Planning Applications outstanding as at 26th June 2020

Updated as at 26th June 2020

 

Yapton Parish Council – Planning Committee

 

Schedule of Planning Applications received, comments submitted and applications decided between

January and December 2019 and from January to June 26th 2020

 

Planning List Number

Date Planning Application received

Planning Application Reference

Planning Application, Location, Applicant, Case Officer

Comments submitted or Dates due for submission

 

2

11/01/19

Y/103/18/PL

Single Chapel Crematorium with car parking, landscape works, surface water drainage features & associated highway improvements. This application is a Departure from the Development Plan.

10 Acre Field North of Grevatts Lane

Yapton

Application: Landlink Estates Ltd

Case Officer: Mr S. Davis

Received 11/01/19

Comments due to ADC by 20/03/19

Comments Submitted:

Comments submitted

22/03/19 (See planning website)

Current Status

Refused

Appealed – submissions to Planning Inspectorate due 25th March 2020

 

2

11/01/2019

WA/112/18/CLE

Lawful development certificate for the existing use of the land & associated structures. This application also lies within the parish of Yapton.

Star Plants

Lake Lane

Barnham

PO22 0AL

Application: Mr J Turner Star Nurseries

Case Officer: Mr A Wood

Received 11/01/19

Comments due to ADC by 07/02/19

Comments Submitted:

Not yet submitted

Current Status

Planning Permission not required

Decided on 26/02/2019

 

6

08/02/2019

 

 

 

 

 

Y/4/19/RES

Approval of reserved matters following outline consent Y/5/17/OUT for 51 No. dwellings.
This application affects a Public Right of Way.

Cinders Lane Nursery & works to R/O Cinders Lane
Yapton         

Applicant: Crayfern Homes Limited

Case Officer: Mr S. Davis

Received 02/01/19

Comments due to ADC by 06/08/19

Comments Submitted:

Not yet submitted

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 21/8/2019

 

10

08/03/2019

Y/13/19/HH

Extension to north elevation

Rookery Cottage
Hoe Lane
Flansham

Applicant: Ms V. Holland

Case Officer: Stuart Corbey

Received 08/03/19

Comments due to ADC by 04/04/19

Comments Submitted:

No Objection - However, as a condition of the permission being granted YPC would like to have conditions added that ensure all materials reflect and enhance the historic nature of the location of the property as it is situated in or adjacent to conservation areas or in unique historical settings.

 

Current Status

Withdrawn

 

10

08/03/2019

Y/15/19/HH

Single storey extension

 

Saxon House

Main Road      

Yapton    

BN18 0ET                     

 

Applicant: Mr Geoff Westcott

Case Officer: Amber Willard        

Received 08/03/19

Comments due to ADC by 04/04/19

Comments Submitted:

No Objection

 

Current Status

Approved Conditionally

 

12

22/03/2019

Y/19/19/HH

Single storey rear extension. This application affects the character and appearance of the Church Lane Yapton Conservation Area.

 

2 Church Cottages
Church Road
Yapton

 

Applicant: Miss Dean and Mr Mansbridge

Case Officer: Amber Willard

Received 22/03/19

Comments due to ADC by 18/04/19

Comments Submitted:

No Objection

 

Current Status

Approved Conditionally

 

13

29/03/2019

Y/22/19/PL

Demolition of existing redundant garage building & erection of 1 No. dwelling and associated works (alternative following Y/68/17/PL). This application may affect the setting of listed buildings & may affect the character & appearance of the Main Road/Church Road, Yapton Conservation Area.

 

Garage Premises                                                  Main Road                                                          Yapton

 

Applicant: Mr P Mountford

Case Officer: Stuart Corbey
 

Received 29/03/19

Comments due to ADC by 27/04/19

Comments Submitted:

No objection CONDITIONAL upon:

No objection to the principle of converting a disused garage premises to a small detached dwelling conditional upon: 

1. Environmental survey to ensure no contaminates from the previous garage repair use remain in the soil/ground.

 2. Full consideration and use of sympathetic materials for a conservation area in the construction/refurbishment of the dwelling. Whilst promoting a contemporary design, materials must be sympathetic to the conservation area and existing buildings in the immediate area enhancing opposed to dominating the built environment.

3. Conservation style/appropriate fenestration throughout the dwelling. 

4. Satisfactory highway solution for access/egress onto Main Road

5. Adequate parking provision to be accommodated within the site curtilage to remove any dependence upon street parking in an already over-parked strip of main road thus preserving a safe and clear main road approach to a busy mini roundabout at the junction of B2233 with North End road (B2132)

6. Roofline not to exceed the existing building's ridge and eaves heights.

7. No balconies, roof terracing or external open areas on the western elevation to ensure that existing residential properties are not overlooked from an elevated open height.

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 25/09/2019

 

13

29/03/2019

Y/23/19/HH

Create first floor in existing garage for additional bedroom and home office

 

19 St Marys Meadow
Yapton      

 

                                                             
Applicant: Mr & Mrs David

Case Officer: Andrew Wood

Received 29/03/19

Comments due to ADC by 27/04/19

Comments Submitted:

No objection conditional upon ground floor remaining solely for garage use. This is to ensure that that street parking does not become overcrowded due to loss of designated internal parking areas.

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 14/05/2019

 

14

05/04/2019

Y/17/19/HH

Two storey rear extension

 

8 Mill View Road
Yapton            

 

                                                     
Applicant: Mrs Morris

Case Officer: Andrew Wood

Received 05/04/19

Comments due to ADC by 04/05/19

Comments Submitted:

No Objection

 

Current Status

Refused on 03/07/2019

 

16

19/04/2019

Y/28/19/HH

Extend existing loft conversion and add dormers

 

Green Hayes
Burndell Road
Yapton 

 

Applicant: Mr & Mrs Groves                               Case Officer: Amber Willard

Received 19/04/19

Comments due to ADC by 17/05/19

Comments Submitted:

None submitted

 

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 07/06/19

 

 

16

19/04/2019

Y/33/19/T

Fell 1 No. Sycamore tree

 

Ferndale House
Burndell Road
Yapton 

 

Applicant: Dr. Nicholas Sturt                               Case Officer: Amber Willard

Received 19/04/19

Comments due to ADC by 17/05/19

Comments Submitted:

None submitted

 

Current Status

Refused on 10/06/2019

 

18

03/05/2019

Y/31/19/PL

Amendment to Planning Reference
Y/68/09 to replace sports pitch
facilities with a public amenity area.

 

Land North of Felpham
Felpham                                                          

 

Applicant: Barratt David Wilson Homes, Southampton                                                         

 

Case Officer: Michael Eastham

 

Received 07/05/19

Comments due to ADC by 31/05/19

Comments Submitted:

Objection  - YPC have carefully considered this application and are very concerned at the loss of a key piece of community infrastructure that should form an essential social benefit to the new community on the new housing estate.

Whilst YPC acknowledge that open space is being provided, in its very nature -  informal, it does not promote a focal area for community use especially for the children and young adults living in the new development. The overall site has excellent and quick access to open countryside to the north  but has little formal community space for sporting activities and other such uses that require a level grassed area for multi sports.

Whilst a financial payment is commendable it does not guarantee that such a facility will be made available to this new community or indeed within easy access to the community that should have had the facility being substituted by way of monies.

YPC therefore object to the loss of a playing field for this new housing estate on grounds of the erosion of an essential community facility that would enhance and promote healthy well-being for the whole community young and old.

Should this application be recommended for approval, YPC would insist that as part of the proposal a large area of level grassland is created to ensure that football and other ball sports can be played in the area. This area must be regularly maintained and YPC would expect to see a maintenance and planting plan agreed and put in place. YPC would also expect a suitable pathway created throughout the landscaped area to ensure full disabled access to the proposed informal amenity space.

Current Status

Decision due 28/02/2020 – On Hold

 

18

03/05/2019

Y/36/19/T

Crown reduction of 1.5m - 2m to 1 No. Hornbeam tree.

 

Ferndale House
Burndell Road
Yapton

 

Applicant: Dr. Nicholas Sturt                              

 

Case Officer: Amber Willard

 

Received 07/05/19

Comments due to ADC by 31/05/19

Comments Submitted:

No Objection

 

Current Status

Refused

 

19

10/05/2019

FP/103/19/PL

Amendment to Planning Reference Y/68/09 to replace sports pitch with
a public amenity area.

 

Land North of Felpham
Felpham                                                        

 

Applicant:  Barratt David Wilson Homes
Southampton                                                         

 

Case Officer: Michael Eastham

 

Received 13/05/19

Comments due to ADC by 07/06/2019

Comments Submitted:

None

 

Current Status

REFUSED

 

19

10/05/2019

Y/38/19/HH

Single storey rear extension.

 

12 Downview Road
Yapton                                                           

 

Applicant: Ms Laura Robinson                             

 

Case Officer: Amber Willard

Received 13/05/19

Comments due to ADC by 07/06/2019

Comments Submitted:

None

 

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 16/06/19

 

21

24/05/2019

Y/32/19/RES

Application for reserved matters
following outline permission
Y/77/17/OUT for erection of
detached single storey dwelling
house with vehicular access from
Maypole Lane

 

Lake Barn,                                                          Maypole Lane                                                                   Yapton                                                           

 

Applicant: Mr J. Payne                                         

 

Case Officer: Simon Davis

 

Received 13/05/19

Comments due to ADC by 13/06/2019

Comments Submitted:

No Objection

 

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 20/09/19

 

22

31/05/2019

Y/45/19/DOC

Approval of details reserved by
condition imposed under ref
Y/27/17/L relating to Condition No 3
- precise colour of the white paint.

 

Stakers Farm
North End Road
Yapton                                                           

 

Applicant: Mr P. Bucknall                                       

 

Case Officer: Mr J. Baeza

 

Received 0306/19

Comments due to ADC by 27/06/2019

Comments Submitted:

No Objection

 

Current Status

Doc Approved on 29/07/2019

 

22

31/05/2019

Y/39/19/HH

Single storey rear extension

 

10 The Pines                                                                Yapton                                                            

 

Applicant: Mr J Joy                                       

 

Case Officer: Amber Willard         

                                    

Received 03/06/19

Comments due to ADC by 27/06/2019

Comments Submitted:

No Objection

 

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 08/07/2019

 

23

07/06/2019

Y/47/19/HH

Single storey front extension, part
two storey part single storey rear
extension and alterations to
fenestration. This application may
affect the setting of a listed building.

 

Normandie
Church Lane
Yapton                                                            

 

Applicant: Mr Jacob Napthine                               

Case Officer: Amber Willard

 

Received 17/06/19

Comments due to ADC by 04/07/2019

Comments Submitted:

 

Yapton PC have fully considered this application and have no objection. 

 

However, should planning be granted YPC would seek conditions relating to the materials used. YPC would seek that the integrity of the original architecture of the building is reflected in the choice of material ie replacement windows to be in the Crittal Window style, brickwork to match the existing etc. This is to ensure that the building does not detract from the Conservation area but enhances it.

 

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 22nd July 2019

 

 

25

21/06/2019

Y/49/19/HH

Demolition of existing garage and replacement with a new build garage

 

Rilbrook House
Hoe Lane
Flansham  

Applicant: Mr A. Burns                                        

Case Officer: Amber Willard

Received 17/06/19

Comments due to ADC by 04/07/2019

Comments Submitted:

No Objection

Yapton PC has fully considered the above application.

Whilst YPC does not object to the proposed new garage in principle YPC does recognise the building's close proximity to neighbouring Red Barn Cottage - a single storey residential dwelling.

 YPC has concerns that the proposed new garage's new ridge line will be substantially higher than the neighbouring property and could be overbearing in height and massing. YPC therefore request that a condition restricting the ground level to ridge height of the proposed new garage to match that of Red Barn Cottage's.

Current Status

Approved Conditionally

Decided on 06/08/2019

 

28

12/7/2019

Y/22/19/PL READVERTISED

Demolition of existing redundant garage building & erection of 1 No.
dwelling and associated works (alternative following Y/68/17/PL).
This application may affect the setting of listed buildings & may
affect the character & appearance of the Main Road/Church Road, Yapton Conservation Area.

 

Garage Premises

Main Road

Yapton

Applicant: Mr P. Mountford

                                       

Case Officer: Maria Tomolova

 

Received 12/07/19

Comments due to ADC by 08/08/2019

Comments Submitted:

 

No Objection

 

Current Status

Approved Conditionally

Decided on 25/09/2019

 

30

26/07/19

Y/57/19/PL

Conversion of existing single residential dwelling into 3 No. residential units with associated internal & external alterations & refurbishment & detached garage/outbuilding

 

Old Bilsham Farm

Bilsham Lane

Bilsham

Yapton

 

Applicant: Mr M Inglis

 

Case Officer Mr S Davis

Received 26/07/19

Comments due to ADC by 22/08/2019

Comments Submitted:

Whilst Yapton Parish Council (YPC) support regeneration of existing suitable buildings within the Parish's BUAB, YPC is of the view that this proposal has failed to take into consideration both the rural position of this site and the importance of the listed building and its immediate setting. YPC therefore object on the following grounds: Outside the BUAB Over development of the proposed plot having a significant and negative impact on the listed building and its setting. Inadequate amenity space provided for each individual proposed unit in relation to the buildings' rural setting Poor parking and vehicular turning provision on a dwelling by dwelling basis. Inadequate cycle and bin provision for each individual unit. YPC would seek the above stated issues properly addressed before this application is fully considered. This would ensure a sympathetic approach is adopted to the potential redevelopment of this site as a whole. 

YPC therefore object to this proposal in its current form

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 07/11/2019

 

30

26/07/19

Y/58/19/L

Application for Listed Building Consent for conversion of existing single residential dwelling into 3 No. residential units with associated internal & external alterations & refurbishment & detached garage/outbuilding

 

Old Bilsham Farm

Bilsham Lane

Bilsham

Yapton

 

Applicant: Mr M Inglis

 

Case Officer Mr S Davis

Received 26/07/19

Comments due to ADC by 22/08/2019

Comments Submitted:

Whilst Yapton Parish Council (YPC) support regeneration of existing suitable buildings within the Parish's BUAB, YPC is of the view that this proposal has failed to take into consideration both the rural position of this site and the importance of the listed building and its immediate setting. YPC therefore object on the following grounds: Outside the BUAB Over development of the proposed plot having a significant and negative impact on the listed building and its setting. Inadequate amenity space provided for each individual proposed unit in relation to the buildings' rural setting Poor parking and vehicular turning provision on a dwelling by dwelling basis. Inadequate cycle and bin provision for each individual unit. YPC would seek the above stated issues properly addressed before this application is fully considered. This would ensure a sympathetic approach is adopted to the potential redevelopment of this site as a whole. 

YPC therefore object to this proposal in its current form

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 07/11/2019

 

30

26/07/19

Y/59/19/L

Application for Listed Building Consent for removal of garage door & replace with window. Removal of interior walls.

 

Willow Cottage

Church Road

Yapton

 

Applicant: Mr & Mrs Evans

 

Case Officer Finlay Gardner

Received 26/07/19

Comments due to ADC by 22/08/2019

Comments Submitted:

None submitted

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 09/09/2019

 

30

26/07/19

Y/61/19/PL

Application for variation of condition imposed on planning permission Y/53/16/PL relating to condition no.4 amendment to site layout.  This application affects the setting of a Listed Building.

 

Yapton Metal Company

Burndell Road

Yapton

 

Applicant: Lakewood Homes Ltd

 

Case Officer Mr S Davis

 

Received 26/07/19

Comments due to ADC by 22/08/2019

Comments Submitted:

None Submitted

Current Status

Approved Conditionally 27/11/2019

 

33

16/08/2019

Y/63/19/RES

Approval of reserved matters following the grant of Y/1/17/OUT for 56 No. dwellings with associated

open space & creation of new access. This application affects the character & appearance of the Yapton (Main Road) Conservation Area & affects the setting of listed buildings.

 

Bonhams Field

Main Road

Yapton BN18 0DX

 

 

Applicant: Seaward Properties Limited

 

Case Officer Mr S Davis

Received 16/08/19

Comments due to ADC by 13/09/2019

Comments Submitted:

Submitted – see planning portal

Current Status

Approved Conditionally by Committee on 21/02/2020

 

36

6/9/2019

Y/70/19/HH

Extension to front elevation &

conversion of existing rear

conservatory.

 

28, Downview Road,

Yapton

 

Applicant: Ms L Charvill

 

Case Officer: Finlay Gardner

Received 06/09/19

Comments due to ADC by 03/10/2019

Comments Submitted:

No Objection

Current Status

Approved Conditionally 19/11/2019

 

37

13/09/2019

Y/74/19/PL

Extension & alterations to main dwelling. Conversion of existing annexe to three holiday letting units

 

The Crickets

Hoe Lane

Flansham

Bognor Regis

 

Applicant: Mr B Brogan

 

Case Officer: Maria Tomalova

Received 13/09/19

Comments due to ADC by 10/10/2019

Comments Submitted:

See below

Current Status

WITHDRAWN

 

Comments submitted on Y74/19/PL

Yapton PC has considered the above planning application and believe that it will constitute over development of the site which lies within a residential area of predominantly large well spaced detached houses set within generous plots. This streetscape reflects the heritage of Hoe Lane Flansham.

The Parish therefore would like to OBJECT to planning application Y/74/19/PL on the following grounds:  1. Over-intensive use of the site. The two proposed buildings are sited extremely close to each other generating potential conflict with the holiday let use and permanent residential use. The building line and massing of the two units will detract from this loosely developed section of Hoe Lane.

2. The proposed extension of the residential dwelling whilst large is in keeping with the current two storey structure. However, the proposed holiday lets building is a substantial departure from the existing structure's size and proportions. YPC believe that the proposed holiday lets are a significant overdevelopment of a small existing footprint and are overbearing on the adjoining residential unit. YPC would seek the proposal to be reconsidered with a less intensive holiday use proposed.

YPC would also seek that should any holiday unit be consented that its use as a holiday let be confirmed by appropriate conditioning to ensure that these proposed units do not fall within the category of permanent residential let and/or unit. Appropriate conditioning being: The accommodation approved shall be used exclusively as tourist accommodation for individual lets for up to and no more than 28 consecutive nights. No unit shall be occupied by one person for more than 28 days in a calendar year. The owner shall maintain a register of occupiers including how long they occupied the units, their permanent home address and contact details for each calendar year. This register shall be made available to the Council on request.

Reason: To preserve the availability of the accommodation as a holiday let and to prevent the establishment of permanent dwellings.

3. The proposed parking layout plan does not sufficiently demonstrate that the 7 indicated parking spaces are adequate for the whole site or that they have adequate turning and manoeuvrability space to enable cars to easily access the proposed spaces unhindered and all times. No disabled parking bay has been provided for the proposed commercial use ie holiday lets. YPC request that the viability of the proposed parking if clearly demonstrated by full tracking being submitted.

 

38

20/9/2019

Y/77/19/OUT

Application for Outline Planning Permission for erection of ten dwellings with access from Hoe Lane. Resubmission of Y/20/18/OUT - This is a Departure from the Development Plan.

 

Land south of Hoe Lane Flansham

Applicant: Mr Van der Wee

Case Officer: Mr Simon Davis

Received 20/09/19

Comments due to ADC by 24/10/2019

Comments Submitted:

See below

Current Status

Refused

 

Comments submitted on Y/77/19/OUT

YPC has fully considered the above application.

YPC has had a constructive meeting with the applicant with regards to their proposed scheme. However,  YPC still have strong reservations regarding the development of this sensitive site. YPC would like to make it clear that Hoe Lane (Flansham) has never been designated as an area within Yapton for future housing growth and has not been nominated by YPC through the Non-Strategic Site Allocations Development Plan Document (DPD) as a future potential location/site.

YPC whilst recognising the improved layout and considered density of the scheme are not in a position to be able to support housing on this site as it remains outside the BUAB and is not  identified as an agreed NSS DPD within the Parish's agreed allocation numbers. YPC have worked closely with ADC to meet its new Parish housing allocation as part of ADC's Non-Strategic Site Allocations Development Plan Document Process and Yapton's current work on modifying its YNP. Yapton Parish's original allocation of 120 units has been increased by an additional  90 units. This has been achieved and agreed as outlined in YPC's planning response to planning ref Y/49/18/PL dated 12th November 2018. YPC is therefore strongly of the view that this application is very much a departure from the Development Plan on two counts - outside the BUAB and not falling within any agreed NSS DPD.

YPC also object on continued grounds of Highways being deeply concerned with the close proximity of the access point to the site and that of the A259/B2259 roundabout.

YPC therefore continue to object to the above planning application and the development of housing at this location.

 

38

20/9/2019

Y/72/19/HH

Single storey side/front extension including demolition of existing garage.

 

Rookery Cottage

Hoe Lane

Flansham

Applicant: Lara and Charlie Mackendrick

Case Officer: Amber Willard

Received 20/09/19

Comments due to ADC by 17/10/2019

Comments Submitted:

Not submitted

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 23/10/2019

 

39

27/09/19

Y/73/19/A

1 No. non-illuminated entrance sign

 

Land off Burndell Road Yapton

 

Applicant: Bovis Homes

 

Case Officer: Amber Willard

Received 27/09/19

Comments due to ADC by 24/10/2019

Comments Submitted:

No Objection

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 29/10/2019

 

41

11/10/19

Y/83/19/OUT

Outline application with some matters reserved for the erection of 33 No. dwellings, access roads, landscaping & associated works (resubmission following Y/62/18/OUT). This application is a Departure from the Development Plan.

 

Clays Farm

North End Road

Yapton

Applicant: Domusea Developments Ltd

Case Officer: Mr S. Davis

Received 11/10/19

Comments due to ADC by 07/11/2019

Comments Submitted:

Submitted on 07/11/2019

Current Status

Approved Conditionally with S.106 on 31/03/2020

 

Internet comments made on 7th November 2019 which has been recorded as 'an objection' with the comments as follows:

This is a summary of the full response which is posted elsewhere on the planning application portal:

YPC have fully considered the above application and continue to object to the development of housing in this location.

 YPC have had a constructive meeting with the applicant with regards to their proposed scheme. However, YPC still have strong reservations regarding the development of this greenfield site. YPC would like to make it clear that the Clays Farm site has never been designated as an area within Yapton for future housing growth and has not been nominated by YPC through the Non-Strategic Site Allocations Development Plan Document (DPD) as a future potential location/site.

 YPC whilst recognising the improved layout and considered density of the scheme are not in a position to be able to support housing on this site as it remains outside the BUAB and is not  identified as an agreed NSS DPD within the Parish's agreed allocation numbers. YPC have worked closely with ADC to meet its new Parish housing allocation as part of ADC's Non-Strategic Site Allocations Development Plan Document Process and Yapton's current work on modifying its YNP. Yapton Parish's original allocation of 120 units has been increased by an additional 90 units. This has been achieved and agreed as outlined in YPC's planning response to planning ref Y/49/18/PL dated 12th November 2018. YPC is therefore strongly of the view that this application is very much a departure from the Development Plan on two counts - outside the BUAB and not falling within any agreed NSS DPD.

 Whilst the applicant has revised the application YPC continue to have the same reservations and concerns addressed in its objection letter, dated 12th September 2018, addressing the applicant's previous application (Planning Ref Y/62/18/OUT).

 

41

11/10/19

Y/82/19/HH

 

Removal of detached garage and erection of single storey side extension.

27 Briar Close

Yapton

Applicant: Mrs C. Hughes

Case Officer: Amber Willard

Received 11/10/19

Comments due to ADC by 07/11/2019

Comments Submitted:

No Objection

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 27/11/2019

 

 

44

01/11/19

Y/87/19/HH

Single storey rear extension

8 Mill View Road

Yapton

Applicant: Mrs Morris

Case Officer: Amber Willard

Received 01/11/19

Comments due to ADC by 28/11/2019

Comments Submitted:

No Objection

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 20/12/2019

 

45

11/11/19

Y/63/19/RES

Bonhams Field

Main Road

Yapton

BN18 0DX

 

Amended plans

 

Approval of reserved matters following the grant of Y/1/17/OUT for 56 No. dwellings with associated open space & creation of new access. This application affects the character & apperance of the Yapton (Main Road) Conservation Area & affects the setting of listed buildings.

 

Applicant: Seaward Properties Ltd

 

Case Officer: Simon Davis

Received 11/11/19

Comments due to ADC by 02/12/2019

Comments Submitted:

Response attached as submitted on 02/12/2019

Current Status

Approved Conditionally by Committee on 21/02/2020

 

46

15/11/19

Y/100/19/A

Land off Burndell Road

Yapton

 

Various Non-illuminated

advertisements.

 

Applicant: Bovis Homes

 

Case Officer: Amber Willard

 

 

Received 15/11/19

Comments due to ADC by 12/12/2019

Comments Submitted:

See below

Re-advertised with changes to specification

Comments due 30/01/2020

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 25/02/2020

 

The Parish Council's comments remain unchanged from our first objection as set out in our response dated 11th December 2019.

 YPC remain deeply concerned with the excessive proposed use of signage for this site. The site is significantly set back from Burndell Road and is surrounded by existing residential areas. Therefore, the only signage that actually  provides genuine visibility to potential passing customers is that on the frontage. With this in mind, YPC fail to see what the true benefit of the proposed 13 fence panels and 32 flags within the site provide. 

 YPC strongly object to the proposed excessive use of 32 flags which will generate significant  additional background noise 24 hours of the day affecting the well-being of adjacent existing residents.

 

47

22/11/19

Y/105/19/PL

Conversion of & alterations to existing barns to create 3 no. dwellings, erection of car barns & stores, a replacement pump house, demolition of barn & associated landscaping & parking - This application may affect the character and appearance of Main Road/Church Road Conservation Area.

 

Stakers Farm

North End Road

Yapton

 

Applicant: Granite Gate Ltd

 

Case Officer: Maria Tomalova

 

Received 22/11/19

Comments due to ADC by 19/12/2019

Comments Submitted:

See earlier section on this application

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 25/02/2020

 

Internet comments made on 19th December 2019 which has been recorded as 'an objection' with the comments as follows:

YPC have fully considered the above application.

YPC recongnise that whilst the site falls within Yapton's BUAB  the buildings form an important part of both the listed building's setting as well as the Yapton Main Road Conservation Area. It is with these two important factors in mind that YPC wish to ensure that a truly sympathetic approach is adopted with any future development of these important agricultural buildings in terms of setting, materials and any refurbishment/redevelopment works.

YPC wish to object to the current proposal set out in the above application on grounds of Highways. This stretch of North End Road is subject to continuous congestion resulting from overflow street parking from both Yapton Primary School and the Avisford Doctor's Surgery.  The current parking situation frequently blocks visibility splays to and from the proposed entrance way.  Therefore YPC believe that unless the current parking problem can be resolved the Staker's Farm entrance/exit point is inadequate for the applicant's proposed increased intensification of site in terms of traffic movements and flow.

YPC would also state that it regards the proposed amenity space for Barn 3 to be insufficient for a 3 bed house. YPC would also question whether the introduction of a third dwelling in this location actually enhances the site but probably simply causes unnecessary over intensification for a sensitive set of historic farm buildings

 

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22/11/19

Y/106/19/L

Listed building consent for conversion of & alterations to existing barns to create 3 no. dwellings, erection of car barns & stores, a replacement pump house, demolition of barn, associated landscaping & parking.

 

Stakers Farm

North End Road

Yapton

 

Applicant: Granite Gate Ltd

 

Case Officer: Maria Tomalova

Received 22/11/19

Comments due to ADC by 19/12/2019

Comments Submitted:

See below

Current Status

Undecided

To be decided on 31/07/2020

 

Internet comments made on 19th December 2019 which has been recorded as 'an objection' with the comments as follows:

YPC have fully considered the above application.

 YPC recongnise that whilst the site falls within Yapton's BUAB  the buildings form an important part of both the listed building's setting as well as the Yapton Main Road Conservation Area. It is with these two important factors in mind that YPC wish to ensure that a truly sympathetic approach is adopted with any future development of these important agricultural buildings in terms of setting, materials and any refurbishment/redevelopment works.

 YPC wish to object to the current proposal set out in the above application on grounds of Highways. This stretch of North End Road is subject to continuous congestion resulting from overflow street parking from both Yapton Primary School and the Avisford Doctor's Surgery.  The current parking situation frequently blocks visibility splays to and from the proposed entrance way.  Therefore YPC believe that unless the current parking problem can be resolved the Staker's Farm entrance/exit point is inadequate for the applicant's proposed increased intensification of site in terms of traffic movements and flow.

 YPC would also state that it regards the proposed amenity space for Barn 3 to be insufficient for a 3 bed house. YPC would also question whether the introduction of a third dwelling in this location actually enhances the site but probably simply causes unnecessary over intensification for a sensitive set of historic farm buildings.

 

50

13/12/2019

Y/89/19/HH

Single storey side extension linking semi-detached garage to existing house including conversion of existing garage to habitable use and rear extension. This application affects the setting of a listed building.

 

Hazel Cottage

Church Lane

Yapton

BN18 0EH

 

Applicant: Mr Paul Rhodes

Case Officer: Amber Willard

 

Received 13/12/19

Comments due to ADC by 12/01/2020

Comments Submitted:

See below

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 23/01/2020

 

Internet comments made on 19th December 2019 which has been recorded as 'support' with the comments as follows:

YPC have fully considered the above application and would state that its comments remain as those stated on the applicant's previous application Y/8/19/HH.

YPC will support an extension which aesthetically maintains the appearance of an outbuilding so would request that the following amendments are made to the proposal before being granted planning: - dorma windows are removed from the new side extension fronting Church Lane. The two proposed windows are incongruous to the historic streetscape of this part of Church Lane.    YPC would also seek the following conditions be placed should the application be granted planning:   - . Conditions requiring the materials to be in keeping with the surrounding historic buildings must be used.   - the extension remains ancillary accommodation to the main dwelling Hazel Cottage.    This is due to the lack of parking provision both on and off street for a new separate dwelling. 

YPC remain deeply concerned with regard to the impact the proposed two dormer windows will have on the Church Lane streetscape and would prefer the use of conservation style velux windows in place of the proposed dorma windows. 

YPC would also insist that should planning be granted that the conditions suggested on the earlier application remain in place.

 

 

01

03/01/2020

Y/100/19/A

Readvertisement due to Amended description

 

1 x totem board, 2 x medium totem board, 13 x fence panels, 2 x wall panels, 3 x small totem board, 1 x ACM cut out letters, 32 x flags.

 

Land off Burndell Road

Yapton

 

Applicant: Bovis Homes

 

Case Officer: Amber Willard

 

Received 03/01/20

Comments due to ADC by 30/01/2020

Comments Submitted:

See previous comments on this application

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 25/02/2020

 

02

10/10/2020

Y/111/19/PL

Variation of conditions 2 & 4 following the grant of Y/37/18/HH; 2-provision of detached garage to include infill matching pitched roof & associated dormers & 4-window to be standard glazed & normal opening provisions.

 

Mayfield House

Yapton Road

Barnham

 

Applicant: Mr & Mrs D Pallister

 

Case Officer: David Spring

Received 10/01/20

Comments due to ADC by 06/02/2020

Comments Submitted:

No Objection

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 15/05/2020

 

 

10/01/2020

Y/117/19/PL

Extension & alterations to main dwelling & conversion & extension of existing annexe to three holiday letting units (resubmission following Y/74/19/PL).

 

The Crickets

Hoe Lane

Flansham

 

Applicant: Mr B. Brogan

 

Case Officer: Maria Tomalova

Received 10/01/2020

Comments due to ADC by 06/02/2020

Comments Submitted:

Objection – see comments below

Current Status

Refused

 

YPC objects with concerns remaining as outlined in previous response dated 10th October 2019 (See below), the key issue remaining over development of this sensitive site.

 Previous response dated 10th October 2019:

Yapton PC has considered the above planning application and believe that it will constitute over development of the site which lies within a residential area of predominantly large well spaced detached houses set within generous plots. This streetscape reflects the heritage of Hoe Lane Flansham.    The Parish therefore would like to OBJECT to planning application Y/74/19/PL on the following grounds:

1. Over-intensive use of the site. The two proposed buildings are sited extremely close to each other generating potential conflict with the holiday let use and permanent residential use. The building line and massing of the two units will detract from this loosely developed section of Hoe Lane.

2. The proposed extension of the residential dwelling whilst large is in keeping with the current two storey structure. However, the proposed holiday lets building is a substantial departure from the existing structure's size and proportions. YPC believe that the proposed holiday lets are a significant overdevelopment of a small existing footprint and are overbearing on the adjoining residential unit. YPC would seek the proposal to be reconsidered with a less intensive holiday use proposed.    YPC would also seek that should any holiday unit be consented that its use as a holiday let be confirmed by appropriate conditioning to ensure that these proposed units do not fall within the category of permanent residential let and/or unit. Appropriate conditioning being: The accommodation approved shall be used exclusively as tourist accommodation for individual lets for up to and no more than 28 consecutive nights. No unit shall be occupied by one person for more than 28 days in a calendar year. The owner shall maintain a register of occupiers including how long they occupied the units, their permanent home address and contact details for each calendar year. This register shall be made available to the Council on request. Reason: To preserve the availability of the accommodation as a holiday let and to prevent the establishment of permanent dwellings.  

3. The proposed parking layout plan does not sufficiently demonstrate that the 7 indicated parking spaces are adequate for the whole site or that they have adequate turning and manoeuvrability space to enable cars to easily access the proposed spaces unhindered and all times. No disabled parking bay has been provided for the proposed commercial use ie holiday lets. YPC request that the viability of the proposed parking if clearly demonstrated by full tracking being submitted.

 

 

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17/01/2020

Y/121/19/PL

Demolition of existing dwelling & outbuildings & erection of 11 No. dwellings (net increase 10 units), access, landscaping & associated works.

 

The Steddles

North End Road

Yapton

 

Applicant: Elberry Properties Ltd

Case Officer: David Spring

 

Received 17/01/2020

Comments due to ADC by 13/02/2020

Comments Submitted:

Not yet due

Current Status

To be decided by Committee on 29/07/2020

 

YPC have carefully considered the above application for the demolition and redevelopment of the site currently occupied by the residential dwelling known as Steddles.

YPC accept that the site lies within the Parish's BUAB. However, YPC have strong reservations regarding the density of the development, open space provision versus parking spaces which has been greatly compromised to benefit the car rather than residents well-being and environment and the negative impact on local highways.

 1. DENSITY OF SCHEME - YPC note that the plot is similar in size (0.4ha) to the adjacent scheme, The Spires (Y/49/18/PL). The latter application was revised down to 10 units, this being considered more sustainable and appropriate for the plot size and location. YPC would therefore expect the same approach to be adopted for this proposal. YPC believe the current proposal is over developed for the plot size and fails to relate to the plot's surrounding built environment. YPC would suggest that the number of units are reduced.

2. OPEN SPACE PROVISION - The proposed scheme has greatly compromised the provision of open/amenity space through the need to provide hard-standing for vehicles. YPC would look to the density of the scheme being reduced which would enable more flexibility in providing adequate parking and amenity space provision. YPC have strong reservations regarding the streetscape which has little soft landscaping to the front of the units. YPC would suggest that better use of soft landscaping is used to enhance the rural feel of this part of Yapton.

3. CAR PARKING - YPC note that the parking provision is compromised due to the density of the proposed scheme. YPC question that practicality/usability of some of the parking spaces. YPC would also seek that visitor parking is provided. YPC have concerns that residents and visitors will be forced to park on North End Road which will generate further conflict on this stretch of highway.

4. HIGHWAYS - YPC have grave concerns relating to the access point onto North End Road and it's close proximity to the access point of Clay's Farm (Y/62/18/out) outline approved scheme for 33 residential units. YPC believe that the proposal will both generate a conflict with traffic using the approved Clay's farm access point and lead to the over-intensification of this accessway onto North End Road.

YPC therefore object to this proposal in its current form.

Should ADC not refuse the above application YPC would insist that, as with other recent residential schemes within YPC, ADC place conditions restricting the use of garages for vehicular use only for the first 5 years of the scheme being fully occupied. This would ensure that the new residents do not reduce the intended parking provision within the scheme thus preventing the need to park on North End Road.

 

 

17/01/2020

Y/120/19/PL

Installation of an Earth Bund & replacement of removable entrance posts with 2 No. galvanised lockable gates.

 

The Yapton And Ford Village Hall

Main Road

Yapton

 

Applicant: The Yapton and Ford Village Hall

 

Case Officer: James Cross

Received 17/01/2020

Comments due to ADC by 13/02/2020

Comments Submitted:

No Objection

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 17/02/2020

 

06

07/02/2020

Y/11/20/HH

Single storey rear extension, two storey front and side extension and

removal of car port.

 

The Fairway

Hoe Lane

Flansham

 

Applicant: Mr & Mrs Napthine c/o the agent

 

Case Officer: Amber Willard

Received 07/02/2020

Comments due to ADC by 05/03/2020

Comments Submitted:

No Objection

No Objection, provided there is a condition requiring all materials to be subject to planning approval to ensure the extension enhances and compliments the architectural quality and history of Hoe Lane.

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 23/03/2020

 

 

07/02/2020

Y/12/20/PL

Conversion of 2 No. flats into 1 No.  single dwelling house together with single storey rear extension.

 

6 and 7

West View Drive

Yapton

 

Applicant: Mr L Brady

 

Case Officer: David Spring

Received 07/02/2020

Comments due to ADC by 05/03/2020

Comments Submitted:

No Objection

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 31/03/2020

 

07

14/02/2020

 

Y/8/20/PL

Variation of condition 1-plans condition, imposed under Y/98/18/RES regarding apartment changes for 56-63 on south side of elevation dealing with window configuration & revised kitchen layout internally & change original version from two units to one larger unit on east elevation in roof space; apartment changes for 67-74 on south elevation dealing with window configuration & revised kitchen layout internally & the original version has changed from two units to one larger units on west elevation in roof space, removal of carports (plots 7-12) & pergolas (plots 53 & 19), addition of suntubes for plots 62, 63, 72 & 73.

 

 

Land off Burndell Road

Yapton

 

Applicant: Bovis Homes Southern Counties Region Central

 

Case Officer: Mr S Davis

Received 14/02/2020

Comments due to ADC by 12/03/2020

Comments Submitted:

No Objection - no objection conditional upon no overall loss of current approved parking requirements.

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 14/04/2020

 

 

14/02/2020

Y/17/20/PL

Construction of a new access to serve residential development This application may affect a Public Right of Way.

 

Land north of Yapton C of E Primary

North End Road

Yapton

 

Applicant: Yapton Developments Ltd

Case Officer: Mr S Davis

 

Received 14/02/2020

Comments due to ADC by 12/03/2020

Comments Submitted:

No objection - conditional upon any impact on the PROW being rectified via appropriate re-routing of the PROW where required

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 24/04/2020

 

 

14/02/2020

Y/19/20/RES

Approval of reserved matters following outline consent Y/80/16/OUT for 4.5ha of residential development comprising of 3.4ha of land for the erection of 100 No.

dwellings (up to 30 (30%) affordable housing) together with 1.1ha of land set aside for public open space & strategic landscaping & 2.2ha of public open space & green corridors with vehicular access from Ford Lane & pedestrian/cycle access only from North End Road. This application may affect the setting of listed buildings, affects the character & appearance of the Church Lane, Yapton Conservation Area & affects a Public Right of Way.

 

Land to the south of Ford Lane and east of North End Road

Yapton

 

Applicant: Redrow Homes Limited

 

Case Officer: Michael Eastham

Received 14/02/2020

Comments due to ADC by 12/03/2020

Comments Submitted:

Support - See below

Current Status

REFUSED

Decided on 12th May 2020

 

Yapton Parish Council (YPC)recognise that the applicant has engaged in a wide public consultant by way of meetings with YPC  and advertising their detail design in the Yapton News Magazine requesting residents  feedback. YPC are pleased to note that the applicant has taken into consideration many of the concerns raised by YPC notably with regard to landscaping and PROW.

 YPC therefore support this application conditional upon the following conditions:

 - YPC would request that the housing mix aligns with the YNP with a greater emphasis on family 3or4 bed homes opposed to 2 bed homes. This would ensure that the village community continues to grow and develop as a family facing village opposed to a young career climber's starting point on the housing ladder.

 - YNP would welcome suitable smaller housing for the more elderly village demographic which would encourage downsizing within the parish and subsequent churn of existing housing stock.

 - YPC Note that plots 64/71 and plots 72/79 fronting North End Road extend to 3 storeys. YPC would request that the units are reduced in height to 2    storey in height or ground levels reduced to create the visual perception of 2    storey buildings. This is to ensure that the streetscape reflects that of North End Road and the immediate dwellings within close proximity to these plots.

- YPC welcome the use of both LAPs and LEAPs but challenge the siting of the LEAP. The LEAP is within a few meters of the surface water collect pond which YPC view as placing small children using the LEAP at an unnecessary risk. YPC would suggest that the LEAP be relocated to more appropriate location within the scheme and the current LEAP location become a LAP. This area could then be used to encourage residents and children to explore and learn about the natural environment and wildlife of the area.

- All street lights must be designed to ensure minimum light pollution to ensure that the current night sky is not impacted in a negative manner. This must include all adopted road lighting which tends to favour higher and fewer street light as a cost saving but unfortunately lead to significantly higher light pollution and bleed.

- All garages must either be car ports or have a planning restriction against the conversion to ancillary accommodation to the main dwelling. This is to prevent antisocial and/or inappropriate street/verge parking within and outside the estate.

 

 

14/02/20

Y/18/20/PL

Readvertisement due to Amended site plan

6 No. residential dwellings & associated infrastructure. This application is a Departure from the Development Plan.

Land east of North End Road & West of Church Lane Nursery

Yapton

 

Applicant: Crayfern Homes Ltd

Case Officer: Mr S Davis

 

Received 14/02/2020

Comments due to ADC by 12/03/2020

Comments Submitted:

No Objection – see comments below

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 13/05/2020

 

Yapton Parish Council (YPC) has fully considered the above application.

YPC note that this is not an allocated housing site in the made YNP and lies outside the BUAB (ALP 2011-31 policy map).

However, the site does form surplus land attached to the Orchard Business Park and therefore would not result in either the loss of exisiting employment land or indeed designated employment land in the ALP 2011-31. On this basis, YPC are prepared to support this proposal in recognition of the 6 units contributing towards YPC's suggested increased housing requirement in order to meet the ALP 2018 H12.1.6 non-strategic site allocations DPD process.

YPC, therefore, has no objection to this application on the basis that it forms part of YPC's final non-strategic site allocation numbers and conditional upon:

 - All materials to be subject to final approval.

 - Plot 1 not to exceed 2 storeys in height to maintain and enhance the mixed street scape of North End Road.

 - The proposed hedging fronting North End Road to be native species which do not have poisonous berries. This is to ensure the hedge enhances the scheme and does not place primary school children walking to school at risk.

 - The developer  to protect the existing wide grassed verge fronting North End Road and extending to Church Lane by installing small 0.5m high bollards to prevent verge side parking. This will ensure the safety of any pedestrians using the pavement and the protection of the grass verge. YPC note that WSCC have recently released a statement confirming that they will not be replacing bollards such as the ones missing along this stretch of verge leaving residents and the Parish with the responsibility of finding a solution. YPC see this condition as forming an appropriate solution.

 - All garages to either be car ports or to have a planning restriction preventing garages to be converted to ancillary accommodation to the main. This is to ensure that required parking accommodation is not permanently lost giving rise to uncontrolled street parking.

 

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21/02/2020

 

Y/6/20/PL

Retrospective application for change of use of land to garden land & erection of workshop/hobbies building & pergola.

17 Canal Road

Yapton

 

Applicant: Mr & Mrs K Watkins

Case Officer: Amber Willard

Received 21/02/2020

Comments due to ADC by 19/03/2020

Comments Submitted:

No objection - conditional to permanent restriction on the main dwelling that this building/outbuilding use remains for storage and being ancillary to the main residential dwelling.

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 06/04/2020

 

10

06/03/2020

Y/24/20/PL

Change of use from Horticultural to storage of containers, caravans & garden equipment, erection of green palisade fencing to front of site behind the existing hedgerow, increase planting buffer to front & side & 4 No. CCTV cameras.

 

Fresh Acres Nursery

Yapton Lane

Walberton

 

Applicant: Mr K Crook

Fresh Acres Nursery

 

Case Officer: Maria Tomolova

Received 06/03/2020

Comments due to ADC by 02/04/2020

Comments Submitted:

None submitted

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 19/05/2020

 

12

20/03/2020

Y/26/20/RES

Approval of reserved matters following the grant of Y/32/17OUT for the erection of 19 No. dwellings. This application also lies within the parish of Clymping & affects a Public Right of Way.

 

Land at the Southern End of Cinders Lane

Cinders Lane

Yapton

 

Applicant: Matthew Utting, MatPlan Ltd on behalf of Crayfern Homes

Case Officer: Mr S. Davis

Received 20/03/2020

Comments due to ADC by 18/04/2020

Comments Submitted:

No Objection. YPC condition that any modifications to the footpath network ensure that improved access is enabled to ensure easy access for DDA and other multi users.

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 18/05/2020

 

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27/3/2020

Y/33/20/PL

Demolition of existing dwelling & outbuildings & erection of 7 No. dwellings comprising 3 No. 4 bed

houses, 1 No. 3 bed house & 3 No 2 bed houses. This application is a Departure from the Development Plan.

 

Sunnymead

North End Road

Yapton

 

Applicant: Mr R. Daniels

 

Case Officer: Amy Myer

Received 27/03/2020

Comments due to ADC by 25/04/2020

Comments Submitted:

See comments below

Current Status

REFUSED

Decision on 20/05/2020

 

YPC strongly object to this proposal

•           The site lies outside the BUAB and is not an identified housing location in either the ALP or the YNP. It is therefore a departure from the development plan. YPC would also comment that the Coal Yard site diagonally opposite this plot was rejected as unsuitable for housing during the Yapton Neighbourhood Plan with the Examiner stating:

?         Whilst displaying built-up characteristics this area to the north of the crossroads (Maypole Lone/North End Road) is both distinct from and geographically separated from the built-up part of the village. It is approximately 1000 metres from the village centre, a walk of approximately 18 minutes. I also recommend the deletion of this site from the Plan (Yapton Neighbourhood Plan Submission Version Report by Independent Examiner Andrew Ashcroft 14 August 2014)

YPC believe that since the Examiner's comments new housing and planning consents granted within the Parish of Yapton have been significant with several built out and occupied. YPC therefore question the need for a site so divorced from its local facilities to be considered for housing.

•           YPC view the site as unsustainable in terms of ease of access to community facilities.

•           YPC regard the proposal as having an adverse environmental impact on the residential dwelling nearby by the removal of established trees which currently act as a natural sound barrier to the noise generated by the level crossing etc.

•           YPC have strong concerns relating to the site's access/egress close proximity to the North End level crossing (41m south). YPC is of the view that any intensification of traffic entering and exiting North End Road will create a traffic hazard on the level crossing.

•           The development appears incongruous and wholly inappropriate in terms of scale and density of development for the location.

 

 

 

Y/111/19/PL

RE-ADVERTISEMENT – Change of description 19/3/2020

 

Proposed conversion of detached garage to a residential annex along with an infill extension to join this

proposed annex to the main

dwelling.

 

Mayfield House

Yapton Road

Barnham

 

Applicant: Mr & Mrs D. Pallister

 

Case Officer: David Spring

Received 27/03/2020

Comments due to ADC by 25/04/2020

Comments Submitted:

No objection subject to suitable use of materials to reflect the nature of the original building.

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 15/05/20

 

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17/4/2020

Y/37/20/T

1 No. Red Oak (T1) prune all lateral overhanging branches back to 3m.

1 No. Maple tree (T2) prune all lateral branches overhanging back to 2m.

1 No. Maple tree (T3) prune all lateral branches overhanging back to 2m.

1 No. Red Oak tree (T4) prune all lateral branches to 4m.

 

Shoulders

Main Road

Yapton

 

Applicant: Mr Andy Taylor

 

Case Officer: Finlay Gardner

Received 20/03/2020

Comments due to ADC by 15/05/2020

Comments Submitted:

No Objection

Current Status

Approved Conditionally on 12/06/2020

 

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01/05/2020

Y/39/20/RES

Approval of reserved matters following outline consent Y/49/17/OUT & Section 73 permission Y/13/19/PL for 45 No. dwellings & associated works. This application may affect the setting of a Listed Building.

 

Land at Street Building

North End Road

Yapton

 

Applicant: Redrow Homes Limited c/o Pegasus Group

 

Case Officer: Mr Simon Davis

Received 01/05/2020

Comments due to ADC by 30/05/2020

Comments Submitted:

Not yet due

Current Status

Undecided

Decision due 28/07/2020

 

An internet representation was made on 28th May 2020 which has been recorded as support with the comments as follows:

OWPC27291

Yapton Parish Council has held various constructive discussions with the applicant regarding the above planning application. Broadly the Parish are supportive but would make the following comments that should be taken on board and dealt with by way of conditions:

1.         Layout and massing - YPC are very conscious of the historic streetscape of this section of North End Road and would seek that the ridge height of the proposed units closest to the existing buildings reflect this. YPC are concerned that the new build, despite being set back, could dominate this otherwise historic streetscape and become overbearing.

2.         Garages and outbuildings - YPC insist that conditions must be placed on garaging and outbuildings to ensure that they retain their planned use and are not converted into additional residential accommodation when occupied. The purpose of such conditioning is to ensure that the correct parking requirement are met and maintained during the life of the scheme preventing overflow parking onto the streets and beyond.

3.         Landscaping - YPC would seek a mixture of planting to include height along the rear elevation of plots housing the Bromsgrove unit (24-28). This is to soften at both low level and high level the harshness of the full brick elevation. YPC would wish to see this reflected in the final agreed landscaping plan.

4.         YPC have concerns with the remoteness of the LAP from the main housing and would prefer it to be more central to the scheme.

5.         Lighting. Street lighting must respect the dark nights in this area and ensure that there is limited 'bleed' impacting the nearby housing on North End Road. Conditions restricting hours of operation should be implemented along with limits on lux levels and ensuring all lighting is capped and low to ensure down-lighting

6.         Footpaths/green connectivity - YPC note that a future pedestrian link with adjoining Clays Farm (Y/62/18/0UT) site has been provided between plots 40 and 41. YPC insist that this link is not only provided for but a condition is applied to ensure that this footpath is open and usable for full public use as it will provide an essential part of Yapton's green-infrastructure linking the whole village through footpaths and cycle-ways.

7.         Parking - YPC raise concern at the limited number of visitor parking spaces.

 

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08/05/2020

Y/42/20/PL

Extension & alterations to main dwelling & conversion & extension of existing annexe to 2 No. holiday letting units (resubmission following Y/117/19/PL).

 

The Crickets

Hoe Lane

Flansham

Yapton

Applicant: Mr B. Brogan

Case Officer: Maria Tomalova

 

Received 08/05/2020

Comments due to ADC by 05/06/2020

Comments Submitted:

Not yet due

Current Status

Undecided

Decision due 31/07/2020

 

An internet representation was made on 5th June 2020 which has been recorded as an objection with the comments as follows:

OWPC27556

YPC objects with concerns remaining as outlined in previous responses dated 10th October 2019 and 6th February 2020 (See below), the key issue remaining over development of this sensitive site.

Previous response dated 6th February 2020 as amended:

Yapton PC has considered the above planning application and believe that it will constitute over development of the site which lies within a residential area of predominantly large well spaced detached houses set within generous plots. This streetscape reflects the heritage of Hoe Lane Flansham. The Parish therefore would like to OBJECT to planning application Y/74/19/PL on the following grounds:

1.         Over-intensive use of the site. The two proposed buildings are sited extremely close to each other generating potential conflict with the holiday let use and permanent residential use. The building line and massing of the two units will detract from this loosely developed section of Hoe Lane.

YPC recognise that there are now two holiday let's but still view this to be over development for the plot and location. The two buildings are still in the same location and although the holiday let appears to be reduced in size the main residence appears to have increased in size.

2.         The proposed extension of the residential dwelling whilst large is in keeping with the current two storey structure. However, the proposed holiday lets building is a substantial departure from the existing structure's size and proportions. YPC believe that the proposed holiday lets are a significant overdevelopment of a small existing footprint and are overbearing on the adjoining residential unit. Y PC would seek the proposal to be reconsidered with a less intensive holiday use proposed. Y PC would also seek that should any holiday unit be consented that its use as a holiday let be confirmed by appropriate conditioning to ensure that these proposed units do not fall within the category of permanent residential let and/or unit. Appropriate conditioning being: The accommodation approved shall be used exclusively as tourist accommodation for individual lets for up to and no more than 28 consecutive nights. No unit shall be occupied by one person for more than 28 days in a calendar year. The owner shall maintain a register of occupiers including how long they occupied the units, their permanent home address and contact details for each calendar year. This register shall be made available to the Council on request. Reason: To preserve the availability of the accommodation as a holiday let and to prevent the establishment of permanent dwellings.

YPC would want time see the overall increased footprint reduced in terms of gross internal area.

3. The proposed parking layout plan does not sufficiently demonstrate that the 7 indicated parking spaces are adequate for the whole site or that they have adequate turning and manoeuvrability space to enable cars to easily access the proposed spaces unhindered and all times. No disabled parking bay has been provided for the proposed commercial use ie holiday lets. YPC request that the viability of the proposed parking if clearly demonstrated by full tracking being submitted.

Should this proposal be granted planning YPC insist that conditions are added to ensure that the new dwelling are for holiday use only with a limited annual occupancy rate thus avoiding any permanent or long-term residence use.

 

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05/06/2020

Y/47/20/HH

Chessels

Hoe Lane

Flansham

Applicant: Mr Dan Forden

Case Officer: Amber Willard

Received 05/06/2020

Comments due to ADC by 02/07/2020

Comments Submitted:

Not yet due

Current Status

Undecided

Decision due 23/07/2020

 

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12/06/2020

Y/46/20/HH

Two storey side extension. This application may affect the setting of a Listed Building

 

Croft Cottage

Maypole Lane

Yapton

 

Applicant: Mr Anthony Glasspool

 

Case Officer: Mr F. Gardner

Received 12/06/2020

Comments due to ADC by 09/07/2020

Comments Submitted:

Not yet due

Current Status

Undecided

Decision due 03/08/2020

 

24 _ Additional

15/06/2020

F/4/20/OUT

Outline planning application (with all matters reserved except for access) for the development of up to 1,500 dwellings (Use Class C3), 60-bed care home (Use Class C2), up to 9,000 sqm of employment floorspace (Use Classes B1), local centre of up to 2,350 sqm including up to 900 sqm retail / commercial (Use Classes A1-A5) and 1,450 sqm community / leisure floorspace (Use Classes D1-D2), land for a two-form entry primary school (Use Class D1), public open space, allotments, new sports pitches and associated facilities, drainage, parking and associated access, infrastructure, landscape, ancillary and site preparation works, including demolition of existing buildings and part removal of existing runway hardstanding. This application affects a Public Right of Way. This application is the subject of an Environmental Statement. This application may affect the setting of a Listed Building. This application falls within CIL Zone 1 - Zero Rated.

 

Land at Ford Airfield

Ford

 

Applicant: Redrow Homes Southern Counties

 

Case Officer: Raymond Cole

 

Received 15/06/2020

Comments due to ADC by 06/07/2020

Comments Submitted:

Not yet due

Current Status

Undecided

Decision due July/August 2020

 

 

 

F/5/20/PL

Reconfiguration of Ford Market, including revised market access, hardstanding for replacement vehicular parking and associated infrastructure, landscape, ancillary and site preparation works.

 

Ford Airfield Market

Ford

BN18 0FL

 

Applicant: Ford Airfield Market

c/o Henry Adams

 

Case Officer: Raymond Cole

Received 15/06/2020

Comments due to ADC by 06/07/2020

Comments Submitted:

Not yet due

Current Status

Undecided

Decision due July/August 2020

 

25

19/06/2020

Y/51/20/T

Fell 1 No. Lawson Cypress (T1)

 

Tall Trees

Church Road

Yapton

 

Applicant: Mr Philip Kinnersly

 

Case Officer: Finlay Gardner

Received 19/06/2020

Comments due to ADC by 16/07/2020

Comments Submitted:

Not yet due

Current Status

Withdrawn

 

26

26/06/2020

Y/38/20/HH

Replace existing dilapidated lean-to roof (north side) with improved enclosed structure. Enclose existing open front porch. Add lean-to to rear of property. Increase off-road parking with associated drop curb.

 

22 Cherry Avenue

Yapton

 

Applicant: Mr Paul Beard

 

Case Officer: Amber Willard

Received 26/06/2020

Comments due to ADC by 23/07/2020

Comments Submitted:

Not yet due

Current Status

Undecided

Decision due 03/08/2020

 

Updated by ADG 26/06/2020