|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 –
Block Plan/ Site Plan 1:500@A4
Site Location Plan 1:1250@A4
20013 Proposed Elevations, Floorplan and Roof plan 1:50@A3
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.|
|Positive and Proactive Statement. No problems have arisen in dealing with this application. The planning application sought an acceptable form of development consistent with the requirements of relevant policies and material considerations. No amendments or alterations were therefore required and no further positive or proactive action was deemed necessary.|
|It cannot be entirely dismissed that Great Crested Newts may be present on site due to a number of ponds being scattered within the surrounding area. Great Crested Newts are fully protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (as amended) and the Conservation of Habitats & Species Regulations 2017, the latter of which deems them a European Protected Species. It is a criminal offence to deliberately capture, kill or injure a great crested newt, to damage or destroy a breeding site or resting place or to intentionally or recklessly disturb any wild great crested newt while it is occupying a structure or place that it uses for shelter and protection. In order to reduce the risk of them sheltering on the construction site, materials should be moved off site as soon as possible, stored on pallets or in sealed containers. Should any Great Crested Newts be found, works must cease immediately and an ecological consultant must be contacted for advice on the best way to proceed in consultation with Natural England and the local planning authority. All contractors working on site should be made aware of the advice and provided with the contact details of a relevant ecological consultant.