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Planning application 09/50034/TTGREM

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PDR no.
508
File
None
Description

Notwithstanding the provisions of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 (as amended) (or any order revoking and re-enacting that Order with or without modification) on plots 299-302 = 29-32 The Rookery (inclusive) and 303-306 = 33-36 The rookery(inclusive) no additional windows, roof lights or dormer windows other than those expressly authorised by this permission shall be installed or constructed or any other additions or alterations made to the shape of the roof of the dwellings hereby approved.

Condition 2 Notwithstanding the provisions of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 (as amended) (or any order revoking and re-enacting that Order with or without modification) and the details illustrated on the Chetwood’s drawings accompanying the application;

a) On plot 303 = 33 The Rookery, the fenestration including the window types, use of obscure glazing, fixed and opening panes shall be undertaken in strict accordance with the details on plans; 186/KEN/04 (Elevations), 186/KEN/07 (first floor layout) and 186/KEN/08 (second floor layout) and shall thereafter be retained as such.

b) On plot 304 to 306 = 34-36 The Rookery(inclusive) the fenestration including the window types, use of obscure glazing, fixed and opening panes shall be undertaken in strict accordance with the details on plans 186/WOO/02 (elevations)186/WOO/09 (sections) and shall thereafter be retained as such.

c) On plots 299-302 = 29-32 The Rookery(inclusive) the fenestration including the window types, use of obscure glazing, fixed and opening panes shall be undertaken in strict accordance with the details on plans 186/LON/02 (elevations)186/LON/06P2 (first floor) and shall thereafter be retained as such.

d) On plots 276 – 277 = 3-4 The Rookery the second floor rear facing windows serve the en-suite and walk in wardrobe shall be obscure glazed and thereafter retained as such.

The areas shown on the approved plan as car parking spaces or garages shall be provided prior to the first occupation of the dwelling they serve and thereafter kept available for such use. Notwithstanding the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 (as amended), or any subsequent re-enacting Order, no permanent development shall be carried out on the site to preclude vehicular access to these parking spaces or garages.

Each dwelling shall incorporate weather protected cycle storage within the rear garden or within the integral garage (where applicable) at a ratio of 2 per three plus bedroom dwelling. Such weather protected cycle parking facilities shall be installed prior to the residential occupation of each dwelling and shall thereafter be permanently retained for sole use for cycle parking.

09/50081/TTGREM

Due to change in house type and for the avoidance of doubt, Condition 2(c) of the notice of decision ref: 09/50034/TTGREM in relation to the control of fenestration on units 299-302 = 29-32 The Rookery (inclusive) shall relate to the plans hereby approved, namely 186/ENB/02 (elevations) and 3647 PL017 (floor plan) whereby the fenestration including the window types, use of obscure glazing, fixed and opening panes shall be undertaken in strict accordance with the details on the approved plans and shall thereafter be retained as such.