Application Number18/02678/HP
StatusApproved

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26/02/2019 22/03/2019 Approval 31/07/2019 N/A N/A

Summary
Application Number18/02678/HP
Location AddressThe Moors Tewkesbury Road Eckington Pershore WR10 3DE
ProposalTwo storey rear extension
StatusApproval
Application TypeHouseholder Planning
Appeal DecisionN/A

Important Dates
Application Received Date21/12/2018
Application Valid Date26/02/2019
Consultation Start Date26/02/2019
Site Visited / Site Notice Date01/03/2019
Consultation End22/03/2019
Advert Expiry
Committee Date (if applicable)
Committee Agenda
Decision Date31/07/2019

Further Information
Expected Decision LevelDelegated
Case OfficerRobert Smith
ParishEckington
WardEckington Ward
Applicant NameMr Colin Andrews
Agent NameMr Philip Hill
Agent Address29 Newlands Pershore Worcs WR10 1BW

Condition Details / Information Notes
The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission. Reason: To conform with the requirements of Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 as amended by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.
Unless where required or allowed by other conditions attached to this permission/consent, the development hereby approved shall be carried out in accordance with the information (including details on the proposed materials) provided on the application form and the following plans/drawings/documents – Location Plan Block Plan Existing Elevation/Floors plans to The Moors Existing Elevations/Sections to The Moors Amended end elevations and sections to The Moors Amended extension to The Moors Reason: To define the permission.
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 in accordance with policy SWDP29 of the South Worcestershire Development Plan 2016.
The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in strict accordance with the recommendations set out in section 7 of the Bat Survey report by Davidson-Watts Ecology dated 19th July 2019, and submitted with this application. In particular (but restricted to): - pre-start checks and direct supervision of roof strip by a suitably licensed ecologist; - installation of a bat box on a tree prior to the commencement of demolition; - retention of bat access into the roof void; - provision of compensatory bat roosting habitat by installing 2 bat access ridge tiles and 2 woodcrete boxes; and - avoidance of breathable membrane where accessible to bats. On completion of works the development shall be inspected by a qualified ecologist and a statement of conformity and a copy of any bat licences as appropriate shall be submitted to the Local Planning Authority to confirm whether all of the measures have been implemented in accordance with the details approved under this condition. Reason: To ensure the development contributes to the conservation and enhancement of biodiversity within the site and the wider area in accordance with policy SWDP22 of the South Worcestershire Development Plan and to ensure compliance with the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (as amended) and the Conservation of Habitats and Species Regulations 2017.
Network rail have asked that the following is considered; DRAINAGE Soakaways / attenuation ponds / septic tanks etc, as a means of storm/surface water disposal must not be constructed near/within 5 metres of Network Rail’s boundary or at any point which could adversely affect the stability of Network Rail’s property/infrastructure. Storm/surface water must not be discharged onto Network Rail’s property or into Network Rail’s culverts or drains. Network Rail’s drainage system(s) are not to be compromised by any work(s). Suitable drainage or other works must be provided and maintained by the Developer to prevent surface water flows or run-off onto Network Rail’s property / infrastructure. Proper provision must be made to accept and continue drainage discharging from Network Rail’s property. (The Land Drainage Act) is to be complied with. Suitable foul drainage must be provided separate from Network Rail’s existing drainage. Once water enters a pipe it becomes a controlled source and as such no water should be discharged in the direction of the railway. Full details of the drainage plans are to be submitted for acceptance to the Network Rail Asset Protection Engineer. No works are to commence on site on any drainage plans without the acceptance of the Network Rail Asset Protection Engineers: Network Rail has various drainage standards that can be provided Free of Charge should the applicant/developer engage with Network Rail’s Asset Protection Engineers. SAFETY Any works on this land will need to be undertaken following engagement with Asset Protection to determine the interface with Network Rail assets, buried or otherwise and by entering into a Basis Asset Protection Agreement, if required, with a minimum of 3months notice before works start. assetprotectionwestern@networkrail.co.uk SITE LAYOUT It is recommended that all buildings be situated at least 2 metres from the boundary fence, to allow construction and any future maintenance work to be carried out without involving entry onto Network Rail's infrastructure. Where trees exist on Network Rail land the design of foundations close to the boundary must take into account the effects of root penetration in accordance with the Building Research Establishment’s guidelines. PILING Where vibro-compaction/displacement piling plant is to be used in development, details of the use of such machinery and a method statement should be submitted for the approval of Network Rail’s Asset Protection Engineer prior to the commencement of works and the works shall only be carried out in accordance with the approved method statement. EXCAVATIONS/EARTHWORKS All excavations / earthworks carried out in the vicinity of Network Rail’s property / structures must be designed and executed such that no interference with the integrity of that property / structure can occur. If temporary compounds are to be located adjacent to the operational railway, these should be included in a method statement for approval by Network Rail. Prior to commencement of works, full details of excavations and earthworks to be carried out near the railway undertaker’s boundary fence should be submitted for approval of the Local Planning Authority acting in consultation with the railway undertaker and the works shall only be carried out in accordance with the approved details. Where development may affect the railway, consultation with the Asset Protection Engineer should be undertaken. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES The design and siting of buildings should take into account the possible effects of noise and vibration and the generation of airborne dust resulting from the operation of the railway. LANDSCAPING It is recommended no trees are planted closer than 1.5 times their mature height to the boundary fence. The developer should adhere to Network Rail’s advice guide on acceptable tree/plant species. Any tree felling works where there is a risk of the trees or branches falling across the boundary fence will require railway supervision. PLANT, SCAFFOLDING AND CRANES Any scaffold which is to be constructed adjacent to the railway must be erected in such a manner that, at no time will any poles or cranes over-sail or fall onto the railway. All plant and scaffolding must be positioned, that in the event of failure, it will not fall on to Network Rail land. While the local planning authority cannot enforce the above as conditions of the hereby approved development it is recommended that they are nevertheless complied with.
Positive and Proactive Statement. In dealing with this application, the Council has worked with the applicant in the following ways: - seeking further information following receipt of the application; - seeking amendments to the proposed development following receipt of the application; - considering the imposition of conditions and or the completion of a s.106 legal agreement. In such ways the Council has demonstrated a positive and proactive manner in seeking solutions to problems arising in relation to the planning application.

Copyright Notice

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 Document TypeDate PublishedDescriptionFile SizeDrawing/Rev Number

Group: Application Documents

  01. Application Form 03/01/2019Application Form (3373kb) -
  01. Application Form 26/02/2019CIL Form (2259kb) -
  01. Application Form 26/02/2019CIL Form 1 (1530kb) -
  01. Application Form 26/02/2019Consultee List (397kb) -
  01. Application Form 01/03/2019Site Notice (8kb) -
  02. Supporting Information 03/01/2019Specification (2005kb) -
  02. Supporting Information 22/01/2019Energy Statement for existing dwelling (1161kb) -
  02. Supporting Information 22/01/2019Energy Statement for existing dwelling with proposed extension (1151kb) -
  02. Supporting Information 19/02/2019Bat Survey (5251kb) -
  02. Supporting Information 22/07/2019DWE 0673 The Moors Bat Survey 19_07_2019.pdf (5102kb) -

Group: Plans

  04. Site/Location Plan  Location Plan (350kb) - C
  05. Existing Plans 21/12/2018Existing Elevations/Floor (496kb)
  05. Existing Plans 21/12/2018Existing Elevations/Sections (300kb)
  06. Proposed Plans 28/01/2019Block Plan (331kb) - B
  06. Proposed Plans 21/06/2019Elevations/Sections (622kb) - A
  06. Proposed Plans 21/06/2019Elevations/Floor (763kb) - A

Group: Representations

  09. Response - Consultee 28/02/2019Drainage Engineer - Engineers (49kb) -
  09. Response - Consultee 28/02/2019Highways - County Highways (49kb) -
  09. Response - Consultee 14/03/2019Ms M Alexander - Eckington Parish Council (49kb) -
  09. Response - Consultee 19/03/2019Mrs S Hiscock - Natural Heritage Officer (51kb) -
  09. Response - Consultee 21/03/2019Barbara Morgan - Network rail (80kb) -
  09. Response - Consultee 29/07/2019Natural Heritage Officer (67kb) -

Group: Decision

  11. Decision Information 31/07/2019Delegated Report (25kb) -
  11. Decision Information 31/07/2019Site Inspection Notes (233kb) -
  12. Decision Notice 31/07/2019Decision Notice (244kb) -

Consultation Responses

Neighbour List
In addition to consultations with the consultee listed, we will publicise the application in accordance with national requirements and our local policy. This publicity usually takes the form of letters to nearby properties, the posting of site notices and/or the placing of a public notice in our local newspapers.


No associated neighbours

Consultee List


NameOrganisationSentReply DueReply Received
Cllr Ron DavisEckington Ward26/02/201919/03/2019 
Gill JenningsEckington Parish Council26/02/201919/03/201914/03/2019
Ms S HarteBredon Hill Conservation Group26/02/201919/03/2019 
HighwaysCounty Highways26/02/201919/03/201928/02/2019
Network Rail (Western Region) 26/02/201919/03/2019 
Drainage EngineerEngineers26/02/201919/03/201928/02/2019
Mrs S HiscockNatural Heritage Officer26/02/201919/03/201919/03/2019

Constraints List


Constraints List
Paper: Evesham Journal
CIL008 - Non-Urban Area
Contaminated Land
Minerals:Sand & Gravel Area
Outside SWDP Development Boundary
Surface Water: High 1 in 30 extent
Surface Water: Medium 1 in 100 extent
Surface Water: Low 1 in 1000 extent
Wind Turbines
SWDP 15: Designated Rural Areas
SWDP 5: Protect and Restore
SWDP 32: Sand and Gravel
Minor Aquifer
No associated appeals

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