An extraordinary Parish Council meeting has been organised to discuss the planning application for parcel 0006 Maynard Terrace 14/05692/RES. This will be held on Saturday 7th February at 10am in the Village Hall. All residents are welcome to give their comments before the Parish Council decide on their response.
However, please be aware that this development was agreed in principle in the outline planning application. This Reserved Matters Application will only address certain aspects of the development as described below.
Please note that the means of access arrangements were approved in the appeal for the outline application and so in this instance will not be considered in the Reserved Matters application.
A guide to reserved matters applications follows:
Guidance Notes for:
Application for Approval of Reserved Matters following Outline Approval
Article 21 Town & Country Planning (General Development Procedure) Order 1995
The Application for Approval of Reserved Matters form should be used after an outline planning application has been approved.
A reserved matters application deals with some or all of the outstanding details of the outline application proposal, including:
appearance – aspects of a building or place which affect the way it looks, including the exterior of the development
• means of access – covers accessibility for all routes to and within the site, as well as the way they link up to other roads and pathways outside the site *** (Please note that in the Maynard Terrace outline application, this has already been agreed subject to technical approval and so will not be considered at the Reserved Matters stage)***
• landscaping – the improvement or protection of the amenities of the site and the area and the surrounding area, this could include planting trees or hedges as a screen
• layout – includes buildings, routes and open spaces within the development and the way they are laid out in relations to buildings and spaces outside the development
• scale – includes information on the size of the development, including the height, width and length of each proposed building
The details of the reserved matters application must be in line with the outline approval, including any conditions attached to the permission. If your proposals have changed in any way, you may need to reapply for outline or full planning permission.
Some, though not all, details may have been formally submitted and approved at the outline application stage, if the applicant chose to do so, or the council insisted.
The outline decision notice, issued by the council, will state which matters were reserved for later approval.
Permission lasts for two years from the last date that the reserved matters were approved, or, three years from the date that outline planning permission was approved – whichever date is the later.