BDBC Response for 15/02682/OUT

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Location:

Land Adjacent  The Street Bramley Hampshire RG26 5DE

Proposal:

Outline planning permission for up to 39 market dwellings and 26 affordable dwellings, together with associated open space, landscaping and new site access at land to the south of The Street, Bramley

I refer to the application submitted in respect of the above mentioned proposal and to the representations which you have made.

The applications and representations received have been considered and permission has been granted for the following reasons:

  1. The proposed development would deliver housing development, including affordable housing, in accordance with the Borough's Land Supply requirements.  The proposal therefore accords with the provisions of the National Planning Policy Framework March 2012 in relation to housing supply and Saved Policy C2 of the Basingstoke and Deane Borough Local Plan 1996-2011.

  2. The proposed development would provide safe access in accordance with highway requirements, and as such would accord with the National Planning Policy Framework March 2012 and with Saved Policies E1(iii) and A2 of the Basingstoke and Deane Borough Local Plan 1996-2011.

  3. The proposed development would have an impact on the landscape character and scenic quality of the area but the mitigation measures proposed result in a scheme that balances landscape character and scenic quality whilst delivering housing development.  The proposal therefore complies National Planning Policy Framework (March 2012) and Saved Policy E6 of the Basingstoke and Deane Borough Local Plan 1996-2011.

  4. The proposed development would have an impact on the setting of the Bramley Conservation Area but the mitigation measures proposed result in a scheme that balances heritage assets whilst delivering housing development.  The proposal therefore complies National Planning Policy Framework (March 2012) and Saved Policy E3 of the Basingstoke and Deane Borough Local Plan 1996-2011.

  5. The proposed development would have an impact on local biodiversity but the mitigation measures proposed result in a scheme that would conserve the biodiversity value and nature conservation interests of both the site, whilst delivering housing development.  The proposal therefore complies National Planning Policy Framework (March 2012) and Saved Policy E7 of the Basingstoke and Deane Borough Local Plan 1996-2011.

  6. As demonstrated in the Flood Risk Assessment, the proposed residential development is entirely within the flood zone 1.  A sequential approach, as required by the NPPF and NPPG, has therefore been applied to locating development in areas at lower flood risk.  The proposed site is not within a Critical Drainage Area.  The proposal therefore complies with the National Planning Policy Framework (March 2012) and Saved Policy A7 of the Basingstoke and Deane Borough Local Plan 1996-2011

  7. Through the provision of a Section 106 agreement the development will provide adequate infrastructure to mitigate the impact of the development in relation to community provision, open space, affordable housing, playing fields, play /recreation and education.  The development therefore complies with the National Planning Policy Framework (March 2012); Saved Policies C1, C2 and C9 of the Basingstoke and Deane Borough Local Plan 1996 - 2011; the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulation 2010; the Council's adopted Supplementary Planning Document on Affordable Housing; Hampshire County Council 's adopted Transport Contributions Policy (September 2007); Hampshire County Council's Developers' Contribution towards Children's Services Facilities and the Council's Interim Planning Guidance on S106 Planning Obligations and Community Infrastructure (July 2005, updated April 2010), Adopted Green Space Standards (adopted April 2013).


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