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					                                         EAST HAMPSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL

                                           SOUTH PLANNING SUB-COMMITTEE

                        DECISIONS OF THE HEAD OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

                                               UNDER DELEGATED POWERS

                                                                                                                           D.114/2000
                                                                                                                  nd
                                                                                                                2      November 2000
SECTION IV


Item No.                           01

PROPOSAL:                         TWO-STOREY SIDE EXTENSION

LOCATION:                         166 Forest Road, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 7BX

REFERENCE NO.                      F.33853/001/FUL                      PARISH:          Liss

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs M Stoker

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    09/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

2.       (E1) Before development commences samples of all external facing and roofing materials
     shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority.
      Reason To ensure that the materials used in the construction of the approved development
      harmonise with the surroundings.
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Item No.                           02

PROPOSAL:                         TWENTY TWO RETIREMENT HOUSING UNITS WITH GARAGING,
                                  PARKING AND A SWIMMING PAVILION. PRIVATE AND PUBLIC OPEN
                                  SPACE AND LANDSCAPING.

LOCATION:                         Land at North Road, Petersfield, Hants

REFERENCE NO.                      F.34267/001/FUL                       PARISH:         Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Beechcroft Developments Ltd.

CASE OFFICER:                      Julia Mansi             DATE REGISTERED:                    31/07/2000

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REFUSED for the following reasons:

1.       (R1A) The proposed development would be an undesirable extension of development beyond
         the Settlement Policy Boundary of Petersfield which if permitted would be seriously detrimental
         to the visual amenity and character of the locality contrary to the Urban Regeneration, Housing
         and Environment Policies of the Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review)
         (particularly Policies UB1, UB3, H1 and E17) and the General Strategy Policies of the East
         Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review (particularly Policies GS1, GS2 and GS5).

2.       (R2A) The proposed housing constitutes an unacceptable development of an open area of land
         between urban areas at Petersfield that links to the countryside to the north. The loss of a
         substantial part of this open area to housing would be to the detriment of the East Hampshire
         Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and contrary to the Environment Policies of the Hampshire
         County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) (particularly Policy E7) and the General Strategy and
         Environment Policies of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review (particularly
         Policies GS1, GS3, ENV1 and ENV7)

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

4.       (R10B) The frontage of the application site lies opposite a designated Conservation Area and
         the submitted application plans and details show conflicting proposals for vehicular access. In
         the opinion of the Planning Authority these conflicting plans for vehicular access fail to
         satisfactorily demonstrate that the proposal would preserve or enhance the Conservation Area.
         As a result it is considered that the proposal would be contrary to the Urban Regeneration and
         Environment Policies of the Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) (particularly
         policies UB3 and E17) and the General Strategy (GS5) and Environment Policies (ENV15 and
         ENV19) of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

5.       (R12Q) From the information available, which shows two different access proposals to Station
         Road, it has not been shown that the development can be accommodated in a manner that
         would not cause increased danger and inconvenience to highway users. The proposal is
         therefore contrary to Policy T5 of the Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) and
         Policy GS5 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.



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

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

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

9.     (UNQ4) In the opinion of the Planning Authority the proposed development by reason of its
       scale, design, proximity and loss of space in the streetscene would result in a harmful impact to
       the adjacent Conservation Area and listed buildings and would, as a result, fail to enhance and
       preserve the Conservation Area. As such the proposal is considered contrary to Policies E17 and
       E18 of the Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) and Policies ENV15 and
       ENV19 of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.    You are advised that reason for refusal no 8 has been included in view of the Environment
      Agency's objection to the proposal and because the Planning Authority have applied a
      precautionary approach, as advocated in the DETR Consultation paper "Planning Policy
      Guidance Development and Flood Risk" April 2000, as it appears that the risk has not been
      assessed.

2.   You are further advised that the Highway Authority would wish to see the provision of a 3m wide
     cycleway through the site to link North Road to the railway bridge to the north and that this is
     seen as necessary to meet the principles of transport policy in PPG 13 "Transport" and the
     District Council's adopted cycle plan and the Petersfield Transportation Study.
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Item No.                           03

PROPOSAL:                         RENEWAL OF TEMPORARY PERMISSION FOR MOBILE CRUSHING AND
                                  SCREENING PLANT FOR RECYCLING CONSTRUCTION WASTES.

LOCATION:                         Butser Hill Lime Works Ltd, Butser Hill, Buriton, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31
                                  5SP

REFERENCE NO.                      F.20552/029/CMA                           PARISH:           Buriton

APPLICANT:                         George Ewan Ltd

CASE OFFICER:                      Adrian Arnold                 DATE REGISTERED:                    04/08/2000

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OBJECTION
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Item No.                           04

PROPOSAL:                         SINGLE STOREY EXTENSION AND CONSERVATORY TO SIDE, TWO
                                  BEDROOMS AND BATHROOM IN ROOFSPACE - TO BE LIT BY
                                  ROOFLIGHTS, AND ADDITIONAL SECOND FLOOR WINDOWS ON
                                  FRONT AND REAR ELEVATIONS. (AMENDED DESCRIPTION) (AS
                                  AMENDED BY LETTER AND PLANS RECEIVED 07/08/00)

LOCATION:                         Stonerdale, 5 Church Road, Steep, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32 2DW

REFERENCE NO.                      F.26904/001/FUL                       PARISH:         Steep

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs S Greenhalgh

CASE OFFICER:                      Mike Mansell            DATE REGISTERED:                    15/05/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

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

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



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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 4.5m 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.                           05

PROPOSAL:                         SUMMER HOUSE

LOCATION:                         42b Heath Road, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31 4EH

REFERENCE NO.                      F.25004/002/FUL                       PARISH:         Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mrs J Palmer

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    31/07/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

2.       (E2) Before development commences on site details of all external facing and roofing
         materials (specifically colour) 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.       (D11) Notwithstanding the provisions of Part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country
         Planning (General Permitted Development) Order, 1995 (or any Order revoking and re-enacting
         that Order) no window(s) or door(s) shall at any time be inserted in the western elevation (facing
         the boundary with No. 42a and No. 44a) of the summer house hereby permitted without the prior
         written consent of the Planning Authority.
         Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential properties.

4.       (D21) The summer house 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. For the avoidance of doubt, 'no other purpose' includes commercial use or
     use as habitable accommodation.
      Reason It is considered that the building is unsuitable because of its form/position/location for
      such uses and to maintain planning control in the interests of amenity.
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Item No.                           06

PROPOSAL:                         HALF TILE HUNG REAR EXTENSION TO MATCH EXISTING

LOCATION:                         Quarry Cottage, Passfield Road, Passfield, Liphook, Hampshire, GU30 7RU

REFERENCE NO.                      F.25906/005/LBC                       PARISH:         Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs Godwin

CASE OFFICER:                      Mike Mansell            DATE REGISTERED:                    09/08/2000

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CONSENT subject to the following conditions:

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

2.       (E4) The tile to be used shall match as closely as possible in type, colour and texture those used
     on the existing building.
      Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and
      existing developments.
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Item No.                           07

PROPOSAL:                         FIRST FLOOR EXTENSION TO SIDE AND REAR

LOCATION:                         23 The Spain, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32 3JZ

REFERENCE NO.                      F.30974/002/FUL                       PARISH:         Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs D Ramsay

CASE OFFICER:                      Mike Mansell            DATE REGISTERED:                    16/05/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

2.       (E4) The (brick/rooftile/external wall finish) to be used shall match as closely as possible in type,
         colour and texture that used on the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and
         existing development.




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3.       (D13) The first floor bathroom window in the rear 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.

4.       (D11) Notwithstanding the provisions of Part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country
         Planning (General Permitted Development) Order, 1995 (or any Order revoking and re-enacting
         that Order) no additional window(s) shall at any time be inserted in the rear 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.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.   Details of the foundations and any works to the wall of the car park must be agreed with the
     Authority's Engineering Services Manager.
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Item No.                           08

PROPOSAL:                         INSTALLATION OF AUTOMATIC TELLER MACHINE

LOCATION:                         16 Station Road, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 7DT

REFERENCE NO.                      F.32496/002/FUL                       PARISH:         Liss

APPLICANT:                         Nationwide Building Society

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    16/08/2000

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APPROVAL subject to the following conditions:

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

2.       (E3) The external materials to be used in the front door shall match, as closely as possible, in
     type, colour and texture those of the existing door and the marine ply in the space between the
     teller and window frame shall be painted a colour to match the existing plinths.
      Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
      existing developments.
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Item No.                           09

PROPOSAL:                         DEMOLISH SINGLE-STOREY EXTENSION AND REPLACE WITH TWO-
                                  STOREY EXTENSION

LOCATION:                         7 Broadlands Cottages Town Lane, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32 2AG

REFERENCE NO.                      F.31700/002/FUL                       PARISH:         Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr J Hill

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    04/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

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

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
      texture those of the existing building.
      Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
      existing developments.
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Item No.                           10

PROPOSAL:                         FIRST FLOOR EXTENSION TO REAR

LOCATION:                         2 Rockpit Cottages Rake Road, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 7HB

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35687/FUL                   PARISH:           Liss

APPLICANT:                         Mr G Lawrie

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    17/07/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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



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

3.       (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 first floor of the north-east
     or south-west 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.
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Item No.                           11

PROPOSAL:                         FRONT PORCH, SINGLE STOREY EXTENSION TO REAR,
                                  CONSERVATORY TO SIDE

LOCATION:                         74 Andlers Ash Road, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 7LR

REFERENCE NO.                      F.21012/002/FUL                       PARISH:         Liss

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs B Hutchence

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    15/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

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

3.       (E1) Before development commences samples of all external facing and roofing materials
     shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority.
      Reason To ensure that the materials used in the construction of the approved development
      harmonise with the surroundings.
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Item No.                           12

PROPOSAL:                         SINGLE STOREY EXTENSION

LOCATION:                         Kinvara, The Mead, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 7DU

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35784/FUL                   PARISH:           Liss

APPLICANT:                         Miss F Bowes

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    23/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following condition:

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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Item No.                           13

PROPOSAL:                         CONSERVATORY TO REAR

LOCATION:                         Tarvonga, Hill Brow Road, Liss, Hampshire, GU33

REFERENCE NO.                      F.32302/004/FUL                       PARISH:         Liss

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs W L Pike

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    30/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

2.       (E2) Before development commences on site details of all external facing and roofing
      materials shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority.
      Reason To ensure that the materials used in the construction of the development harmonise
      with its surroundings.
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Item No.                           14

PROPOSAL:                         NON-ILLUMINATED SHOP FASCIA SIGN

LOCATION:                         2 College Street, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31 4AD

REFERENCE NO.                      F.31209/001/ADV                           PARISH:           Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Atmosphere

CASE OFFICER:                      Chris Lyons             DATE REGISTERED:                    07/08/2000

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CONSENT subject to the following condition:

1.       (V1) The sign(s) shall be displayed in strict accordance with the plan(s) and specifications
      hereby approved.
      Reason In the interests of both amenity and highway safety.
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Item No.                           15

PROPOSAL:                         SINGLE-STOREY REAR EXTENSION AND DETACHED GARAGE

LOCATION:                         18 Sunderton Lane, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35773/FUL                   PARISH:           Clanfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs J Milford

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    18/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

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

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




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4.       (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. For the avoidance of doubt, 'no other
         purpose' includes use as habitable accommodation.
         Reason To maintain planning control in the interests of amenity.

5.       (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied a minimum of 3 car parking spaces shall
     be provided within the curtilage of the site and thereafter maintained and kept available for the
     parking of vehicles.
      Reason To ensure adequate car parking provision within the site in accordance with the adopted
      standards of the Planning Authority.
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Item No.                           16

PROPOSAL:                         CONSERVATORY TO REAR

LOCATION:                         14 Teal Close, Horndean, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8 9VF

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35761/FUL                   PARISH:           Horndean

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs A Spinks

CASE OFFICER:                      Mike Mansell            DATE REGISTERED:                    15/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following condition:

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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Item No.                           17

PROPOSAL:                         10 METRE HIGH TELECOMMUNICATIONS POLE AND ASSOCIATED
                                  EQUIPMENT CABINETS TO REPLACE EXISTING.

LOCATION:                         Land off Greenway Lane, south of Ramsdean Lane, Buriton, Petersfield,
                                  Hampshire

REFERENCE NO.                      F.33769/002/FUL                       PARISH:         Buriton

APPLICANT:                         Orange PCS Ltd

CASE OFFICER:                      Julia Mansi             DATE REGISTERED:                    16/06/2000

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WITHDRAWN
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Item No.                           18

PROPOSAL:                         PITCHED ROOF TO GARAGE

LOCATION:                         Mayerling, Huntsbottom Lane, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 7EU

REFERENCE NO.                      F.25466/009/FUL                       PARISH:         Liss

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs Langton

CASE OFFICER:                      Julia Mansi             DATE REGISTERED:                    17/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

2.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
      texture those of the existing building.
      Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
      existing developments.
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Item No.                           19

PROPOSAL:                         CONSERVATORY TO REAR

LOCATION:                         128 Longmoor Road, Liphook, Hampshire, GU30 7NZ

REFERENCE NO.                      F.25842/003/FUL                       PARISH:         Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mrs J Haigh

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    16/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

2.       (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.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
      texture those of the existing building.
      Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
      existing developments.
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Item No.                           20

PROPOSAL:                         GARAGE EXTENSION

LOCATION:                         4 White Beam Rise, Clanfield, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8 0LQ

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35728/FUL                   PARISH:           Clanfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs Gray

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    15/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

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

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

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

5.       (D21) The building hereby permitted shall be used only for purposes incidental to the enjoyment
     of the dwelling house and for no other purpose including business, commercial or industrial
     purposes. For the avoidance of doubt, 'no other purpose' includes use as habitable
     accommodation.
      Reason It is considered that the building is unsuitable because of its form/position/location for
      such uses.
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Item No.                           21

PROPOSAL:                         ADDITION OF CONSERVATORY

LOCATION:                         Byden Court, Thieves Lane, Clanfield, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8 0PY

REFERENCE NO.                      F.29670/005/FUL                       PARISH:         Clanfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr AM & Mrs JE Askew

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    24/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

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

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
      texture those of the existing building.
      Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
      existing developments.
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Item No.                           22

PROPOSAL:                         CHANGE OF USE OF LAND TO ALL WEATHER RIDING ARENA (AS
                                  AMENDED BY PLANS RECEIVED 19/09/00)

LOCATION:                         Sunnyfield, East Meon Road, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8 0RR

REFERENCE NO.                      F.32559/006/FUL                       PARISH:         Clanfield

APPLICANT:                         Mrs J Munday

CASE OFFICER:                      Mike Mansell            DATE REGISTERED:                    23/05/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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



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2.       (E2) Before development commences on site details of the surfacing material shall have been
         submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority.
         Reason To ensure that the surface material used is unobtrusive and appropriate to its siting in
         open countryside within the AONB

3.       (M1) The development hereby permitted shall be used only as a private, non-commercial,
     facility, incidental to the enjoyment of the dwellinghouse as a private residence and for no other
     purpose.
      Reason To prevent the stables from being used for commercial purposes to the detriment of the
      locality.
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Item No.                           23

PROPOSAL:                         ALTERATIONS TO EXISTING DORMERS TO FRONT AND REAR

LOCATION:                         58 Sunderton Lane, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8 0NT

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35736/FUL                   PARISH:           Clanfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs I Hammond

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    07/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

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

3.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
      texture those of the existing building.
      Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
      existing developments.
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Item No.                           24

PROPOSAL:                         EXTENSION AND CONVERSION OF LOFT SPACE TO PROVIDE 3
                                  BEDROOMS AND BATHROOM WITH FRONT AND REAR DORMERS.

LOCATION:                         50 Victory Avenue, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8 9PJ

REFERENCE NO.                      F.25730/001/FUL                       PARISH:         Horndean

APPLICANT:                         Mrs A Taylor

CASE OFFICER:                      Mike Mansell            DATE REGISTERED:                    26/06/2000

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REFUSED for the following reason:

1.       (R4O) In the opinion of the Planning Authority the proposal constitutes an unacceptable
      overdevelopment of this property where the form and mass of the roof would be at variance with
      that of the immediately adjoining bungalow, the essential character of the area and the street
      scene is harmed and is contrary to General Strategy Policy GS5 of the East Hampshire District
      Local Plan: First Review.
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Item No.                           25

PROPOSAL:                         CONSERVATORY TO SIDE AND GARDEN WALL

LOCATION:                         Richmond Lodge, Huntsbottom Lane, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 7EU

REFERENCE NO.                      F.25466/007/FUL                       PARISH:         Liss

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs Langton

CASE OFFICER:                      Julia Mansi             DATE REGISTERED:                    21/06/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

2.       (E1) Before development commences samples of the bricks to be used for the wall and the
     conservatory 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.                           26

PROPOSAL:                         TWO STOREY REAR EXTENSION WITH TWO ADDITIONAL DORMER
                                  WINDOWS AT FIRST FLOOR LEVEL (AMENDED DESCRIPTION).

LOCATION:                         88 Andlers Ash Road, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 7LR

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35732/FUL                   PARISH:           Liss

APPLICANT:                         Mr A Berry & Miss D Hutchence

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    04/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

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

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

4.       (D13) The additional first floor dormer window in the south-west elevation (bathroom) 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.

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

6.       (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied a minimum of 2 car parking spaces shall
     be provided within the curtilage of the site and thereafter maintained and kept available for the
     parking of vehicles.
      Reason To ensure adequate car parking provision within the site in accordance with the adopted
      standards of the Planning Authority.
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Item No.                           27

PROPOSAL:                         CONSERVATORY TO REAR AFTER DEMOLITION OF EXISTING.

LOCATION:                         Drayton House, East Meon, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32 1PN

REFERENCE NO.                      F.29341/003/FUL                       PARISH:         East Meon

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs J Spooner

CASE OFFICER:                      Mike Mansell            DATE REGISTERED:                    26/05/2000

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REFUSED for the following reason:

1.       (R11B) The proposed development, by reason of the incompatibility of its design, would detract
      from the setting, integrity, character and appearance of this statutory Listed Building, contrary to
      the Regeneration and Conservation Policies of the Hampshire County Structure Plan and the
      General Strategy and Environment Policies (GS5, ENV17 and ENV19) of the East Hampshire
      District Local Plan: First Review.
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Item No.                           28

PROPOSAL:                         SINGLE-STOREY REAR EXTENSION TO GARAGE, FORMING UTILITY
                                  ROOM

LOCATION:                         93 Castle Road, Rowland's Castle, Hampshire, PO9 6AR

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35701/FUL                   PARISH:           Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs J Wright

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    03/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

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

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

5.       (D11) Notwithstanding the provisions of Part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country
     Planning (General Permitted Development) Order, 1995 (or any Order revoking and re-enacting
     that Order) no additional window(s) or door(s) shall at any time be inserted in the eastern
     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.                           29

PROPOSAL:                         DETACHED GARAGE

LOCATION:                         33 Merchistoun Road, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8 9NA

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35672/FUL                   PARISH:           Horndean

APPLICANT:                         Mr T Banting

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    12/07/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

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

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

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.   The applicant should ensure that access and egress to and from the garage will not restrict the
     private rights of way of other users of the block of garages opposite.
________________________________________________________________________

Item No.                           30

PROPOSAL:                         BOUNDARY FENCE TO ENCLOSE LAND AS GARDEN AREA.

LOCATION:                         8 Hurst Close, Liphook, Hampshire, GU307PP

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35679/FUL                   PARISH:           Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mr D Peters

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    10/08/2000

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REFUSED for the following reasons:

1.       (UNQ1) The proposal would result in the unacceptable enclosure and diversion of a public right
         of way to the detriment of footpath users and local residents this is contrary to Policy T12 of the
         Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) and Policy RT11 of the East Hampshire
         District Local Plan: First Review.

2.       (UNQ2) The proposed alteration to the public footpath and open space area would harm the
      character of the area and as such be contrary to Policy GS5 and ENV7 and RT11 of the East
      Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.
________________________________________________________________________

Item No.                           31

PROPOSAL:                         DETACHED SINGLE GARAGE TO SIDE (AS AMENDED BY PLAN
                                  RECEIVED 9/9/00)

LOCATION:                         23 Durrants Road, Rowland's Castle, Hampshire, PO9 6BE

REFERENCE NO.                      F.31400/004/FUL                       PARISH:         Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:                         Mr DJ Bromley

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    10/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:




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

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

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

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

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

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

7.   (H54N) Any gates provided shall be set back a distance of 4.5m from the edge of the
      carriageway of the adjoining highway.
      Reason In the interests of highway safety.
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Item No.                           32

PROPOSAL:                         TWO STOREY SIDE EXTENSION AND DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE
                                  (AS AMENDED BY PLANS RECEIVED 06/09/00)

LOCATION:                         35 Wellsworth Lane, Rowland's Castle, Hampshire, PO9 6BX

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35613/FUL                   PARISH:           Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs R Palmer

CASE OFFICER:                      Mike Mansell            DATE REGISTERED:                    15/06/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

2.       (E4) The (brick/rooftile/external wall finish) to be used shall match as closely as possible in type,
         colour and texture that used on the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and
         existing development.

3.       (D21) The building hereby permitted shall be used only for the parking of vehicles and domestic
         storage and for no other purpose including business, commercial or industrial purposes.
         Reason It is considered that the building is unsuitable because of its form/position/location
         for such uses.

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 first floor window(s) or rooflight(s) shall at any time be inserted in the north or
         west elevations of the garage hereby permitted, without the prior written consent of the Planning
         Authority.
         Reason To protect the privacy of the occupants of the adjoining residential property
         (properties).

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

6.       (H54M) Adequate provision shall be made within the site to enable vehicles using the site to
      enter and leave in a forward gear.
      Reason In the interests of highway safety.
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Item No.                           33

PROPOSAL:                         FLOODLIGHTING OF TOWER AND PART SOUTH ELEVATION

LOCATION:                         St. John the Baptist Church, Petersfield Road, Greatham, Liss, GU33

REFERENCE NO.                      F.31712/001/FUL                       PARISH:         Greatham

APPLICANT:                         Greatham Church P.C.C.

CASE OFFICER:                      No Long Text for this code                DATE REGISTERED: 07/12/1999

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REFUSED for the following reason:

1.       (UNQ1) The proposal by virtue of the level of external lighting and resultant glare would result in
      an unacceptable loss of amenity to nearby dwellings and would be intrusive in the surrounding
      area, which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, contrary to Policies C1 and E7 of the
      Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 (Review) and policies GS1 and ENV1 of the East
      Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.
________________________________________________________________________

Item No.                           34

PROPOSAL:                         RETENTION OF EXISTING PORCH STYLE CONSERVATORY TO REAR
                                  AND ITS EXTENSION (AS AMENDED BY PLANS RECEIVED 14.09.00)

LOCATION:                         11a Monks Orchard, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32 2JJ

REFERENCE NO.                      F.28891/010/FUL                       PARISH:         Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs Pipe

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    03/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

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

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.   The description of the application has been altered since its submission in order to accommodate
     the retention of the existing porch style conservatory, and its subsequent alteration as part of the
     current approval.
________________________________________________________________________

Item No.                           35

PROPOSAL:                         TWO-STOREY REAR EXTENSION

LOCATION:                         8 Heyshott Gardens, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8 0XG

REFERENCE NO.                      F.28832/028/FUL                       PARISH:         Clanfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr M A Howe

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    28/07/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

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

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.   The applicants should not that this approval is for planning permission only and does not
     automatically give rights for the construction involving a party wall. Permission will need to be
     sought from the owner under private legislation.
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Item No.                           36

PROPOSAL:                         THREE-STOREY SIDE EXTENSION

LOCATION:                         4 Pine Villas Longmoor Road, Greatham, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 6AN

REFERENCE NO.                      F.25293/001/FUL                       PARISH:         Greatham

APPLICANT:                         Mr White

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    16/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

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

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

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

5.       (D13) The first floor window (bathroom) in the south 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.

6.       (H54K) Adequate space shall be provided within the site, for the loading, unloading and parking
     of vehicles to the satisfaction of the Planning Authority.
      Reason In the interests of highway safety.
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Item No.                           37

PROPOSAL:                         TWO STOREY EXTENSIONS TO EAST, WEST AND NORTH ELEVATIONS
                                  AND DETACHED GARAGE.

LOCATION:                         Pigeon Copse, Stodham Lane, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 7LJ

REFERENCE NO.                      F.20033/002/FUL                       PARISH:         Liss

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs S Goddard

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    02/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

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

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

4.       (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.       (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied a minimum of 3 car parking spaces shall
     be provided within the curtilage of the site and thereafter maintained and kept available for the
     parking of vehicles.
      Reason To ensure adequate car parking provision within the site in accordance with the adopted
      standards of the Planning Authority.
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Item No.                           38

PROPOSAL:                         FIRST FLOOR EXTENSION TO SIDE, CONSERVATORY TO REAR,
                                  RAISED ROOF ON GARAGE TO FORM STORAGE OVER WITH DORMER
                                  AND REPOSITION FENCE TO EAST

LOCATION:                         2 Parsonage Close, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32 2AL

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35783/FUL                   PARISH:           Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs P Chapman

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    22/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

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

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

4.       (D13) The first floor window (shower room) in the west 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.

5.       (D22) The garage roof extension hereby permitted shall be used for ancillary domestic storage
         only and for no other purpose. For the avoidance of doubt, 'no other purpose' includes
         commercial use or use as habitable accommodation.
         Reason To maintain planning control in the interests of amenity.

6.       (L1) No works on site shall commence until a detailed landscaping scheme on the western and
         southern boundary, 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.




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7.       (UNQ1) The fence to be erected along the southern and western boundary should be stained a
         dark colour.
         Reason In the interest of the visual amenity of the locality.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.   The implications of the approved landscaping scheme, trees and hedgerows are an important
     element of the development proposal. You are strongly advised to contact the District Council's
     Arboricultural and Landscape Officers on 01730 234215/234217 at least ten days before
     commencement of the works and planting so that you are fully aware of the requirements of the
     approved scheme and restrictions of this planning permission.
________________________________________________________________________

Item No.                           39

PROPOSAL:                         TWO-STOREY REAR EXTENSION

LOCATION:                         17 Headley Road, Liphook, Hampshire, GU30 7NS

REFERENCE NO.                      F.24787/003/FUL                       PARISH:         Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mr H R J Bush

CASE OFFICER:                      Sarah Marr              DATE REGISTERED:                    16/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

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

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

4.       (D11) Notwithstanding the provisions of Part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country
     Planning (General Permitted Development) Order, 1995 (or any Order revoking and re-enacting
     that Order) no window(s) or door(s) shall at any time be inserted in the first floor of the north and
     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.
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Item No.                           40

PROPOSAL:                         REBUILD WALL AND REFORM ROOF OF OUTBUILDING

LOCATION:                         The Old Rectory, High Street, Buriton, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31 5RX

REFERENCE NO.                      F.20884/011/FUL                       PARISH:         Buriton

APPLICANT:                         Mr and Mrs D Levin

CASE OFFICER:                      Mike Mansell            DATE REGISTERED:                    01/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

2.       (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.       (C18) Any alteration or repairs to brickwork shall be carried out in matching bond and matching
         bricks using a lime based mortar with a flush joint.
         Reason To maintain the character of this historic building.

Informative Notes to Applicant:

1.   The applicant is reminded that the application for Listed Building Consent for these proposed
     works (Ref. No. F20884/010/LBC) remains to be determined.
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Item No.                           41

PROPOSAL:                          TWO STOREY SIDE EXTENSION

LOCATION:                         5 Tower Road, Liphook, Hampshire, GU30 7AR

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35716/FUL                   PARISH:           Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs D L Barlow

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    16/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:




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

2.       (E3) The external materials to be used shall match, as closely as possible, in type, colour and
      texture those of the existing building.
      Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and the
      existing developments.
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Item No.                           42

PROPOSAL:                         ALTERATIONS AND TWO-STOREY EXTENSION TO FORM FAMILY
                                  ROOM, STUDY, CLOAKROOM AND PORCH WITH NEW BEDROOM AND
                                  BATHROOMS AT FIRST-FLOOR LEVEL (AMENDED DESCRIPTION)

LOCATION:                         Drayton Farm, East Meon, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU321PH

REFERENCE NO.                      F.33358/001/FUL                       PARISH:         East Meon

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs Moffat

CASE OFFICER:                      Mike Mansell            DATE REGISTERED:                    29/06/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

2.       (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.       (E4) The (brick/rooftile/external wall finish) to be used shall match as closely as possible in type,
         colour and texture those used on the existing building.
         Reason To ensure that a harmonious visual relationship is achieved between the new and
         existing development.

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




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5.       (H54M) Adequate provision shall be made within the site to enable vehicles using the site to
      enter and leave in a forward gear.
      Reason In the interests of highway safety.
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Item No.                           43

PROPOSAL:                         SINGLE STOREY REAR EXTENSION

LOCATION:                         17 Chiltlee Close, Liphook, Hampshire, GU30 7BP

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35659/FUL                   PARISH:           Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Ms S Baldock

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    03/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following condition:

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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Item No.                           44

PROPOSAL:                         GARAGE TO REAR AFTER DEMOLITION OF EXISTING

LOCATION:                         3 St. Anns Road, Horndean, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8 9NE

REFERENCE NO.                      F.23710/002/FUL                       PARISH:         Horndean

APPLICANT:                         Mr J. Bryson

CASE OFFICER:                      Joanne Riley            DATE REGISTERED:                    26/07/2000

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REFUSED for the following reason:

1.       (R4J) The proposal represents the unacceptable development of this residential plot resulting in
      a development inappropriate to the character and appearance of the locality and harmful in the
      amenity of the occupier of the adjacent dwelling(s) contrary to Policy GS5 of the East Hampshire
      District Local Plan: First Review.
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Item No.                           45

PROPOSAL:                         SINGLE STOREY FRONT AND SIDE EXTENSIONS AND DETACHED
                                  GARAGE (AS AMENDED BY PLANS RECEIVED 05/09/00)

LOCATION:                         15 South Road, Horndean, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO8 0EN

REFERENCE NO.                      F.30786/002/FUL                       PARISH:         Horndean

APPLICANT:                         Mr L Gill

CASE OFFICER:                      Mike Mansell            DATE REGISTERED:                    12/06/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

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

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 first floor window(s) shall at any time be inserted in the side 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 property
         (properties).

4.       (L19) The existing hedge(s) along the north and west boundaries of the site shall be retained at
         their current height (4m+).
         Reason To preserve the visual amenity of the area and of the neighbouring property.

5.       (H54M) Adequate provision shall be made within the site to enable vehicles using the site to
      enter and leave in a forward gear.
      Reason In the interests of highway safety.
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Item No.                           46

PROPOSAL:                         CONSERVATORY TO REAR AFTER DEMOLITION OF EXISTING.

LOCATION:                         Drayton House, East Meon, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32 1PN

REFERENCE NO.                      F.29341/004/LBC                       PARISH:         East Meon

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs J Spooner

CASE OFFICER:                      Mike Mansell            DATE REGISTERED:                    26/05/2000

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REFUSED for the following reason:

1.       (R11B) The proposed development, by reason of the incompatibility of its design, would detract
      from the setting, integrity, character and appearance of this statutory Listed Building, contrary to
      the Regeneration and Conservation Policies of the Hampshire County Structure Plan and the
      General Strategy and Environment Policies (GS5, ENV17 and ENV19) of the East Hampshire
      District Local Plan: First Review.
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Item No.                           47

PROPOSAL:                         10 METRE COMMUNICATION POST AND EQUIPMENT CABINET

LOCATION:                         Opposite 114/116 Heath Road, Petersfield, Hampshire

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35676/FUL                   PARISH:           Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Orange PCS Ltd

CASE OFFICER:                      Julia Mansi             DATE REGISTERED:                    13/07/2000

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REFUSED for the following reasons;

1.       (R2A) The proposal constitutes an unacceptable intrusion of development into the rural
         streetscene and Countryside to the detriment of the area and East Hampshire Area of
         Outstanding Natural Beauty and contrary to the Countryside Policies of the Hampshire County
         Structure Plan (particularly Policies C1, C2 & E7) and the General Strategy and Environment
         Policies of the East Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review (particularly Policies GS2, ENV1
         & ENV7).

2.       (UNQ1) The proposal by reason of its siting and design would result in an unacceptably
      intrusive form of telecommunications development in this sensitive location and harmful to the
      setting of an ancient monument contrary to Policy PS6, ENV22 and ENV15 of the East
      Hampshire District Local Plan: First Review.
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Item No.                           48

PROPOSAL:                         INDUSTRIAL BUILDING WITH ASSOCIATED CAR PARKING

LOCATION:                         Plot E, Vision Park, Bedford Road, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32

REFERENCE NO.                      F.23060/041/FUL                       PARISH:         Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Diagnosys

CASE OFFICER:                      Adrian Arnold                 DATE REGISTERED:                    21/08/2000

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PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

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

2.       (L2) A detailed landscape scheme must be submitted to and be approved in writing by the LPA
         before any works on site are commenced and/or no later than the substantial completion of the
         first building shell. 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.

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

4.       (L7) Concurrent with the details required by the above conditions and before works
         commence a schedule of maintenance for a minimum period of five years for landscape areas
         shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority and shall include
         arrangements for its implementation.
         Reason To ensure the provision of amenity afforded by the proper maintenance of existing
         and/or new landscape features.




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

6.    (UNQ1) The external ridge height shall not be above 8.0 metres above the existing ground level.
      Reason In the interest of visual amenity and to protect the character and appearance of the
      AONB.

7.    (M11) The development hereby permitted shall not be commenced until there has been
      submitted to, and approved by, the Planning Authority details of the layout, alignment, gradient,
      sizes, levels and form of construction of all sewers, both foul and surface water, including details
      of any pumping stations and of all manholes and connections to existing sewers.
      Reason To ensure that adequate provision for the drainage of the development is made.
      Note: The applicant is requested to contact the Council's Engineering Services Group as soon as
      possible regarding the above condition.

8.    (UNQ2) Details of all lighting and or flood lighting shall be submitted to and approved in writing
      by the Planning Authority prior to commencement of development.
      Reason In the interest of amenity and to protect the character of the AONB.

9.    (UNQ3) There shall be no open storage or open refuse areas without the prior written approval
      of the Planning Authority.
      Reason In the interests of amenity and highway safety.

10.   (UNQ4) There shall be no further mezzanine floors added to the building without the prior
      approval of the Planning Authority. The external floor area shall not exceed 2,043 sq. metres in
      total for all buildings on site.
      Reason In the interest of amenity and highway safety as the development appears to have no
      space capacity to provide the additional car parking without harm to the amenity or encouraging
      vehicles to park off-site.

11.   (UNQ5) The landscape details to be approved shall be implemented within the first available
      planting season after the building is first occupied or other date agreed with the Planning
      Authority.
      Reason In the interests of amenity and the character of the AONB.

12.   (G6) Notwithstanding the changes of use permitted within Part 3 of Schedule 2 of the Town
      and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995, the development hereby
      permitted shall be used for purposes within Class B.2 of the Town and Country (Use Classes)
      Order, 1987 only, and for no other purpose.
      Reason In order to maintain control over future use of the premises in the interests of the
      general amenity of the area and the character of the AONB.

13.   (UNQ6) The access details for the maintenance of the landscape buffer shall be agreed prior to
      the construction of any of the approved outline buildings commencing on site.
      Reason In the interests of amenity and to allow appropriate maintenance of the landscape buffer
      to take place.




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14.   (UNQ7) Notwithstanding the provision of Part 8 Schedule 2 of the Town and Country Planning
      (General Development) Order 1995 no extension or alterations shall be made to the building on
      site.
      Reason To protect the amenity of the area and the character of the AONB and to prevent over
      development of the site.

15.   (UNQ8) There shall be no other external buildings, structures, enclosures, chiller units, sub-
      stations (electric or water) other than that shown of the approved plan.
      Reason In the interest of the visual amenities of the area and the character of the AONB.

16.   (UNQ9) No development approved by this permission shall be commenced until a scheme for
      the disposal of foul and surface waters has been approved by and implemented to the
      reasonable satisfaction of the Planning Authority.
      Reason In the interest of amenity and to ensure there is no adverse impact on the flood risk area
      or the current drainage system.

17.   (UQ10) Prior to being discharged into any watercourse, surface water sewer or soakaway
      system, all surface water drainage from parking areas and hardstandings shall be passed
      through an oil interceptor designed and constructed to have a capacity and details compatible
      with the site being drained. Roof water shall not pass through the interceptor.
      Reason In the interest of amenity and to ensure there is no adverse impact on the flood risk area
      or the current drainage system.

18.   (UQ11) No sewage or trade effluent (including vehicle wash or vehicle steam cleaning effluent)
      shall be discharged to any surface water drainage system.
      Reason In the interest of amenity and to ensure there is no adverse impact on the flood risk area
      or the current drainage system.

19.   (UQ12) The areas between points x---x shall be landscaped strips and not car parking spaces
      and shall be incorporated into the landscape scheme to be set out under condition 2.
      Reason In the interest of visual amenity and to retain the character of the AONB.

20.   (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.

21.   (H54K) Before any part of the development is occupied a minimum of 46 - 52 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.

22.   (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.

23.   (H54N) Any gates provided shall be set back a distance of 6m from the edge of the carriageway
      of the adjoining highway.
      Reason In the interests of highway safety.

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


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25.   (UQ13) The northern elevation wall shall be 3.5 metres or more from the northern boundary of
      the site.
      Reason In the interest of amenity and

26.   (UQ14) The alignment of the security fence and the details shall be submitted prior to the
      commencement of development and agreed in writing by the Planning Authority.
      Reason In the interest of visual amenity and highway safety.

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".
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                                         EAST HAMPSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL

                                           SOUTH PLANNING SUB-COMMITTEE

                                  DECISIONS MADE UNDER DELEGATED POWERS

                                              MATTERS RELATING TO TREES

                                                                                                                           D.114/2000
                                                                                                                  nd
                                                                                                                2      November 2000
SECTION V


Item No.                           01

PROPOSAL:                         PRUNE TWO TREES

LOCATION:                         Seton, Hill Brow Road, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 7LE

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35747/CAT                           PARISH:         Liss

APPLICANT:                         Honey Brothers

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    22/08/2000

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NO OBJECTION raised to the reduction in top height to below branch scar and reshaping of remainder
of the crown on 1 Liquidamber, and to remove the secondary spur branch to the main stem on 1 Gingko,
both at the front of Seton, Hill Brow Road, Liss.
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Item No.                           02

PROPOSAL:                         PRUNE A TREE

LOCATION:                         36 Station Road, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32 3ES

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35746/CAT                           PARISH:         Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mrs Irene Silverlock

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    21/08/2000

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NO OBJECTION to pruning back to the boundary with No. 38 one Goat Willow at the rear of No. 36
Station Road, Petersfield.
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Item No.                           03

PROPOSAL:                         PRUNE TREES

LOCATION:                         Wellwood, Hill Brow Road, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 7LE

REFERENCE NO.                      F.33256/002/CAT                       PARISH:         Liss

APPLICANT:                         Honey Brothers

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    22/08/2000

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NO OBJECTION raised to the crown thinning of 2 Ash, the dead wooding of 1 Cherry and 1 Hawthorn,
the crown reduction by 50% of 3 Cupressus and 1 row of 7 Hawthorn and the felling of 1 Holly, all at
Wellwood, Hill Brow Road, Liss.
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Item No.                           04

PROPOSAL:                         FELL ONE HORNBEAM & PRUNE ONE HORNBEAM

LOCATION:                         Burgates Farm House, Farnham Road, Liss, Hampshire, GU33

REFERENCE NO.                      F.25526/011/CAT                       PARISH:         Liss

APPLICANT:                         Dr H D Veldhuis

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    05/09/2000

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NO OBJECTION raised to the felling of 3 Monterey Cypress and the most westerly of the 2 Hornbeams
to the rear of the property. Also, no objection is raised to the pruning of the remaining Hornbeam to give
2 metres clearance over the adjacent barn, all at Burgates Farm House, Farnham Road, Liss.
________________________________________________________________________

Item No.                           05

PROPOSAL:                         FELL OAK TREE

LOCATION:                         Land R/O 14 Childerstone Close,, London Road, Liphook, Hampshire, GU30

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35752/TPO                           PARISH:         Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mrs P J Miller

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    14/08/2000

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CONSENT granted to fell 1 Oak at the rear of 14 Childerstone Close, London Road, Liphook subject to
the following conditions:



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

2.       (W2) All works shall be carried out in accordance with BS.3998 (1989). (However, painting of
      cuts with tree sealant shall be discretionary).
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Item No.                           06

PROPOSAL:                         TO FELL 2 OAK TREES

LOCATION:                         6 Pine Walk, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 7AT

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35749/TPO                           PARISH:         Liss

APPLICANT:                         Mr J F Gatcum

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    21/08/2000

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REFUSED to fell 2 Oaks at the front of 6 Pine Walk, Liss Forest for the following reason:

1.       (UNQ1) The trees are not considered to be a disproportionate size for the plot, the roots will not
      damage the foundations and the overhang could be dealt with by some judicious pruning
      (although this will require a fresh application).
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Item No.                           07

PROPOSAL:                         FELL A SYCAMORE

LOCATION:                         Land Adj.8/9, Childerstone Close, Liphook, Hampshire, GU30

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35751/TPO                           PARISH:         Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mrs P J Miller

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    21/08/2000

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CONSENT granted to fell 1 Norway Maple on land adjacent to 8 & 9 Childerstone Close, Liphook subject
to the following conditions:




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1.       (REP1) Within 5 months of the date of this consent a replacement tree is planted in the south
     west corner of the green in front of No. 9 and No. 10 Childerstone Close, 4 metres in from the
     driveway edge. The tree should be a minimum 1.8 metres tall at the time of planting and should
     comply with BS 3936: Part 1: 1992. It should also be selected from the following species:
     1. Acer platanoides
     2. Acer platanoides 'Cleveland'
      3. Acer platanoides 'Emerald Queen'.
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Item No.                           08

PROPOSAL:                         REDUCTION OF COPPER BEECH TREE BY 25% - 30%

LOCATION:                         9 Haslemere Road, Liphook, Hampshire, GU30 7AL

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35790/CAT                           PARISH:         Bramshott/Liphook

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs T Moss

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    04/09/2000

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NO OBJECTION raised to the 25 - 30% reduction of 1 Copper Beech in the rear garden of 9 Haslemere
Road, Liphook.
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Item No.                           09

PROPOSAL:                         TO FELL 4 HAWTHORNS, REMOVE 2 STUMPS, PRUNE 5 HAWTHORNS
                                  & REDUCE 1 YEW

LOCATION:                         Pilgrims, 72 The Green, Rowland's Castle, Hampshire, PO9

REFERENCE NO.                      F.21054/004/CAT                       PARISH:         Rowlands Castle

APPLICANT:                         Mr & Mrs King

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    30/08/2000

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NO OBJECTION raised to the felling of 4 Hawthorns, reduction in height of 5 Hawthorns by 2 -3 metres,
and the minor crown reduction and reshaping of 1 Yew. All in the rear garden of Pilgrims, 72 The Green,
Rowlands Castle.
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Item No.                           10

PROPOSAL:                         TO FELL A CHERRY TREE

LOCATION:                         Barnards Corner, High Street, East Meon, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32 1PU

REFERENCE NO.                      F.35822/CAT                           PARISH:         East Meon

APPLICANT:                         Mr Nigel Barnes

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    14/09/2000

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NO OBJECTION raised to the felling of 1 cherry in the rear garden of Barnards Corner, High Street, East
Meon, subject to the following conditions:
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Item No.                           11

PROPOSAL:                         TO FELL 5 LAWSON & 3 ALDER TREES & PRUNE 5 OTHER TREES

LOCATION:                         Sheet Mill House, Mill Lane, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32 2AJ

REFERENCE NO.                      F.28190/004/CAT                       PARISH:         Petersfield

APPLICANT:                         Mr S E Thistlethwayte

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    06/09/2000

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NO OBJECTION raised to the felling of the most southerly half of the row of Leyland Cypress along the
southern side of the driveway entrance, to the removal of 1 stem from each of the 3 Alder stools within
the central part of the garden and the crown lifting to 4 metres on the northern side of the canopies the
mixed row of Alder and Sycamore on the property known as The Willows. All within the garden of Sheet
Mill House, Mill Lane, Petersfield, subject to the following conditions:
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Item No.                           12

PROPOSAL:                         TO FELL 3 ASH, 1 OAK, & 1 CHERRY TREE AND TO PRUNE 1 ASH TREE

LOCATION:                         Manor House, Petersfield Road, Greatham, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 6HF

REFERENCE NO.                      F.21030/012/CAT                       PARISH:         Greatham

APPLICANT:                         Mr Andrew Fellows

CASE OFFICER:                      Stewart Garside               DATE REGISTERED:                    13/09/2000

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NO OBJECTION raised to the felling of 3 Ash, 1 Oak, 1 Hawthorn and 1 Cherry and the pruning of 1 Ash
in the southern most corner, all within the victorian sunken garden at the rear of Manor House,
Petersfield Road, Greatham, subject to the following conditions:
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EAST HAMPSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL                                             SECTION VI
                                                                            First Quarter


                         Quarterly Report of the Planning Manager
                       Planning Appeals Progress Report 2000 - 2001
                                 (1 April to 30 June 2000)


South

F.20560/016/EA    Change of use from agricultural to residential,                  Allowed
                  Downlands Farm, Priors Dean (Hearing)

F.20683/014/FUL   Nine dwellings to the rear of Newtown Road,                      Dismissed
                  Liphook (Written Representations)

F.25524/026/FUL   First floor extension and vehicular access to                    Withdrawn
                  stables, Kingsholt Cottage, Greatham

F.27994/012/FUL   Change of use from storage of scaffolding to storage             Allowed
                  for B8 use, Upper Downgate Farm, Steep Marsh
                  (Hearing)

F.29503/004       Additional attached garage to front, raising of roof             Dismissed
                  to provide bedroom over existing double garage,
                  3 Glamorgan Road, Catherington, Horndean
                  (Written Representations)

F.33609/004       Two-storey extension, Green Farm House, Froxfield                Allowed
                  (Written Representations)

F.34731/FUL       Front dormer, 28 Lower Mead, Petersfield                         Dismissed
                  (Written Representations)

F.34808/002/ENF   Change of use of part of stable-block to dwelling,               Withdrawn
                  Summerdale Farm, Hatch Lane, Liss

F.34841/003/ENF   Change of use of part of stable-block from agricultural          Withdrawn
                  to residential use, Summerdale Farm, Hatch Lane, Liss

North

F.20487/006/FUL   Bungalow with detached double garage, land at                    Dismissed
                  2 The Orchards, Lower Farringdon
                  (Written Representations)

F.21276/011/FUL   Detached two-storey dwelling and conversion of                   Allowed
                  existing dwelling to garage following demolition of
                  part of building, The Paddocks, Church Road,
                  Farringdon (Written Representations)

F.21878/002/ENF   Enforcement Appeal - without planning permission,                Withdrawn
                  carrying-out of engineering works, Chapel Farm,
                  Honey Lane, Selborne (Public Inquiry)


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F.21878/003/ENF   Enforcement Appeal - without planning permission,        Dismissed
                  carrying-out of engineering works, Chapel Farm,
                  Honey Lane, Selborne (Public Inquiry)

F.21878/004/ENF   Enforcement Appeal - without planning permission,        Dismissed
                  carrying-out of engineering works, Chapel Farm,
                  Honey Lane, Selborne (Public Inquiry)

F.22136/009/OUT   Outline - dwelling, New Barn Stables, The Street,        Dismissed
                  Binsted (Written Representations)

F.23912/019/FUL   Detached bungalow for use in association with            Allowed
                  nursery, Two Acres, Alton Lane, Four Marks
                  (Hearing)

F.25050/035/ADV   Retention of illuminated fascia sign, The Malt           Dismissed
                  House, Lower Turk Street, Alton
                  (Written Representations)

F.25256/010/FUL   Variation of condition 4 of F.25256/004 to allow units   Allowed
                  2, 5 and 8 to be used for non-industrial purposes,
                  Friars Oak Farm, Boyneswood Road, Medstead
                  (Hearing)

F.25256/011/FUL   Use of land for equestrian purposes and conversion       Dismissed
                  of barn & to stables and barn 8 to residential use,
                  Friars Oak Farm, Boyneswood Road, Medstead
                  (Hearing)

F.29373/013/FUL   Retention of french doors to rear elevation (relief of   Dismissed
                  conditions 5 and 6), 50 Lymington Bottom, Four Marks
                  (Written Representations)

F.29541/001/FUL   Two mews style dwellings with associated parking,        Withdrawn
                  Ashburnham Mews, Crossways Road, Grayshott

F.29917/004/FUL   Construction of 16 garages, Hazel Road, Four Marks       Allowed
                  (Written Representations)

F.33456/001/OUT   Four detached dwellings, Trenchard Scrapyard,            Dismissed
                  Hawthorn Lane, Four Marks (Public Inquiry)

F.33737/002/FUL   Single-storey dwelling, rear of 83/85 Ackender           Dismissed
                  Road, Alton (Written Representations)

F.34313/3/ENF     Enforcement appeal - change of use from agricultural     Withdrawn
                  to builders yard and keeping of vehicles, Oak Tree
                  Farm, Oakhanger, Selborne

F.34313/004/ENF   Enforcement appeal - operational development             Withdrawn
                  including various structures and buildings, Oak Tree
                  Farm, Oakhanger, Selborne




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F.34313/005/ENF      Enforcement appeal - change of use from agricultural              Withdrawn
                     to siting of two caravans, Oak Tree Farm, Oakhanger,
                     Selborne

F.34729/FUL          Siting of mobile home for agricultural worker,                    Allowed
                     Highland Farm, Lindford Road, Headley (Hearing)

F.34761/FUL          Detached stables, feedstore and tackroom building,                Allowed
                     land off Liphook Road, Headley
                     (Written Representations)

F.34812/FUL          Use of land for the keeping of horses and construction            Dismissed
                     of stable and tackroom building, Mary Lane,
                     Headmore Farm, Headmore Lane, Four Marks
                     (Written Representations)

F.34877/FUL          Two-storey side extension, 61 Wellington Avenue,                  Dismissed
                     Whitehill (Written Representations)

F.34890/FUL          Garage conversion, first floor extension and                      Dismissed
                     construction of detached garage, Summer Place,
                     Goatacre Road, Medstead (Written Representations)

F.20347/011          Change of use of l and buildings from poultry Treated as
                     farm to classes B1, B2 and B8, Bordon Farms,                      Not Valid
                     Picketts Hill, Headley

                                                                 N                S

Appeals outstanding at beginning of quarter (48)                 31               17

Appeals determined (including withdrawn)      (33)               24               9

Appeals lodged                                (31)               13               18

Appeals outstanding at end of quarter         (46)               20               26


Appeals determined                  Allowed                      Dismissed

                                    N      S                     N            S

Written Representations             3       1                    8            3
Hearing                             3       2                    1            0
Local Inquiry                       0       0                    3            0




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                           EAST HAMPSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL

                            SOUTH PLANNING SUB-COMMITTEE

                     REPORT OF THE PLANNING CONTROL MANAGER
                                                                                         D.114/2000
                                                                                 2nd November 2000
SECTION VI – INFORMATION ON APPEALS

(A)     APPEALS LODGED

        South

        1)   F.27138/006/FUL - Two storey dwelling and detached garage (as amended by plans
             received 21/07/2000), Keepers Cottage, Petersfield Road, BURITON – Karnten
             Properties Ltd (Written Representations)

        2)   F.27333/002/FUL - Detached dwelling, Rudloe Cottage, Hill Brow Road, Hill Brow,
             LISS – Mr R Cunnold (Written Representations)

        North

        1)   F.26905/005/OUT – Outline – Chalet bungalow, St. Christophers, Hammer Lane,
             GRAYSHOTT – Mr M Schmeitzner (Hearing)


(B)     APPEALS WITHDRAWN

        North

        1)   F.268628/005/FUL - Detached two storey building to provide accommodation at first
             floor level with storage and garages at ground floor level (for security purposes)
             (amplified by letter received 28/9/99), Wey Valley Farm, Tulls Lane, Standford,
             BORDON – Mr & Mrs R Hardman (Hearing)

(C)     APPEALS ALLOWED

        South

        1)   F.26526/004/FUL - Alterations to reform house and cottage, 28 Dragon Street,
             PETERSFIELD – Dr & Mrs Osborn (Written Representations)

        The works proposed were alterations to re-form house and cottage for which Listed Building
        Consent was refused.

        The Inspector noted that since the appeals were lodged a further application for Listed
        Building consent has been granted on 14 April 2000 (ref: F26526/006/LBC). There is no
        evidence that planning permission has been granted for the revised scheme.

        The appeal premises comprise a grade II* Listed Building and lies within the Petersfield
        Conservation Area and an AONB.




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The site requires 5 car parking spaces but will be 2 short of this. However, the Inspector
held that as the appeal site is within the town centre and has easy pedestrian access to bus
services and the railway station then the parking standards could be relaxed in line with
national policy.

The appeal was allowed subject to conditions.

2a)     F.34759/FUL - Change of use from agricultural to keeping horses. Construction of 3
        stables and tack room, Land to north of Brownings Hill, EAST MEON – Mrs S Murphy
        (Hearing)

     The appeal is made against a refusal to grant planning permission

        The appeal is allowed in part and dismissed in part as detailed below

2b)     F.34759/001/FUL - Revised scheme of F34759 for change of use from agricultural to
        keeping horses, Land to north of Brownings Hill, EAST MEON – Mrs S Murphy

     The appeal is made against the decision to issue an Enforcement Notice
     The requirement of the notice is permanently cease the use of the land for the keeping of
      horses.
     The breach of planning control as alleged in the notice is the siting of 2 field shelters.
     The requirement of the notice is permanently remove the 2 field shelters
     The period for compliance with the requirements is one month

        The appeal on ground (b) against Notice B was made on the basis that the two field
        shelters have wheels and are mobile and that their siting on the field has not therefore
        resulted in operational development.

        The two field shelters have wheels and a tow bar to allow them to be moved about the
        site quite readily and they are not attached to the ground in any way.

        The Inspector held that their siting on the field had not resulted in operational
        development but a change of use of the land. As the change of use of land was
        unlawful, they are not ancillary to a lawful use and so the appeal failed.

        When considering the deemed planning application, the Inspector held that the
        proposed building would be a significant intrusion into an open landscape and would be
        conspicuous both from the road to the north and Lime Kiln Lane which is a bridleway to
        the east.

        Other stable buildings in the area are only part of an established building group usually
        in the form of a farmyard. So that granting of permission in this case for an isolated
        field shelter would make it difficult for the Council to resist other similar proposals which
        would have an increasingly harmful impact upon the landscape of the area. Once a
        permanent building was erected it would also be difficult to resist any proposals for
        access roads, hard standings and other associated development that would increase
        its impact.

        However, the impact of the two relatively small mobile shelters was limited and did not
        appear out of place in this agricultural landscape.

        The appeal succeeded on ground (a) and planning permission was granted.




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      North

      1)   F.24601/019/FUL - Entrance porch and stairway, Country Market, Osborne Farm, Main
           Road, KINGSLEY – Mr & Mrs WP Marshall (Written Representations)

           The appeal proposed was concerned with a 2 storey extension to a large building
           which forms part of a long established horticultural garden centre in the countryside to
           the north of Bordon.

           In the Inspector’s view the Local Plan policy ENV13 was not relevant to this proposal
           since the application was not connected with the change of use or conversion of a rural
           building.

           He considered that the Council’s objection was to the appearance of the extension. As
           such, this appeal raised the issue of whether the objectives of policy GS5 (a) (i) and (c)
           were met in this case. The main issue was therefore, whether the extension by reason
           of its design harms the character and appearance of the area by failing to take
           adequate account of the architectural characteristics of the building to which it is
           attached.

           In the context of the size of the building as a whole the extension, in the Inspector’s
           opinion, represented a very small addition both visually and in terms of added
           floorspace. In his view the use of matching materials assists significantly in preventing
           a discordant impression.

           He accepted that pursuant to PPG1 ‘General Policy and Principles’ and other guidance
           it is important to achieve good design. However, based upon what he observed at the
           site visit he did not accept the Council’s criticism. Whilst he agreed the extension has a
           modern appearance, he did not regard it as being out of place on what is a new
           extension to a reconstructed building.

           Taken in this context it seemed to him that the design takes adequate account of the
           architectural considerations, including the design features of the sales building and the
           characteristics of the surrounding area.

           He concluded that the objectives of Local Plan policy GS5 (a) (i) and (c) are
           satisfactorily met by this proposal and therefore planning permission could, on balance,
           reasonably be granted for its retention.

(D)   APPEALS DISMISSED

      South

      1)   F.26526/005/LBC - Alterations to reform house and cottage, 28 Dragon Street,
           PETERSFIELD – Dr & Mrs Osborn (Written Representations)

           The Inspector noted that since the appeals were lodged a further application for Listed
           Building consent has been granted on 14 April 2000 (ref: F26526/006/LBC). There is
           no evidence that planning permission has been granted for the revised scheme.

           The appeal premises comprise a grade II* Listed Building and lies within the Petersfield
           Conservation Area and an AONB.




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      The proposals seek to create a separate dwelling from the south wing and requires the
      removal of internal walls, the erection of stud partitions, the blocking of doorways,
      forming new doorways, blocking windows and partially blocking the garage entrance
      and inserting a new sash window.

      With reference to the Listed Building appeal, the Inspector held that the external
      alterations proposed were not substantial in themselves, but they would affect the
      appearance of the building to some degree and unnecessarily harm the special
      architectural interest of the building.

      With regard to the appeal against refusal of planning permission, the Inspector held
      that the proposed alterations would be harmful to the Listed Building.

2a)   F.21912/031/FUL - Change of use from light industrial/office to additional living
      accommodation, The Barn, Upper Adhurst Farm, London Road, PETERSFIELD – Mr G
      Fothergill (Written Representations)
2b)   F.21912/032/FUL - Side extension to form additional living accommodation at ground
      and first-floor levels, The Barn, Upper Adhurst Farm, London Road, PETERSFIELD –
      Mr G Fothergill (Written Representations)

      The Inspector concluded that the main issue in Appeal A was whether there is
      justification for the loss of employment premises contrary to the aims of the Council’s
      employment policies and, in respect of Appeal B, whether the proposal would represent
      an excessive enlargement of an existing residential unit to the detriment of the
      character and appearance of the host building and the surrounding area.

      Appeal A proposed the conversion of the adjoining vacant bay of the building to provide
      additional accommodation in the form of a further lounge and kitchen and bedroom at
      ground floor and a bedroom with en-suite facilities at first floor.

      The Inspector held that the bay had been used for commercial activity, including for a
      time for retail purposes, and no evidence was presented to show that it is no longer
      capable of continued occupation for business use. No evidence as to the marketing of
      the unit was presented to demonstrate a lack of demand. The Inspector concluded that
      the favourable location of and access to the site and the quality of the accommodation
      available meant it is likely that there would be at least some interest in the premises
      from potential occupiers for a range of small scale business uses.

      In addition, the Inspector was concerned that with minimal alteration, the resulting unit
      would be physically capable of conversion to more than one dwelling unit.

      For appeal B, the Inspector accepted that the occupancy restriction and the locational
      characteristics of the site would militate against open market sale of the property which
      would also remain a small dwelling in the context of Local Plan provisions.
      Nevertheless, the appellant’s contention that because of these factors the strict control
      over rural housing extensions should not apply to this case was not accepted.

      The Inspector held that the appeal scheme would represent a significantly over-large
      extension and would over-extend and unduly unbalance the appearance of the barn as
      a whole and would result in the loss of some of the existing trees that currently
      contribute to the attractive setting created for the dwelling.




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           3)    F.34966/001/FUL - Loft conversion, 70b Station Road, PETERSFIELD – Mr G Whiting
                 (Written Representations)

                  The Inspector considered that the main issue in this case is the effect of the proposed
                 development on the character and appearance of the surrounding area, including the
                 setting of the Petersfield Conservation Area.

                 The appeal property itself is one of a pair of Victorian semi detached houses and
                 occupies a prominent position and can be seen from along Station Road, from the
                 Conservation Area to the south and also from North Road to the north east.

                 Both the appeal property and the attached house, no. 70A are characterised
                 particularly by large projecting two storey bays at the front and by the strong vertical
                 emphasis of the fenestration.

                 The proposed development includes the insertion of a pitched roof dormer into the
                 main part of the roof at the front and a flat roofed dormer into the main roof at the back
                 of the appeal property.

                 The Inspector agreed with the Council that the design, size and proportions of the front
                 dormer would result in a rather squat and bulky appearance which would be
                 inconsistent with the vertical emphasis of the fenestration on the front elevation and
                 would also unbalance the symmetry of the appeal property and the attached house,
                 thereby detracting from their overall appearance.

                 The Inspector concluded that the proposed front dormer would be unsympathetic not
                 only to the character and appearance of the surrounding area but also to the setting of
                 Petersfield Conservation Area.

                 The proposed rear dormer would be a relatively large and prominent feature and the
                 Inspector held that its flat roof would be out of keeping with the appearance of the
                 house and would adversely affect the character of the area, adding to the harm found
                 in respect of the front dormer.

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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