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Reference 15/P/00559
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Thu 26 Mar 2015
Application Validated Thu 02 Apr 2015
Address Yew Tree Cottage, West Heath, Pirbright, Woking, GU24 0JQ
Proposal Proposed single storey home office and garden room following demolition of existing piggery and proposed two storey garage, gym and playroom following demolition of existing garage.
Status Decided
Decision Approve
Decision Issued Date Thu 10 Sep 2015
Appeal Decision Not Available

Further Information

Application Type Full Application
Decision Approve
Actual Decision Level Delegated
Expected Decision Level Delegated
Case Officer Hannah Yates
Parish Pirbright
Ward Pirbright
Applicant Name Mr Guy Francis
Agent Name Mr. M. M Nye
Agent Company Name Taylor Cox Associates
Agent Address Churston House, Esher, Surrey, KT10 9AD
Agent Phone Number 01372 466443
Environmental Assessment Requested No

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Important Dates

Application Received Date Thu 26 Mar 2015
Application Validated Date Thu 02 Apr 2015
Expiry Date Thu 28 May 2015
Actual Committee Date Not Available
Latest Neighbour Consultation Date Fri 10 Apr 2015
Neighbour Consultation Expiry Date Fri 08 May 2015
Standard Consultation Date Not Available
Standard Consultation Expiry Date Fri 08 May 2015
Last Advertised In Press Date Fri 17 Apr 2015
Latest Advertisement Expiry Date Fri 08 May 2015
Last Site Notice Posted Date Fri 17 Apr 2015
Latest Site Notice Expiry Date Fri 08 May 2015
Statutory Expiry Date Thu 28 May 2015
Agreed Expiry Date Not Available
Decision Made Date Thu 10 Sep 2015
Decision Issued Date Thu 10 Sep 2015
Permission Expiry Date Not Available
Decision Printed Date Thu 10 Sep 2015
Environmental Impact Assessment Received Not Available
Temporary Permission Expiry Date Not Available

Constraints

Name Constraint Type
General Standards of Development Policy G1 General Standards of Development Proposals will be permitted if they comply with the relevant Local Plan Policies and the following requirements are met: G1 (1) Parking Provision Parking is provided in accordance with the parking policy and parking standards of the plan set out in Chapter 7 and in Appendix 1. G1 (2) Transport Provision, Access, Highway Layout and Capacity Satisfactory access and highway layout is provided and the traffic generated by the development is compatible with the local road network. Appropriate provision has been made for pedestrian, cyclist and public transport facilities. G1 (3) Protection of amenities enjoyed by occupants of buildings The amenities enjoyed by occupants of buildings are protected from unneighbourly development in terms of privacy, access to sunlight and daylight, noise, vibration, pollution, dust and smell. G1 (4) Access for people with disabilities Development to which the public would reasonably have access makes provision for safe and convenient access by people with disabilities. G1 (5) Crime Prevention The design and layout of buildings and surrounding spaces provides for public safety and deters vandalism and crime. G1 (6) Flood Protection Areas of floodplain, identified on the Proposals Map, are safeguarded from development that would increase the risk to people or property from flooding. G1 (7) Land Drainage and Public Utility Infrastructure Adequate land drainage and public utility infrastructure is in place to meet the needs of the development. G1 (8) Light Pollution External lighting is designed to minimise glare and the spillage of light from the sight. G1 (9) Energy Conservation. The design and layout is energy efficient. G1 (10) Conservation of Water Resources. The design, layout and landscaping is efficient in the use of water. G1 (11) Development on or Close to Contaminated Land Where a proposed development is on or close to contaminated land the applicant demonstrates that the site is safe or can be made so through remedial measures. G1 (12) Safeguarding and Enhancement of the landscape and existing natural features Development is designed to safeguard and enhance the characteristic landscape of the locality and existing natural features on the site, such as, hedgerows, trees, watercourses and ponds which are worthy of protection. G1 (13) Mixed Use Where appropriate the development incorporates or maintains an existing mix of land uses and activities where: (a) The uses are mutually compatible; (b) There is no unacceptable disturbance through traffic, noise, pollution or other adverse effects.
Design Code Policy G5 Design Code Development proposals which do not comply with the following design requirements will not be permitted: G5 (1) Context for Design New development respects established street patterns, plot sizes, building lines, topography, established views, landmark buildings, roof treatment, aspect and relationship with other buildings. G5 (2) Scale, Proportion and Form New buildings respect the scale, height and proportions and materials of the surrounding environment. G5 (3) Space Around Buildings Existing spaces of value are respected and new spaces created through development should have an attractive and identifiable character. G5 (4) Street Level Design Buildings and spaces at pedestrian level provide visual interest and a sense of place and identity. G5 (5) Layout The built layout is easily understood by the user and creates areas of identifiable character. G5 (6) Important Public Views and Roofscape Important public views are protected and opportunities to create attractive new views and vistas are provided and encouraged. G5 (7) Materials and Architectural Detailing Materials are of a high standard and harmonise with surrounding buildings. Detailing on new buildings is durable and reinforces the identity and character of an area. G5 (8) Traffic, Parking and Design The visual impact of traffic and associated access and parking is minimised, especially in sensitive locations. G5 (9) Landscaping Design A high standard of landscaping, to include walls, enclosures and paving schemes, as well as trees and other planting is provided to ensure that new development integrates into the existing townscape and landscape. G5 (10) Open Spaces of Value Open spaces, whether public or private, which contribute to the character of an area, in terms of the views they create, the feeling of openness they allow, are protected.
Extensions to Dwellings in Countryside Policy H9 Extensions to Dwellings in the Countryside Outside the urban areas of Guildford and Ash and Tongham, extensions to dwellings will be permitted provided that the development: 1 Will not result in the loss of a small dwelling; 2 Will have no unacceptable effect on the scale and character of the dwelling; 3 Will have no unacceptable effect on the amenities enjoyed by the occupants of buildings in terms of privacy and the access to sunlight and daylight; 4 Will have no unacceptable effect on the existing context and character of the adjacent buildings and immediate surroundings. In addition to the above criteria, outside the identified settlements and within the Green Belt there will be a presumption against extension to dwellings which result in disproportionate additions taking into account the size of the original dwelling.
Development Within the Green Belt Policy RE2 Development Within the Green Belt Within the Metropolitan Green Belt, as shown on the Proposals Map, new building will be deemed inappropriate unless it is for the following purposes: 1 Agriculture and forestry; 2 Essential facilities for outdoor sport and outdoor recreation, cemeteries and other uses of land which preserve the openness of the Green Belt and which do not conflict with the purposes of including land within it; 3 Limited extension, alteration or replacement of existing dwellings providing it is in accordance with Policies H6 and H9; 4 Infilling in villages to the extent specified in Policy RE3; 5 Affordable housing for local needs in accordance with Policy H12; 6 Re-use and adaptation of rural buildings in accordance with Policies RE9 and RE10.
New Development in Conservation Areas Policy HE7 New Development in Conservation Areas New development should preserve or enhance the character or appearance of the conservation area and an applicant must demonstrate that consideration has been given to: 1 The retention of buildings, groups of buildings, existing street patterns, building lines and ground surfaces and the impact on significant open spaces; 2 The retention of architectural features such as walls and shop fronts and other features which contribute to the character of an area; 3 The impact of development on the townscape and roofscape of the conservation area; 4 The need to apply a consistently high standard of design and the use of good quality materials; 5 The need to ensure the protection of trees which contribute to the character and appearance of the conservation area; and, 6 The need or scope to remove unsightly and inappropriate features or details.
Demolition in Conservation Areas Policy HE9 Demolition in Conservation Areas Development which involves demolition of a building in a conservation area will only be permitted where: 1 The existing building makes little or no contribution to the character or appearance of the area; or, 2 Its potential for repair, retention and beneficial use is limited; and, 3 Approval has been granted for a replacement scheme within an agreed timescale.

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