My Surrey Heath

18/0476 - CHARNWOOD, GUILDFORD ROAD, FRIMLEY GREEN, CAMBERLEY, GU16 6NZ

Details

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Application Reference:
18/0476
Planning Portal Reference Number:
PP-06979144
Type of Application:
Full Planning Application
Address:
CHARNWOOD, GUILDFORD ROAD, FRIMLEY GREEN, CAMBERLEY, GU16 6NZ
Ward:
Mytchett/Deepcut
Proposal:
Erection of a replacement dwelling with additional basement floor space. (Amended and Additional info rec'd 20/06/18).
Status:
Decided
Tree preservation numbers (TPOs):

Dates

Date received:
30/05/2018
Registration (validation) date:
30/05/2018
Earliest decision date (consultation period expires):
04/07/2018
Target date for decision:
25/07/2018
Press date:
Site notice date:
Site visit date:
19/07/2018
Committee site visit date:
Committee meeting date:

Contacts

Case Officer:
Mr N Praine
Case Officer Tel:
01276 707100
Applicant:
Mr Antoniou
In House Refurbishment Ltd
Rear of 7 Northfields Avenue, Ealing, W13 9QP
Agent:
Mr Verster
Integrate Planning and Development Consultants
3 Aysgarth, Bracknell, RG12 8SD

Decision

Decision:
GRANT subject to conditions
Date decision made:
25/07/2018
Date decision dispatched:
25/07/2018
Decision level:
Delegated 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. Before the development hereby permitted is commenced details and samples of the external materials to be used shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Reason: In the interests of visual amenities of the area and to comply with the requirements of Policy DM9 and DM4 of the CSDMP 2012 and the NPPF.
  3. Before any work commences on site a landscape scheme shall be submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority for the planting of trees and shrubs and showing areas to be grass seeded or turfed together with areas of paving and other hardsurface treatment. All landscaping in accordance with the scheme, when approved, shall be carried out within a period of 12 months from the date on which the development of the site commences or shall be carried out in the first planting (and seeding) season following first occupation of the buildings or completion of the development whichever is the sooner or such other period as may be agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Any trees and shrubs that are removed, die, become damaged or diseased within five years of planting shall be replaced by trees and shrubs of similar size and species to those originally required to be planted. Reason: In the interests of the visual amenities of the area and to accord with Policy DM9 of the CSDMP 2012 and the NPPF.
  4. Prior to commencement of any development on site, including woks of demolition and site clearance, details of the means of protecting all trees on or within influencing distance of the site boundaries which have a stem diameter of 75mm or grater at 1.5m above ground level shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the LPA. The approved details shall be erected on site and retained for the duration of all works associated with the development hereby approved. Reason: To ensure the retention of trees in the interests of the visual amenities of the area and to accord with Policy DM9 of the CSDMP 2012 and the NPPF.
  5. The garage hereby permitted shall be retained for such purpose only and shall not be converted into habitable accommodation without the prior consent in writing of the Local Planning Authority. Reason: To ensure the provision of on-site parking accommodation and to accord with the objective of preserving the open and undeveloped character of the countryside beyond the green belt and to accord with Policy DM4 of the CSDMP 2012 and the NPPF.
  6. Notwithstanding the provisions of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015 (or any Order revoking and re-enacting that Order) no extensions, alterations, garages, outbuildings or other means of enclosure otherwise permitted by Class A, B, D or E of the aforementioned order shall be erected or undertaken without the prior approval in writing of the Local Planning Authority.Reason: To enable the Local Planning Authority to retain control over the enlargement, improvement or other alterations to the development in the interests of visual and residential amenity and the rural undeveloped character of the area in accordance with policy DM4 and DM9 of the CSDMP 2012 and the NPPF.
  7. All existing buildings on the site shall be demolished and the site cleared prior to the commencement of any works associated with the permission hereby granted. Reason: To ensure the open and rural character of the area is maintained and to accord with Policy DM4 and DM9 of the CSDMP 2012 and the NPPF.
  8. No on site burning of any material shall take place during the implementation of the development hereby approved. Reason: In the interests of amenity.
  9. Other than for works of site clearance and demolition no works shall commence in connection with the permission hereby granted until an alternative location (to that shown on the otherwise approved plan) for the siting for the septic tank has been submitted to, and in approved writing by, the Local Planning Authority. Reason: to ensure a satisfactory form of development in the interest of visual and residential amenity.
  10. The development hereby approved shall be undertaken in strict accordance with the avoidance, mitigation, and compensation actions presented within the submitted Reptile Mitigation Plan by Arbtech dated June 2018 unless otherwise approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. In addition the development should proceed in line with the enhancement recommendations presented within Table 6 of the Bat Activity Survey also dated June 2018 by Arbtech and tree and shrub removal shall be scheduled to avoid harm to nesting birds; and, all necessary precautions be taken to avoid harm to bats, should they be found during works.Reason: To ensure compliance with the NPPF, Policy CP14 of the CSDMP 2012 and the NERC Act 2006.
  11. The proposed development shall be built in accordance with the following approved plans: 2952-1 ISSUE A, 2952-2 ISSUE E, 2952-3 ISSUE D, 2952-4 ISSUE C, 2952-5 ISSUE D, 2952-6 ISSUE C, 2952-9 ISSUE G, unless the prior written approval has been obtained from the Local Planning Authority.Reason: For the avoidance of doubt and in the interest of proper planning and as advised in ID.17a of the Planning Practice Guidance.
Informative notes:
  1. The applicant is advised that the development hereby permitted is subject to a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) liability but `Form 1: Assumption of Liability¿ has not been submitted with the application. Before development commences, any party wishing to assume liability should submit this form to the Planning Authority. Where no-one has assumed liability to pay and the Council is aware that development has started, the liability will default to the owner(s) of any material interest in the land. Where it is one person, they are responsible for all payments. Where it is more than one person, the Council will apportion liability.
  2. The applicant is advised that under the Control of Pollution Act 1974 construction work which will be audible at the site boundary will be restricted to the following hours: 8am to 6 pm Monday to Friday; 8am to 1pm Saturday; and, not at all on Sundays and Bank Holidays.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. The developer should be made aware that Part I of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure or take any wild bird, or intentionally to damage, take or destroy it's nest whilst it is being built or in use. The developer should take action to ensure that development activities such as vegetation or site clearance are timed to avoid the bird nest season of early March to August inclusive. If this is not possible the site should be inspected for active nests by an ecologist immediately prior to clearance works. If any active nests are found they should be left undisturbed with a buffer zone around them, until it can be confirmed by an ecologist that the nest is no longer in use.
  6. The applicant should ensure that the proposed development will result in minimal external artificial lighting. In order to comply with wildlife legislation, any external lighting installed on this development should comply with the recommendations of the Bat Conservation Trusts' document entitled 'Bats and Lighting in the UK ¿ Bats and The Built Environment Series'.
  7. The applicant is reminded that woodland surrounding the site on three sides forms part of the Woods and Heath East of the Basingstoke Canal Site of Nature Conservation Importance (SNCI). No tools, materials, equipment, construction vehicles or waste from the site is to be stored within the SNCI boundaries, or activities carried out immediately adjacent to the SNCI which may disturb the flora and fauna within. The woodland should be protected from accidental pollution from, for example, waste water and bonfires
  8. With respect to any proposed landscaping using of native species for any tree and shrub planting, preferably of local provenance from seed collected, raised and grown only in the UK, suitable for site conditions and complimentary to surrounding natural habitat is required. Planting should focus on nectar-rich flowers and/or berries as these can also be of considerable value to wildlife

Documents

Consultees

The following bodies where consulted about this application:

  • Surrey Wildlife Trust
  • School Lane, Pirbright, Woking, Surrey, GU23 0JN
    • Letter sent: 11/06/2018

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: 2, In Favour: 0, Against: 2, Petitions: 0

Neighbours

The following neighbours where consulted about this application:

  • TALLAND, GUILDFORD ROAD, FRIMLEY GREEN, CAMBERLEY, GU16 6PA
    • Letter sent: 11/06/2018
  • WINDMILL COTTAGE, GUILDFORD ROAD, FRIMLEY GREEN, CAMBERLEY, GU16 6NZ
    • Letter sent: 11/06/2018
  • SIXPENNY BUCKLE, GUILDFORD ROAD, FRIMLEY GREEN, CAMBERLEY, GU16 6PA
    • Letter sent: 11/06/2018
  • ANNEXE, KINVER, GUILDFORD ROAD, FRIMLEY GREEN, GU16 6PA
    • Letter sent: 11/06/2018
  • KINVER, GUILDFORD ROAD, FRIMLEY GREEN, CAMBERLEY, GU16 6PA
    • Letter sent: 11/06/2018

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.