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Application No. 2016/0254- Land Corner Of Park Road And Broad Valley Drive, Bestwood, Nottinghamshire.

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Residential development for 3 dwellings.

 

RESOLVED to GRANT PLANNING PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:-

 

Conditions

 

1.       An application for approval of all the reserved matters (appearance, landscaping, layout and scale) shall be made to the local planning authority before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission.

 

2.       The development hereby approved shall be begun within two years from the date of the approval of the last reserved matter to be approved.

 

3.       Before development is commenced there shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Borough Council detailed plans, sections and elevations of all buildings.

 

4.       The proposed dwellings shall not be brought into use until the details approved as part of the plans and particulars to be submitted for the application for the approval of reserved matters referred to in condition 1, 2 and 3 above have been implemented, unless other timescales are prior agreed in writing by the Borough Council.

 

5.       Before development (including site preparation) is commenced an Arboricultural Method Statement, including details of tree protection fencing and a tree protection plan, to protect the existing trees, shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Borough Council as Local Planning Authority.  Once these details are approved the development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details and the trees shall be protected at all times during site preparation and development.

 

6.       Before development is commenced there shall be submitted to and approved by the Borough Council a landscape plan of the site showing any proposed planting as well as details of the existing planting to be removed or retained. The approved details shall be carried out in the first planting season following the substantial completion of the development and any planting material which becomes diseased or dies within five years of the completion of the development shall be replaced in the next planting season by the applicants or their successors in title.

 

7.       Before development is commenced there shall be submitted to and approved by the Borough Council precise details of the materials to be used in the external elevations of the development. Once approved the development shall be carried out in accordance with these details.

 

8.       Before development is commenced there shall be submitted to and approved by the Borough Council details of the means of enclosure of the site. The approved means of enclosure shall be erected before the dwellings are first occupied and shall thereafter be retained unless alternative means of enclosure are agreed in writing by the Borough Council.

 

9.       Before development is commenced there shall be submitted to and approved by the Borough Council details of the means of surfacing of the unbuilt on portions of the site. The approved means of surfacing shall be erected before the dwellings are first occupied.

 

10.     The formal written approval of Gedling Borough Council is required prior to commencement of any development with regard to parking and turning facilities, access widths, gradients, surfacing, visibility splays and drainage (Hereinafter referred to as reserved matters). All details submitted to Gedling Borough Council for approval shall comply with the County Council's current 6'cs Highway Design and shall be implemented as approved.

 

11.     Before development is commenced there shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Borough Council details of surface water and foul drainage. Once approved the development shall be carried out in accordance with these details.

 

12.     Before development is commenced there shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Borough Council details of any proposed alterations to the existing ground levels of the site and details of the height of proposed floor levels of the proposed dwellings relative to the existing levels. Once approved the development shall be carried out in accordance with these details.

 

13.     No works permitted under Class A, B, C, D or E of Part 1 Schedule 2 of the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Amendment) (No.2) (England) Order 2008 (or in any provision equivalent to that Class in any Statutory Instrument revoking and re-enacting that Order) shall be undertaken without the prior written permission of the Borough Council as local planning authority.

 

14.     Unless otherwise agreed by the Local Planning Authority, development must not commence until the following has been complied with: Site Characterisation:An assessment of the nature and extent of any potential contamination has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.  This assessment must be undertaken by a competent person, and shall assess any contamination on the site, whether or not it originates on the site.  Moreover, it must include; a survey of the extent, scale and nature of contamination and; an assessment of the potential risks to: human health, property, adjoining land, controlled waters, ecological systems, archaeological sites and ancient monuments. Submission of Remediation Scheme: Where required, a detailed remediation scheme (to bring the site to a condition suitable for the intended use by removing unacceptable risks to critical receptors) should be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The scheme must include all works to be undertaken, proposed remediation objectives and remediation criteria, an appraisal of remedial options, and proposal of the preferred option(s), and a timetable of works and site management procedures. The assessment should be carried out in line with current guidance CLR11 and the appropriate British Standards (i.e. BS10175).

 

15.     In the event that remediation is required to render the development suitable for use, the agreed remediation scheme shall be implemented in accordance with the approved timetable of works.  Prior to occupation of any building(s) a Verification Report (that demonstrates the effectiveness of the remediation carried out) must be submitted and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

 

16.     In the event that contamination is found at any time when carrying out the approved development that was not previously identified it must be reported in writing immediately to the Local Planning Authority and once the Local Planning Authority has identified the part of the site affected by the unexpected contamination development must be halted on that part of the site. An assessment must be undertaken in accordance with the requirements above, and where remediation is necessary a remediation scheme, together with a timetable for its implementation and verification reporting, must be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The assessment should be carried out in line with current guidance CLR11 and the appropriate British Standards (i.e. BS10175).

 

Reasons

 

1.       In order to comply with Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.

 

2.       In order to comply with Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.

 

3.       To ensure the details of the development are satisfactory, in accordance with the aims of Policy 10 of the Aligned Core Strategy (September 2014).

 

4.       To ensure the details of the development are satisfactory, in accordance with the aims of Policy 10 of the Aligned Core Strategy (September 2014).

 

5.       In the interests of good arboricultural practice and to ensure that the details of the development are acceptable, in accordance with the aims of Policy 10 of the Aligned Core Strategy (September 2014).

 

6.       To ensure the details of the development are satisfactory, in accordance with the aims of Policy 10 of the Aligned Core Strategy (September 2014).

 

7.       To ensure the details of the development are satisfactory, in accordance with the aims of Policy 10 of the Aligned Core Strategy (September 2014).

 

8.       To ensure the details of the development are satisfactory, in accordance with the aims of Policy 10 of the Aligned Core Strategy (September 2014).

 

9.       To ensure the details of the development are satisfactory, in accordance with the aims of Policy 10 of the Aligned Core Strategy (September 2014).

 

10.     In the interest of highway safety.

 

11.     To ensure the details of the development are satisfactory, in accordance with the aims of Policy 10 of the Aligned Core Strategy (September 2014).

 

12.     To ensure the details of the development are satisfactory, in accordance with the aims of Policy 10 of the Aligned Core Strategy (September 2014).

 

13.     To ensure the details of the development are satisfactory, in accordance with the aims of policy ENV1 of the Gedling Borough Council Replacement Local Plan (Certain Saved Policies) 2014.

 

14.     Because the site has had a history of 'industrial' land use (agriculture) that is a potentially contaminative use. Additionally, the Borough Council is aware that assessments carried out during the re-development of the neighbouring site revealed made ground to depth.

 

15.     Because the site has had a history of 'industrial' land use (agriculture) that is a potentially contaminative use. Additionally, the Borough Council is aware that assessments carried out during the re-development of the neighbouring site revealed made ground to depth.

 

16.     Because the site has had a history of 'industrial' land use (agriculture) that is a potentially contaminative use. Additionally, the Borough Council is aware that assessments carried out during the re-development of the neighbouring site revealed made ground to depth.

 

Reasons for Decision

 

In the opinion of the Borough Council the proposed development will result in no undue impact on the amenities of neighbours, the character and appearance of the area or on highway safety. The application is therefore in accordance with Policies 8 and 10 of the Aligned Core Strategy (September 2014), Policies ENV1, H7 and T10 of the Gedling Borough Council Replacement Local Plan (Certain Saved Policies) 2014 and advice contained within the NPPF (2012).

 

Notes to Applicant

 

The applicant is advised that all planning permissions granted on or after 16th October 2015 may be subject to the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). Full details of CIL are available on the Council's website. The proposed development has been assessed and it is the Council's view that CIL IS PAYABLE on the development hereby approved.  The actual amount of CIL payable will be calculated when a decision is made on the subsequent reserved matters application.

 

The proposed development lies within a coal mining area which may contain unrecorded coal mining related hazards. If any coal mining feature is encountered during development, this should be reported immediately to The Coal Authority on 0845 762   6848. Further information is also available on The Coal Authority website at www.coal.decc.gov.uk.Property specific summary information on past, current and future coal mining activity can be obtained from The Coal Authority's Property Search Service on 0845 762 6848 or at www.groundstability.com.

 

The proposal makes it necessary to relocate the Parish Council sign in order to facilitate accesses to the proposed dwellings.

 

Planning Statement - The Borough Council has worked positively and proactively with the applicant in accordance with paragraphs 186 to 187 of the National Planning Policy Framework. During the processing of the application there were no problems for which the Local Planning Authority had to seek a solution in relation to this application.

 

The attached permission is for development which will involve building up to, or close to, the boundary of the site.  Your attention is drawn to the fact that if you should need access to neighbouring land in another ownership in order to facilitate the construction of the building and its future maintenance you are advised to obtain permission from the owner of the land for such access before beginning your development.

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