Agenda item

Application S20/0339

Proposal:

Proposed amendments to balancing pond and plots 33-36, 40, 46-51, 59-63; and inclusion of pump station. Revised application to S18/1840 (Application for 63 residential units together with associated access roads, parking, garaging, carports and open space as well as 3G football pitch, club house, parking and NEAP play area within Zone 9 Elsea Park, Bourne).

Location:

Zone 9.1, Land To The North Of Musselburgh Way, Bourne, PE10 0XY 

Applicant:

Approve subject to conditions

 

Minutes:

Proposal:     Proposed amendments to balancing pond and plots 33-36, 40, 46-51, 59-63; and inclusion of pump station. Revised application to S18/1840 (Application for 63 residential units together with associated access roads, parking, garaging, carports and open space as well as 3G football pitch, club house, parking and NEAP play area within Zone 9 Elsea Park, Bourne).

Location:     Zone 9.1, Land to The North of Musselburgh Way, Bourne,

PE10 0XY 

Decision:     The application is approved subject to conditions

Members considered:

·     Provisions within the National Planning Policy Framework, the South Kesteven Local Plan and supplementary planning documents

·     No Comments from Anglian Water Services

·     No objection from Cadent Gas Limited

·     No comments from the Environment Agency

·     Comments from Lincolnshire County Council Highways and SUDS Support

·     Representations received as a result of public consultation

·     Comments made by Members at the meeting

 

Members queried whether works had already been undertaken and whether this was a retrospective application and what safety precautions would be put in place in respect of the proposed attenuation scheme.  Officers noted that the application was part retrospective. The attenuation scheme was slightly different from the old claypit as it would not be as deep and would be dry for most of the time. Safety precautions would be in place.

It was proposed, seconded and agreed that the application be approved for the summary of reasons set out in the case officer’s report together with the following conditions.

 

Approved Plans

 

1        The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following list of approved plans:

 

·        Site location plan - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_LP01_A

·        Proposed site plan - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_SP01_D

·        Materials Plan - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_SP02_B

·        Street Scenes - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_VS01_A

·        Twin & single car port - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_GA01

·        Triple car port - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_GA02

·        Car port option 1 - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_GA03

·        Car port option 2 - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_GA04

·        Twin & single garage - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_GA05

·        Single garage with car port - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_GA06

·        Plots 35 & 36 - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_GA07

·        Plots 61-63 - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_GA08

·        Plot 33 - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_GA09

·        Plot 46 - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_GA10

·        Plots 49-51 - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_GA11

·        Plots 59 & 60 - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_GA12

·        Plots 47 & 48 - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_GA13

·        Plots 34 and 40 - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_GA14

·        Pond cross section - Drawing No. 520-249-PL-SE01

 

Unless otherwise required by another condition of this permission.

 

During Building Works

 

2    Notwithstanding the submitted plans, before any construction work above ground is commenced, details of any soft landscaping works shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Details shall include:

              

i.  planting plans;

ii.  written specifications (including cultivation and other operations associated with plant and grass establishment);

 iii.  schedules of plants, noting species, plant sizes and proposed numbers/densities where appropriate;

              

3    Notwithstanding the submitted plans, before any construction work above ground is commenced, details of hard landscaping works shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Details shall include:

       

  i.   proposed finished levels and contours;

 ii.   means of enclosure;

iii.   car parking layouts;

iv.   other vehicle and pedestrian access and circulation areas;

   v.   hard surfacing materials;

vi.   minor artefacts and structures (e.g. furniture, play equipment, refuse or other storage units, signs, lighting etc.);

 vii.   proposed and existing functional services above and below ground (e.g. drainage power, communications cables, pipelines etc. indicating lines, manholes, supports etc.);

viii.   retained historic landscape features and proposals for restoration, where relevant.

              

4    The development shall be carried out in accordance with the details in the ecology statement approved under S19/1553.

                                

5    The development must be carried out in accordance with the details and recommendations approved under S19/0948 in the below listed documents:

              

·     Site investigation BRD3355-OR2-B

·     Gas risk assessment BRD3355-OR3-A

·     Remediation strategy BRD3355-OR4-A

 

Before the Development is Occupied

 

6    Before each dwelling hereby approved is occupied, the external elevations of that dwelling shall have been completed using only the materials stated on Drawing No. 520-249_PL_SP02_B.

                               

7    Prior to the occupation of each dwelling the works to provide the boundary treatments for that dwelling shall have been completed in accordance with the approved boundary treatment scheme as indicated on Proposed site plan - Drawing No. 520-249_PL_SP01_D

              

8    Before each dwelling hereby permitted is occupied, the hard landscape works associated with that dwelling shall have been carried out in accordance with the approved hard landscaping details.

              

9    Before each dwelling (or other development as specified) is occupied the roads and/or footways providing access to that dwelling, for the whole of its frontage, from an existing public highway, shall be constructed in accordance with the approved details, less the carriageway and footway surface courses.

 

    The carriageway and footway surface courses shall be completed within three months from the date upon which the erection is commenced of the penultimate dwelling.

 

10     Before the end of the first planting/seeding season following the occupation of the last dwelling hereby permitted, all soft landscape works shall have been carried out in accordance with the approved soft landscaping details.

              

11    Before any part of the development hereby permitted is occupied/ brought into use, a verification report confirming that remedial works have been completed shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The report shall have been submitted by the nominated competent person approved. The report shall include:

              

  i.  A complete record of remediation activities, and data collected as identified in the remediation scheme, to support compliance with agreed remediation objectives;

 ii.   As built drawings of the implemented scheme;

iii.   Photographs of the remediation works in progress; and

iv.   Certificates demonstrating that imported and/or material left in situ is free from contamination.

              

The scheme of remediation shall thereafter be maintained in accordance with the approved scheme.

 

 

 

Ongoing Conditions

 

12    All of the highways proposed for adoption, as well as any shared private roads/drives and foot/ cycle paths must be carried out in accordance with the details approved under S19/0948.

              

13    Within a period of five years from the first occupation of the final dwelling/unit of the development hereby permitted, any trees or plants provided as part of the approved soft landscaping scheme, die or become, in the opinion of the Local Planning Authority, seriously damaged or defective, shall be replaced in the first planting season following any such loss with a specimen of the same size and species as was approved in condition above unless otherwise agreed by the Local Planning Authority.

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