| Details of Planning Application - 09/00035/P|
|Application registered||Consultation period||Awaiting decision||Decided||Appeal||Appeal decided|
|Application Type:||Full planning permission|
| Date Received:||08/01/2009|
|Registration (Validation) Date:||09/01/2009|
|Consultation Start Date:||09/01/2009|
|Earliest Decision Date (Consultation Period Expires):||02/02/2009|
|Target Date for Decision:||06/03/2009|
|Location:||The Parchmore Tavern, 82 Parchmore Road, Thornton Heath, CR7 8LW|
|Proposal:||Demolition of existing building; erection of three storey building comprising 1 three bedroom, 2 two bedroom and 4 one bedroom flats; erection of 2 two bedroom bungalows at rear; formation of access road and provision of associated parking |
|Case Officer:||Warren Pierson|
|Case Officer Tel:||020 8726 6800 Ext 62151|
|Agent:||Michael Trentham Architects|
|31 Balaclava Road|
|Press Date: ||No date|
|Site Notice Date: ||No date|
|and Representatives:||In Favour: 0|
|Click here for a list||Against: 1|
|Officer Site Visit Date:||14/01/2009|
|Committee Site Visit Date:||No date|
|Committee/Delegated Meeting Date: ||02/03/2009|
|Date Decision Made:||06/03/2009|
|Date Decision Despatched:||06/03/2009|
|Conditions or Reasons:|
No window or glazed door shall be provided in the south eastern and north western elevations
Reason: To protect the privacy of adjoining occupiers in accordance with Policy UD8 of the Croydon Replacement Unitary Development Plan (The Croydon Plan) and the Supplementary Planning Document No 2 on Residential Extensions and Alterations
Notwithstanding anything contained in Schedule 2 to the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995, or any amendment or replacement therefore, no enlargement of any dwelling (including the erection or enlargement of a garage or any other building or enclosure within the curtilage of any dwelling) shall be carried out without the express permission of the Local Planning Authority
Reason: To protect the amenities of adjoining occupiers and the visual character of the area
No development shall take place until full details of both hard and soft landscape works have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Such details shall include existing planting to be retained, species and size of proposed new planting, hard landscaping materials (which shall be permeable as appropriate), and all boundary treatment within and around the development. The approved details shall be provided before any part of the development is occupied or within such longer period or periods as the local planning authority may previously agree in writing. All planting shall be maintained for a period of five years from the date of planting; any planting which dies or is severely damaged or becomes seriously diseased or is removed within that period shall be replaced by planting of similar size and species to that originally provided.
Reason: To enhance the appearance of the development, protect the visual amenities of the locality, and to ensure that the new planting becomes established in accordance with Policies UD1, UD2, UD6, UD13 and UD14 of the Croydon Replacement Unitary Development Plan (The Croydon Plan).
Prior to the commencement of the development the approval of the Local Planning Authority shall be obtained with respect to the following matters:-
(1) Full details of the height of the undercroft area to show that a minimum headroom height of 2.1m can be achieved throughout its length,
(2) Full details of the position and form of any fire hydrant or sprinkle system that may be required for the development,
(3) Full details of the bike and bin storage facilities.
The details shall be implemented as approved prior to the first occupation of the development and retained as such thereafter.
Reason: To ensure an acceptable standard of development having regard to the policies of the Croydon Replacement Unitary Development Plan (The Croydon Plan)
Unless otherwise previously agreed by the Local Planning Authority in writing the following shall be provided as specified in the application before any part of the development is occupied and shall be retained for so long as the development remains in existence:-
(1) visibility splays
(2) garden and amenity areas
(3) parking layout
Reason: To ensure an acceptable standard of development having regard to the policies of the Croydon Replacement Unitary Development Plan (The Croydon Plan).
No development shall take place until the applicant has provided to the Local Planning Authority a report for approval identifying how a minimum of 10% of the carbon emissions for which the development is responsible are off-set by on-site renewable energy production methods. The carbon savings which result from this will be above and beyond what is required to comply with Part L Building Regulations. If such requirements are to be provided by means of a biomass boiler in full or part, details shall also be provided to demonstrate that the boiler will be used, which shall include a commitment to maintain the boiler and details of how a long term fuel supply will be secured and delivered. The approved scheme shall then be provided in accordance with these details prior to the first occupation of the development and thereafter retained and used for energy supply for so long as the development remains in existence.Reason: To comply with Policy EP16 of the Croydon Replacement Unitary Development Plan (The Croydon Plan)
Before the development is begun an intrusive site investigation and assessment into the possibility of soil, water and gaseous contamination must be carried out to the approval of the Local Planning Authority. The investigation report shall include a risk assessment and details of remediation if required.
Remedial works which are shown to be required must be approved by the Local Planning Authority before any such works are carried out and completed prior to the occupation of any building. A validation report detailing evidence of all remedial work carried out must be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority at the conclusion of the work and before any occupation of the properties..
The developer shall notify the Local Planning Authority of any on site contamination not initially identified by the site investigation so that an officer of the Council may attend the site and agree any appropriate remedial action.
Reason: To ensure the safe development of potentially contaminated land in accordance with Policy EP3 of the Croydon Replacement Unitary Development Plan (The Croydon Plan)
No works on site shall commence until details of the external facing materials have been submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority in writing. The development shall only be implemented in accordance with such approved details.
Reason: To ensure that the appearance of the development is satisfactory in accordance with Policy UD3 of the Croydon Replacement Unitary Development Plan (The Croydon Plan)
The development shall be begun within three years of the date of the permission.
Reason: To comply with the provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 as amended by the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004
(a) the appearance of the development in the street scene
(b) the relationship of the development to adjacent property
(c) the character of the development in the surrounding area
(d) the impact on the amenities of the occupiers of adjacent and nearby properties
(e) the light and outlook of occupiers of adjacent and nearby properties
(f) the privacy of occupiers of adjacent and nearby properties
(g) the relationship of the development to trees to be retained
(h) the safety of pedestrians and motorists on the adjacent highway
(i) the safety and security of buildings and the spaces around them
(j) accessibility to buildings
(k) the housing policies of the development plan
(l) sustainability issues
(m) the recreational open space policies of the development plan
(n) the urban design policies of the development plan
(o) the environmental protection policies of the development plan
(p) the transport policies of the development plan
(q) the provision of satisfactory living accommodation for future residents of the flats
The applicant's attention is drawn to the fact that the alterations to existing parking restrictions and the provision of double yellow lines would require the prior approval of the Traffic Management Cabinet Committee. The Parking Services section of the Council would also need to be consulted.
|Appeal Received Date:||This case has no appeals against it|