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Planning Application Details


WND/2021/0610
20-Sep-2021
PUBLIC SERVICE INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
Moulton
Moulton Ward
Land To West Of Thorpeville, Moulton, Northamptonshire

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Mrs K Daniels
Construction of a secondary school with outdoor sports facilities, access, parking, landscaping & drainage.
Approval Full
19-Apr-2022




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Conditions & Reasons
       


   Conditions - Notes - Reasons

Type Description
Condition The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiration of 3 year from the date of this permission.
Reason To comply with Section 91 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004).
Condition Drawing Numbers The development shall be carried out in accordance with the following details: D43004/LC/D Lighting Proposals NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12001 Rev PO2 General arrangement plan ground floor Sheet 1 of 2 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12003 General arrangement plan Ground floor NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12004 Rev PO2 General arrangement Plan first floor sheet 1 of 2 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12007 Rev PO1 General arrangement plan ground floor sheet 1 of 2 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12008 Rev PO1 General arrangement ground plan floor sheet 2 of 2 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12009 Rev PO1 General arrangement plan first floor sheet 1 of 2 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12010 Rev PO1 general arrangement plan roof sheet 1 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12011 General arrangement plan first floor NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12012 General arrangement plan roof sheet 1 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12018 Rev PO1 General arrangement Plan roof plan sheet 2 of 2 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12020 Rev PO1 General arrangement plan first floor sheet 2 of 2 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12021 Rev PO4 General arrangement elevations sheet 1 of 3 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12022 Rev PO4 General arrangement elevations sheet 2 of 3 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12023 Rev PO2 Proposed Elevations Planning Sheet 1 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12024 Rev PO2 Proposed Elevations Planning Sheet 2 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12025 General arrangement elevations sheet 3 of 3 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12031 Acoustic strategy first floor sheet 1 of 2 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12032 Acoustic strategy first floor sheet 2 of 2 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12034 Acoustic strategy first floor sheet 1 of 2 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12035 Acoustic strategy first floor sheet 2 of 2 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12040 Rev PO1 general arrangement elevations sheet 1 of 3 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12041 Rev PO1 general arrangement elevations sheet 2 of 3 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12042 general arrangement elevations sheet 3 of 3 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12100 Rev PO3 1-20 sections sheet 1 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12101 Rev PO1 1-20 sections sheet 2 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12102 Rev PO1 Plan details NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12103 Rev PO1 Plan details sheet 2 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12104 Rev PO1 Section details sheet 1 NSBC-DLA-ZZ-EL-DR-A-12105 Rev PO1 Section details sheet 2 Access and Security PO8 Proposed Levels PO1 Fire Tender Access PO5 Covered Cycle Parking PO2 Site Plan 1 of 6 PO1 Site Plan 2 of 6 PO2 Site Plan 3 of 6 PO1 Site Plan 4 of 6 PO3 Site Plan 5 of 6 PO1 Site Plan 6 of 6 PO1 Sports Pitch Layout PO3 Electric Vehicle Car Park Details PO2 Phasing Plans (received 21st December 2021)
Reason To ensure the development is carried out in accordance with the agreed details.
Condition Prior to the construction above slab levels details of the landscaping shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The details shall include a landscape management plan for at least 10 years. The landscaping plan shall be carried out prior to the first occupation, and shall be maintained in accordance with the agreed landscape management plan.
Reason In the interest of visual amenity and in the interest of biodiversity.
Condition No equipment, machinery or materials shall be brought onto the site for the purposes of the development until details of the proposed type and a plan of the proposed position of fencing for the protection of trees or hedges that are to be retained on the site, have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The fencing shall be implemented in accordance with these details and shall remain in place until all equipment, machinery and surplus materials have been removed from the site. Nothing shall be stored, disposed of, or placed, nor fires lit, in any area fenced in accordance with this condition and the ground levels within these areas shall not be driven across by vehicles, altered, nor any excavation made (including addition/removal of topsoil/subsoil) without the written consent of the Local Planning Authority.
Reason In the interests of the visual amenity of the area.
Condition Permitted Development Rights Notwithstanding the provisions of the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (as amended) (or any Order revoking and re-enacting that Order with or without modification) no development shall be carried out which falls within Classes M, N of Part 7 of Schedule 2 to the Order without the prior express consent of the Local Planning Authority.
Reason In the interests of visual amenity of the area.
Condition Boundary Treatments Notwithstanding the details submitted with the application, prior to the construction works above slab levels details of the proposed and location of the fencing shall be submitted to an approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Development shall be carried out in accordance with the agreed plans prior to the first occupation.
Reason In the interest of visual amenity.
Condition Materials Prior to construction works above slab level samples of the materials to be used in the construction of the external surfaces of the school hereby permitted shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details.
Reason To ensure the materials are appropriate to the character and appearance of the locality.
Condition Archaeology The development shall proceed in accordance with the submitted Written Scheme of Investigation which has been approved by the Planning Authority. This written scheme includes the following components, completion of each of which will trigger the phased discharging of the condition: (i) fieldwork in accordance with the agreed written scheme of investigation; (ii) post-excavation assessment (to be submitted within six months of the completion of fieldwork, unless otherwise agreed in advance with the Planning Authority); (iii) completion of post-excavation analysis, preparation of site archive ready for deposition at a store (Northamptonshire ARC) approved by the Planning Authority, completion of an archive report, and submission of a publication report to be completed within two years of the completion of fieldwork, unless otherwise agreed in advance with the Planning Authority.
Reason To ensure that features of archaeological interest are properly examined and recorded and the results made available, in accordance with NPPF Paragraph 205.
Condition Lighting Notwithstanding the submitted lighting details, there shall be no external illumination on the site at any time other than in accordance with a detailed scheme which shall first have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The scheme shall include an assessment of the impact of the lighting on the vertical facades of sensitive properties and the measures necessary to reduce the impact. Any floodlighting shall be operated in accordance with the approved details at all times.
Reason In the interest of visual amenity and to ensure the development does not have a detrimental impact on biodiversity.
Condition Noise/Ventilation Prior to occupation of any non-residential unit hereby permitted with a commercial kitchen, details of any ventilation system for the removal and treatment of cooking odours from any commercial catering, including its appearance and measures to mitigate system noise, are to be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The measures shall have regard to and be commensurate with guidance and recommendations in: • The current edition of publication 'Specification for Kitchen Ventilation Systems', DW/172, Heating and Ventilating Contractors Association, or other relevant and authoritative guidance; and • Publication, 'Control of Odour and Noise from Commercial Kitchen Exhaust Systems – Update to the 2004 report prepared by NETCEN for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs', Ricardo.com, 2018. The approved details shall be fully implemented before the first use of the relevant non-residential unit and shall thereafter be permanently retained in an efficient manner.
Reason In the interest of residential amenity and to ensure the nearby residents are not adversely impacted through odour and noise.
Condition The development shall be carried out in accordance with the Construction Environmental Management Plan by Elliot dated the 28th July 2021, and amended on the 8th November 2021.
Reason In the interest of residential amenity and to ensure that the impacts on nearby resident during construction are reduced.
Condition Highways Prior to the first use of the building hereby approved details of the proposed highway mitigation measures, including: • New zebra crossing on Thorpeville near to the site entrance to replace an existing pedestrian refuge. • New zebra crossing on Overstone Road • Introduction of new footway / path (3m wide shared use) on the western side of Thorpeville from directly south of the southern pedestrian access to the start of the existing footway / path. • Footway / path widening (improvement to 3m wide shared use) of the existing footway on the western side of Thorpeville up to the edge of the site boundary on Ashley Lane. • Park View / Overstone Road Junction White Lining Shall be submitted to and approved in writing. The mitigation measures shall be carried out in accordance with the agreed details prior to first occupation.
Reason In the interest of highway and pedestrian safety and to ensure there are suitable and safe alternative travel modes for the school.
Condition Prior to the commencement of works affecting any existing public right of way, full details of any enhancement, improvement, diversion or closure shall be submitted to and gain the approval of the local planning authority.
Reason In the interest of pedestrian safety and to ensure the public right of way is protected during construction.
Condition Travel Plan No part of the development shall be occupied prior to the implementation of the approved travel plan (or implementation of those parts identified in the approved travel plan as capable of being implemented prior to occupation). Those parts of the approved travel plan that are identified therein as being capable of implementation after occupation shall be implemented in accordance with the timetable contained therein and shall be implemented as long as any part of the development is occupied.
Reason In the interest of pedestrian safety and to ensure all modes of transportation are encouraged.
Condition Ecology Prior to occupation, a biodiversity monitoring strategy shall be submitted to, and approved in writing by, the local planning authority. The purpose of the strategy shall be to establish the effectiveness of light mitigation on the hedgerow along Thorpeville by monitoring its use (recording distribution and abundance) by locally occurring bat species. The content of the Strategy shall include the following. a) Aims and objectives of monitoring to match the stated purpose. b) Identification of adequate baseline conditions prior to the start of development. c) Appropriate success criteria, thresholds, triggers and targets against which the effectiveness of the various conservation measures being monitored can be judged. d) Methods for data gathering and analysis. e) Location of monitoring. f) Timing and duration of monitoring. g) Responsible persons and lines of communication. h) Review, and where appropriate, publication of results and outcomes. A report describing the results of monitoring shall be submitted to the local planning authority at intervals identified in the strategy. The report shall also set out (where the results from monitoring show that conservation aims and objectives are not being met) how contingencies and/or remedial action will be identified, agreed with the local planning authority, and then implemented so that the development still delivers the fully functioning biodiversity objectives of the originally approved scheme. The monitoring strategy will be implemented in accordance with the approved details.
Reason In the interest of protected species and to ensure the development does not have a negative impact on the bat corridor.
Condition A landscape and ecological management plan (LEMP) shall be submitted to, and be approved in writing by, the local planning authority prior to occupation of the development. The content of the LEMP shall be consistent with the details set out in ‘Biodiversity Net Gain Assessment, Northampton School for Elliott Group Ltd’ (Thomson Environmental Consultants, March 2022) and shall include the following. a) Description and evaluation of features to be managed. b) Ecological trends and constraints on site that might influence management. c) Aims and objectives of management. d) Appropriate management options for achieving aims and objectives. e) Prescriptions for management actions. f) Preparation of a work schedule (including an annual work plan capable of being rolled forward over a five-year period). g) Details of the body or organization responsible for implementation of the plan. h) Ongoing monitoring and remedial measures. The LEMP shall also include details of the legal and funding mechanism(s) by which the long-term implementation of the plan will be secured by the developer with the management body(ies) responsible for its delivery. The plan shall also set out (where the results from monitoring show that conservation aims and objectives of the LEMP are not being met) how contingencies and/or remedial action will be identified, agreed and implemented so that the development still delivers the fully functioning biodiversity objectives of the originally approved scheme. The approved plan will be implemented in accordance with the approved details.
Reason To ensure the development results in a biodiversity net gain.
Condition No development hereby permitted shall take place except in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Council’s organisational licence (WML-OR112) and with the proposals detailed on plan Northampton School Impact plan for great crested newt district licensing (Version 1)’ dated 25th March 2022.
Reason In order to ensure that adverse impacts on great crested newts are adequately mitigated and to ensure that site works are delivered in full compliance with the organisational licence WML-OR112.
Condition No development hereby permitted shall take place unless and until a certificate from the Delivery Partner (as set out in the District Licence WML-OR112), confirming that all necessary measures in regard to great crested newt compensation have been appropriately dealt with, has been submitted to and approved by the local planning authority and the local authority has provided authorisation for the development to proceed under the district newt licence. The Delivery Partner certificate must be submitted to this planning authority for approval prior to the commencement of the development hereby approved.
Reason In order to adequately compensate for negative impacts to great crested newts.
Condition Surface Water Drainage Before any above ground works commence full details of the surface water drainage scheme for each phase of the proposed development based on sustainable drainage principles and in general accordance with the previously submitted FRA & Drainage Strategy Report ‘Northampton School, Moulton NBSC-MJM-ZZ-XX-RP-C-05000 Flood Risk Assessment’ should be 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 i) 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). ii) details of the drainage system are to be accompanied by full and appropriately cross-referenced supporting calculations. iii) cross sections of the control chambers (including site specific levels mAOD) and manufacturers’ hydraulic curves should be submitted for all hydrobrakes and other flow control devices. iv) Infiltration test results to BRE 365 (if required).
Reason To reduce the risk of flooding both on and off site in accordance with the NPPF and Policy BN7 of the Core Strategy for West 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 ensure the future maintenance of drainage systems associated with the development.
Condition No Occupation shall take place until a Verification Report for the installed surface water drainage system for the site based on the approved Flood Risk Assessment, FRA & Drainage Strategy Report ‘Northampton School, Moulton NBSC-MJM-ZZ-XX-RP-C-05000 Flood Risk Assessment’ and detailed design agreed to at pre-development has been submitted in writing by a suitably qualified independent drainage engineer and approved by the Local Planning Authority The details shall include:: a) Any departure from the agreed design is keeping with the approved principles b) As-Built Drawings and accompanying photos c) Results of any Performance testing undertaken as a part of the application process (if required / necessary) d) Copies of any Statutory Approvals, such as Land Drainage Consent for Discharges etc. e) CCTV Confirmation that the system is free from defects, damage and foreign objects.
Reason To ensure the installed Surface Water Drainage System is satisfactory and in accordance with the approved reports for the development site.
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 or Definitive Map Teams. Planning Permission does not give or imply permission for adoption of new highway or to implement any works within the highway and / or a Public Right of Way The views, observations, comments and recommendations contained in this response represent those of West Northamptonshire Council as Local Highway Authority and in no other function or authority.
Informative The developer is reminded to apply to the local planning authority for any proposed permanent diversion of a right of way under Section 257 of the Town and Country Planning act 1990 required to facilitate the development of WND/2021/0610. The alternative route for such a diversion must be agreed with the local highway authority’s Area Rights of Way Officer and be available for public use prior to the closure of any existing route.
Informative Notification of intention to connect to the public sewer under S106 of the Water Industry Act Approval and consent will be required by Anglian Water, under the Water Industry Act 1991. Contact Development Services Team 0345 606 6087.
Informative Notification of intention to connect to the public sewer under S106 of the Water Industry Act Approval and consent will be required by Anglian Water, under the Water Industry Act 1991. Contact Development Services Team 0345 606 6087.
Informative Protection of existing assets - A public sewer is shown on record plans within the land identified for the proposed development. It appears that development proposals will affect existing public sewers. It is recommended that the applicant contacts Anglian Water Development Services Team for further advice on this matter. Building over existing public sewers will not be permitted (without agreement) from Anglian Water.
Informative Building near to a public sewer - No building will be permitted within the statutory easement width of 3 metres from the pipeline without agreement from Anglian Water. Please contact Development Services Team on 0345 606 6087.
Informative The developer should note that the site drainage details submitted have not been approved for the purposes of adoption. If the developer wishes to have the sewers included in a sewer adoption agreement with Anglian Water (under Sections 104 of the Water Industry Act 1991), they should contact our Development Services Team on 0345 606 6087 at the earliest opportunity. Sewers intended for adoption should be designed and constructed in accordance with Sewers for Adoption guide for developers, as supplemented by Anglian Water’s requirements.
Informative It is recommended that the NatureSpace Best Practice Principles are taken into account and implemented where possible and appropriate.
Informative It is recommended that the NatureSpace certificate is submitted to this planning authority at least 6 months prior to the intended commencement of any works on site.
Informative It is essential to note that any works or activities whatsoever undertaken on site (including ground investigations, site preparatory works or ground clearance) prior to receipt of the written authorisation from the planning authority (which permits the development to proceed under the District Licence WML-OR112) are not licensed under the GCN District Licence. Any such works or activities have no legal protection under the GCN District Licence and if offences against GCN are thereby committed then criminal investigation and prosecution by the police may follow.
Informative Please note it is expected the area to the front of the copse, along Thorpeville will not be fenced off and there will be access points for the buffer by 74 Ashley Lane.



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