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New Planning Applications Mar 2019

Date 22/01/19 Ref No. Case No. 19/00207/FUL
Location 2 Ruffield Close, SO22 5JL .
Proposal Removal of condition 11 to allow rear dormer and conversion of roof space (18/00853/FUL, determined as permitted 30.05.2018) (Acorn Design & Project Management Ltd).
Comments The Trust could not see what justification there could be for removing this condition within 9 months of its imposition. The Trust therefore OBJECTED.

Date 30/01/19 Ref No. PP-07573825 Case No. 19/00210/HOU
Location 10 Pinehurst Place, Bereweeke Road, SO22 6AN .
Proposal Installation of a green powder coated wire mesh security fence along the property boundary above the existing wall along Bereweeke Road and turning the corner to the side access road to Winchester Racquets and Fitness centre (Mr & Mrs Suzanna Heape).
Comments The Trust could not understand the need for this additional security fence as it would detract from a fine character wall within the neighbourhood. There is dense shrubbery already. The Trust therefore OBJECTED.

Date 21/01/19 Ref No. PP- 07513184 Case No. 18/02924/HOU
Location 3 Francis Gardens, SO23 7HD .
Proposal A proposed side extension and rear amendments to the ground floor (Mr Olly Hall).
Comments This house is on a bend and thus has more space than others in the neighbourhood. The proposed large, two storey extension would have quite an impact on the street scene and the general style of the estate as it relies in part on an awkward visual abutment on the neighbouring house, would block a view of some trees and use of fashionable zinc cladding emphasises it's lack of sympathy with the style and ethos of the estate. The Trust therefore OBJECTED.

Date 14/01/19 Ref No. PP- 07542851 Case No. 19/00083/FUL
Location 132 Stockbridge Road SO22 6RN.
Proposal Condition Number: 7 Condition Removal: use of garden space for business 12-20:00 Monday -Saturday (Application Reference Number: W11026/05 Date of Decision: 03/09/2014) (Mr J Whaley).
Comments The Trust felt that was hard to see how use of the garden in the evenings could not fail to disrupt the users of the many adjoining gardens. The fencing proposed, if high enough to prevent noise disruption, would present a forbidding boundary to neighbouring gardens. As far as we could ascertain the need for amenity protection is unchanged. The Trust therefore OBJECTED.

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