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					                                         EAST HAMPSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL

                                              SOUTH PLANNING COMMITTEE

                        DECISIONS OF THE HEAD OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

                                               UNDER DELEGATED POWERS

                                                                                                                               D.77/2001
                                                                                                                             5 July 2001
SECTION IV


Item No.                           001

PROPOSAL:                         TWO STOREY DETACHED DWELLING WITH DETACHED GARAGE WITH
                                  ACCESS

LOCATION:                         Land adjacent, 143 Rival Moor Road, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31

REFERENCE NO.                      F.30194/019/FUL/CL                        PARISH:           Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Profile Construction

CASE OFFICER:                      Chris Lyons             DATE REGISTERED:                    04/04/2001

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REFUSED for the following reasons:

1.       (R4J) The proposal represents the unacceptable development of this inadequate plot resulting in
         a cramped and confined development inappropriate to the character and appearance of the
         locality and the amenities of the occupiers of the adjacent dwellings contrary to Policies UB3 and
         H5 of the Hampshire County Structure Plan and General Strategy Policy GS5 of the East
         Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

2.       (R12G) The proposal incorporates inadequate provision for the manoeuvring of vehicles clear of
     the highway which would result in vehicles interfering with the free flow of traffic on the adjoining
     highway to the detriment of highway safety and cause inconvenience to other highway users.
      The proposal is therefore contrary to Policy GS5 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First
      Review.
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Item No.                           002

PROPOSAL:                         OUTLINE - TWO DWELLINGS

LOCATION:                         Land to the rear of, 48 Downhouse Road, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO80TX

REFERENCE NO.                      F.33029/003/OUT/CL                        PARISH:           Horndean

APPLICANT:                         Mr Lee Sage

CASE OFFICER:                      Chris Lyons             DATE REGISTERED:                    02/04/2001

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REFUSED for the following reasons:

1.       (R1J) The proposal constitutes an unacceptable sub-division of an existing residential curtilage
         where the resultant plot sizes are not commensurate with those adjoining and where the
         resultant form and concentration of buildings would be to the detriment of the character of this
         essentially rural area contrary to policies G3, C1 and C2 of the Hampshire County Structure Plan
         1996-2011 (Review) and policies GS2, GS3, GS5, ENV2 and ENV9 of the East Hampshire
         District Local Plan: First Review.

2.       (R2F) The proposal constitutes an unacceptable intrusion of development into the countryside to
         the detriment of the character of this area which is adjacent to an Area of Special Landscape
         Quality from which the site can be viewed and results in the loss of trees which is reflective of the
         countryside location, contrary to Policies C1 and C2 of the Hampshire County Structure Plan
         1996-2011 (Review) and policies GS2, GS5, ENV7, and ENV9 of the East Hampshire District
         Local Plan: First Review.

3.       (R4B) The proposal would result in an undesirable and unacceptable form of backland
         development on a cramped site, such that the proposed dwellings would have an adverse effect
         upon the character of the area in general and the amenity, outlook and privacy of the occupiers
         of the proposed and adjacent residential properties. The proposal would therefore be contrary to
         policy GS5 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

4.       (UNQ1) The proposal results in the creation of two new residential properties for which
      contributions to public open space would be required but which have not been supplied, contrary
      to policy RT3 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.
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Item No.                           003

PROPOSAL:                         CHANGE OF USE FROM POTTERY TO BLACKSMITH (AS AMENDED BY
                                  PLANS AND LETTER RECEIVED 09/05/2001)

LOCATION:                         The Old Forge Pottery, 37a Durrants Road, Rowland's Castle, Hampshire,
                                  PO9 6BE

REFERENCE NO.                      F.21328/009/FUL/CL                        PARISH:           Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:                         Mr K. Dowber

CASE OFFICER:                      Chris Lyons             DATE REGISTERED:                    13/03/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (T10) The permission shall enure solely for the benefit of the applicant and only while he is
         resident at 37a Durrants Road. The use shall cease upon the applicant's cessation of residing at
         this property.
         Reason The site lies in a locality where permission would not normally be granted except for the
         circumstances of the applicant and where the scheme is linked to the occupation of the dwelling
         through parking and lack of privacy which would result from the unit and dwelling being occupied
         separately.

3.       (UNQ1) There shall only be one person working within the building at any one time.
         Reason To ensure that the use hereby permitted does not intensify.

4.       (UNQ2) There shall be no display of goods for sale anywhere on the site and no sales shall take
         place anywhere on the site.
         Reason In the interests of highway safety.

5.       (G16) No materials shall be stacked, stored or deposited in the open on the site.
         Reason To ensure that the visual appearance of the area is not adversely affected.

6.       (G10) The use hereby permitted shall only be carried out within the site except between 8 am
         and 6 pm Mondays to Fridays and 9 am and 1 pm on Saturdays. There shall be no use of the
         building at all on Sundays or on Bank Holidays.
         Reason To ensure that the amenity of the area is not detrimentally affected by the use of the
         site outside reasonable working times.

7.       (UNQ3) There shall be no more than one delivery of steel per week and there shall be no other
         deliveries to the site, unless agreed in writing by the Planning Authority.
         Reason In the interests of highway safety and to protect the amenity of neighbouring properties.




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8.       (H54M) Adequate provision shall be made within the site at all times to enable vehicles using the
         site to enter and leave in a forward gear.
         Reason In the interests of highway safety.

9.       (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied a minimum of 3 car parking spaces shall
         be provided within the curtilage of the site and thereafter maintained and kept available for the
         parking of vehicles.
         Reason To ensure adequate car parking provision within the site in accordance with the adopted
         standards of the Planning Authority.

10.      (UNQ4) Only smokeless fuel shall be used within the forge at any time.
         Reason In the interests of the amenity of the neighbouring properties.

11.      (UNQ5) The use hereby permitted shall only be carried out in strict accordance with the
     supporting statement received 13th March 2001 including the stated tools to be used and
     working practices. Any departures from this are required to be agreed in writing by the Planning
     Authority.
      Reason In the interests of the amenity of the neighbouring properties and highway safety.
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Item No.                           004

PROPOSAL:                         TWO-STOREY REAR EXTENSION AND SINGLE STOREY FRONT
                                  EXTENSION TO FORM GARAGE AND PORCH

LOCATION:                         52 Heath Road East, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU314HN

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36332/FUL/SM                        PARISH:         Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs Rook

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    24/04/2001

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REFUSED for the following reasons:

1.       (R5G) The two storey rear proposal represents the unacceptable enlargement of this dwelling to
         the detriment of the amenities of adjoining residents contrary to General Strategy Policy GS5 of
         the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

2.       (UNQ1) The proposal to the front of the property represents a development which is detrimental
         to the character and appearance of the street scene. This is contrary to General Strategy Policy
         GS5 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

3.       (R14C) In the opinion of the Planning Authority the proposal to the front, if permitted, would
         result in demonstrable harm to the locality contrary to the policies of the Development Plan and
         establish an undesirable precedent for other similar proposals which would be difficult to resist,
         the cumulative effect of which would be to further erode and detract from the character and
         appearance of the area.




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Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.   The applicant is advised that there is some scope for development to the rear of the site. They
     should first refer to "Extending Your Home" and discuss any further proposals with the case
     officer before submitting any planning applications.
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Item No.                           005

PROPOSAL:                         CONSERVATORY TO REAR

LOCATION:                         95 Redwing Road, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8 0LX

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36358/FUL/SM                        PARISH:         Clanfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs Gould

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    18/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
      texture those of the existing building.
      Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
      existing developments.
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Item No.                           006

PROPOSAL:                         CONSERVATORY TO REAR

LOCATION:                         9 White Beam Rise, Clanfield, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8 0LQ

REFERENCE NO.                      F.23115/003/FUL/SM                        PARISH:           Clanfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs Graham

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    20/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
      texture those of the existing building.
      Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
      existing developments.
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Item No.                           007

PROPOSAL:                         FOUR LOOSE BOXES AND ONE TACK ROOM

LOCATION:                         Land to the North of, Brownings Hill, East Meon, Petersfield

REFERENCE NO.                      F.34759/004/FUL/SM                        PARISH:           East Meon

APPLICANT:                         Mrs S Murphy

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    18/04/2001

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REFUSED for the following reasons:

1.       (R2A) The proposal constitutes an unacceptable intrusion of development into the Countryside
         to the detriment of the East Hampshire Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and contrary to
         Policies C1 and C2 of the Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) and the
         General Strategy and Environment Policies of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First
         Review (particularly Policies GS2, GS5 and ENV1)



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2.       (R3E) The proposal involves the erection of buildings in the countryside which are unrelated to
         any farming or agricultural activity where the proliferation of such structures significantly and
         adversely affects the character and appearance of the countryside contrary to the Policies GS2,
         GS5, ENV1 and ENV11 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

3.       (R14C) In the opinion of the Planning Authority the proposal, if permitted, would result in
      demonstrable harm to the locality contrary to the policies of the Development Plan and establish
      an undesirable precedent for other similar proposals which would be difficult to resist, the
      cumulative effect of which would be to further erode and detract from the character and
      appearance of the area.
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Item No.                           008

PROPOSAL:                         RETENTION OF TWO STORAGE ANNEXES

LOCATION:                         Honey Garden Sauces Ltd, Unit A, 74 Station Road, Liss, Hampshire, GU33

REFERENCE NO.                      F.26974/027/FUL/SM                        PARISH:           Liss

APPLICANT:                         Honey Garden Sauces Ltd,

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    09/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

2.       (UNQ1) The door shown in the south west elevation of the timber structure shall have a
         latch/lock which ensures that the door is securely shut at all times.
          Reason In the interest of the amenity of the neighbouring properties.

3.       (UNQ2) The flue from the metal annex shall be removed before 3 August 2001.
      Reason To ensure that the amenities and visual aspect of the area are not detrimentally
      affected.
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Item No.                           009

PROPOSAL:                         TWO STOREY EXTENSION AFTER DEMOLITION OF CONSERVATORY

LOCATION:                         1 Thorn Cottages Hammer Vale, Haslemere, Surrey, GU271QL

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36264/FUL/JR                        PARISH:         Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs A De-Marcos

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    11/04/2001

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REFUSED for the following reasons:

1.       (R5A) The application site lies within a rural area to which restrictive Planning Policies apply.
         The proposal involves the substantial enlargement of this rural dwelling by 66 per cent which
         would significantly affect its scale and character and involve an unacceptable increase in building
         mass in this rural locality. The proposal would, therefore, represent an over-large extension of
         the dwelling affecting the successful retention of a range of dwellings of varying sizes in an area
         where new dwellings are not permitted contrary to Policy H16 of the East Hampshire District
         Local Plan: First Review.

2.       (R5G) The proposal represents the unacceptable enlargement of this dwelling to the detriment
         of the amenities of adjoining residents contrary to General Strategy Policy GS5 of the East
         Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.   The applicant is advised that the principle of the rear extension is not at fault and a smaller
     proposal that remained under 50% of the original and was sympathetic to the amenity of
     neighbouring properties would be likely to be looked on more favourably.
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Item No.                           010

PROPOSAL:                         CHANGE OF USE FROM AGRICULTURAL TO EQUESTRIAN AND
                                  ERECTION OF OUTDOOR RIDING ARENA

LOCATION:                         Reeds Farm, Empshott, Liss, Hampshire, GU336HT

REFERENCE NO.                      F.33978/004/FUL/JR                        PARISH:           Hawkley

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs Ward-Thomas

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    11/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:




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1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans, specifications and materials as submitted 11.04.01. Any variation or departure from the
         approved plans or materials will require the prior approval of the Planning Authority before works
         commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (M1) The development hereby permitted shall be used only for private, non-commercial
     equestrian uses incidental to the enjoyment of the dwellinghouse as a private residence and for
     no other purpose.
      Reason To prevent the outdoor riding arena from being used for commercial purposes to the
      detriment of the locality.
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Item No.                           011

PROPOSAL:                         CONSERVATORY AND CHIMNEY TO SIDE

LOCATION:                         137 Forest Road, Liss, Hampshire, GU337BU

REFERENCE NO.                      F.29194/004/FUL/SM                        PARISH:           Liss

APPLICANT:                         Mr Harry Butler

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    09/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
         texture those of the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
         existing developments.




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Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.   The applicant is advised that the grant of this permission represents the optimum size of the
     premises and that any further enlargement would constitute an unacceptable over-development
     or intensification of building mass or use and the Planning Authority is not likely to permit any
     further proposals to enlarge the premises.
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Item No.                           012

PROPOSAL:                         EXTENSION TO PROVIDE BEDROOM, STUDY, SWIMMING POOL AND
                                  CHANGING ROOM

LOCATION:                         Sandy Farm, Hewshott Lane, Liphook, Hampshire, GU307SU

REFERENCE NO.                      F.30032/002/FUL/SM                        PARISH:           Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         J. Woods

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    06/04/2001

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WITHDRAWN for the following reason:

1.    (UNQ1) Formally withdrawn by letter, at request of applicant.
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Item No.                           013

PROPOSAL:                         TWO STOREY SIDE EXTENSION AND SINGLE STOREY REAR
                                  EXTENSION

LOCATION:                         118 Andlers Ash Road, Liss, Hampshire, GU337LS

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36339/FUL/SM                        PARISH:         Liss

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs S. Roberts

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    27/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.




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2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
         texture those of the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
         existing developments.

4.       (D11) Notwithstanding the provisions of Part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country
         Planning (General Permitted Development) Order, 1995 (or any Order revoking and re-enacting
         that Order) no additional window(s) or door(s) shall at any time be inserted in the north east
         elevation of the extension hereby permitted without the prior written consent of the Planning
         Authority.
         Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential property.

5.       (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied a minimum of 3 car parking spaces shall
         be provided within the curtilage of the site and thereafter maintained and kept available for the
         parking of vehicles.
         Reason To ensure adequate car parking provision within the site in accordance with the adopted
         standards of the Planning Authority.

6.       (H54M) Adequate provision shall be made within the site to enable vehicles using the site to
      enter and leave in a forward gear.
      Reason In the interests of highway safety.
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Item No.                           014

PROPOSAL:                         VARIATION OF CONDITION 1 ON F.24750/004 (VARIATION OF TIME-
                                  SCALE FOR COMMENCEMENT OF DEVELOPMENT)

LOCATION:                         Alpen Rose, Bircholt Road, Liphook, Hampshire, GU307PQ

REFERENCE NO.                      F.24750/006/FUL/SM                        PARISH:           Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mr G W Andrews

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    25/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.




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2.       (ST8) The development permitted under F24750/004 shall be completed in accordance with the
     approved plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will
     require the prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
      Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
      interests of the amenity of the area.
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Item No.                           015

PROPOSAL:                         SINGLE STOREY REAR EXTENSION AFTER DEMOLITION OF
                                  CONSERVATORY

LOCATION:                         55 Noreuil Road, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU323BG

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36301/FUL/JR                        PARISH:         Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs D Upfield

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    23/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
      texture those of the existing building.
      Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
      existing developments.
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Item No.                           016

PROPOSAL:                         FIRST FLOOR SIDE EXTENSION

LOCATION:                         1 The Ridings, Liss, Hampshire, GU337RP

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36298/FUL/SM                        PARISH:         Liss

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs V Catt

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    11/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:




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1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
         texture those of the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
         existing developments.

4.       (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied a minimum of 3 car parking spaces shall
     be provided within the curtilage of the site and thereafter maintained and kept available for the
     parking of vehicles.
      Reason To ensure adequate car parking provision within the site in accordance with the adopted
      standards of the Planning Authority.
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Item No.                           017

PROPOSAL:                         REPLACEMENT ILLUMINATED FASCIA SIGN, NEW HANGING SIGN

LOCATION:                         Jarvis House 20/22, The Square, Liphook, Hampshire, GU307AG

REFERENCE NO.                      F.24279/006/ADV/JR                        PARISH:           Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Nationwide Building Society

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    17/04/2001

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CONSENT subject to the following condition:

1.       (V1) The sign(s) shall be displayed in strict accordance with the plan(s) and specifications
      hereby approved.
      Reason In the interests of both amenity and highway safety.
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Item No.                           018

PROPOSAL:                         TWO STOREY REAR EXTENSION, FRONT PORCH AND DETACHED
                                  DOUBLE GARAGE

LOCATION:                         32 Winchester Road, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU323PA

REFERENCE NO.                      F.25752/005/FUL/CL                        PARISH:           Stroud

APPLICANT:                         Miss M Giles

CASE OFFICER:                      Chris Lyons             DATE REGISTERED:                    03/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
         texture those of the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
         existing developments.

4.       (UNQ1) There shall be no insertion in the roof, other than hereby approved, unless agreed in
         writing by the Planning Authority.
         Reason In the interests of the amenity of the area which is designated an Area of Outstanding
         Natural Beauty.

5.       (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied a minimum of 2 car parking spaces shall
         be provided within the curtilage of the site and thereafter maintained and kept available for the
         parking of vehicles.
         Reason To ensure adequate car parking provision within the site in accordance with the adopted
         standards of the Planning Authority.

6.       (H54M) Adequate provision shall be made within the site to enable vehicles using the site to
         enter and leave in a forward gear.
         Reason In the interests of highway safety.

7.       (H54N) Any gates provided shall be set back a distance of 4.5m from the edge of the
         carriageway of the adjoining highway.
         Reason In the interests of highway safety.




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8.       (H54O) The access shall be splayed back at an angle of 45 degrees.
         Reason        In the interests of highway safety.

9.       (D22) The garage hereby permitted shall be used for the parking of private motor vehicles and
      ancillary domestic storage only and for no other purpose.
      Reason To maintain planning control in the interests of amenity.
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Item No.                           019

PROPOSAL:                         3 STABLES, CAR PORT AND STORE (AS AMENDED BY PLAN
                                  RECEIVED 26/1/01).

LOCATION:                         Pond Cottage, Chalton Lane, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO80BG

REFERENCE NO.                      F.33415/001/FUL/JM                        PARISH:           Clanfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr M Budden

CASE OFFICER:                      Julia Mansi             DATE REGISTERED:                    20/09/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
         texture those of the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
         existing developments.

3.       (M1) The stables hereby permitted shall be used only as private, non-commercial stabling
         incidental to the enjoyment of the dwellinghouse as a private residence and for no other purpose.
          Reason To prevent the stables from being used for commercial purposes to the detriment of the
          locality.

4.       (D22) The car port hereby permitted shall be used for the parking of private motor vehicles and
         ancillary domestic storage only and for no other purpose.
         Reason To maintain planning control in the interests of amenity.

5.       (UNQ1) Within one month of the first occupation of the stables hereby permitted, the timber
         stables in the paddock to the south of Pond Cottage shall be demolished, all resulting materials
         being removed from the site and the land returned to pasture.
         Reason In the interests of the visual amenity of the area

6.       (L19) The existing hedge along the northern boundary of the site shall be retained.
         Reason To preserve the visual amenity of the area.




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7.       (H54M) Adequate provision shall be made within the site to enable vehicles using the site to
      enter and leave in a forward gear.
      Reason In the interests of highway safety.
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Item No.                           020

PROPOSAL:                         CHANGE OF USE FROM AGRICULTURAL TO EQUESTRIAN AND
                                  ERECTION OF FENCING, NEW SAND SCHOOL AND ASSOCIATED
                                  WORKS (AMPLIFIED BY FAX RECEIVED 12/3/01).

LOCATION:                         Land adjoining Parsonage Barn, Harvesting Lane, East Meon, Petersfield,
                                  Hampshire, GU321QW

REFERENCE NO.                      F.29694/006/FUL/JM                        PARISH:           East Meon

APPLICANT:                         Mrs CA Collett

CASE OFFICER:                      Julia Mansi             DATE REGISTERED:                    20/02/2001

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REFUSED for the following reasons:

1.       (R1L) The proposal would result in an undesirable intensification of the existing scattered or
         loose knit form of development in this rural area to the detriment of the locality contrary to the
         Countryside Policies of the Hampshire County Structure Plan (particularly Policies C1 & C2) and
         the General Strategy & Environment Policies of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First
         Review (particularly Policies GS2 & GS5).

2.       (R2A) The proposal constitutes an unacceptable intrusion of development into the Countryside
         to the detriment of the East Hampshire Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and contrary to
         Policies C1-C2 and E6-7 of the Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) and the
         General Strategy and Environment Policies of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First
         Review (particularly Policies GS2, GS5 & ENV1).

3.       (R3E) The proposal involves the construction of a riding arena and change of use of the land to
      equestrian use in the countryside which is poorly related to existing buildings where the
      proliferation of such structures and such changes of use significantly and adversely affects the
      character and appearance of the countryside contrary to the Policies outlined in the above
      reasons and Policy ENV11 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.
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Item No.                           021

PROPOSAL:                         DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE

LOCATION:                         Highcroft, Froxfield, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU321DR

REFERENCE NO.                      F.25487/001/FUL/SM                        PARISH:           Froxfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs A. Parkes

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    03/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
         texture those of the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
         existing developments.

4.       (D21) The building hereby permitted shall be used only for purposes incidental to the enjoyment
         of the dwelling house and for no other purpose including business, commercial or industrial
         purposes.
         Reason It is considered that the building is unsuitable because of its form/position/location for
         such uses.

5.       (D22) The garage hereby permitted shall be used for the parking of private motor vehicles and
      ancillary domestic storage only and for no other purpose.
      Reason To maintain planning control in the interests of amenity.
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Item No.                           022

PROPOSAL:                         RELIEF FROM CONDITION 4 OF F21634/004 (PERSONAL CONSENT)

LOCATION:                         Former grain store, 251 Lovedean Lane, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO89RX

REFERENCE NO.                      F.21634/010/FUL/SM                        PARISH:           Horndean

APPLICANT:                         SW Hill and Sons (Farm Ltd)

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    06/03/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (UNQ1) Only one company may operate from the site at any one time.
         Reason In the interest of the amenity of the neighbouring properties and to ensure that there is
         no intensification of use on the site.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.   The applicant is advised that all other conditions attached to F21634/004/FUL remain in force.
     This includes condition 13 relating to the use of the site.
________________________________________________________________________

Item No.                           023

PROPOSAL:                         OUTLINE - DETACHED DWELLING

LOCATION:                         Hipkins, Waterworks Road, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU322AT

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36290/OUT/CL                        PARISH:         Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr John Lovell

CASE OFFICER:                      Chris Lyons             DATE REGISTERED:                    09/04/2001

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REFUSED for the following reasons:

1.       (R2B) The proposal constitutes an unacceptable intrusion of development into the Countryside
         in an important gap between two settlements to the detriment of the East Hampshire Area of
         Outstanding Natural Beauty and contrary to policies G2, G3, H10, C1, C2, and E7 of the
         Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) and policies GS2, GS3, GS5, ENV9, and
         H12 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

2.       (UNQ1) From the information submitted, the Planning Authority is not satisfied that the site has
         adequate amenity space for potential residents and will not result in a cramped and contrived
         form of development out of keeping with the character of the area or that the noise from the
         adjoining link road to the A3 will not be an unacceptable intrusion to any potential residents, or
         that the highway safety requirements can be satisfactorily met. As such, the proposal is contrary
         to policy GS5 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.



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3.       (UNQ2) No provision has been made for the provision of public open space or a contribution
      towards it as required by policy RT3 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.
________________________________________________________________________

Item No.                           024

PROPOSAL:                         EXTENSION TO LIBRARY

LOCATION:                         The Dunannie School (Bedales), Steep, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU322DG

REFERENCE NO.                      F.20324/017/FUL/CL                        PARISH:           Steep

APPLICANT:                         Dunannie School (Bedales)

CASE OFFICER:                      Chris Lyons             DATE REGISTERED:                    09/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E2) Before development commences on site details of all external facing and roofing
      materials shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority.
      Reason To ensure that the materials used in the construction of the development harmonise
      with its surroundings.
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Item No.                           025

PROPOSAL:                         FLAT ROOFED DORMER TO REAR

LOCATION:                         17 Rushes Road, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU323BW

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36291/FUL/JR                        PARISH:         Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mrs L Buck

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    10/04/2001

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NO FURTHER ACTION
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Item No.                           026

PROPOSAL:                         REPLACEMENT WINDOW TO SOUTH ELEVATION.

LOCATION:                         2 Clifton Cottages Ridge Common Lane, Steep, Petersfield, Hampshire,
                                  GU321AJ

REFERENCE NO.                      F.32729/001/FUL/JR                        PARISH:           Steep

APPLICANT:                         Mr J Macdonald

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    19/04/2001

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NO FURTHER ACTION
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Item No.                           027

PROPOSAL:                         RAISE ROOF HEIGHT AND ADDITION OF FRONT AND REAR DORMERS

LOCATION:                         29 Victory Avenue, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8 9PJ

REFERENCE NO.                      F.25811/003/FUL/JR                        PARISH:           Horndean

APPLICANT:                         Ms L Shauler & Ms C Jackson

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    11/04/2001

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REFUSED for the following reason:

1.       (R5H) The proposal represents the unacceptable enlargement of this bungalow to form a
      dwelling of excessive height and bulk and poor appearance to the detriment of the character and
      appearance of the area contrary to General Strategy Policy GS5 of the East Hampshire District
      Local Plan: First Review.
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Item No.                           028

PROPOSAL:                         NEW DWELLING (VARIATION OF F.32035/002)

LOCATION:                         Upper Parsonage Farm, Harvesting Lane, East Meon, Petersfield, GU321EZ

REFERENCE NO.                      F.32035/004/FUL/JM                        PARISH:           East Meon

APPLICANT:                         J.Atkinson (East Meon) Ltd

CASE OFFICER:                      Julia Mansi             DATE REGISTERED:                    03/01/2001

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APPROVAL subject to the following conditions:


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1.    (E1) Before development commences samples of all external facing and roofing materials
      shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority.
      Reason To ensure that the materials used in the construction of the approved development
      harmonise with the surroundings.

2.    (UNQ1) The office hereby permitted shall be used for the purpose as a farm office and for no
      other purpose whatsoever and in particular shall not be used a residential accommodation.
      Reason To maintain Planning Control.

3.    (UNQ2) The accommodation located in the wing attached to the main farm house, with the
      exception of the farm office, shall be used for bed and breakfast accommodation. There shall be
      no variation in that use without the prior consent of the Planning Authority.
      Reason This permission is granted having circumstances of this particular holding and to
      protect the character and amenity of the area

4.    (L1) No works on site shall commence until a detailed landscaping scheme, which shall include
      details of the species, and position of all existing trees (with a stem diameter of 100mm or
      greater) and hedges, and the position of all proposed trees and hedges, plant sizes, planting
      distances, numbers and provisions for maintenance of the trees and shrubs, and showing areas
      to be grass seeded or turfed has been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the Planning
      Authority.
      Reason In the interests of the visual amenity of the locality and to enable proper consideration to
      be given to the impact of the proposed development on existing trees.

5.    (L5) All hard and soft landscape works shall be carried out in accordance with the approved
      details and to a reasonable standard in accordance with the relevant parts of appropriate British
      Standards or other recognised codes of good practice.
      To be carried out prior to the occupation of any part of the development or in accordance with
      the timetable agreed with the Planning Authority.
      Any trees or plants which, within a period of five years after planting, are removed, die or
      become, in the opinion of the Planning Authority, seriously damaged or defective, shall be
      replaced as soon as is reasonably practicable with others of species, size and number as
      originally approved, unless the Planning Authority gives its written consent to any variation.
      Reason To ensure the provision, establishment and maintenance of a reasonable standard of
      landscape in accordance with the approved designs.

6.    (UNQ3) The barn shall be used for the parking of vehicles, ancillary domestic storage and
      stabling of the farmhouse owners own horses only and for no other purpose.
      Reason To maintain planning control in the interests of amenity and to control the amount of
      residential development on the site. The site lies in a rural area where restrictive policies apply.

7.    (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied a minimum of 3 car parking spaces shall
      be provided within the curtilage of the site and thereafter maintained and kept available for the
      parking of vehicles.
      Reason To ensure adequate car parking provision within the site in accordance with the adopted
      standards of the Planning Authority.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.    Conditions 4 to 14 inclusive of planning permission F.32035/001 have to be complied with as part
      of this development.



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Item No.                           029

PROPOSAL:                         TWO STOREY REAR EXTENSION (AS AMENDED BY PLANS RECEIVED
                                  11/05/01)

LOCATION:                         Garden Cottage, Adhurst Farm, London Road, Petersfield, Hampshire,
                                  GU315AE

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35973/001/FUL/JR                        PARISH:           Steep

APPLICANT:                         Mrs M. Lubbock

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    11/04/2001

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REFUSED for the following reasons:

1.       (R5B) The application site lies within a rural area to which restrictive Planning Policies apply.
         The proposal represents an unacceptable addition to this property, representing a 52 per cent
         increase in floor area. This enlargement and the extension itself changes the scale and
         character of the property and affects the successful retention of a range of dwellings of varying
         sizes in an area where new dwellings are not permitted contrary to Policy H16 of the East
         Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

2.       (R5G) The proposal represents the unacceptable alteration of this dwelling to the detriment of
      the character and appearance of the property, by reason of the style of windows, an unbalanced
      roof line and the loss of the traditional entranceway, contrary to General Strategy Policy GS5 of
      the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.
________________________________________________________________________

Item No.                           030

PROPOSAL:                         CHANGE OF USE FROM AGRICULTURE TO KEEPING OF HORSES,
                                  RETENTION OF FIELD SHELTER AND HARD STANDING

LOCATION:                         Stephdene Acres, Lovedean Lane, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO80VA

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36223/001/FUL/SM                        PARISH:           Horndean

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs Dealey

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    12/04/2001

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REFUSED for the following reasons:

1.       (R2F) The proposal constitutes an unacceptable intrusion of development into the countryside to
         the detriment of the character of this Area of Special Landscape Quality contrary to Policies C1-
         C3 of the Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) and the Policies GS5 and
         ENV2 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.




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2.       (R3E) The proposal involves the erection of buildings in the countryside which are unrelated to
         any farming or agricultural activity where the proliferation of such structures significantly and
         adversely affects the character and appearance of the countryside contrary to the Policies
         outlined in the above reason and Policy ENV11 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First
         Review.

3.       (R14C) In the opinion of the Planning Authority the proposal, if permitted, would result in
      demonstrable harm to the locality contrary to the policies of the Development Plan and establish
      an undesirable precedent for other similar proposals which would be difficult to resist, the
      cumulative effect of which would be to further erode and detract from the character and
      appearance of the area.
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Item No.                           031

PROPOSAL:                         GARDEN STORE

LOCATION:                         2 Beech Place, Western Road, Liss, Hampshire. GU33 7AG

REFERENCE NO.                      F.34002/001/FUL/JR                        PARISH:           Liss

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs T DeBues

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    12/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (E2) Before development commences on site details of all external facing and roofing
         materials shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority.
         Reason To ensure that the materials used in the construction of the development harmonise
         with its surroundings.

2.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
      permission.
      Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
      1990.
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Item No.                           032

PROPOSAL:                         USE OF LAND FOR STORAGE OF CUT WOOD AND LOGS (AS
                                  AMPLIFIED BY LETTER DATED 18/4/01).

LOCATION:                         Upper Downgate Farm, Sandy Lane, Steep Marsh, Petersfield, Hampshire,
                                  GU32

REFERENCE NO.                      F.27994/021/FUL/LW                        PARISH:           Steep

APPLICANT:                         Mr. P. Bogris

CASE OFFICER:                      Lesley Wells            DATE REGISTERED:                    24/01/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

2.       (L9) No trees along the north west boundary of the site, shall be lopped, topped, felled or
         severed without the prior written consent of the Planning Authority. Any trees or hedges
         removed without such consent or dying, or having been severely damaged shall be replaced with
         trees of such size and species as may be agreed with the Planning Authority and as soon as is
         reasonably practical and in any event by not later than the end of the following planting season.
         Reason In the interests of the visual amenity of the locality.

3.       (H54K) Adequate space shall be provided within the site, for the loading, unloading and parking
         of vehicles to the satisfaction of the Planning Authority.
         Reason In the interests of highway safety.

4.       (H54M) Adequate provision shall be made within the site to enable vehicles using the site to
      enter and leave in a forward gear.
      Reason In the interests of highway safety.
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Item No.                           033

PROPOSAL:                         INSTALLATION OF FRENCH DOORS, AS RESTRICTED BY CONDITION 4
                                  ON F27138/004 (RETROSPECTIVE)

LOCATION:                         Keepers Cottage, 26 Petersfield Road, Buriton, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31

REFERENCE NO.                      F.27138/008/FUL/JR                        PARISH:           Buriton

APPLICANT:                         Mrs P Russell

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    30/04/2001

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PERMISSION
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Item No.                           034

PROPOSAL:                         CONSTRUCTION OF BOUNDARY WALL AND GATES (RETROSPECTIVE)

LOCATION:                         35 Links Lane, Rowland's Castle, Hampshire, PO9 6AE

REFERENCE NO.                      F.26563/009/FUL/JH                        PARISH:           Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs D D K Roberts

CASE OFFICER:                      Jeremy Heppell                DATE REGISTERED:                    19/04/2001

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REFUSED for the following reason:

1.       (UNQ1) In the opinion of the Planning Authority the development constitutes an unacceptable
      intrusion into the street scene where the form and built mass of the development is excessive for
      its purpose and for the site. The minor changes which have been made to the earlier proposal
      do not overcome these concerns. It is considered to be uncharacteristic of the generally rural
      character of Links Lane and of this area of Special Housing Character, contrary to Policies GS5
      and H4 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.
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Item No.                           035

PROPOSAL:                         ROOF EXTENSION TO PROVIDE BEDROOM IN ROOF

LOCATION:                         132 The Causeway, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU314LL

REFERENCE NO.                      F.31282/002/FUL/PE                        PARISH:           Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs Ingram

CASE OFFICER:                      Peter Eggleton                DATE REGISTERED:                    02/05/2001

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APPROVAL subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
         texture those of the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
         existing developments.

4.       (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied a minimum of 3 car parking spaces shall
         be provided within the curtilage of the site and thereafter maintained and kept available for the
         parking of vehicles.
         Reason To ensure adequate car parking provision within the site in accordance with the adopted
         standards of the Planning Authority.

5.       (H54M) Adequate provision shall be made within the site to enable vehicles using the site to
      enter and leave in a forward gear.
      Reason In the interests of highway safety.
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Item No.                           036

PROPOSAL:                         ALTERATION TO PART OF ROOF BEHIND MAIN CHIMNEY STACK ON
                                  SOUTH FACADE

LOCATION:                         Workshop Cottage, Cockshott Lane, Froxfield, Petersfield, Hampshire,
                                  GU321BB

REFERENCE NO.                      F.26679/008/LBC/JR                        PARISH:           Froxfield

APPLICANT:                         Edward Barnsley Educational Trust

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    30/04/2001

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CONSENT subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST6) The works hereby consented to shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 18(1) of the Planning (Listed Buildings and
         Conservation Areas) Act 1990.

2.       (E2) Before development commences on site details of all external facing and roofing
     materials shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority.
      Reason To ensure that the materials used in the construction of the development harmonise
      with its surroundings.
________________________________________________________________________

Item No.                           037

PROPOSAL:                         DETACHED SUMMERHOUSE

LOCATION:                         3 Bepton Down, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU314PR

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36356/FUL/SM                        PARISH:         Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mrs D R C Inie

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    30/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.




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2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall be those detailed within the submitted scheme.
         Reason In the interest of visual amenity.

4.       (D21) The building hereby permitted shall be used only for purposes incidental to the enjoyment
      of the dwelling house and for no other purpose including business, commercial or industrial
      purposes.
      Reason It is considered that the building is unsuitable because of its form/position/location for
      such uses.
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Item No.                           038

PROPOSAL:                         PARKING AREA (WITHIN CURTILAGE)

LOCATION:                         22 Princes Road, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU323BQ

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35487/003/FUL/JR                        PARISH:           Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr C Sables

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    27/04/2001

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REFUSED for the following reason:

1.       (R2Q) The proposal would result in the unacceptable loss of established landscape features
      particularly embankment, trees and scrub to the detriment of the character and appearance of
      the locality and would lead to an undesirable precedent for other operations of this type whose
      cumulative effect would be harmful to the amenity of the area, contrary to Policies GS5 and
      ENV7 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review
________________________________________________________________________

Item No.                           039

PROPOSAL:                         RETENTION OF TWO LPG STORAGE TANKS

LOCATION:                         Former grain store, 251 Lovedean Lane, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO89RX

REFERENCE NO.                      F.21634/011/FUL/SM                        PARISH:           Horndean

APPLICANT:                         Swift Park Ltd

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    23/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:



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1.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.       The applicant is reminded that the landscaping conditions on F21634/004/FUL have not been
         complied with despite the fact that landscaping should have been completed before any building
         permitted under F21634/004/FUL was occupied. You must therefore submit a landscaping
         scheme which should be implemented in the first available planting season i.e. this autumn.

     Failure to do so may lead to further action. Please contact the Council's Principle Landscaping
     Officer if you are in any doubt as to these requirements.
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Item No.                           040

PROPOSAL:                         GROUND AND FIRST FLOOR REAR EXTENSION

LOCATION:                         112 Rushes Road, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU323AS

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36331/FUL/JR                        PARISH:         Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs Kemp

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    23/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
      texture those of the existing building.
      Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
      existing developments.
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Item No.                           041

PROPOSAL:                         CONSERVATORY TO SIDE

LOCATION:                         9 Glenthorne Meadow, East Meon, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU321PY

REFERENCE NO.                      F.33171/001/FUL/JR                        PARISH:           East Meon

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs Jenkins

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    23/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (E3) The external materials to be used on the brick shall match, as closely as possible, in type,
     colour and texture those of the existing building.
      Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
      existing developments.
________________________________________________________________________

Item No.                           042

PROPOSAL:                         REPLACEMENT GARAGE AND WORKSHOP WITH STORE OVER

LOCATION:                         55 Portsmouth Road, Liphook, Hampshire, GU307EE

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36280/FUL/MS                        PARISH:         Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mr A Tremlett

CASE OFFICER:                      Matthew Shellum               DATE REGISTERED:                    19/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied a minimum of 3 car parking spaces shall
         be provided within the curtilage of the site and thereafter maintained and kept available for the
         parking of vehicles.
         Reason To ensure adequate car parking provision within the site in accordance with the adopted
         standards of the Planning Authority.



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3.       (H54M) Adequate provision shall be made within the site to enable vehicles using the site to
         enter and leave in a forward gear.
         Reason In the interests of highway safety.

4.       (D22) The garage hereby permitted shall be used for the parking of private motor vehicles,
     workshop and ancillary domestic storage only and for no other purpose.
      Reason To maintain planning control in the interests of amenity.
________________________________________________________________________

Item No.                           043

PROPOSAL:                         SINGLE STOREY REAR EXTENSION

LOCATION:                         8 The Spain, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU323LA

REFERENCE NO.                      F.29747/006/LBC/CL                        PARISH:           Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs M Catton

CASE OFFICER:                      Chris Lyons             DATE REGISTERED:                    17/04/2001

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REFUSED for the following reasons:

1.       (R11B) The proposed development would detract from the integrity and character of this
         statutory Listed Building through the erection of a structure which is out of keeping with the scale,
         massing, and proportion of the existing buildings and would be contrary to policy E16 of the
         Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) and the General Strategy (GS5) and
         Environment Policies (ENV15 - ENV19) of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

2.       (R10B) The application site lies within a designated Conservation Area and in the opinion of the
      Planning Authority the proposal would not enhance the appearance thereof because of the scale,
      massing, and proportion of the proposed development which does not reflect the character of the
      Conservation Area and would be contrary to policy E16 of the Hampshire County Structure Plan
      and the General Strategy (GS5) and Environment Policies (ENV15 - ENV19) of the East
      Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.
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Item No.                           044

PROPOSAL:                         CONSTRUCTION OF NEW ATTACHED DWELLING FOLLOWING PART
                                  DEMOLITION OF EXISTING DWELLING (AS AMENDED BY PLANS
                                  RECEIVED 9/2/01).

LOCATION:                         53 London Road, Horndean, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8 0BW

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36053/FUL/JM                        PARISH:         Horndean

APPLICANT:                         Mrs B Wiltshire

CASE OFFICER:                      Julia Mansi             DATE REGISTERED:                    02/01/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (E1) Before development commences samples of all external facing and roofing materials
         shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority.
         Reason To ensure that the materials used in the construction of the approved development
         harmonise with the surroundings.

3.       (D15) Notwithstanding the provisions of Part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country
         Planning (General Permitted Development) Order, 1995 (or any Order revoking and re-enacting
         that Order) no extension or alteration to this dwelling shall be made except with the prior written
         consent of the Planning Authority.
         Reason It is considered that further extension/alteration of this dwelling could result in an
         adverse effect upon the adjacent properties and/or the visual character of the area.

4.       (D11) Notwithstanding the provisions of Part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country
         Planning (General Permitted Development) Order, 1995 (or any Order revoking and re-enacting
         that Order) no window(s) or door(s) shall at any time be inserted in the southern elevation of the
         dwelling hereby permitted without the prior written consent of the Planning Authority.
         Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential property.

5.       (L1) No works on site shall commence until a detailed landscaping scheme, which shall include
         details of the species, and position of all existing trees (with a stem diameter of 100mm or
         greater) and hedges, and the position of all proposed trees and hedges, plant sizes, planting
         distances, numbers and provisions for maintenance of the trees and shrubs, and showing areas
         to be grass seeded or turfed has been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the Planning
         Authority.
         Reason In the interests of the visual amenity of the locality and to enable proper consideration to
         be given to the impact of the proposed development on existing trees.




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6.    (L5) All hard and soft landscape works shall be carried out in accordance with the approved
      details and to a reasonable standard in accordance with the relevant parts of appropriate British
      Standards or other recognised codes of good practice.
      To be carried out prior to the occupation of any part of the development or in accordance with
      the timetable agreed with the Planning Authority.
      Any trees or plants which, within a period of five years after planting, are removed, die or
      become, in the opinion of the Planning Authority, seriously damaged or defective, shall be
      replaced as soon as is reasonably practicable with others of species, size and number as
      originally approved, unless the Planning Authority gives its written consent to any variation.
      Reason To ensure the provision, establishment and maintenance of a reasonable standard of
      landscape in accordance with the approved designs.

7.    (UNQ1) Before development commences on site, details of the front boundary wall shall be
      submitted to and approved by the Planning Authority. There shall be no variation in the approved
      details without the prior written consent of the Planning Authority.
      Reason In the interests of the visual amenity of the area.

8.    (C23) Before works commence the following information and details shall be submitted to the
      Planning Authority for approval in writing:-
      (i) details of the window headers at scale 1:10;
      (ii) eaves details at scale 1:5 (shown in situ) including the methods of ventilating the roof;
      The building works shall be carried out strictly in accordance with the approved details.
      Reason In the interests of the visual amenity of the area.

9.    (H473) The existing access from the site to London Road shall be permanently stopped up and
      effectively closed with the footway reinstated. (In accordance with details approved by the local
      planning authority under condition 7 above) before the use hereby approved is commenced or
      any building occupied.
      Reason In the interests of highway safety.

10.   (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied a minimum of 4 car parking spaces shall
      be provided within the curtilage of the site and thereafter maintained and kept available for the
      parking of vehicles.
      Reason To ensure adequate car parking provision within the site in accordance with the adopted
      standards of the Planning Authority.

11.   (H54D) Before any other operations are commenced the access, including the footway and/or
      verge crossing and the piping of any ditch, shall be constructed and lines of sight of 2 metres by
      90 metres provided and maintained at all times.
      Reason To provide satisfactory access.

12.   (H54M) Adequate provision shall be made within the site to enable vehicles using the site to
      enter and leave in a forward gear.
      Reason In the interests of highway safety.

13.   (H54N) Any gates provided shall be set back a distance of 4.5m from the edge of the
      carriageway of the adjoining highway.
      Reason In the interests of highway safety.

14.   (H54O) The access shall be splayed back at an angle of 45 degrees.
      Reason In the interests of highway safety.
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Item No.                           045

PROPOSAL:                         20 RETIREMENT HOUSING UNITS WITH GARAGING, PARKING, PUBLIC
                                  OPEN SPACE AND LANDSCAPING

LOCATION:                         Land at North Road, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32

REFERENCE NO.                      F.34267/002/FUL/JM                        PARISH:           Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr Beechcroft Developments Limited

CASE OFFICER:                      Julia Mansi             DATE REGISTERED:                    18/04/2001

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REFUSED for the following reasons:

1.       (R1A) The proposed development would be an undesirable extension of development beyond
         the built up area and beyond the Policy Boundary of Petersfield which if permitted would be
         seriously detrimental to the visual amenity and rural character of the locality contrary to the
         Countryside, Housing and Environment Policies of the Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-
         2011 (Review) (particularly Policies C1, C2, H1 & E17) and the General Strategy, Environment
         and Housing Policies of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review (particularly
         Policies GS1, GS2 & GS5).

2.       (R2A) The proposal constitutes an unacceptable development of an open area of land between
         urban areas at Petersfield that links to the countryside to the north. The loss of a substantial part
         of this open area to housing would be to the detriment of the East Hampshire Area of
         Outstanding Natural Beauty and contrary to the Countryside and Environment Policies of the
         Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) (particularly Policies C1, C2 & E7) and
         the General Strategy and Environment Policies of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First
         Review (particularly Policies GS2, GS5, ENV1 & ENV7).

3.       (R2Q) The proposal would result in the unacceptable loss of established landscape features
         particularly the open character of the southern part of the site and, through the relationship and
         position of new buildings to established trees, there would be pressure to remove trees to the
         detriment of the character and appearance of the locality, contrary to Policies GS5 and ENV7 of
         the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

4.       (R10B) The frontage of the application site lies opposite a designated Conservation Area and in
         the opinion of the Planning Authority the proposal for the vehicular access to the site fails to
         satisfactorily demonstrate that it would preserve or enhance the appearance of the Conservation
         Area. As a result, the proposal is considered to be contrary to Environment Policies of the
         Hampshire County Structure Plan (namely Policies E16 & E17) and the General Strategy (GS5)
         and Environment Policies (ENV15 - ENV19) of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First
         Review.

5.       (R12Q) From the information available it cannot be shown that the development can be
         accommodated in a manner that would not cause increased danger and inconvenience to
         highway users. The proposal is therefore contrary to Policy T4 Of the Hampshire County
         Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) and Policy GS5 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan:
         First Review.




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6.       (UNQ1) In the opinion of the Planning Authority, the proposal represents a form of development
         that cannot be reconciled with Policy RT4 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review
         which allocates the application site for informal open space and kick about purposes. In
         particular, the housing proposal would curtail the green corridor running from Station Road to
         Tilmore Road be effectively closing the frontage to longer views and is considered to be
         excessive if the intention is to provide facilitating development to achieve the open space
         allocation.

7.       (UNQ2) In the opinion of the Planning Authority, the proposal for open space and footpath
         provision within the site are flawed in that they fail to deal with the implications for species
         protected by the Countryside and Wildlife Act 1981. The proposal includes a footpath, part of
         which is within the ownership of an adjoining property, along the railway embankment that could
         prejudice nature conservation interests and would significantly and adversely affect he amenity,
         privacy and security of adjacent properties. The proposal is considered to conflict with Policies
         GS5 and ENV5 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

8.       (UNQ3) The site lies within an area liable to flood. The proposed development would be at risk
         of flooding and result in an unacceptable increase in the risk to flooding elsewhere. The
         proposed development, by reason of its proximity to the top of the bank of the water course, is
         considered to be unacceptable. The permanent retention of a continuous unobstructed area is
         an essential requirement for passage of flood water flows. The proposed layout as indicated on
         the submitted plans does not include provision of an adequate access through the site to the
         water course to allow for future maintenance or improvement. The proposed development is
         therefore not in accordance with draft PPG25 "Development and Flood Risk" April 2000 and
         DOE Circular 30/92 (Development and Flood Risk).

9.       (UNQ4) In the opinion of the Planning Authority, the proposed development by reason of its
      scale, deign, proximity and loss of space in the street scene would result in a harmful impact to
      the adjacent Conservation Area and Listed Buildings and would, as a result, fail to enhance and
      preserve the Conservation Area. As such the proposal is considered contrary to Policies E17 &
      E18 of the Hampshire Country Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) and Policies ENV15-19 of the
      East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.
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Item No.                           046

PROPOSAL:                         PITCHED ROOFED EXTENSION TO FRONT AND REAR, DETACHED
                                  INDOOR SWIMMING POOL, CONVERSION OF OUTBUILDING TO
                                  GARAGES, STORE AND WORKSHOP.

LOCATION:                         Conford Park House, Conford, Liphook, Hampshire, GU307QP

REFERENCE NO.                      F.20449/008/FUL/JM                        PARISH:           Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs S Glynn

CASE OFFICER:                      Julia Mansi             DATE REGISTERED:                    26/02/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:




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1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
         texture those of the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
         existing developments.

3.       (D21) The building hereby permitted shall be used only for purposes incidental to the enjoyment
         of the dwelling house and for no other purpose including business, commercial or industrial
         purposes. The building shall not be used as habitable accommodation.
         Reason It is considered that the building is unsuitable because of its location for such uses.

4.       (H54K) Adequate space shall be provided within the site, for the loading, unloading and parking
     of vehicles to the satisfaction of the Planning Authority.
      Reason In the interests of highway safety.
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Item No.                           047

PROPOSAL:                         DETACHED GARAGE/WORKSHOP AFTER DEMOLITION OF EXISTING

LOCATION:                         20 Church Road, Bramshott, Liphook, Hampshire, GU307SH

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36305/FUL/SM                        PARISH:         Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mr C Smale

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    23/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
         texture those of the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
         existing developments.




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4.       (D21) The building hereby permitted shall be used only for purposes incidental to the enjoyment
         of the dwelling house and for no other purpose including habitable, business, commercial or
         industrial purposes.
          Reason It is considered that the building is unsuitable because of its form/position/location for
          such uses.

5.       (D11) Notwithstanding the provisions of Part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country
         Planning (General Permitted Development) Order, 1995 (or any Order revoking and re-enacting
         that Order) no window(s) or door(s) shall at any time be inserted in the south east elevation of
         the building hereby permitted without the prior written consent of the Planning Authority.
         Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential property.

6.       (D8) The use of the building hereby permitted shall be restricted to use as garage/workshop
     in connection with the existing dwelling at the site from which it shall not be let or sold separately
     or severed.
      Reason The site is located in an area where a new dwelling would not normally be permitted.
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Item No.                           048

PROPOSAL:                         SINGLE STOREY SIDE EXTENSION AND DETACHED GARAGE

LOCATION:                         White Dirt Farm, 81 White Dirt Lane, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8 0TN

REFERENCE NO.                      F.29843/018/FUL/SM                        PARISH:           Clanfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs M Pinhorn

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    15/05/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
         texture those of the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
         existing developments.




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4.       (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied a minimum of 3 car parking spaces shall
         be provided within the curtilage of the site and thereafter maintained and kept available for the
         parking of vehicles.
         Reason To ensure adequate car parking provision within the site in accordance with the adopted
         standards of the Planning Authority.

5.       (H54M) Adequate provision shall be made within the site to enable vehicles using the site to
         enter and leave in a forward gear.
         Reason In the interests of highway safety.

6.       (D22) The garage hereby permitted shall be used for the parking of private motor vehicles and
      ancillary domestic storage only and for no other purpose.
      Reason To maintain planning control in the interests of amenity.
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Item No.                           049

PROPOSAL:                         VARIATION OF CONDITION 1 TO F21912/028 (TIME LIMIT) TO EXTEND
                                  PERIOD OF TIME TO COMMENCE DEVELOPMENT

LOCATION:                         Units 3 and 4, Upper Adhurst Industrial Estate, London Road, Petersfield,
                                  Hampshire, GU315AE

REFERENCE NO.                      F.21912/035/FUL/SM                        PARISH:           Liss

APPLICANT:                         Mr G Fothergill

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    09/05/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications (under F.21912/028). Any variation or departure from the approved
         plans will require the prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.       The applicant is reminded that the conditions imposed at appeal are still valid. Condition 3 is still
         outstanding.

     The applicant should also note condition 5 relating to the use of the building (B1(c)).
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Item No.                           050

PROPOSAL:                         TWO STOREY SIDE EXTENSION

LOCATION:                         29 Briar Close, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8 9ED

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36362/FUL/SM                        PARISH:         Horndean

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs Scott

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    02/05/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
         texture those of the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
         existing developments.

4.       (D11) Notwithstanding the provisions of Part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country
         Planning (General Permitted Development) Order, 1995 (or any Order revoking and re-enacting
         that Order) no window(s) or door(s) shall at any time be inserted in the south elevation of the
         extension hereby permitted without the prior written consent of the Planning Authority.
         Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential property.

5.       (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied a minimum of 3 car parking spaces shall
     be provided within the curtilage of the site and thereafter maintained and kept available for the
     parking of vehicles.
      Reason To ensure adequate car parking provision within the site in accordance with the adopted
      standards of the Planning Authority.
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Item No.                           051

PROPOSAL:                         TWO STOREY SIDE EXTENSION

LOCATION:                         29 Durrants Road, Rowland's Castle, Hampshire, PO9 6BE

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36284/FUL/SM                        PARISH:         Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:                         Mr H and Mrs R Garland

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    30/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E1) Before development commences samples of all external facing and roofing materials
         shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority.
         Reason To ensure that the materials used in the construction of the approved development
         harmonise with the surroundings.

4.       (D11) Notwithstanding the provisions of Part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country
         Planning (General Permitted Development) Order, 1995 (or any Order revoking and re-enacting
         that Order) no additional window(s) or door(s) shall at any time be inserted in the north elevation
         of the extension hereby permitted without the prior written consent of the Planning Authority.
         Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential property.

5.       (H54M) Adequate provision shall be made within the site to enable vehicles using the site to
         enter and leave in a forward gear.
         Reason In the interests of highway safety.

6.       (H54O) The access shall be splayed back at an angle of 45 degrees.
      Reason In the interests of highway safety.
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Item No.                           052

PROPOSAL:                         SINGLE - STOREY SIDE EXTENSION AND CONSERVATORY TO REAR
                                  (AS AMENDED 11/5/01)

LOCATION:                         1 Nine Acres, Steep Marsh, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU322BW

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36354/FUL/SM                        PARISH:         Steep

APPLICANT:                         Mrs Spurdle

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    30/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
         texture those of the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
         existing developments.

4.       (D11) Notwithstanding the provisions of Part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country
     Planning (General Permitted Development) Order, 1995 (or any Order revoking and re-enacting
     that Order) no window(s) or door(s) shall at any time be inserted in the north east elevation of
     the single storey side extension hereby permitted without the prior written consent of the
     Planning Authority.
      Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential property.
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Item No.                           053

PROPOSAL:                         SINGLE STOREY EXTENSION TO SWIMMING POOL TO PROVIDE
                                  LEARNING POOL

LOCATION:                         Bedales School, Church Road, Steep, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU322DG

REFERENCE NO.                      F.20100/049/FUL/SM                        PARISH:           Steep

APPLICANT:                         Bedales School

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    27/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E2) Before development commences on site details of all external facing and roofing
      materials shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority.
      Reason To ensure that the materials used in the construction of the development harmonise
      with its surroundings.
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Item No.                           054

PROPOSAL:                         NEW VEHICULAR ACCESS

LOCATION:                         Stone Quarry House, Hewshott Lane, Liphook, Hampshire, GU307SX

REFERENCE NO.                      F.34781/001/FUL/MS                        PARISH:           Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mr B North & Ms T Lewis

CASE OFFICER:                      Matthew Shellum               DATE REGISTERED:                    25/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.



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2.       (UNQ1) A hedge of Holly and Hazel shall be planted across the old access on completion of
         works to the new access and shall be maintained for a minimum of five years following
         completion to ensure its successful establishment. Any plants which die or become, in the
         opinion of the Planning Authority, seriously damaged or defective within this period shall be
         replaced as soon as is reasonably possible.
         Reason To ensure an appropriate standard of visual amenity in the area.

3.       (H473) The existing access from the site shall be permanently stopped up and effectively closed
         with the footway reinstated. (In accordance with details approved by the Planning Authority
         under condition 2 above).
         Reason In the interests of highway safety.

4.       (H54D) Before any other operations are commenced the access, including the footway and/or
         verge crossing and the piping of any ditch, shall be constructed and lines of sight of 2 metres by
         maximum obtainable metres provided and maintained at all times.
         Reason To provide satisfactory access.

5.       (H54D) The gradient of the drive shall not exceed 5% within 4.5 metres of the edge of the
         carriageway of the adjoining highway.
         Reason In the interests of highway safety.

6.       (H54K) Adequate space shall be provided within the site, for the loading, unloading and parking
         of vehicles to the satisfaction of the Planning Authority.
         Reason In the interests of highway safety.

7.       (H54M) Adequate provision shall be made within the site to enable vehicles using the site to
         enter and leave in a forward gear.
         Reason In the interests of highway safety.

8.       (H54N) Any gates provided shall be set back a distance of 4.5m from the edge of the
         carriageway of the adjoining highway.
         Reason In the interests of highway safety.

9.       (H54O) The access shall be splayed back at an angle of 45 degrees.
      Reason In the interests of highway safety.
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Item No.                           055

PROPOSAL:                         RETENTION OF THREE STABLES

LOCATION:                         Quarry Farm, Empshott Green, Empshott, Liss, Hampshire, GU336HU

REFERENCE NO.                      F.31511/005/FUL/CL                        PARISH:           Hawkley

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs E Grenville Hill

CASE OFFICER:                      Chris Lyons             DATE REGISTERED:                    20/02/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:




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1.       (UNQ1) The stables hereby permitted shall only be used in conjunction with the livery operating
         from the site, known as Quarry Farm, or for the keeping of the occupant's of Quarry Farmhouse's
         horses for personal use and for no other purposes, equestrian or otherwise.
         Reason To retain control over this structure and in the interests of highway safety.

2.       (UNQ2) If at any time, the structure hereby permitted ceases to be required for the purposes
     required under the above condition, the structure shall be dismantled and removed from the site
     within 28 days of the use ceasing.
      Reason In the interests of the visual amenity of the area which is designated as an Area of
      Outstanding Natural Beauty, and to retain control over the use of the site where the structure is
      permitted to facilitate an acceptable business but where its conversion to other uses is likely to
      be unacceptable.
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Item No.                           056

PROPOSAL:                         TWO STOREY DETACHED DWELLING AFTER DEMOLITION OF
                                  EXISTING

LOCATION:                         Passfield Bridge Farm, Riverside Close, Passfield, Liphook,

REFERENCE NO.                      F.27953/014/FUL/CL                        PARISH:           Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mr J Krawczyk

CASE OFFICER:                      Chris Lyons             DATE REGISTERED:                    25/04/2001

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REFUSED for the following reasons:

1.       (R1L) The proposal would result in an undesirable intensification of the existing scattered or
         loose knit form of development in this rural area, for which no over-riding need has been shown
         or exception made, to the detriment of the locality contrary to the Countryside Policies of the
         Hampshire County Structure Plan (particularly Policies H1, H6, H10) and the General Strategy,
         Environment and Housing Policies of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review
         (particularly Policies GS1, GS2, GS3, GS5, H12, and H15).

2.       (R2F) The proposal by virtue of its mass, proportion, and design is out of keeping with the
         character of the area and would be unharmonious to the form of development nearby. As such,
         the proposal constitutes an unacceptable intrusion of development into the countryside to the
         detriment of the character of this Area of Special Landscape Quality contrary to Policies C1 and
         C2 of the Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) and the General Strategy and
         Environment Policies of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review (particularly
         Policies GS5, ENV2 and ENV6).

3.       (R3A) The proposal involves the erection of a dwelling in the Countryside beyond any area
         identified in the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review for further development for
         which no overriding justification has been made on grounds of agricultural need; the proposal
         would therefore be contrary to the Policies outlined in the above reasons.




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4.       (R10A) The application site lies adjacent to a designated Conservation Area and in the opinion
      of the Planning Authority the proposal would detract from the character thereof by reason of the
      prominent position of the site which is visible from the Conservation Area and would be contrary
      to Policies E6, C1, and C2 of the Hampshire County Structure Plan and policies GS5 and ENV19
      of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.
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Item No.                           057

PROPOSAL:                         TWO STOREY EXTENSION TO REAR, SINGLE STOREY SIDE
                                  EXTENSION, CONVERSION OF LOFT TO INCLUDE VELUX WINDOW AND
                                  DORMER TO THE REAR (AMENDED DESCRIPTION)

LOCATION:                         33 Inmans Lane, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU322AN

REFERENCE NO.                      F.21372/002/FUL/SM                        PARISH:           Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs Humphrey

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    26/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
         texture those of the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
         existing developments.

4.       (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied a minimum of 3 car parking spaces
         shall be provided within the curtilage of the site and thereafter maintained and kept available for
         the parking of vehicles.
         Reason To ensure adequate car parking provision within the site in accordance with the adopted
         standards of the Planning Authority.

5.       (D11) Notwithstanding the provisions of Part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country
     Planning (General Permitted Development) Order, 1995 (or any Order revoking and re-enacting
     that Order) no window(s) or door(s) shall at any time be inserted in the north or south elevation
     of the extension hereby permitted without the prior written consent of the Planning Authority.
      Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential properties.
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Item No.                           058

PROPOSAL:                         REAR CONSERVATORY, GARAGE AND CANOPY AND ROOF
                                  CONVERSION TO INCLUDE 2 DORMER WINDOWS

LOCATION:                         89 The Causeway, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU314LJ

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36327/FUL/JH                        PARISH:         Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs Dredge

CASE OFFICER:                      Jeremy Heppell                DATE REGISTERED:                    01/05/2001

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REFUSED for the following reasons:

1.       (R5G) The proposal represents the unacceptable enlargement of this dwelling to the detriment
         of the character and appearance of the street scene and the amenities of adjoining residents
         contrary to General Strategy Policy GS5 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

2.       (R12Q) From the information available it cannot be shown that the development can be
      accommodated in a manner that would not cause increased danger and inconvenience to
      highway users. The proposal is therefore contrary to Policy GS5 of the East Hampshire District
      Local Plan: First Review.
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Item No.                           059

PROPOSAL:                         PITCHED ROOF FIRST FLOOR EXTENSION TO NORTH ELEVATION,
                                  ALTERATIONS TO EAST ELEVATION AND REMOVAL OF CHIMNEY
                                  STRUCTURE (AS AMENDED BY PLAN RECEIVED 30/5/2001)

LOCATION:                         Lower Bordean Farm House, Bordean, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU321ER

REFERENCE NO.                      F.25900/006/FUL/NP                        PARISH:           Langrish

APPLICANT:                          Mr and Mrs S Hard

CASE OFFICER:                      Nicky Powis             DATE REGISTERED:                    26/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
         texture those of the original dwelling.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
         existing developments.



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3.       (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied a minimum of 3 car parking spaces
     shall be provided within the curtilage of the site and thereafter maintained and kept available for
     the parking of vehicles.
      Reason To ensure adequate car parking provision within the site in accordance with the adopted
      standards of the Planning Authority.
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Item No.                           060

PROPOSAL:                         PITCHED ROOFED FIRST FLOOR EXTENSION, REMOVAL OF CHIMNEY
                                  STRUCTURE, PROVISION OF NEW CHIMNEY STRUCTURE,
                                  MODIFICATION OF EXISTING WINDOWS AND ORANGERY TO EAST
                                  ELEVATION (AS AMENDED BY PLAN RECEIVED 30/5/2001)

LOCATION:                         Lower Bordean Farm House, Bordean, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU321ER

REFERENCE NO.                      F.25900/007/LBC/NP                        PARISH:           Langrish

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs S Hard

CASE OFFICER:                      Nicky Powis             DATE REGISTERED:                    26/04/2001

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CONSENT subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST6) The works hereby consented to shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 18(1) of the Planning (Listed Buildings and
         Conservation Areas) Act 1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (UNQ1) All guttering and downpipes are to be of cast iron, painted black.
         Reason To preserve and enhance the character of this Listed Building.

4.       (UNQ2) Before any work is undertaken in pursuance of this consent to demolish any part of the
         building, such steps shall be taken and such works shall be carried out as shall, during the
         course of the works permitted by this consent, secure the safety and stability of the remainder of
         the building.
         Reason To safeguard the special architectural and historic interest of the building.

5.       (UNQ3) All new works and works of making good to the retained fabric, whether internal or
         external, shall be finished to match the adjacent work with regard to the methods used and to
         material, colour, texture and profile.
         Reason To safeguard the architectural and historic character of the Grade II Listed Building.




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6.       (UNQ4) Before the extension hereby approved commences, typical joinery details of the new
         windows and external doors at a scale of 1:20 elevations and 1:5 sections, shall be submitted to
         and approved in writing by the Planning Authority, before the relevant part of the work is begun.
         Reason In order to safeguard the special architectural and historic interest of the building.

7.       (UNQ5) All external joinery shall be of painted timber.
         Reason To safeguard the special architectural and historic character of the Grade II Listed
         Building.

8.       (UNQ6) Samples of the plain clay tiles to be used for roofing the extensions shall be submitted
         to and approved by the Planning Authority before the work is begun.
         Reason To safeguard the architectural and historic character of this Grade II Listed Building.

9.       (UNQ7) Before the works commence, details of the decorative finish to the render shall be
         submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority.
         Reason To safeguard the architectural and historic character of this Grade II Listed Building.

10.      (UNQ8) Before development commences details of the brick arches to the new windows, the
         brick string course and brick eaves cornice shall be submitted and approved in writing by the
         Planning Authority.
         Reason: To safeguard the architectural and historic character of this Grade II Listed Building.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.   You are advised that it is an offence to carry out works that do not fully comply with the
     conditions set out above. If found guilty you could be liable on summary conviction to a fine of up
     to £20,000, six months imprisonment, or both.
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Item No.                           061

PROPOSAL:                         SINGLE STOREY REAR EXTENSION AFTER DEMOLITION OF
                                  OUTBUILDING

LOCATION:                         8 The Spain, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU323LA

REFERENCE NO.                      F.29747/005/FUL/CL                        PARISH:           Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs Catton

CASE OFFICER:                      Chris Lyons             DATE REGISTERED:                    24/04/2001

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REFUSED for the following reasons:

1.       (R11B) The proposed development would detract from the integrity and character of this
         statutory Listed Building through the erection of a structure which is out of keeping with the scale,
         massing, and proportion of the existing buildings and would be contrary to policy E16 of the
         Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) and the General Strategy (GS5) and
         Environment Policies (ENV15 - ENV19) of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.




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2.       (R10B) The application site lies within a designated Conservation Area and in the opinion of the
      Planning Authority the proposal would not enhance the appearance thereof because of the scale,
      massing, and proportion of the proposed development which does not reflect the character of the
      Conservation Area and would be contrary to policy E16 of the Hampshire County Structure Plan
      and the General Strategy (GS5) and Environment Policies (ENV15 - ENV19) of the East
      Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.
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Item No.                           062

PROPOSAL:                         SINGLE - STOREY EXTENSION TO FRONT TO PROVIDE PORCH (AS
                                  AMENDED BY PLANS RECEIVED 18 JUNE 2001)

LOCATION:                         2 Nine Acres, Steep Marsh, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU322BW

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36355/FUL/SM                        PARISH:         Steep

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs Holland

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    30/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
         texture those of the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
         existing developments.

4.       (D11) Notwithstanding the provisions of Part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country
     Planning (General Permitted Development) Order, 1995 (or any Order revoking and re-enacting
     that Order) no window(s) or door(s) shall at any time be inserted in the western elevation of the
     extension hereby permitted without the prior written consent of the Planning Authority.
      Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential property.
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Item No.                           063

PROPOSAL:                         RETENTION OF SINGLE-STOREY REAR EXTENSION

LOCATION:                         44 Castle Road, Rowland's Castle, Hampshire, PO9 6AS

REFERENCE NO.                      F.33904/002/FUL/SM                        PARISH:           Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:                         Mr L Adams

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    24/04/2001

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.       (ST5) The development hereby permitted shall be begun within five years from the date of this
         permission.
         Reason To comply with the provision of Section 91(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act,
         1990.

2.       (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with the approved
         plans and specifications. Any variation or departure from the approved plans will require the
         prior approval of the Planning Authority before works commence.
         Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily undertaken in the
         interests of the amenity of the area.

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
         texture those of the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
         existing developments.

4.       (D11) Notwithstanding the provisions of Part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country
         Planning (General Permitted Development) Order, 1995 (or any Order revoking and re-enacting
         that Order) no additional windows or doors shall at any time be inserted in the east or west side
         elevations or the east, west or north elevations of the roof structure of the extension hereby
         permitted without the prior written consent of the Planning Authority.
         Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential properties.

5.       (UNQ1) There shall be no insertion/insertions in the roofspace.
         Reason In the amenities of the neighbouring properties.

6.       (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied a minimum of 2 car parking spaces
         shall be provided within the curtilage of the site and thereafter maintained and kept available for
         the parking of vehicles.
         Reason To ensure adequate car parking provision within the site in accordance with the adopted
         standards of the Planning Authority.

7.       (H54M) Adequate provision shall be made within the site to enable vehicles using the site to
         enter and leave in a forward gear.
         Reason In the interests of highway safety.




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Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.   The applicant is advised that any breach of the conditions set out above is a serious matter and
     may necessitate further action.
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                                         EAST HAMPSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL

                                              SOUTH PLANNING COMMITTEE

                                  DECISIONS MADE UNDER DELEGATED POWERS

                                              MATTERS RELATING TO TREES

                                                                                                                               D.77/2001
                                                                                                                             5 July 2001
SECTION V


Item No.                           001

PROPOSAL:                         FELL SYCAMORE

LOCATION:                         The Chapel, High Street, East Meon, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU321PU

REFERENCE NO.                      F.29772/002/CAT/SG                        PARISH:           East Meon

APPLICANT:                         Dr. H. Keohane

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    25/04/2001

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NO OBJECTION raised to the felling of 1 Sycamore adjacent to the eastern boundary at The Chapel,
High Street, East Meon.
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Item No.                           002

PROPOSAL:                         CUT BACK HAZEL COPPICE, PRUNE TWO WALNUT TREES, CROWN
                                  LIFT BEECH TREE

LOCATION:                         Fairfax House (formerly The Rectory), Portsmouth Road, Liphook, Hampshire,
                                  GU30

REFERENCE NO.                      F.34965/006/CAT/SG                        PARISH:           Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Honey Brothers Ltd

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    25/04/2001

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NO OBJECTION raised to the removal of the lowest limb on the southern side of the canopy on one
Beech to the north of the driveway entrance and to the pruning back to the edge of the driveway up to a
height of 4.5 metres all other trees to the north of the driveway. Also no objection to the removal of the
two lowest branches extending into the site and the reduction and reshaping of the remainder of the
canopy on one Walnut in the north west corner. All at Fairfax House, Portsmouth Road, Liphook.
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Item No.                           003

PROPOSAL:                         TO FELL A WALNUT TREE AND A CHERRY TREE

LOCATION:                         21 Village Street, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU322AH

REFERENCE NO.                      F.36319/CAT/SG                        PARISH:         Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mrs J Flatt

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    18/04/2001

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NO OBJECTION raised to the felling of one Cherry and one Walnut in the garden to the east of 21
Village Street, Petersfield.
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Item No.                           004

PROPOSAL:                         PRUNE ONE TREE

LOCATION:                         Chiltlee Manor, Chiltlee Manor Estate, Liphook, Hampshire, GU30

REFERENCE NO.                      F.21549/023/CAT/SG                        PARISH:           Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mr P Marriott

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    18/04/2001

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NO OBJECTION raised to the crown lifting to 2 metres (without removing any branch with a basal
diameter greater than 25mm) one Mulberry at the rear of Chiltlee Manor, Chiltlee Manor Estate, Liphook.
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Item No.                           005

PROPOSAL:                         PRUNE ONE CROOKED WILLOW

LOCATION:                         10 The Green, Rowland's Castle, Hampshire, PO9 6BN

REFERENCE NO.                      F.26465/004/CAT/SG                        PARISH:           Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:                         Mr Bullard

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    09/04/2001

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NO OBJECTION raised to the crown reduction by 50% of one Tortured Willow in the rear garden of 10
The Green, Rowlands Castle.
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Item No.                           006

PROPOSAL:                         FELL ONE YEW AND TWO OAKS, PRUNE FOUR OAKS

LOCATION:                         96 Redhill Road, Rowland's Castle, Hampshire, PO9 6DF

REFERENCE NO.                      F.33597/003/TPO/SG                        PARISH:           Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:                         Mr Lee

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    05/04/2001

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CONSENT granted to fell 1 Yew and 1 Oak, to remove the eastern stem from the most southerly Oak
and reduce the outer canopy of the remaining trees by 10%. All at the rear of 96 Redhill Road,
Rowlands Castle subject to the following conditions:

1.       (W1) All works shall be carried out within one year of the date of this consent to the satisfaction
         of the District Council's Arboricultural Officer. The contractor (or other person) carrying out the
         work shall contact the Arboricultural Officer before starting work and meet him on site if so
         required.

2.       (W2) All works shall be carried out in accordance with BS.3998 (1989). (However, painting of
         cuts with tree sealant shall be discretionary).

3.       (W3) The use of climbing irons (spikes) to enter or move around the tree canopy is strictly
         prohibited.

4.       (REP1) Within 9 months of the date of felling, a replacement tree is planted in a position 9.5
      metres from the northern boundary and 3 metres from the western boundary. The tree should be
      a Betula pendula (Silver Birch) with a girth at breast height of 10 - 12 cms. It should also
      conform to BS3936: Part 1: 1992.
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Item No.                           007

PROPOSAL:                         RESHAPING AND CROWN REDUCTION OF COPPER BEECH

LOCATION:                         21 Greenfield Close, Liphook, Hampshire, GU307QF

REFERENCE NO.                      F.31945/001/TPO/SG                        PARISH:           Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mr P Lovewell

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    05/04/2001

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CONSENT granted to crown reduce and reshape by 30% 1 Copper Beech at the front of 21 Greenfields
Close, Liphook subject to the following conditions:




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1.       (W1) All works shall be carried out within one year of the date of this consent to the satisfaction
         of the District Council's Arboricultural Officer. The contractor (or other person) carrying out the
         work shall contact the Arboricultural Officer before starting work and meet him on site if so
         required.

2.       (W2) All works shall be carried out in accordance with BS.3998 (1989). (However, painting of
         cuts with tree sealant shall be discretionary).

3.       (W3) The use of climbing irons (spikes) to enter or move around the tree canopy is strictly
      prohibited.
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Item No.                           008

PROPOSAL:                         PRUNING OF AN OAK AND A SYCAMORE TREE

LOCATION:                         The Grange, The Causeway, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31

REFERENCE NO.                      F.20475/030/TPO/SG                        PARISH:           Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Kier Regional Site Office

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    23/04/2001

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CONSENT granted to crown lift to 5 metres and crown thin by 20% 1 Oak and 1 Sycamore on land to
the east of The Grange, The Causeway, Petersfield subject to the following conditions:

1.       (W1) All works shall be carried out within one year of the date of this consent to the satisfaction
         of the District Council's Arboricultural Officer. The contractor (or other person) carrying out the
         work shall contact the Arboricultural Officer before starting work and meet him on site if so
         required.

2.       (W2) All works shall be carried out in accordance with BS.3998 (1989). (However, painting of
         cuts with tree sealant shall be discretionary).

3.       (W3) The use of climbing irons (spikes) to enter or move around the tree canopy is strictly
      prohibited.
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Item No.                           009

PROPOSAL:                         30% CROWN THINNING AND REMOVAL OF LOWEST LIMBS OF A
                                  BEECH TREE

LOCATION:                         Radford Park, Malthouse Meadows, Liphook, Hampshire, GU30

REFERENCE NO.                      F.22570/006/CAT/SG                        PARISH:           Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mrs H Lucas

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    01/05/2001

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NO OBJECTION raised to the 30% crown thinning, removal of the two lowest limbs over the garden and
two other branches extending south off the third limb up. All on one Beech tree in Radford Park adjacent
to the north west boundary of 28 Locke Road, Liphook.
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                           EAST HAMPSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL

                SOUTH & NORTH PLANNING COMMITTEES 5 & 19 July 2001

                    REPORT OF THE PLANNING CONTROL MANAGER
                                                                                          D.77/2001
                                                                                        5 July 2001
SECTION VI – INFORMATION ON APPEALS

(A)     APPEALS LODGED

        South

        1)   F.23996/009/FUL/JR – First floor extension to provide bedroom over garage, 6
             Millbrook Close, LISS – Mr and Mrs K Eccott (Written Representations)

        2)   F.29749/008/FUL – Change of use from agricultural land to the parking of five touring
             caravans, Old Barn Farm, Hewshott Lane, LIPHOOK – Mr M E Gilbert (Written
             Representations)

        3)   F.34995/003/FUL/SM – Two air conditioning condenser units to rear, 22-24 Station
             Road, LIPHOOK – Wedderburn Ltd (Written Representations)

        4)   F.26563/007/FUL – Construction of boundary wall and gates (retrospective), 35 Links
             Lane, ROWLANDS CASTLE – Mr and Mrs G D K Roberts (Written Representations)

        North

        1)   F.23830/001/FUL/KO – Removal of condition 2 of F.23830 (restricting use of dwelling
             to agricultural occupancy), Larchwood, Brightstone Lane, FARRINGDON – B Wolfe &
             Sons – (Hearing)

        2)   F.22378/003/FUL/RH – First floor extension to front with dormers, extension of roof
             over front and ground floor, Aldix Copse, Blacknest Road, Isington, Alton (BINSTED
             PARISH) – (Written Representations)

(B)     APPEALS DISMISSED

        South

        1)   F.35815/OUT/JM – Outline – Agricultural workers bungalow, Burgh Hill Farm, Burgh
             Hill, Bramshott, LIPHOOK – Mr and Mrs W C Matthews (Hearing)

             The Inspector considered the main issues to be whether the principle of a bungalow on
             the proposed site would be in harmful conflict with the prevailing policies to safeguard
             the character and appearance of the countryside and the River Wey Conservation
             Area; whether the proposed agricultural enterprise justifies on-site accommodation,
             and the effect of the proposal on highway safety.




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     Effects on the Countryside and Conservation Area

     There is a strong local and national policy bias against any new residential
     development in the open countryside unless a rural location is essential for a relevant
     activity.

     The proposal would be in harmful conflict with the prevailing policies to safeguard the
     countryside and would not preserve the character and appearance of the River Wey
     Conservation Area as required by Local Plan Policy ENV19 and in general terms
     PPG15.

     Agricultural Justification for the Proposed Dwelling

     Paragraph I10 of PPG7 also requires any agricultural activity to pass a financial test if a
     permanent dwelling is to be justified.

     Taking the functional and financial tests together the Inspector considered in this case
     the agricultural enterprise would not justify a permanent dwelling on the site. The
     Inspector took into account the need for on-site security, especially in relation to the
     recent destruction of chickens by foxes and the fact that this could happen again.

     On this issue, the Inspector concluded that the appeal scheme would not be in
     accordance with either Structure Plan Policies C2 and H10 and Local Plan Policy GS2
     that relate to essential need, or the advice in PPG7 in respect of a permanent
     agricultural dwelling. Accordingly, the Inspector found that there is no agricultural
     justification to set against the conflict with policies for the protection of the countryside
     and the Conservation Area.

     Effect on Highway Safety

     The local Highway Authority considered the appeal proposal would give rise to
     increased vehicular movements on the access track and accordingly there would be
     more turning movements at the junction with Burgh Hill Road where there is
     inadequate visibility. The introduction of a new dwelling and the consequential range of
     activities envisaged for the site would increase vehicular activity.

     On this issue the Inspector concluded that the proposal would be prejudicial to highway
     safety in harmful conflict with Local Plan Policy GS5.

2)   F.23029/012/EBOC – Erection of fence, 12 Lavant Street, PETERSFIELD – Mr and
     Mrs E Morgan (Written Representations)

     An appeal was lodged against the service of an enforcement notice to seek the
     removal of an unauthorised fence at first floor level. The appeal was made on the
     following grounds:

     (a) That Planning Permission should be granted for what is alleged in the notice.




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     Ground (a)

     The Inspector considered that the main issue is the impact of the fence on, firstly, the
     appearance and character of this area, and, secondly, on the amenity of occupiers of
     the adjoining residential premises. He considered the overriding consequence of this
     fencing is that, because it has been erected virtually on the boundary and at first floor
     level, it has an oppressive and overpowering effect on No 14 and therefore, has an
     unacceptably harmful effect upon the amenity of that adjoining property.

     He also stated that one does not expect to see panel fences of this kind at first floor
     level and it does look incongruous. The fencing makes views from the car park even
     more unattractive. In that way, the fencing does not preserve the appearance of this
     Conservation Area. Therefore he concluded that, this fencing has had unacceptable
     effects in terms of the environment, and that, planning permission should not be
     granted.

3)   F.22861/004/FUL/JM – Detached dwelling, Eastcourt, Hill Brow Road, LISS – Mr D R
     Yellop (Written Representations)

     The Inspector considered that there are two main issues in this case. The first issue, is
     whether the proposal would cause unacceptable harm to the character and
     appearance of the surrounding area, and the second, is whether it would cause
     unacceptable harm to the living conditions of existing residents, or future occupiers of
     the proposed dwelling, with particular reference to privacy.

     The Inspector found that the overall impression of the western side of Hill Brow Road,
     from south of the appeal site for a considerable distance to the north, is of an unbroken
     rural landscape and did not consider that the appeal site can be described as being
     part of a continuously built-up frontage, which is a requirement of the first criterion of
     Local Plan Policy GS3c.

     He continued that the spacious and well-landscaped gaps between dwellings on the
     western side of Hill Brow Road make a significant contribution to their semi-rural
     character and appearance, which enhances the quality of the local environment. He
     felt that such a feature is worthy of protection and that the urbanising effect of the
     erection of the proposed dwelling in one of the gaps, would effectively result in its loss,
     contrary to the objectives of the fourth criterion of Local Plan Policy GS3c.

     While he accepted that the proposed dwelling would be set well back and down on the
     site, and the plot would not be dissimilar in size to some others in the locality, he
     concluded that the dwelling would be partly visible from Hill Brow Road and would
     clearly be perceived as a new addition of built development within an existing gap.

     The above considerations indicate that the proposal would also have an adverse effect
     on the natural beauty of the AONB.

     Regarding the effect of the proposal on privacy the Inspector found that the only
     affected land use would be the appellant’s property which comprises a substantial
     single storey dwelling and garden to the south and west of the appeal site.

     He was satisfied, however, that there would be ample opportunity to ensure that there
     would be no loss of mutual privacy and concluded that the appeal proposal would not
     cause unacceptable harm to the living conditions of existing residents, or future
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4)   F.20783/008/FUL – Removal of condition 3 of F.20783/005 (demolition of existing
     dwelling), Rose Cottage, Longmoor Road, LIPHOOK – Mr A Bray (Written
     Representations)

     The Inspector considered the first main issue to be whether the building lies within a
     settlement or within open countryside. The second issue was whether, in light of
     conclusions on the first issue, the balance of considerations put forward favours the
     removal of the condition requiring its demolition.

     The Inspector considered the application site and its location, firstly, discussing the
     immediate characteristics of the area (a small group of dwellings), and then looking at
     the wider context including Griggs Green. The Inspector concluded that the small
     group of buildings of which the appeal site is part is well outside the draft boundary of
     the Griggs Green policy area. He considered that the site was also further from
     Liphook. The Inspector was satisfied that it is appropriate to consider countryside
     policies in determining this appeal.

     Moving to the second issue the Inspector suggested that it might well have been logical
     to retain Rose Cottage if it had been within a settlement. However, he noted that the
     fundamental policy thrust in an area such as this is one of restraint on new
     development in the countryside, and particularly on new residential development.
     Additionally, it is clear from PPG7 that the fact that a single house is unobtrusive is not
     in itself a good argument in its favour.

     The Inspector noted that Rose Cottage appears capable of satisfying Policy ENV13
     (re-use of rural buildings). However, he concluded that Policies ENV13 and H15 are
     mutually exclusive and it would undermine the objectives of rural area policy if
     proposals to generate a new replacement dwelling followed by a proposal to re-use the
     dwelling ostensibly replaced were found to be acceptable.

     Having considered other sites within the locality and the effect on the amenity of Rose
     Cottage, the Inspector concluded that the lifting of the condition in dispute would send
     out the wrong sort of signal. In sanctioning the consolidation of an isolated rural pocket
     of development, the Inspector concluded that it would be likely to be taken as a
     precedent and potentially lead to the further incremental erosion of the countryside in
     areas of strong development pressure.

North

1)   F.35879/001/TEL – 15 metre high lattice mast, antennae, equipment cabin and
     ancillary works, Hungry Copse, Will Hall Farm, Basingstoke Road, ALTON – Orange
     Personal Communications Services Limited (Written Representations)

     The Inspector considered the main issue in this appeal was the effect of the proposed
     installation on this area of ancient semi-natural woodland, designated as a Site of
     Importance for Nature Conservation (SINC) and the effect of the mast on the
     landscape, having regard to the relevant policies of the Development Plan, the
     provisions of PPG8 and the technical requirements of the telecommunications industry.

     The Inspector stated that there are a few hazel stools but no major trees within the
     area of the proposed compound. However, it is likely that lopping of neighbouring trees
     would be necessary in the vicinity of the mast. The floor of the woodland generally is
     substantially covered with a profusion of bluebell plants. During my visit there was little
     evidence of wildlife other than birds.



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     Neighbouring areas of woodland were littered with the remains of a pen closure, metal
     bird feeders, tins, old metal and rolls of chicken wire fencing. Substantial areas of the
     woodland were also littered with spent shotgun cartridges as well as parts of fallen,
     felled and rotting trees.

     He had no reason to question the need for improved radio coverage and call capacity
     to residential and commercial areas to the north and west of Alton. However, Hungry
     Copse is clearly a very prominent and important feature in the landscape in this area to
     the north west of Alton.

     The proposed installation would be well screened from the west by the lie of the land
     and the woodland. From the east and south all but the top of the mast and the
     antennae would be largely screened or backgrounded by trees and vegetation.

     The Inspector noted that there are no tall buildings or structures in the area where
     antennae could be mounted. While a site at Warren Farm has been considered, he
     found no evidence of a full or adequate survey of the area of evaluation of alternative
     sites or options which would demonstrate the justification of this proposal in such a
     sensitive area. He finds the proposal to be contrary to the relevant policies of the
     Development Plan.

2)   F.26905/006/CLU4 – Erection of Chalet bungalow, St Christopher’s, Hammer Lane,
     GRAYSHOTT – Mr M Schmeitzner (Inquiry)

     The Inspector considered the main issues to be whether the proposed dwelling would
     be in an inappropriate location bearing in mind the policies for the control of housing
     development in the countryside; whether the proposed dwelling would harm the
     character or appearance of the area or the intrinsic qualities of the ASLQ; and whether
     the proposed dwelling would set a precedent for development elsewhere which would,
     cumulatively, harm the objectives of policy for the location of new housing, or the
     character or appearance of the countryside.

     The keynote is conservation and enhancement. Hampshire County Structure Plan
     Policy H10 allows for replacement dwellings in some circumstances, but the intention is
     not to allow replacement which would require complete or substantial reconstruction.

     The Inspector is concerned with the location in principle. St Christopher’s is the last of
     a line of dwellings along Hammer Lane. However, the proposed dwelling would be
     sited between Fairacre and the existing double garage, set well back from the road
     behind dense roadside hedges, lawns and trees.

     In a small way it would contribute to the provision of sufficient housing within the district
     by making use of previously developed land which, since 1954, has never appeared as
     part of its forested surroundings.

     Issue 2 – Character, appearance and intrinsic qualities

     St Christopher’s is a large plot with a strong domestic character. It is surrounded by
     woodland on all sides except the south, and this boundary with Fairacre is marked by
     well established trees and shrubs. The site of the proposed house would be well
     screened from Hammer Lane behind the dense Beech hedges and trees. The existing
     points of access appear adequate for likely traffic movements to and from the minor
     road. There is more than sufficient space for parking and turning within the existing
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     Details of design and external appearance are reserved. Clearly a sensitive solution
     would be required to ensure that the attractive and well established character of St
     Christopher’s is retained.

     A modest house is proposed. A much larger one would tend to dominate its
     surroundings, would produce a more urban appearance, would be inconsistent with the
     spirit of statutory policies for the area.

     Issue 3 – Precedent

     The Inspector understands the Local Planning Authority’s concern to avoid a precedent
     for development elsewhere in the countryside outside established settlements and to
     prevent the subdivision of plots which might, taken together, harm the rural appearance
     of areas such as this. However, none of the examples referred to seem similar to St
     Christopher’s. Beech Copse is said to be one of the closet parallels, but this has the
     appearance of derelict or unused land. The subdivision of other plots along Hammer
     Lane would fall to be considered on their merits, including consistency with local
     policies and PPG3, but would all be likely to be individual in nature.

     Conclusion

     The proposed dwelling would not be contrary to the spirit of up to date policies for the
     distribution of new housing, nor to those promoting the conservation and enhancement
     of the countryside and the protection of the intrinsic qualities of the ASLQ.

3)   F.21846/009/FUL - Pitched roof detached double garage with studio, front boundary
     wall, fence, gates and revised vehicular access, Berkeley House, Beech Hill,
     HEADLEY – Mr and Mrs J Bullock (Written Representations)

     The Inspector considers that the main issue in this appeal is the impact of the proposal
     on the character and appearance of the semi-rural area in which Berkeley House is
     located.

     Berkeley House is the last dwelling in a line of modest bungalows which are sited so as
     to give a mainly uniform building line which is not broken by front extensions or
     garages. It is more prominent than the adjacent bungalows, due to its higher and
     larger roof profile. However, when viewed from Beech Hill all these dwellings, including
     Berkeley House, appear to be well integrated into the steeply sloping land to the east,
     which is topped by mature trees.

     Being planned in the front of the site, the garage building would be in a location, which
     is uncharacteristic of the remainder of the frontage development along the service
     road. The double garage would, in my judgement, be a dominant element in this semi-
     rural scene.

     The proposed front boundary wall would be constructed in brickwork, having brick piers
     supporting steel railings and gates. This would represent an inappropriate departure
     from the hedges and softer boundary treatments that characterise this semi-rural
     locality and would serve to further accentuate the scale form and bulk of the
     development proposed.

     The Inspector noted that space does already exist for a garage alongside the property
     and at the site inspection he observed that three vehicles were parked in the existing
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4)   F.35738/OUT/KO – Outline – residential development after demolition of existing
     buildings, SCATS Site, Inhams Road, Holybourne, ALTON – Central and Provincial
     Properties Ltd and SCATS Country Stores Plc (Written Representations)

     The Inspector considered the main issue in this case to be whether there are particular
     circumstances to justify the loss of an employment use from the site.

     The Inspector states that the site is located at the end of a short residential cul-de-sac
     reached via Lower Neatham Mill Lane from London Road which is of restricted width,
     and both parties agree that there is poor visibility at its junction with London Road.

     The Council says that they have no record of complaints or ongoing action in relation to
     the existing operation of the site. In the Inspector’s judgement the degree of nuisance,
     taking into account that the occupiers of only one property have raised this matter and
     the appellants state that articulated lorries serve the site only three times a week, does
     not cross the threshold of what could be considered as undue disturbance to the
     residential area.

     Although the appellants argue that the site could be used for an alternative, more
     intensive, retail use without the need for planning permission, including with longer
     opening hours, they also assert that such is unlikely to be viable due to operational
     problems and lack of prominence of the site. He therefore gave little weight to this
     possibility.

     The appellants suggest that the appearance of the site, including the external storage,
     is not entirely appropriate to the residential area. However, as they state, the premises
     are tidy and well maintained, and from that the Inspector does not consider that it is
     obtrusive to the extent that it detracts from the character of the surroundings. He
     concluded that the existing use does not meet the terms of Policy E12.

     The appellants drew attention to Government policy as set out in PPG3: Housing,
     which gives priority to the re-use of previously developed land in providing new
     housing. PPG3 urges Local Planning Authorities to review their allocations of land for
     employment and other uses and consider whether such land might be better used for
     housing or mixed use developments.

     The Inspector accepted that the appeal scheme would add to the supply of new
     housing in the district. However, Government policy in PPG3 also encourages mixed
     use patterns of development as being more sustainable, and he considered that the
     potential gain in housing in itself does not warrant the loss of employment land contrary
     to the adopted Local Plan. He therefore found that the proposal is not in accordance
     with the Development Plan and that the circumstances do not justify the significant loss
     of employment land that would result.

5)   F.26232/002/OUT/NP - Outline - 7 dwellings, PSP Plastics, Chase Road, LINDFORD -
     Tulip Land Company Ltd & Pimlimon Ltd (Written Representations)

     The application was submitted in outline with only the means of access to be
     determined at this stage.

     The Inspector considered the main issues in the appeal were the implications of the
     scheme upon, firstly, the Council’s policies which seek to retain existing industrial or
     commercial uses within the District. Secondly, highway safety, and thirdly, the living
     conditions of future occupants of the new dwellings.


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     Policies E10 and E12 are aimed at retaining existing industrial or commercial uses
     within the District but provide that where these uses cause undue disturbance to
     adjoining residential areas or detract from the character of their surroundings, planning
     permission will be given for the re-development of the sites to uses that are more
     appropriate to the nature and appearance of their surrounding area.

     The Inspector found that the appeal buildings are of a utilitarian appearance but as
     they are set back within the site and located at the end of Chase Lane she did not find
     them to be particularly prominent in the general street scene. She did not consider that
     the appearance of the current development and the nature of the stated use detract
     from the character or amenities of this mainly residential area.

     In the light of this and the information provided that sites of this nature are in short
     supply and the absence of any form of evidence which the Council had indicated it
     would expect to see before considering the loss of such a commercial site. She found
     that, on the basis of the representations relating to this issue, she concluded that the
     proposal would be contrary to the provisions and objectives of Policies E10 and E12.

     On highway grounds, having regard to the amount of traffic which is stated to use
     Chase Road and the number of vehicles and pedestrians likely to use the lane were
     the development permitted. She considered the physical characteristics of Chase Lane
     and its visibility at the junction with the public highway are so inadequate that the
     proposal would cause danger and inconvenience to other road users and pedestrians.

     On the issue of noise nuisance from the adjoining scrapyard, she saw no reason why
     the development of the appeal site could not be arranged in such a manner as to
     produce a comparable situation to the relevant part of the scheme approved at Lindford
     Chase and so, result in a standard of residential amenity for occupiers of the new
     properties which is consistent with those in the immediate locality. Accordingly, she
     found that this aspect of the proposal would not be contrary to Policy G5.

     On the grounds of the highways objections and the failure to address the issue of the
     loss of a commercial site, the appeal was dismissed.

6)   F.34654/002/FUL/KO – Two detached two storey dwellings with garaging, Land
     adjacent to Sycamore Cottages, UPPER WIELD – Anne Hudson (Written
     Representations)

     The Inspector considered the main issue on this case to be the effect of the proposal
     on the character and appearance of the area.

     He noted that the site is currently uncultivated with mature hedges to the road and to
     the opposite northern boundaries and fencing to the adjoining houses. The proposal
     was for two dwellings of similar, but handed, design sharing the existing access.

     While the site is only a short walk from The Green he felt it was clearly beyond the
     most built-up part of the village, and in his view, while the character of the village is that
     of a rural settlement, with a relatively close-knit pattern of houses, the appeal site has a
     predominantly rural context, being an open area largely surrounded by hedges and
     with a frontage of over 50m.

     He concluded that the development of two new dwellings in this location would alter the
     character of the area from that of countryside interspersed with the occasional house,
     into a continuous ribbon of built-up frontages extending for some distance beyond the
     core of the village.


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     Upper Wield is not a village listed in the Local Plan Policies relating to new
     development, has not been accorded a settlement boundary and Local Plan Policy
     GS3(c) applies. As the proposal was for two dwellings, while the Policy only allows for
     frontage infill development involving a single dwelling, the proposal would not meet the
     requirements of this Policy.

     He acknowledged that, given the mature hedge, the new dwellings might be
     unobtrusive but this did not alter the harm they would cause to the countryside.

7)   F.33456/002/FUL/KO – Three dwellings and garages with associated workshop/office
     units after demolition and clearance of existing scrap yard and bungalow (as amended
     by plans received 11/9/2000), Trenchard’s Scrapyard, Dovecote, Hawthorn Lane,
     FOUR MARKS – Quada (Hampshire) Ltd (Written Representations)

     The Inspector considered that the main issue to be determined in this appeal is the
     effect of the proposal on the character and appearance of its surroundings.

     He found that the site is located within an undulating landscape which is well wooded
     and is divided into a pattern of small fields by tall dense hedgerows, and that when
     walking or driving along Hawthorn Lane the observer is unaware of the site’s existence
     until immediately adjacent to its frontage. Although part of the site is visible from the
     elevated viewpoint of the Four Marks Golf Course, to the north, and from the western
     end of Willis Lane, even from these positions, the site is not a dominant feature but is
     perceived as a minor component of an extensive landscape. He therefore, considered
     that little weight should be given to the visual benefits that would arise from the
     cessation of this use.

     During his site inspection, intermittent engine and impact noise was discernible from
     the site. He acknowledged that this, together with the periodic movement of heavy
     goods vehicles to and from the scrapyard, must detract from the living conditions of
     several local residents. The effect of these factors has not, however, been sufficient to
     deter the development of several modern dwellings nearby on Hawthorn Lane in the
     period since the scrapyard began operation. For this reason he considered that the
     existing use does not cause unacceptable harm to residential amenity.

     The proposal is to construct three houses grouped around a central courtyard. Each of
     the houses would incorporate separate office (B1) accommodation for use by each of
     the occupiers. The appellant does not argue that the scheme is essential in the
     interests of agriculture, forestry, tourism or countryside recreation. The courtyard
     arrangement has, however, been chosen so that the form of the development would
     resemble that of a traditional smallholding or of a farmhouse with outbuildings of a type
     which is typical of the locality.

     The proposal would replace the present scrapyard with a dense concentration of
     substantial structures at a central point in the undeveloped frontage along the southern
     side of the lane. These would be much more prominent from close quarters than the
     existing scrapyard. An observer travelling along Hawthorn Lane would be in no doubt
     that urban development had encroached further into the countryside at this point.




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           He felt, therefore, that the scheme would give its surroundings a distinctly built-up
           aspect and would therefore not accord with Structure Plan Policy H5 or Local Plan
           Policy GS2 which emphasise that need to respect the character and appearance of a
           development’s surroundings. Because it would reduce the openness of the rural
           landscape at this point it could not be regarded as suitable for housing in terms of
           Structure Plan Policy H11 nor would it accord with Local Plan Policy ENV2. For that
           reason also, the scheme cannot be regarded as more appropriate to the nature and
           appearance of its surroundings than is the current land use. It would not, therefore,
           accord with Local Plan Policy E12.

           The Inspector’s attention was drawn to the advice of PPG3: “Housing” that priority
           should be given to the re-use of previously developed land such as the site at
           Hawthorn Lane. PPG7: “The Countryside” does, however, emphasise that the pattern
           of new development should be determined through the Development Plan process. It
           should be well related in scale and location to existing development. Expansion of
           villages should avoid creating a fragmented pattern of settlement. New house building
           in the open countryside, away from established settlements or from areas allocated for
           development, should be strictly controlled.

           Structure Plan Policy H5 requires, furthermore, that to be acceptable a new land use
           must be well served by existing or proposed public transport routes. The site is beyond
           reasonable walking distance from the hourly bus service along the A31 road which
           serves Four Marks. The proposed accommodation would incorporate “work/live”
           facilities and so provide the opportunity for some members of each household to
           eliminate work-related journeys. This would reduce, somewhat, the overall reliance of
           each household on the use of the private car. Unsustainable modes of transport
           would, however, still be required for non-work journeys.

           Finally, his attention was drawn to the grant of planning permission, on appeal in 1988,
           for the erection of four dwellings at a former scrapyard at Mole Farm, Medstead. He
           noted that in that appeal the Inspector considered that the proposed development
           would improve the appearance of the site over and above the prevailing situation. For
           the reasons given he was unable to reach such a conclusion in respect of the site at
           Hawthorn Lane.

           He concluded that the proposal does not accord with the relevant provisions of the
           Development Plan and is not outweighed by the other considerations referred to above.

(C)   APPEALS ALLOWED

      South

      1)   F.29749/007/FUL/CL – Change of use from agricultural land to the parking of five
           touring caravans, Land at Old Barn Farm, Hewshott Lane, LIPHOOK – Mr M E Gilbert
           (Written Representations)

           One main issue in this case, the effect of the proposed development on highway safety
           and the free flow of traffic in Hewshott Lane.

           Council’s objections to the proposed development are based on two distinct and
           separate highway safety considerations. First, concerns the access to the site and the
           visibility splays available at its junction with Hewshott Lane. Second, concerns the
           adequacy of the road to accommodate safely the additional traffic that the use of the
           appeal site as a facility for touring caravans would generate.



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                 The appellant has proposed an alternative access point further west in Hewshott Lane.
                 Council’s Highways Engineer states that the visibility splays to both sides are
                 considered acceptable and that the design for this access can be given support from a
                 Highway point of view provided that its use is restricted to a limited number of
                 caravans. This new access point would also have an advantage over the existing, in
                 that it shortens the travel distance from the A3 to the site, thereby reducing the
                 likelihood of vehicles meeting at a point of restricted width in the land. Also, separate
                 caravan traffic from any pedestrians using the public footpath that runs along the
                 existing access driveway, and any other vehicular traffic that needs to access the farm.

                 In the Inspector’s opinion, the use of Hewshott Lane to accommodate the limited
                 amount of traffic generated by a small caravan site would not have any significant
                 detrimental effect on the standards of highway safety that exist at present.

                 The Inspector considered that the continued use of this site, on the limited scale
                 proposed, and using a new access point as shown would not increase any existing
                 highway safety problems nor be detrimental to the present traffic flow situation in
                 Hewshott Lane. Neither would it result in a volume of traffic that would exceed the
                 capacity of the surrounding road network.

(D)        CONFIRMATION OF ARRANGEMENTS

           North

           1)    F.24957/004/FUL/NP – Formation of vehicular access, Tree Tops, Beech Hill Road,
                 HEADLEY – (Hearing)
                 Wednesday, 25 July, 2001 at the Rother Room, Penns Place, Petersfield.
                 Commencing at 10:00am

Note: Copies of the Inspector’s Appeal Decision Letters are available for inspection in the Member’s
room and will also be brought to the meeting.




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