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Application Number 2018/0684 - Land at Chase Farm (Formerly Gedling Colliery)


30 Unit Re-Plan (Ilke Types)


The Service Manager – Development Services introduced the report.


RESOLVED to Grant Full Planning Permission: Subject to the applicant entering into a deed of variation amending the original Section 106 Agreement to planning approval: 2015/1376 with the Borough Council as Local Planning Authority and with the County Council as Local Highway and Education Authority for the provision of, or financial contributions towards affordable housing, open space, healthcare facilities, highways, educational, air quality, a local labour agreement and library facilities; and subject tothe conditions listed for the reasons set out in the report.




 1         The development must be begun not later than three years beginning with the date of this permission.


 2         This permission shall be read in accordance with the details within the Application Form and Drawings: House Type D101D (ILKE) (175057D - P200); House Type D104D (ILKE) (175057D - P201); House Type D105C (ILKE) (17507D - P202); House Type D106C (ILKE) (17057D - P203); Street Scene (15057D - P300); Design and Access Statement; Proposed Site Plan (17057D - P101); Materials Plan (17057D - P102); Boundary Treatment Plan (17057D - P103); and The Location Plan (P17057D - P100).




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


 2         For the avoidance of doubt.



Reasons for Decision


In the opinion of the Borough Council the proposed development is visually acceptable, results in no significant impact on neighbouring residential properties and amenities and would not have any impacts of Highways Safety. The proposed development therefore accords with Policy 32 of the Local Planning Document, Policy 10 of the Aligned Core Strategy, and the aims set out in the National Planning Policy Framework.


Notes to Applicant


Planning Statement - The Borough Council has worked positively and proactively with the applicant in accordance with paragraph 38 of the National Planning Policy Framework (2018). Negotiations have taken place during the determination of the application to address adverse impacts identified by officers. Amendments have subsequently been made to the proposal, addressing the identified adverse impacts, thereby resulting in a more acceptable scheme and a favourable recommendation.


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 as is detailed below.  Full details about the CIL Charge including, amount and process for payment will be set out in the Regulation 65 Liability Notice which will be sent to you as soon as possible after this decision notice has been issued.  If the development hereby approved is for a self-build dwelling, residential extension or residential annex you may be able to apply for relief from CIL.  Further details about CIL are available on the Council's website or from the Planning Portal:


Nottinghamshire County Council operates the Advanced Payments Code as set out in sections 219 to 225 Highways Act 1980 (as amended). Payment will be required from the owner of the land fronting a private street on which a new building is to be erected. The developer should contact the Highway Authority with regard to compliance with the Code, and /or to the issue of a Section 38 Agreement and bond under the Highways Act 1980. A Section 38 Agreement can take some time to complete. Therefore, it is recommended that the developer contact the Highway Authority as early as possible after Planning Permission is granted.Correspondence with Highway Authority should be addressed to:


Details of the latest proposed highway will be subject to a Technical Appraisal and should be designed in accordance with the Nottinghamshire County Councils Highway Design Guide which can be found at;


The applicant should note that notwithstanding any planning permission that if any highway forming part of the development is to be adopted by the Highway Authority the new roads and any highway drainage will be required to be provided in accordance with Highway Development Control's requirements for Nottinghamshire County Council as highway authority. The guidance can be found at;


Date Recommended: 17th August 2018




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