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DA/2018/0141
16-Feb-2018
OUTLINE
Welton Hill
BRAUNSTON & WELTON HILL
Phase 1 Mickle Well Park, Off Ashby Road, Daventry, Northamptonshire

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Mrs C Phillips
Outline application for construction of 7 self build/custom build plots
Approval Outline.
22-Oct-2018




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   Conditions - Notes - Reasons

Type Description
Condition Approval of the details of the layout, scale, external appearance of the building(s), the means of access thereto and the landscaping of the site (hereinafter called "the reserved matters") shall be obtained from the Local Planning Authority in writing before any development is commenced.
Reason To comply with Section 92 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990.
Condition Plans and particulars of the reserved matters referred to above relating to the layout, scale, external appearance of any building(s) to be erected, the means of access to the site and the landscaping of the site shall be submitted in writing to the Local Planning Authority and shall be carried out as approved.
Reason To comply with Section 92 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990.
Condition An application for approval of reserved matters must be made to the Local Planning Authority not later than the expiration of three years from the date of this permission.
Reason To comply with Section 92 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990.
Condition The development hereby permitted shall be begun either before the expiration of 3 years from the date of this permission, or before the expiration of 2 years from the date of approval of the last of the reserved matters to be approved.
Reason To comply with Section 92 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990.
Condition The self build/ custom build plots shall be provided in accordance with the plot by plot guidelines and design principles set out in the Self & Custom Build Design Code Phase 1 document dated August 2018.
Reason In the interests of visual amenity.
Condition No development shall take place until full details of the surface water drainage scheme for the site, based on the approved Flood Risk Assessment (undertaken by Cannon Consulting Engineers (ref: CCE/N381/FRA-03, dated September 2014) and e-mail ref: EA consultation response: DA/2014/0869DSA) have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The scheme shall subsequently be implemented in accordance with the approved details before the development is completed. The scheme shall include details (i.e. designs, diameters, invert and cover levels, gradients, dimensions and so on) of all elements of the proposed drainage system, to include pipes, inspection chambers, outfalls/inlets and attenuation structures (if required). Details of the drainage system are to be accompanied by full and appropriately cross-referenced supporting calculations..
Reason To reduce the risk of flooding both on and off site in accordance with the NPPF and Policy 5 of the Core Strategy for North Northamptonshire by ensuring the satisfactory means of surface water attenuation and discharge from the site
Condition No development shall take place until a detailed scheme for the ownership and maintenance for every element of the surface water drainage system proposed on the site has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority and the maintenance plan shall be carried out in full thereafter. Details are required of which organisation or body will be the main maintaining body where the area is multifunctional (e.g. open space play areas containing SuDS) with evidence that the organisation/body has agreed to such adoption. The scheme shall include, a maintenance schedule setting out which assets need to be maintained, at what intervals and what method is to be used. A site plan including access points, maintenance access easements and outfalls. Maintenance operational areas to be identified and shown on the plans, to ensure there is room to gain access to the asset, maintain it with appropriate plant and then handle any arisings generated from the site. Details of expected design life of all assets with a schedule of when replacement assets may be required
Reason To reduce the risk of flooding both on and off site in accordance with the NPPF and Policy 5 of the Core Strategy for North Northamptonshire by ensuring the satisfactory means of surface water attenuation and discharge from the site
Condition Implementations as set out within the “Landscape and Ecological Management Plan ( LEMP ) : ADDENDUM” report document / letter, dated April 2018, as written by the consultancy Ecology Solutions Ltd., including its associated Drawing No. 416.07801.00001.29.101.1, also dated April 2018, entitled “Figure 1 : LEMP ADDENDUM”, prepared by SLR Consulting Ltd., with the earlier report document entitled as the “Landscape and Ecological Management Plan”, Report Ref. No. 416.07801.00001, as dated February 2018, in its Version No. 4 format, as jointly prepared by the consultancies SLR Consulting Ltd. ( for the landscape elements ) and Ecology Solutions ( for the ecology elements ) shall be carried out as set out within the reports unless otherwise agreed in writing by the LPA.
Reason In the interests of biodiversity
Informative FEH / FSR rainfall data Section 4.3.2. of the SUDS Manual (CIRIA C697) refers to Development Runoff. Within this Section, it is acknowledged that additional datasets have been added to Flood Estimation Handbook (FEH) and rainfall depths obtained using FEH show significant differences from those obtained from Flood Studies Report (FSR) in some parts of the country. Within Northamptonshire, rainfall depths are often greater using more up to date FEH datasets than those using FSR, therefore for various storm events, greater run-off is produced and additional attenuation is likely to be required. FEH rainfall data is more up to date than FSR (England and Wales) therefore calculations should use this FEH data to determine the volume of surface water attenuation required on site. We recognise there are uncertainties associated with the use of any datasets. In particular, FSR rainfall data should be used where the critical storm duration is less than 60 minutes, as FEH data is less robust for short duration storms. FEH rainfall data can be used to determine the volume of storage required if the critical storm duration is greater than 30 minutes.
Informative In making this decision, the Local Planning Authority has had regard to the requirements of paragraph 38 of the National Planning Policy Framework.



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