Change of use to D2 for the creation of a Sports facility, Reception and Training area. The proposal includes the erection of two extensions, a front porch and a side store extension
Change of use to D2 for the creation of a Sports facility, Reception and Training area. The proposal includes the erection of two extensions, a front porch and a side store extension.
Change of use to D2 and planning permission is PERMITTED subject to the following:
(1) The use hereby permitted shall not operate classes other than between the hours of 09.00-21.30 with lights out at 22.00 Monday’s to Fridays and between the hours of 09.00 and 18.00 Saturdays and Sundays
Reason: To safeguard the residential amenity of neighbouring occupiers in accordance with Policy DM10 of the Development Management Policies 2015.
(2) The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission.
Reason: To comply with Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 as amended by Section 51 (1) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.
(3) The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans:
110 Ruxley Ln Rev 3 – Proposed Dwellings
110 Ruxley Ln Rev 3 – Drop Kerb Driveway
Flood Risk assessment
Reason: For the avoidance of doubt and to ensure that the development is carried out in accordance with the approved plans to comply with Policy CS5 of the Core Strategy (2007).
(4) Prior to the occupation of development hereby approved, details and samples of the external materials to be used for the development shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details.
Reason: To secure a satisfactory appearance in the interests of the visual amenities and character of the locality in accordance with Policy CS5 of the Core Strategy (2007) and Policies DM9 and DM10 of the Development Management Policies 2015.
(5) Before the proposed development is occupied details of a travel information pack, to include travel to and from the site by non-car forms of transport and car sharing between members, shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The approved details shall be distributed to members upon first occupation of the site and then distributed to new members as and when they join.
Reason: The above condition is required in order that the development should not prejudice highway safety, nor cause inconvenience to other highway users, and to accord with the National Planning Policy Framework 2018 and DM 36 Sustainable Transport for New Development of the Epsom and Ewell Borough Council Development Management Policies Document September 2015.
(6) Prior to occupation of the development hereby permitted the applicant shall supply details of locations of bird and bat boxes and feed stations to be located within the proposed development. The approved details will then be retained in perpetuity or the lifetime of the development hereby approved or until the grant of planning permission explicitly states otherwise.
Reason: To safeguard and enhance biodiversity in accordance with Policy CS3 of the Core Strategy (2007) and Policy DM4 of the Development Management Policies Document (2015).
(1) In dealing with the application the Council has implemented the requirement in the National Planning Policy Framework to work with the applicant in a positive and proactive way. We have made available detailed advice in the form or our statutory policies in the Core Strategy, Supplementary Planning Documents, Planning Briefs and other informal written guidance, as well as offering a full pre-application advice service, in order to ensure that the applicant has been given every opportunity to submit an application which is likely to be considered favourably.
(2) Your attention is drawn to the need to comply with the relevant provisions of the Building Regulations, the Building Acts and other related legislation. These cover such works as - the demolition of existing buildings, the erection of a new building or structure, the extension or alteration to a building, change of use of buildings, installation of services, underpinning works, and fire safety/means of escape works. Notice of intention to demolish existing buildings must be given to the Council’s Building Control Service at least 6 weeks before work starts. A completed application form together with detailed plans must be submitted for approval before any building work is commenced.
(3) You have been granted planning permission to build an extension. When undertaking demolition and/or building work, please be considerate to your neighbours and do not undertake work before 8am or after 6pm Monday to Friday, before 8am or after 1pm on a Saturday or at any time on Sundays or Bank Holidays. Furthermore, please ensure that all vehicles associated with the construction of the development hereby approved are properly washed and cleaned to prevent the passage of mud and dirt onto the adjoining highway. You are advised that the Council does have formal powers to control noise and nuisance under The Control of Pollution Act 1974, the Clean Air Acts and other relevant legislation. For further information and advice, please contact - Environmental Health Department Pollution Section.
(4) The Party Wall Act 1996 requires a building owner to notify, and obtain formal agreement from, any adjoining owner, where the building owner proposes to:
carry out work to an existing party wall;
build on the boundary with a neighbouring property;
in some circumstances, carry out groundwork’s within 6 metres of an adjoining building.
Notification and agreements under this Act are the responsibility of the building owner and are quite separate from Building Regulations, or Planning Controls. The Building Control Service will assume that an applicant has obtained any necessary agreements with the adjoining owner, and nothing said or implied by the Council should be taken as removing the necessity for the building owner to comply fully with the Party Wall Act. Further information and advice is to be found in “The Party Walls etc. Act 1996 - Explanatory Booklet”.
(5) The developer is reminded that it is an offence to allow materials to be carried from the site and deposited on or damage the highway from un-cleaned wheels or badly loaded vehicles. The Highway Authority will seek, wherever possible, to recover any expenses incurred in clearing, cleaning or repairing highway surfaces and prosecutes persistent offenders. (Highways Act 1980 Sections 131, 148, 149).
(6) Section 59 of the Highways Act permits the Highway Authority to charge developers for damage caused by excessive weight and movements of vehicles to and from a site. The Highway Authority will pass on the cost of any excess repairs compared to normal maintenance costs to the applicant/organisation responsible for the damage.