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Application Type:Full Application
Date Received:18 / 03 / 2019
Registration (Validation) Date:04 / 04 / 2019
Consultation Start Date:04 / 04 / 2019
Earliest Decision Date (Consultation Period Expires):04 / 06 / 2019
Target Date for Decision:30 / 05 / 2019
Location:Rushmere Nurseries, Bragenham Lane, Heath and Reach, Leighton Buzzard, LU7 0EE
Parish Name:Heath & Reach
Conservation Area:Not available
Listed Building Grade:Not available
Environmental Assessment:Not available
Expected Decision Level:Not available
Description:Installation of ground source heat pump (retrospective)
Case Officer:Katrina Morrow
Case Officer Tel:0300 300 5049
Case Officer Email:katrina.morrow@centralbedfordshire.gov.uk
Status:Decided
Agent:Mr Graham Rosser
The White House
Hockliffe Street
Leighton Buzzard
Beds
LU7 1HD
Press Date:No date
Site Notice Date:No date
NeighboursResponses Received: 0
and Representatives:In Favour: 0
Representation DetailsAgainst: 0
Comments: 0
Petitions Against: 0
Petitions For: 0
Officer Site Visit Date:13/05/2019
Committee Site Visit Date:No date
Committee Meeting Date:No date
Decision Level:Officer Delegated
Date Decision Made:13 / 06 / 2019
Date Decision Despatched:14 / 06 / 2019
Decision:Full Application - Granted
Conditions or Reasons:View Conditions or Reasons
Informative Notes:
1 )In accordance with Article 35 (1) of the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015, the reason for any condition above relates to the Policies as referred to in the South Bedfordshire Local Plan Review (SBLPR) and the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).In accordance with Article 35 (1) of the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015, the reason for any condition above relates to the Policies as referred to in the South Bedfordshire Local Plan Review (SBLPR) and the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).
2 )This permission relates only to that required under the Town & Country Planning Acts and does not include any consent or approval under any other enactment or under the Building Regulations. Any other consent or approval which is necessary must be obtained from the appropriate authority.This permission relates only to that required under the Town & Country Planning Acts and does not include any consent or approval under any other enactment or under the Building Regulations. Any other consent or approval which is necessary must be obtained from the appropriate authority.
3 )Will a new extension affect your Council Tax Charge? The rate of Council Tax you pay depends on which valuation band your home is placed in. This is determined by the market value of your home as at 1 April 1991. Your property's Council Tax band may change if the property is extended.  The Council Tax band will only change when a relevant transaction takes place. For example, if you sell your property after extending it, the new owner may have to pay a higher band of Council Tax. If however you add an annexe to your property, the Valuation Office Agency may decide that the annexe should be banded separately for Council Tax.  If this happens, you will have to start paying Council Tax for the annexe as soon as it is completed. If the annexe is occupied by a relative of the residents of the main dwelling, it may qualify for a Council Tax discount or exemption.  Contact the Council for advice on 0300 300 8306. The website link is: http://www.centralbedfordshire.gov.uk/council-tax/bands/find.aspxWill a new extension affect your Council Tax Charge? The rate of Council Tax you pay depends on which valuation band your home is placed in. This is determined by the market value of your home as at 1 April 1991. Your property's Council Tax band may change if the property is extended.  The Council Tax band will only change when a relevant transaction takes place. For example, if you sell your property after extending it, the new owner may have to pay a higher band of Council Tax. If however you add an annexe to your property, the Valuation Office Agency may decide that the annexe should be banded separately for Council Tax.  If this happens, you will have to start paying Council Tax for the annexe as soon as it is completed. If the annexe is occupied by a relative of the residents of the main dwelling, it may qualify for a Council Tax discount or exemption.  Contact the Council for advice on 0300 300 8306. The website link is: http://www.centralbedfordshire.gov.uk/council-tax/bands/find.aspx
4 )The applicant is advised that indicative mapping demonstrates a culverted watercourse that may cut through the red line boundary and thus, existing drainage patterns should not be altered or impeded in such a way that the risk of flooding would be increased to the property or adjacent properties.The applicant is advised that indicative mapping demonstrates a culverted watercourse that may cut through the red line boundary and thus, existing drainage patterns should not be altered or impeded in such a way that the risk of flooding would be increased to the property or adjacent properties.
5 )The applicant is advised that surface water drainage arrangements should be provided for any increase in surface water run off as a result of the proposed work/increase in impermeable area, the adequacy of the design and construction of this may be confirmed by the Building Control Regulation procedures. The method of disposing of surface water runoff will follow the hierarchy set out in Part H of the Building Regulations (i.e. Soakaways/infiltration systems, or then controlled/attenuated discharge to watercourse, or then to a storm water sewer). The discharge of additional surface water flows to the ground, a watercourse, or sewer must not increase the risk of flooding from these systems and discharge rates/volumes should be controlled to the equivalent 1 in 1 year Greenfield rate prior to leaving the site. The surface water drainage for the site thereafter shall be maintained by the relevant body (i.e. homeowner) to a good standard for the lifetime of the development.The applicant is advised that surface water drainage arrangements should be provided for any increase in surface water run off as a result of the proposed work/increase in impermeable area, the adequacy of the design and construction of this may be confirmed by the Building Control Regulation procedures. The method of disposing of surface water runoff will follow the hierarchy set out in Part H of the Building Regulations (i.e. Soakaways/infiltration systems, or then controlled/attenuated discharge to watercourse, or then to a storm water sewer). The discharge of additional surface water flows to the ground, a watercourse, or sewer must not increase the risk of flooding from these systems and discharge rates/volumes should be controlled to the equivalent 1 in 1 year Greenfield rate prior to leaving the site. The surface water drainage for the site thereafter shall be maintained by the relevant body (i.e. homeowner) to a good standard for the lifetime of the development.
Appeal Received Date:This case has no appeals against it
Planning Obligation Status:Not available

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