OUT/15/00977: Grazing Land, LEASOWE ROAD, WALLASEY VILLAGE - Outline application for 10 dwellings
The Assistant Chief Executive submitted the above application for consideration.
A Ward Councillor addressed the Committee
It was moved by Councillor Mitchell and seconded by Councillor Johnson and
Resolved (7:5) That the application be approved subject to the following conditions and a Section 106 agreement:
1. The development hereby permitted shall be commenced before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission or two years from the date of the approval of the last of the reserved matters, whichever is the later.
2. Details of the reserved matters set out below shall be submitted to the Local Planning Authority for approval within three years from the date of this permission:
(d) Access and
3. Approval of all reserved matters shall be obtained from the Local Planning Authority in writing before any development is commenced and shall be carried out as approved.
4. No development shall take place until full details and samples of materials for all external work has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
5. No development shall take place until a Site Waste Management Plan, confirming how demolition and construction waste will be recovered and re-used on the site or at other sites, has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The approved Plan shall be implemented in full unless otherwise agreed in writing with the Local Planning Authority.
6. No development shall take place before details of the proposed finished floor levels; ridge and eaves heights of the dwelling hereby approved have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The submitted levels shall be measured against a fixed datum and shall show the existing and finished ground levels, eaves and ridge heights of neighbouring property. The development shall be carried out as approved.
The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the approved plans received by the local planning authority on 20th July 2015 and listed as follows: L(80)001
7. No development shall take place (including any demolition, earthworks or vegetation clearance) until a scheme of landscaping, phased in relation to any phasing of the development, which shall include details of both hard and soft landscaping works and earthworks, has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The scheme shall include for but not restricted to the following details:
a. existing trees and shrubs not directly affected by the buildings and works.
b. walls and fences
c. proposed walls and fencing, indicating materials and heights.
d. screen planting on boundary
e. existing contours and any alteration, such as earth mounding,
f. details of the proposed arrangements for maintenance of the landscaping
The scheme as approved shall be carried out prior to the first occupation of any of the dwellings hereby approved. Any trees, shrubs or plants that die within a period of 5 years from the completion of the development, or are removed and/or become seriously damaged or diseased in that period, shall be replaced (and if necessary continue to be replaced) in the first available planting season with others of similar size and species, unless the Local Planning Authority gives prior written approval for any variation.
8. Prior to first occupation or use of the development, arrangements for the storage and disposal of refuse, and vehicle access thereto, shall be made within the curtilage of the site, in accordance with details previous submitted to and agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority, prior to the first occupation of the building.
9. No development shall take place until a scheme for the provision and implementation for the discharge of surface water from the site, incorporating sustainable drainage details, has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. As a minimum, such a scheme shall include:
a. Information about the lifetime of the development design storm period and intensity (1 in 30 & 1 in 100 years +30% allowance for climate change);
b. Discharge rates and volumes (both pre and post development);
c. Temporary storage facilities;
d. Means of access for maintenance and easements where applicable;
e. Methods employed to delay and control surface water discharged from the site;
f. Measures taken to prevent flooding and pollution of the receiving ground water and/or surface waters, including watercourses
g. Flood water exceedance routes, both on and off site;
h. A timetable for implementation, including phasing where applicable;
i. Site investigation and test results to confirm infiltration rates.
The drainage scheme should demonstrate that the peak run off rate from the development to any highway drain, sewer or surface water body for the 1 in 1 year rainfall event and the 1 in 100 years rainfall event should never exceed the peak greenfield run off rate for the same event.
The development shall not be brought into use or the dwellings first occupied until the scheme as approved has been fully implemented in accordance with the timing/phasing arrangements embodied within the scheme and shall be subsequently maintained as such thereafter.
10. No development shall take place until details of an appropriate management and maintenance plan for the sustainable drainage system for the lifetime of the development has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. As a minimum, such a scheme shall include:
a. The arrangements for adoption by an appropriate public body or statutory undertaker or management and maintenance by a Management Company;
b. Arrangements concerning appropriate funding mechanisms for its on-going maintenance of all elements of the sustainable drainage system (including mechanical components) and will include elements such as:
i.On-going inspections relating to performance and asset condition assessments; and
ii. Operation costs for regular maintenance, remedial works and irregular maintenance caused by less sustainable limited life assets or any other arrangements to secure the operation of the surface water drainage scheme throughout its lifetime.
c. Means of access for maintenance and easements where applicable
The development shall not be brought into use or the dwellings first occupied until the scheme as approved has been fully implemented and shall be subsequently managed and maintained as such thereafter.
11. No development shall take place until full details of the access road has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Such details shall include but not be restricted to any footways, footpaths, verges, junctions, street lighting, sewers, drains, retaining walls,, surface water outfall, embankments, visibility splays, carriageway gradients, drive gradients, street furniture and traffic calming measures, and shall include the timetable for the provision of such works. The development shall not be first occupied until the details as agreed have all been constructed and laid out in accordance with the approved details.
12. No development shall take place until a noise survey has been submitted to the Local Planning Authority in relation to the impact of traffic noise on the dwellings in this proposed development has been approved by the Local Planning Authority. The approved scheme shall be implemented in full.
13. No development shall take place until a detailed Construction Environment Management Plan for the construction phase of the development and a Construction Code of Practice shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The Construction Environment Management Plan shall provide details of measures proposed for the storage of all plant, machinery and materials to be used in connection with the remodelling and construction of the development and for controlling any escape of noise and/or fumes during the works. The development shall be carried out in accordance with the Construction Environment Management Plan. The scheme shall in particular include:-
1) locations for the storage of all plant, machinery and materials including oils and chemicals to be used in connection with the construction of the development;
2) details of all bunds, fences and other physical protective measures to be placed on the Site in connection with such storage including the time periods for placing and retaining such bunds, fences and measures (as the case may be);
3) provision for the on-going maintenance of any such bunds, fences and other measures;
4) the control and removal of spoil and wastes;
5) measures to prevent the pollution of surface and ground water arising from the storage of plant and materials.
The code of practice shall indicate:
a. the proposed hours of operation of remodelling and construction activities;
b. the frequency, duration and means of operation involving demolitions, excavations, drilling, piling, and any concrete production;
c. sound attenuation measures incorporated to reduce noise at source;
d. details of measures to be taken to reduce the generation of dust;
e. the routes of construction traffic to and from the site including any off site routes for the disposal of excavated material.
The Code of Practice shall be strictly adhered to during all stages of the construction of the proposed development. The development shall only be implemented in accordance with the Construction Environment Management Plan, provided that this may be amended in accordance with details expressly submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority for such purpose