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Schedule of Planning Applications

Schedule of Planning Applications

Mr M.A. Coleclough

Mr M.A. Coleclough Paradise Barn, Paradise Road Mrs J M Hayes Woodland House , Horton Heath In support In support Officers Report: This application is on the agenda because the recommendation is in conflict with the views expressed by the Parish Council. A more detailed description of this site is given in the accompanying planning application (3/07/0595) elsewhere on this Agenda. Holt Lodge Farm lies just to the north of Holt Heath and the farmhouse is a grade 2 listed building which dates mainly from the 17th century. It requires total restoration and some initial work has commenced. A significant investment is being put into the work. There is an existing building to the rear (a former cartshed) which will be linked to the house as an extension. There are outbuildings which are to be restored with alternative uses found for them. They enclose the east side of the front garden of the house and are therefore important in establishing the setting of the building. This application is, however, concerned solely with the impact on the character of the listed building. The farm is a working cattle enterprise and new buildings have been erected to the north of the farmhouse. The submitted plans are fully detailed and indicate that the work will be sensitively handled and that the qualities of this imposing building will be respected. A glazed link is proposed between the house and the building (cart shed) to the rear to provide two bedrooms and a bathroom. The use of glazing in this fashion is an established and entirely satisfactory way of linking buildings without detriment to the listed structure. The guidance associated with Policy BUCON8 of the East Dorset Local Plan requires the integrity of the original building to be respected and this is achieved by this application. The comment of the Parish Council does not relate to the issues associated with a listed building application and in any event the work to the house does not add significant size and bulk as it is mainly internal. There is a favourable recommendation. 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. 8

2 No re-pointing of brickwork shall take place, other than minor patch-pointing. without the express consent of the local planning authority. Reason : In the interests of retaining the character of this listed building. Informatives: 1 The dovecot has been deleted from the application and is not approved as part of this consent. This application relates solely to the work to the farmhouse and the listed building implications of the proposal. Policy Considerations and Reasons In reaching this decision the policies in the Development Plan for the area, which currently comprises the Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole Structure Plan 2000 and the East Dorset Local Plan, were taken into account. This includes specifically the following policies: BUCON8 Item Number: 4. Ref: 3/07/0721/FUL Proposal: Site Address: Constraints Erect 2 Shops, 10 Flats and 2 Semi Detached Dwellings (Demolish Existing Buildings) 206 - 210 Station Road, West Moors, Ferndown, for Priory Homes Ltd Airport Safeguarding (90m high) Airport Safeguarding (Birdstrike) District Distributor Road LP Town Centre Policy Area LP Urban Areas LP Windfarm Consultation Zone Site Notice expired: 11 July 2007 Advert expired: 13 July 2007 Nbr-Nfn expired: 6 July 2007 West Moors Parish Council Comments: Objection: There appears to be no fundamental difference to the original application no. 3/07/0242 apart from the removal of one tower. The issues of ingress and egress have not been addressed as per comments on application no 3/07/0242. It appears that deliveries can only be to the front of the commercial units, which is close to a pedestrian crossing. A condition that the commercial units remain for retail use only or be used as affordable housing if retail circumstances change should be applied if permission is granted. The total residential capacity should be used for determining the obligation for affordable housing. WMPC recommend that a site visit is made. Consultee Responses: EDDC Tree Section No objection in principle subject to alterations to method statement. 9

Joint Permit Application