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Schedule of Planning Applications

Schedule of Planning Applications

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The reasons the Inspector found for rejecting the application for the two dwellings was based on the physical impact of the proposed properties with their complex and top heavy design of the roof: the potential for overlooking and the implication for protected trees. However, the Inspector considered that given the substantial size of the plot, ‘…there would be adequate surrounding space and separation between the proposed dwellings and their garages with respect to all existing houses close by’. He also addressed the issue of impact on the amenities of occupiers of adjacent dwellings when he stated that he did not ‘… believe the degree of additional domestic activity would be unacceptably disturbing in either case’. He noted that the greater concern of objectors was the use of the proposed driveway by vehicles between the houses fronting Station Road. In assessing the use of the proposed access he found ‘… no substantial objection to either proposal on grounds of disturbance’. The applicant has now addressed the issues raised by the Inspector in respect of the appeal by proposing two single storey bungalows sited further away from the boundary trees. The access has already been accepted by the Inspector as being suitable for two dwellings. Planting is shown either side of the accessway to provide screening. There are inevitably, and understandably, objections received from the occupiers of adjacent dwellings and there is some sympathy with their views. However, these issues were fully considered at the Informal Hearing and formed part of the Council’s case against the original proposal. The Council now has to take on board the comments of the Inspector in reaching a decision on this application. A unilateral undertaking has been submitted with the application setting out the applicants willingness to pay the appropriate heathland mitigation payment and Verwood infrastructure contributions. Recommendation: GRANT – SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING CONDITION(S):- Conditions/Reasons:- 1 The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission. Reason: This condition is required to be imposed by Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 as amended by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004. 2 Details and samples of all external facing and roofing materials shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority before any on-site work commences. All works shall be undertaken strictly in accordance with the details as approved. Reason: To ensure that the external appearance of the building(s) is satisfactory. 3 Before the development is commenced, proposals for the landscaping of the site, to include provision for the retention and protection of existing trees and shrubs, if any, thereon, together with any means of enclosure proposed or existing within or along the curtilage of the site shall be submitted to and approved by the District Planning Authority by means of a large scale plan and a written brief. All proposed and existing trees and shrubs shall be correctly described and their positions accurately shown. 18

Upon approval such new planting shall be carried out during the planting season October/March inclusive, in accordance with the appropriate British Standards for ground preparation, staking, etc., in BS4428:1989 (1979), immediately following commencement of the development. The landscaping shall thereafter be maintained for five years during which time any specimens which are damaged, dead or dying shall be replaced and hence the whole scheme shall thereafter be retained. Reason: Pursuant to Section 197 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and to protect and enhance the appearance and character of the site and the locality. 4 The protection of the preserved trees shall be erected in accordance with BS5837:2005 Trees in Relation to Construction fig.2. It shall be positioned as shown on the tree protection plan, ref : CHIMES/0725/plan1. This is to be erected before any equipment, materials or machinery are brought onto the site for the purposes of development. The protection shall be retained until the development is completed and nothing shall be placed within the fencing, nor shall any ground levels be altered, nor shall any excavation be made without the written consent of the local planning authority. Reason : To prevent trees on site from being damaged in the interests of the amenities of the area. 5 The development hereby permitted shall not be brought into use until the access, turning space, garaging and parking shown on the approved plan has been constructed and these shall be maintained and be kept available for that purpose at all times. Reason: In the interests of highway safety. 6 Details of the surfacing of the access shall be submitted to, and approved by, the local planning authority before development commences and the access shall be constructed as approved. Reason : To minimise the impact of its use on the amenities of the occupiers of the adjacent dwelling. 7 Notwithstanding the provisions of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 or any subsequent re-enactment thereof no garden shed, greenhouse or similar building, garage, car port or extension to the dwelling shall be erected without express planning permission first being obtained. Reason : To protect the amenities of the area taking into account the size of the plots and to ensure protected trees are not harmed. 8 Notwithstanding the provisions of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 or any subsequent re-enactment thereof no windows, doors or any other openings shall be inserted in the roofs of the dwellings hereby permitted. Reason : To protect the amenities of occupiers of adjacent dwellings. Informatives: 1 This application is the subject of a unilateral undertaking in respect of heathland mitigation contributions. 19

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