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DA/2019/0574
08-Jul-2019
OUTLINE
Long Buckby
LONG BUCKBY
Land Off East Street, Long Buckby, Northamptonshire

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Anna Lee
Outline application for demolition of existing garages and construction of dormer bungalow with all matters reserved
Refusal Outline.
21-Aug-2019




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   Conditions - Notes - Reasons

Type Description
Reason The proposal would result in the creation of a dwelling where the housing requirement for rural areas in the District has been reached and at a period where the district has a 5 year housing land supply. The proposal would be in conflict with the spatial and housing allocation strategies set out in the development plan as it fails to deliver environmental improvements or satisfy any of the exceptional circumstances set out by Policy R1 of the adopted West Northamptonshire Joint Core Strategy 2014 and the application site lies outside of the village confines as defined in the Settlements and Countryside Local Plan (Part 2) for Daventry District 2018. Therefore, the proposal is in conflict with the development plan and the aims of national and local planning policies which seek to promote sustainable development. The development is contrary to Paragraphs 8, 10 and 12 of the National Planning Policy Framework 2019; Saved Policies GN1 (B) (E), HS6 of the adopted Daventry District Local Plan 1997; Policies SA, S1 (D1), S3 and R1 of the adopted West Northamptonshire Joint Core Strategy 2014; and Policies SP1 (E) (G) (H) and RA1 (A) (B) of the Settlements and Countryside Local Plan (Part 2) for Daventry District 2018 (Examination held in June 2019).
Reason The proposed development would create an unsatisfactory relationship with the site and surrounding environment. Any dwelling constructed on the plot would be unduly cramped due to the limited size and constrained layout of the site, and would be surrounded by very limited outdoor amenity space. The proposal is contrary to the planning policies which seek to promote good/ high quality design, requires regard to be given to ‘achieving appropriate densities’ and ‘the desirability of maintaining an area’s prevailing character and setting’ and ensure that development be sympathetic to and respect local character and the surrounding built and natural environment. Therefore, the proposal is contrary to Paragraphs 122 d) e), 127 a), b) and c) of the National Planning Policy Framework 2019, Saved Policies GN1 (B), GN2 (A), EN42 (A) and (C), and HS36 (C) (D) (E) of the adopted Daventry District Local Plan 1997; Policy S10 (i) of the adopted West Northamptonshire Joint Core Strategy 2014; and Policies SP1 (G) (H), RA1 (C) iii) of the Settlements and Countryside Local Plan (Part 2) for Daventry District 2018 (Examination held in June 2019).
Reason Due to the restrained/ cramped layout of the application site, any constructed dormer bungalow would be positioned close to the rear garden of the adjacent bungalow no.30 East Street and has the potential to result in undue overbearing on the rear habitable windows and rear garden of the neighbouring property to the detriment of the residential amenity of the adjacent occupiers. Moreover, the applicant has failed to demonstrate that adequate/ high standards amenity could be provided for the future occupiers of the proposed dwelling. The proposal, therefore, would be contrary to Paragraph 127 (f) of the National Planning Policy Framework 2019, Policy R1 (D) of the adopted West Northamptonshire Joint Core Strategy 2014, Saved Policies GN2 (A), HS36 (D) (E) of the adopted Daventry District Local Plan 1997 and Policies RA1 (C) vii) and ENV10 (B) viii) of the Settlements and Countryside Local Plan (Part 2) for Daventry District 2018 (Examination held in June 2019).
Informative In making this decision, the Local Planning Authority has had regard to the requirements of Paragraph 38 of the National Planning Policy Framework. Whilst consideration has been given to the planning merits/ benefits of the proposal, it is not considered that these would outweigh the harm identified.
Informative The following information (deposited with the Local Planning Authority 8 July 2019) was taken into consideration in reaching this decision: - Location Plan scale 1:1250 - Application Form - Letter from Zielinski Baker & Partners dated 3 July 2019



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