. Natural England would
be happy to advise further if needed.
Reason: To minimise disturbance to protected
species.
Condition
The Environment Agency should be fully consulted
on the potential impact on migratory fish from this
proposal, and mitigation to minimise the impact is
fully followed under their guidance.
Reason: To minimise adverse impacts to protected
migratory fish.
Condition
In accordance with Environment Agency
guidelines, all reasonable precautions are
undertaken to ensure no pollutants enter the water-
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Mudeford & Friars Cliff
course, protected sites or intertidal area.
Reason: To avoid contamination of the designated
sites and the intertidal environment.
Condition
The Marine Management Organisation are fully
informed of the proposal and confirm in writing that
a Marine License is not required.
Reason: To ensure full adherence of the legal
requirements.
Condition
To adhere to the proposed timings in the
application. If the works are carried out at different
times to stated, Natural England would need to
reassess the potential impacts to the features of
the SSSI and nearby SACs.
Reason: To minimise impacts on the features of
the protected sites.
Environment Agency
New Forest District Council
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Condition
To minimise the impact to land and marine
habitats by vehicle movements the numbers of
vehicles and trippage should be kept to the
absolute minimum required to complete the
proposal. Vehicles are required to stay on
established tracks where possible.
Rec 16/01/2015 - no objection in principle to the
proposed works however we object as we require
further information to be submitted in to ensure
that the application is compliant with the Water
Framework Directive (WFD). This is a requirement
of all permissions that may impact on a water body
as detailed in the National Planning Practice
Guidance
Rec13/01/2015 - No objections to the project and
support the proposed works.
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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:
23/12/14
Officer:
Ken Parke Planning
Consultants - G
Wright
Kevin Chilvers
Process
COM
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
To be considered by next Architects Panel
Amended plans required
Public Consultation
53 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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Mudeford & Friars Cliff
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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Environment Agency
Rec 10/10/2014 - No objection to the proposed
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 .
English Heritage
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.
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.
Count of applications:
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8
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North Highcliffe & Walkford
Target Date:
10/02/2015
Logged Date: 13/Jan/2015
Location
24 Bracken Way
Applicant
Proposal
Single storey rear extension following
demolition of shed. Erect front porch and
mansard link over garage. Roof lights to rear
elevation. Widen existing vehicle access
Member Referral Date
Mr D Crain
10/02/15
Officer:
Agent:
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0624 CLOPD
10/02/2015
Logged Date: 12/Jan/2015
Location
55 Glenville Road
Proposal
Certificate of Lawfulness for a proposed
development of single storey extension to
rear following demolition of existing enclosed
porch
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr C Giddens
Agent:
03/02/2015
Officer:
Diana Mezzogori-Curran
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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8/14/0590 Full
North Highcliffe & Walkford
Target Date:
09/02/2015
Logged Date: 18/Dec/2014
Location
35 Elphinstone Road
Proposal
Erection of extension at first floor at front and
side to include replacement roof. Erect single
storey extensions to front, replace pitched
roof to side extension, erect single storey
extension to rear following demolition of
existing conservatory and erect decking to
rear
Applicant
Member Referral Date
J Mackenzie
Agent:
13/01/2015
Robbins Design
Officer:
Jo Cleaves
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 other letter
Consultee Response
Dorset Wildlife Trust
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Rec 09/01/2015 - Dirsetly to the rear of the
property's garden is Chewton Common SNCI.
Whilst the planning application does not appear to
directly affect Chewton Commeon SNCI, Dorset
Wildlife Trust would like to remind the applicant to
take due care to protect this important habitat, for
examples no vehicles, equipment, materials or
wastedo not infringe the site.
Dorset Wildlife Trust objects to this application until
a bat survey has been completed to establish if
bats are present.
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8/14/0597 Full
North Highcliffe & Walkford
Target Date:
03/02/2015
Logged Date: 17/Dec/2014
Location
55 Walkford Road
Applicant
Proposal
Installation of dormer windows to rear.
Replace existing conservatory roof and
window panel with brick pier
Member Referral Date
Agent:
Dr I Hotton
27/01/2015
Officer:
Alison Underwood
Process
Tremain Julia
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0594 Full
30/01/2015
Location
165 Ringwood Road
Proposal
Extension to existing dropped kerb
Logged Date: 17/Dec/2014
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs S Lea
Agent:
13/01/15
Officer:
Diana Mezzogori-Curran
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANTsubject to Highway comments
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
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Received 20/1/2015 - No objection to the proposal.
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8/14/0542 Full
North Highcliffe & Walkford
Target Date:
21/01/2015
Logged Date: 10/Dec/2014
Location
1 Chewton Farm Road
Proposal
Demolition of single storey dwelling and
construction of 365m² cookery school and
bistro together with associated parking and
landscaping
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr A St embridge
Agent:
06/01/2015
Officer:
Terence O'Rourke
PLC
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
15 letters of objection
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Rec 16/12/2014 - 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.
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8/14/0573 Full
North Highcliffe & Walkford
Target Date:
12/01/2015
Location
44 Hinton Wood Avenue
Proposal
Erection of a carport
Logged Date: 28/Nov/2014
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs P Jackson
Agent:
13/01/15
Officer:
Foxwood Designs
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Rec 15/11/2014 - No objection to the proposal.
Target Date:
8/14/0482 Full
05/01/2015
Logged Date: 11/Nov/2014
Location
7 Amberwood Gardens
Proposal
Conversion and extension to existing roof to
include front and rear dormers. Single storey
side extension incorporating internal and
external modifications
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs M Bull
Agent:
9/12/14
Officer:
DUA Architecture
LLP Mr Martin
Hammond
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To REFUSE
Latest Update
Public Consultation
5 letters of objection 1 other letter
Consultee Response
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8/14/0446 Full
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
Count of applications:
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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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Target Date:
8/14/0605 Full
30/01/2015
Logged Date: 16/Dec/2014
Location
164-174 Barrack Road (A&G Hand Car Wash)
Proposal
Retrospective application for the erection of a
new canopy over the rear car washing area,
new boundary fencing lights and information
boards (Revised scheme following withdrawn
application 8/14/0444)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr Yanni
Agent:
20/01/15
Officer:
Flaxton Engineering
Ltd Mr Steve Ansell
Tim Furmidge
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To REFUSE
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
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Rec 12/01/2015 - No objection to the proposal.
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Target Date:
8/14/0584 Outl
23/02/2015
Logged Date: 03/Dec/2014
Location
Land to the Rear of 35-49 Clarendon Road
Proposal
Outline permission to sever land to the rear
and erect 12 dwellings (matter for
consideration is access) (Revised scheme
following grant of 8/13/0576)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Ms C. England
Agent:
13/01/15
Officer:
Evans & Traves LLP
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
5 letters of objection
Consultee Response
Wessex Water
Natural England
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Rec 09/12/2014 - 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.
Rec 18/12/2014 - 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.
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Transport Development
Management
Rec 11/12/2014 - 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:
The rear parking space for plot 1 has splays
leading to the back of the footway. The one
nearest the house is beneficial as it will assist a
vehicle in being able to avoid the existing raised
platform traffic calming feature which may be an
issue for some occupants who can then perform a
turning manoeuvre further into the site. However
the splay to the rear of the plot is not only
superfluous, but also leaves the street lighting
column exposed to collision and this must be
altered by squaring off the parking bay with the
back of the footway.
Adequate consideration should be given to the
location of services to avoid obstruction of the road
during any works which will affect residents.
The road hasn‟t been adopted yet and it would be
advisable for the developer to liaise with Dorset
County Council‟s Developer-Led Infrastructure
team as if road openings are performed prior to
adoption then the developer may become liable for
surfacing the whole of the carriageway, and
possibly footway rather than just making trench
reinstatements. The adequacy of the road gullies
to cope with the increase surface water run-off will
also need to be checked with this team.
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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:
06/01/2015
Officer:
Quantum Group Graham Parkes
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
4 letters of support
Consultee Response
English Heritage
Wessex Water
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Rec26/11/2014 - Our specialist staff have
considered the information received and we do not
wish to offer any comments on this occasion.
Rec 01/12/2014 - The Foul
and Surface Water Drainage Statement
(September 2012) accompanying the application is
in general
accordance with these discussions. The Strategy is
developed to ensure foul drainage does not exceed
existing flows, surface and foul water flows will be
separate with surface water draining via SUDs
Arrangements.
The applicant is reminded that there must be no
tree planting within 3 metres of sewers in
accordance with
the current version of Sewers for Adoption
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Natural England
Rec 14/11/2014 - It appears to Natural England
that the consultation above is not materially
different from a previous application 8/13/0028 in
respect of the 35 senior living apartments. Natural
England therefore advise that our comments
regarding that application, should be applied to this
application.
"In respect of 35 senior living apartments, objection
pending mitigation contribution The application site
lies in the vicinity (within 5 km and beyond 400m)
of heathlands that are notified as SSSIs for the
special interest of their heathland habitats and
associated plant and animal species. The SSSIs
are part of the Dorset Heathlands Special
Protection Area (SPA) on account of rare or
vulnerable heathland bird species and are also part
of a Ramsar site on account of rare or vulnerable
heathland wetlands and associated rare wetland
species. They are additionally part of the Dorset
Heaths Special Area of Conservation (SAC) on
account of rare or vulnerable heathland and
associated habitats and some individual species.
The proximity of the European sites (SPA and
SAC) raises considerations on the requirements of
the Habitats Directive 1992 for these sites to be
maintained or, where necessary, restored at a
favourable conservation status (Article 3 (1)).
Determination of the application should be
undertaken with regard to the requirements of the
Habitat and Species Regulations 20121, in
particular Regulations 61 and 62; and legislative
and policy considerations on the protection,
conservation and enhancement of the interest
features of the SSSI and Ramsar site.
There is considerable documented information
showing that urban development in the area
around lowland heathland has an adverse effect on
the quality of heathland interest features underlying
the designation of the European sites, Ramsar site
and SSSIs. Key references can be found at
http://www.naturalengland.org.uk/regions/south_we
st/ourwork/heathlands/default.aspx
In our view the proposal is not directly connected
with, or necessary to, the management of the
European sites. Owing to the proximity of the
proposal to the European sites, Natural England is
of the opinion that the additional residential
development, in combination with other dwellings
proposed near to the European sites, would be
likely to have a significant effect on the heathland
interest features of these sites in the context of
Regulation 61. Before granting planning
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permission the competent authority should
undertake an appropriate assessment of the
implications of the development on the European
sites in light of their conservation objectives. The
conservation objectives are to maintain and, where
not in favourable condition, to restore, the
heathland and other habitat and species interest
features.
Whilst on its own the development may not
adversely affect the integrity of the European sites,
in combination with other dwellings proposed near
to the European sites, the development without
mitigation would be likely to contribute to a
deterioration of the quality of lowland heathland
and its interest features.
Natural England notes the applicant‟s commitment
to make an appropriate developer contribution
towards the Dorset Heathlands Supplementary
Planning Document (DH SPD), as a means to
addressing an adverse effect on the integrity of the
European site. The appellant will need to
contribute towards this through a unilateral
undertaking. It would be possible to mitigate the
effects through the types of measures set out in
the Dorset Heathlands SPD. The measures will be
subject to monitoring and evaluation, and
modification where necessary to ensure that as a
whole they deliver effective mitigation across the
European sites. On this basis Natural England
considers that implementation of the SPD can
allow the Competent Authorities in South East
Dorset to conclude no adverse effect on the
integrity of the European sites from the envisaged
amount of housing development in the area
between 400m and 5km from these sites in the
period to the end of 20142.
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
Management
Rec 11/11/14 - The County Highway Authority has
NO OBJECTION, subject to the same condition(s)
previously recommended for planning application
8/13/0028 subject to the following potential issue
being adequately addressed.
It appears that whilst the layout of the access road
to the first part of the site is broadly as previously
proposed; the informal zebra crossing now
appears to be further south in the public highway.
Previous discussions indicated part of the public
highway is to be stopped up and so this should not
be a problem provided the crossing will not be in
the public highway.
It has been previously explained that there are two
routes open to undertake this stopping up. As the
stopping up is to implement a planning application
the Town and Country Planning Act could be used.
For this you will need to apply to the Secretary of
State. Some guidance can be found at the
following location with more advice available by
contacting the National Transport Casework Team.
Target Date:
8/14/0329 CLOPD
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:
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8/14/0603 Full
Purewell & Stanpit
Target Date:
09/03/2015
Logged Date: 14/Jan/2015
Location
12 West View Road
Applicant
Proposal
Erection of single storey extension to rear
Member Referral Date
Mrs S Hendry
Agent:
10/02/15
Officer:
Whitham Garry Verwood
Jo Cleaves
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0614 Full
10/02/2015
Logged Date: 07/Jan/2015
Location
50b Bridge Street (Within Christchurch
Central Conservation Area)
Proposal
Extension of first floor over existing garage to
form office
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Halsey
Agent:
03/02/15
Officer:
The Plan Partnership
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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8/14/0550 Full
Purewell & Stanpit
Target Date:
28/01/2015
Logged Date: 15/Dec/2014
Location
52 Lingwood Avenue
Applicant
Proposal
Single storey extension to existing garden
room
Member Referral Date
Mrs D Thompson
Agent:
27/01/2015
Thompson R
Officer:
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection
Consultee Response
Count of applications:
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8/14/0633 Ad
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
17/02/2015
Logged Date: 14/Jan/2015
Location
Avon Causeway Hotel Avon Causeway
Proposal
Erection of non-illuminated 'Hotel Advance'
sign
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Wadworth & Co Ltd
Agent:
10/02/15
Officer:
Dolman Building
Surveyors
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0626 Full
05/03/2015
Logged Date: 14/Jan/2015
Location
12 Wilton Close
Proposal
Enlargement and conversion of roof space to
include dormer windows to rear. Single
storey front extension with external alterations
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr D Wright
Agent:
10/02/15
Officer:
David Wright
Architectural Design
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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8/14/0637 Outl
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
15/04/2015
Logged Date: 08/Jan/2015
Location
Bournemouth Airport Aviation Business Park
Proposal
Outline application with details of access for
consideration for the redevelopment of land
and buildings to provide 31,200sqm (net of
demolition and redevelopment) of mixed
commercial and industrial B1, B2 and B8 floor
space, 700sqm of A1/A2/A3 retail use and
incorporating ancillary support services,
flood mitigation measures and associated
infrastructure
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mrs L Shillaw
Agent:
03/02/15
M A G Planning
Officer:
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Dorset Wildlife Trust
Hurn Parish Council
East Dorset District Council
New Forest District Council
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Rec 14/01/2015 - The application area includes
Hurn Airport North East Industrial Area Site of
Nature Conservation Interest (SNCI). The
development will have a direct impact on the SNCI,
however I understand that Bournemouth Airport
Habitat Management Scheme has been devised
with both the Environment Agency and Natural
England for deliver habitat creation and mitigation
as well as flood storage mitigation which ensures
the SNCI qualities are retained.
Dorset Wildlife Trust supports this Habitat
Management Scheme and has no further
comments relating to this latest planning
application.
Rec 14/01/2015 - No objection
Rec 13/01/2014 - East Dorset District Council has
no objection to the proposed development subject
to it complying with the relevant policies outlined in
the Christchurch and East Dorset Local Plan, Part
1 - Core Strategy, Adopted April, 2014.
Received 20/1/2015 - Given that there has been no
material change in circumstances in this District
that would
affect the likely impact of the proposal on the
District since permission was granted in December
2011, this Council has no comments to make on
the current proposal.
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WARD:
8/14/0599 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
18/03/2015
Logged Date: 07/Jan/2015
Location
Woodtown Farm Christchurch Road Hurn
Proposal
Proposed development of a below ground
grid connection for the transfer of low carbon
electricity to the local distribution network
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Woodtown Solar Limited
Agent:
03/02/15
Officer:
Alliance Planning
Jo Cleaves
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Hurn Parish Council
Rec 15/01/2014 - Councillors could not support the
application for a grid connection, because they
have objected to a proposed neighbouring solar
farm. They commented as follows:
1.Although the Parish council were not consulted
on the Woodtown Farm Solar Farm because it is in
West Parley Parish, they have objected to the
neighbouring proposed Hale Farm Solar Farm.
2.The largest solar farm in the country along
Chapel Lane has already been approved. The
Parish Council believe that sufficient green belt
land has already been taken up and enclosed by
this solar farm, and that should additional farms be
granted in a different location, they would have a
detrimental cumulative effect on the green open
space in the area.
3.Together the Hale Farm and Woodtown farm
proposals would have a detrimental cumulative
visual effect on the area between Hurn and
Parley. It is also the Parish Council‟s
understanding is that further applications may
come forward for solar farms in the vicinity of Hale
and Woodtown Farms.
4.The Parish Council is aware that one of the solar
farms off Chapel Lane, which backs on to housing
in Barrack Road, Parley, emits a constant “buzz”
even at night when the panels are not operating.
This is causing annoyance and distress to Parley
residents and must be resolved before any further
applications are approved.
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East Dorset District Council
Rec 15/01/2015 - no objection to the proposed
development subject to it complying with the
relevant policies outlined in the Christchurch and
East Dorset Local Plan, Part 1 - Core Strategy,
Adopted April, 2014.
Target Date:
8/14/0622 LA
12/01/2015
Logged Date: 07/Jan/2015
Location
Somerford County Junior School
Proposal
Retention of double temporary classroom.
Previous ref 8/11/0350 dated September 2011
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Dorset County Council
Agent:
03/02/2015
Officer:
Jo Cleaves
Process
Dorset County
Council - Peter
Moore
DEL
Recommendation
To NO OBJECTION
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Rec 06/01/2014 - No objection to the proposal.
Target Date:
8/14/0591 Full
09/02/2015
Logged Date: 18/Dec/2014
Location
12 Hurn Road
Proposal
Erection of single storey annexe following
demolition of existing garage/workshop
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr & Mrs D Fox
Agent:
20/01/15
Longhurst D J
Officer:
Jo Cleaves
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
subject to amended plan
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0598 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
05/02/2015
Logged Date: 16/Dec/2014
Location
Chapel Lane
Applicant
Proposal
Installation of underground grid connection
for transfer of low carbon electricity to the
local distribution network
Member Referral Date
Eco Sustainable Solutions
Ltd
Agent:
13/01/15
Officer:
Alliance Planning
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Natural England
Hurn Parish Council
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Rec 23/12/2014 - No objection- subject to an
agreed condition
The application site crosses a very small section of
Parley Common Site of Special Scientific Interest
(SSSI), which is part of the wider Dorset Heaths
Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and Dorset
Heathlands Special Protection Area (SPA) and
Ramsar site. Natural England advises that harm to
the designated sites may be avoided through a
planning condition requiring the applicant to draw
up brief method statement setting out in detail the
working footprint, timing, soil handling and follow
up treatments proposed.
approval a Method Statement detailing the
proposed working practices prior to
commencement.
Rec 14/01/2015 - Councillors commented that the
cable run is within the wild life protection zone. It
is not clear what alternatives have been
considered outside the wildlife zone.
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8/14/0518 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
22/01/2015
Logged Date: 09/Dec/2014
Location
Gun Club, St Catherines Hill
Proposal
Replacement of facilities to existing gun club
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr P Lowe
Agent:
6/1/15
Ken Kappes
Officer:
Melanie Smith
Process
COM
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Committee March
Public Consultation
5 letters of objection
Consultee Response
Natural England
English Heritage
Rec 06/01/2014 - No objection. Natural England is
currently engaged with the applicant in securing
the suitable management of the designated site at
St Catherines Hill (Town Common SSSI, SAC,
SPA and Ramsar). The proposed replacement will
not have adverse effects on the designated
features and Natural England raise no objection to
your authority approving the application.
Rec 22/12/2014 - 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.
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Target Date:
8/14/0571 CondR
13/01/2015
Logged Date: 28/Nov/2014
Location
27 River Way
Proposal
Variation of condition 2 of application
8/13/0212 (allowed by appeal) to allow
amended treatments and to increase the size
of the single storey element to the rear
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr Hounsell
Agent:
23/12/2014
Officer:
Trinity Architecture
Limited - J Frampton
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
1.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 with pre-application advice, the application was acceptable as submitted and
no further assistance was required.
2. Implementation of this consent is subject to a unilateral undertaking dated
2014 to secure:
- the appropriate contribution in relation to Heathland mitigation as required by the Dorset Heathlands
Planning Framework 2012-2014 Supplementary Planning Document.
- the appropriate transport infrastructure contribution in accordance with the South East Dorset
Transport Contribution Scheme 2 Supplementary Planning Document April 2012.
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection
Consultee Response
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8/14/0560 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
08/01/2015
Logged Date: 27/Nov/2014
Location
16 Bosley Way
Proposal
Enlargement and extension of roofspace for
habitable accommodation with dormers to
front and rear and erection of side and rear
extension (following demolition of existing
garage and conservatory) (Revised scheme
following withdrawal of 8/14/0460)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Vanreenen
Agent:
30/12/14
Officer:
The Design Studio C Morris
Tim Furmidge
Process
COM
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection
Consultee Response
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8/14/0520 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
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
1 other letter
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Rec 10/11/14 -The County Highway Authority has
NO OBJECTION, subject to the following
condition(s):
Before the development is commenced the first 50
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.
East Midlands Airport
Reason: In the interests of road safety.
Rec 12/11/2014 - The development has been
examined against the aerodrome safeguarding
criteria and due to the location of the array
calculations show that the development would
cause unacceptable levels of solar glare to aircraft
operating in and out of Bournemouth Airport. The
effect on operations in pronounced and severe
throughout the year, making aircraft operations
unsafe if the development was to go ahead.
As a result Bournemouth Airport objects to the
proposal on the grounds of air safety.
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Natural England
Rec 26/11/2014 - Natural England does not
consider that this application poses any likely or
significant risk to those features of the natural
environment1 for which we would otherwise
provide a more detailed consultation response and
so does not wish to make specific comment on the
details of this consultation.
The lack of case specific comment from Natural
England should not be interpreted as a statement
that there are no impacts on the natural
environment.
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Environment Agency
Rec 12/11/2014 - Have no objection to the
application but 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 considered 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.
Groundwater Protection / 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 which can be viewed at the following
link:
https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/pollution
-prevention-guidance-ppg
In the event of a pollution incident, the site
operator must contact the Environment Agency
immediately by calling 0800 80 70 60.
Access Tracks Construction
INFORMATIVE
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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. For more
guidance including permitted types of waste and
tonnage please visit: https://www.gov.uk/wasteexemptions-using-waste
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Hurn Parish Council
Rec 19/11/2014 - object to the above application,
for the following reasons:
1.It was noted that the suggested life of the solar
farm would be 35 years (not the usual 25), and it
was felt that the loss of green belt land for such a
considerable period of time was inappropriate and
unacceptable, especially as the proposed site is
productive agricultural land. It will reduce the
openness of the green belt between Hurn and
Parley.
2.Hurn Parish already has the largest solar farm in
the country along Chapel Lane, which was
submitted in 3 separate applications. The Parish
Council believe that sufficient green belt land has
already been taken up and enclosed by those 3
solar farms in Hurn, and that should additional
farms be granted in a different location, they would
have a detrimental cumulative effect on the green
open space in the Parish. Councillors felt that
“enough is enough”.
3.The solar farm would detrimentally effect the
open visual aspect of this green field and green
belt site and surrounding area.
4.The Parish Council is aware of a proposal for a
second solar farm close to Hale Farm, at
Woodtown Farm in the Parish of West Parley, East
Dorset (application No. 3/14/0956/FUL). It seems
that Hurn Parish Council has not been consulted
on this application, and Parley Parish Council has
not been consulted on the Hale Farm application
as it is in the Parish of Hurn, Christchurch.
Together these proposals would have a
detrimental cumulative visual effect on the area
between Hurn and Parley. It is also the Parish
Council‟s understanding that further applications
may come forward for solar farms in the vicinity of
Hale and Woodtown Farms.
5.The Parish Council is aware that one of the solar
farms off Chapel Lane, which backs on to housing
in Barrack Road, Parley, emits a constant “buzz”
even at night when the panels are not operating.
This is causing annoyance and distress to Parley
residents. Whilst the operators of the site are
investigating the cause, this has been continuing
for many months, and the problem has not been
resolved. Clearly solar farms can cause noise
problems for residents as well as the loss of visual
amenity, both of which would be unacceptable in
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the Hale Farm location.
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
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr T Dampney
Agent:
2/12/14
Officer:
Alliance Planning
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To REFUSE
Latest Update
EOT 30th January
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
East Midlands Airport
Hurn Parish Council
Transport Development
Management
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Rec 12/11/14 - 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.
Rec 14/11/14 - No objectiion subject to the
following conditions being attached to any grant of
permission:
1. The huts are only to be used in association with
the existing wedding business. They must not be a
stand-alone business.
2. The huts will only be used for a few nights at a
time. They must be unoccupied for a certain
number of nights per year to be specified by CBC.
3. If the existing wedding business ceases to trade
the huts must be removed.
If the above conditions are not attached to any
grant, then the Parish Council would object to the
application. Their concern is that at a future date
the huts could be used for accommodation
purposes not associated with the wedding
business.
Rec 31/10/2014 - No objection to the proposal.
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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 NO OBJECTION
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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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)
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr Simon Hallam
Agent:
18/11/2014
Officer:
Aspire Architects
LLP - M Stevens
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Subject to UU for Heathlands
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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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
Mr D Smith
Agent:
25/11/14
Sheerin Bettle
Architecture - J
Green
Officer:
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Landscape & Tree Officer CBC
19 12 2014
Location: Bostwick Farm Matchams Lane
Application No: 8/14/0487
Date of site visit:19/12/2014
TPO:1976 No. 4
Documents:Drawing SBA.3457-4-1.A
Arboricultural observations: Richard Nicholson
This is an application to formalise the existing
storage containers on the Bostwick Farm site.
The TPO is an „Area‟ classification covering all
trees of whatever species that were growing in
1976. There are some Pines and Birch on the site
and the proposal is not to remove any trees; there
are a number of trees dotted round the site which
are all to be retained. However one Scots Pine
leaning against a container has a wound where the
tree rubs on the container and I have suggested to
the applicant that the tree be felled and supplied
him with a tree work application form. The tree is
not worthy of retention as it has no public amenity.
The landscaping on the south side of the site
comprises a row of conifers planted on a bund.
Behind the bund the land drops away into the Tall
Trees caravan park. The slope contains
regenerated Birch and Gorse with some Pine
coming through. I see no reason to remove the
conifer screen on the bund to replant when the
screen itself will be hidden from the caravan park
by the growing vegetation on the slope.
I have no objection to the proposals.
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Hurn Parish Council
Rec 14/11/14 - HPC discussed the application at
their meeting on 10/11/14 and resolved to object.
They considered that the development is not
appropriate in the green belt and no special
circumstances have been provided. Paragraph 87
of the National Planning Policy Framework states
"inappropriate development is, by definition,
harmful to the green belt and should not be
approved except in very special circumstances".
Comment was made that need for these units had
not been demonstrated, as there are local
business areas, for instance the airport business
park, that are not in the green belt that are
specifically designated as appropriate for this type
of development.
The site is bounded by two holiday parks and a
residential house, and the immediate local area
has several other tourist sites. The Parish Council
supports tourism in this area and considers
commercial development to be inappropriate in this
context.
Target Date:
8/14/0476 Full
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:
25/11/14
Officer:
Aspire Architects
LLP - M Stevens
Kevin Chilvers
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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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
Proposal
Create Adventure Golf facility on existing
Putting Green and revision of existing car
parking area
Applicant
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
Environment Agency
Rec 19/11/2014 - No objection to the proposed
development subject to the following conditions
and informatives being included in any planning
permission granted.
Flood Risk
There must be no raising of ground levels above
existing level in the floodplain of the River Stour,
which is considered to be land below 4.4mAOD.
This should be demonstrated by predevelopment
and post development surveys.
We would also recommend that you liaise with the
Local Authority Technical Services / Drainage
Engineers to establish if there are any other
sources of flooding / historic flooding in this area or
any impacts on the local watercourse.
CONDITION:
There shall be no raising of ground levels above
existing ground level in the floodplain of the River
Stour. The design flood level is considered in this
location to be land 4.4mAOD.
Hurn Parish Council
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To prevent a loss of floodplain and increase in
flood risk.
Rec 20/10/2014 - No objection.
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St Catherine's and Hurn
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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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
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr T Dampney
Agent:
07/10/2014
Officer:
Alliance Planning
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Extension of time 20/12/14
Extension of time till end of the month
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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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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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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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:
8/14/0264 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
Natural England
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Rec 10/12/2014 - No objection
The application lies within 400 metres of the
designated sites at Town Common. Planning policy
in South East Dorset prevents additional residential
development within 400 metres of the
internationally important Dorset heathland sites.
However, taking account of recent information
provided by your Authority regarding the proposed
Unilateral Undertaking to rescind the previous
appeal decision (APP/E1210/A/13/2208938) for a
replacement dwelling, Natural England is satisfied
that the proposal will not result in an additional
residential dwelling within 400m of the European
designated sites. On this basis, Natural England
considers that there is no likely significant effect on
the Dorset Heaths SAC and SPA as a result of the
proposal being carried out in strict accordance with
the details of the application as submitted.
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Transport Development
Rec 10/06/2014 - NO OBJECTION to the proposal
Management
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
this may be an issue.
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8/14/0122 Full
St Catherine's and Hurn
Target Date:
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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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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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.
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WARD:
8/14/0632 Full
Town Centre
Target Date:
12/02/2015
Logged Date: 14/Jan/2015
Location
21 Rossiters Quay Bridge Street (Within
Christchurch Central Conservation Area)
Proposal
Reconfiguration of external pontoon area,
incorporating bi-folding doors at ground and
first floor level, addition of cantilevered
balcony, formation of Juliette balconies to
both front and rear facing dormers
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr M Wright
Agent:
10/02/15
Officer:
Melanie Smith
Process
Whitelodge
Construction
Services Ltd
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0616 Full
05/03/2015
Logged Date: 13/Jan/2015
Location
16 High Street (Within Christchurch Central
Conservation Area)
Proposal
Retrospective change of use from A1 (Retail)
to A2 (Estate agents)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr J Ridout
Agent:
03/01/15
Officer:
Jo Cleaves
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 20/01/2015
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WARD:
8/14/0574 Full
Town Centre
Target Date:
02/02/2015
Logged Date: 17/Dec/2014
Location
Land Rear of 43 High Street (Within
Christchurch Central Conservation Area &
adjacent to Grade II Listed Building)
Proposal
Change of use of Unit 1 to A2 to be used as a
sales office for a temporary period of 2 years
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Renaissance Retirement
Limited
Agent:
13/01/15
Officer:
Kim Bowditch
Process
Tanner & Tilley
COM
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Committee February
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0585 CondR
06/02/2015
Logged Date: 17/Dec/2014
Location
Rear of 53-59 Bargates Bargates
Proposal
Variation of Condition 2 of application
8/10/0614 so as to allow the proposed
property to be relocated 300mm away from
North East boundary wall
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Pendennis Properties Ltd
Agent:
20/01/15
Officer:
Anders Roberts &
Assoc
Kim Bowditch
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 20/01/2015
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0529 Full
Town Centre
Target Date:
22/01/2015
Logged Date: 10/Dec/2014
Location
20 Willow Way
Applicant
Proposal
Alterations and extensions to existing
property to include the installation of energy
generating equipment
Member Referral Date
Mr I Davies
Agent:
13/01/15
Officer:
Aspire Architects
LLP - M Stevens
Jo Cleaves
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection
Consultee Response
Environmental Health Officer
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Rec 15/01/2015 - It appears worst case scenario
that the unit is producing 55dba and I would
estimate the background noise level to be in the
region of 30-35 dba at night.
I would therefore recommend that the unit be
housed in acoustic cabinet providing a minimum of
15dba attenuation.
This would ensure that the unit does not create
noise nuisance to both the applicant and nearby
neighbour.
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Date 20/01/2015
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0548 Ad
Town Centre
Target Date:
16/01/2015
Logged Date: 03/Dec/2014
Location
34 High Street (Specsavers Opticians)
(Christchurch Central Conservation Area)
Proposal
Install illuminated perspex pod set on green
fascia with illuminated lettering. Install
internally illuminated overhead projection
sign to pier
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Ms A Dalton
Agent:
30/12/2014
Officer:
EC Harris - AL Dalton
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
Rec 05/12/2014 - No objection to the proposal.
Target Date:
8/14/0547 Full
16/01/2015
Logged Date: 02/Dec/2014
Location
34 High Street (Specsavers Opticians)
(Christchurch Central Conservation Area)
Proposal
Replace exsting wooden shopfront with
powder coated aluminium window and door
set
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Ms A Dalton
Agent:
30/12/2014
Officer:
EC Harris - AL Dalton
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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WARD:
Town Centre
Target Date:
8/14/0554 CondR
Location
Proposal
16/02/2015
Logged Date: 19/Nov/2014
Land rear of 43 High Street (Christchurch
Central Conservation Area & Adjacent to
Grade II Listed Building)
Variation of Condition 2 to enable the
approved A1 shop to be used as an A3
Restaurant/Cafe and the approved A3
Restaurant/Cafe as an A1 shop
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Renaissance Retirement Ltd
Agent:
13/01/15
Tanner & Tilley
Officer:
Kim Bowditch
Process
COM
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection
Consultee Response
English Heritage
Transport Development
Management
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Rec 27/11/2014 - 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.
Rec 21/11/2014 - No objection to the proposal.
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WARD:
Town Centre
Target Date:
8/14/0558 CondR
Location
Proposal
01/01/2015
Logged Date: 17/Nov/2014
The Priory Vicarage 13a Church Street (within
Christchurch Central Conservation Area,
Grade II Listed Building and affecting setting
Variation
of Listed
condition
3 of application
of Grade II*
Building
and setting of
8/11/0524
to allow occupation of the house by
Priory)
tenants
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr R Hawkins
Agent:
30/12/2014
Officer:
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Subject to restriction on occupancy
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection 1 letter of support
Consultee Response
English Heritage
Conservation Officer CBC
weeklywardlistrpt
Rec 01/12/2014 - 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.
Rec 17/12/2014 - No objection.
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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
Count of applications:
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WARD:
West Highcliffe
Target Date:
8/15/0016 CLOPD
09/03/2015
Logged Date: 20/Jan/2015
Location
58 Forest Way
Applicant
Proposal
Demolish existing rear conservatory and
porch and construct single storey rear
extension
Member Referral Date
Mr Paul Noble
10/02/15
Officer:
Agent:
Diana Mezzogori-Curran
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0628 Full
13/02/2015
Logged Date: 15/Jan/2015
Location
17 Terrington Avenue
Proposal
Construction of dormer window and erection
of single storey rear extension
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr J McDonagh
Agent:
10/02/15
Turner Brian
Officer:
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0583 Full
West Highcliffe
Target Date:
05/03/2015
Logged Date: 15/Jan/2015
Location
7 Wingfield Avenue
Applicant
Proposal
Erection of single storey extension to front
Member Referral Date
Mr G Finch
10/02/15
Officer:
Agent:
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0623 Full
16/02/2015
Logged Date: 12/Jan/2015
Location
16 Wessex Close
Proposal
Single storey side/rear extension to existing
dwelling
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Davies
Agent:
03/02/2015
Mills N
Officer:
Diana Mezzogori-Curran
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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WARD:
8/14/0606 Full
West Highcliffe
Target Date:
24/02/2015
Logged Date: 07/Jan/2015
Location
109 Smugglers Lane North
Applicant
Proposal
Erection of rear and side extension with
replacement garage following demolition of
existing garage and conservatory
Member Referral Date
Mr J Shaw
Agent:
03/02/15
Officer:
Jo Cleaves
Process
Pitt C
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
2 letters of objection
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0620 Full
09/02/2015
Logged Date: 07/Jan/2015
Location
Land adjacent 35 Nea Close
Proposal
Retention of timber post and rail fence around
perimeter of land adjacent 35 Nea Close.
Fence to be outside of existing perimeter
hedge. Fence to be reduced height at the
roadside (Retrospective Application)
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr Ross Wilkins
Agent:
03/02/15
Officer:
DUA Architecture
LLP
Diana Mezzogori-Curran
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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WARD:
8/14/0615 Full
West Highcliffe
Target Date:
10/02/2015
Logged Date: 06/Jan/2015
Location
9 Rossley Close
Applicant
Proposal
Roof enlargement and sideways extension,
incorporating dormer windows to front and
rear elevation and roof light to north side
elevation. Erection of single storey rear
extension to include lantern light. Side
extension to north elevation. (Amended plan
and amended description)
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Briant
Agent:
3/2/15
Officer:
The Design Studio C Morris
Jo Cleaves
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To
Latest Update
Public Consultation
1 letter of objection
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0588 Full
03/02/2015
Location
Hoburne Park Hoburne Lane
Proposal
Extension to sales office
Logged Date: 18/Dec/2014
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr R Tucker
Agent:
27/01/2015
Officer:
NBDA Ltd - A Bunce
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 20/01/2015
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
West Highcliffe
Target Date:
8/14/0600 CLOPD
09/02/2015
Logged Date: 18/Dec/2014
Location
27 Vetch Close
Proposal
Certificate of lawfulness for the erection of a 2
storey extension to the rear
Member Referral Date
Applicant
20/01/015
Officer:
Agent:
Miss V Simpson
Diana Mezzogori-Curran
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To UNLAWFUL
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0609 Full
04/02/2015
Logged Date: 17/Dec/2014
Location
86 Smugglers Lane North
Proposal
Erection of front and rear single storey
extensions, extend rear dormer and replace
front centre dormer with rooflight. Replace
front door with window and remodel existing
garage
Member Referral Date
Applicant
Mr & Mrs N Keleher
Agent:
27/01/2015
Officer:
DUA Architecture
Richard Castro-Parker
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Subject to site visit to rear of property
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 20/01/2015
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0601 Full
West Highcliffe
Target Date:
29/01/2015
Logged Date: 12/Dec/2014
Location
33 Terrington Avenue
Applicant
Proposal
Erection of extension to side to include
integral garage , cropped gable and dormer
windows to front and side following
demolition of existing garage. Extend
property to front and extend existing rear
addition along rear wall
Member Referral Date
Mr & Mrs Marsh
Agent:
20/01/15
Officer:
The Design Studio C Morris
Tim Furmidge
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0596 Full
26/01/2015
Location
12 Firshill
Proposal
Erection of summer house
Logged Date: 10/Dec/2014
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Mr W Linney
Agent:
20/01/15
Turner Brian
Officer:
Melanie Smith
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
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Date 20/01/2015
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0592 Full
West Highcliffe
Target Date:
26/01/2015
Logged Date: 10/Dec/2014
Location
1 Lyndhurst Road (Sainsburys Supermarket)
Proposal
Installation of a single storey, stand-alone dry
cleaning pod to the front of the store
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Sainsbury's Supermarkets
Ltd
Agent:
20/01/15
Officer:
WYG - A Broomfield
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Target Date:
8/14/0593 Ad
26/01/2015
Logged Date: 10/Dec/2014
Location
1 Lyndhurst Road (Sainsburys Supermarket)
Proposal
Installation of 3 x illuminated fascia signs, 2 x
non illuminated services information fascia
signs and 2 x non illuminated dry cleaning
panels
Applicant
Member Referral Date
Sainsbury's Supermarkets
Ltd
Agent:
20/01/15
Officer:
WYG - A Broomfield
Alison Underwood
Process
DEL
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
Public Consultation
None to date.
Consultee Response
Transport Development
Management
weeklywardlistrpt
Rec 16/12/2014 - No objection to the proposal.
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Date 20/01/2015
WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
WARD:
8/14/0513 Full
West Highcliffe
Target Date:
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
Member Referral Date
Applicant
AJ Housing Ltd
16/12/14
Agent:
Officer:
Anders Roberts &
Assoc
Kevin Chilvers
Process
COM
Recommendation
To GRANT
Latest Update
grant subject to Tree Department comments
Public Consultation
7 letters of objection 1 other letter
Consultee Response
Natural England
Transport Development
Management
Rec 25/11/2014 - 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 27/11/2014 - 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.
Reason: In the interests of road safety.
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WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT of Planning Applications
Date 20/01/2015
WARD:
West Highcliffe
Environment Agency
Rec 05/12/2014 - No objection to the proposed
development subject to the following informatives
being included in any planning permission
granted.
Flood Defence Consent INFORMATIVE:
Prior written consent of the Environment Agency is
required for any proposed works or structures
either affecting or within 8 metres of Bure Brook.
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.
Count of applications:
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15
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Development Services Appeal Progress Schedule for w/c 20 January 2015
Planning Code, Location
Address and Inspectorate
Reference
8/13/0515
1 Woodhayes Avenue BH23 4RW
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
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
27/01/2015
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
28/01/2015
N/a
Decision
and Date
APP/E1210/A/14/2218766
8/13/0316
17 Dudmoor Farm Road BH23 6AQ
APP/E1210/A/14/2220643
8/12/0514
Access track and Bailey Bridge to serve
Berry Hill Sewage Treatment Works
(CONSULTATION ONLY)
Hearing
KB
14/07/2014
28/07/2014
Hearing
KC
05/09/2014
19/09/2014
12/09/2014
10/10/2014
APP/E1210/A/14/2224606
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
8/13/0550
Formation of 2x studio flats in roofspace
Written Rep
KB
10/09/2014
24/09/2014
15/09/2014
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
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
Berry Hill Purification Works, Watery
Lane, Throop (CONSULTATION
ONLY)
15/09/2014
23/09/2014
10/10/2014
07/11/2014
19/02/2015
15/10/2014
15/10/2014
12/11/2014
N/a
24/09/2014
23/10/2014
23/10/2014
20/11/2014
N/a
26/09/2014
27/10/2014
27/10/2014
24/11/2014
18/02/2015
18/08/2014
APP/C1245/A/2221524
8/13/0474
Meteor Retail Park Somerford Road
BH23 3RU
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
appealprogschedulerpt
Hearing
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Development Services Appeal Progress Schedule for w/c 20 January 2015
Planning Code, Location
Address and Inspectorate
Reference
8/13/0525
The Pines 39 Mudeford BH23 3NQ
Proposal
Type of
Appeal
Case
officer
Start Date
Questionnaire and
Supporting Documents
Statements
Due
Sent
Due
Sent
01/12/2014
24/12/2014
22/12/2014
Demolition of existing hotel and erection of Written Rep
1x block of 8x2 bed flats with associated bin
and cycle storage and parking provision
KB
19/11/2014
03/12/2014
Written Rep
Outline application for the erection of 2
detached dwellings with associated parking
and access (Matters for consideration are
access and layout)
RCP
03/12/2014
17/12/2014
Rear extension, conversion and
enlargement of roof incorporating dormer
window. Extension to garage with pitched
roof over
Householde
r Written
Rep
RCP
18/12/2014
23/12/2014
23/12/2014
N/a
Outline application for the erection of up to
35 dwellings (All matters reserved)
Written Rep
KB
23/12/2014
06/01/2015
06/01/2015
03/02/2015
Final
Comment
Date
Site Visit
Date
Hearing or
Inquiry Date
21/01/2015
27/01/2015
N/a
Decision
and Date
APP/E1210/A/14/2228799
8/14/0079
Land rear of 26 - 28 Grove Road West
BH23 2DJ
07/01/2015
N/a
04/02/2015
APP/E1210/W/14/3000591
8/14/0422
12 Knightwood Close BH23 4NE
N/a
N/a
Unaccompa
nied
N/a
APP/E1210/D/14/2229547
8/13/0443
MCA Training Centre, Steamer Point
Nature Reserve Penny Way BH23 4JQ
24/02/2015
N/a
APP/E1210/A/14/2228469
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Development Services Appeal Progress Schedule for w/c 20 January 2015
Planning Code, Location
Address and Inspectorate
Reference
8/13/0515
1 Woodhayes Avenue BH23 4RW
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
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
27/01/2015
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
28/01/2015
N/a
Decision
and Date
APP/E1210/A/14/2218766
8/13/0316
17 Dudmoor Farm Road BH23 6AQ
APP/E1210/A/14/2220643
8/12/0514
Access track and Bailey Bridge to serve
Berry Hill Sewage Treatment Works
(CONSULTATION ONLY)
Hearing
KB
14/07/2014
28/07/2014
Hearing
KC
05/09/2014
19/09/2014
12/09/2014
10/10/2014
APP/E1210/A/14/2224606
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
8/13/0550
Formation of 2x studio flats in roofspace
Written Rep
KB
10/09/2014
24/09/2014
15/09/2014
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
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
Berry Hill Purification Works, Watery
Lane, Throop (CONSULTATION
ONLY)
15/09/2014
23/09/2014
10/10/2014
07/11/2014
19/02/2015
15/10/2014
15/10/2014
12/11/2014
N/a
24/09/2014
23/10/2014
23/10/2014
20/11/2014
N/a
26/09/2014
27/10/2014
27/10/2014
24/11/2014
18/02/2015
18/08/2014
APP/C1245/A/2221524
8/13/0474
Meteor Retail Park Somerford Road
BH23 3RU
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
appealprogschedulerpt
Hearing
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Development Services Appeal Progress Schedule for w/c 20 January 2015
Planning Code, Location
Address and Inspectorate
Reference
8/13/0525
The Pines 39 Mudeford BH23 3NQ
Proposal
Type of
Appeal
Case
officer
Start Date
Questionnaire and
Supporting Documents
Statements
Due
Sent
Due
Sent
01/12/2014
24/12/2014
22/12/2014
Demolition of existing hotel and erection of Written Rep
1x block of 8x2 bed flats with associated bin
and cycle storage and parking provision
KB
19/11/2014
03/12/2014
Written Rep
Outline application for the erection of 2
detached dwellings with associated parking
and access (Matters for consideration are
access and layout)
RCP
03/12/2014
17/12/2014
Rear extension, conversion and
enlargement of roof incorporating dormer
window. Extension to garage with pitched
roof over
Householde
r Written
Rep
RCP
18/12/2014
23/12/2014
23/12/2014
N/a
Outline application for the erection of up to
35 dwellings (All matters reserved)
Written Rep
KB
23/12/2014
06/01/2015
06/01/2015
03/02/2015
Final
Comment
Date
Site Visit
Date
Hearing or
Inquiry Date
21/01/2015
27/01/2015
N/a
Decision
and Date
APP/E1210/A/14/2228799
8/14/0079
Land rear of 26 - 28 Grove Road West
BH23 2DJ
07/01/2015
N/a
04/02/2015
APP/E1210/W/14/3000591
8/14/0422
12 Knightwood Close BH23 4NE
N/a
N/a
Unaccompa
nied
N/a
APP/E1210/D/14/2229547
8/13/0443
MCA Training Centre, Steamer Point
Nature Reserve Penny Way BH23 4JQ
24/02/2015
N/a
APP/E1210/A/14/2228469
appealprogschedulerpt
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