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17/0948 - GARAGE BLOCK NORTH OF 27 TO 32, EVERGREEN ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8PU

Details

Location map
Application Reference:
17/0948
Planning Portal Reference Number:
PP-06459057
Type of Application:
Full Planning Application
Address:
GARAGE BLOCK NORTH OF 27 TO 32, EVERGREEN ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8PU
Ward:
Parkside
Proposal:
Erection of a three storey building comprising 6 x 1 bed affordable flats, with associated parking amenity space, cycle and bin storage, following demolition of existing garages and replacement of one garage for cycle/bin storage and replacement boundary walls. (Additional plans recv'd 06/11/2017). (Amended plan and additional plans recv'd 10/11/2017).
Status:
Decided
Tree preservation numbers (TPOs):

Dates

Date received:
18/10/2017
Registration (validation) date:
18/10/2017
Earliest decision date (consultation period expires):
29/11/2017
Target date for decision:
13/12/2017
Press date:
Site notice date:
Site visit date:
11/12/2017
Committee site visit date:
Committee meeting date:
11/01/2018

Contacts

Case Officer:
Emma Pearman
Case Officer Tel:
01276 707100
Applicant:
Mr J Ali
Accent Housing
Station House, 1 Pembroke Way, Camberley, Surrey, GU153XD
Agent:
Mr R Summers
Boyle and Summers Ltd
Canute Chambers, Canute Road, Southampton, SO14 3AB

Decision

Decision:
GRANT subject to conditions
Date decision made:
15/01/2018
Date decision dispatched:
15/01/2018
Decision level:
Committee Level Decision
Conditions or reasons:
  1. The development hereby permitted shall be begun within three years of the date of this permission.Reason: To prevent an accumulation of unimplemented planning permissions and in accordance with Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 as amended by Section 51(1) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.
  2. No development shall take place until details and samples of the external materials to be used shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Materials to be agreed will include the proposed brick, tile, guttering and fenestration. Once approved, the development shall be carried out using only the agreed materials.Reason: In the interests of visual amenities of the area and to accord with Policy DM9 of the Surrey Heath Core Strategy and Development Management Policies 2012.
  3. The proposed development shall be built in accordance with the following approved plans: - First and Second Floor Plans 2003 received 18.10.17- South and East Elevations 3001 received 18.10.17- Location Plan 1001 received 18.10.17- North and West Elevations 3002 received 18.10.17- Proposed Bin Store Plans 3004 received 06.11.17- Amended Proposed Site Plan 2001 Rev E received 10.11.17- Amended Ground Floor Plan 2002 Rev E received 10.11.17- Proposed Bin and Bike Store Plans 3006 received 10.11.17Reason: For the avoidance of doubt and in the interest of proper planning and as advised in ID.17a of the Planning Practice Guidance.
  4. No external lighting shall be installed on the site, without the details having first been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Reason: In order that the development does not harm protected species nor cause adverse impacts on neighbouring amenity, in line with Policies CP14A and DM9 of the Surrey Heath Core Strategy and Development Management Policies 2012 and the National Planning Policy Framework.
  5. Prior to commencement of development, full details of both hard and soft landscaping works shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The submitted details should include an indication of all level alterations, hard surfaces, walls, fences, access features, any existing trees and hedges to be retained, together with the new planting to be carried out. All plant material shall conform to BS3936 Part 1: Nursery stock specification for trees and shrubs. Proposed planting should comprise mainly native species of local provenance as set out in paragraphs 6.3.1 and 6.3.3 of the submitted Preliminary Ecological Appraisal dated October 2017. Any trees or plants, which within a period of five years of commencement of any works in pursuance of the development die, are removed, or become seriously damaged or diseased shall be replaced as soon as practicable with others of similar size and species. The planting shall be carried out after completion of the building programme and prior to first occupation and shall be carried out fully in accordance with the approved details. Reason: To preserve and enhance the visual amenities and biodiversity of the locality in accordance with Policies CP14A and DM9 of the Surrey Heath Core Strategy and Development Management Policies Document 2012.
  6. Prior to occupation of the development, bat tubes and bird boxes shall be erected on the site in accordance with paragraphs 6.3.2 and 6.3.3 of the submitted Preliminary Ecological Appraisal dated October 2017. These shall be retained and maintained for their designated purpose in perpetuity or if necessary replaced with similar boxes/tubes.Reason: To preserve and enhance biodiversity in accordance with Policy CP14A of the Surrey Heath Core Strategy and Development Management Policies Document 2012.
  7. Prior to commencement of development, details of the proposed two sheds in the rear gardens shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The details shall include elevations, floorplans and materials.Reason: In the interests of protecting character and amenity, in line with Policy DM9 of the Surrey Heath Core Strategy and Development Management Policies 2012 and the National Planning Policy Framework.
  8. The development hereby approved shall not be occupied unless and until space has been laid out within the site in accordance with the approved plans for 6 vehicles to be parked and for vehicles to turn so that they may enter and leave the site in forward gear. Thereafter the parking/turning area shall be retained and maintained for their designated purpose.Reason: In order that the development does not prejudice highway safety nor cause inconvenience to other highway users, in accordance with Policy DM11 of the Surrey Heath Core Strategy and Development Management Policies 2012 and the National Planning Policy Framework.
  9. The development hereby approved shall not be occupied unless and until the secure parking of a minimum of six bicycles within the development site have been provided in accordance with the approved plans, and thereafter retained and maintained to the satisfaction of the Local Planning Authority. Reason: In order that the development does not prejudice highway safety nor cause inconvenience to other highway users, in accordance with Policy DM11 of the Surrey Heath Core Strategy and Development Management Policies 2012 and the National Planning Policy Framework.
  10. The development hereby approved shall not be occupied unless and until at least two of the available parking spaces are provided with a fast charge socket (current minimum requirement: 7kw Mode 3 with Type 2 connector - 230 v AC 32 amp single phase dedicated supply) in accordance with a scheme that has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Reason: In order that the development does not prejudice highway safety nor cause inconvenience to other highway users, in accordance with Policy DM11 of the Surrey Heath Core Strategy and Development Management Policies 2012 and the National Planning Policy Framework.
  11. No development shall commence until a Construction Transport Management Plan, to include details of:Confirmation that plant, materials or any other goods deliveries by HGV's will only take place during the hours of 0930 to 1400hrs and 1530hrs and 1800hrs Monday to Friday, save for any public bank holidays where there shall be no deliveries, Parking for vehicles of site personnel, operatives and visitors,Loading and unloading of plant and materials,Storage of plant and materials,Measures to prevent deposit of materials on the highway,has been submitted to and approved in writing by the LPA. The approved details shall be implemented in full during the construction of the development.
  12. The development hereby permitted shall be carried out wholly in accordance with the submitted Arboricultural Report prepared by Alderwood Consulting Limited [Jonathan Fulcher] and dated 11 October 2017.  No development shall commence until digital photographs have been provided by the retained Consultant and forwarded to and approved by the Council's Arboricultural Officer. This should record all aspects of any facilitation tree works and the physical tree and ground protection measures having been implemented and maintained in accordance with the Arboricultural Report. The tree protection measures shall be retained until completion of all works hereby permitted.Reason:  To preserve and enhance the visual amenities of the locality in accordance with Policy DM9 of the Surrey Heath Core Strategy and Development Management Policies 2012.
  13. Before first occupation of the development hereby approved the windows marked obscure glazed on the approved plans under Condition 3 shall be completed in obscure glazing and any opening shall be at high level only (greater than 1.7m above finished floor level) and retained as such at all times. Reason: In the interests of the amenities enjoyed by neighbouring residents and to accord with Policy DM9 of the Surrey Heath Core Strategy and Development Management Policies 2012, the Surrey Heath Residential Design Guide SPD 2017 and the National Planning Policy Framework.
Informative notes:
  1. Condition 10 - It is the responsibility of the developer to ensure that the electricity supply is sufficient to meet future demands and that any power balancing technology is in place if required. Please refer to: http://www.beama.org.uk/resourceLibrary/beama-guide-to-electric-vehicle-infrastructure.html for guidance and further information on charging modes and connector types.
  2. Details of the highway requirements necessary for inclusion in any application seeking approval of reserved matters may be obtained from the Transportation Development Planning Division of Surrey County Council.
  3. The permission hereby granted shall not be construed as authority to obstruct the public highway by the erection of scaffolding, hoarding or any other device or apparatus for which a licence must be sought from the Highway Authority Local Highways Service.
  4. The permission hereby granted shall not be construed as authority to carry out any works on the highway. The applicant is advised that prior approval must be obtained from the Highway Authority (0300 200 1003) before any works are carried out on any footway, footpath, carriageway or verge to form a vehicle crossover or to install dropped kerbs. Please see www.surreycc.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/road-permits-and-licences/vehicle-crossovers-or-dropped-kerbs
  5. The developer is reminded that it is an offence to allow materials to be carried from the site and deposited on or cause damage to the highway from uncleaned wheels or badly loaded vehicles. The Highway Authority will seek, wherever possible, to recover any expenses incurred in clearing, cleaning or repairing highway surfaces and prosecutes persistent offenders. (Highways Act 1980 Sections 131,148,149).
  6. The developer is advised that as part of the detailed design of the highway works required by the above conditions, the County Highway Authority may require necessary accommodation works to street lights, road signs, road markings, highway drainage, surface covers, street trees, highway verges, highway surfaces, surface edge restraints and any other street furniture/equipment.
  7. The applicant is reminded of the affordable housing declaration on the completed CIL Exemption Claim form. The Planning Authority will notify you in writing as soon as practicable, confirming the amount of exemption granted. Before commencing the development, you must submit a CIL Commencement Notice to the Planning Authority. This must state the date on which the development will commence, and the Planning Authority must receive it on or before that date. Failure to submit the Commencement Notice in time will immediately mean the development is liable for the full levy charge.
  8. The applicant is reminded that all species of wild birds and their nests are protected under Section 1 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (as amended) and therefore in order to avoid contravention of current legislation, site clearance and demolition works should be timed to avoid the main bird nesting season, which in general runs from March to August. If this is not possible, a check should be carried out prior to works being commenced to ensure there are no active nests present.
  9. The applicant is advised that this permission is only pursuant to the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and is advised to contact Building Control with regard to the necessary consents applicable under the Building Regulations and the affects of legislation under the Building Act 1984.
  10. This decision notice is a legal document and therefore should be kept in a safe place as it may be required at a later date. A replacement copy can be obtained however there is a charge for this service.

Documents

Consultees

The following bodies where consulted about this application:

  • Surrey Heath Borough Council - Head of Environmental Services
  • Surrey Heath House, Knoll Road, Camberley, Surrey, GU15 3HD
    • Letter sent: 30/10/2017
  • Surrey Heath Borough Council - Arboricultural Officer
  • Surrey Heath House, Knoll Road, Camberley, Surrey, GU15 3HD
    • Letter sent: 30/10/2017
  • Surrey Wildlife Trust
  • School Lane, Pirbright, Woking, Surrey, GU23 0JN
    • Letter sent: 30/10/2017
  • Transportation Development Planning Division
  • Room 365 Environment Department, Surrey County Council, County Hall, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, KT1 2DY
    • Letter sent: 30/10/2017
  • Surrey Heath Borough Council - Housing Servies Manager
  • Surrey Heath House, Knoll Road, Camberley, Surrey, GU15 3HD
    • Letter sent: 30/10/2017

In addition to consultations with the bodies listed, publicity of this application will be undertaken in accordance with national and local requirements. This publicity most usually takes the form of letters to individual nearby properties, the posting of site notices or the placing of a public notice in the local daily newspaper.

Neighbours

Summary

Received: 7, In Favour: 0, Against: 7, Petitions: 0

Neighbours

The following neighbours where consulted about this application:

  • 28 OLD PASTURE ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8SA
    • Letter sent: 30/10/2017
  • 26 OLD PASTURE ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8SA
    • Letter sent: 30/10/2017
  • 32 OLD PASTURE ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8RU
    • Letter sent: 30/10/2017
  • 30 OLD PASTURE ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8RU
    • Letter sent: 30/10/2017
  • 24 OLD PASTURE ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8SA
    • Letter sent: 30/10/2017
  • 9 HAWTHORN ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8SE
    • Letter sent: 30/10/2017
  • 33 EVERGREEN ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8PX
    • Letter sent: 30/10/2017
  • 22 OLD PASTURE ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8SA
    • Letter sent: 30/10/2017
  • 11 HAWTHORN ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8SE
    • Letter sent: 30/10/2017
  • 15 HAWTHORN ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8SE
    • Letter sent: 30/10/2017
  • 13 HAWTHORN ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8SE
    • Letter sent: 30/10/2017
  • 20A EVERGREEN ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8PU
    • Letter sent: 30/10/2017
  • NO FULL POSTAL ADDRESS PROVIDED
    • Letter sent: 21/11/2017
  • 30 EVERGREEN ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8PU
    • Letter sent: 21/11/2017
  • 31 EVERGREEN ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8PU
    • Letter sent: 21/11/2017
  • 32 EVERGREEN ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8PU
    • Letter sent: 21/11/2017
  • 27 EVERGREEN ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8PU
    • Letter sent: 21/11/2017
  • 28 EVERGREEN ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8PU
    • Letter sent: 21/11/2017
  • 29 EVERGREEN ROAD, FRIMLEY, CAMBERLEY, GU16 8PU
    • Letter sent: 21/11/2017
  • No Postal Address Supplied
    • Letter sent:

In addition to consultations with the bodies listed, publicity of this application will be undertaken in accordance with national and local requirements. This publicity most usually takes the form of letters to individual nearby properties, the posting of site notices or the placing of a public notice in the local daily newspaper.

Appeal details

There is no appeal associated with this planning application.