Agenda item

21/01240/VAR - Paton Place, Nipsells Chase, Mayland, Essex, CM3 6EJ

Minutes:

Application Number

21/01240/VAR

Location

Paton Place, Nipsells Chase, Mayland, Essex, CM3 6EJ

Proposal

Variation on condition 2 and removal of condition 8 on approved planning application 21/00628/FUL (Proposed construction of a single storey self build live/work dwelling)

Applicant

Mr & Mrs Kenny Paton

Target Decision Date

15/02/2022

Case Officer

Nicola Ward

Parish

MAYLAND

Reason for Referral to the Committee / Council

Councillor / Member of Staff

 

Following the Officer’s presentation and there being no debate on the application, the Chairman put the Officer’s recommendation of approval to the Committee, and it was unanimously agreed.

 

RESOLVED that the application be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:

1                 The development hereby permitted shall be begun before three years from the 15 October 2021.

2          The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans and documents: 1056/03 Rev B, 1056/04A, 1056/05, 1056/06A, 1056/07A, Arboricultural Method Statement 27 September 2021.

3          Prior to their use in the development hereby approved, written details and photographs of the materials to be used shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The development shall be carried out in accordance with the details as approved.

4          Full details of both hard and soft landscape works shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority prior to any works occurring above ground level at the application site.  These details shall include, for example:

i.          Proposes finished levels contours;

ii.         Means of enclosure;

iii.        Car parking layouts;

iv.        Other vehicle and pedestrian access and circulation areas;

v.         Hard surfacing materials;

vi.        Minor artefacts and structures (e.g furniture, refuse or other storage units, lighting);

vii.       Proposed and existing functional services above and below ground (e.g drainage power, communications cables, pipelines etc, indicating lines, manholes, supports);

viii.       Soft landscaping - Details of proposed schedules of species of trees and shrubs to be planted and planting layouts.

 

The soft landscape works shall be carried out as approved within the first available planting season (October to March inclusive) following the occupation of any part of the development hereby approved unless otherwise agreed in writing by the local planning authority.  If within a period of five years from the date of the planting of any tree or plant, or any tree or plant planted in its replacement, is removed, uprooted, destroyed, dies, or becomes, in the opinion of the local planning authority, seriously damaged or defective, another tree or plant of the same species and size as that originally planted shall be planted in the same place, unless the local planning authority gives its written consent to any variation.

 

The hard landscape works shall be carried out as approved prior to the first use/occupation of the development hereby approved and retained and maintained as such thereafter.

5          No works above ground level shall take place until details of the siting, height, design and materials of the treatment of all boundaries including existing hedging, gates, fences, walls, railings and piers have been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The screening as approved shall be constructed prior to the first occupation of the development to which it relates and be retained as such thereafter.

6          Prior to occupation of the development, details of cycle parking shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The approved scheme shall be implemented prior to the occupation of the development.

7          Prior to the first occupation of the development hereby approved, two parking spaces measuring 2.9m wide and 5.5m deep shall be provided at the site as well as a suitable 6m turning area. Furthermore, a fast-charging point shall be provided adjacent to at least one parking space. These spaces shall remain available for the parking of cars in perpetuity.

8          No development works above ground level shall occur until details of the surface water drainage scheme to serve the development shall be submitted to and agreed in writing by the local planning authority.  The agreed scheme shall be implemented prior to the first occupation of the development.  The scheme shall ensure that for a minimum:

 

                     i.                The development should be able to manage water on site for 1 in 100-year events plus 40% climate change allowance.

 

                    ii.                Run-off from a greenfield site for all storm events that have a 100% chance of occurring each year (1 in 1-year event) inclusive of climate change should be no higher than 10/ls and no lower than 1/ls.  The rate should be restricted to the 1 in 1 greenfield rate or equivalent greenfield rates with long term storage (minimum rate 1l/s) or 50% betterment of existing run off rates on brownfield sites (provided this does not result in a runoff rate less than greenfield) or 50% betterment of existing run off rates on brownfield sites (provided this does not result in a runoff rate less than greenfield).

 

You are advised that in order to satisfy the soakaway condition the following details will be required: - details of the area to be drained, infiltration rate (as determined by BRE Digest 365), proposed length, width and depth of soakaway, groundwater level and whether it will be rubble filled.

 

Where the local planning authority accepts discharge to an adopted sewer network you will be required to provide written confirmation from the statutory undertaker that the discharge will be accepted.

9          No development works above ground level shall occur until details of the foul drainage scheme to serve the development shall be submitted to and agreed in writing by the local planning authority. The agreed scheme shall be implemented prior to the first occupation of the development.

10        The public’s rights and ease of passage over public footpath No.17 (Mayland) shall be maintained free and unobstructed at all times.

11        All loading/unloading/reception and storage of all building materials and the manoeuvring of all vehicles, including construction traffic shall be undertaken within the application site, clear of the public highway.

12        Notwithstanding the provisions of Article 3 of the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015 (or any Order amending, revoking or re-enacting that Order) no garages, extensions or separate buildings (other than incidental outbuildings not exceeding 10 cubic m in volume) shall be erected within the site without planning permission having been obtained from the local planning authority.

13        Notwithstanding the provisions of Article 3 of the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015 (or any Order amending, revoking or re-enacting that Order) no dormer window or other form of addition or opening shall be constructed in the roof of the building hereby permitted without planning permission having been obtained from the local planning authority.

14        All mitigation and enhancement measures and/or works shall be carried out in accordance with the details contained in the Extended Phase 1 Ecological Habitat Survey Report (Hone Ecology, July 2021) as already submitted with the planning application and agreed in principle with the local planning authority prior to determination.

 

This may include the appointment of an appropriately competent person e.g. an ecological clerk of works (ECoW,) to provide on-site ecological expertise during construction. The appointed person shall undertake all activities, and works shall be carried out, in accordance with the approved details.

15        Prior to works above ground level, a Biodiversity Enhancement Strategy for Protected and Priority species shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority.  The content of the Biodiversity Enhancement Strategy shall include the following:

 

a)      Purpose and conservation objectives for the proposed enhancement measures;

b)      Detailed designs to achieve stated objectives;

c)      Locations of proposed enhancement measures by appropriate maps and plans;

d)      Persons responsible for implementing the enhancement measures;

e)      Details of initial aftercare and long-term maintenance (where relevant).

 

The works shall be implemented in accordance with the approved details and shall be retained in that manner thereafter.

16        Prior to the installation of any external lighting, a lighting design scheme for biodiversity shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority.  The scheme shall identify those features on site that are particularly sensitive for bats and that are likely to cause disturbance along important routes used for foraging; and show how and where external lighting will be installed (through the provision of appropriate lighting contour plans, lsolux drawings and technical specifications) so that it can be clearly demonstrated that areas to be lit will not disturb or prevent bats using their territory.

 

All external lighting shall be installed in accordance with the specifications and locations set out in the scheme and maintained thereafter in accordance with the scheme.  Under no circumstances should any other external lighting be installed without prior consent from the local planning authority.

17        All tree works, including tree protection shall be carried out in accordance with the Arboricultual Method Statement dated 27 September 2021, including the identified schedule of supervision visits to ensure protection measures are in place and are being maintained and adhered to.

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