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Meeting of the Central Area Development Control Sub Committee held on 22/09/2004
Index of applications Schedule A & Schedule B & Schedule C



INDEX OF APPLICATIONS
CENTRAL AREA DEVELOPMENT CONTROL SUB-COMMITTEE
22nd September 2004
PAGE NO.
ITEM
PLAN REFLOCATION
Site Visit
Part A -Applications subject to Public Speaking
1
A.1
WA/2004/0477Land at Merriewood, Beacon View Road, Elstead
11
A.2
WA/2004/1428Ladywell Farm Barns, Ashtead Lane, Godalming
Part B -Applications not subject to Public Speaking
21
B.1
WA/2004/1429Ashtead Farm House, Ashtead Lane, Godalming
24
B.2
WA/2004/1407Pinecroft, Thursley Road, Elstead
26
B.3
WA/2004/1624Cemetery Chapels, Deanery Road, Godalming
30
B.4
WA/2004/1498Birchwood, Gasden Copse, Witley
CENTRAL 20

SCHEDULE “A” TO THE AGENDA FOR THE
CENTRAL AREA DEVELOPMENT CONTROL SUB-COMMITTEE
22ND SEPTEMBER 2004

Major applications or those giving rise to substantial local controversy.
A.1WA/2004/0477Erection of 10 dwellings with associated garages and parking following demolition of existing dwelling (as amended by letter dated 14/05/04, 22/7/04 and 3/8/04 and plans received 14/05/04 and 26/7/04) at Land at Merriewood, Beacon View Road, Elstead
Martin Grant Homes
23/02/2004
Grid Reference:E: 490474 N: 142715
Parish :Elstead
Ward :Elstead and Thursley
Development Plan :MGB, AONB, AGLV within Rural Settlement RD1
Highway Authority :No requirements
Drainage Authority: Referred to the Environment Agency – No objection – Recommend conditions
Parish Council:Objection to the development based on the current number of dwellings proposed. It is felt that a reduction in the number of units on the site would be an advantage.

Revised drawings – No objection now that it has been reduced to 10 dwellings
ConsultationsSurrey County Council Rights of Way Group – Objection – Public Footpath 68A Elstead forms the access to the site. Increased levels of vehicular traffic passing over the footpath would be likely to interfere with the public’s use of the path, particularly as the section of the lane outside the development is only one vehicle width.
Objection has now been withdrawn
Representations:Original proposal – 61 letters of objection on the following grounds:-
1. road safety – Beacon View Road is a narrow lane much used by pedestrians
2. unacceptable increase in traffic
3. density is out of character on site on the edge of the Green Belt
4. the ditch could be filled leading to flooding
5. size and type of dwellings are out of character with the rest of the road
6. insufficient parking will mean cars parked in the road
7. houses will block off the feeling of openness and green spaces
8. most of the hedgerow along the road will be lost
9. houses are cramped together
10. building would go beyond the existing confines of the village
11. wildlife will be affected
12. overlooking and loss of privacy
Revised drawings
39 Letters of objection re-iterating previous objections and stating that one less dwelling makes no material difference
- far too many dwellings for the location.
- potential for flooding with more water displacement
- danger of development and related traffic onto a road which is also a footpath.
- A more realistic figure would be 2 or 3 properties maximum
- Impact on surrounding environment would not be altered
- Parking is clearly inadequate
- Still gross overcrowding

Description of Site/Background

The Proposal

Relevant Policies

Policies RU1, DP3, PE2 and PE7 of the Surrey Structure Plan 1994
Main Planning Issues

The main issues are :-
whether the proposal complies with the criteria set out in Policy RD1 and if it comprises appropriate development in the Green Belt.
Its impact on the wider landscape and on the character of the local area
Housing mix and density
the impact on neighbouring dwellings.
the impact on protected trees
issues relating to the public right of way and the adjacent ditch Policy RD1

Impact on the landscape

Housing mix and density

Impact on the locality and on neighbouring dwellings

Trees

Public footpath and the adjacent ditch

Conclusions

Summary of Reasons For Granting Permission

Recommendation

That, subject to the applicants entering into an appropriate legal agreement within 6 months (all costs including those of the Council to be borne by the applicants) to ensure
a) the retention of units 1-3 as affordable housing, and
b) the provision of a sum of money to be held by Surrey County Council as a fund towards future repairs to Beacon View Road,
permission be GRANTED subject to the following conditions:-









1. Within one month of the first occupation of the dwellings hereby permitted the existing dwelling shall be demolished and all demolition materials removed from the site.

Reason
In the interest of the amenities of the area, in accordance with Policies D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.

2. The garage accommodation hereby permitted shall be retained and be available at all times for the garaging of vehicles.

Reason
Having regard to the restricted nature of the site, its relationship with the surrounding area and the limited amount of parking available, and to accord with Policies D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.

3. No development shall take place until details have been submitted and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority showing the existing and proposed ground levels of the site and proposed ground levels of the buildings hereby permitted.

Reason
In the interest of the amenities of the area, in accordance with Policies D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.

4. No development shall take place until samples of the materials to be used in the construction of the external surfaces of the development hereby permitted have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details.

Reason
In the interest of the amenities of the area, in accordance with Policies D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.

5. No development shall take place until samples of the materials to be used in the construction of the hard surface areas of the development hereby permitted have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details.

Reason
In the interest of the amenities of the area, in accordance with Policies D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.

6. No development shall take place until details of all proposed screen walls or fences, or similar structures, have been submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority in writing and such walls or fences or similar structures as may be approved by the Local Planning Authority shall be erected within a period of one month from the date of the first occupation of any part of the approved development, and thereafter be maintained to the satisfaction of the Local Planning Authority.

Reason
In the interest of the amenities of the area, in accordance with Policies D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.

7. Notwithstanding the provisions of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 (or any other Order revoking or re-enacting that Order with or without modification), no buildings or structures as defined within Part 1 of schedule 2, Classes A-H inclusive of that order, shall be erected on the site without the written permission of the Local Planning Authority.

Reason
In the interest of the amenities of the area, in accordance with Policies RD1, D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.

8. No floodlights or other forms of external lighting shall be installed on the site, other than that approved as part of this development, without the prior permission, in writing, of the Local Planning Authority.

Reason
In the interest of the amenities of the area, in accordance with Policies D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.

9. Prior to commencement of any works on site, demolition or other development activities, a scheme of tree protection (in line with BS 5837:1991, Trees in relation to construction) shall be submitted to and agreed by the Local Planning Authority in writing. Where relevant, such scheme shall also take "off site" trees into consideration. The Local Authority Tree and Landscape Officer shall be informed of the proposed commencement date a minimum of two weeks prior to that date to allow inspection of protection measures before commencement. The agreed protection to be kept in position throughout the development period until all equipment, machinery and surplus materials have been removed from the site. Nothing shall be stored or placed in any area fenced in accordance with this condition and the ground levels within those areas shall not be altered, nor shall any excavation be made, without written consent of the Local Planning Authority.

Reason
In the interest of the amenities of the area, in accordance with Policies D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.

10. Prior to commencement of any works on site, details of any services to be provided or repaired including drains and soakaways, on or to the site, shall be submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority in writing and shall be carried out as shown. This requirement is in addition to any submission under the Building Regulations. Any amendments to be agreed with the Local Planning Authority in writing.

Reason
In the interest of the amenities of the area, in accordance with Policies D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.

11. Destruction by burning of materials obtained by site clearance, if at all necessary, shall not take place within 10 metres of the furthest extent of the canopy of any tree or tree group to be retained on the site or on land adjoining.

Reason
In the interest of the character and amenities of the area, in accordance with Policies D1 and D4 of the Waverely Borough Local Plan 2002.

12. Prior to commencement of any works on site, demolition or other development activities, space shall be provided and clearly identified within the site or on other land controlled by the applicant to accommodate:

Reason
To safeguard the trees on and around the site and to accord with Policies D, D4 and D7 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.

13. The existing hedge along the boundaries of the site shall be retained at a minimum height of 2.5 metres for a period of 10 years. The maintenance is to include the replacement of any parts of the hedge which die, and shall ensure a good screening effect.

Reason
In the interest of the amenities of the area, in accordance with Policies D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.

14. No development shall take place until a detailed landscaping scheme has been submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority in writing. The landscaping scheme shall include details of planting enhancements to the ditches on the boundaries of the site, including the incorporation of a hedgerow to the southern boundary. The approved scheme shall be carried out strictly in accordance with the agreed details and shall be carried out within the first planting season after commencement of the development or as otherwise agreed in writing with the Local Planning Authority. The landscaping shall be maintained to the satisfaction of the Local Planning Authority for a period of 5 years after planting, such maintnenace to include the replacement of any trees and shrubs that die or have otherwise become, in the opinion of the Local Planning Authority, seriously damaged or defective. Such replacements to be of same species and size as those originally planted.

Reason
In the interest of the amenties of the area, in accordance with Policies D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.

15. A landscape management plan, including long term design objectives, management responsibilities and maintenance schedules for all landscape areas, other than small, privately owned, domestic gardens, shall be submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority prior to the occupation of the development or any phase of the development. The landscape management plan shall be carried out as approved.

Reason
In the interest of the amenities of the area, in accordance with Policies D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.

16. No development shall take place until a schedule of landscape maintenance for a minimum period of 10 years has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The schedule shall include details of the arrangements for its implementation. Development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved schedule.

Reason
In the interest of the amenities of the area, in accordance with Policies D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.

17. No development shall take place until a scheme, which shall include details of any important flora and/or fauna to be retained on the site and means for the protection of their habitat during the course of development, has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority and the development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved scheme.

Reason
To safeguard the ecological interest of the site in accordance with Policies C11 and D5 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.

18. There shall be no storage of materials during construction within 5 metres of the ditches. This exclusion area must be suitably marked and protected during construction and there shall be no access to this area during development, nor shall there be any fires, dumping or tracking of machinery within this area.

Reason
To reduce the impact of the proposed development on wildlife habitats upstream and downstream, including bankside habitats, in accordance with Policies C11 and D5 of Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.

19. Notwithstanding the provisions of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 (or any order revoking and re-enacting that order with or without modification) no new development including but not limited to fences, gates, walls, hardstanding or any other structure, shall be erected within 5 metres of the bank of any watercourse on site.

Reason
To protect the amenity and character of the watercourse and its conservation value as a wildlife corridor, in accordance with Policies C11 and D5 of Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002.
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A.2WA/2004/1428Conversion of existing farm buildings to form 4 residential units with associated parking, alterations and extensions to wall, and ancillary works at Ladywell Farm Barns, Ashtead Lane, Godalming,
Crownhall Estates
01/07/2004
Grid Reference:E: 496306 N: 142603
Town:Godalming
Ward :Godalming Holloway
Development Plan :Green Belt
Highway Authority :No requirements
Drainage Authority: Environment Agency’s comments dated 27/01/2003 apply. Raise no objection in principle but recommend conditions and informative
Environmental HealthRecommend conditions related to possible contaminated land and unsuspected contaminated land
Town Council:No objection
Representations:A total of 8 letters received; 1 raising objection to following;
1. Strongly object to proposal to convert existing farm buildings to residential use.
2. Development would lead to increase in traffic along a single-track road leading to increased hazard to both vehicles and pedestrians.
3. Proposal would lead to loss of privacy and would ruin peaceful aspect and the unique beauty of the area.
4. The proposal would be contrary to Surrey Structure Plan which states that development must be compatible with the character of the countryside, thus not leading to further urbanisation.
    3 letters providing comments on following;
    1. The entrance wall of 1.6m would result in additional noise to surrounding neighbours. It would also result in the living room and private garden area of unit 2 being in full view
    2. Would like to see drawings of the proposed changes to Ashtead Lane itself.
    3. The car parking as indicated is inadequate to serve the proposed development, leading to the parking of cars along the narrow lane.
    4. The dormer window proposed in the south elevation to unit 1 is out of keeping, while a simple velux window would be more appropriate.
    5. The proposal for the mixed roofing materials that reflect the current roof treatments would not result in a cohesive design solution and would suggest all buildings have hand made clay tiles.
    6. The proposed stonewall along the boundary with Ashtead Farmhouse and unit 3 would increase the privacy to both dwellings if extended along the remaining 3m to the end of the garden.
    7. Would request, prior to any approval given, a method of construction for the Listed Wall including the damp proof course.
    8. Would suggest a mirror and/or warning signs be strategically placed to alleviate the difficult sight lines when exiting onto Ashtead Lane.
      4 letters raising no objection to the proposal and making comment on following;
      1. Over the last 4 years no use has been found for the agricultural buildings of Ladywell Farm. They have remained empty for the past four years. The proposal is ideally suited for conversion to residential use and therefore restoring the dilapidated buildings.
      2. Would like to thank Waverley Borough Council and Crownhall Estates for taking time and trouble to consider all the points raised with regard to the previous application (WA/2003/2616).
      3. Proposal is most acceptable compared to the previous application for a similar development provided that no substantive variations are submitted between now and the completion of the proposed development.
      4. Raise issue with the demolition of the cow shed (which is supported) in respect of possible contamination and would request that demolition be carried out in accordance with Health and Safety guidelines.
      5. Would suggest that planning permission and Listed Building Consent be withheld until a method statement is submitted and approved by Waverley Borough Council.
      6. Suggest that the proposed extension to building F onto footprint of E be independent of the stone boundary wall and that the damp proofing of the Listed Wall should tend towards dismantling and rebuilding rather than repair.
      7. The submitted landscaping scheme is supported and there is no objection to the removal of the conifer tree due to adverse impact on building D.
      8. Would prefer to see natural slate roof on garage building rather than ‘slate effect roofing’. Where clay tile is indicated it would be preferable to use new hand-made plain clay tile.

      Relevant History
      WA/2003/2616Conversion of existing farm buildings to form four residential units
      Withdrawn
      26/03/2003



      Description of Site/Background

      Ladywell Farm is located along a single track off Ashtead Lane, Godalming. The site comprises of a collection of disused former agricultural buildings. Most of these are single storey, with one main unit located along the lane to the north west of the site being two storeys. Located to the west of the site is the recently Listed Building of Ashtead Farmhouse, while another Listed Building known as Ladywell Tythe Barn is located to the north of the site. The site is currently vacant.

      The site has been subject to a similar planning application for conversion into four residential units (ref WA/2003/2616). This application was withdrawn following concerns raised by officers relating to encroachment of built form within the Green Belt, the amount of new buildings proposed, the proposed residential garden amenity space allocated to the four residential units and the scale of the proposed garaging and location of bin store.

      The Proposal

      The conversion of existing redundant farm buildings to form four independent residential dwellings; the demolition of five former agricultural buildings; the erection of a boundary wall along Ashtead Lane; repairs, alterations, extension and provision of a damp proof course to Listed Wall located to the west of the site and the erection of a new outbuilding for the garaging of four vehicles along with attached bin storage and additional storage.

      Submissions in Support

      Following discussions with officers the previous application was withdrawn. The current application takes account of the concerns raised by officers along with comments made by neighbours in letters of representations.
      There will be no skylight in north facing roof pitch to building D (units 1 and 2), while the existing window will be fixed shut and fixed with Flemish glazing and the height of the ground floor window has been reduced.
      It is proposed to incorporate new planting and screening to the Ashtead Lane frontage to reduce noise arising from future occupiers of units 1 and 2.
      The fir tree located in front of unit 1 is to be removed in order to ensure structural integrity of the unit and of the adjacent Listed Wall.
      The entrance wall has been reduced to 1.6m from 2m as it was considered to be too high.
      The proposed bin store is now located to the rear of the covered parking area, some 20m from Ashtead Lane and has been enclosed.
      The proposed garaging has been reduced from the previously proposed 6 bay garage to 4 bay and now includes a lockable storage area at the rear to ensure that external storage is kept to a minimum.
      It is proposed to alter the camber of Ashtead Lane and pipe excess water to a suitably located soakaway within the application curtilage in order to address neighbour comments previously raised with respect to surface flooding along the lane.
      The proposed restoration and repair of the Listed Bargate stone Wall separating the proposed development site and the Listed Ashtead Farmhouse is required as the wall is in a poor state of repair. The works proposed would preserve and enhance the setting of the Listed Farmhouse.
      Access to the site is directly off Ashtead Lane at a mid point along the site frontage. It is proposed to move the existing site access some 6m to the east in order to provide unit 2 with an increased private garden area and improve sight lines westwards towards Ashtead Lane.
      The buildings have not been in use for some 6 years. It is proposed to demolish buildings A, B, C, H and I. Building I is an ‘Ascost’ barn, its removal will allow greater circulation within the site along with considerable visual enhancement to the surrounding countryside. The remaining buildings to be demolished are in a poor state of repair and are not worthy of retention and include two open sided ‘Dutch’ barns and two storage sheds.
      The proposal includes a new open sided barn to provide garaging for four vehicles along with storage; this building has been reduced in size when compared to the previous application. The remaining land is to be reverted to grass land.
      Existing buildings provide 1,592sqm of floor space. The conversion of buildings to residential would provide some 670sqm. This would lead to a net reduction of some 922sqm, or 58%.
      The proposal is considered to accord with PPG2 and PPG7 along with Surrey Structure Plan Policies and Local Plan Policies. Relevant Policies

      Policies PE2 and RU3 of the Surrey Structure Plan 1994
      Policies LO4 and SE4 of the Surrey Structure Replacement Plan (Deposit Draft) 2002 and Incorporating Proposed Modifications June 2004
      Policies C1, RD7, D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002

      Main Planning Issues

      The main planning issues are considered to be the following: -
      1. Compliance with Re-use and Adaptation of Buildings in Rural Areas, Policy RD7
      2. Compliance with Green Belt, Policy C1
      3. Impact upon visual and residential amenity
      4. Other issues

      1. Compliance with Re-use and Adaptation of Buildings in Rural Areas, Policy RD7

      2. Compliance with Green Belt, Policy C1

      3. Impact upon visual and residential amenity

      4. Other issues

      Conclusions

      The proposal for the conversion of existing farm buildings to form 4 residential units with associated parking, alterations and extensions and ancillary works is considered to comply with Policy RD7 relating to the reuse and adaptation of buildings within the rural area. The proposal includes the erection of a new garage outbuilding. It is considered that there are very special circumstances that allow the policy of restraint to be set aside. The development is not considered to result in significant material harm to visual or residential amenity.

      SUMMARY OF REASONS FOR GRANTING PERMISSION

      The development hereby granted has been assessed against the following Development Plan policies: Policies PE2 and RU3 of the Surrey Structure Plan 1994, Policies LO4 and SE4 of the Surrey Structure Replacement Plan (Deposit Draft) 2002 and Incorporating Proposed Modifications June 2004 and Policies C1, RD7, D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002 and material considerations, including third party representations. It has been concluded that the development would not result in any harm that would justify refusal in the public interest.

      Recommendation

      That planning permission be GRANTED subject to the following conditions:

      1. Condition
      Reason
      2. Condition
      Reason
      3. Condition
      Reason
      4. Condition
      Reason
      5. Condition
      Reason
      6. Condition
      7. Condition
      Reason
      8. Condition
      Reason
      9. Condition
      Reason
      Informatives

      The applicant is advised to note the contents of the attached letter from the Environment Agency dated 27/01/2003 .
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      COMMS/CENTRAL/2004-05/019
      39415

      CENTRAL 32
      SCHEDULE “B” TO THE AGENDA FOR THE
      CENTRAL AREA DEVELOPMENT CONTROL SUB-COMMITTEE
      22ND SEPTEMBER 2004

      Applications where the considerations involved are clearly defined.
      Relevant History

      WA/2003/2616Conversion of existing buildings to form four residential units
      Withdrawn
      26/03/2003
      WA/2004/1428Conversion of existing buildings to form 4 residential units and associated parking, alteration and extension to wall and ancillary works
      Pending

      Description of Site/Background

      This proposal should be considered along with application WA/2004/1428 reported elsewhere on this agenda.

      Ladywell Farm is located to the west of Ashtead Lane, Godalming and comprises of a number of disused agricultural buildings, barns and storage sheds. This application refers to a shared boundary wall located to the west of the site that forms part of a kitchen garden boundary treatment to the recently listed Ashtead Farmhouse. Ashtead Farmhouse with attached outbuildings and garden wall has been listed Grade II on 31/03/2004.

      The proposal includes extending the length of the wall to the south west along with increasing the height of the wall in order to provide additional privacy to both new occupiers of buildings D and E (Units 1 and 3) on the development proposed under WA/2004/1428 and to the existing occupiers of Ashtead Farmhouse.

      The Proposal

      Alterations to existing Listed Wall along western boundary with Ashtead Farmhouse, increase height of wall abutting building E and provide an extension of the wall of some 0.9m to provide additional screening to the garden area of building E (Unit 3).

      Relevant Policies

      Policies PE2 and PE12 of the Surrey Structure Plan 1994
      Policies LO4, SE4 and SE5 of the Surrey Structure Replacement Plan (Deposit Draft) 2002 and Incorporating Proposed Modifications June 2004
      Policies C1, HE5, D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002

      Main Planning Issues

      The main planning issues are considered to be the impact upon the Listed Wall and Ashtead Farmhouse.

      The proposal for extensions and alterations to the shared boundary wall between the Grade II Listed farmhouse and Ladywell Farm is linked with application WA/2004/1428 for the conversion of farm buildings to four residential units. It is considered that the works are appropriate, desirable and necessary. The proposal would provide increased privacy to both new occupants and existing occupants of Ashtead Farmhouse. Details provided ensure the alterations and extensions to the wall would be completed to a high design standard utilising the indicative Bargate stone and brick with capping to match the existing wall along the new section of wall and the extended height of the wall to building E (Unit 3).

      It is accepted that the new residential units within buildings D and E will require some form of damp proofing. This has been dealt with by condition.

      Conclusions

      The proposal is not considered to have a detrimental effect upon the setting of the Listed Building and is considered to be appropriate to its character in terms of siting, style, scale, height and materials.

      SUMMARY OF REASONS FOR GRANTING PERMISSION
      The development hereby granted consent has been assessed against the following Development Plan policies: Policies PE2 and PE12 of the Surrey Structure Plan 1994, Policies LO4, SE4 and SE5 of the Surrey Structure Replacement Plan (Deposit Draft) 2002 and Incorporating Proposed Modifications June 2004 and Policies C1, HE5, D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002 and material considerations, including third party representations. It has been concluded that the development would not result in any harm that would justify refusal in the public interest.

      Recommendation

      That Listed Building Consent be GRANTED for the following reasons:


      1. Condition
      Reason
      2. Only methods of damp proofing that are virtical, reversible and non-damaging will be permitted to the Listed Wall within the newly created accommodation side of the wall, subject to the approval of details, to be agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority, prior to the commencement of works.

      Reason
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      B.2WA04/1407
      M J and J A Hearn
      23.6.04
      Erection of a workshop/hobbies room and a storage shed together with the resiting of garage and greenhouse following demolition of certain existing outbuildings at Pinecroft, Thursley Road, Elstead as amended by letter dated 24.8.04 and plans received 25.8.04.
      Grid Reference:E: 490023 N: 142134
      Parish:Elstead
      Ward:Elstead and Thursley
      Development Plan:MGB, AONB, AGLV – outside settlement area
      Highway Authority:No requirements
      Drainage Authority:No requirements
      Parish Council:No comments received

      Description of Site/Background

      Pinecroft is a semi-detached dwelling house situated on the east side of Thursley Road. The property is served by a number of outbuildings in the rear garden of the property.

      The Proposal

      The application seeks to demolish an existing workshop, garage and shed and to erect a replacement workshop in the same position, a new storage building and to reposition the existing greenhouse.

      Relevant Policies

      Surrey Structure Plan 1994 – Policies PE2 and PE7
      Surrey Structure Replacement Plan (Deposit Draft) 2002 – Policies LO4, SE8 and SE4
      Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002 – Policies C1, C3, D1 and D4

      Main Planning Issues

      This application is brought before the Sub-Committee because the applicant is an employee of Waverley Borough Council.

      The site is located within the Metropolitan Green Belt, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and an Area of Great Landscape Value, outside of any defined settlement area wherein rural planning policies place strict restraint upon development.

      The following are material considerations:-

      The site is in the Green Belt wherein there is a presumption against development and new outbuildings are inappropriate by definition.

      The proposal can only be accepted if there are very special circumstances to support it. In this case, the officers consider that there are special circumstances as the proposed outbuildings replace existing outbuildings to be demolished.

      In its original form, the application included the replacement of the garage at the end of the garden. This would have resulted in a net increase of accommodation and built form upon the site, contrary to Green Belt policies.

      Following negotiation with officers, the garage element has been omitted and the applicants confirm they have no foreseeable requirement for a garage and will rely on unenclosed parking.

      The replacement workshop would have a floor area of 21.8 sq.m. and a height of 3.8 m. to replace the existing workshop of 21.5 sq.m. and 2.5 m. in height. The existing greenhouse of 9 sq.m. in area and 2.5 m. in height is merely to be repositioned. An existing shed of 5 sq.m. and height of 2.4 m. is to be demolished, as well as the demolition of the existing garage, which has a floor area of 22.5 sq.m. and a height of 2.5 m. A new storage building of 25.7 sq.m. is to be erected, which has a height of 3.8 m.

      In summary, the total floorspace area of buildings to be demolished amounts to 58 sq.m. In comparison, the proposed buildings would result in a total floorspace of 56.5 sq.m. However, these new buildings would be of a greater height than those to be demolished. It is considered that the reduction of floor area of the proposed buildings compensates for the additional height in respect of the overall bulk and massing.

      The resultant form would still be one of a number of buildings across the site in this countryside location. However, it is not considered that the likely effect of the proposal would be materially more harmful to the openness of the Green Belt than the existing situation.

      Summary of Reasons for Granting Planning Permission

      The development granted has been assessed against the Development Plan policies; Policies PE2 and PE7 of the Surrey Structure Plan 1994, Policies LO4, SE4 and SE8 of the Surrey Structure Replacement Plan (Deposit Draft) 2002 and Policies C1, C3, D1 and D4 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002 and material considerations, including third party representations. It has been concluded that the development would not result in any harm that would justify refusal in this public interest.


      Recommendation

      That permission be GRANTED subject to the following conditions:-

      1. Condition
      Reason
      2. Condition
      The buildings hereby approved (including the roof space) shall be retained and available at all times for domestic storage and shall not be used for habitable accommodation or commercial purposes whatsoever unless first agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

      Reason
      3. Condition
      Reason
      4. Condition
      Reason
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      B.3WA/2004/1624Erection of a timber storage shed at Cemetery Chapels, Deanery Road, Godalming,
      Skillway
      23/07/2004
      Grid Reference:E: 497160 N: 144649
      Town:Godalming
      Ward:Godalming Charterhouse
      Development Plan:Listed Building, Godalming Hillside
      Highway Authority:No requirements
      Drainage Authority: No requirements
      Town Council:No objection subject to views of Waverley’s Historical Buildings Officer

      Relevant History
      WA/2000/1603Change of use from cemetery chapels to training workshops
      Permitted
      09/11/2000
      WA/2000/1604Application for Listed Building Consent for internal alterations
      Consent Granted
      09/11/2000
      WA/2001/2424Change of use and alterations to redundant mortuary building to provide teaching area and machine preparation area in association with adjacent workshops (as amplified by letters dated 25/02/2002 and 27/03/2002 and plans received 25/01/2002)
      Permitted
      04/04/2002
      WA/2001/2425Application for Listed Building Consent for alterations and repairs to redundant mortuary building (as amplified by letters dated 25/02/2001 and 27/03/2001 and plans received 25/01/2001)
      Consent Granted
      04/04/2002

      Description of Site/Background

      The site is located within the Deanery Road Cemetery and to the north west of Deanery Road. The site comprises of a pair of mid 19th Century chapels with a three bay central link range and is Grade II Listed. To the north of the chapel is a previous mortuary building of single storey. The buildings are located on the upper slopes of the Deanery Road Cemetery, with the steep bank rising to the rear towards Shadyhanger.

      Planning permission and Listed Building Consent were granted for the change of use of the main chapel and later for the change of use of the mortuary building for the use of workshops to train disaffected secondary school children manual skills.

      Planning permission is now sought for the erection of a modest storage shed to facilitate the existing permitted use.

      The Proposal

      Erection of a timber storage shed measuring 3.6m by 2.4m and with a ridge height of 3.1m to the rear of Cemetery Chapel. The shed would be constructed of softwood boarding with a mineral felt tile roof and would be sited to the rear of the main building and within 900mm of the site of the rear building.

      Submissions in Support

      The applicant’s make the following points in support of the application: -

      Skillway obtained planning consent in November 2000 to convert and use the Listed Grade II Chapel Building as Educational Skills Workshops. In April 2002 planning consent was granted to upgrade the dilapidated mortuary building and use it for teaching Creative Art and Crafts.
      Skillway is a Godalming based charity that takes disaffected and non-academic pupils from six Waverley based secondary schools and teach them a variety of manual skills and crafts. Accreditation under the Open College Network is available for many of these pupils.
      Skillway has been very successful and the wide range of skills training now available has meant we have developed a considerable storage problem, both for materials and for work in progress.
      Skillway Management Committee has concluded that the only sensible and affordable answer to this problem is the external storage shed as proposed.
      A permanent structure would be outside our ability to fund and the current requirement may not be permanent, it is considered a five-year approval may be sufficient.
      We have had communication with Waverley Historic Buildings Officer and have made modifications to our original proposal that we hope go some way to meeting his suggestions. We understand that he would prefer a clay tiled roof to match existing buildings but a standard shed would not support that weight and would be very expensive for a possible short-term requirement.
      Following consultation with the Godalming Burial Committee, the site proposed is the only site where there are no burial records. The Committee has agreed in principle the siting of a temporary storage shed in this location.
      The site is very secluded and backs onto a very steep northwest boundary embankment.
      This siting is very secluded and would not be visible from almost anywhere on the site or from adjacent streets or properties. The setting from Deanery Road would not be affected.
      The shed would measure 2.4m by 3.6m and have softwood cladding stained light yellow brown in order to match as closely as possible the Bargate stone cladding on adjacent buildings. The roof pitch would be at 45*, matching that of adjacent buildings.
      The roof cladding to be red mineralised felt tiles, a colour as close to that of the Chapel Buildings. There will be a timber floor set on a paving slab base. Relevant Policies

      Policies PE10 and PE12 of the Surrey Structure Plan 1994
      Policies SE4 and SE5 of the Surrey Structure Replacement Plan (Deposit Draft) 2002 and Incorporating Proposed Modifications June 2004
      Policies D1, D4, BE5 and HE3 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002

      Main Planning Issues

      These are considered to be the following: -

      1. Impact upon setting of Listed Building
      2. Impact upon visual and residential amenity
      3. Impact upon Godalming Hillside, Policy BE3


      1. Impact upon setting of Listed Building

      2. Impact upon visual and residential amenity

      3. Impact upon Godalming Hillside, Policy BE5

      Conclusions

      The storage building would be discretely located and would not be viewed from the street scene. It would not result in significant material harm to neighbouring occupiers. There are concerns in respect to the chosen materials and design for the building and therefore the impact upon the setting of the Listed Building. It is considered, on balance, however that the proposed timber storage shed could be acceptable as a temporary building to fulfil the needs of this local based charity.

      SUMMARY OF REASONS FOR GRANTING PERMISSION

      The development hereby granted has been assessed against the following Development Plan policies: Policies PE10 and PE12 of the Surrey Structure Plan 1994, Policies SE4 and SE5 of the Surrey Structure Replacement Plan (Deposit Draft) 2002 and Incorporating Proposed Modifications June 2004 and Policies D1, D4, HE3 and BE5 of the Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002 and material considerations, including third party representations. It has been concluded that the development would not result in any harm that would justify refusal in the public interest.

      Recommendation

      That planning permission be GRANTED subject to the following conditions:

      1. Condition
      Reason
      2. Condition
      Reason
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      B.4WA/2004/1498Erection of extensions and alterations including extension to existing garage building at Birchwood, Gasden Copse, Witley
      D Englefield & P Grant
      19/07/2004
      Grid Reference:E: 493696 N: 140410
      Parish :Witley
      Ward :Witley and Hambledon
      Development Plan :MGB (Surrey Hills AONB not subject to Policy C3) - within settlement area
      Highway Authority :No requirements
      Drainage Authority: In respect of the proposed garage extension, please note that there exists an important land drainage watercourse crossing the site approximately at this location. Its status is an Ordinary Watercourse for which the householder, as the riparian landowner, is responsible for upkeep and maintenance.
        Near to the location of the garage, the watercourse is recorded as culverted 225mm bore. Upstream of this is charted as an open channel.

        The proposed garage development shall not impose on the watercourse to a greater extent than the existing structure. Ideally, a suitable zone of protection either side of the watercourse is required for maintenance purposes and therefore shall be left clear of any buildings.

        For clarification of matters relating to land drainage, the Applicant should contact a representative of the Engineering Manager.
        Parish Council:No objection, subject to 40% rule.

        Introduction

        This application has been brought before the Sub-Committee as one of the applicants is a member of staff.

        Description of Site/Location

        ‘Birchwood’ is a detached chalet-style bungalow situated in an elevated position on the eastern side of the road.

        The existing dwelling has been extended and altered at the rear, which includes a single-storey addition on the rear and conservatory on the side. In addition to the dwelling, there is a single garage/car port situated on lower ground on the frontage.

        The road is characterised by predominantly detached properties of varied size, age and style.

        The Proposal

        The application comprises two elements.

        Firstly, the extension and alteration of the existing dwelling. This mainly comprises the erection of a two-storey extension on the rear elevation, following demolition of the existing single-storey elements. The extension would have a depth of 4.38m, a width of 10.7m and a height to eaves of 4.3m. The main ridgeline of the dwelling would be extended to the rear. In addition to this, dormers are to be added to the front and south side elevations, and a new entrance porch on the north side elevation.

        The second element involves the replacement of the carport with a second garage. The new garage would measure 5.8m x 3.9m and follow the form and height of the existing garage building. The resultant double garage would have a floor area of 37.3 sq m and ridge height of 3.9 m.

        The Principle

        The site is located within the defined rural settlement of Witley wherein new development can be acceptable subject to scale, visual and residential amenity considerations.

        Relevant Policies

        Surrey Structure Plan 1994 - PE2, RU1
        Surrey Structure Replacement Plan (Deposit Draft) 2002 - LO4, LO6, SE4 (LO5 - Incorporating Proposed Modifications - June 2004)
        Waverley Borough Local Plan 2002 - C1, RD1, D1, D4

        Main Issues

        The main issues in relation to this proposal are the impact of the development on the scale and character of the dwelling, and on the general streetscene.

        In view of the position and design of the development and separation to the side boundaries, there is not considered to be an adverse effect on the amenities of neighbouring residential occupiers.

        The garaging element of the proposal is considered to be acceptable. Although there would be a slight increase in the footprint and bulk of building on site, the resultant building is low-lying and would be largely screened from the road by a mature hedge and other nearby vegetation. The comments of the Borough Engineer in relation to land drainage are noted.

        The officers do, however, express concern over the scale, form and impact of the rear extension. The proposal would involve the erection of a two-storey extension onto a chalet-style dwelling which would not reflect the scale and modest proportions of the existing dwelling. The SPG on Residential Extensions (Dec 2002) advises that extensions should have a reduced bulk and mass, and also discourages the use of flat-roofed dormers. It is considered that the proposal would conflict with this advice.

        The dwelling is elevated to the road. Although the proposed extension is located at the rear, the extension would be clearly visible from the road due to its size and massing and be seen to dominate the setting of the existing dwelling.

        In conclusion, there is clearly scope for the enlargement of the dwelling. The Parish Council comments are noted, but the 40% policy rule would not apply in this location. However, the scale and form of this particular proposal are considered to be out-of-keeping with the existing dwelling and to cause material harm to the character and appearance of the locality.

        Recommendation

        That permission be refused for the following reason:

        1. Reason
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        COMMS/CENTRAL/2004-05/020
        39415
        CENTRAL 40
        AGENDA ‘C’ TO THE AGENDA FOR THE
        CENTRAL AREA DEVELOPMENT CONTROL SUB-COMMITTEE
        22ND SEPTEMBER 2004

        Application determined in accordance with the approved terms of delegation to the Director of Planning and Development

        Background Papers (DopD)
        There are no background papers (as defined by Section 100D(5) of the Local Government Act 1972) relating to this report.

        Plan No.
        Applicant
        Development Proposed
        Site Description
        Decision
        TC/2004/0006
        Orange Pcs Ltd
        G.P.D.O. Part 24; siting of an 8 metre high telegraph pole style telecommunication mast and ancillary cabinet (as amplified by letter dated 12/08/04).
        Land Adjacent To The White Hart, 19, Bourne Road, Godalming.
        Refused
        TM/2004/0071
        D Gleed
        Charterhouse School
        Application to fell 2 trees and works to 2 others the subject of Tree Preservation Order 174.
        Timbers, North Way, Godalming.
        TPO Refusal
        TM/2004/0075
        Walnut Tree Gardens Management Ltd
        Works to tree the subject of Tree Preservation Order WA271.
        Land Adjacent To 12, Walnut Tree Gardens, Godalming.
        TPO Consent
        TM/2004/0077
        G G Martin (Bursar)
        Application for consent to fell a wellingtonia the subject of Tree Preservation Order WA147.
        St Hilarys School, Holloway Hill, Godalming.
        TPO Consent
        TM/2004/0080
        G F Genner
        Application for consent to fell a sycamore the subject of Tree Preservation Order WA220.
        5, Flitwick Grange, Milford.
        Withdrawn
        WA/2004/0430
        Michael Shanly Homes
        Erection of a building to provide 12 two bedroom flats with associated parking and access following demolition of existing building (revision of WA/2003/2300).
        Oakhurst, Frith Hill Road, Godalming.
        Withdrawn
        WA/2004/0617
        Hamptons International
        Erection of a single storey extension and alterations.
        93, High Street, Godalming.
        Refused
        WA/2004/0814
        Ben Scott Plant Sales
        Use of land and premises for minor repairs, storage and sale of small construction equipment.
        Station Yard, Summers Road, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1201
        R Biggs
        Application for a Certificate of Lawfulness under Section 191 for the use of part of ground floor as a self-contained flat.
        Flat 1, Pound Corner, 2 Farncombe Hill, Godalming.
        Cert of Lawfulness Refused
        WA/2004/1202
        R Biggs
        Application for a Certificate of Lawfulness under Section 191 for the use of part of first floor as a self-contained flat.
        Flat 2, Pound Corner, 2 Farncombe Hill, Godalming.
        Cert of Lawfulness Refused
        WA/2004/1203
        R Biggs
        Application for a Certificate of Lawfulness under Section 191 for the use of part of loft area as a self-contained flat.
        Flat 3, Pound Corner, 2 Farncombe Hill, Godalming.
        Certificate of Lawfulness Refused
        WA/2004/1310
        Mr & Mrs Cooper
        Erection of a single storey link extension.
        Mark End, Mark Way, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1327
        Mr & Mrs Harris
        Erection of a garage following demolition of existing garage together with associated works and the alteration of existing access.
        28, Portsmouth Road, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1359
        A Stanford
        Erection of a conservatory.
        31, South Hill, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1363
        Mr & Mrs C Mutton
        Erection of an extension (revision of WA/2004/0664).
        18, Tudor Road, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1364
        R Mccarthy
        Erection of a single storey extension.
        Badgers Hill, Knoll Quarry, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1374
        Mr & Mrs R Lucy
        Erection of a two storey extension.
        Foxbury House, Hascombe Road, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1377
        Mr & Mrs Barnes
        Erection of single storey extensions and a dormer window.
        18, Lower Manor Road, Milford.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1381
        Peerless Housing Group
        Erection of 2 buildings to provide 3 one-bedroom flats, 3 two-bedroom flats and 4 two-bedroom maisonettes with access off Ockfields.
        Land To Rear Of 48-58, Church Road, Milford.
        Refused
        WA/2004/1382
        Mr & Mrs Leighton
        Erection of a conservatory (as amplified by letter dated 18/07/04).
        Enton Hurst, Water Lane, Enton, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1389
        Hutchison 3g Uk Ltd
        Erection of a 25 metre telecommunication mast with associated antennae, dishes and equipment cabinets within a fenced compound.
        Land At Moushill Pumping Station, Portsmouth Road, Milford.
        Refused
        WA/2004/1399
        Mr & Mrs I Proctor
        Erection of extensions (as amplified by additional letter and plans received 23/7/04).
        Rawdon Cottage, Highfield Lane, Thursley.
        Refused
        WA/2004/1414
        Esso Petroleum Co Ltd
        Consent to display illuminated and non-illuminated signs.
        Manor Weald Service Station, Portsmouth Road, Milford.
        Advertisement Consent Refused
        WA/2004/1416
        Mr & Mrs D Bevans
        Construction of rear dormers for loft conversion.
        St Judes, Beacon View Road, Elstead.
        Refused
        WA/2004/1417
        Mr & Mrs M Duke
        Erection of a single storey extension.
        16, Hazelwood, Elstead.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1423
        S Hancock
        Erection of extensions following demolition of existing extensions (as amended by e-mail dated 16/8/04).
        Ashford, Hookley Lane, Elstead.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1431
        Reigate Stock Share & Estates Co Ltd
        Erection of a terrace of 7 houses and associated works.
        Land At Rear Of 49-51, High Street, Godalming.
        Withdrawn
        WA/2004/1435
        Mr & Mrs P T Reading
        Erection of a first floor extension (revision of WA/2004/0455).
        4, The Manor, Milford.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1438
        Mr & Mrs R Webb
        Construction of dormer windows for loft conversion.
        Serondella, 4, Mark Way, Godalming.
        Withdrawn
        WA/2004/1440
        Sir John & Lady Samuel
        Erection of a two storey extension following demolition of existing extension (revision of WA/2004/0765).
        1 Stanes Cottages, Woodlands Road, Hambledon.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1443
        Techtrade Computers Ltd
        Provision of air conditioning units.
        Unit A2, Godalming Business Centre, Woolsack Way, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1452
        Mr & Mrs T Beard
        Erection of a first floor extension and alteration to elevations.
        24, Chichester Close, Witley.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1463
        Mr & Mrs E J Parsons
        Erection of a replacement conservatory (as amended by letter dated 29/07/04).
        18, Manor Fields, Milford.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1475
        Airwave Mm02 Uk Ltd
        Installation of temporary telecommunications equipment comprising a 22 metre mast and ancillary equipment and cabinet within fenced compound (renewal of WA/2003/1106).
        Catteshall Farm, Catteshall Lane, Godalming.
        Temporary Permission
        WA/2004/1476
        Mr & Mrs J Bull
        Erection of a building to provide garaging, stable and store following demolition of existing outbuildings.
        Brook Dene, Brook Road, Brook.
        Withdrawn
        WA/2004/1478
        P Mcgleughlin
        Erection of a first floor extension over existing single storey extension.
        Field Cottage, Hambledon Road, Busbridge, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1480
        Quest Worldwide
        Change of use from mixed C2/D1 residential and non-residential training use to mixed D1 non-residential training use and C1 Hotel use (revision of WA/2003/0585).
        The Manor House, Huxley Close, Godalming.
        Refused
        WA/2004/1482
        S Hawkes
        Erection of a two-storey extension and alterations to existing single dwelling and conversion into 2 flats.
        14, Carlos Street, Godalming.
        Refused
        WA/2004/1483
        Mr & Mrs R Stephenson
        Erection of an extension and alterations (as amended by letter dated 19/08/04 and plans received 23/08/04).
        Roundles Cottage, High Button, Thursley.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1485
        Mr R Signorelli
        Construction of a car port and a new access.
        Lynwode, Summerhouse Road, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1497
        S Dyer
        Change of use of former Fives Court building to provide ancillary guest accommodation (as amended by letter dated 27/7/04 and plans received 28/7/04).
        Pinewood Hill, Brook Road, Wormley.
        Refused
        WA/2004/1503
        L Wilson
        Erection of a car port, trellis fence and side gate.
        Kingwood Lodge, Sandhills, Wormley.
        Refused
        WA/2004/1506
        Mr & Mrs J Cooney
        Erection of extensions, alterations and provision of a self contained annex (revision of WA/2003/1785).
        Orchard House, Portsmouth Road, Milford.
        Withdrawn
        WA/2004/1508
        A Baker
        Erection of a replacement storage outbuilding following demolition of existing building and an existing garage.
        Oxenford Farm, Milford Road, Elstead.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1509
        P Drummond
        Alterations to fenestration; infill of internal terrace.
        Aelred, Ballfield Road, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1510
        G Woolgar
        Erection of extensions and alterations following demolition of existing garage and porch.
        9, Clover Lea, Godalming.
        Refused
        WA/2004/1521
        Mr & Mrs Berry
        Erection of extensions and alterations (revision of WA/2004/0476).
        Grey Lea Cottage, 1, Nightingale Road, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1523
        P Lordan
        Erection of a single storey extension.
        48, Minster Road, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1525
        E Bilimoria
        Erection of extensions and alterations to existing bungalow to provide a chalet bungalow.
        25, Birch Road, Godalming.
        Refused
        WA/2004/1534
        Orange Pcs Ltd
        Erection of an 8 metre high telegraph pole style telecommunication mast and ancillary equipment cabinet.
        Land At The White Horse, The Street, Hascombe.
        Withdrawn
        WA/2004/1538
        R Cox
        Erection of extensions together with a detached garage.
        1 Pound Cottages, The Street, Hascombe.
        Refused
        WA/2004/1539
        R Cox
        Application for Listed Building Consent for the erection of extensions and demolition of partly collapsed outbuilding.
        1 Pound Cottages, The Street, Hascombe.
        Listed Blg Refusal
        WA/2004/1540
        K Walia
        Provision of an external staircase to existing storage area.
        20, Farncombe Street, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1545
        Mr & Mrs G Ghinn
        Erection of extensions and alterations following demolition of part of existing building.
        Crofters, Roke Lane, Witley.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1549
        J P O'keefe
        Erection of extensions and alterations.
        38, Nightingale Road, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1550
        Whiteoaks Estates Ltd
        Erection of a detached dwelling and garage and associated works (revision of WA/2004/0020) (as amended by letter dated 26/8/04 and plan received 27/8/04).
        Land At 39, Oxted Green, Milford.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1552
        R Watts
        Erection of a two storey extension.
        8, Franklyn Road, Godalming.
        Refused
        WA/2004/1560
        N Goddard
        Erection of an outbuilding following demolition of existing outbuilding.
        116, Brighton Road, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1568
        E A Lim
        Erection of extensions and alterations.
        Yew House, Hascombe Road, Godalming.
        Refused
        WA/2004/1569
        S Newson
        Erection of a single storey extension.
        10, Robin Hill, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1577
        S Frost
        Erection of extensions and alterations to existing bungalow to provide a chalet bungalow.
        Leeward, Grosvenor Road, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1587
        Mr & Mrs Mullins
        Erection of a conservatory.
        3 Broomhill, Sandhills, Wormley.
        Refused
        WA/2004/1590
        Agn Shipleys
        Installation of four additional air conditioning units.
        Unit A3, Godalming Business Centre, Woolsack Way, Godalming.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1598
        Mr & Mrs K Pierce
        Erection of a single storey extension following demolition of conservatory.
        1 Moorside Cottages, Thursley Road, Elstead.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1610
        Mr & Mrs B Baggersgaard
        Application for Listed Building Consent for internal alterations to provide staircase to attic floor with alterations to attic/roof.
        Kingwood Hall, Sandhills, Wormley.
        Listed Blg Alterations Consent Granted
        WA/2004/1618
        J Parsons & L Riley
        Erection of extensions (revision of WA/2004/1114).
        3, Sunny Hill, Witley.
        Full Permission
        WA/2004/1675
        Casa Developments Ltd
        Erection of a new dwelling and attached garage.
        Land At Merryoak, The Drive, Godalming.
        Withdrawn
        WA/2004/1696
        Mr & Mrs C Evans
        Erection of a conservatory.
        Pump House Cottage, Hascombe Court, Mare Lane, Hascombe.
        Withdrawn






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