UPDATED – Planning Agenda 14 January 2020

The Planning Applications below are to be considered by members of the Planning Committee on date Tuesday 14th January 2020 at 7.00 p.m. in The Reading Room, Buxted.

 

The public have a right and are welcome to attend and at the discretion of the Chairman. Members of the public may speak or ask questions when invited by the Chairman prior to the formal opening of the meeting.

 

1.

Apologies for Absence

 

2.

Declaration of Members personal and prejudicial Interests in respect of items on this agenda

 

3.

The minutes of the Planning Committee held on date 10th December 2019 be approved and signed as a correct record by the Chairman.

 

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Planning Applications

 

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6.2

 

 

 

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7.3

Application no: WD/2019/2456/O

Location: ABBEY HOUSE AND GRASMERE, FRAMFIELD ROAD, BUXTED TN22 4LE

Description: OUTLINE PLANNING APPLICATION WITH ALL MATTERS RESERVED

FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF 5 NO. DWELLINGS AND ASSOCIATED

ACCESS, PARKING AND LANDSCAPING.

 

Planning applications considered by email consultation, due to the deadline set by Wealden District Council for the parish council’s response:

 

Application: WD/2019/2401/F

Location: HURST FARM, BURNT OAK ROAD, HIGH HURSTWOOD, BUXTED TN22 4AE

Description: Single and two-storey additions to existing property. Alterations to existing layout and new entrance porch.

Response from Buxted Parish Council to WDC: The parish council would like to request that these additions could not be used as a separate dwelling. No objection, recommend approval.

 

Application: WD/2019/2486/F

Location: SPINDLES, HOWBOURNE LANE, BUXTED, UCKFIELD, TN22 4QB

Description: DETACHED 3 BAY GARAGE WITH ANNEXE AND MACHINE STORE

Response from Buxted Parish Council to WDC: No objections, recommend approval.

 

To discuss any planning applications received from Wealden District Council after the publication of the agenda that are available on the District Planning website.

 

Application: WD/2019/2306/F

Location: FOXWOOD HOUSE, BUXTED WOOD LANE, BUXTED, TN22 4QE

Description: Demolition of existing triple garage and workshop and replacement new double garage with home gym and guest room above. Please note the scheme has been reduced in height, and elevations altered.

 

Application: WD/2019/2689/F

Location: SPRING COT, FRAMFIELD ROAD, BUXTED, TN22 4LE

Description: Single storey rear extension, loft conversion with roof dormer and driveway to front of house.

 

Applications that have previously been considered by the Parish Council but were held by District Council because of awaiting the outcome of the Local Plan.

 

From Chris Bending, WDC:

I am writing to you in connection with the below applications for planning permission since you have previously lodged representations about the proposals.

 

Whilst the applications have been submitted for some time now, they remain as live applications. We have not processed the applications for various reasons, not least because of the evolution of the preferred strategy in the Submission Wealden Local Plan 2019. That Plan has recently been declared unsound and the Examining Inspector has recommended it be withdrawn.

 

If you have any further comments to make about the proposed applications, then please submit them by 21st January 2020.  ‘For the avoidance of doubt, it is not necessary to repeat any comments already lodged since we have these and will take them into account when reaching a decision’

 

Application: WD/2018/0765/F

Description: Demolition of existing dwelling and removal of lawful use caravan. Erection of 2 no. new dwellings and associated landscaping.

Location: CYPRESS WOOD HOLDINGS, HOWBOURNE LANE, BUXTED, TN22 4QD

Buxted Parish Council original response to WDC: July 2018:

The parish council appreciate the design of the new properties and believe it would be an improvement to the site. The parish council recommend approval for this application, providing all the relevant criteria are met for WDC.

 

Application: WD/2018/0233/F

Description: Proposed extension of existing hurstwood view care home to create 8 new bedrooms, additional day space and 17 car parking spaces.

Location: HURSTWOOD VIEW, LINUM LANE, FIVE ASH DOWN, UCKFIELD, TN22 3FH

Buxted Parish Council original response to WDC: March 2018: From various points in High Hurstwood this development is already quite prominent within the landscape and would be concerned if there were to be any additional development. The parish council do not object to this application.

 

Application: WD/2019/1114/O

Description: Outline application for the erection of up to 9 no. dwellings, access and other associated infrastructure.

Location: LAND AT QUEENSTOCK LANE, BUXTED, TN22 4AR

Buxted Parish Council original response to WDC, July 2019: Recommend refusal due to overdevelopment of the site and the site falls outside development boundary in the emerging Local Plan.

 

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Matters for information

 

WDC Planning Application Decision Notices received
Application Location Description Decision by WDC

WD/2019/2084/F

 

WHITE COTTAGE, BURNT OAK ROAD, HIGH HURSTWOOD, TN22 4AE

PRIVATE STABLE AND TACK ROOM BUILDING.

 

Approved[i]

See footnote 1 for comments from WDC.

 

WD/2019/0358/F

 

LAND ADJ TO TAMARISK, PARK VIEW, BUXTED, TN22 4LS PROPOSED DETACHED BUNGALOW AND RETAINING WALL Approved

WD/2019/2151/F

 

76 FIVE ASH DOWN, UCKFIELD, TN22 3AN

 

NEW DETACHED SINGLE STOREY ANNEXE, SINGLE STOREY SIDE EXTENSION, CONNECTING

PURGOLA AND 2M FENCE

Approved[ii]

See footnote 2 for comments from WDC.

WD/2019/2231/F

 

PARKHURST FARM, PERRYMANS LANE, HIGH HURSTWOOD, BUXTED, TN22 4AG

CONSTRUCTION OF A 20M X 60M EQUESTRIAN ARENA. WORKS TO INCLUDE A SMALL

AMOUNT OF CUT AND FILL, NEW LAND DRAINS, MEMBRANE, STONE BASE, SILICA SAND AND

FIBRE SURFACE

Approved

 

Footnote 1 – White Cottage, Burnt Oak Road, High Hurstwood

Comment from WDC: The Parish Council’s comments and concerns are duly noted. However, as discussed later in this report, it is considered that the proposed position of the stable, which has been amended slightly to try and alleviate the neighbour’s concerns, is a suitable location taking into account the requirement for it to be sited close to existing buildings rather than an isolated form of development. It will be close to the main dwelling for security reasons and in case of emergency at night, as well as for access to water and electricity services, and will in fact have a minimal impact on neighbouring properties. The adjoining property, Cobbetts, sits side on to the private lane which runs between it and the application site, with mature trees and two dense hedgerows separating the two sites on either side of the lane. There are no windows in the side elevation of Cobbetts and the first-floor bedroom windows face away from the application site with a view towards the southeast. As such it is considered that the views from Cobbetts will not be impacted upon by the proposed development

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Footnote 2 – 76 Five Ash Down

Response to Parish Council:The Parish Council’s concerns are duly noted. However, whilst the footprint of the proposed building does appear quite large when viewed in comparison to that of the existing dwelling (which is a small semi-detached cottage), it is important to bear in mind that the proposed development is single storey only. The proposed annexe would contain just one bedroom, a lounge, shower room and small kitchenette, and has a gross internal area of just 42.5 sq m. With dimensions of 10.9m (w) x 5.7m (d) and a maximum ridge height of 4m, its size could be compared to that of a domestic triple garage building but with a lower ridge height.

 

 

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Any other matters properly notified:

 

Flooding in the area of Binky’s Farm – Cllr Rose

 

The WDC Local Plan – rejection of the plan by the Inspector.

 

 

Announcements – a) Chairman of the Committee; b) Clerk to the Council

 

                                                                    

 

 

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