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DISCO PA/2022/119

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Application Details

Reference PA/2022/119
Proposal Application to discharge conditions attached to planning permission PA/2019/2025
Relating to PA/2019/2025
Details of conditions to discharge
The council's ecologist has been consulted on the submitted information and raises no objection. This condition is discharged on the basis of the submitted Biodiversity Management Plan dated September 2020 and drawing no LP-01-080920. Condition 16.
Within three months of the commencement of development, the applicant or their successor in title shall submit a biodiversity management plan to the local planning authority for approval in writing. The plan shall include:

(a) details of at least four bat roosting features to be installed on new buildings and at least two bat boxes to be installed in retained trees;

(b) details of nesting sites to be installed to support barn swallow, barn owl and other bird species;

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

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

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

(f) proposed timings for the above works in relation to the completion of the buildings.
The LLFA have been consulted on the proposals and recommend that the condition is discharged. This condition is discharged on the basis of the submitted Drainage Statement Report dated 26 May 2022 byHall Infrastructure Design Ltd. Condition 8.
No development shall take place until details showing an effective method of preventing surface water run-off from hard paved areas within the site onto the highway have been approved in writing by the local planning authority. These facilities shall be implemented prior to the access and parking facilities being brought into use and thereafter so retained.
The LLFA have been consulted on the proposals and recommend that the condition is discharged. This condition is discharged on the basis of the submitted Drainage Statement Report dated 26 May 2022 byHall Infrastructure Design Ltd. Condition 6.
No development shall take place until a detailed surface water drainage scheme for the site has been 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 hydro-geological context of the development. This must be based upon the submitted Outline Sustainable Drainage Strategy, submitted by Roy Lobley, ref: RLC/0505/OSDS01, dated 23/01/2020. The drainage scheme shall demonstrate that surface water run--off generated up to and including the 1 in 100 year critical storm (including an allowance for climate change) will not exceed the run--off from the existing site. It shall also include details of how the resulting completed scheme is to be maintained and managed for the lifetime of the development so that flood risk, both on and off the site, is not increased. SuDS must be considered. Reference should be made to North Lincolnshire Council's SuDS and Flood Risk Guidance Document. Should infiltration not be feasible at the site, alternative sustainable drainage should be used, focusing on above ground solutions.
The council's Heritage Officer has been consulted on the proposals and recommends that the condition is discharged. The condition is discharged on the basis of the submitted materials schedule. Condition 18.
No development shall take place until details of the external facing materials to be used have been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority and only the approved materials shall be used.
The LLFA have been consulted on the proposals and recommend that the condition is discharged. This condition is discharged on the basis of the submitted Drainage Statement Report dated 26 May 2022 byHall Infrastructure Design Ltd. Condition 9.
No development shall take place until details showing an effective method of preventing surface water run-off from the highway onto the developed site have been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. These facilities shall be implemented prior to the access and parking facilities being brought into use and thereafter so retained.
HER have been consulted on the proposals and recommend that the condition is discharged. The condition is discharged on the basis of theWritten Scheme of Investigation, Archaeological Monitoring and Recording by PCAS Archaeology Ltd dated January 2022. Condition 12.
No development shall take place until the applicant, or their agents or successors in title, has secured the implementation of an archaeological mitigation strategy, to be defined in a written scheme of investigation that has been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the local planning authority. The strategy shall accord with a brief provided by North Lincolnshire Historic Environment Record and shall include details of the following:

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

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

(iii) post-fieldwork methodologies for assessment and analyses

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

(v) archive preparation and deposition with recognised repositories

(vi) 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

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

(viii) a list of all staff involved in the implementation of the strategy, including sub-contractors and specialists, their responsibilities and qualifications.
The council's ecologist has been consulted on the submitted information and raises no objection. This condition is discharged on the basis of the submitted Biodiversity Management Plan dated September 2020 and drawing no LP-01-080920. Condition 21.
No development shall take place until proposals for landscaping, including details of replacement trees and green infrastructure, have been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The proposals shall include indications of all existing trees and hedgerows on the site, and details of those to be retained.
The council's Heritage Officer and highways have been consulted on the proposals and recommends that the condition is discharged. The condition is discharged on the basis of drawing no RD:4116-18. Condition 24.
No dwelling on the site shall be occupied until details of the positions, design, materials and type of boundary treatment to be built/planted have been agreed in writing by the local planning authority. The agreed boundary treatment shall be built/planted before the dwellings are occupied and once built/planted it shall be retained.

Related Documents

Document Type Description Date  
Application Form Download 16 February 2022
Drawing 2009/02 Road and Sewer Layout (conditions 6 8 & 9) 16 February 2022
Drawing LP-01-080920 Landscape Plan (condition 21) 16 February 2022
Drawing RD 4116 - 18 Proposed Boundary Treatments (condition 24) 16 February 2022
Drawing 2009/03 Domestic Drainage Construction Details (conditions 6 8 & 9) 16 February 2022
Supporting Document Phase 2 Site Investigation Report 5 May 2022
Supporting Document Drainage Statement (condition 6) 10 June 2022
Supporting Document SoakawayTP2 S-56917-02 (condition 6) 13 April 2022
Supporting Document Soakaway trial pits site investigation (condition 6) 13 April 2022
Supporting Document SoakawayTP1 S-56917-01 (condition 6) 13 April 2022
Supporting Document Drainage Calculations 100yr - Driveway Plot 9 (conditions 6 8 & 9) 16 February 2022
Supporting Document Biodiversity Management Plan (condition 16) 16 February 2022
Supporting Document Drainage Calculations 100yr - Driveway Plots 1-4 7 & 8 (conditions 6 8 & 9) 16 February 2022
Supporting Document Written Scheme of Investigation (condition 12) 16 February 2022
Supporting Document Materials Schedule (condition 18) 16 February 2022
Supporting Document LLFA initial approval of drainage designs (conditions 6 8 & 9) 16 February 2022
Supporting Document Drainage Calculations 100yr - Driveway Plots 5 & 6 (conditions 6 8 & 9) 16 February 2022
Supporting Document Supporting Statement 16 February 2022
Supporting Document Drainage Calculations 10yr - Roof Plot 9 (conditions 6 8 & 9) 16 February 2022
Supporting Document Drainage Calculations 10yr - Roof Plot 8 (conditions 6 8 & 9) 16 February 2022
Supporting Document Drainage Calculations 10yr - Roof Plot 7 (conditions 6 8 & 9) 16 February 2022

Comments

Type Name Date  
Consultation Reply Drainage 5 April 2022
Consultation Reply Drainage 10 June 2022
Consultation Reply Conservation 13 April 2022
Consultation Reply Drainage 13 June 2022
Consultation Reply Ecology 18 February 2022
Consultation Reply Archaeology 18 March 2022
Consultation Reply Highways
Highway Condition Codes
21 April 2022