Retrospective application for the change of use of farmyard to storage of plant and machinery (construction)
Location: Stone Arrow Farm, Peopleton, WR10 2DZOther planning applications at this location View location on map
Application Type: Change of use
Ward: Upton Snodsbury
Application Received: 27 March 2014
Statutory Start Date: 16 April 2014
Consultation Period From: 24 April 2014
Consultation Period End: 20 May 2014
Decision Date: 10 June 2014
Case Officer: David Addison
Decision: Approved - Change of Use
This decision is subject to the following conditions:
The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans: 'p2012_008/01 A' and 'p2012_008/02 A'.
Reason - In order to define the permission.
The premises shall be used for the storage of plant and machinery only and for no other purpose, including any other purpose in Class B1, B2 or B8 of the Schedule to the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987, or in any provision equivalent to that Class in any statutory instrument revoking and re-enacting that Order with or without modification.
Reason - In order to define the permission and to preserve the amenities of the locality, in accordance with saved Policies GD2 and ECON2 of the Wychavon District Local Plan (June 2006)
Within three months of the date of this permission, full details of soft landscaping works shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The details submitted must include:
i) a plan(s) showing details of all existing trees and hedges on the application site. The plan should include, for each tree/hedge, the accurate position, canopy spread and species, together with an indication of any proposals for felling/pruning and any proposed changes in ground level, or other works to be carried out, within the canopy spread. ii) a plan(s) showing the layout of proposed tree, hedge and shrub planting and grass areas. iii) a schedule of proposed planting - indicating species, sizes at time of planting and numbers/densities of plants. iv) a written specification outlining cultivation and other operations associated with plant and grass establishment. v) a schedule of maintenance, including watering and the control of competitive weed growth, for a minimum period of five years from first planting.
All planting and seeding/turfing shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details in the first planting and seeding/turfing seasons following the completion or first occupation/use of the development, whichever is the sooner.
Any trees or plants which, within a period of five years from the completion of the planting, die, are removed or become seriously damaged or diseased shall be replaced in the next planting season with others of similar size and species, unless otherwise agreed in writing by the local planning authority.
Reason - To protect and enhance the visual amenities of the area and to ensure the satisfactory development of the site - in accordance with saved Policies GD2, ENV1 and ENV7 of the Wychavon District Local Plan (June 2006).
Notwithstanding the information submitted, precise details of the proposed drainage from the application site shall be submitted to the local planning authority for approval in writing, within three months of the date of this permission. The site drainage system shall be laid out in such a manner so as to avoid the possibility of contaminated drainage entering the existing brook to the east of the application site. The submitted details must include:
- works for the re-grading of ridge, as shown on drawing no. 'p2012_008/02 A', including length of the ridge and material finish; - measures in place should the ground become compacted and no longer free-draining; - measures in place to deal with fuel spillages.
Reason - To minimise the risk of pollution of the Bow Brook Local Wildlife Site, in accordance with saved Policies ENV7 and ENV19 of the Wychavon District Local Plan (June 2006)
Mr C Powell
Stone Arrow Farm
Mr J Lowden
Insideout Architecture+Interiors Ltd
30 Stonebow Road
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