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					                                 EAST HAMPSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL

                                     SOUTH PLANNING COMMITTEE

                           DECISIONS OF THE HEAD OF PLANNING CONTROL

                                     UNDER DELEGATED POWERS

                                                                                                PC.75/2003
                                                                                               1 April 2004
SECTION IV


 Item No.:           001

PROPOSAL:             FIRST FLOOR EXTENSION OVER GARAGE WITH DORMERS TO FORM
                      ADDITIONAL LIVING AREA, PORCH TO FRONT AND CONSERVATORY TO
                      SIDE AFTER DEMOLITION OF EXISTING (AMENDED SCHEME)

LOCATION:             5 Love Lane, Petersfield, GU314BU

REFERENCE NO: F.38312/001/FUL/PB                             PARISH: Petersfield

APPLICANT:           Ms Richardson & Mr B Young

CASE OFFICER:        Paul Bowman                             DATE REGISTERED: 15/12/2003



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            (E02) 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.

3            (D08) Occupation of the extension hereby permitted shall be restricted to
             use as additional accommodation in connection with the existing dwelling at the
             site from which it shall not be let, sold separately or severed.
             Reason The site is located in an area where a new dwelling would not normally
             be permitted.

4            (D13) The first floor dormer window in the east elevation of the extension hereby
             permitted shall be glazed with obscure glass. It shall be retained at all times and
             shall not at any time be replaced by clear glazing.
             Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential
             property




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5           (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 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.


Item No.:           002

PROPOSAL:           THIRTY FOUR HOUSES AND TWENTY ONE APPARTMENTS WITH
                    ASSOCIATED GARAGES AND PARKING (AMENDMENTS TO PLOTS ON
                    PERMISSION F35364/002) (AS AMENDED BY PLANS RECEIVED 15 AND 28
                    JANUARY 2004)

LOCATION:           Land to the north of Ramshill, Petersfield, Hampshire GU314AT

REFERENCE NO: F.35364/003/FUL/JP                           PARISH: Petersfield

APPLICANT:           Persimmon Homes

CASE OFFICER:       Jon Parsons                            DATE REGISTERED: 04/12/2003



REFUSED for the following reason:

1           (UNQ1) In the opinion of the Planning Authority, the proposal constitutes an
            unacceptable poorly designed development that fails to create places and
            spaces with the needs of people in mind, which are attractive, have their own
            distinctive identity but respect and enhance local character and promote designs
            and layouts that are safe and take account of public health, crime prevention
            and community safety considerations. Planning permission F35364/002 and the
            accompanying design statement followed these principles. Furthermore there
            are areas in front of garages which give scope for increased car parking
            provision for the site above that were provided under Planning Permission
            F35364/002 at an average of 1.5 spaces per unit. The proposal is contrary to
            Policies UB1 and UB3 of the Hampshire County Structure Plan and Policy GS5
            of the East Hampshire District Council.


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Item No.:           003

PROPOSAL:           RETENTION OF FLUE FROM WOOD BURNING STOVE

LOCATION:           Pruetts Farm, Stodham Lane, Liss, GU337QU

REFERENCE NO: F.20243/014/FUL/JP                          PARISH: Liss

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs J. Barratt

CASE OFFICER:       Jon Parsons                           DATE REGISTERED: 13/01/2004



PERMISSION subject to the following condition:

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.
            Reason To ensure that the development hereby authorised is satisfactorily
            undertaken in the interests of the amenity of the area.


Item No.:           004

PROPOSAL:           SINGLE STOREY SIDE EXTENSION

LOCATION:           3 Dellfield, Froxfield, Petersfield, GU321EH

REFERENCE NO: F.37388/001/FUL/JN                          PARISH: Froxfield

APPLICANT:          Mr Eldridge

CASE OFFICER:       Jan Nicholson                         DATE REGISTERED: 12/01/2004



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.




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3           (E01) 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.


Item No.:            005

PROPOSAL:            EXTERNAL THREE STOREY LIFT-SHAFT TO WEST ELEVATION

LOCATION:            Eastfield Nursing Home, Hill Brow Road, Hill Brow, Liss, GU337PS

REFERENCE NO: F.25551/015/FUL/PB                            PARISH: Liss

APPLICANT:           Mr D Greenwood

CASE OFFICER:        Paul Bowman                            DATE REGISTERED: 06/01/2004



REFUSED for the following reason:

1           (R05G) The proposal represents the unacceptable and unsympathetic addition
            to this nursing home by reason of its excessive ridge height, gable roof design,
            position and poorly detailed design in relation to the main building it represents
            an incongruous addition that detracts from and is to the detriment of the
            character this building contrary to General Strategy Policy GS5 of the East
            Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           You are advised to contact the case officer named on the covering letter to
            discuss the possibility of submitting an amended application. If you paid a fee
            for this application then you may be exempt from a further fee if you resubmit
            your application within one year.


Item No.:            006

PROPOSAL:            SINGLE STOREY REAR EXTENSION WITH RAISED ROOF HEIGHT TO
                     EXISTING GARAGE

LOCATION:            16 The Avenue, Liphook, GU307QD

REFERENCE NO: F.38718//FUL/JN                               PARISH: Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:           Mr R Brewster

CASE OFFICER:        Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 08/01/2004



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           (E03) 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.


Item No.:           007

PROPOSAL:            CONVERSION OF BARN TO THATCHED ROOFED DWELLING AND
                     ALTERATIONS AND EXTENSION

LOCATION:            Upper House Farm, Ramsdean, Petersfield, GU321RP

REFERENCE NO: F.37588/004/LBC/JP                           PARISH: Langrish

APPLICANT:          Mr J Murphy

CASE OFFICER:       Jon Parsons                            DATE REGISTERED: 22/12/2003



WITHDRAWN for the following reason:

1           (UNQ1) Agent wishes to withdraw application in order to negotiate an
            acceptable scheme.


Item No.:           008

PROPOSAL:            CONVERSION OF BARN TO DWELLING

LOCATION:            Upper House Farm, Ramsdean, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU321RP

REFERENCE NO: F.37588/005/FUL/JP                           PARISH: Langrish

APPLICANT:          Mr J Murphy

CASE OFFICER:       Jon Parsons                            DATE REGISTERED: 22/12/2003



WITHDRAWN for the following reason:



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1           (UNQ1) Agent wishes to withdraw application to negotiate an acceptable
            scheme.


Item No.:           009

PROPOSAL:            CONSERVATORY TO REAR

LOCATION:            1 Amberley Road, Clanfield, Waterlooville, PO8 0XY

REFERENCE NO: F.38738//FUL/JN                              PARISH: Clanfield

APPLICANT:          Mr & MrsR.J. Cooper

CASE OFFICER:       Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 14/01/2004



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           (E03) 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.


Item No.:           010

PROPOSAL:            DETACHED BUNGALOW

LOCATION:            Tintern, Hill Brow Road, Hill Brow, Liss, Hampshire GU337QA

REFERENCE NO: F.38391/001/FUL/PB                           PARISH: Liss

APPLICANT:          Mr G Craig-McFeely

CASE OFFICER:       Paul Bowman                            DATE REGISTERED: 14/11/2003



REFUSED for the following reasons:




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1           (R01I) The proposed development would result in an undesirable intensification
            of the existing pattern of development in this semi-rural area (which is
            designated AONB) detrimental to its present character, 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, Environment and Housing Policies of the East Hampshire District Local
            Plan: First Review (particularly Policies GS2, GS3, ENV1 & H3).

2           (R02R) No provision has been made for public open space within the proposal
            contrary to Policy RT3 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.


Item No.:            011

PROPOSAL:            PROVIDE PARKING SPACE. DEMOLISH AND REBUILD WALL

LOCATION:            11 Village Street, Petersfield, GU322AH

REFERENCE NO: F.31438/007/FUL/JN                            PARISH: Petersfield

APPLICANT:           Mr & Mrs A Shapiro

CASE OFFICER:        Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 05/12/2003



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           (H54D) Before any other operations are commenced the access shall be
            constructed provided and maintained at all times.
            Reason To provide satisfactory access.

4           (UNQ1) The retaining wall hereby permitted shall be constructed in materials to
            match those used on the adjacent retaining wall.
            Reason To ensure that a harmonious relationship is achieved between the new
            and existing.



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5           (UNQ2) The materials used for the surfacing of the lay-by hereby permitted shall
            be constructed in materials to match the existing brick drainage channel.
            Reason To ensure a harmonious relationship is achieved between the new and
            the existing.

6           (UNQ3) A hedge in species similar to the existing should be replanted and
            retained above the retaining wall hereby permitted.
            Reason To preserve the visual amenity of the area.


Item No.:           012

PROPOSAL:            DISPLAY OF VARIOUS SIGNS

LOCATION:            Red Lion, 2 Havant Road, Horndean, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8 0DT

REFERENCE NO: F.21861/021/LBC/JR                           PARISH: Horndean

APPLICANT:           Whitbread Restaurants

CASE OFFICER:       Joanne Riley                           DATE REGISTERED: 19/12/2003



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           (C36) 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.


Item No.:           013

PROPOSAL:            THREE BEDROOMED DWELLING (REVISED APPLICATION) (AMENDED
                     SITING AS PER PLANS RECEIVED 6 OCTOBER 2003)

LOCATION:            East, 1 Gloucester Close, Petersfield, GU323AX

REFERENCE NO: F.31391/003/FUL/PB                           PARISH: Petersfield

APPLICANT:           Imogen Ltd

CASE OFFICER:       Paul Bowman                            DATE REGISTERED: 21/07/2003



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   (E01) 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   (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 the visual character
    of the area.

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 other openings shall at
    any time be inserted in the first floor side elevations 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
    properties.

6   (L01) 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.

7   (L08) The landscaping scheme shall be implemented in the first planting
    season following the substantial completion of the building shell and thereafter
    maintained in accordance with the conditions of this permission.
    Reason In the interests of the visual amenity of the locality.




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8           (D13) The first floor rooflight window(s) serving the bathroom and bedroom 1 in
            the rear elevation of the dwelling hereby permitted shall be glazed with obscure
            glass and shall be constructed so as to have a minimum sill height of 1.6 metres
            above internal floor level. It shall be retained at all times and shall not at any
            time be replaced by clear glazing.
            Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential
            properties.

9           (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 the maximum obtainable shall be provided
            and maintained at all times.
            Reason To provide satisfactory access.

10          (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.

11          (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.

12          (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.

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

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           Please note that there is a Section 106 Agreement that applies to this
            permission.


Item No.:           014

PROPOSAL:            THREE DETACHED DWELLINGS AND DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE FOR
                     401 LONDON ROAD

LOCATION:            401 London Road, Clanfield, Waterlooville, Hampshire PO8 0PJ

REFERENCE NO: F.26425/008/FUL/JR                            PARISH: Clanfield

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs Giles

CASE OFFICER:       Joanne Riley                            DATE REGISTERED: 21/11/2003



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   (E01) 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   (E07) Before the development commences on site details of the proposed
    ground levels, ground floor slab levels and damp proof courses of the approved
    development in relation to existing ground levels and the boundaries of the site
    including plans and shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the
    Planning Authority.
    Reason To ensure that a satisfactory relationship results between the new
    development and adjacent buildings and public areas.

5   (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 the visual character
    of the area.

6   (D22) The garages 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.

7   (L01) 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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8           (L05) 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 a timetable to be first 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.

9           (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.

10          (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.

11          (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.

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

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           Please note that there is a Section 106 Agreement that applies to this
            permission.


Item No.:           015

PROPOSAL:            CONVERSION OF BARN TO ONE DWELLING AND DEMOLITION OF SAW
                     MILL

LOCATION:            The Cottage, Lower Bordean, Bordean, Petersfield, GU321ER

REFERENCE NO: F.33250/002/FUL/JH                            PARISH: Langrish

APPLICANT:          Ms J Sang

CASE OFFICER:       Jeremy Heppell                          DATE REGISTERED: 27/10/2003



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   (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 nor outbuilding erected except with the prior written consent of the
    Planning Authority.
    Reason The site lies in a rural area where it is considered that further
    development on the site may be detrimental to the character of the area and as
    such be contrary to the adopted policies of the Planning Authority.

4   (E01) Before development commences samples of all external facing and
    roofing materials (including replacement brickwork for the whole of the east
    elevation, natural slates for the roof and details of new and/or replacement doors
    and windows) 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.

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

6   (L24) Notwithstanding the provision of Part 2 of Schedule 2 of the Town and
    Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order, 1995, no walls,
    fences or gates shall be erected within the curtilage of the dwellinghouse
    forward of any wall of that dwellinghouse which fronts a road without the prior
    written consent of the Planning Authority.
    Reason To ensure the retention of a satisfactory appearance to the
    development.

7   (UNQ1) Before the new dwelling has been occupied the sawmill at the rear of
    the site shall have been completely demolished and the resultant materials
    removed from the site. Details of how the area will be treated, including
    landscaped areas and space for cars to park, shall be submitted to and
    approved by the Planning Authority, and thereafter adhered to.
    Reason To protect the appearance of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.




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8           (UNQ2) Any facilities for the storage of fuels (including during construction) shall
            be sited on impervious bases and surrounded by impervious bund walls. The
            bund capacity shall give 110% of the total volume for single and hydraulically
            linked tanks. If there is multiple tankage, the bund capacity shall be 110% of the
            largest tank or 25% of the total capacity of all tanks, whichever is the greatest.
            All filling points, vents, gauges and sight glasses and overflow pipes shall be
            located within the bund. There shall be no outlet connecting the bund to any
            drain, sewer or watercourse or discharging onto the ground. Associated
            pipework shall be located above ground where possible and protected from
            accidental damage.
            Reason To prevent pollution of the water environment.

9           (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 the maximum obtainable in the applicant's
            control provided and maintained at all times.
            Reason To provide satisfactory access.

10          (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.

11          (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.

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

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           Please note that there is a Section 106 Agreement that applies to this
            permission.


Item No.:            016

PROPOSAL:            FIRST FLOOR EXTENSION OVER SOUTH ELEVATION (AS AMENDED BY
                     PLANS RECEIVED 16TH FEBRUARY 2004)

LOCATION:            Chatterwood Nursing Home, Huntsbottom Lane, Hill Brow, Liss, GU337PA

REFERENCE NO: F.26415/011/FUL/JR                            PARISH: Liss

APPLICANT:           Milkwood Residential Care Ltd

CASE OFFICER:        Joanne Riley                           DATE REGISTERED: 09/06/2003



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, as amended. 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           (E02) 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.

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.


Item No.:           017

PROPOSAL:            DORMER WINDOW TO REAR AND REPOSITIONING OF DORMER ON SIDE
                     ELEVATION

LOCATION:            Ash Barn, Winchester Road, Petersfield, GU323PN

REFERENCE NO: F.29414/006/FUL/JR                            PARISH: Stroud

APPLICANT:          Mr R Tagg & Ms S Mislin

CASE OFFICER:       Joanne Riley                            DATE REGISTERED: 02/12/2003



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.




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3           (E03) 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.


Item No.:           018

PROPOSAL:            SINGLE STOREY REAR EXTENSION, DORMER TO SIDE AND DETACHED
                     SINGLE GARAGE

LOCATION:            52 Victory Avenue, Waterlooville, PO8 9PJ

REFERENCE NO: F.27018/001/FUL/JN                           PARISH: Horndean

APPLICANT:          Mr D Miles

CASE OFFICER:       Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 12/01/2004



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           (E01) 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           (D13) The first floor en suite window hereby permitted shall be glazed with
            obscure glass. It shall be retained at all times and shall not at any time be
            replaced by clear glazing.
            Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential
            property.




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Item No.:           019

PROPOSAL:            CONSERVATORY TO FRONT

LOCATION:            Lilac Cottage, Hawkley, Liss, GU336LU

REFERENCE NO: F.23105/010/FUL/JN                           PARISH: Hawkley

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs Tomlinson

CASE OFFICER:       Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 12/01/2004



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           (E03) 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           (D22) The garage previously permitted shall be used for the parking of private
            motor vehicles and ancillary domestic storage only and for no other purpose.
            Reason To ensure that the living space of the dwelling is not increased in
            contravention of the aims of Policy H16.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           The applicant is advised that because this dwelling lies in a rural area where
            restrictive planning policies apply and where new development is not normally
            permitted the Planning Authority are unlikely to favour any further proposals to
            enlarge the premises.




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Item No.:           020

PROPOSAL:            REPLACEMENT PORCH TO FRONT

LOCATION:            42 Cedar Crescent, Horndean, Waterlooville, PO8 9EX

REFERENCE NO: F.38725//FUL/JN                              PARISH: Horndean

APPLICANT:          Mr Howe

CASE OFFICER:       Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 12/01/2004



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           (E03) 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.


Item No.:           021

PROPOSAL:            CONSERVATORY TO REAR

LOCATION:            223 Catherington Lane, Horndean, Waterlooville, PO8 0TB

REFERENCE NO: F.38699//FUL/JN                              PARISH: Horndean

APPLICANT:          Mr EA Rigsby

CASE OFFICER:       Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 05/01/2004



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           (E03) 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.


Item No.:           022

PROPOSAL:            REAR EXTENSION, RAISE ROOF WITH DORMERS TO BOTH SIDES TO
                     PROVIDE FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION

LOCATION:            9 Sunderton Lane, Waterlooville, PO8 0NU

REFERENCE NO: F.38142/001/FUL/PB                           PARISH: Clanfield

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs Hartridge

CASE OFFICER:       Paul Bowman                            DATE REGISTERED: 19/01/2004



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           (E03) The external render 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           (E01) Before development commences samples of all external 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.




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5           (D13) The first floor dormer bathroom window in the north elevation of the roof
            extension hereby permitted shall be glazed with obscure glass. It shall be
            retained at all times and shall not at any time be replaced by clear glazing.
            Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential
            property


Item No.:           023

PROPOSAL:            SINGLE STOREY EXTENSION TO SIDE

LOCATION:            17 Laurel Road, Waterlooville, PO8 9BW

REFERENCE NO: F.31010/002/FUL/PB                           PARISH: Horndean

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs Pollard

CASE OFFICER:       Paul Bowman                            DATE REGISTERED: 16/01/2004



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           (E01) 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.




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Item No.:           024

PROPOSAL:            CONVERSION OF LOFT SPACE WITH DORMER WINDOWS

LOCATION:            Woodhill, Hawkley, Liss, GU336LX

REFERENCE NO: F.20142/007/FUL/JN                           PARISH: Hawkley

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs C Butcher

CASE OFFICER:       Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 15/01/2004



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           (E03) 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.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           The applicant is advised that because this dwelling lies in a rural area where
            restrictive planning policies apply and where new development is not normally
            permitted the Planning Authority are unlikely to favour any further proposals to
            enlarge the premises.




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Item No.:           025

PROPOSAL:            CONSERVATORY TO REAR

LOCATION:            2 Kennet Road, Petersfield, GU314LS

REFERENCE NO: F.38732//FUL/JN                              PARISH: Petersfield

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs Fry

CASE OFFICER:       Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 13/01/2004



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           (E03) 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.


Item No.:           026

PROPOSAL:            SINGLE STOREY REAR EXTENSION AND FRONT AND REAR DORMERS

LOCATION:            1 St. Hubert Road, Waterlooville, PO8 0EJ

REFERENCE NO: F.21213/001/FUL/JN                           PARISH: Horndean

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs Cunnah

CASE OFFICER:       Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 13/01/2004



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           (E01) 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.


Item No.:           027

PROPOSAL:            SINGLE STOREY REAR EXTENSION, DORMER TO SIDE AND DETACHED
                     SINGLE GARAGE

LOCATION:            54 Victory Avenue, Waterlooville, PO8 9PJ

REFERENCE NO: F.38717//FUL/JN                              PARISH: Horndean

APPLICANT:          Mr D Rowett

CASE OFFICER:       Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 12/01/2004



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           (E01) 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           (D13) The first floor en suite window hereby permitted shall be glazed with
            obscure glass. It shall be retained at all times and shall not at any time be
            replaced by clear glazing.
            Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential
            property.



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Item No.:            028

PROPOSAL:            PITCHED ROOFED SINGLE STOREY REAR EXTENSION

LOCATION:            1 Rose Cottage, Hill House Hill, Liphook, GU307PX

REFERENCE NO: F.37296/003/FUL/JR                             PARISH: Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:           Mr and Mrs P Alcott

CASE OFFICER:        Joanne Riley                            DATE REGISTERED: 07/01/2004



REFUSED for the following reason:

1           (R05I) The proposal would result in excessive building bulk abutting the
            boundary detrimental to the character and appearance of the locality and the
            amenities of adjoining residents contrary to the General Strategy Policy GS5 of
            the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.


Item No.:            029

PROPOSAL:            GATES TO FRONT AND SIDE (RETROSPECTIVE)

LOCATION:            Autumn Croft, Durford Road, Petersfield, GU314EW

REFERENCE NO: F.30432/003/FUL/PB                             PARISH: Petersfield

APPLICANT:           Mr & Mrs P Connor

CASE OFFICER:        Paul Bowman                             DATE REGISTERED: 21/01/2004



REFUSED for the following reasons:

1           (R12G) The proposed entrance gates by virtue of their siting and close proximity
            to the highway verge in the locality of this prominent junction leave 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.

2           (R05G) The proposed gates by reason of their unsympathetic wood staining and
            prominent siting on this corner plot represents both stark and unharmonious
            features in this residential locality to the detriment of the character and
            appearance of the street scene and the visual amenities of adjoining residents
            contrary to General Strategy Policy GS5 of the East Hampshire District Local
            Plan: First Review.




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Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           You are advised to contact the case officer named on the covering letter to
            discuss the possibility of submitting an amended application. If you paid a fee
            for this application then you may be exempt from a further fee if you resubmit
            your application within one year.

            The applicant is advised that the Planning Authority do not object to the
            principle of two gated access points in this locations however they are required
            to address the following points.

            1.         The gates fronting Pullen Lane should only be for pedestrian use
                       only and are thus not required to be 2.44 metres in width.

            2.         The gates are required to be set back 4.5 metres from the edge of
                       the carriage way of the adjoining highway.

            3.         The gates should be of a dark brown wood stain to blend in more
            appropriately with the streetscene.


Item No.:           030

PROPOSAL:           SINGLE STOREY EXTENSION TO REAR TO PROVIDE LIVING ROOM

LOCATION:           Cross House, High Street, East Meon, Petersfield, GU321NW

REFERENCE NO: F.29999/008/LBC/JN                          PARISH: East Meon

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs Eadsell

CASE OFFICER:       Jan Nicholson                         DATE REGISTERED: 07/01/2004



REFUSED for the following reasons:

1           (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 its design and excessive bulk and would be
            contrary to Policies UB1 and UB3 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.

2           (R11B) The proposed development would detract from the integrity and
            character of this statutory Listed Building through the detail and mass of the
            design and would be contrary to Policies UB1and UB3 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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Item No.:            031

PROPOSAL:            TWO SEMI-DETACHED DWELLINGS AND NEW EXTERNAL ACCESS STAIRS
                     TO EXISTING AND REPOSITIONING OF PHONE BOX

LOCATION:            6 The Square, Liphook, Hampshire GU307AH

REFERENCE NO: F.38595//FUL/JP                               PARISH: Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:           Mr & Mrs D Blower

CASE OFFICER:        Jon Parsons                            DATE REGISTERED: 07/01/2004



REFUSED for the following reasons:

1           (R04B) The proposal would result in an undesirable and unacceptable form of
            backland development on a cramped site, such that the proposed dwellings
            would not enhance or preserve the character of the Conservation Area by the
            reason of the size, form, and design of the dwellings, including carparking and
            servicing layout. The proposal would therefore be contrary to Policies UB3, E16
            and H5 of the Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) and
            General Strategy and Environment Policies GS5, ENV15 and ENV19 of the East
            Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

2           (R07O) The proposal would result in an undesirable and unacceptable form of
            development such that it would have an adverse effect on the amenities, outlook
            and privacy of the occupiers of the nearby residential property to the north west,
            by virtue of the close proximity of the rear of the proposed dwellings. The
            proposal would therefore be contrary to General Strategy Policy GS5 of the East
            Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

3           (UNQ1) The repositioned phone box, by reason of the inappropriate siting of the
            kiosk in relation to the facade of No. 6 The Square, would detract from the
            setting of the listed structure, and by virtue of the harmful impact the relocation
            would have on the qualities of that part of the Liphook Conservation Area, would
            be contrary to the Environment Policies ENV15 and ENV19 of the East
            Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

4           (R02T) No provision has been made for public open space and education
            facilities within the proposal contrary to Policies GS4 and RT3 of the East
            Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.




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Item No.:            032

PROPOSAL:            DOUBLE GARAGE

LOCATION:            107 South Road, Horndean, Waterlooville, PO8 0ER

REFERENCE NO: F.37565/005/FUL/JN                            PARISH: Horndean

APPLICANT:           Mr A Parris

CASE OFFICER:        Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 05/01/2004



REFUSED for the following reasons:

1           (R05L) The proposed garage by virtue of its bulk in front of the building line
            would be detrimental to the character and appearance of the street scene
            contrary to Policy GS5 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

2           (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.


Item No.:            033

PROPOSAL:            RELIEF FROM CONDITION 6 OF F.22012/05 (USE OF THE NORTH CAR PARK)
                     (AMENDED DESCRIPTION)

LOCATION:            Faggs Farm, Buriton, Petersfield, GU315SL

REFERENCE NO: F.22012/009/FUL/JH                            PARISH: Buriton

APPLICANT:           Mr & Mrs Mardall

CASE OFFICER:        Jeremy Heppell                         DATE REGISTERED: 22/01/2004



REFUSED for the following reason:

1           (UNQ1) Condition 6 is necessary to reduce disturbance to the occupiers of
            Faggs Farm Cottage from excessive car movements and improve highway
            safety by minimising usage of the substandard access to the north car park.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           You will be served with a Breach of Condition Notice in respect of the continuing
            non-compliance with Condition 6 of permission F22012/005/FUL immediately
            following the issuing of this decision notice.




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Item No.:            034

PROPOSAL:            ONE DWELLING FOLLOWING DEMOLITION OF EXISTING GARAGE

LOCATION:            Greywalls Lodge, Hill Brow, Liss, Hampshire GU337QF

REFERENCE NO: F.21708/004/FUL/JP                             PARISH: Liss

APPLICANT:           Mr G Oehlers

CASE OFFICER:        Jon Parsons                             DATE REGISTERED: 12/01/2004



REFUSED for the following reasons:

1           (R01G) The proposed development would be an undesirable expansion and
            intensification of the existing pattern of development in this rural area (which is a
            designated AONB) detrimental to its present character, contrary to the
            Countryside and Environmental Policies of the Hampshire County Structure Plan
            1996-2011(Review) (particularly Policies C1,C2 and E7) and the General
            Strategy and Environment Policies of the East Hampshire District Local Plan:
            First Review (particularly Policies GS3, GS5 and ENV1).

2           (R02O) The proposal would result in the unacceptable loss and pressure to
            prune/fell trees protected by a Preservation Order 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.

3           (R02R) No provision has been made for public open space within the proposal
            contrary to Policy RT3 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

4           (RUN1) 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.:           035

PROPOSAL:            FORMATION OF FIELD ACCESS AS REPLACEMENT FOR EXISTING,
                     RELOCATION OF GATE AND EXTEND DROPPED KERB (AS AMENDED BY
                     PLANS RECEIVED 23/02/04)

LOCATION:            Access to field to east of 28, Winchester Road, Petersfield, GU323PD

REFERENCE NO: F.38736//FUL/PB                             PARISH: Stroud

APPLICANT:           Highways Agency

CASE OFFICER:       Paul Bowman                           DATE REGISTERED: 14/01/2004



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           (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.

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.

5           (H54N) Any gates provided shall be set back a distance of 15m from the edge of
            the carriageway of the adjoining highway.
            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.:           036

PROPOSAL:            ALTERATIONS TO ROOF TO INCLUDE TWO DORMERS TO PROVIDE
                     ACCOMMODATION IN ROOF SPACE

LOCATION:            31 Woodbury Avenue, Petersfield, GU322ED

REFERENCE NO: F.38740//FUL/JN                              PARISH: Petersfield

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs Heywood

CASE OFFICER:       Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 15/01/2004



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           (E03) 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.


Item No.:           037

PROPOSAL:            CONSERVATORY TO SIDE

LOCATION:            Monks Barn Cottage, Reservoir Lane, Petersfield, GU322HY

REFERENCE NO: F.22997/002/FUL/JN                           PARISH: Petersfield

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs K Marsh

CASE OFFICER:       Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 20/01/2004



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           (E03) 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.


Item No.:           038

PROPOSAL:            TWO YAGI AERIALS ON 15M AND 10M HIGH POLES AND ONE EQUIPMENT
                     CABIN (AMENDED DESCRIPTION)

LOCATION:            Keyham Farm, Buttons Lane, Selborne, Alton, GU343SD

REFERENCE NO: F.32303/006/TELF/SM                          PARISH: Colemore

APPLICANT:           Airwave

CASE OFFICER:       Sarah Marr                             DATE REGISTERED: 10/12/2003



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           (TEL1) Before development commences, details of the finished colour of the
            pole, aerial and associated development (including cabin, fencing etc.) shall
            have been submitted to, and approved by, the Planning Authority. The
            development shall be carried out in accordance with these details.
            Reason In the interests of visual amenity.




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4           (TEL2) In the event that changes in telecommunications technology render the
            mast and equipment, hereby approved, redundant or surplus to requirements,
            these shall be dismantled and all equipment removed from the site.
            Reason In the interests of visual amenity.


Item No.:           039

PROPOSAL:            TWO STOREY DWELLING, DOUBLE GARAGE AND ALTERATION TO ACCESS

LOCATION:            46 Downhouse Road, Waterlooville, PO8 0TX

REFERENCE NO: F.33029/007/FUL/JP                           PARISH: Horndean

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs D Walter

CASE OFFICER:       Jon Parsons                            DATE REGISTERED: 02/12/2003



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           (E01) Before development commences samples of all external facing and
            roofing materials shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the
            Planning Authority. The development shall be carried out in accordance with the
            approved details.
            Reason To ensure that the materials used in the construction of the approved
            development harmonise with the surroundings.

3           (E07) Before the development commences on site details of the proposed
            ground levels, ground floor slab levels and damp proof courses of the approved
            development in relation to existing ground levels and the boundaries of the site
            including plans and cross-sections, shall have been submitted to and approved
            in writing by the Planning Authority. These details shall ensure that groundfloor
            windows do not appear above fences proposed along the boundaries of the site.
            The development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details.
            Reason To ensure that a satisfactory relationship results between the new
            development and adjacent buildings and public areas.

4           (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.




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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 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.

6    (L01) 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.

7    (L05) 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 a timetable to be first 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.

8    (L15) Before any works commence, details of the design of building
     foundations and the layout, with positions, dimensions and levels, of service
     trenches, ditches, drains and other excavations on site, insofar as they may
     affect trees and hedgerows on or adjoining the site, shall be submitted to and
     approved by the Planning Authority and thereafter adhered to.
     Reason To ensure the protection of trees and hedgerows to be retained, and in
     particular to avoid unnecessary damage to their root systems.

9    (L16) The soil levels within the root spread of the two trees to be retained shall
     not be raised or lowered.
     Reason To avoid damage to the health of existing trees and hedgerows.

10   (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 120 metres provided and maintained at all
     times.
     Reason To provide satisfactory access.

11   (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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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.


Item No.:           040

PROPOSAL:            TWO STOREY EXTENSION TO REAR AND SIDE, FIRST FLOOR EXTENSION
                     TO SIDE AND TWO DORMERS TO FRONT. ROOF OVER BAY WINDOW TO
                     FRONT

LOCATION:            17 Hollycombe Close, Liphook, GU307HR

REFERENCE NO: F.35496/001/FUL/JR                           PARISH: Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs Page

CASE OFFICER:       Joanne Riley                           DATE REGISTERED: 15/12/2003



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           (E03) 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           (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 windows shall at any time be inserted in
            the north east elevation facing No. 15 Hollycombe Close, 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.:           041

PROPOSAL:            PORCH TO FRONT AND ADDITION OF FIRE DOOR TO SIDE

LOCATION:            The Royal British Legion, Rake Road, Liss, GU337EF

REFERENCE NO: F.20463/006/FUL/JR                           PARISH: Liss

APPLICANT:           The Royal British Legion

CASE OFFICER:       Joanne Riley                           DATE REGISTERED: 22/12/2003



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           (E03) 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           (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           Please note that this approval does not override any need for advertisement
            consent should the proposed sign be an alteration to the existing.




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Item No.:           042

PROPOSAL:            ROOF HEIGHT RAISED TO PROVIDE ACCOMMODATION, TWO STOREY
                     EXTENSION TO FRONT WITH DORMERS AND TWO STOREY EXTENSION TO
                     REAR

LOCATION:            138 Catherington Lane, Horndean, Waterlooville, PO8 9PB

REFERENCE NO: F.38709//FUL/JR                               PARISH: Horndean

APPLICANT:          Mr D Lawson

CASE OFFICER:       Joanne Riley                            DATE REGISTERED: 21/01/2004



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           (E02) 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.

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 windows shall at any time be inserted in
            the north or south elevations 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           (D13) The first floor windows in the north elevation of the extension hereby
            permitted shall be glazed with obscure glass. It shall be retained at all times and
            shall not at any time be replaced by clear glazing.
            Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential
            property.




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Item No.:            043

PROPOSAL:            EXTENSION FOR CLASSROOM, STAFF ROOM EXTENSION AND LINK
                     CORRIDOR

LOCATION:            Liphook County Infant School, Avenue Close, Liphook, GU307QE

REFERENCE NO: F.24373/004/REG3/PB                           PARISH: Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:           Studio Four Architects Ltd

CASE OFFICER:        Paul Bowman                            DATE REGISTERED: 23/12/2003



OBJECTION for the following reason:

1           (UNQ1) In view of the existing traffic and parking problems in the locality, the
            following measures must be explored before planning permission can be
            granted:-

            1) Improved dropping off facilities for parents.
            2) Increased on-site parking for staff and for school events.
            3) A realistic and achievable Traffic Management Plan.


Item No.:            044

PROPOSAL:            DORMER TO EAST AND WEST ELEVATION, WALK-IN COLD ROOM
                     FACILITIES, STEEPER ROOF PITCH TO REAR WING AND ADDITIONAL
                     FENESTRATION

LOCATION:            Rising Sun, North Lane, Waterlooville, Hampshire PO8 0RN

REFERENCE NO: F.30607/004/FUL/JP                            PARISH: Clanfield

APPLICANT:           Enterprise Inns Plc

CASE OFFICER:        Jon Parsons                            DATE REGISTERED: 09/01/2004



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   (E01) Before development commences samples of all external facing and
    roofing materials shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the
    Planning Authority. The development shall be carried out in accordance with the
    approved details.
    Reason To ensure that the materials used in the construction of the approved
    development harmonise with the surroundings.

3   (UNQ2) No development shall commence until details of the finished treatment
    of all hard surfaced areas have been submitted to and approved in writing by the
    Planning Authority. The approved details shall be fully implemented before any
    part of the approved development is first brought into use.
    Reason To ensure that the finished appearance of the development blends
    satisfactorily.

4   (E08) Before the development commences on site details of the existing and
    proposed ground levels of the development in relation to any adjacent house
    and/or road shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the
    Planning Authority. Such details must be sufficient to clearly identify the
    completed height of the development in relation to the adjacent development.
    Reason To ensure that a satisfactory relationship results between the new
    development and adjacent buildings or public areas.

5   (L01) 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.

6   (L05) 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 a timetable to be first 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   (L21) A fence of a height, design and in materials to be submitted to and
    approved by the Planning Authority shall be erected within one month of the
    commencement of development between the points marked XX on the approved
    layout plan, and shall thereafter be retained.
    Reason       To safeguard the privacy and amenity of the residents, and in the
    interests of the visual amenity of the locality.




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8    (L17) Before any works on site commence details of the layout, including depths
     or height, of all foul and surface water drains; all underground and overhead
     cables (including capacity) including telecommunications, electrical and cable
     TV, gas mains together with any associated plant and equipment showing their
     relationship to existing and proposed trees and shrubs, shall have been
     submitted to and approved by the Planning Authority in writing and thereafter
     adhered to.
     Reason To ensure services proposed and those trees and shrubs proposed and
     to be retained are compatible in the interests of amenity and character of the
     area.

9    (L10) Prior to the commencement of work, details, including location, height
     and materials, of temporary protective fencing, hoardings, etc. and areas
     prohibited from use by contractors and such other measures to be taken in the
     interests of existing tree protection shall have been submitted to and approved
     by the Planning Authority and implemented and thereafter retained for the
     duration of building works.
     Reason To ensure the protection of existing trees from damage during
     construction works.

10   (UNQ1) No floodlighting, including security lighting, shall be erected within the
     site unless the prior written consent of the Planning Authority has been obtained
     for their siting, design and illumination.
     Reason To safeguard the visual amenities of the locality.

11   (G28) Before the use hereby permitted is commenced details of any
     equipment to be installed, including acoustic/noise insulation measures and an
     odour neutralizer plant, shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the
     Planning Authority.
     Reason To ensure that the occupiers of the nearby residential properties are
     not adversely affected.

12   (G29) Before the use hereby permitted is commenced the equipment agreed
     under condition 11 above shall be installed and in full working order. The odour
     neutralizing plant shall be operated in a manner which will effectively suppress
     the emission of fumes or smell from the premises, as long as the use continues.
     Reason To ensure that the occupiers of nearby residential properties are not
     adversely affected.

13   (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied 22 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.

14   (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.

15   (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.

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


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Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           1. Adequate control precautions must be taken in order to control dust on the
            site during demolition and construction, so as to prevent a nuisance to local
            residents and a decrease in local air quality. Any mobile concrete crushers
            used on site must be authorised under the Environmental Protection Act 1990
            by the relevant Local Authority and must use water sprays (where water is
            available). Generally, there should be the use of dust screens and wetting of
            site areas to inhibit dust.

            2. The hours of construction and demolition shall be limited to 08:00 - 18:00
            Mondays to Fridays, 08:00 - 13:00 Saturdays, and not at all Sundays or Bank
            Holidays, including site traffic and deliveries.

            3. There should be no bonfires on site at any time and any waste should be
            suitably disposed of.


Item No.:           045

PROPOSAL:           DETACHED DWELLING AND SINGLE GARAGE WITH ALTERED ACCESS

LOCATION:           120 Green Lane, Clanfield, Waterlooville, Hampshire PO8 0LG

REFERENCE NO: F.38379/001/FUL/JR                          PARISH: Clanfield

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs J Horsted

CASE OFFICER:       Joanne Riley                         DATE REGISTERED: 06/01/2004



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           (E01) 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.




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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 90 metres provided and maintained at all times.
            Reason To provide satisfactory access.

5           (H54K) (1) 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.

6           (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.

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

8           (E07) Before the development commences on site details of the proposed
            ground levels, ground floor slab levels and damp proof courses of the approved
            development in relation to existing ground levels and the boundaries of the site
            including plans and cross-sections, shall have been submitted to and approved
            in writing by the Planning Authority.
            Reason To ensure that a satisfactory relationship results between the new
            development and adjacent buildings and public areas.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           The applicant is advised that before any works to the highway are undertaken
            that consent of the County Highway Authority is required and the relevant
            consent should be sought from the Area Surveyor, Hampshire County Council,
            The Old College, College Street, Petersfield, Hants GU31 4AG. (Telephone
            01730 266411).

2           The applicant is advised that the grant of this permission does not supersede
            the need to take due measures for flood prevention of the property. It is
            recommended that ground levels should be raised and use of timber flooring at
            ground floor level avoided. Further advice can be sought from the Councils
            works engineer and building control.


Item No.:           046

PROPOSAL:            FIRST AND SECOND FLOOR SIDE EXTENSION

LOCATION:            32 Whichers Gate Road, Rowland's Castle, PO9 6BB

REFERENCE NO: F.38716//FUL/SM                               PARISH: Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:          Mr and Mrs Huddlestone

CASE OFFICER:       Sarah Marr                              DATE REGISTERED: 07/01/2004



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           (E03) 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 windows or doors shall at any time be
            inserted in the first or second floor side (south-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.


Item No.:            047

PROPOSAL:            TWO STOREY SIDE AND REAR EXTENSION AND NEW CHIMNEY STACK

LOCATION:            Winfield, Church Lane, Greatham, Liss, GU336HB

REFERENCE NO: F.34536/001/FUL/JR                            PARISH: Greatham

APPLICANT:           Mr & Mrs Rozario

CASE OFFICER:        Joanne Riley                           DATE REGISTERED: 14/01/2004



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.




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3           (E01) 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.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           The applicant is advised that because this dwelling lies in a rural area where
            restrictive planning policies apply and where new development is not normally
            permitted the Planning Authority are unlikely to favour any further proposals to
            enlarge the premises.


Item No.:           048

PROPOSAL:            AMENDMENT TO EXISTING PERMISSION F25526/009 - INTERNAL
                     ALTERATIONS AND REMOVAL OF WINDOW IN PORCH

LOCATION:            The Byre, Farnham Road, Liss, GU336JZ

REFERENCE NO: F.25526/016/LBC/JR                           PARISH: Liss

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs G Henderson

CASE OFFICER:       Joanne Riley                           DATE REGISTERED: 14/01/2004



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           (E03) 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           (UNQ1) Before works commence on the conversion of the barn the following
            details are required to be submitted and approved in writing by the Planning
            Authority in connection with the methods of works statement:- details of repairs
            to defective tie beams, details of conservation roof lights, and details of
            insulation to external walls.
            Reason To maintain the integrity and character of the building.

4           (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.



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Item No.:            049

PROPOSAL:            (RELIEF OF CONDITION 3 & 4 TO F26943/001) USE OF ANNEXE (AMENDED
                     DESCRIPTION)

LOCATION:            25 New Road, Lovedean, Waterlooville, PO8 9RU

REFERENCE NO: F.26943/003/FUL/SM                            PARISH: Horndean

APPLICANT:           Mr & Mrs R A Bevan

CASE OFFICER:        Sarah Marr                             DATE REGISTERED: 14/01/2004



TEMPORARY 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           (T02) This permission shall be restricted to a limited period expiring on 1 April
            2009 when the annex shall revert back to ancillary accommodation to the
            dwelling house, unless a further permission is granted in writing by the Planning
            Authority.
            Reason A permission is given in this case having regard to the circumstances
            appertaining to the property in question, but only on a strictly limited basis so
            that the position may be reviewed in the light of the circumstances prevailing at
            the time of the expiry of the permission.

4           (T10) The permission shall enure solely for the benefit of the applicant.
            Reason The site lies in a locality where permission would not normally be
            granted except for the circumstances of the applicant.

            For the avoidance of doubt, this condition ensures that if the property is sold
            prior to the temporary permission, then the annex will revert back to ancillary
            accommodation.

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




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6           (UNQ1) At no time shall the annex become a separate dwelling house.
            Reason The site does not give rise to an additional separate dwelling house.
            The annex and its relationship with the existing dwelling would result in
            unacceptable amenity issues for both sets of residents if a separate curtilage
            were to be established.


Item No.:           050

PROPOSAL:            FENCING AND GATES TO CAR PARK AREA (RETROSPECTIVE
                     APPLICATION)

LOCATION:            1 Penns Road, Petersfield, GU322EW

REFERENCE NO: F.28667/007/FUL/PB                           PARISH: Petersfield

APPLICANT:           On-track

CASE OFFICER:       Paul Bowman                            DATE REGISTERED: 15/01/2004



PERMISSION


Item No.:           051

PROPOSAL:            RETENTION OF TWO AIR HANDLING UNITS

LOCATION:            12 Lavant Street, Petersfield, GU323EW

REFERENCE NO: F.23029/019/FUL/AR                           PARISH: Petersfield

APPLICANT:           W Morgan & Sons

CASE OFFICER:       Miss Aaron Robinson                    DATE REGISTERED: 23/01/2004



REFUSED for the following reason:

1           (UNQ1) The application has failed to provide adequate information to make a full
            assessment of the development.




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Item No.:           052

PROPOSAL:            DISPLAY OF INTERNALLY ILLUMINATED ATM SIGN

LOCATION:            Barclays Bank 9-10 The Square, Petersfield, GU323HW

REFERENCE NO: F.34623/007/ADV/JR                           PARISH: Petersfield

APPLICANT:           Barclays Bank Plc

CASE OFFICER:       Joanne Riley                           DATE REGISTERED: 27/01/2004



REFUSED for the following reason:

1           (R13A) The premises lie within a designated Conservation Area where the
            Planning Authority in accordance with its statutory duty is operating policies and
            guidelines which seek to preserve and enhance the character and appearance
            of such areas. The proposed advertisements by reason of the form, illumination,
            materials and prominent location would detract from the appearance and visual
            amenity of the Conservation Area in conflict with these aims and contrary to
            Policy GS5f and the Environment Policies ENV 15 -17 and 19 of the East
            Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review and the Council's adopted
            advertisement guidelines.


Item No.:           053

PROPOSAL:            FIRST FLOOR REAR EXTENSION

LOCATION:            Hurst Farm, Snailing Lane, Greatham, Liss, GU336HQ

REFERENCE NO: F.20829/003/FUL/PB                           PARISH: Hawkley

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs Duff

CASE OFFICER:       Paul Bowman                            DATE REGISTERED: 19/01/2004



REFUSED for the following reasons:

1           (R05B) The application site lies within a rural area to which restrictive Planning
            Policies apply. The proposal represents an unacceptable cumulative addition to
            this property, which has been extended in the past, representing a 97 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.




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2           (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.


Item No.:            054

PROPOSAL:            RELIEF OF CONDITION 2 OF F27242/006 (HOURS OF OPERATION)

LOCATION:            Southleigh Landfill Site, Emsworth Common Road, Havant, PO9 2PB

REFERENCE NO: F.27242/009/CMA/SM                            PARISH: Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:           Onyx UK Ltd

CASE OFFICER:        Sarah Marr                             DATE REGISTERED: 10/02/2004



OBJECTION for the following reason:

1           (UNQ1) The proposed extension of opening hours could result in an incremental
            increase in noise, odour and dust problems which would detrimentally harm the
            amenities of the surrounding properties. This is contrary to the provisions of
            Policy GS5 of East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           Given that the additional waste is likely to come from the Hampshire Waste
            Recycling Centres, Environmental Health have suggested that the hours of
            operation of the landfill site reflect those at HWRC.


Item No.:            055

PROPOSAL:            TWO STOREY SIDE EXTENSION

LOCATION:            72/73 Idsworth, Waterlooville, PO8 0BA

REFERENCE NO: F.32646/002/FUL/JR                            PARISH: Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:           Mr D. Uren

CASE OFFICER:        Joanne Riley                           DATE REGISTERED: 02/02/2004



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           (E01) 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.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           The applicant is advised that because this dwelling lies in a rural area where
            restrictive planning policies apply and where new development is not normally
            permitted the Planning Authority are unlikely to favour any further proposals to
            enlarge the premises.


Item No.:           056

PROPOSAL:           TWO STOREY SIDE EXTENSION

LOCATION:           74/75 Idsworth, Waterlooville, PO8 0BA

REFERENCE NO: F.38550/001/FUL/JR                           PARISH: Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:          Mr D. Uren

CASE OFFICER:       Joanne Riley                           DATE REGISTERED: 02/02/2004



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           (E01) 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           (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.




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Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           The applicant is advised that because this dwelling lies in a rural area where
            restrictive planning policies apply and where new development is not normally
            permitted the Planning Authority are unlikely to favour any further proposals to
            enlarge the premises.


Item No.:           057

PROPOSAL:            TWO STOREY SIDE EXTENSION, CONSERVATORY AND SINGLE STOREY
                     FRONT/SIDE EXTENSION

LOCATION:            14 Berrylands, Liss, GU337DB

REFERENCE NO: F.33671/002/FUL/JR                           PARISH: Liss

APPLICANT:          Mr R P Cardona

CASE OFFICER:       Joanne Riley                           DATE REGISTERED: 22/01/2004



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           (E03) 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.:            058

PROPOSAL:            REPLACEMENT DWELLING (AS AMENDED BY PLANS RECEIVED 2
                     FEBRUARY 2004)

LOCATION:            The Firs, Bircholt Road, Liphook, GU307PQ

REFERENCE NO: F.38742//FUL/PB                                PARISH: Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:           Mr J Chatfield

CASE OFFICER:        Paul Bowman                             DATE REGISTERED: 16/01/2004



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           (E01) 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 window(s) or rooflights shall at any time
            be inserted in the first floor side elevations 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
            properties.

5           (L01) 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         (L08) The landscaping scheme shall be implemented in the first planting
          season following the substantial completion of the building shell and thereafter
          maintained in accordance with the conditions of this permission.
          Reason In the interests of the visual amenity of the locality.

7         (D13) The first floor ensuite window in the south elevation of the dwelling hereby
          permitted shall be glazed with obscure glass. It shall be retained at all times and
          shall not at any time be replaced by clear glazing.
          Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential
          property

8         (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 and/or to ensure
          adequate provision is maintained for the parking of vehicles clear of the
          highway.

9         (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 the maximum obtainable shall be provided and
          maintained at all times.
          Reason To provide satisfactory access.

10        (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.

11        (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.

12        (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.

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

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1          The applicant is advised to contact Thames Water prior to commencement of
           any building work due to sewerage and surface water problems in this area.




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Item No.:           059

PROPOSAL:            FIRST FLOOR EXTENSION TO SIDE

LOCATION:            14 Nuthatch Close, Rowland's Castle, PO9 6HW

REFERENCE NO: F.38692//FUL/JR                              PARISH: Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs S Trowsdale

CASE OFFICER:       Joanne Riley                           DATE REGISTERED: 14/01/2004



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           (E03) 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           (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.


Item No.:           060

PROPOSAL:            DETACHED ANNEXE BUILDING

LOCATION:            Hartley, Headley Lane, Passfield, Liphook, Hampshire, GU307RN

REFERENCE NO: F.38102//FUL/JR                              PARISH: Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:          Mrs A Rowell

CASE OFFICER:       Joanne Riley                           DATE REGISTERED: 14/01/2004



REFUSED for the following reason:




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1           (R01A) The application site lies within a rural area to which restrictive Planning
            Policies apply. The proposal is tantamount to a new dwelling in a separate
            curtilage and would result in an extension of development beyond the built up
            area and beyond the Policy Boundary of Passfield which if permitted would be
            seriously detrimental to the visual amenity and rural character of the locality
            contrary to the Policies C1-C3 of the Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-
            2011 (Review), the General Strategy, Environment and Housing Policies of the
            East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review (particularly Policies GS2 and
            GS5) and the guidance contained in East Hampshire's Design Guide for
            Residential Extensions.


Item No.:            061

PROPOSAL:            CERTIFICATE OF LAWFULNESS TO CONTINUE THE USE OF LAND AS
                     RESIDENTIAL GARDEN

LOCATION:            Juniper House, Oakshott Hanger, Hawkley, Liss, GU336LP

REFERENCE NO: F.28820/010/CLUX/AR                           PARISH: Hawkley

APPLICANT:           Mr & Mrs F Potts

CASE OFFICER:        Miss Aaron Robinson                    DATE REGISTERED: 04/02/2004



CERTIFICATE OF LAWFULNESS – PERMITTED subject to the following condition:

1           (UNQ1) This certificate is granted for the use of the land west of Juniper House
            for private residential garden only in association with the dwelling at Juniper
            House and is limited to the area edged in red on the plan attached to the
            application. This area of land is approximately 0.15 hectares.


Item No.:            062

PROPOSAL:            ALTERATION TO CAR PARK, PEDESTRIAN LINK WAY FROM SWAN STREET
                     CAR PARK TO CHAPEL STREET. DOUBLE GARAGE AND LANDSCAPING OF
                     PUBLIC HOUSE GARDEN

LOCATION:            The Old Drum, Chapel Street, Petersfield, GU323DP

REFERENCE NO: F.24615/004/FUL/SM                            PARISH: Petersfield

APPLICANT:           Pubmaster Limited

CASE OFFICER:        Sarah Marr                             DATE REGISTERED: 19/01/2004



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   (E01) Before development commences samples of all external facing, roofing
    and paving 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   (H473) Prior to the Pub car park and beer garden becoming operational, the
    existing vehicular access from the site to Chapel Street shall be permanently
    stopped up and effectively closed with the footway reinstated.
    Reason In the interests of highway safety.

5   (UNQ1) Before the beer garden and pub car park become operational, the
    footpath link from Chapel Street to Swan Street car park shall be fully completed
    and implemented and open to pedestrians for use.
    Reason In the interest of the users of Petersfield Town Centre, and to ensure
    that the strategic footpath link is completed.

6   (UNQ2) Prior to development commencing, details of the proposed lighting
    along the footpath and within the pub car park and beer garden shall be
    submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority. The equipment
    shall be installed, operated and maintained in accordance with the approved
    scheme.
    Reason In the interest of the amenity of the Conservation Area and the safety of
    pedestrians using the footpath link.

7   (L01) 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.

8   (L08) The landscaping scheme shall be implemented in the first planting
    season following the substantial completion of the development and thereafter
    maintained in accordance with the conditions of this permission.
    Reason In the interests of the visual amenity of the locality.




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9           (L11) All trees, shrubs and other natural features not scheduled for removal shall
            be fully safeguarded during the course of the site works and building operations.
            No work shall commence on site until all trees, shrubs or features to be
            protected are fenced with:-
            a) 1.2m minimum height chestnut paling to BS.1722 Part 4 securely mounted
            on 1.2 minimum height timber posts driven firmly into the ground; or
            b) 2.4m minimum height heavy duty hoardings securely mounted on scaffold
            poles:

            i) for trees and shrubs the fencing shall follow a line 1.0m outside the furthest
            extent of the crown spread, unless otherwise agreed with the Planning Authority;
            ii) for upright growing trees at a radius from the trunk not less than 6.0m, or two
            thirds of the height of the tree which ever is the greater;
            iii) for other natural features along a line to be agreed with the Planning
            Authority.
            Such fencing shall be maintained during the course of the works on site. No
            unauthorised access or placement of goods, fuels or chemicals, soil or other
            materials shall take place inside the fenced area.
            Reason To ensure that trees, shrubs and other natural features to be retained
            are adequately protected from damage to health and stability throughout the
            construction period.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           The existing pond to the rear of the site could support amphibian species and so
            the applicant is advised that due care should be undertaken when draining the
            pond to prevent death or injury of animals which would be contrary to section
            9(1) (part) of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (as amended).


Item No.:            063

PROPOSAL:            GREENHOUSE AND NEW WALL TO SOUTH TO REPLACE FALLEN WALL

LOCATION:            The Old School House, Idsworth, Waterlooville, PO8 0AS

REFERENCE NO: F.29334/007/FUL/JN                            PARISH: Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:           Mr C White and Miss A Lock

CASE OFFICER:        Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 19/01/2004



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           (E01) 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.


Item No.:           064

PROPOSAL:           NEW WALL TO SOUTH TO REPLACE FALLEN WALL

LOCATION:           The Old School House, Idsworth, Waterlooville, PO8 0AS

REFERENCE NO: F.29334/008/LBC/JN                          PARISH: Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:           Mr C White and Miss A Lock

CASE OFFICER:       Jan Nicholson                        DATE REGISTERED: 19/01/2004



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           (E01) 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.




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Item No.:            065

PROPOSAL:            TWO STOREY SIDE EXTENSION TO NORTH AFTER DEMOLITION OF LEANT-
                     TO AND 3 CAR GARAGE AFTER DEMOLITION OF EXISTING

LOCATION:            Rapley Lodge, Froxfield, Petersfield, Hampshire GU321DN

REFERENCE NO: F.38723//FUL/PB                               PARISH: Froxfield

APPLICANT:           Mr K Hayter

CASE OFFICER:        Paul Bowman                            DATE REGISTERED: 20/01/2004



REFUSED for the following reasons:

1           (R05B) The application site lies within a rural area to which restrictive Planning
            Policies apply. The proposal represents an unacceptable cumulative addition to
            this property, which has been extended in the past, representing a 98.9 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           (R05A) The proposed extension represents an excessive addition whose bulk
            and massing would not be subservient to the existing house. The proposed
            detached triple garage is tantamount to a new dwelling in an existing plot which
            would significantly affect its scale and character and involve an unacceptable
            increase in building mass in this rural locality. The proposed height, and mass
            of the proposal is excessive and would be detrimental to the character of the
            area. The proposals would, therefore, be contrary to Policies GS5 and H16 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.:            066

PROPOSAL:            EXTENSION TO SIDE. EXTENSION TO EXISTING BALCONY TO PROVIDE
                     MEZZANINE FLOOR AND ROOF TERRACE. GREENHOUSE TO REAR AND
                     ASSOCIATED BALCONIES AND STAIRCASES. EARTHWORKS AND CHANGE
                     IN LEVELS TO FRONT AND REAR TO PROVIDE GARDEN TERRACE AREA
                     (AMENDED DESCRIPTION)

LOCATION:            Foxglen, Warren Lane, Priors Dean, Petersfield, GU321BN

REFERENCE NO: F.38899/001/FUL/PB                            PARISH: Colemore

APPLICANT:           Mr & Mrs Swiderski

CASE OFFICER:        Paul Bowman                            DATE REGISTERED: 20/01/2004



REFUSED for the following reasons:

1           (R05B) The application site lies within a rural area to which restrictive Planning
            Policies apply. The proposal represents an unacceptable cumulative addition to
            this property, which has been extended in the past, representing a 62.4 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           (R12Q) From the information available it cannot be shown that the earthwork's
            proposed can be accommodated in a manner that would not cause a detrimental
            impact upon the East Hampshire Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and
            proposed South Downs National Park and would be contrary to Policies C1-C3
            of the Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) and the General
            Strategy and Environmental Policies of the East Hampshire District Local Plan:
            First Review (Particularly policies GS5 and ENV1).

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.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           You are advised to contact the case officer named on the covering letter to
            discuss the possibility of submitting an amended application. If you paid a fee
            for this application then you may be exempt from a further fee if you resubmit
            your application within one year.




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Item No.:            067

PROPOSAL:            CONSERVATORY TO REAR, FIRST FLOOR EXTENSION OVER EXISTING
                     SINGLE STOREY, LOW FLINT WALL TO FRONT

LOCATION:            Nuneaton House, Church Street, East Meon, Petersfield, GU321NH

REFERENCE NO: F.21944/002/FUL/PB                             PARISH: East Meon

APPLICANT:           Mr & Mrs Nellist

CASE OFFICER:        Paul Bowman                             DATE REGISTERED: 20/01/2004



REFUSED for the following reason:

1           (R13B) The premises are a Grade II Listed Building and lie within a designated
            Conservation Area where the Planning Authority in accordance with its statutory
            duty is operating policies and guidelines which seek to preserve and enhance
            the character and appearance of such areas and buildings. From the proposed
            plans submitted it cannot be shown that the development (the internal
            alterations, first floor extension and front boundary wall) can be accommodated
            in a manner that would not be detrimental to the architectural integrity and visual
            amenities of this Listed Building and East Meon Conservation Area and would
            be contrary to Policy GS5 and the Environment Policies ENV 16- 17 and 19 of
            the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           You are advised to contact the case officer named on the covering letter to
            discuss the possibility of submitting an amended application. If you paid a fee
            for this application then you may be exempt from a further fee if you resubmit
            your application within one year.

2           The information provided is incomplete and contains discrepancies, therefore a
            clear and fair decision can not be reached at this stage - details/information
            related to wall at front of property; materials for conservatory; justification for
            moving door in sitting room; proposed window at first floor level (above existing
            French doors) is shown as 1200mm wide on plan but drawn 1800mm wide on
            elevation; existing door at position 'detail a' not indicated; existing oil tank, soil
            pipe and vents not indicated as existing nor their respective proposed locations.

            If a more complete application were to be made, The Planning Authority would
            look more favourably on the following:

            (i) The proposed first-storey extension and associated alterations. However, the
            proposed windows to the new bedroom should match those found in the
            existing bedroom in the southern corner. Also the existing brick quoins should
            remain to assist in differentiating between the original and new elements.
            (ii) Internal alterations to form the utility area.
            (iii) New window over kitchen sink; bathroom and on the first floor landing -
            subject to conditions and details.




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            With recommendations for the following proposals:

            (i) The repositioning of the door to the sitting room as it will lead to a conflict with
            the existing door at the end of the hall (which has been omitted from the existing
            drawing)
            (ii) The replacement of the four panel, partly glazed single leaf door and arched
            fanlight with the double doors as shown on detail A.
            (iii) The proposed wall at the front of the building due to possible conflicts with
            the highway - this should be clarified with the Highways department.

            More details and information would be required regarding the conservatory
            before making comment.


Item No.:           068

PROPOSAL:            CONSERVATORY TO REAR, FIRST FLOOR EXTENSION OVER EXISTING
                     SINGLE STOREY, LOW FLINT WALL TO FRONT

LOCATION:            Nuneaton House, Church Street, East Meon, Petersfield, GU321NH

REFERENCE NO: F.21944/003/LBC/PB                              PARISH: East Meon

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs Nellist

CASE OFFICER:       Paul Bowman                               DATE REGISTERED: 20/01/2004



REFUSED for the following reason:

1           (R13B) The premises are a Grade II Listed Building and lie within a designated
            Conservation Area where the Planning Authority in accordance with its statutory
            duty is operating policies and guidelines which seek to preserve and enhance
            the character and appearance of such areas and buildings. From the proposed
            plans submitted it cannot be shown that the development (the internal
            alterations, first floor extension and front boundary wall) can be accommodated
            in a manner that would not be detrimental to the architectural integrity and visual
            amenities of this Listed building and East Meon Conservation Area and would be
            contrary to Policy GS5 and the Environment Policies ENV16 - 17 and 19 of the
            East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           You are advised to contact the case officer named on the covering letter to
            discuss the possibility of submitting an amended application. If you paid a fee
            for this application then you may be exempt from a further fee if you resubmit
            your application within one year.




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2           The information provided is incomplete and contains discrepancies, therefore a
            clear and fair decision can not be reached at this stage - details/information
            related to wall at front of property; materials for conservatory; justification for
            moving door in sitting room; proposed window at first floor level (above existing
            French doors) is shown as 1200mm wide on plan but drawn 1800mm wide on
            elevation; existing door at position 'detail a' not indicated; existing oil tank, soil
            pipe and vents not indicated as existing nor their respective proposed locations.

            If a more complete application were to be made, The Planning Authority would
            look more favourably on the following:

            (i) The proposed first-storey extension and associated alterations. However, the
            proposed windows to the new bedroom should match those found in the
            existing bedroom in the southern corner. Also the existing brick quoin's should
            remain to assist in differentiating between the original and new elements.
            (ii) Internal alterations to form the utility area.
            (iii) New window over kitchen sink; bathroom and on the first floor landing -
            subject to conditions and details.

            With recommendations for the following proposals:

            (i) The repositioning of the door to the sitting room as it will lead to a conflict with
            the existing door at the end of the hall (which has been omitted from the existing
            drawing)
            (ii) The replacement of the four panel, partly glazed single leaf door and arched
            fanlight with the double doors as shown on detail A.
            (iii) The proposed wall at the front of the building due to possible conflicts with
            the highway - this should be clarified with the Highways department.

            More details and information would be required regarding the conservatory
            before making comment.


Item No.:           069

PROPOSAL:            REPLACEMENT GARDEN STORE/GARAGE WITH GAMES ROOM

LOCATION:            Cobwebs, 43a, North Lane, Buriton, Petersfield, GU315RS

REFERENCE NO: F.27955/008/FUL/JR                              PARISH: Buriton

APPLICANT:          Mr and Mrs A Muir

CASE OFFICER:       Joanne Riley                              DATE REGISTERED: 22/12/2003



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           (E02) 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.

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, residential, commercial or industrial purposes.
            Reason It is considered that the building is unsuitable because of its location for
            such uses.

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


Item No.:            070

PROPOSAL:            SINGLE STOREY SIDE EXTENSION

LOCATION:            10 Highfield Gardens, Liss, GU337NQ

REFERENCE NO: F.37674/002/FUL/JN                            PARISH: Liss

APPLICANT:           Mr J F Kelly

CASE OFFICER:        Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 21/01/2004



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           (E03) 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.:           071

PROPOSAL:            DORMER TO REAR AND ALTERATION TO ROOF

LOCATION:            25 Western Road, Liss, GU337AG

REFERENCE NO: F.38535/001/FUL/JN                           PARISH: Liss

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs Waine

CASE OFFICER:       Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 21/01/2004



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           (E03) 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.


Item No.:           072

PROPOSAL:            CONSERVATORY TO REAR

LOCATION:            21 Valley Park Drive, Clanfield, Waterlooville, PO8 0PB

REFERENCE NO: F.35484/001/FUL/JN                           PARISH: Clanfield

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs Thomas

CASE OFFICER:       Jan Nicholson                          DATE REGISTERED: 22/01/2004



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           (E03) 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.


Item No.:            073

PROPOSAL:            CONVERSION OF GARAGE WITH PITCHED ROOF AND DORMER WINDOW

LOCATION:            Tichborne Cottage, 1 Lower Green Cottages, Hawkley, Liss, GU336NW

REFERENCE NO: F.38353/001/FUL/JR                            PARISH: Hawkley

APPLICANT:           Mr & Mrs Mullins

CASE OFFICER:        Joanne Riley                           DATE REGISTERED: 22/12/2003



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           (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, residential, commercial or industrial purposes.
            Reason It is considered that the building is unsuitable because of its location for
            such uses.

4           (D08) Occupation of the extension hereby permitted shall be restricted to
            use as additional accommodation in connection with the existing dwelling at the
            site from which it shall not be let, 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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5           (E01) 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.


Item No.:           074

PROPOSAL:           THREE TERRACED HOUSES AFTER DEMOLITION OF CHAPEL, CONVERT
                    FORGE HOUSE TO THREE HOUSES WITH ALTERATIONS AND NEW
                    DORMER, ASSOCIATED PARKING

LOCATION:           Forge House, Mill Road, Liss, GU337DX

REFERENCE NO: F.23350/007/FUL/JP                          PARISH: Liss

APPLICANT:          Mr G Evans

CASE OFFICER:       Jon Parsons                          DATE REGISTERED: 15/01/2004



WITHDRAWN for the following reason:

1           (UNQ1) Application withdrawn at applicant's request - facsimile dated 9 March
            2004.


Item No.:           075

PROPOSAL:           FOUR BEDROOMED HOUSE AND GARAGE FOLLOWING DEMOLITON OF
                    BUNGALOW

LOCATION:           149 White Dirt Lane, Waterlooville, PO8 0TL

REFERENCE NO: F.37990//FUL/JR                             PARISH: Horndean

APPLICANT:          Mr and Mrs S Allen

CASE OFFICER:       Joanne Riley                         DATE REGISTERED: 02/01/2004



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   (E01) 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   (H54A) Notwithstanding the provisions of the Town and Country Planning
    (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 (or any Order revoking and re-
    enacting that Order) no means of access other than that shown on the approved
    plans shall be formed to the site, without the prior approval of the Planning
    Authority in writing.
    Reason In the interests of highway safety.

4   (L02) A detailed landscape scheme must be submitted to and be approved in
    writing by the Planning Authority before any works on site are commenced. This
    scheme shall include the following details:-
    a. location, condition and species of all existing trees with a stem diameter of
    100mm or greater;
    b. position and species of hedgerows and other vegetation to be retained;
    c. planting plans should include schedules of trees and plants, their species,
    planting sizes, numbers and densities;
    d. areas to be turfed or grass seeded;
    e. implementation timetable.
    Reason In the interests of the visual amenities of the locality and to enable
    proper consideration to be given to the impact of the proposed development on
    existing trees.

5   (D21) The garage 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 location for
    such uses.

6   (D13) The first floor window in the east elevation of the dwelling extension
    hereby permitted shall be glazed with obscure glass. It shall be retained at all
    times and shall not at any time be replaced by clear glazing.
    Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential
    property (properties).

7   (H3X) Details of the provisions to be made for the parking and turning on site of
    operatives and construction vehicles during the construction period shall be
    submitted to and approved by the Planning Authority in writing and fully
    implemented before development commences. Such measures shall be
    retained for the duration of the construction period.
    Reason In the interests of highway safety.




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Item No.:           076

PROPOSAL:            TWO BEDROOM BUNGALOW WITH NEW ACCESS AND HARDSTANDING.

LOCATION:            207 Greenfield Crescent, Waterlooville, PO8 9ER

REFERENCE NO: F.33000/001/FUL/JR                            PARISH: Horndean

APPLICANT:          Mr N J Swift

CASE OFFICER:       Joanne Riley                            DATE REGISTERED: 01/10/2003



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           (E01) 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           (ST8) The development hereby permitted shall be completed in accordance with
            the approved plans and specifications as amended. 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.

4           (L19) The existing hedges along the Greenfield Crescent and Mapletree Avenue
            boundaries of the site shall be retained and enhanced following completion of
            the development. No walls, fences, gates or other means of enclosure shall be
            erected adjacent to these boundaries except with the prior consent in writing of
            the Planning Authority.
            Reason To preserve the visual amenity of the area.

5           (H54D) (1) 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 33 metres provided and
            maintained at all times.
            Reason To provide satisfactory access.

6           (H54K) (1) 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           (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.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           The applicant is advised that before any works to the highway are undertaken
            that consent of the County Highway Authority is required and the relevant
            consent should be sought from the Area Surveyor, Hampshire County Council,
            The Old College, College Street, Petersfield, Hants GU31 4AG. (Telephone
            01730 266411).

2           Please note that there is a Section 106 Agreement that applies to this
            permission.


Item No.:           077

PROPOSAL:           DETACHED BUILDING FOR USE AS DRAMA OFFICE

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

REFERENCE NO: F.20100/055/FUL/SM                          PARISH: Steep

APPLICANT:           Bedales School

CASE OFFICER:       Sarah Marr                            DATE REGISTERED: 19/01/2004



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           (E01) 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.

            For avoidance of doubt these are expected to reflect the materials proposed on
            the application form.



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Item No.:           078

PROPOSAL:           DEMOLITION OF FORMER CHAPEL ADJACENT FORGE HOUSE

LOCATION:           Forge House, Mill Road, Liss, GU337DX

REFERENCE NO: F.23350/008/CAC/JP                          PARISH: Liss

APPLICANT:          Mr G Evans

CASE OFFICER:       Jon Parsons                           DATE REGISTERED: 14/11/2003



WITHDRAWN for the following reason:

1           (UNQ1) Application withdrawn at applicant's request - letter dated 9 March 2004.



Item No.:           079

PROPOSAL:           15 METRE CYPRESS TREE TELECOMMUNICATIONS TOWER, EQUIPMENT
                    CABIN AND FENCE (T-MOBILE)

LOCATION:           Land to the west of, Farnham Road, Liss, GU336JZ

REFERENCE NO: F.38710//TELF/SM                            PARISH: Liss

APPLICANT:           T- Mobile UK Ltd

CASE OFFICER:       Sarah Marr                            DATE REGISTERED: 20/01/2004



REFUSED for the following reason:

1           (R02A) The proposal constitutes an unacceptable intrusion of development into
            the Countryside to the detriment of the East Hampshire Area of Outstanding
            Natural Beauty and proposed South Downs National Park and contrary to
            Policies C1-C3, E7 and TC1 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, ENV1,
            PS6).

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           You are advised to contact the case officer named on the covering letter to
            discuss the possibility of submitting an amended application. If you paid a fee
            for this application then you may be exempt from a further fee if you resubmit
            your application within one year.


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Item No.:           080

PROPOSAL:           ALTERATIONS TO RAISE ROOF INCLUDING DORMERS, SLOPING ROOF TO
                    PORCH AND CONSERVATORY

LOCATION:           117 Frogmore Lane, Waterlooville, PO8 9RD

REFERENCE NO: F.38749//FUL/JR                             PARISH: Horndean

APPLICANT:          Mr & Mrs T Jolliffe

CASE OFFICER:       Joanne Riley                          DATE REGISTERED: 20/01/2004



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           (E02) 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.

3           (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.


Item No.:           081

PROPOSAL:           OUTLINE - AGRICULTURAL DWELLING

LOCATION:           Ragmore Farm, Froxfield, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU321DE

REFERENCE NO: F.24283/005/OUT/JP                          PARISH: Froxfield

APPLICANT:          M & P Ellis

CASE OFFICER:       Jon Parsons                           DATE REGISTERED: 21/03/2000



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1              (UNQ1) This application was originally submitted in February 2000 and although
               the Planning Authority resolved that subject to a Section 106 agreement
               planning permission was authorised the applicants have failed to conclude the
               necessary agreement despite numerous extensions of time. The Planning
               Authority set a final deadline to conclude the agreement on the 14 February
               2004. The agreement has not been completed and therefore the Planning
               Authority are taking no further action with this application. In the event that the
               applicants wish to resurrect the proposal a new application will be required and it
               should be accompanied by a Section 106 agreement signed by the required
               parties.


Item No.                           082

PROPOSAL:                         INTERNAL ALTERATIONS - REMOVAL OF BENCH SEATING, LEVEL
                                  AUDITORIUM AND STAGE FLOORS, REINSTATEMENT OF GREEN
                                  ROOM AND LINK TO LIBRARY LOBBY

LOCATION:                         Lupton Hall, Bedales School, Church Road, Steep, Petersfield, GU322DG

REFERENCE NO.                      F.20100/054/LBC/ SM                       PARISH:        Steep

APPLICANT:                          Bedales School

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    19/12/2003

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REFUSED for the following reason:

1.         (UNQ1) The application does not provide sufficient information to determine whether the
           proposals would have a detrimental or harmful affect on the character and integrity of this
           Grade I listed building. The proposal therefore does not conform with Policy E18 of the
           Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (review), Policies GS5, and ENV15 – ENV19 of
           the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review and the aims and objectives of PPG15
           (Planning and the Historic Environment).

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.     The applicant is advised to consider the comments of the statutory consultees before
       submitting any additional listed building applications. Full details and plans would be expected
       to accompany any further applications.
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Item No.                           083

PROPOSAL:                         OUTLINE - MASTERPLAN PROPOSALS FOR BEDALES ESTATE
                                  (TRAFFIC ASSESSMENT RECEIVED 1/3/04)

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

REFERENCE NO.                      F.20100/056/OUT/ SM                       PARISH:         Steep

APPLICANT:                          Bedales School

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    08/01/2004

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OUTLINE PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

1.         (UNQ1) Withdrawn in writing by the applicant's agent on 18 March pending discussions with
           Steep Parish Council, East Hampshire District Council and Hampshire County Council to agree
           revisions the masterplan, leading to an eventual resubmission of the application.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.         The applicant's attention is drawn to the obligations specified in Sections 4, 7 and 8 of the
           Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act 1970 as amended in 1976 and by the Disabled
           Persons Act, 1981 and also to British Standards Code of Practice for Access for the disabled to
           Buildings (BS.5810: 1979). Further guidance as to these requirements can be obtained from
           the Director of Social Services, Hampshire County Council, Trafalgar House, The Castle,
           Winchester, Hants SO23 8UJ (01962 841841), in Department of the Environment Development
           Control Policy Note No. 16 entitled "Access for the Disabled", and Department of the
           Environment approved document "Part m" which explains the requirements of "The Building
           Regulations 1991".

2.     The applicant is advised to undertake public consultation with the community and Parish of
       Steep, to consider alternative means of access into and out of the site, and any future
       requirements which may have an impact on traffic along Church Road.
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                             EAST HAMPSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL

                                   SOUTH PLANNING COMMITTEE

                         DECISIONS MADE UNDER DELEGATED POWERS

                                   MATTERS RELATING TO TREES

                                                                                         PC.75/2003
                                                                                        1 April 2004
SECTION V


Item No.:          001

PROPOSAL:          CROWN REDUCTION AND RESHAPING ON ONE CYPRESS

LOCATION:          22 The Green, Rowland's Castle, Hampshire PO9 6AB

REFERENCE NO: F.24705/018/CAT/AMP                      PARISH: Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:         Mrs Gillian Day

CASE OFFICER:      Adele Poulton                       DATE REGISTERED: 20/01/2004



NO OBJECTION to the reduction of the top crown by no more than 2m of one Cypress tree at 22, The
Green, Rowlands Castle.


Item No.:          002

PROPOSAL:          TO PRUNE ONE YEW TREE

LOCATION:          3 Tudor Cottages, 311 Catherington Lane, Horndean, Waterlooville, PO8 0TE

REFERENCE NO: F.33121/004/CAT/AMP                      PARISH: Horndean

APPLICANT:         Mrs V Howard

CASE OFFICER:      Adele Poulton                       DATE REGISTERED: 27/01/2004



NO OBJECTION to the crown raising of one Yew tree, by no more than 5m, at the rear of 3, Tudor
Cottages, 311 Catherington Lane, Catherington.




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Item No.:            004

PROPOSAL:            PRUNE ROW OF LEYLANDII

LOCATION:            17 The Green, Rowland's Castle, Hampshire PO9 6BW

REFERENCE NO: F.29506/021/CAT/AMP                            PARISH: Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:           R J Winnicott Ltd

CASE OFFICER:        Adele Poulton                           DATE REGISTERED: 27/01/2004



NO OBJECTION to the reduction in height by 1.5m and width by 0.75m of one row of Leylandii, growing
on the southern boundary of No. 11, The Green, Rowlands Castle.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1           The consent of the owner of the trees should be obtained prior to
            commencement of works.


Item No.:            005

PROPOSAL:            PRUNE ONE YEW TREE

LOCATION:            Common Land, Chiltlee Manor Estate, Liphook, GU307AY

REFERENCE NO: F.21549/028/TPO/AMP                            PARISH: Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:           Miss J Doubtfire

CASE OFFICER:        Adele Poulton                           DATE REGISTERED: 02/02/2004



CONSENT to crown lift one (1) Yew tree, identified as T2 of TPO (EH 74) 79, by no more than 1m. The
tree is situated on the eastern boundary of Chiltlee Manor Estates, Liphook, adjacent to No's 32-35,
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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                       EAST HAMPSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL

                     SOUTH & NORTH PLANNING COMMITTEES

                   REPORT OF THE HEAD OF PLANNING CONTROL
                                                             PC.75/2003
                                                            1 April 2004
SECTION VI – INFORMATION ON APPEALS




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(A)        APPEALS LODGED

South

1)    F.39317/FUL – Change of use from retail (A1) to residential, 26 The Square, LIPHOOK – Urmila
      Martingale (Written Representations)

2)    F.24393/007/OUT – Outline – three detached dwellings (amended siting to Plot 3 as per plans
      received 9 September 2003), 44 Chiltley Lane (Formerly Old Shepherds Farm), LIPHOOK – Mr T
      Harrison (Hearing)

3)    F.24073/004/FUL – Two storey rear extension (amended scheme), Field Farm Cottage,
      COLEMORE – Brian and Susan Nicholson (Written Representations)

4)    F.24541/006/FUL – Detached garage with games room above, 59 Links Lane, ROWLANDS
      CASTLE – Mr N K Maile (Written Representations)

5)    F.32276/005/FUL – Two storey rear extension (as amended by plans received 28/07/03), Mill
      Farm, GREATHAM – Mr & Mrs C Geffen (Written Representations)

North

1)    F.38672/FUL – Double gates and provision of parking area at front, 5 Chauntsinger Cottages,
      Church Street, ALTON – Miss A J Miller & Mr A Boosey (Written Representations)

2)    F.38672/001/CAC – Demolition of part of front wall, 5 Chauntsinger Cottages, Church Street,
      ALTON – Miss A J Miller & Mr A Boosey (Written Representations)

3)    F.21504/003/FUL – Detached dwelling with double garage (amended by plans received 30/01/04),
      South, Cherry Cottage, Barley Mow Hill, Headley Down (HEADLEY PARISH) – The Classic Home
      Company Limited (Written Representations)

4)    F.37580/003/FUL – Detached garage to front (amended description), White Gates, Crossways
      Road, GRAYSHOTT – Mrs Y Thorne (Written Representations)

5)    F.37214/001/FUL – Two-storey building to form 4 flats and alteration to access (as amended by
      plans received 16/09/03), Hillcot, Beech Hill, Headley Down (HEADLEY PARISH) – Fairmile
      Property Development Limited (Written Representations)

6)    F.27196/002/OUT – Outline – nine dwellings with associated access road, Land to rear of Red
      Bushes, Red Hill, MEDSTEAD – Sandbank Estates Ltd (Public Inquiry)

7)    F.36120/002/FUL – Detached dwelling with associated parking, 4 Alice Holt Cottages, Gravel Hill
      Road, Holt Pound, Farnham (BINSTED PARISH) – Mr & Mrs Brown (Written Representations)

8)    F.30677/002/FUL – Raising of roof of main dwelling and extension to east elevation and resiting of
      oil tank and retention of phone box, Middlefields, Stapley Lane, ROPLEY – Mr & Mrs Gray
      (Hearing)

9)    F.22486/002/FUL – Thirty four dwellings with garages, parking, access, landscaping and
      associated access road, South, Maplecombe, Upper Farringdon Road, Lower Farringdon
      (FARRINGDON PARISH) – Landford Homes (Public Inquiry)

10)   F.22486/003/FUL – 25 dwellings with garages, parking, access, landscaping and associated
      access road (as amended by plans received 26 November, 9 December and 24 December 2003),


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      South, Maplecombe, Upper Farringdon Road, Lower Farringdon (FARRINGDON PARISH) –
      Landford Homes (Public Inquiry)

11)   F.21727/010/FUL – Use of building A for B1 (Business), building B for B1/B8 (Business/storage)
      and building C for B8 (Storage), Wishanger Farm, Wishanger Lane, Churt, Farnham (HEADLEY
      PARISH) – Elsmore Construction (Hearing)

12)   F.21727/014/FUL – Three detached dwellings (to replace mobile homes) and demolition of
      redundant farm buildings (as amended by plan received 09/10/03), The Farm, Wishanger Lane,
      Churt, Farnham (HEADLEY PARISH) – Elsmore Construction (Hearing)

13)   F.31911/020/LBC – Re-positioning of two columns, Mill Court House, Mill Court, Upper Froyle
      (BINSTED PARISH) – Pageant Ltd (Written Representations)

(B)         APPEALS ALLOWED

North

1)    F.20662/036/FUL - Retrospective - siting of a marquee, Broxhead Trading Estate, Broxhead Farm
      Road, Lindford (HEADLEY PARISH) – Safety Autos Recovery (Hearing)

      Delegated decision

      The Inspector considered that the main issues are the effect of the proposal on:

      (a) the character and appearance of the surrounding area; and
      (b) highway safety and the free flow of traffic within the Broxhead Industrial Estate

      The marquee is rectangular in plan and has a gabled, shallow-pitched roof. It is supported on a
      metal framework and is covered in a dark green, plasticised fabric. It is located to the rear of a
      building that accommodates two motor trade businesses and is in use to store vehicles requiring
      attention. Cars and vans had previously been stored on the site in connection with the nearby
      businesses and the appellants explained that covered storage was required to prevent further
      deterioration of them while they were awaiting repair.

      From the entrance to the site the marquee is to all intents and purposes invisible, but from Lindford
      Road to the south of the estate it is possible to see the top of it behind a fence and a mobile home.
      It is thus not a significant feature in the landscape and the Council acknowledged that its principal
      concern was that the nature of the structure was such that it would be liable to deteriorate more
      rapidly than a traditionally constructed building and become unsightly. However, the framework of
      the marquee appeared to be substantial and the appellants pointed out that the repair or
      replacement of the fabric would not, in itself, comprise development requiring planning permission,
      provided that the external appearance was not materially affected. Given the inconspicuous
      location of the marquee, he did not consider the Council’s fears to be well-founded.

      He concluded that the proposal would not be harmful to the character and appearance of the
      surrounding area,

      Turning to the second issue, the multiplicity of businesses on the estate, most of which are vehicle
      related and the comparatively-limited space available along the access road means that parking
      spaces are at a premium for much of the working day. He found, however, that the impact on the
      overall availability of parking of the appeal proposal would be limited. Since the marquee is
      located some way from the entrance and is intended to serve a purpose which would not in itself
      generate a greater requirement for parking, he did not consider that it would result in additional
      highway dangers for this reason.


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      In addition, with the removal of structures adjacent to the repair workshop, it would be possible to
      provide manoeuvring and turning space for a car in the area between the repair workshop and the
      marquee, together with 3 parking spaces and a visibility splay of 2m x 45m towards the site
      entrance. Given the relatively infrequent need to access the vehicles in the marquee, in his
      judgement, the provision of the splay and turning area would be sufficient to ensure that the
      proposal would not compromise the safety of drivers and pedestrians in the area around it. He
      concluded that the proposal would not be harmful to highway safety.

(C)         APPEALS DISMISSED

South

1)    F.34953/003/EODC – Appeal against enforcement notice – unauthorised erection of fence over 1
      metre adjacent to highway, 2 Ridge Cottage, London Road, PETERSFIELD

      Delegated decision

      The appeal proceeded on ground (f).

      Ground (f): that the steps required by the notice to be taken, or the activities required by the notice
      to cease, exceed what is necessary to remedy any breach of planning control.

      The Inspector noted that the site was in a rural location. The appeal fence was made from close-
      boarded timber and was more than 2m high. The Inspector found that from the road the fence hid
      most of the house and had an unduly severe, over-dominating and forbidding, appearance. The
      Inspector stated that it was most damaging to the rural character of its surroundings.

      The Inspector found that if the fence was reduced in height, to no more than 1m, then this
      unacceptable aspect of its appearance would be overcome. It would make the fence far less
      severe. A reduced height (not more than 1m high next to a highway) would be permitted
      development under General Permitted Development Order 1995, Schedule 2, Part 2, Minor
      Operations so planning permission would not be required for its retention. Ground (f) succeeded.
      The Inspector varied the requirements of the notice by deleting the paragraph and substituting the
      words; “reduce the height of the fence, (including any sections which act as gates) identified on the
      enforcement notice, to no more than one metre high between the points x – x on the plan attached
      to the enforcement notice”.

      The Inspector dismissed the appeal and upheld the Enforcement Notice with variations.




North

1)    F.23234/008/LBC - Retention of windows on front elevation, installation of clay chimney pot,
      removal of plastic coating from front elevation, repairs to brick fractures and lime wash, Eight Bells,
      Church Street, ALTON – Mr P Troubridge (Written Representations)

      Delegated decision




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     The Inspector considered that the main issue concerned the effect of the proposal on the special
     interest of the public house as a Grade II Listed Building, having also in mind that the building
     stands in the Alton Conservation Area.

     He considered that the present fenestration appears crude, despite the units’ bespoke
     manufacture. The windows are heavily detailed with thick transoms, jambs and glazing bars and
     with crudely applied architrave. In all these respects they contrast most insensitively with the
     otherwise appealing simplicity of the façade, as well as destroying the visual harmony.

     Having in mind its prominent position in the conservation area and the discordant appearance of
     the building which resulted from these works, he considered that the alterations have also harmed
     the appearance of that area, that the windows seriously detract from the special architectural and
     historic interest of the listed building and that their retention would fail to preserve or enhance the
     appearance of the Alton Conservation Area.

2)   F.38099/EODC – Appeal against Enforcement Notice – without planning permission, retention of
     shed, The Acorns, Wyck Lane, East Worldham, (WORLDHAM PARISH) – Mr C V Pretty (Written
     Representations)

     Delegated decision

     The appeal proceeded on grounds (a), and (f).

     Ground (a): that planning permission ought to be granted for the development which is the subject
     of the notice.

     The appeal site is situated within the Area of Special Landscape Quality (ASLQ) that lies to the
     north of East Hampshire Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Inspector found that because of
     its siting well above the roadway, the building appeared especially prominent in its attractive,
     mainly wooded, setting. The Inspector considered that even a subordinate domestic outbuilding in
     its finished state on this site, but perched on top of a steep bank and towering above the rural
     seclusion of an ancient land in a well-wooded ASLQ, would over-dominate its surroundings in this
     particular location. The Inspector found the building looked seriously out of place in its present
     form and would remain an unacceptably obtrusive feature in its rural setting when completed.

     In considering whether to grant planning permission for the development, the Inspector considered
     the effect on the setting of a listed building. The Inspector found that the unauthorised structure in
     its finished form would have a neutral impact upon the setting of “Old House Farm” and would be
     acceptable in those terms.

     The Inspector concluded that building would continue to cause unacceptable harm to the character
     of the ASLQ and the setting of the ancient track way Shellyes Lane, contrary to adopted Local Plan
     policies ENV2 and RT12. Ground (a) appeal failed.

     Ground (f): that the steps required by the notice to be taken, or the activities required by the notice
     to cease, exceed what is necessary to remedy any breach of planning control.
     The appellant argued that the removal of the building’s base was excessive since its break up
     could cause more harm to the root system of preserved trees than leaving the base intact. The
     Inspector found that because of the steepness of the bank, over which the structure is in part
     erected, the projecting concrete base appeared an alien element in its natural setting. It would
     continue to cause unacceptable harm to amenity, even if, as originally proposed, it would to be
     faced in red bricks. Ground (f) appeal failed.




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      The Inspector conceded that protecting the trees’ root systems during the break-up of the base
      could make this part of the removal of the unauthorised structure time-consuming. The Inspector
      extended the period for compliance with the requirements of the enforcement notice to six months,
      even though no ground (g) was lodged.

      The Inspector upheld the enforcement notice with variations and refused to grant planning
      permission on the deemed application.

(D)        CONFIRMATION OF ARRANGEMENTS

North

1a)   F.22486/001/FUL - Sixteen dwellings with garages and associated access (as amended by plans
      received 9/06/03 and 30/06/03), South, Maplecombe, Upper Farringdon Road, Lower Farringdon
      (FARRINGDON PARISH) – Landford Homes Application referred to First Secretary of State
      (Public Inquiry)
1b)   F.22486/002/FUL - Thirty four dwellings with garages, parking, access, landscaping and
      associated access road, South, Maplecombe, Upper Farringdon Road, Lower Farringdon,
      (FARRINGDON PARISH) – Landford Homes (Public Inquiry)
1c)   F.22486/003/FUL - 25 dwellings with garages, parking, access, landscaping and associated
      access road (as amended by plans received 26 November, 9 December and 24 December 2003),
      South, Maplecombe, Upper Farringdon Road, Lower Farringdon (FARRINGDON PARISH) –
      Landford Homes (Public Inquiry)
      20 April 2004 at Four Marks Village Hall, Lymington Bottom, Four Marks commencing at 10:00am
      and lasting for 3 days.

2)    F.37887/001/FUL - Two storey dwelling, detached double garage and store after demolition of
      existing dwelling, outbuildings and workshop, Foxhanger, Bacon Lane, Churt (HEADLEY PARISH)
      – Elsmore Construction (Hearing)
      20 April 2004 at The Meadow Room, Kingsley Village Centre, Main Road, Kingsley commencing at
      10:00am.

(E)        APPLICATIONS FOR COSTS AT HEARINGS AND INQUIRIES

North

1)    F.20662/036/FUL - Retrospective - siting of a marquee, Broxhead Trading Estate, Broxhead Farm
      Road, Lindford (HEADLEY PARISH) – Safety Autos Recovery (Hearing)
      The application is allowed in part in the terms set out in the Formal Decisions and Costs Order.

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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