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Onley Grounds Farm, London Road, Barby, Northamptonshire, CV23 8AJ

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Rebecca Hambridge
Widening and improvement of existing track (retrospective)
Approval Full

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Conditions & Reasons

   Conditions - Notes - Reasons

Type Description
Condition This permission shall be deemed to take effect from 20 August 2018.
Reason To comply with Section 73A of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990.
Condition The development shall be carried out strictly in accordance with drawing nos. 211104DWG002 C, 212191DWG004 A, 212191DWG006 A registered valid 5 July 2018.
Reason To ensure development is in accordance with the submitted drawings and to enable the Local Planning Authority to consider the impact of any changes to the approved plans.
Condition The materials to be used in the construction works hereby approved shall be as specified as on drawing 212191DWG004 A, registered valid 5 July 2018.
Reason In the interests of visual amenity.
Condition During the construction period, no vehicles calling at the site or being in control of the developer/occupier or contactors employed by the developer/occupier shall be loaded, unloaded or parked on the highway (Daventry Road – A45). Adequate measures shall be taken to prevent deleterious matters being carried onto all nearby highways.
Reason In the interests of public and highway safety.
Condition Prior to commencement of works affecting any existing public right of way full details on any enhancement, improvement, diversion or closure shall be submitted to and gain the approval of the Local Authority.
Reason In the interests of public and highway safety.
Informative The Environment Agency would refer the applicant/developer to the Bedford Group of Drainage Boards (IDB) who undertakes all land drainage consenting works on behalf of Northamptonshire County Council so as the appropriate consents may be requested.
Informative With respect to construction works to be carried out in close proximity to and using Public Rights of Way as access, please note the following standard requirements:- a. The routes must be kept clear, unobstructed, safe for users, and no structures or materials placed on the right of way at all times. It is an offence to obstruct the highway under Section 137 of The Highways Act 1980. b. There must be no interference or damage to the surface of the right of way as a result of the construction. Any damage to the surface of the path must be made good by the applicant, specifications for any repair or surfacing works must be approved by this office, under Section 131 of the Highways Act 1980. c. If as a result of the development, the Right of Way needs to be closed, where a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order would become necessary. An application form for such an order is available from Northamptonshire County Council’s website. A fee is payable for this service and a period of six weeks’ notice is required. d. Any new path furniture (e.g. gates preferred over stiles) needs to be approved in advance with the Access Development Officer. Standard examples can be provided.
Informative No works affecting any existing public right of way may commence without the express written permission of the Local Highway Authority’s Rights of Way Team.
Informative The developer is reminded to apply to the Local Authority for any proposed diversion of a right of way under Section 257 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 required to facilitate the development of DA/2018/0317. The alternative route for such a diversion must be agreed with the Local Highway Authority’s Rights of Way Team and be available for public use prior to the closure of any existing route.
Informative Within 4 weeks of the date of completion of the access hereby approved, the existing access shall be permanently closed such that it no longer allows direct access from the A45 Daventry Road, and the highway features (including the verge and kerb line) shall be reinstated accordance with details approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority Rugby Borough Council, as approved under planning application R12/2191 Condition 4. The access point hereby approved shall then remain the only point of access to the dwellings and commercial operations from then on unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority Rugby Borough Council.
Informative The vehicular access to the site shall not be used until it has been constructed to include the requirements specified in Transport and Roads for Developments – The Warwickshire Guide 2001 (published by Warwickshire County Council, as approved under planning application R12/2191 Condition 5.
Informative Additional notes 5 and 6 require works to be carried out within the limits of the public highway. Before commencing such works the applicant/developer must enter into a Highway Works Agreement with the Warwickshire Highway Authority under the provisions of Section 184 of the Highways Act 1980. Application to enter into such an agreement should be made to the Planning & Development Group, Communities Group, Warwickshire County Council, Shire Hall, Warwick, CV34 4SX
Informative In accordance with Traffic Management Act 2004 it is necessary for all works in the Highway to be noticed and carried out in accordance with the requirements of the New Roads and Streetworks Act 1991 and all relevant Codes of Practice. Before commencing any Highway works the applicant/developer must familiarise themselves with the notice requirements, failure to do so could lead to prosecution. Applications should be made to the Street Works Manager, Budbrooke Depot, Old Budbrooke Road, Warwick, CV35 7DP. For works lasting ten days or less, notice will be required. For works lasting longer than 10 days, three months’ notice will be required.

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