Application Type: Householder planning
Application Received: 9 May 2014
Statutory Start Date: 10 June 2014
Consultation Period From: 13 June 2014
Consultation Period End: 11 July 2014
Decision Date: 17 July 2014
Case Officer: Stephen Holloway
Decision: Approved - Householder Application
This decision is subject to the following conditions:
The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiration of three 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 as amended by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.
The materials shown on the approved plan and detailed within the application form shall be used and no others substituted without the approval, in writing, of the Local Planning Authority before work on the site commences.
Reason - To ensure that the development is visually satisfactory in accordance with saved Local Plan Policy SUR1 and SUR6
Prior to the first use/occupation of the development hereby permitted, the details set out in the submitted Water Management Statement shall be fully implemented and remain thereafter. Reason - To ensure that an appropriate sustainable drainage system is provided to serve the development and to reduce the consumption of water. This is in accordance with the SPD on Water Management.
The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans:
1:1250 red line location plan 14:1722:01 - site plans 14:1722:04 - existing elevations 14:1722:02 - existing first floor plan 14:1722:02 - existing ground floor plan 14:1722:06 - proposed site plans 14:1722:09 - proposed elevations 14:1722:07 - proposed ground floor plan 14:1722:08 - proposed first floor plan
Reason - To define the permission.
Mr and Mrs Nicholls
Mr D L Rayton
Dennis L Rayton
60 Willow Bank Road
Note: The map marker shows the approximate centre of the application postcode, if available, or the nearest geocoded location from the address. The actual location may be slightly different.