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DISCO PA/2019/1323

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Application Details

Reference PA/2019/1323
Proposal Application to discharge conditions attached to planning permission PA/2018/2345
Relating to PA/2018/2345
Details of conditions to discharge
The councils Highways Team have considered the information sent to discharge the said condition and consider it acceptable. Condition 11 is therefore discharged. Condition 11.
No development shall take place until details of:

(i) the layout, drainage, construction, services and lighting of the proposed access road, including the junction with the adjacent highway and the method of constructing the vehicular access to the site;

(ii) the number and location of vehicle parking spaces on the site;

have been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The approved details shall be implemented in full and be maintained thereafter.
Severn Trent Water have not responded. This condition is discharged on the basis that the applicant will ensure the relevant connection agreements are obtained from Severn Trent Water. Condition 17.
No development shall take place until a scheme for the disposal of the foul water has been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. No dwelling shall be occupied until it is connected to the approved drainage system.
The details submitted for the CEMP are acceptable and this condition is hereby discharged. Condition 19.
No development shall commence on site until a Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP) has been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. This shall include details of mitigation measures for the control of pollution including noise, vibration, dust and light. All construction work shall be carried out in accordance with the approved CEMP.
This condition is discharged based on drawing no 504 Rev D. Condition 4.
No development shall take place until a scheme for landscaping has been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The approved landscaping scheme shall be carried out within twelve months of development being commenced. Any trees or plants which die, are removed or become seriously damaged or diseased within five years from the date of planting shall be replaced in the next planting season with others of similar size and species to those originally required to be planted.
This condition is discharged on the basis of the revised Biodiversity Enhancement Plan and drawing no 504 Rev D and  the provision of a hole (130x130mm)  to be  provided between each garden at ground level and between last gardens (plots 1,6,7,and 16) and surrounding  land  to allow for passage of any hedgehogs. Condition 10.
No development shall take place until a biodiversity management plan has been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The plan shall include:

(i) details of measures to avoid harm to nesting birds, hedgehogs and any other protected or priority species present, during vegetation clearance and construction works;

(ii) details of nest boxes and bat roosting features to be installed;

(iii) restrictions on lighting to avoid impacts on bat roosts, bat foraging areas, bird nesting sites and sensitive habitats;

(iv) provision for hedgehogs to pass through any fencing installed between gardens and between areas of grassland;

(v) prescriptions for the planting and aftercare of native trees, and shrubs of high biodiversity value; and

(vi) proposed timings for the above works in relation to the completion of the buildings.

The approved management plan shall be implemented in full and the approved features shall be retained thereafter.
This condition is discharged on the basis of the  revised  Grounds Maintenance Specification received on 9 July 2020. Condition 5.
Before the development commences on site, a scheme for the maintenance of communal landscape areas shall be submitted to and agreed in writing by the local planning authority. Thereafter the approved scheme shall be adhered to.
The information submitted to discharge the said condition is considered acceptable. The councils tree officer has been consulted and has stated that the information is sufficient. The condition is therefore discharged.   Condition 3.
No development shall take place until a tree and hedgerow protection plan and arboricultural method statement have been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority and these works shall be carried out as approved.
[Not a pre-commencement condition requiring details to be approved] Condition 13.
No other works shall be commenced on the site until the access road junction with the adjacent highway, including the required visibility splays, has been set out and established.
[Not a pre-commencement condition requiring details to be approved] Condition 1.
The development must be begun before 28 March 2021.
[Not a pre-commencement condition requiring details to be approved] Condition 14.
No dwelling on the site shall be occupied until the access road has been completed to at least base course level and adequately lit from the junction with the adjacent highway up to the access to the dwelling and the vehicle parking spaces serving it have been completed and, once provided, the vehicle parking spaces shall be retained.
This submitted details are acceptable and this condition is discharged. Condition 15.
No development shall take place until a detailed surface water drainage scheme for the site shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The scheme shall be based on sustainable drainage principles and an assessment of the hydrological and hydrogeological context of the development. This must be based upon the submitted drawing No 21/0084, Revision B dated 19/12/2018 prepared by Clancy Consulting Ltd. The provision for a shallow cut off drainage feature on the southern boundary will need to be investigated to mitigate against overland flow (not groundwater) into the development (Ref: Drawing No:21-0084,SK005). The drainage scheme shall demonstrate that surface water run off generated up to and including the 1 in 100 year critical storm (including allowance for climate change) will not exceed runoff from the existing site. It shall also include details of how the resulting scheme is to be maintained and managed for the lifetime of the development so that flood risk, both on and off site is not increased. Reference should be made to North Lincolnshire Council's SuDS and Flood Risk Guidance Document If infiltration is not feasible at the site, alternative sustainable drainage should be used focusing on above ground solutions.
The councils Historic Environment Record have assessed the information submitted to discharge the said condition and have stated that it is sufficient. Condition 7 is therefore discharged. Condition 7.
No development shall take place until an archaeological mitigation strategy has been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The strategy shall include details of the following:

(i) the proper identification and assessment of the extent, character and significance of archaeological remains within the application area

(ii) measures to ensure the preservation by record of archaeological features of identified importance

(iii) methodologies for the recording and recovery of archaeological remains, including artefacts and ecofacts

(iv) post-fieldwork methodologies for assessment and analyses

(v) report content and arrangements for dissemination, and publication proposals

(vi) archive preparation and deposition with recognised repositories

(vii) a timetable of works in relation to the proposed development, including sufficient notification and allowance of time to ensure that the site work is undertaken and completed in accordance with the strategy

(viii) monitoring arrangements, including the notification in writing to the North Lincolnshire Historic Environment Record Office of the commencement of archaeological works and the opportunity to monitor such works, and

(ix) a list of all staff involved in the implementation of the strategy, including subcontractors and specialists, their responsibilities and qualifications.

The archaeological mitigation strategy shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details.

A copy of any analysis, reporting, publication or archiving required as part of the mitigation strategy shall be deposited at the North Lincolnshire Historic Environment
Record within six months of the date of completion of the development.
[Not a pre-commencement condition requiring details to be approved] Condition 16.
The drainage scheme shall be implemented in accordance with the approved submitted details required by condition 15 above and shall be completed prior to the occupation of any dwelling or building within each phase or sub phase of the development on the site and thereafter retained and maintained in accordance with the scheme for the life of the development unless otherwise agreed in writing with the local planning authority.
[Not a pre-commencement condition requiring details to be approved] Condition 18.
Site clearance, construction works or installation of equipment shall take place only between 7am and 7pm on Monday to Friday and between 7am and 1pm on Saturdays, and shall not take place at any time on Sundays or on Bank or Public Holidays.
The submitted report; Clancy Consulting Geo-Environmental Appraisal Report for Proposed Development at Gainsborough Road, Kirton in Lindsey Dated August 2018 Report Ref 10/1210/001 is acceptable to the council. The condition has to remain extant until the development has been completed.
 
Condition 6.
No development shall commence until an assessment of the risks posed by any contamination, carried out in accordance with British Standard BS 10175: Investigation of potentially contaminated sites - Code of Practice and the Environment Agency's Model Procedures for the Management of Land Contamination (CLR 11) (or equivalent British Standard and Model Procedures if replaced), shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. If any contamination is found, a report specifying the measures to be taken, including the timescale, to remediate the site to render it suitable for the approved development shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The site shall be remediated in accordance with the approved measures and timescale and a verification report shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. If, during the course of development, any contamination is found which has not been previously identified, work shall be suspended and additional measures for its remediation shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The remediation of the site shall incorporate the approved additional measures and a verification report for all the remediation works shall be submitted to the local planning authority within 14 days of the report being completed and approved in writing by the local planning authority.
The materials submitted on drawing 502 and 503 are considered acceptable. The condition in relation to external materials is therefore discharged. Condition 8.
No above-ground construction works shall take place until details have been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority of the make, type and colour of all external facing materials for the development and only the approved materials shall be used.
This condition is discharged on the basis of drawing  504 Rev D and the agent's email dated 31 March 2020. Condition 9.
Before any dwelling is first occupied, details of the positions, design, materials and type of boundary treatments to be built shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The agreed boundary treatments shall be installed before the dwellings are occupied and once built it shall be retained.
[Not a pre-commencement condition requiring details to be approved] Condition 2.
The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans: 503,502,501, 21-008/SK005 and 21 /0084 (drawing 001)
Rev B.
The councils Highways Team have considered the information sent to discharge the said condition and consider it acceptable. Condition 12 is therefore discharged. Condition 12.
No development shall take place until a scheme for providing a footway, including a suitable crossing point to the existing facilities on Gainsborough Road, have been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The approved scheme shall be implemented in full prior to the first occupation of any dwelling on the site and be maintained thereafter.

Related Documents

Document Type Description Date  
Amended Documents Additional CEMP Information (condition 19) March 2020 15 April 2020
Amended Documents Communal land and residential garden tree management specification 17 July 2020
Amended Documents App C Landscaping Layout 504B 17 October 2019
Amended Documents Proposed Landscaping Plan and Details 20 November 2019
Amended Documents App F Biodiversity Enhancement Plan 20 November 2019
Application Form Download 3 September 2019
Decision Notice Partial discharge 8 April 2020
Decision Notice Remaining conditions 15 October 2020
Drawing App C Landscaping Layout 504B 3 September 2019
Drawing App A Bungalows 503B 3 September 2019
Drawing App G Drainage Information 3 September 2019
Drawing App A Houses 502B 3 September 2019
Drawing App A Site Layout 501B 3 September 2019
Drawing App B Tree protection measures 3 September 2019
Drawing App J Highways Information 3 September 2019
General Documents Download 17 October 2019
Supporting Document App E Geo-Environmental Appraisal Report Part 1 3 September 2019
Supporting Document Condition discharge statement 3 September 2019
Supporting Document App D Grounds Maintenance Communal Space 3 September 2019
Supporting Document App F Biodiversity Enhancement Plan 3 September 2019
Supporting Document App E Geo-environmental Appraisal Report Extract 3 September 2019
Supporting Document App E Geo-environmental Appraisal Report Part 2 3 September 2019
Supporting Document App H Pre-conditions Tender Document 3 September 2019
Supporting Document Interim Archaeological Evaluation Report 13 September 2019
Supporting Document Grounds Maintenance Specification 17 October 2019
Supporting Document Additional CEMP Information (condition 19) October 2019 17 October 2019
Supporting Document Revised Maintenance Planning Condition 5 27 August 2020

Comments

Type Name Date  
Consultation Reply Drainage 1 April 2020
Consultation Reply Archaeology 4 October 2019
Consultation Reply Ecology 16 September 2019
Consultation Reply Environmental Protection 17 March 2020
Consultation Reply Trees & Landscape 17 March 2020
Consultation Reply Drainage 18 September 2019
Consultation Reply Trees & Landscape 18 September 2019
Consultation Reply Environmental Protection 18 September 2019
Consultation Reply Environmental Protection 20 March 2020
Consultation Reply Highways
Highway Condition Codes
23 September 2019