Planning and Development Committee Agenda - 3rd December 2012

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BRAMLEY PARISH COUNCIL

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

 

10 Kew Close, Basingstoke, RG24 9TP. Telephone: 01256 560366, www.bramleypc.co.uk

 

I HEREBY GIVE YOU NOTICE that the next meeting of the Planning and Development Committee

 will be held in The Committee Room at Cross House on 3rd December 2012, at 7.00pm

 

Councillors on this committee are hereby summoned to attend,

members of the press and public are invited to attend

 

AGENDA

 

Councillors are reminded that Declarations of Interest should be made

at the appropriate point in the meeting

 

 

1.0

Apologies

2.0

Minutes of the last meeting

3.0

Planning applications review – see page 2

4.0

SHLAA update - Including key BDBC meeting dates between now and end of January

5.0

Neighbourhood Development Plan - Review of progress and financial position

TEN MINUTE INTERVAL

This is the only part of the meeting during which members of the public are permitted to speak. PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME BEFORE SPEAKING

 

6.0

Opportunity to discuss infrastructure matrix

 

7.0

 

 

Items for the next meeting

 

…………………………………………………

Sarah Smart, Parish Clerk

 



Planning Applications

 

 


REFERENCE NUMBER

APPLICATION DETAILS

LOCATION

RECOMMENDATION/ DECISION

BDB/77152

Change of use of the land for the keeping of horses, erection of a stable building, construction of hard standing and new access with associated landscaping works

LAND AT 464752 158355, Cufaude Lane, Bramley

Planning Committee to make recommendation

BDB/76957

Erection of barn to replace existing shed and two pole barns

Land rear of Sheilas Cottage, Bramley Corner,

Bramley, RG26 5DJ

Withdrawn by applicant

BDB/76981

Erection of two storey side and single storey rear extensions

4 Bramley Green Road,

Bramley, Tadley,

RG26 5UE

Granted

BDB/77083

Demolition of Middle Lodge (curtilage Listed) to enable construction of new dwelling approved under planning permission BDB/76755

Middle Lodge

Beaurepaire Park

Bramley, RG26 5EH

Planning Committee

No objection

BDBC await decision

BDB/77086

Erection of a 1.8 metre high boundary fence, replacing existing mixed hedging

Sherley, Sherfield Road, Bramley, RG26 5AQ

Refused*

* Reasons: 1) The proposed development, as a result of its siting, scale and materials, would introduce a stark and incongruous feature into the existing streetscene, for which no justification has been made, to the detriment of the established verdant and rural character of the area. As such, the proposed development would be contrary to the guidance contained within the National Planning Policy Framework (March 2012); and Saved Policies E1 and E6 of the adopted Basingstoke and Deane Borough Local Plan 1996 - 2011.

BDB/77095

Erection of new two storey dwelling following demolition of existing bungalow

The Bungalow

Latchmere Green

Little London

RG26 5EJ

Planning Committee No Objection

BDBC await decision

BDB/77144

Erection of first floor extension above existing ground floor

Bramley Village Bakery, Sherfield Road, Bramley,

RG26 5AG

Planning Committee No Objection

BDBC await decision

BDB/77157

Erection of two storey front extension

30 Taylor Drive

Bramley, RG26 5XP

Granted

Accolade case: EC/12/00297

Alleged change of use of open space to residential land and erection of a fence without planning permission. The parish council has asked for clarification following a complaint from a resident.

Land adjoining 32 & 34 Wallis Drive and 6-9 St James Close, Bramley, Tadley

Decision maker: Julian Thomas, BDBC Compliance and Enforcement Team*

*

  • Whilst the fences constitute development, I can confirm that both fences by virtue of their height not exceeding 2 metres are permitted development as defined by the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 and do not require planning permission.
  • there is no breach of planning control in respect of the use of the open space or the fences erected
  • with regard to the open space, I can confirm that this land is under Council ownership. Therefore it is my intention to inform the Councils Property Services Section in respect of the fences erected on the open space.