Planning Application

Case number W/03/00707/PN

CONSTRUCTION OF ELEVEN DWELLING HOUSES & ASSOCIATED WORKS

Location: Land at, Durcott Road, Evesham, WR11

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Application Type: Non-householder planning application

Parish: Evesham

Ward: Evesham South

Application Received: 10 April 2003

Statutory Start Date: 23 April 2003

Consultation Period From:

Consultation Period End: 20 January 2004

Decision Date: 29 March 2004

Case Officer: Caroline Ansell

Status: Decided

Decision: Approved - Planning application

This decision is subject to the following conditions:

  1. The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiration of five years from the date of this permission.

    Reason - In accordance with the requirements of Section 91 (1) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.

  2. The permission shall relate to the originally submitted plans and to the amended site plan received on 10th December 2003.

    Reason - To define the permission.

  3. Details of the form, colour and finish of the materials to be used externally on the walls and roofs shall be subject to the approval, in writing, of the Local Planning Authority before any work on the site commences.

    Reason - To ensure that the development is visually satisfactory.

  4. The precise floorslab levels of each new dwelling, relative to the existing development on the boundary of the site shall be submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority prior to the commencement of the development.

    Reason - In order to ensure that the overall appearance of the development is satisfactory.

  5. The development hereby permitted shall not commence until drainage works for the disposal of surface water and foul sewerage have been carried out in accordance with the details to be submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority in writing.

    Reason - To ensure that the development is provided with a satisfactory means of drainage, and to reduce the risk of creating or exacerbating a flooding problem.

  6. No development shall take place until full details of both hard and soft landscape works have been submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority. These details shall include number(s) (2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12) following:-

    1. earthworks (including the grading and mounding of land and the finished site levels or contours, showing relationship to existing and proposed vegetation and to surrounding land form);

    2. means of enclosure within the development site;

    3. treatment of the development site boundaries (including position, design, materials and type of boundary treatment);

    4. car parking layouts;

    5. lighting whether freestanding or attached to other structures;

    6. minor artefacts and structures (including furniture, play equipment, refuse or other storage units and signs);

    7. proposed and existing functional services above and below ground (eg. drainage, power, communications cables, pipelines etc. indicating lines, manholes, supports etc.);

    8. planting plans, including tree, hedge, shrub and grassed area planting and a written specification (including cultivation and other operations associated with plant and grass establishment);

    9. a schedule of plants noting species, plant sizes and proposed numbers and densities;

    10. retained historic landscape features including hedges and water features and proposals for restoration, where relevant;

    11. a programme of implementation;

    12. a schedule of maintenance for a period of five years commencing at the completion of the final phase of implementation, the schedule to make provision for the replacement, in the same position, of any plant that is removed, uprooted or destroyed or dies or, in the opinion of the Local Planning Authority, becomes seriously damaged or defective, with another of the same species and size as that originally planted.

    The works shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details, the programme of implementation and the schedule of maintenance.

    Reason - The Council considers that these requirements are necessary to protect and enhance the visual amenities of the area and to discharge its duty under S197 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.

  7. All approved hard and soft landscaping works and tree planting shall be carried out in accordance with the programme approved by the local planning authority as part of the scheme.

    Reason - The Council considers that these requirements are necessary to protect and enhance the visual amenities of the area and to discharge its duty under S197 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.

  8. All approved hard and soft landscaping and tree planting shall be maintained for a period of five years commencing at the completion of the final phase of implementation in accordance with the approved schedule. Any tree or other plant that is removed, uprooted or destroyed or dies or, in the opinion of the Local Planning Authority, becomes seriously damaged or defective, shall be replaced in the same position with another of the same species and size as that originally planted.

    Reason - The Council considers that these requirements are necessary to protect and enhance the visual amenities of the area and to discharge its duty under S197 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.

  9. Demolition, clearance or construction work and deliveries to and from the site in connection with the development hereby approved shall only take place between the hours of 08.00 and 18.00hrs Monday to Friday and 08.00 and 13.00hrs on a Saturday. There shall be no demolition, clearance or construction work or deliveries to and from the site on Sundays or Bank Holidays.

    Reason - To preserve the amenities of the locality.

  10. No development of the site shall take place until a method statement for the investigation of the land with respect to possible contamination has been submitted to the Local Planning Authority. The investigation shall not take place until the Local Planning Authority has approved the method statement. A report detailing the findings of the investigation must be submitted to the Local Planning Authority for approval in writing, together with a proposed scheme for the remediation of the site where it is deemed to be necessary.

    Reason - In the interests of public health.

  11. Before the development hereby approved is first brought into use the new estate road junction onto Durcott Road and the associated visibility splays shall be laid out in accordance with the amended plan no. 3647/14 Rev A.

    Reason - In the interests of highway safety.

  12. Prior to the occupation of the buildings hereby approved the existing vehicular access onto the adjoining highway shall be permanently closed. Details of the means of closure and reinstatement of this existing access shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority prior to the commencement of work on the development hereby approved.

    Reason - To ensure the safe and free flow of traffic using the adjoining County highway.

  13. Notwithstanding the detail indicated on the approved plan, no. 3647/14 Rev A, a minimum 600mm wide service margin shall be provided around the cul-de-sac turning head and the dwelling on plot 2 shall be set back such that there is a minimum of 5.5 metres between the garage door and the rear of the service margin adjoining the new estate road carriageway.

    Reason - In the interests of highway safety.

  14. Development shall not begin until the engineering details and specification of the proposed roads and highway drains have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

    Reason - To ensure an adequate and acceptable means of access is available before the dwelling or building is occupied.

  15. The development shall not be occupied until the roadworks necessary to provide access from the nearest publicly maintained highway have been completed in accordance with details submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

    Reason - To ensure an adequate and acceptable means of access is available before the dwelling or building is occupied.

  16. Development shall not begin until wheel cleaning apparatus has been provided in accordance with details to be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority and this equipment shall be operated and maintained during construction of the development hereby approved.

    Reason - To ensure that the wheels of vehicles are cleaned before leaving the site in the interests of highway safety.

  17. Development shall not begin until parking for site operatives and visitors has been provided within the application site in accordance with details to be submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority and such provision shall be retained and kept available during construction of the development.

    Reason - To prevent indiscriminate parking in the interest of highway safety.

  18. In this condition "retained tree" means an existing tree which is to be retained in accordance with the approved plans and particulars and paragraphs 1. and 2. below shall have effect until the expiration of one year from the date of the completion of the final phase of the approved landscaping scheme.

    1. No retained tree shall be cut down, uprooted or destroyed, nor shall any retained tree be topped or lopped other than in accordance with the approved plans and particulars, without the written approval of the Local Planning Authority. Any topping or lopping approved shall be carried out in accordance with British Standard in force at the time of the work.

    2. If any retained tree is removed, uprooted or destroyed or dies, another tree shall be planted at the same place and that tree shall be of such size and species, and shall be planted at such time, as may be specified in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

    3. The erection of fencing for the protection of any retained tree shall be undertaken in accordance with the approved plans and particulars before any equipment, machinery or materials are brought on to the site for the purposes of the development, and shall be maintained until all equipment, machinery and surplus materials have been removed from the site. Nothing shall be stored or placed in any area fenced in accordance with this condition and the ground levels within those areas shall not be altered, nor shall any excavation be made, without the written consent of the Local Planning Authority.

    4. There shall be no burning of any material within 10 metres of the extent of the canopy of any retained tree.

    Reason - The Council considers that these requirements are necessary to protect and enhance the visual amenities of the area and to discharge its duty under S197 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.

  19. Details of the method of kerb construction under the canopy of the retained trees shall be agreed in writing with the Local Planning Authority before any work commences on site.

    Reason - The Council considers that these requirements are necessary to protect and enhance the visual amenities of the area and to discharge its duty under S197 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.

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Applicant

D J Sinclair & Sons Ltd
Durcott Road
EVESHAM
Worcs

Agent

John Callow MRICS
Ward & Dale Smith
The Walker Hall
Market Square
EVESHAM
Worcs

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