10 MATERIALS - WD/2015/0090/MAO

 

  SHIT CREEK LIME CROSS DEVELOPMENT LATIMER UP TO 70 HOUSES

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WD/2015/0090/MAO - CONDITION 10 - BRICKS & BUILDING MATERIALS

 

10. Before construction above ground level of any dwelling, or ancillary building, which forms part of the development hereby approved, a schedule detailing brick bonding(s) where appropriate and samples of materials and finishes to be used on the external surfaces of the development shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The approved materials shall be used in the implementation of the development. A sample panel(s) of brickwork of not less than 1m x 1m showing mortar mix, bonding and pointing type shall be constructed for the Local Planning Authority to inspect and approve and shall be retained on site until completion of the works, and the brickwork shall be constructed in accordance with the approved panel(s). MA06(M)

REASON: To safeguard the appearance of the premises and the character of the area generally and to enable the Local Planning Authority to properly consider and control the development, having regard to SPO2, SPO13 and Policy WCS14 to the Wealden Core Strategy Local Plan 2013, Saved Policy EN27 of the adopted Wealden Local Plan 1998, coupled with the requirements of paragraph 56, 57, 59, 60 and 64 of the National Planning Policy Framework 2012.

 

LATIMER, THAKEHAM, CLARION (GROUP) - LIST OF PERSONS INVOLVED IN THE DEVELOPMENT

 

Peter Rawlinson - Gleeson Strategic Land

Ben Rainbow - Arboricultural & Biodiversity Officer

Steve Tuhey - Managing Director, Thakeham Client

Richard White, Director of Land and Planning at Latimer & Clarion Housing Group

 

LATIMER DEVELOPMENTS - Previously: William Sutton Developments Limited

 

Christopher John Hatfield

Ruth Margaret Cooke

David Simon Fordham

Austen Barry Reid

Rupert Owen Sebag-Montefiore

Mark Christopher Rogers

David Anthony Lewis

Michelle Reynolds

 

Southern Water - Nick Claxton Team Manager Flood Risk Management & Revai Kinsella, Principal Drainage Officer

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WD/2015/0090/ HERSTMONCEUX VILLAGE CONDITIONS A - Z INDEX

 

1. Permission subject to detailed particulars
2. Appearance & Landscape

3. Application for reserved matters in 3 years

4. No dev. without archaeological programme

5. No dev. until written scheme 4. published

6. Contamination to be reported subsequently

7. Details code of construction TB approved

8. Temporary contractor provisions

 9.  Noise restrictions working hours

10. Details brickwork finishes
11. Joinery details, windows, doors

12. Details hard & soft landscaping

13. Details screening, trees, hedges

14. Planting trees Chapel Row, Museum

15. Landscape management plan

16. Wildlife management details

17. Japanese Knotweed survey

18. Access prior to building works

19. Visibility splays entrance A271

20. Internal site access roads

21. Car parking details

22. Garages no commercial use

23. No felling trees hedgerows

24. Tree protection existing TPO

25. Bins refuse collection & disposal

26. Foul drainage sewerage works

27. Surface water drainage

28. No discharges foul water

29. Flood resilient buildings

30. Surface water drainage

31. Light pollution AONB

32  Renewable energy

33. No permitted dev buildings

34. No permitted gates/fences

35. Limited to included docs

 

 

 

 

WD/2015/0090/MAO - GLEESON DEVELOPMENTS LTD

 

This application is not only contrary to Wealden's Local Plan, but is considered by many to be downright dangerous. The A271 is a narrow country road that is already overloaded - with many traffic jams in the village high street causing motorists serious delays on occasion. The increase in traffic from a dense residential development at this location is nothing short of madness.

 

 

 

 

LINKS & REFERENCE

 

https://thakeham-client.com/

http://www.clarionhg.com/news-research/2018/march/latimer-to-deliver-70-new-homes-in-herstmonceux/

http://www.eastbourneherald.co.uk/

https://www.gov.uk/

http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/