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Folkards Lane, Brightlingsea

Application No:
Application For:
Erection of detached bungalow.
Mr & Mrs Barton
Decided On:
November 29, 2021
TCC Decision:
The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission. Reason - To comply with the requirements of Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, as amended by the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004. 02 The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans: Drawing No. FLB/21/2 Drawing No. FLB/21/3 Reason - For the avoidance of doubt and in the interests of proper planning. 03 No above ground works shall take place until there has been submitted to and approved, in writing, by the Local Planning Authority a scheme of hard and soft landscaping works for the site, which shall include any changes in ground levels and also accurately identify spread, girth and species of all existing trees, shrubs and hedgerows on the site and indicate any to be retained, together with measures for their protection which shall comply with the recommendations set out in the British Standards Institute publication "BS 5837:2012 Trees in relation to design, demolition and construction." Reason - In the interest of visual amenity and the character of the area. 04 All changes in ground levels, hard landscaping, planting, seeding or turfing shown on the approved landscaping details shall be carried out during the first planting and seeding season (October - March inclusive) following the commencement of the development or in such other phased arrangement as may be agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Any trees or shrubs which, within a period of 5 years of being planted die, are removed or seriously damaged or seriously diseased shall be replaced in the next planting season with others of similar size and species, unless the Local Planning Authority agrees in writing to a variation of the previously approved details. Reason - In the interest of visual amenity and the character of the area. 05 Notwithstanding the provisions of Article 3, Schedule 2 Part 1 Classes A, B, C and E of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (or any Order revoking and re-enacting that Order with or without modification), there shall be no additions or alterations to the dwelling or its roof, nor shall any buildings, enclosures, swimming or other pool be erected except in accordance with drawings showing the design and siting of such additions and/or building(s) which shall previously have been submitted to and approved, in writing, by the local planning authority. Reason - In the interests of visual amenity and residential amenities. 06 Prior to first occupation of the dwelling hereby approved, a scheme for the provision of electric vehicle charging facilities shall have first been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. Thereafter the charging facilities as may be approved shall be installed in a working order, prior to first occupation. Reason: In order to promote sustainable transport. 07 All new hardstanding and parking areas shall be made of porous materials, or provision shall be made to direct run-off water from the hard surface to a permeable or porous area or surface within the site. Reason - In the interests of sustainable development and to ensure that run-off water is avoided to minimise the risk of surface water flooding. 08 The development hereby approved shall be carried out in accordance with the Noise Impact Assessment - Report Reference - IAD21021-NoiseAssessment. Prepared by Dr Richard Lord MIOA - Industrial Acoustic Design. Dated 06 September 2021. Reason - To ensure compliance with relevant British Standards, Best Practice and World Health Organisation guidelines in relation to exposure levels for internal and external noise, so as to protect the amenity of future residents 09 No development shall take place, including any ground works or demolition, until a Construction Management Plan has been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the local planning authority. The approved plan shall be adhered to throughout the construction period. The Plan shall provide for: i. the parking of vehicles of site operatives and visitors ii. loading and unloading of plant and materials iii. storage of plant and materials used in constructing the development iv. wheel and underbody washing facilities Reason- To ensure that on-street parking of these vehicles in the adjoining streets does not occur and to ensure that loose materials and spoil are not brought out onto the highway in the interests of highway safety 10 Prior to occupation of the development a vehicular turning facility, of a design to be approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority shall be constructed, surfaced, and maintained free from obstruction within the site at all times for that sole purpose. Reason: To ensure that vehicles can enter and leave the highway in a forward gear in the interest of highway safety 11 No unbound material shall be used in the surface treatment of the vehicular access within 6 metres of the highway boundary. Reason: To avoid displacement of loose material onto the highway in the interests of highway safety 12 Prior to the occupation of the proposed dwelling, the existing private drive shall be constructed to a minimum width of 5.5 metres for at least the first 6 metres from the back of Highway Boundary. Reason: To ensure that vehicles can enter and leave the highway in a controlled manner and to ensure that opposing vehicles can pass clear of the limits of the highway, in the interests of highway safety 13 Prior to the commencement of any work on the site a joint inspection of the route to be used by construction vehicles should be carried out by the applicant and the Highway Authority, to include photographic evidence. The route should then be inspected again, after completion of the development, and any damage to the highway resulting from traffic movements generated by the application site should be repaired to an acceptable standard and at no cost to the Highway Authority. Reason: To preserve the integrity and fabric of the highway, in the interests of highway safety 14 No vehicle connected with the works to arrive on site before 07:30 or leave after 19:00 (except in the case of emergency). Working hours to be restricted between 08:00 and 18:00 Mondays to Saturdays (finishing at 13:00 on Saturdays) with no working of any kind permitted on Sundays or any Public/Bank Holiday whilst construction works and alterations are being carried out. Reason - In the interests of residential amenity 15 If during construction/demolition works evidence of potential contamination is encountered, works shall cease and the site fully assessed to enable an appropriate remediation plan to be developed. Works shall not re-commence until an appropriate remediation scheme has been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the Local Planning Authority and the remediation has been completed. Upon completion of the building works, this condition shall not be discharged until a closure report has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The closure report shall include details of; a) Details of any sampling and remediation works conducted and quality assurance certificates to show that the works have been carried out in full in accordance with the approved methodology. b) Details of any post-remedial sampling and analysis to show the site has reached the required clean-up criteria shall be included in the closure report together with the necessary documentation detailing what waste materials have been removed from the site. c) If no contamination has been discovered during the build then evidence (e.g. photos or letters from site manager) to show that no contamination was discovered should be included. Reason - To ensure that any risks from land contamination to the future users of the land and neighbouring land are minimised. 16 Should any asbestos containing materials be present on the development site, or used within the original construction of the building in question, they must be safely removed by a qualified contractor, with relevant transfer notes being obtained to confirm safe and responsible removal and disposal. Reason - to protect the health of site workers and end users

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