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Meeting of the Central Area Development Control Sub Committee held on 12/09/2001
Agenda




1. MINUTES

To confirm the Minutes of the Meeting of the Central Area Development Control Sub-Committee held on 15th August 2001 (to be laid on the table half an hour before the meeting).

2. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE AND SUBSTITUTIONS

To receive apologies for absence and to report any substitutions.

3. DISCLOSURE OF PECUNIARY AND OTHER INTERESTS

To receive from members in relation to any items included on the agenda for this meeting, disclosure of any pecuniary interests which are required to be disclosed by Section 94(1) of the Local Government Act 1972 and any personal non-pecuniary interests in such matters in accordance with paragraph 10 of the National Code of Local Government Conduct.

4. PLANNING APPLICATION - SITE INSPECTION

In the event of site inspections being necessary as a result of consideration of the applications before this meeting, these will be held on Thursday, 20th September 2001.

5. Applications for Planning Permission

To consider the reports at Schedules A, B and C attached. Plans and letters of representation, etc., will be available for inspection before the meeting.

6. PLANNING APPEALS

6.1 Appeals Lodged

The Council has received notice of the following appeals:-

P43/8/19/A Erection of timber building adjoining the northern boundary of the land without planning permission at The Croft, Hookley Lane, Elstead.

WA01/0723 Widening of existing single garage to double garage at Tanglewood, Gasden Copse, Witley.

WA01/1184 Erection of detached apartment and associated works on land at Fairleigh, Ramsden Road, Godalming.

WA01/0720 Conversion of the house into flats incorporating the demolition of the conservatory and utility room at The Mount, 16 Busbridge Lane, Godalming.

P43/8/19 Change of use of land as an operating centre for haulage purposes
B & C for the operation, parking and maintenance of 6 lorries plus 3 trailers at The Croft, Hookley Lane, Elstead

P43/13/3 The cessation of self-contained habitable use of The Applestore and
A, B & C reversion to use as storage and garaging ancillary to Foxbury and the removed of all fixtures and fittings associated with the self-containment and the demolition of the extensions, alterations and roof to the water tank at The Apple Store, Foxbury, Upper Vann Lane, Hambledon

P43/19/49 Change of use of land for agriculture to mixed use for agriculture and siting of caravans and mobile homes for habitable accommodation and siting of articulated lorry trailer at Old Wareham Brick Works, Haslemere Road, Brook.

Background Papers (CEx)

Notification of appeals received on 13th, 15th, 16th, 17th and 22nd August and 4th September 2001.

6.2 INQUIRY ARRANGEMENTS
7. ENFORCEMENT ACTION - CURRENT SITUATION

The current situation in respect of enforcement and related action previously authorised is set out below:-

(a) Majorland Rew, Godalming Road, Loxhill, Hascombe (19.6.96 and 20.8.97)

To secure cessation of the use of the land for the stationing of residential caravans and as a contractor’s depot. Enforcement Notices served taking effect 14.11.97. Further Notices served relating to the barn, mobile home, playhouse and other matters. Appeals lodged. Dismissed.

Notice varied to allow retention of barn. Time for compliance expires 16.7.00 for most things. Letter clarifying compliance requirements sent. Planning application received and position on site being monitored. Residential accommodation position being clarified. Letter of offer sent to occupants, who have asked Council to pursue possibility of housing accommodation.

(b) Gochers Yard, Culmer Hill, Witley (11.3.98)

To secure cessation of the use of land adjoining Gochers Yard, Witley for commercial purposes and the removal of the unauthorised extension to the existing building. Notice in respect of extension served. Appeal lodged. Site visit date not yet arranged. New retrospective application to retain building received. Appeal be held in abeyance pending the outcome of the application.

(c) Croft Nursery, Hookley Lane, Elstead (15.12.99)

To secure the cessation of the unauthorised storage use on the site together with removal of the stored items. Enforcement Notice issued and an appeal lodged. Enforcement Notice appeal dismissed, but notice varied to exclude dwellings. Enforcement Notice (as amended) upheld. Lawful Development Certificate appeal dismissed. Award of costs to the Council in respect of ground (d) of enforcement appeal and whole of costs in respect of Lawful Development Certificate appeal. High Court challenge withdrawn, costs paid, Notices come into effect 19.8.01.

(d) Marsh Farm, Station Lane, Enton, Witley (8.2.00)

To secure the cessation of the unauthorised storage and industrial uses of the site and removal of the stored items and any other items of equipment used in connection with the unauthorised uses. Enforcement notices issued and appeal lodged. Appeals allowed in part and dismissed in part. Car repair required to cease and building C and silos adjacent to buildings E, F and G to be demolished by 29th November 2001. Certain buildings allowed for storage use until 31st December 2003. If fishing development implemented, building J to be demolished.

(e) Weymead, 106 Meadrow, Godalming (5.4.00)

To secure the removal of a sign undesirable and inappropriate by reason of its size, design, illumination and prominence within the streetscene. Owner notified of intention to prosecute and final requests to remove sign. Prosecution statement under preparation. Further statement necessary following legal advice.


(f) Park Avenue, Peper Harow (24.5.00)

To secure the removal of the two unauthorised glazed extensions. Enforcement Notice served taking effect on 30th September 2000. Appeal against Enforcement Notice dismissed and Enforcement Notice upheld 26.3.01. Compliance date 26.9.01. New application received proposing demolition of existing extension.

(g) Croft Nursery, Hookley Lane, Elstead (21.6.00)

To secure the demolition of the unauthorised timber building and the removal of any demolition materials from the site; the cessation of the use of the additional haulage area, removal of the hard standing and restoration of the land to grass and, the cessation of the material change of use of the site from a use by three rigid lorries to a use by six lorries and three trailers. Retrospective application for timber building refused at meeting on 16th August 2000. Enforcement Notices served on 5th July 2001 taking effect on 17th August 2001. Compliance date six months.

(h) Fairfield Autos, Gochers Yard, Witley (16.8.00)

To secure the cessation of the unauthorised use of buildings for car repairs, servicing and maintenance. Certificate of Lawfulness application refused at January 2001 meeting. Enforcement Notice served taking effect on 12th April 2001. Appeal lodged. Notice now withdrawn and new wider Notice served covering all motor vehicles. Appeal lodged against new Notice. Public Inquiry date 20.11.01.

(i) 18 King’s Road, Farncombe (13.12.00)

To secure the cessation of use of the land and buildings, including the carport building and new timber shed, for the storage of builder’s materials, rubble or any other associated non-domestic paraphernalia, including any office facility; the removal of the timber cladding which has been attached to the previously existing carport building and, the removal of the timber shed which has been erected between the carport and the house. Enforcement Notice served taking effect on 12th May 2001.

(j) The Applestore, Foxbury, Upper Vann Lane, Hambledon (13.12.00)

To secure the cessation of self-contained habitable use of ‘The Applestore’ and reversion to use as storage and garaging ancillary to Foxbury; the removal of all fixtures and fittings associated with self-containment; the demolition of the extensions, alterations and roof to the water tank and, the removal of all demolition materials from the site. Enforcement notices have been served taking effect on 29th August, 2001. Compliance date six months. Appeals lodged.

(k) Heath Hall Farm, Bowlhead Green, Thursley (13.12.00)

To secure the cessation of the use of the front barn building for storage purposes unconnected with the agricultural holding and, the removal of the new agricultural building (cattle building) at the rear. Enforcement notice served on 26th June, to take effect on 26th July, 2001. Compliance date 26th January 2002. Appeal lodged.

(l) Wareham Brickworks, Haslemere Road, Brook (17.1.01)

To secure the cessation of the use of the land for the stationing of any mobile homes or caravans and vehicles or equipment connected with this use and also remove the articulated lorry trailer and, legal proceedings or an injunction be sought to secure the removal of the mobile homes or caravans and other items of residential occupation and the prevention of further mobile homes/caravans or other unauthorised structures being brought on to the land. Injunction proceedings to be heard in the High Court on 29th October 2001. Appeal against application WA00/1626 was dismissed 4th July 2001. Enforcement notice being drafted.

(m) 48-56 High Street, Godalming (6.2.01)

To secure removal of sign; prosecution authorised. Legal interests being established.

(n) Cooper Clarke, Catteshall Lane, Godalming (23.5.01)

To secure the cessation of the breach of conditions. Correspondence with the owners who have indicated that they intend complying with conditions. Situation is being monitored.

(o) Rockwood, Haslemere Road, Brook (18.7.01)

To secure the permanent removal of the extensions to the swimming pool building. Legal interests being established.

Background Papers (CEx)

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

8. QUESTIONS BY MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC

The Chairman to respond to any questions received from members of the public of which notice has been given in accordance with Standing Order 43.

9. EXCLUSION OF PRESS AND PUBLIC

To consider the following recommendation on the motion of the Chairman:-

Recommendation

That pursuant to Standing Order 48(4) and in accordance with Section 100A(4) of the Local Government Act 1972, the press and public be excluded from the meeting during consideration of the following items on the grounds that it is likely, in view of the nature of the business to be transacted or the nature of the proceedings, that if members of the public were present during the items, there would be disclosure to them of exempt information (as defined by Section 100I of the Act) of the description specified in the following paragraphs of Part 1 of Schedule 12A to the Local Government Act 1972, namely:-

Item 10

Any instructions to Counsel and any opinion of Counsel (whether or not in connection with any proceedings) and any advice received, information obtained or action to be taken in connection with:-

(a) any legal proceedings by or against the authority; or

(b) the determination of any matter affecting the authority

(whether, in either case, proceedings have been commenced or are in contemplation). (Paragraph 12)

10. LEGAL ADVICE

To consider any legal advice relating to any applications in the agenda.


For further information or assistance, please telephone Jean Radley, Senior Committee Secretary on extension 3400 or 01483 869400



Central 6
SCHEDULE 'A' TO THE AGENDA FOR THE
CENTRAL AREA DEVELOPMENT CONTROL SUB-COMMITTEE
12TH SEPTEMBER 2001

Major applications or those giving rise to substantial local controversy.

Background Papers (DoPD)

Unless stated otherwise there are no background papers (as defined by Section 100D (5) of the Local Government Act 1972) relating to any of the following reports.

A.1.WA01/0547
James Smith Estates
10.04.01
Outline application for the redevelopment of the site to provide Classes B1, B2 and B8 uses on land at Langham Park, Catteshall Lane, Godalming (as amended by letters dated 06.08.01, 29.08.01 and plan received 13.08.01)
Grid Reference:E: 497692 N: 143944
Town:Godalming
Ward:Godalming South East
Development Plan:Area of Suitably Located Industrial and Commercial Land. Developed Area – Replacement Local Plan
Highway Authority:Not yet received – to be reported orally
Drainage Authority:Environment Agency – Recommend conditions and informatives
Town Council:No objection – however, no application for change of use to Class B1 has been submitted
Consultations:Surrey County Council – Strategic Consultation – see report
Representations:3 letters have been received, 1 expressing support, 2 expressing concern on the following grounds:
      1. query appropriateness of two storey development;
      2. overlooking and loss of privacy from windows on north east side;
      3. query materials for fencing on north east side;
      4. restriction on times of traffic movements desirable;
      5. inadequate access to Catteshall Lane and Woolsack Way;
      6. exacerbate traffic congestion.

Relevant History

WA96/0144Outline application for the erection of buildings for B1 use with associated parking following demolition of existing building
Permitted
29.03.96
Not imple-
mented
WA99/1795Use of storage for a temporary period
Withdrawn
01.06.00


Site Description/Background

The application site which measures 1.06 ha is located upon the north west side of Catteshall Lane in Godalming, accessed from Langham Park. It is broadly square in shape with smaller projections of land to the south west and north west. The site is currently vacant and surrounded by a high chainlink fence.

The site was previously occupied by warehouse/light industrial buildings which were demolished following the grant of planning permission WA96/0144, to make way for a new B1 building. Whilst the buildings were removed, the new development was not carried out. The lawful use is therefore a mixed use of B1 and B8.

To the west of the site is the car park serving Sainsbury’s superstore. To the north and south east are other industrial and commercial buildings. To the north east are gardens serving residential properties in Douglas Drive.

The Proposal

Outline permission is sought for the redevelopment of the land for industrial, commercial and storage purposes (Classes B1, B2 and B8).

The applicants seek consent for Class B1 (Business) in respect of the entirety of the site and mixed use of B1 (Business), B2 (General Industrial) and B8 (Storage or Distribution) in respect of the south western half of the site, furthest from residential properties.

The application includes means of access for consideration only with all other matters reserved for consideration at the detailed stage.

The access to the site would be broadly centrally positioned on the south western side of the side linking to Langham Park (industrial estate feeder road). The indicative details submitted with the proposal propose four two storey blocks measuring a total of 3500 sq m of gross floor area. It is proposed to provide 100 parking spaces for the development (at a ratio of 1:35). Provision is indicated for enhanced pedestrian and cycle linkages between the site and the town centre via the adjoining Sainsbury’s site. Whilst these measures would be provided outside of the site area, they would nevertheless be located upon land within the joint applicants’ control. A Transportation Assessment has been submitted. The agent has offered to provide a proportion of the new accommodation as small units, to be secured by a legal agreement.

Submissions in Support

In support of the scheme, the agents have put forward the following arguments:

Relevant Policies

The site is located within the Developed Area of Godalming and within an Area of Suitably Located Industrial Land.

As such, Policies PE10, DP9 and DP10 of the Surrey Structure Plan 1994, DE1 of the Waverley Local Plan 1993 and IC1, IC2, IC4, D1 and D4 of the Replacement Local Plan apply to this proposal. These state, inter alia, that the loss of existing suitably located industrial and commercial land will be resisted and the redevelopment of existing industrial land will be encouraged where it can be achieved in an environmentally acceptable way. The development should also be acceptable in terms of its impact upon visual and residential amenity and highway considerations.

Surrey County Council has been consulted upon the application regarding the strategic implications and has formed the following conclusions:
Main Planning Issues

The principle of this proposal is considered acceptable. The lawful use of this land is a mixed B1 and B8 use. The site is within suitably located employment land wherein proposals for Classes B1, B2 and B8 are considered acceptable in policy terms. The proposal would facilitate welcome regeneration of this currently under-used land.

In its original form, the proposal failed to include a Green Travel Plan and the County Council raised objections in terms of the failure of the proposal to comply with up to date transportation policies. However, no objection is raised to the proposed means of access. Following negotiations, the terms of a detailed Travel Plan have been prepared and are under consideration. It is anticipated that the County Council will now withdraw their objection to the scheme. An oral report will be made on this matter.

The concerns of the neighbouring occupiers in Langham Close are noted. Following negotiations with officers and having regard to the proximity of those nearby dwellings, the applicants have agreed to restrict use of the closest section of the site to Class B1 a, b and c (offices, research and development and light industry). Such uses can, by definition, be located within a residential area without giving rise to detriment to amenity.

Whilst on the basis of indicative details, the officers are satisfied that the proposed amount of floorspace can be accommodated upon the site in an environmentally acceptable way. The offer to provide a proportion of smaller units is to be welcomed since this is consistent with the preference expressed in development plan policies. At the time of submission, it was indicated that such provision could be in the form of built and managed space offered in conjunction with the carrying out of the concurrent retail development (WA01/546) upon Sainsbury’s Superstore. However, these applications remain separate proposals and the officers consider that the current scheme is acceptable in principle notwithstanding the decision on WA01/546, nor any offer concerning the management of the industrial units.

The exclusion from the application site of a tract of industrial land, also owned by the applicants, has caused some concern to officers, since this was identified as a car park extension for Sainsbury’s in a pre-application plan. Whilst the land is not the subject of any formal proposal, the officers have emphasised during discussions, the policy preference for continuing industrial use of this land. However, having regard to the size of the parcel of land, its exclusion from the current scheme would not materially prejudice its future use for industrial purposes and this is not considered to be an overriding objection to the current scheme.

In response to the County Archaeologist’s comments, the agents have indicated their willingness to make suitable contributions to the funding for an archaeological investigation.

Conclusions

The officers anticipate that the concerns regarding highway matters can be successfully overcome. Subject to no adverse comment from the County Council in respect of the Travel Plan, it is considered that this proposal should be welcomed as a means of regenerating this vacant site and enhancing its job generating potential.


Recommendation

That, subject to no objection on highway grounds and confirmation being received from the Highway Authority that a suitable Green Travel Plan has been agreed between the Highway Authority and the developer and subject to prior completion of a legal agreement within six months and at the applicant’s own expense, to ensure:
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Central 7
SCHEDULE ‘B’ TO THE AGENDA FOR THE
CENTRAL AREA DEVELOPMENT CONTROL SUB-COMMITTEE
12TH SEPTEMBER 2001

Applications where the considerations involved are clearly defined.
B.1WA01/0800
Dr and Mrs Savundra
25.04.01
Erection of a two-storey extension and an attached garage; alterations at West View, Thursley Road, Elstead (as amplified by letters dated 05.06.01, 25.06.01 and 06.07.01)
Grid Reference:E: 490118 N: 142672
Parish:Elstead
Ward:Elstead, Peperharow, Thursley
Development Plan:MGB, AONB, AGLV (outside settlement – Replacement Local Plan)
Highway Authority:No requirements
Drainage Authority:No requirements
Parish Council:The Council object on the following grounds. It was felt that the property was over developed for the size of the plot and that it was too close to the adjoining boundary.

Relevant History

WA79/0502Provision of vehicular access
Permitted
23.05.79
WA90/1931Erection of extension and alterations
Permitted
05.02.91

Description of Site/Background

West View is a two storey detached house located on the eastern side of Thursley Road. It has a comparatively larger garden area than the neighbouring properties.

The Proposal

Planning permission is sought for the erection of a two storey extension to the front of the property and an attached garage. The two storey extension, measuring a total floorspace of 39.2 sq m, would provide a reception room on the ground floor with a
Submissions in Support

In supporting the scheme, the applicants offer the following comments:

“In 1968 this property was very run down, had a large unstable single storey high roofed extension (demolished in 1991 and replaced with a two storey extension) and an outbuilding toilet over a cesspit (now demolished) and had two other now demolished outbuildings. Furthermore, that this property was the old farmhouse to the land which is now occupied by new adjacent houses, larger than this house.

That specific to the Parish Council objections:

In addition, the applicants’ letter dated 06.07.01 also states that:

Relevant Policies

The site is located within the Green Belt countryside outside of the defined settlement of Elstead and within an AONB and AGLV. Relevant policies place strict restraint
Main Planning Issues

In 1968, the property measured some 110.96 sq m. Following permission granted in 1990, the property has been enlarged by 86.7 sq m to its present size of 197.66 sq m. Taking into account the previous enlargement, the proposal would result in a cumulative habitable floorspace increase of 125.9 sq m or 113.5% over the original dwelling.

It is considered that the proposal would significantly increase the bulk and massing of the dwelling and would amount to a disproportionate increase over the original dwelling. In its design, the two storey extension would appear as an overly dominant feature of the dwelling as viewed from the road, resulting in a materially adverse impact upon the rural character of the surroundings.

The comments in respect of the personal needs of the applicants are noted. However, the applicants arguments are not considered to represent such very special circumstances as to warrant setting aside the normal restrictive policy for extensions.

Recommendation

That permission be REFUSED for the following reasons:
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B.2WA01/1204
Executor of the late
M Barnes
20.06.01
Outline application for the erection of a detached two storey dwelling on land at Rustington, Crownpits Lane, Godalming
Grid Reference:E:497435 N: 143104
Town:Godalming
Ward:Godalming South East
Development Plan:No site specific policy (within Godalming development area – Replacement Local Plan) TOP 42/99

Highway Authority:Not yet received – to be reported orally
Drainage Authority:No requirements
Town Council:Objection - Poor access. Possible overlooking of property at a lower level
Representations:3 letters have been received raising objections on the following grounds:
      1. insufficient plot space for the size of the property;
      2. siting off the existing building line;
      3. loss of privacy;
      4. would affect the saleability of neighbouring property;
      5. loss of oak tree;
      6. detrimental effect on outlook and neighbourhood;
      7. overshadowing of dwelling and garden area;
      8. impact on the road safety of school/children/pedestrian.

Relevant History

WA89/2038Outline application for the erection of a detached dwelling with integral garage
Refused
29.11.89
WA90/0382Outline application for the erection of a single storey detached dwelling with integral garage
Permitted
25.05.90
Expired

Description of Site/Background

The application site measures some 0.19 ha and is located at the crest of Crownpits Lane. There is a two storey detached house, Rustington, situated on the southern part of the site. The property to the north, High Elms, is a bungalow and its land level is lower than the application site. There are mature trees along the east and west boundaries, all of which are protected by Tree Preservation Order No. 42/99.

The Proposal

Outline planning permission is sought for the erection of a two storey detached dwelling with attached double garage measuring some 200 sq m in total gross floor area. It is proposed that means of access be determined at this stage with all other matters being reserved for later consideration. Indicative details submitted with the application indicate that the dwelling would be located on the northern part of the site and a new driveway would be formed and its entrance would be shared with Rustington.

Relevant Policies

The site is located within the developed area of Godalming. Policies PE10 of the Surrey Structure Plan, Policy SE3 of the Surrey Structure Plan (Deposit Draft) 2001, Policy DE1 of the Adopted Local Plan and Policies D1 and D4 of the Replacement Local Plan apply to this proposal. These policies indicate that new residential development may be acceptable providing it does not give rise to any material loss of visual or residential amenity. Policies requiring the protection of trees of amenity value are also relevant.

Main Planning Issues

This application is brought before the Committee following the objections from the Town Council and the neighbouring occupiers. The officers share their views. The Tree and Landscape Officer has a particular strong objection regarding the new driveway which would seriously harm the rooting of a mature oak tree, protected by a Tree Preservation Order. In addition, although on the basis of indicative details, it is considered that the scheme would appear as an over-development of the site having regard to the maximum of 1 m separation of the dwelling from the common boundaries with both High Elms and Rustington.

It is noted that a similar planning permission was approved on the same location in 1990 (WA90/0382). However, it is felt that the present proposal is materially different from the permitted scheme, having regard to the change in maturity of the affected tree and its recent protection by a Tree Preservation Order. Moreover, in its scale, size and location, the current proposal is less acceptable. The officers therefore feel unable to support this proposal.

Recommendation

That permission be REFUSED for the following reasons:
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B.3WA01/1380
The Cooperative Bank
17.07.01
Alterations to elevations and installation of an automated teller machine to Owen Road frontage at Co-Op Late Shop, 61 - 65 St John’s Street, Farncombe, Godalming

B.4WA01/1381
The Cooperative Bank
17.07.01
Display of illuminated signs to Owen Road frontage at Co-Op Late Shop, 61 - 65 St John’s Street, Farncombe, Godalming
Grid Reference:E:497615 N: 144982
Town:Godalming
Ward:Godalming NE and SW
Development Plan:No site specific policy – within developed area – Replacement Local Plan
Highway Authority:No requirements
Drainage Authority:No requirements
Town Council:WA01/1380 : No Objection
WA01/1381 : No Objection
Representations:10 letters (copy of same circular letter, 3 with unknown addresses) have been received raising objection on the following grounds:
      1. Contrary to Policy D1(c) and (d), Policy No. 9/27/ Policy 9.112 and PPG6;
      2. encouraging car born traffic throughout the night;
      3. loss of amenity;
      4. increasing noise;
      5. Owen Road is mainly for residential use and the proposal would introduce additional car trips;
      6. no public transport to and from Farncombe after about 6.00 pm and train service after about 11:30 pm.
      7. similar facility is available in other areas in Farncombe.

Relevant History

WA87/0990Display of internally illuminated signs
Consent
Refused
03.08.87
WA99/0525Consent to display an illuminated sign on land at 61 - 65 St John’s Street, Farncombe


Consent
Refused
11.06.99
Appeal
dismissed
05.01.00
WA00/0769Display of an illuminated sign
Consent
Refused
22.06.00

Description of Site/Background

The Co-Op store in Farncombe is located at the junction of Owen Road and St John’s Street, opposite the Church.

Proposals

WA01/1380

WA01/1381

Relevant Policies

The premises are located within the Developed Area of Farncombe where development can be acceptable in principle, subject to no adverse impact upon residential or visual amenity. Policy PE10 of the Surrey Structure Plan 1994, Policy SE3 of the Surrey Structure Plan (Deposit Draft) 2001, Policy DE1 of the Adopted Local Plan and Policies D1 and D4 of the Replacement Local Plan apply to these schemes. Moreover, Policies S2 and D10 of the Replacement Local Plan encourages the enhancement of local shopping centres and the installation of sensitive signage respectively.

Main Planning Issues

These applications have been brought before the Sub-Committee following objections from neighbouring occupiers. The officers note their concerns. However, it is considered that the cash machine would be unlikely to generate such additional noise and disturbance to the area by way of an increase in visitors to warrant refusal. Conversely, it could be considered that an additional facility such as this could increase customer interest within this local centre and help enhance its vitality. This is supported by the views of the County Highway Authority which confirms that whilst an increase in traffic generation may result, this could also be associated with linked trips. Moreover, it is noted that on-street parking controls exist within the vicinity of the application site. The visual appearance of both the cash machine and sign reflect the corporate identity of the relevant bank. It is considered that neither proposal would appear materially detrimental to the appearance of the retail streetscene in this area.

Recommendation

WA01/1380
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B.5WA01/1314
K Shelton
09.07.01
Erection of a new attached dwelling with associated garage together with new garage to serve No. 64 on land at 64 Oak Mead, Binscombe, Godalming
Grid Reference:E: 497203 N: 145856
Town:Godalming
Ward:Godalming North West
Development Plan:No site specific policy within developed area – Replacement Local Plan
Highway Authority:Recommends conditions
Drainage Authority:No requirements
Town Council:No objection
Representations:One letter has been received raising objection on the following grounds:
      1. Only 90 cm - 3 ft between main wall of new house and neighbour's garage;
      2. Heavy machinery may damage garage;
      3. Would lie at bottom of neighbour's garden;
4. Cannot place scaffolding on adjoining land.

Description of Site/Background

The application site measures 0.236 ha and is located on the south-west side of Oak Mead, a short distance north of its junction with Barnes Road. The southern area of the site comprises an existing, flat-roofed double garage, whilst to the north lies the two storey No. 64, with an attached single-storey side outhouse. Two-storey, mainly semi-detached, dwellings characterize this predominantly residential area. Garages are typically set back to one side of each dwelling with parking in front on the driveway. The site itself abuts the rear garden boundaries of two properties (Nos. 6 and 8) in Barnes Road and two in Longbourne Green (Nos. 6 and 8) in addition to the side boundary of adjoining No. 62 Oak Mead.

The Proposal

Full permission is sought for the erection of a single attached, two-storey property on the southern area of the site following demolition of the existing outbuildings and side extension. The new property would be gable-fronted, measuring some 122.1 sq m in gross floor area (inclusive of a 13.5 sq m integral garage). The majority of the dwelling would be set in line with the front building line of existing No. 64 with the exception of a modest single-storey element containing part of the kitchen. This would project forward with an extended pitched roof forming a canopy porch over the front door. The dwelling would be attached to the adjacent property (No. 64) by way of a new single garage to serve the latter. A separation distance of 0.9 m would remain between the flank wall of the new dwelling and the rear boundary of No. 6 Barnes Road, whilst 9.97 m (rear garden length) would remain to the rear garden boundaries of Nos. 6 and 8 Longbourne Green.


Relevant Policies

The site is located within the developed area of Godalming. Policies PE10 of the Surrey Structure Plan, DE1 of the Adopted Local Plan and D1 and D4 of the Replacement Local Plan apply to this proposal. These indicate, inter alia, that new residential development may be acceptable providing it does not give rise to any material loss of visual or residential amenity.

Main Planning Issues

The proposal would provide a small three bedroom dwelling, in accordance with the general policy preference for smaller units. Moreover, in visual terms, officers consider that the proposal would be in keeping with the streetscene. The proposed property and new garage are appropriate in scale and design to the plot.

Concern has been raised by one local resident about the development's close proximity (0.9 m) to the common boundary of Barnes Road properties, together with the potential for over-dominance and overlooking were side windows proposed. In view of the separation distance involved, it is considered that the proposed two-storey building would not appear materially overbearing.

Moreover, it is noted that no first floor windows are proposed in the south-east side elevation of the new dwelling facing Barnes Road. It is recommended however, that any grant of permission include conditions precluding the later insertion of windows to ensure the continued privacy of neighbouring residents. An amended plan is however, awaited showing a ground floor toilet window in this side elevation which was omitted as a drafting error.

Finally, in view of the adequate rear separation from the new house to the neighbouring properties in Longbourne Green, it is considered that there would be no material loss of amenity to those occupiers.

Recommendation

That, subject to the receipt of a satisfactorily amended south-east side elevational plan, permission be GRANTED subject to the following conditions:
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B.6WA01/0929
Mr and Mrs Vernon
10.05.01
Erection of extensions and alterations at Far Cottage, Westbrook Road, Godalming (revision of WA01/0072) as amended by letter dated 16.07.01 and plans received 17.07.01
Grid Reference:E: 496045 N: 144088
Town:Godalming
Ward:Godalming North East and South West
Development Plan:MGB, AGLV – outside developed area – Replacement Local Plan
Highway Authority:No requirements
Drainage Authority:No requirements
Town Council:Original Scheme : Objection : the Town Council considers this to be an over-development and not in keeping with the neighbouring property being out of scale and character. The neighbour’s objections should be upheld.
Amended Scheme : No objection
Representations:Original Scheme : Eight letters have been received objecting on the following grounds:
1. roof and wall of back bedroom are being demolished exposing internal wall of neighbouring property;
2. no external wall to rear dormer;
3. proposed plans not clear;
4. loss of character to cottage with historical associations;
5. third bedroom not a necessity;
6. out of keeping;
7. should preserve small size of existing cottage;
8. disproportionate enlargement;
9. query lack of need of HGV’s;
10. inadequate insurance cover;
      11. effect on amenity of neighbouring property;
      12. effect upon plumbing and drainage;
      13. cause imbalance to pair of semi-detached properties;
      14. effect on landscape;
      15. structural survey desirable.
Amended Scheme : 5 letters have been received raising objections on the following grounds:
1. property should be listed;
2. out of proportion with existing;
3. increased parking pressure;
      4. garage could be converted to habitable floor area;
      5. volume increase exceeds that appropriate for a modest cottage;
      6. amendments do not overcome previous concerns.

This application was deferred at the August meeting of the Sub-Committee to await receipt of the views of Godalming Town Council upon the amended plans.

Relevant History

WA01/0072Erection of extensions and alterations
Withdrawn
16.02.01

Site Description/Background

Far Cottage is one half of a pair of semi-detached properties located upon the north west side of Westbrook Road. It has an attached garage on the western side. Footpath No. 44 runs to the south of the property to link with Bridleway No. 6 which coincides with New Way. Historically, it is understood that the property was used as staff accommodation for the Westbrook Estate, but it is now independently and privately occupied.

The Proposal

Planning permission is sought for the erection of a first floor side extension over the existing kitchen and garage by way of a raised gable over the existing twin single storey gables. The extension would measure some 15.39 sq m of habitable floor area and provide a third bedroom. The extension would feature modest pitched roof dormer windows within the front and rear elevations. In height, the extension would measure 2.4 m to the eaves and 6.7 m to the ridge.

Submissions in Support

In support of the scheme, the applicant has put forward the following arguments:

Relevant Policies

The site is located within the Green Belt and an Area of Great Landscape Value outside of the Godalming Developed Area. In addition to the overarching Green Belt and landscape protection policies, Policies HS7 of the Adopted Local Plan and RD2 of the Replacement Local Plan apply to this proposal.

Main Planning Issues

In 1968, the property measured some 117.77 sq m of habitable floor area and it has not been extended since. The proposal would add 15.39 sq m of floor area resulting in an increase of 13.06% over the original dwelling. The principle of this size of extension is considered acceptable within the terms of Policy RD2 having regard to its modest size.

The extension would, it is considered, enlarge the property in a sympathetic way by maintaining the appearance of a subservient wing to the main cottage. The introduction of a low eaves line would further enhance the cottage vernacular.

In its original form, the proposal also involved a single storey garden room and first floor bedroom extension at the rear. Following discussions with the officers and having regard to concerns expressed by neighbouring occupiers, the scheme has been amended to omit the alterations to the rear and now only involves the side extension.

Moreover, this proposal is a resubmission following a much less acceptable, bulkier proposal (WA01/0072 refers).

The two properties in this pair of semi-detached dwellings have been previously altered (pre 1968) to the extent that their integrity as a symmetrical pair has been largely lost. The comments regarding historical associations are noted. However, the Department of Culture, Media and Sport has confirmed that the building has already been altered too extensively to merit listing. Finally, in its amended form and having regard to the separation of the extension from the neighbouring property, it is considered that the proposal would not cause any material loss of visual or residential amenity to neighbouring occupiers. However, if permission is granted, it is considered appropriate to include a restrictive condition requiring the retention of the garage space for parking purposes in order to avoid possible future pressures for parking upon the footpath at the front. The Committee will note that in respect of the amended proposal, the Town Council have raised no objection. Officers share that view and consider that consent should now be granted.

Recommendation

That permission be GRANTED subject to the following condition:

Reason
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B.7WA01/1448
CASA Developments
Limited
23.07.01
Retention of fencing and gate at 10 Ockford Road, Godalming
B.8WA01/1449
CASA Developments
Limited
23.07.01
Application for Listed Building Consent for the retention of fencing and gate at 10 Ockford Road, Godalming
Grid Reference:E: 496653 N: 143662
Town:Godalming
Ward:Godalming South East
Development Plan:Within Developed Area - Replacement Local Plan; Grade II Listed Building
Highway Authority:No requirements
Drainage Authority:Not yet received - to be reported orally
Town Council:WA01/1448 & WA01/1449 – No objection
Representations:Two letters have been received, one in respect of WA01/1448 and one concerning both applications, objecting on the following grounds:
1. Out of keeping, eyesore;
2. Not appropriate to Listed Building, character of cottages lost;
3. Wrongly assumed it was temporary screen for workmen then working at No. 10;
      4. Does little for general aspect when entering Godalming by this major road;
5. Request removal of fencing and gate.

Relevant History

WA99/1505Erection of extensions and alterations following demolition of existing extensions
Permitted
04.11.99
WA99/1506Application for Listed Building Consent for alterations and extensions following demolition of existing extensions
Consent
Granted
04.11.99

Description of Site/Background

The Proposal

Submissions in Support

In support of the applications, the applicant's agent has put forward the following arguments:


Relevant Policies

Main Planning Issues

Recommendation

WA01/1448

WA01/1449

That Listed Building Consent be REFUSED for the following reasons:
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B.9WA01/1296
P Rampton
04.07.01
Use of land to provide an alternative access road off of Vann Lane on land at Burgate Farm, Vann Lane, Hambledon (as amplified by letter dated 13.08.01).
Grid Reference:E: 498346 N: 137818
Parish:Hambledon
Ward:Busbridge, Hambledon & Hascombe
Development Plan:MBG, AONB, AGLV, Outside Settlement Area – Replacement Local Plan
Highway Authority:Recommends conditions
Drainage Authority:Environment Agency - Not yet received – to be orally updated.
Parish Council:The Parish Council objects strongly to this application. Whilst there may be a need for a wider access to the farm, the construction of an entirely new road would be detrimental within an AONB. Furthermore, the sight lines to the west (towards Hambledon) are extremely poor. An access onto Vann Lane at the point proposed for the new farm drive would thus be far more dangerous than the access of the existing drive. This is surely a point that should have been picked up by the SCC Highways representative.

The Parish Council also notes that the applicant has started to fill a dip in the field that would be crossed by the new drive and has failed to crop its route. What is of even more concern is that some substantial hedgerow trees have been felled at the proposed new junction with Vann Lane. Has this been considered in relation to the statutory protection now accorded to certain types of hedgerows and/or the conservation measures that form part of Waverley’s Local Plan?

Finally, whilst the application refers to farm traffic being diverted onto the new drive, there is no indication that use of the existing drive for other traffic will be discontinued. There is thus a risk that Vann Cottages would be totally enclosed by two driveways if the present proposal were allowed – a risk that is already causing concern to the inhabitants of the cottages.

What consideration has been given to widening the existing driveway (always supposing that a irrefutable case can be made for such work, given the location of Burgate Farm and its surrounding network of rural lanes)?

Consultations:Agricultural Consultants (Bruton Knowles) – not yet received – to be reported orally. Director of Countryside and Leisure (Countryside Section) has commented in respect of the implications for the public bridleway and registered common land status of proposed access bell mouth.
Representations:Five letters have been received, raising objection on the following grounds:
      1. Convenience rather than necessity;
      2. Existing access adequate;
      3. Visual impact of 22 m wide tarmac access,
      4. Earthbank removal would make it difficult to see true line of road when travelling from west;
      5. Proposed access dangerous, near bend, large vehicles would block road;
      6. Drainage and flooding concerns;
      7. Detract from setting of Grade II Listed Building and rural cottages;
      8. Destroy outlook and privacy of nearby properties;
      9. Healthy Oak trees already removed, was felling licence first obtained from Alice Holt Forestry Commission?
      10. AONB used by walkers, cyclists, horse riders;
      11. Request site inspection by all decision-makers;
      12. Heavy traffic should use existing B2130 access;
      13. Unsuitable development, create an island of cottages with traffic both sides;
      14. Dust in dry weather from any unmade surface;
      15. Road is a Bridleway.

Description of Site/Background

Burgate Farm is a commercial arable farm, lying to the east of Vann Lane. The application site area is a land parcel in the western part of this holding, close to the junction of Vann Lane with Upper Vann Lane. The farm is presently accessed from an existing driveway, which leads from Vann Lane and the Grade II Listed ‘Shaftowes’ opposite, past a pair of cottages (Nos. 1 and 2 Vann Lodge) eastwards to the farm itself.

The Proposal

The application seeks full permission for the construction of an alternative vehicular access to Burgate Farm. It is proposed to construct the new access from a point approximately 130 m along from the existing driveway to Vann Lane, branching off to loop around the field to the rear of the back of Vann Lodge Cottages (owned independently from the farm) to join Vann Lane in a position 40 m north of the existing access. The road would be constructed by removing topsoil, laying a hardcore base and a tarmac surface finish.

The opening of the field boundary abutting Vann Lane would entail some new earth and vegetation removal, although large trees have previously been removed. A new ditch and culvert are proposed to be constructed to help alleviate existing flooding
It is proposed to close the existing drive to vehicles by constructing two low banks about 2 m high to the eastern side of Vann Cottages in a staggered formation which would still allow free access of the bridleway.

Submissions in Support

In support of the scheme, the applicant writes:

Relevant Policies

The site is located within the Green Belt, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and an Area of Great Landscape Value. Adopted and emerging planning policies place strict restraint upon new development in the interests of protecting the countryside and natural character of the landscape. As such, Policies PE2 and PE7 of the Surrey Structure Plan 1994, GB1 and RE1 of the Adopted Local Plan 1993 and Policies C1 and C3 of the Replacement Local Plan (Deposit Draft) 1999 apply to this proposal. Planning Policy Guidance Note 2 (Green Belts) and Development Plan Policies indicate that new development reasonably necessary for the purposes of agriculture within the Green Belt may be appropriate development. The visual amenities of the Green Belt should not however be injured by proposals for development that might be visually detrimental by reason of their siting, materials or design.

Policy RU5 of the Surrey Structure Plan and Policy RD10 of the Replacement Local Plan (Deposit Draft) refer specifically to new agricultural developments. These require that proposals should be reasonably necessary for the purposes of agriculture within an existing unit, would not adversely affect visual amenity or
Main Planning Issues

The application indicates that the proposed access would serve the commercial farm by improving access for large vehicles and machinery. It is noted that more than one access presently serves the site, including the existing bridleway access onto Vann Lane and another linking to Gorebridge Green Farm at Loxhill. The applicant advises that the latter is over 1.5 km in length and poorly constructed, such that it is unsuitable for use by large vehicles. In addition, the cost of upgrading this track would be prohibitively expensive for an agricultural business such as Burgate Farm. The starting point in the consideration of this proposal must be an assessment of whether the development is reasonably necessary for the purposes of agriculture, such that it can be viewed as appropriate development within the Green Belt. The comments of the Council’s agricultural consultants are awaited in respect of this question and an oral report will be made to the meeting.

Notwithstanding this issue, officers have significant concerns about this proposal on residential and visual amenity grounds. The proposed tarmac road would represent an undesirable encroachment of hard surface onto open agricultural farmland within countryside which, together with the impact of vehicles using it, would be prejudicial to the openness of the Green Belt. Whilst the applicants’ desire for an improvement to the existing Vann Lane access and the occasional difficulty of parked vehicles associated with nearby properties are noted, officers do not consider these to represent very special circumstances sufficient to override the normal strict policies of restraint. The existing driveway is considered to adequately serve the farm.

The track would also, it is considered, detrimentally affect the character and appearance of the landscape and appear as a materially intrusive feature within it. The access and vehicles upon it would be visible from the public bridleway which runs along the existing driveway and would affect open views of countryside from it. The introduction of the new access and road may also give rise to pressure in the future for fencing or entrance gates which would further effect the appearance of the landscape.

Furthermore, officers consider that the proposal would result in the unacceptable encircling of Vann Cottages by vehicular routes, through the creation of the new road to the immediate rear of these properties and the retention of the existing driveway (to remain as a bridleway and as vehicular access to the cottages themselves). This unsatisfactory relationship could give rise to noise and other disturbance to these nearby occupiers.

In view of the above concerns, officers are unable to support this application.

Recommendation

That, subject to the views of the Council’s agricultural consultants and the Environment Agency, permission be REFUSED for the following reasons:
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B.10WA01/1268
Bespoke Properties
Limited
25.06.01
Erection of a pair of semi-detached dwellings together with associated garages and a garage for Rosemary Cottage, Petworth Road, Milford (as amended by letter dated 23.08.01 and plans received 21.08.01)
Grid Reference:E: 494616 N: 141873
Parish:Witley
Ward:Milford
Development Plan:MGB within settlement – Replacement Local Plan
Highway Authority:Not yet received – to be reported orally
Drainage Authority:Not yet received – to be reported orally
Parish Council:Original scheme : No objection
Amended scheme : Not yet received – to be reported orally
Representations:Original scheme – 2 letters have been received objecting on the following grounds:
      1. detrimental to health by way of increased noise and fumes from traffic;
      2. contrary to Human Rights Act;
      3. no access rights exist to proposed plot.
Amended scheme : any representations received will be reported orally.

Relevant History

WA88/1158Erection of two storey extension
Permitted
11.07.88

WA89/0389Erection of dwelling – land adjoining Rosemary Cottage




Permitted
12.04.90
Subject to
Section 52
Agreement
not imple-
mented –
expired
WA90/1125Erection of sun lounge
Permitted
15.08.90
WA91/0835Erection of dwelling
Permitted
05.09.91
not imple-
mented –
expired
WA00/1896Erection of a terrace of three new dwellings together with garage block to serve new dwellings
Refused
14.12.00

Site Description/Background

The application site measures 0.1163 ha and is located on the east side of the Petworth Road, opposite the roundabout at the junction of Cherry Tree Road and Haslemere Road. The plot is an open tract of land which formerly formed part of the garden at Rosemary Cottage. More recently, permission was refused for three dwellings on the site (WA00/1896 refers). In that case, the Council was concerned that the scheme would have been an over-intensive form of development which would have been detrimental to residential amenity and overly dominant in the streetscene.

The Proposal

Full permission is currently sought for the erection of a pair of three bedroomed semi-detached dwellings and a triple pitched roof garage block measuring a total of some 244 sq m in external floor area. The dwellings would be sited broadly centrally within the plot facing Petworth Road and set back by 9 m from the frontage. In their design, the properties would have a cottage style vernacular including a tile hung first floor and small front and rear dormer windows set across the eaves line. The garage block would be positioned to the south east of the dwelling and provide one space for the existing house and one each for the new dwellings. An existing garage and shed would be demolished.

Relevant Policies

The site is located within the Milford Settlement Area. The relevant policies to this proposal are Policy RU1 of the Structure Plan, GB1 of the Adopted Local Plan 1993 and RD1 of the Replacement Local Plan. These state, together, that new development in villages may be acceptable if it comprises infilling or development of a suitable scale that is substantially surrounded by other development and which does not prejudice the visual amenities of the streetscene. Notably, the proposal falls below the threshold of Policy H4 of the Replacement Plan in relation to dwelling size and mix.
Submissions in Support

In support of the scheme, the applicant has put forward the following arguments:

Main Planning Issues

The application has been submitted in an attempt to overcome the Council’s concerns in respect of WA00/1896.

In its original form, the scheme conveyed the two properties with an L-shaped layout, positioned significantly closer to the Petworth Road frontage. Following concerns expressed by the officers regarding the likely visual dominance of this configuration, the scheme has been amended.

In terms of its design, layout, height and juxtaposition with the adjacent cottages, the officers consider that the amended scheme would appear in keeping with the character of the area. Furthermore, having regard to the generous separation distances to neighbouring properties, the scheme would not, in the officers view, cause material harm to neighbouring amenity.

The existence of a right of way to Milford Lodge is a private matter between the developer and other parties which cannot be used as a reason to reject this scheme. Whilst the proposal would result in an intensification of use of the driveway by one dwelling over the earlier previous permissions for a single unit, it is considered that since the drive serves some five existing properties, the increase in traffic would not cause such materially greater harm to amenity to warrant refusal on that ground alone. The proposal would provide a density of some 17 dph which falls short of the currently preferred range of between 30 and 50 dph. However, having regard to the concerns regarding the shared access drive, an increase in dwelling numbers in this case would not be considered desirable. The County Highway Authority’s views have not yet been received, but its support for the scheme is anticipated. The Council’s Tree Officer is currently considering the effect of the garage upon an attractive Yew tree and an oral report will be made on this matter. The officers consider that the proposal satisfactorily overcomes the objections raised previously and that this scheme should be supported.

Recommendation

That, subject to no objection on highway or arboricultural grounds, permission be GRANTED subject to the following conditions:
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B.11Cancellation of Article 4 Direction in respect of Chailey Wood, Woolfords Lane, Elstead
Grid Reference:E: 489428 N: 141330
Parish:Elstead
Ward:Elstead, Peper Harow and Thursley
Development Plan:MGB, AONB, AGLV (outside settlement – Replacement Local Plan)

Relevant History

HM/R19244Demolition of building and erection of five roomed dwelling of 1100 sq ft (102 sq m)
Permitted
July 1971
HM/R19244 (ii)Details of detached dwelling of 1160 sq ft (108 sq m) and attached carport of 400 sq ft (37 sq m)
Permitted
January
1972
HM/R20318Revised plans of dwelling incorporating raised roof, four windows, lighting, roof space and various other alterations which with a garage, gave a total floor space of 1964 sq ft (182 sq m)
Permitted
July 1972
HM/R20621Addition of thirteen dormer windows to dwelling under construction
Refused
August
1972
P43/8/1Enforcement Notice served requiring the removal of unauthorised dormer windows and compliance with approved scheme under HM/R19244 and HM/R20318






Notice
served
30.03.73
Appeal
dismissed
and notice
upheld
23.01.74
Compliance
with Notice
recorded
26.08.81
Article 4 Direction in respect of Article 3 Schedule 1 Class 1 of GDO 1973

In summary, this involved withdrawing “permitted development” rights for the following:-

1. Enlargement of dwelling house;
2. Erection or construction of a porch outside any external door;
3. Erection, maintenance or improvement of an outbuilding;
Served
26.03.75
4. Construction of a hardstanding;
5. Erection of an oil storage tank for domestic purposes.

Where such “permitted development” rights have been removed by an Article 4 Direction, specific planning applications must be made for relevant proposals
WA77/0087Provision of dormer windows to roof of existing
Refused
14.03.77
WA77/0780Provision of dormer windows to existing property
Refused
01.09.77
WA79/45Retention of dormer windows


Refused
13.03.79
Appeal
dismissed
01.07.80
WA79/46Conversion of roof space to form additional bedroom and bathroom

Refused
13.03.79
Appeal
dismissed
01.07.79
WA87/1849Occupation of first floor without compliance with Condition (iii) of HM/R20318 (roof space not to be used as living accommodation)
Permitted
20.11.87
WA89/117Erection of dormer windows
Permitted
08.03.89

Site Description

Chailey Wood is a detached chalet bungalow situated off Woolfords Lane about a mile outside of Elstead. The property lies in a generally wooded area within a loose scatter of dwellings. The property has an integral garage used for parking and storage. Within the curtilage there is also a stable block and hardstanding, a gas propane tank and a small tree house.

Background

The owner of “Chailey Wood” at the time of the above planning history is no longer in occupation. The property has been occupied by its existing owners for the past eight years who have not appeared to alter the fabric of the property in any significant form.

The current owners have requested that following the lapse of some twelve years, since the last permission was granted in respect of dormer windows and some twenty years since the compliance with the original Enforcement Notice, that the Article 4 Direction upon the property should now be lifted.
In support of their request, the applicants’ agents have put forward the following points:-

Recommendation

That it be recommended to the Development Control Committee that the Article 4 Direction in respect of Chailey Wood, Woolfords Lane be cancelled.
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B.12WA01/1286
Mr and Mrs Gidley
02.07.01
Erection of a two storey extension following demolition of existing carport at 102 Binscombe, Farncombe, Godalming
Grid Reference:E: 496896 N: 145748
Town:Godalming
Ward:Godalming North West
Development Plan:No site specific policy – within developed area - Replacement Local Plan
Highway Authority:No requirements
Drainage Authority:No requirements
Town Council:No objection
Consultations:County Archaeologist recommends inclusion of 'watching brief' condition.
Representations:One letter has been received raising objection on the following grounds:
1. No objection in principle to proposal;
2. Extension too large (50% larger than house);
      3. If granted, building contractors should have controls on parking and deliveries as the parking in area is horrific at peak times.

Description of Site/Background

The Proposal

Relevant Policies

Main Planning Issues

Recommendation

That permission be GRANTED, subject to the following conditions:

1. Standard Matching Materials (4.3)

2. Standard Obscure Glazing (3.8) *(first floor bathroom) *(north-west side)

3. Standard No New Windows (11.3) *(first floor wall) *(north-west side)

4. Standard Use of Garage (3.9)

Reasons

1. Standard (RC4) (visual amenity) *(PE10) *(SE3) *(DE1) *(D1 and D4)
5. Standard (RC35)

Informative
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B.13WA01/1278
Mr and Mrs Bridgewood
28.06.01
Erection of a detached garage at Homelea Cottage, Lane End, Hambledon
Grid Reference:E: 495832 N: 137968
Parish:Hambledon
Ward:Hambledon and Hascombe
Development Plan:MGB, AONB, AGLV – outside settlement – Replacement Local Plan
Highway Authority:Recommend conditions
Drainage Authority:No requirements
Parish Council:No objection
Representations:1 letter has been received raising the following concerns:
1. out of scale;
      2. potential for use as storage of building materials;
3. potential noise nuisance;
4. unneighbourly siting at rear of property;
5. excessive size.

Site Description/Background

Homelea Cottage is a semi-detached property located upon the north west side of Lane End within a loose scatter of development close to the junction with Wormley Lane.

There is an existing single garage on the east side of the dwelling accessed from Lane End.

The Proposal

Permission is sought for the erection of a double garage measuring 7 m in length, 6 m in width, 2.3 m to the eaves and 3.6 m to the ridge. It would be positioned some 19 m to the rear of the dwelling and separated by 1 m from each of its boundaries to the west and east. The garage would be constructed in stained timber shiplap boarding with a green felt roof. A new driveway would be constructed along the eastern flank of the garden to the garage. The existing access to Lane End would be widened and repositioned into the south eastern corner of the plot and the existing garage would be demolished.

Relevant Policy

The site is located within the Green Belt, an AONB and AGLV outside of any defined settlement. Policies PE2 and PE7 of the Surrey Structure Plan 1994, GB1 and RE1 of the Waverley Local Plan 1993 and Policies C1 and C3 of the Replacement Local Plan 1999 apply to this proposal. These indicate a presumption against inappropriate development, including domestic garages, unless very special circumstances exist to justify the proposal.

Main Planning Issues

Notwithstanding the overreaching policies of restraint for the area, the officers consider that the principle of a replacement garage to serve this existing dwelling could be supported. In terms of its floorspace and modest roof massing the size of the garage is considered to be acceptable. The principle issues are those of the impact of the building upon the visual character of the area and the residential amenities of the neighbouring occupiers.

Members will note that parking and turning areas within rear garden areas can often be problematic in terms of residential amenity by reason of noise and disturbance and visual impact. However, in the current case, the presence of substantial screening on all boundaries is considered to be a mitigating factor in that the garage and driveway would not appear materially intrusive in views from adjacent properties. Moreover, the rearward position of the garage and dwelling on the adjacent property, “The Cottage”, would mean that traffic accessing the proposed garage would not by-pass the neighbouring dwelling. Conversely, the proposed garage would broadly align with the garage of that neighbour.

As a result of these considerations, it is considered that the proposal would not cause harm to the extent that permission should be withheld.

Recommendation

That permission be GRANTED subject to the following conditions:
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B.14WA01/1344
Meridian Business
Development
08.07.01
Erection of a three storey building to provide 8 flats following demolition of existing extension and outbuildings on land at Croft House, 89 – 91 High Street, Godalming
Grid Reference:E: 496909 N: 143801
Town:Godalming
Ward:Godalming South East
Development Plan:Town Centre Area. Conservation Area. Grade II Listed Buildings. Area of High Archaeological Potential. Defined Central Shopping Area. Within Developed Area - Replacement Local Plan.
Highway Authority:Recommends conditions
Drainage Authority:No requirements
Town Council:Object:- Out of keeping with the locality; Over development; Lack of amenity space; Loss of light to neighbouring listed building; Backland development; Insufficient parking.
Consultations:County Archaeologist recommends a condition requiring agreement and implementation of a programme of archaeological work.
Representations:One letter has been received (from The Godalming Trust) in support of the accompanying applications for works to Croft House itself, but objecting to WA01/1344 on the following grounds:
1. Less happy with proposed 8 flats;
      2. No objection in principle to residential development;
3. Agree with many of Town Council comments;
      4. Size of development excessive for area available;
5. Over-development.

Relevant History

WA74/0485Change of use of two upper floors from Consulting Rooms and a flat to offices
Refused
20.09.74
WA76/1249Change of use to a job centre
Permitted
22.10.76
WA78/1113Change of use of retail area on ground floor to Building Society offices, with ancillary accommodation in remainder
Refused
11.09.79
WA78/1898Use of shop floor area, for the sale of stationary, artists' materials, crafts, photocopies and printing, change of use of storage area for housing litho printing machine
Withdrawn
05.03.79

WA80/0200Minor alterations to shop front and interior and installation of fittings to form a TV rental showroom and ancillary service facilities
Permitted
20.03.80
WA80/0233Erection of non-illuminated advertisement sign
Consented
Granted
22.04.80
WA97/1372Application for Listed Building Consent for removal of window and installation of double doors
Consent
Granted
15.10.97
WA01/1345Erection of an extension to existing verandah following demolition of existing extension together with the erection of a boundary wall
Under
consider-
ation
WA01/1346Application for Listed Building Consent for internal and external alterations including the demolition of an existing extension and the erection of an extension to the rear verandah and a boundary wall
Under
consider-
ation
WA01/1347Application for Conservation Area Consent to demolish outbuilding
Under
consider-
ation

Description of Site/Background

Croft House, Nos. 89 and 91, are Grade II Listed Buildings dating from the eighteenth century, which lie on the south side of the High Street on the corner of Lower South Street. To the immediate west, on the other side of Lower South Street, is listed No. 93 (Hamptons) with its two/two and a half storey rear showroom range. To the east, the site abuts the side of Barclays Bank (No. 87), which has in the past been extended to the rear and a private car parking area. To the immediate south, on higher ground than Croft House, as ground levels rise from the High Street, is an access road to Seymour House and other premises, beyond which lies Molar House, where works are currently underway to erect a building providing five residential flats (WA00/1675 refers).

The application site comprises the elegant main house, on the High Street side, a single storey shop unit has been attached dating from the early twentieth century. The upper and lower ground floors which have a retail use, are currently vacant. There is residential accommodation on the upper floors which is occupied. The building has, in the past, been extended to the rear in single storey form, beyond which lies the vehicular access to the back land area. A large dilapidated lean-to outbuilding, abutting the east site boundary to No. 87, currently provides covered car parking. The remaining southern site area is given over to rough grassed amenity space, in part used for further informal parking, with vegetation including a prominent Sycamore tree on the corner of the site.


The Proposal

The current application seeks full planning permission for the erection of a three storey building to provide eight flats on this amenity land to the rear of the main building. The existing lean-to garage outbuilding and single storey extension to Croft House would be demolished.

The 470 sq m gross floor area of new accommodation would comprise five one-bedroom units and three flats of two bedrooms (or one bedroom and a study). The footprint of the development would be substantial, occupying the majority of the rear of the site, leaving a separation distance of 10 m between the nearest part of the new building and the main rear elevation of Croft House (8.5 m to the end of the verandah). The design seeks to use setbacks, gables and differential roof lines together with appropriate materials to reduce the perceived bulk and massing of the building in this sensitive corner position. Two car parking spaces would be provided in roughly the position of the existing garage to serve the existing building; no parking spaces are proposed to serve the new flats.

Three other applications are currently under consideration (on this site) concerning proposed demolition of extensions and outbuildings and internal and external improvements to the listed building (references WA01/1345, 1346 and 1347 refer). Negotiations are progressing in respect of these and it is currently anticipated that, subject to outstanding consultations, these could potentially be determined under delegated powers.

Relevant Policies

The site lies within the developed area of Godalming wherein the principle of residential development may be acceptable subject to the requirements of Development Plan Policies and assessments of the development's impact upon neighbouring and visual amenity, trees and highway safety. Having regard to the site constraints, it is also important to protect the setting of Listed Buildings and to preserve or enhance the character and appearance of the Conservation Area.

Relevant policies would therefore include:

Main Planning Issues

Although the site lies within the Godalming developed area, wherein residential development proposals can be appropriate in principle, officers have significant concerns about the density and scale of the current proposal.


This corner site is prominently located, alongside Lower South Street, a popular pedestrian thoroughfare accessing the High Street and Town Centre shops from the south, including from the South Street public car park. In addition, the site forms part of the truncated curtilage of the Grade II Listed Croft House, is adjacent to No. 93 (also Grade II) and lies within the Conservation Area. Concerns have been raised by Godalming Town Council and by The Godalming Trust, which are shared by officers, that the proposal would appear an over development of the site, excessive in scale to the plot and its context. In officers' opinion, the building, by reason of its footprint, height, bulk, massing and design pays insufficient regard to the relationship with the Listed Croft House and No. 93 such that the setting of this building would be materially and adversely affected. It is further considered that the development would appear over-dominant within the context of adjacent buildings, a dominance exacerbated by rising ground levels, such that the development would also fail to preserve or enhance the character of the Conservation Area. Other concerns relate to: the loss of the Sycamore tree on the corner, which it is considered contributes a welcome green element to this part of the Conservation Area streetscene; the lack of amenity space for future occupiers or room for landscaping to soften the scheme and the amenity implications for both the occupiers of No. 91a and of the proposed units themselves, in terms of the potential for loss of light, outlook and overlooking.

The application details specify a site area of 0.05 hectare. Calculations based on this figure - taking into account the existing single residential unit No. 91a occupying the upper floors of Croft House – suggest the proposal would result in a total development density of 180 dwellings per hectare. However, considering only the 0.2 ha proposed development position itself and its access (excluding existing Croft House and its parking spaces), a density nearer to 336 dwellings per hectare is obtained. Policy H4 of the Replacement Local Plan, in line with PPG3 (Housing), states that the Council will give encouragement to those proposals that provide for between 30 and 50 dwellings per hectare and that higher densities will be particularly encouraged at places with good public transport accessibility. Whilst the site is highly accessible being within the town centre, higher densities should not however be accepted where they would result as environmentally unacceptable development. The three storey residential redevelopment of the adjacent Molar House is noted. However, the circumstances of the current site differ from that development in terms of the proximity of adjacent buildings, the pre-existing form of development on the site and in particular, the crucial need to safeguard the setting of nearby Listed Buildings.

No objection is raised to the development on Policy H4 grounds of the proposed mix and scale of units, or on the grounds of impact upon the vitality of the Central Shopping Area (Policy TC2 of Replacement Local Plan) or Town Centre (Policy TC1 of the same).

Finally, concern has been raised by the Town Council about the lack of car parking. The County Highway Authority, however, raises no objection to the scheme, subject to the inclusion of relevant conditions. The proposed nil car parking provision for the flats would meet current national guidance for residential parking standards, as set out in PPG3. These indicate that, to meet the Government's emphasis upon securing sustainable residential environments, especially in urban areas, no provision will be acceptable in town centre locations.


Conclusions

Whilst officers consider that some form of development may be appropriate on land to the rear of Croft House and which may assist financially with other improvements proposed for the listed building itself, the current proposal is considered to represent an over-development of the site, which would result in material harm to the setting of Grade II listed buildings, would fail to preserve or enhance the character or appearance of the Conservation Area and would adversely affect the amenity of existing neighbours and future site occupiers. As such, the present proposal should be resisted.

Recommendation

That permission be REFUSED for the following reasons:
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B.15WA01/1467
Oriental Chef
27.07.01
Erection and installation of extraction flue/chimney at 125 High Street, Godalming
Grid Reference:E: 496827 N: 143780
Town:Godalming
Ward:Godalming South East
Development Plan:Town Centre. Central Shopping Area. Conservation Area. Area of High Archaeological Potential. Developed Area – Replacement Local Plan.
Highway Authority:No requirements
Drainage Authority:Not yet received – to be reported orally
Town Council:No objection
Consultations:Borough Environmental Health Officer – not yet received – to be reported orally
Representations:One letter has been received, objecting on the following grounds:
      1. Originally objected to change of use of premises on grounds of detrimental effects to solicitors, traffic in High Street and environmental pollution;
      2. Already monstrous conglomerate of air conditioning/extraction apparatus on nearby roofs;
      3. Apparatus already installed;

      4. Chimney will come out immediately between windows of two of the Solicitors’ offices above (No. 125a);
      5. Apparatus hazardous, at head height, when using right of access from rear car park.

Relevant History

WA83/0806Construction of new shop front
Permitted
04.10.83
WA00/1098Change of use of ground floor from retail (Class A1) to restaurant/takeaway (Class A3)
Permitted
09.11.00

Description of Site/Background

The application site is situated towards the western end of Godalming High Street and was formerly occupied by Hillyers Bakeries Limited. The site comprises the ground floor of the building; the upper floor (No. 125a) is occupied by a solicitor’s office.

Planning permission was granted in November 2000 (WA00/1098 refers) for the change of use of the ground floor premises from retail (Class A1) to a restaurant/takeaway (Class A3). This was subject to conditions, including controls requiring the prior agreement of an extraction ventilation system, fan and associated ducting, a litter management plan, setting maximum noise levels and imposing controls on opening hours.

The Proposal

The current application seeks full planning permission for the erection of an extraction flue/chimney, on the south west side elevation of the building.

The equipment would take the form of ductwork within stainless steel casing, which would emerge from the ground floor premises within an existing single storey side extension/covered way, before rising up through the Perspex extension roof up to and beyond first floor level. The approximately 0.5 m diameter ducting is proposed to be bracketed to the wall and would project above the eaves level. A brick built ‘dummy chimney stack’ is indicated in annotations on the submitted drawings, however full details of the appearance of this casing have not been supplied.

At the time of the officer’s site visit, the central ducting equipment had partly been installed, up to first floor eaves level.

Relevant Policies

The site lies within the developed area of Godalming, where development may be acceptable subject to considerations of the impact upon visual and neighbouring amenity. As such, Policies PE10 of the Surrey Structure Plan 1994, DE1 of the Adopted Waverley Borough Local Plan 1993 and Policies D1 and D4 of the Replacement Local Plan (Deposit Draft) 1999 are applicable. Furthermore, the site lies within the Conservation Area, where development should preserve or enhance the character and appearance of the area, as such Policies PE12 of the Structure Plan, C11 of the adopted Local Plan and HE8 of the Replacement Local Plan refer to the scheme.

Main Planning Issues

Officers have concerns about this proposal on two grounds;

Whilst the final comments of the Environmental Health Officer are awaited, it is understood that the equipment may constitute a statutory nuisance, given its position between two windows of the Solicitors’ office above. Environmental Health investigations are continuing and an oral report will be made at the meeting.

In the absence of full details of the proposed dummy chimney stack and given the height and bulk of the equipment proposed, together with the site’s location within the context of the historic townscape and Conservation Area, officers consider that the proposal would result in detriment to the visual amenity of the area and would fail to either preserve or enhance the character and appearance of the Conservation Area.

Recommendation

That, subject to the comments of the Environmental Health Officer, permission be REFUSED for the following reasons:

1. Standard Detriment to Character and Amenity (R 2.10) character and appearance of the area, a designated Conservation Area and the amenity of occupiers of the adjacent buildings, in particular at No. 125a High Street *(PE10 and PE12) *(SE3 and SE4) *(DE1 and C11) *(D1, D4 and HE8).
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B.16WA01/1396
C Gocher
14.07.01
Retention of a two storey extension to existing building together with the continued use of land to provide additional land for ancillary purposes including parking and siting of rubbish skips at Jackson and Gochers Yard, Culmer Hill, Petworth Road, Wormley, Witley
Grid Reference:E: 494911 N: 138722
Parish:Witley
Ward:Witley
Development Plan:MGB, AONB, AGLV – outside settlement – Replacement Local Plan
Highway Authority:No requirements
Drainage Authority:No requirements
Parish Council:Objection – encroachment on Green Belt
Representations:2 letters have been received – 1 expressing support and 1 raising objection on the following grounds:
1. woodland area has been enclosed and trees removed;
      2. no mains drainage – inadequate cesspit;
      3. detrimental effect on property value;
      4. other changes of use and new buildings on wider site have caused loss of amenity and traffic danger;
5. loss of amenity by bonfires.

Relevant History

WA97/1654Erection of a two storey extension to existing building; change of use of land to provide additional land for ancillary purposes including parking and the siting of rubbish skips
Refused
22.01.98
P43/19/42Enforcement Action in relation to:-
          a) removal of the area of hardstanding deposited since the purchase of the land from the school;

          b) erection of a permanent physical barrier on a line to be agreed with the Local Planning Authority to prevent access onto land;

          c) cessation of use for commercial purposes and allowance of the regrowth of natural vegetation;

          d) demolition of the extensions to the industrial building.
Resolution
to take
action 11.03.98
Notice
served in
respect of
(d) 03.11.00
Appeal
lodged
03.01.01

Site Description/Background

The application site is located within Gochers Yard which is an old established builder’s yard at the top of Culmer Hill opposite King Edward’s School. A variety of commercial uses are well established in the yard, which is served by two very narrow and sub-standard accesses to the main Petworth Road (A283). To the west, north and north-east of the site are residential properties.

Adjoining the yard to the south is a block of woodland owned by King Edward’s School. The application site comprises a rectangular strip of that original woodland which runs parallel to Gocher’s Yard and is located to its south east. Adjacent to the strip of land is an elongated two storey industrial building.

Retrospective permission was refused in 1997 and enforcement action subsequently agreed in relation to an unauthorised two storey extension to the industrial building and the change of use of the strip of land to parking and siting of rubbish skips ancillary to the building. However, following consideration of evidence subsequently received by the Council, the Council’s Chief Executive considered that it would not be expedient to pursue the enforcement action in relation to the use of the land which appears to be lawful for planning purposes. The Enforcement Notice in respect of the extension has, however, been served. An appeal against the current application is being held in abeyance pending the outcome of this application.

The Proposal

Permission is sought for the continued use of the land to provide additional land for ancillary purposes including parking and siting of rubbish skips. In addition, it is also proposed that the two storey extension to the existing industrial building measuring 75 sq m be retained. The extension has been added to the eastern end of the building and has a triangular footprint. It is separated by some 5 m from the northern boundary of the site with New Cottages. A hardstanding is proposed in the centre of the site to provide turning and parking facilities and space for the storage of rubbish skips. Landscaping is also proposed.

Submissions in Support

In support of the application, the applicant has put forward the following arguments:

Relevant Policies

The site is located within the Green Belt, an AONB and an AGLV outside of any developed area or settlement. Therefore, Policies PE2 and PE7 of the Surrey Structure Plan 1994, GB1 and RE1 of the Waverley Local Plan 1999 and Policies C1 and C3 of the Replacement Local Plan apply to this proposal. These indicate a presumption against inappropriate development, including new commercial industrial buildings and uses, in the interests of preserving the openness of the countryside and character of the landscape.

Main Planning Issues

Members will note that an identical application to the current scheme was refused permission in 1997 under reference WA97/1654. The principle consideration in respect of the current proposal is to consider whether, in light of any material changes in planning circumstances that have taken place, a different decision should now be taken in respect of the proposal.


The application proposes new built form and an extension of commercial uses onto open land designated as Green Belt, AONB, AGLV. As such, the proposal represents inappropriate development which is materially harmful to the landscape. The applicants’ claim that use of the site probably benefits from use rights for commercial purposes has been supported by the Head of Legal Services. This is clearly material to the part of the scheme proposing a change of use of the land. However, there have, in the officers’ view, been no material changes in circumstances since 1997 which indicate that a different approach should be taken to the unauthorised extension. Whilst use of the land surrounding the building may be lawful, this does not justify the two storey addition which remains inappropriate development and is a dominant building mass within the AONB/AGLV. Whilst the Local Plan has been reviewed since the previous decision, the relevant policies which seek to resist this development have been carried forward and strengthened. It is considered that the application should therefore be refused and continued endorsement offered to the agreed enforcement action.

Recommendation

That permission be REFUSED for the following reasons:
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51
Central
SCHEDULE 'C' TO THE AGENDA FOR THE
CENTRAL AREA DEVELOPMENT CONTROL SUB-COMMITTEE
12TH SEPTEMBER 2001

Applications 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
WA01/0947
R Harrington
Erection of a conservatory (as amplified by letter dated 15.06.01 and plans received 18.06.01) at The Mere Cottage, Thursley Road, ElsteadGRANTED
WA01/1105
Mr and Mrs Mills
Provision of new borehole to provide water for dwelling and stables together with the erection of a building to house borehole equipment and provide additional private equestrian use at Shepherds Cottage, Attleford Lane, Shackleford, GodalmingGRANTED
WA01/1135
Mr and Mrs Parry
Erection of extensions and alterations at Hazel Hill, Hambledon Road, BusbridgeGRANTED
WA01/1160
Equant Application
Services
Siting of standby electric generator (as amplified by letter dated 06.08.01 and plans received 07.08.01) at Thornbrook, Weyside Park, Catteshall Lane, GodalmingGRANTED
WA01/1175
Mr and Mrs Nilsson
Erection of a single storey extension and construction of a dormer window (as amended by letter dated 03.08.01 and plans received 03.08.01) at 11 Park Avenue, Peperharow, GodalmingGRANTED
WA01/1182
D Gallacher
Erection of a conservatory at 11 Long Gore, Farncombe, GodalmingGRANTED
WA01/1240
D G Tosh
Erection of an extension and alterations at Curlew Cottage, Redhouse Lane, ElsteadGRANTED
WA01/1244
J A and B A Butters
Erection of single storey extension together with the erection of a detached garage following demolition of existing garage at Coombe, Ramsden Road, GodalmingGRANTED

WA01/1250
Mr and Mrs Ford
Application for a Certificate of Lawfulness under Section 192 for the construction of a swimming pool for ancillary recreational use to dwelling at Inwood, Munstead Heath Road, GodalmingGRANTED
WA01/1251
Mr & Mrs Ford
Application for a Certificate of Lawfulness under Section 192 for the conversion of existing garage into new kitchen and study as part of existing domestic dwelling at Inwood, Munstead Heath Road, GodalmingGRANTED
WA01/1262
Mr and Mrs
Charlesworth
Erection of detached double garage following demolition of existing garage at Broad Oak, Portsmouth Road, MilfordGRANTED
WA01/1273
A Briggs
Erection of a detached garage/log store following demolition of existing garage at White Cottage, The Street, Hascombe, GodalmingGRANTED
WA01/1287
Mr and Mrs Crust
Erection of a single storey extension at 5 Heathfield Close, GodalmingGRANTED
WA01/1288
Mr and Mrs Mellish
Erection of extensions and alterations at 98 Busbridge Lane, GodalmingGRANTED
WA01/1289
Mr and Mrs Hone
Erection of a porch at Seldomseen, Gasden Copse, WitleyGRANTED
WA01/1295
Mr and Mrs Leeper
Erection of a conservatory (as amplified by letter dated 09.08.01 and plans received 13.08.01) at Bonners, Vann Lane, HambledonGRANTED
WA01/1312
Mr and Mrs Stanley
Erection of a single storey extension at 4 Duncombe Road, GodalmingGRANTED
WA01/1328
Mrs Haslehurst
Erection of a single storey extension at The Tree House (formerly Tallarna), Grosvenor Road, GodalmingGRANTED
WA01/1329
J McNeill
Erection of a single storey extension (revision of WA00/1613) at Eashing Lodge, Peperharow Park, The Drive, GodalmingGRANTED
WA01/1343
D Field
Erection of a single storey extension at 38 George Road, Farncombe, GodalmingGRANTED
WA01/1351
Mr and Mrs Le
Masurier
Erection of a two storey extension at Meadowview, St Anne’s Road, GodalmingGRANTED

WA01/1378
Mr and Mrs N Jones
Erection of extensions and alterations at 13 The Paddock, GodalmingGRANTED
WA01/1419
Guildford Diocesan
Board
Erection of a replacement garage at The Vicarage, Petworth Road, WitleyGRANTED
TM01/0042
D Nash
Application for works to trees the subject of a Tree Preservation Order WA238 at 1 Camargue Place, Catteshall Lane, GodalmingGRANTED
TM01/0030
N Collins
Application for consent for works to a tree, the subject of a Tree Preservation Order WA199 at 6 Lammas Close, GodalmingGRANTED
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