Friends of Lewes feedback on Human Nature’s Phoenix Project Design Festival, September 2021

Developer Human Nature is planning a “new sustainable neighbourhood on the former Phoenix Industrial Estate in Lewes. The Phoenix Project will consist of residential, commercial and community premises, creating jobs, work space and homes for the town”.

In early September, Human Nature invited the general public to explore their work in progress, and provide feedback at the Phoenix Project Design Festival. 

Friends of Lewes feedback on Human Nature’s Phoenix Project Design Festival, 14 October 2021 [pdf 225kb]


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COP with the Climate Hub at Depot in Lewes, 1-12 November 2021

Come along to Depot Studio from 1st to 12th November, (excluding 5th November), to share a fortnight of climate and environmental-related exhibitions, talks and workshops hosted by affiliate groups of Lewes Climate Hub.

FoL’s Lewes Urban Arboretum will be there for the Biodiversity Day on Tuesday 9th November, 3.00 pm to 6.30 pm.

Wildflower Lewes, Lewes Urban Arboretum and Lewes Swift Supporters will explain how you can help to increase biodiversity across Lewes.

Plus learn how to protect nature through ecocide law, which criminalises environmental destruction, and was initiated by British barrister Polly Higgins.

More information from Depot events, and Lewes Climate Hub

 


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Friends of Lewes Members’ Coffee Time Talk on Zoom, Tuesday 19 October 2021, 10:25am

A Zoom talk for Members

Marcus Taylor – My time as a Mastermind Contestant

Marcus TaylorMarcus Taylor, history graduate and retired teacher, tells us how – rather to his surprise and his wife’s alarm – he came to appear on BBC TV’s Mastermind programme 35 years ago, with a special subject about which not a lot is known.

Marcus is the Chairman of The Friends of Lewes membership services subcommittee and he will also tell our guests the aims of Friends of Lewes, and how by joining our Group you can help us to stimulate public interest in the beauty, history, and character of Lewes and its surroundings areas.

This event is part of the 2021 East Sussex Older Peoples’ Day celebrations. Unless you are a member of the Friends, please contact enquiries@friends-of-lewes.org.uk for a Zoom link to this event. Members will have already been sent a link.

Usually, Coffee Time talks are put on for members of the Friends of Lewes, as a way of keeping in touch during the pandemic. If you would like to join FoL, and attend these morning talks, please find details on our Membership page. We send Zoom links to our members a few days before each talk, so please join in time! You can contact our Membership Secretary via email.


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Friends of Lewes helps Wildflower Lewes to buy seeds for wildlife verges in Lewes

Thanks to funding from Friends of Lewes and Waitrose, Wildflower Lewes have obtained a substantial quantity of Yellow Rattle seeds, and some seeds of Red Bartsia, to sow onto the wildlife verges and some of the Lewes District Council-owned wildflower sites.

Yellow Rattle and Red Bartsia are both hemi-parasites and weaken rough grasses by attaching to their roots. This encourages the growth of a wider range of wildflowers.

The seed mix includes some Viper’s Bugloss and Kidney Vetch seeds courtesy of Depot cinema.

These seeds will be sown as soon as possible after the grass has been cut and cleared towards the end of October.

Yellow Rattle, and Red Bartsia
Yellow Rattle, and Red Bartsia. Photos courtesy of AnemoneProjectors, CC BY-SA 2.0 , and Richard Avery, CC BY-SA 4.0


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Lewes District Council Local Plan – Issues and Options Consultation, July 2021

The Lewes District Council is following the government’s process for developing a new Local Plan for Lewes district. The plan will cover everywhere in the district outside of the boundaries of the South Downs National Park which has its own Local Plan.

In recent years the Government has changed national planning policies and how it calculates the numbers of homes each area should aim to provide. As a result LDC’s new plan needs to reflect these changes and re-evaluate the number of homes that the area should provide over the next 20 years.

Their aim is, in consultation with local people, businesses and other organisations, to develop a Local Plan for the district (outside of the National Park) which takes into account the Government’s aim to increase housebuilding whilst maintaining the environment, character and heritage of the district.

The LDC has published an ‘Issues & Options’ document for public consultation as the first consultation stage in the Local Plan preparation process. The consultation ended on 3 September 2021.

The Friends of Lewes Society Response to Lewes District Council Issues and Options Consultation, 3 September 2021 [pdf 322kb]

 

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SDNPA Draft Design Guide Supplementary Planning Document (SPD), July 2021

The South Downs National Park Authority (SDNPA) prepared a consultation draft of The Design Guide  Supplementary Planning Document, dated July 2021, and requested comments by 6 September 2021.

The Design SPD provides further guidance to support the implementation of South Downs Local Plan policy SD5 Design.

The final draft will be reviewed to reflect public responses, which will be reported to the SDNPA Planning Committee when it is asked to consider adoption of the document.

The Friends of Lewes Society’s response to the SDNPA Draft Design Guide Supplementary Planning Document (SPD), 6 September 2021 [pdf 344kb]

 

Bus Service Improvement Plan Survey – Businesses & Organisations

East Sussex County Council is developing a Bus Services Improvement Plan in collaboration with the county’s bus operators, in a bid to obtain Central Government funding to improve bus travel across East Sussex.

Their Bus Service Improvement Plan Survey of businesses and organisations with an interest in bus services will enable them to develop an Improvement Plan for submission to central government by the end of October 2021.

The survey took place in the four weeks to 14 September 2021.

Friends of Lewes response to the ESCC Bus Service Improvement Plan Survey [pdf 211kb]

 

Friends of Lewes Planning Committee Report 2 September 2021

Representations made on planning applications following the meeting of the Planning Committee held on 2 September 2021: 

SDNP/21/03582/HOUS: Single storey rear and side extension. 9 Delaware Road.
Friends of Lewes object to this application because it will result in over-development of the site. The front elevation incorrectly omits the wedge shaped side extension.

SDNP/21/03533/HOUS: single storey rear and side extension. Loft conversion with hip to gable and rear dormer. 35 Fitzjohns Road.
Friends of Lewes object to the box dormer which is too large, too high and too wide, contrary to the Design of Dormer Windows Planning Advice Note published by the Friends of Lewes. The hip to gable conversion unbalances the pair of semi-detached houses.

SDNP/21/03960/HOUS: Single story rear and side extension. 3 Hamsey Crescent.
Friends of Lewes comment that that the proposal incorrectly describes the application as a single storey extension. It is in fact a two storey extension.

SDNP/21/03284/PRE: Demolition of existing buildings and construction of mixed-use gateway redevelopment scheme (including office/retail use and 50 residential units) together with landscaping, parking and cycle parking. Bus Station Eastgate Street.
Friends of Lewes do not object to the principle of redevelopment of the redundant bus station buildings but would strongly object to any application for development that removes the bus station without a planning obligation that guarantees the provision of a replacement, either on site or elsewhere. A central bus interchange provision is crucial if the Government’s call for increased reliance on increased use of public transport is to be met.

The Society considers the development proposed to be completely out of scale for this site. The buildings would dominate the whole of this central area of Lewes while not providing any benefit.  The proposed residential element is badly planned and would generate excessive additional traffic in a very sensitive part of the conservation area.

If the bus station is removed, Eastgate Street should be looked at in a much more constructive way. The new development should be built right up to the pavement line and take the opportunity to fill in the gap and visually link East Street and Eastgate Street. Friends of Lewes would strongly object to any proposals for a ‘gateway building’, which are unnecessary. A simple terrace of buildings is required, three stories high maximum, possibly with pitched roofs. Retail should be provided at street level for vitality with residential above and amenity space at the back. Appropriate materials, meticulous detailing and careful construction are essential. A design that embraces the SDNPA Draft Design Guide could deliver a development of which we can all be proud and which makes a positive contribution to the historic Lewes town landscape and the wider National Park. The redevelopment plans have generated a lot of local interest in the town and the Society would encourage the developer to engage in a public consultation over their plans.

This application has highlighted the lack of a coherent traffic plan for Lewes and the need for a public transport hub for the town, which links to the railway station. Friends of Lewes looks to the SDNPA to progress such a plan, which would guide developers and enable Lewes residents and visitors to reduce car journeys and maximise their take up of public transport.

SDNP/21/04001/FUL: Existing single glazed timber unit/dormer to the north of the property to be replaced with double glazed brown uPVC window unit and replace the existing metal external finish with new uPVC brown shiplap cladding. Existing timber louvre in the hipped roof to the East of the property to be replaced with new uPVC brown shiplap cladding. 26 Malling Street.
Friends of Lewes object to the use of brown uPVC for cladding and windows, which is an inappropriate material to be used in the Conservation Area.  The Society disagrees with the content of the Heritage Statement with respect to sustainability and the expected life of the proposed materials.

SDNP/21/04044/FUL: Demolition of the vacant building and the construction of 28 residential units with associated landscaping and on-site car parking. Astley House Spital Road.
Friends of Lewes support the revised scheme which has responded to the various comments generated by the previous scheme. The result is an improved proposal in which the buildings are lower and respect the scale of adjacent terraces. The street facades, particularly on Spital Road, have a rhythm and modelling of the façade (recessing of openings) that create interest; each house is clearly identifiable, yet the whole creates a crisp and unified terrace. The defenceable space along the pavement edge and recessed doorways, which add a degree of privacy, contribute positively to the streetscape. However, the west facing elevation onto Nevill Road would be improved if the dark bricks used for the lower storey were continued around the large arched opening. The success of the scheme will depend on careful choice of materials, especially bricks, meticulous detailing and careful supervision to ensure that the finished result looks as good as the drawings.

SDNP/21/04231/HOUS: Erection of timber cycle store. 62 Houndean Rise.
Friends of Lewes comment that it would prefer to see the store sited in the rear garden to preserve the front garden streetscape and avoid setting a precedent.

 

The Committee examined the following applications and had no observations to make:

SDNP/21/03329/FUL & 03330/LIS 16-18 Cliffe High Street.   Relocate 4 gas meters from front to rear and sited in enclosures.
SDNP/21/03374/FUL 17-18 Friars Walk.   Partial change of use of ground floor to Class E.
SDNP/21/03495/FUL & 03496/LIS Lewes Railway Station, Station Road.   Way finding totem sign on path.
SDNP/21/03541/PRE 3 Eastgate Wharf.   Reinstate roller door.   Convert vent to window.   Direct extractor exhaust through existing vent.   Relocate partitions.
SDNP/21/03756/FUL Tanglin, Cuilfail.   Change use of annexe to holiday let.
SDNP/21/03778/HOUS 31 De Montfort Road.   Decking and replace door/window.
SDNP/21/03883/FUL The Mallings Business Centre, 112 Malling Street.   Rooflights.
SDNP/21/03986//LIS 23 Abinger Place.   Plaster coving.
SDNP/21/03991/FUL HMP, 1 Brighton Road.   New roof and PV panels.
SDNP/21/03992/HOUS & 03993/LIS 8 Albion Street.   Replace rear extension.
SDNP/21/04009/HOUS 32 South Way.   Replace garage/utility with kitchen side extension/utility.
SDNP/21/04068/CND The Lewes New School, Talbot Terrace.   Variation of Condition 2 of planning permission SDNP/20/00675/FUL to amend position of crossover, bin store and landscape layout.
SDNP/21/04156/HUS 6 King Henry’s Road.   Loft conversion with rooflights.
SDNP/21/04183/HOUS 20 Talbot Terrace,   Single storey rear extension, replace windows, alterations to front door, change of surface to front garden and timber bin store.
SDNP/21/04204/PRE 77 De Montfort Road.   Dividing house into two properties with roof terraces.
SDNP/21/04237 22 Lansdown Place.   Replace dormer windows.
SDNP/21/04292/LIS 23 Friars Walk.   Internal alterations.
SDNP/21/04352/HOUS 53 The Avenue.   Replace doors and roof on side extension and form opening at rear for new sliding doors.
SDNP/21/03304/FUL & 03305/LIS 41 Cliffe High Street.  New window and replace window.

 

Planning Application Approved

Friends of Lewes Planning Committee Report 5 August 2021

Representations made on planning applications following the meeting of the Planning Committee held on 5 August 2021:

SDNP/21/01457/HOUS: Replacement of windows. 34-36 Flat 16 Cliffe High Street.
Friends of Lewes object to the use of uPVC, which is an inappropriate material in the conservation area.

SDNP/21/01845/HOUS: Replacement of two timber sash windows with UPVc to the front elevation and one to the rear elevation. 101 Western Road.
Friends of Lewes object to the use of uPVC, which is an inappropriate material for use in the conservation area.

SDNP/21/02698/HOUS: Demolition of existing timber studio and replacement with all weather garden office/work space. The Workshop Pipe Passage.
Friends of Lewes object to the proposal. The internal layout of the studio, with kitchen and bathroom, indicates it is not ancillary to the principal dwelling and contrary to the Society’s planning advice note ‘The Design of Garden Rooms’. The Society has concerns it could become a permanent dwelling to the detriment of neighbours and supporting infrastructure. A single ply EPDM roof covering is an inappropriate material in the conservation area and lead or zinc should be used. The detailing of the proposed lead capping of the Pipe Passage wall is poor and should be clarified.

SDNP/21/02995/HOUS: Demolitions of existing double garage and erection of two buildings, restoration works to the front, side and roof and erection of rear extensions at ground and first. 39 The Avenue.
Friends of Lewes object to the expansion at the ground and first floors which unbalances the symmetry of the building as a whole.  There is no apparent justification for a store on the frontage and the provision of a WC and basin suggests another proposed use of this space. The proposals would entail the loss of a front garden and hedge to the detriment of the current streetscape.

SDNP/21/03033/HOUS: Front and rear roof additions. 8 Timberyard Cottages.
Friends of Lewes object to the excessive size of the proposed dormers which are full width and the rear dormer is on the same plane as the face of the building. The proposed frontage is totally out of sympathy with the rest of the terrace.  There is lack of detail and no indication of the materials to be used. The proposals are contrary to the Design of Dormer Windows Planning Advice Note published by the Friends of Lewes.

SDNP/21/03083/HOUS: 1st Floor bedroom extension built off of existing ground floor extension. New from Canopy roof to replace existing. Replacement close boarded fence with brick wall and piers. 2 Park Road.
Friends of Lewes comment that the profile of the gable end from the road will appear very abrupt and a hipped end would be more in keeping.

SDNP/21/03333/HOUS: Demolition of two existing sheds and erection of studio in the rear garden of the house. 39 The Avenue.
Friends of Lewes object to the proposed studio which is contrary to the planning advice note it has published, ‘The Design of Garden Rooms’. The mass of the studio is excessive and the application represents overdevelopment of the site, which would be detrimental to the townscape of the Wallands Park area and the Conservation Area. The internal layout of the studio indicates it is not ancillary to the principal dwelling and in future there could be a change from ancillary to permanent residential use, with a detrimental impact on neighbours and support infrastructure. The garden would be reduced to half of its current size and alter the character of the vegetated and spaciousness of Wallands Park.

SDNP/21/03386/HOUS: Erection of single storey rear extension. 3 Laundry Cottages Southover High Street.
Although there is an obvious need for this extra space, Friends of Lewes comment that the hand drawn sketches don’t give sufficient detail to be able to assess the proposal.

SDNP/21/03733/HOUS: Replace existing front two windows and one rear window with double-glazed, timber windows, painted white. 9 The Avenue.
Friends of Lewes comment that details of the windows proposed have not been submitted with the application and are necessary to assess their suitability.

SDNP/21/03740/ADV: externally illuminated fascia, externally illuminated hanging sign, amenity board, 2no chalkboards and 1no new lantern. The Kings Head 9 Southover High Street.
Friends of Lewes object to the level of illumination proposed in this very sensitive part of the conservation area. In particular, it considers the level of illumination from the 2.5m long trough light to be excessive and contrary to the aims of the South Downs National Park dark skies policy.

SDNP/21/03958/HOUS: Replacement of timber framed sash and casement window, removal of a small casement window and installation a roof window into flat roof. 6 Pelham Terrace.
Friends of Lewes object to the use of uPVC, which is an inappropriate material in the conservation area. The existence of this type of window at a near neighbour does not justify its use.

SDNP/21/03896/PA3O: Proposed change of use of an existing B1(a) office to provide 8no. C3 dwellings over 3 floors (amended description). The Mallings Business Centre 112 Malling Street. (Objection)

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SDNP/21/03899/PA3O: Proposed change of use of an existing B1(a) office to provide 8no. C3 dwellings on the First Floor and Second floor, retaining office use on the ground floor. The Mallings Business Centre 112 Malling Street (Objection)

Friends of Lewes consider that the conversion of the office buildings into habitable space appears feasible depending upon necessary provisions being made to ensure acceptable ventilation and heat control.  The original sealed office space had air conditioning throughout, which would not be applicable to smaller contained domestic spaces.  Opening windows would be necessary and through ventilation. The internal planning is very tight and minimal.  There does not seem to be access to the external fire escape. These issues must be addressed to ensure that the long-term social consequences of the development are positive.  The Society is aware of similar developments, not in Lewes, that have suffered from an increase in anti-social behaviour and crime, reportedly as a result of residents being in cramped conversions with no amenities and inadequate infrastructure.

SDNP/21/03967/PA3O: Proposed change of use of an existing B1(a) office at the rear of the site to provide 5no. C3 dwellings. The Mallings Business Centre 112 Malling Street (Objection).
Friends of Lewes consider that the industrial form of the building does not lend itself to conversion to residential use. Each unit would be reliant upon top daylighting. The upper level would have restricted headroom, although no section is shown. Appropriate provisions are required to ensure acceptable ventilation and heat control. These issues must be addressed to ensure that the long-term social consequences of the development are positive. The Society is aware of similar developments, not in Lewes, that have suffered from an increase in anti-social behaviour and crime, reportedly as a result of residents being in cramped conversions with no amenities and inadequate infrastructure.

SDNP/21/03900/PA3O: Prior Approval for a change of use of Albion House from B1(a) (Office) to C3 (Residential). Schedule 2, Part 3, Class O (offices to dwellinghouses). Albion House Albion Street (Objection).
Friends of Lewes is concerned that 10 flats have been squeezed into the space over 3 floors.  Appropriate provisions are required to ensure acceptable ventilation and heat control.  There is no section to illustrate the changes of floor level as shown by the need for the internal stairs. Nor are there elevations to show which windows would be openable. These issues must be addressed to ensure that the long-term social consequences of the development are positive.  The Society is aware of similar developments, not in Lewes, that have suffered from an increase in anti-social behaviour and crime, reportedly as a result of residents being in cramped conversions with no amenities and inadequate infrastructure.

 

The Committee examined the following applications and had no observations to make:

SDNP/21/02444/HOUS 74 Prince Edward’s Road.   Two velux windows in front roof.
SDNP/21/02700/HOUS 5 East Way.   Front porch.
SDNP/21/02940/HOUS 20 Dale Road.   Single storey side/rear extension.
SDNP/21/02954/HOUS 1 Cromwell Place, King Henry’s Road.   Two storey side extension with rear stove flue.
SDNP/21/02990/HOUS 32 The Course.   Dormer, new door, windows and rooflights.
SDNP/21/03065/FUL Sackville House, Brooks Road.   Solar panels.
SDNP/21/03099/FUL Country Hall, St Anne’s Crescent.   Solar panels.
SDNP/21/03238/FUL 137-139 Coombe Court, Malling Street.   Single storey extension.
SDNP/21/03304/FUL & 03305/LIS 41 Cliffe High Street.   New window and replace window.
SDNP/21/03311/HOUS 28 Winterbourne Close.   Replace rear extension with new single storey extension.
SDNP/21/03334/HOUS 37 North Way.   Single storey rear extension.
SDNP/21/03543/HOUS Flints, Rotten Row.   Replace outbuilding with new link.
SDNP/21/03574/HOUS 2 Fitzjohns Road.   Loft conversion with hip to gable and rear dormer.
SDNP/21/03588/HOUS 10 King Henry’s Road.   Replace side extension with part single-storey, part two-storey side and rear extension and upgrade garage with new pitched roof.
SDNP/21/03713/LIS HMP Lewes, 1 Brighton Road.   Re-roof healthcare building and install PV panels.
SDNP/21/03714/LIS HMP Lewes, 1 Brighton Road.   Fire safety improvements.
SDNP/21/03582/HOUS 9 Delaware Road.   Single storey rear and side extension.
SDNP/21/03902/FUL Unit 1, Brooks Road.   Change of use to mixed-use Class E/B8.

Planning Application Approved

Friends of Lewes Planning Committee Report 1 July 2021

Representations made on planning applications following the meeting of the Planning Committee held on 1 July 2021:

SDNP/21/02697/PRE: Installation of a free-standing monolith sign, which contains local maps and wayfinding information. Lewes Railway Station Station Road.
Friends of Lewes support the concept of an updated town map which will encourage visitors to Lewes to explore the many attractions in the town and the surrounding area. It comments that the proposed location is likely to be ‘the least bad position’ and it is important that the monolith does not reduce visibility of the pedestrian crossing adjacent to it.

SDNP/21/02753/HOUS: Retrospective planning permission for retention of an outbuilding and storage shed. 22 Paddock Road.
Friends of Lewes object to the front garden storage shed which is out of scale and dominates the street. There should be no structures above the window cill level and as in other parts of the street the front garden wall should be lowered or doors placed within it. The rear garden outbuilding appears overly large, incongruous and unneighbourly.

SDNP/21/03110/FUL: Erection of 3 bedroom dwelling on the land adjacent to 34 Middle Way. Land adjacent to 34 Middle Way.
The Friends of Lewes Planning Committee was divided on this application. Some members support the imaginative design, constructed at a lower level than the adjacent house, which would deliver new housing within the existing development area. Others, whilst recognising that the development is cleverly planned, consider the proposed building to be crammed onto too small a site.  This results in the loss of a necessary open space on the corner of a busy road and would block sight lines.

SDNP/21/02770/HOUS: New dormer to front roof slope and roof light to rear roof slope. 5 Eastport Lane.
Friends of Lewes comment that as the development falls within the conservation area the dormer roof should be covered in lead or zinc; not a single ply membrane.

SDNP/21/03200/HOUS: new rear/side extension, internal refurbishment and loft conversion. 5 Park Road.
Friends of Lewes comment that the loss of the chimney stack at the rear is unfortunate and will be detrimental to the overall appearance of the building. If possible, it should be retained.

SDNP/21/03224/FUL: demolition of existing buildings contained within a former woodyard. The White House Eastgate Wharf.
Friends of Lewes object strongly to this application. Development within the conservation area involving the demolition of existing buildings should only proceed if and when replacement buildings or alternative development has been approved. Despite the Society having repeatedly asked the owners about their development plans for the site, over many years, nothing has been forthcoming. The application states that the existing building is not considered to contribute to the conservation area. However, it is an important landmark building within the wider landscape when viewed from Phoenix Causeway and Cliffe Bridge. The Society therefore calls for the application to be refused in accordance with Core Policy SD1 (Sustainable Development) of the South Downs Local Plan, as the development proposals fail to conserve the landscape, natural beauty and cultural heritage of the National Park. The Society comments that the threat to the existing building appears to be the consequence of inadequate security, repair and maintenance of the buildings over a long period. Nothing in the Structural Report provides evidence that the building is in immediate danger of collapse and mitigation measures should be taken to stabilise its condition and make it secure.

 

The Committee examined the following applications and had no observations to make:

SDNP/21/02166/LIS 137 High Street.   Internal alterations.
SDNP/21/02490/HOUS 3 Old Laundry Cottages, Southover High Street.   Remove side door and replace with window.
SDNP/21/SDNP/21/02522/HOUS The Old Farmhouse, Toronto Terrace.   Replace windows and replace french doors with patio doors.
SDNP/21/02676/LIS 204 High Street.   Retain window replacement, repair and paint windows.
SDNP/21/02819/FUL St Michael in Lewes Church, High Street.   Railings in front of gullies.
SDNP/21/02960/HOUS 67 North Way. Retrospective application for the retention of hip to gable roof extension, rear dormer and front rooflights, the construction of front porch and landscaping.
SDNP/21/02964/HOUS 52 Houndean Rise.   Timber cladding and window replacement.
SDNP/21/03021/HOUS 2 Highdown Road. Two storey extension, remove conservatory and create patio.
SDNP/21/03089/LDP 60 St Pancras Road.   Remove and infill rooflights, replace roof covering with green roof, new rooflight.
SDNP/21/03103/HOUS 96 Prince Edward’s Road.   Single storey rear extension.
SDNP/21/03221/HOUS 82 South Street.   Two storey rear extension, second floor balcony, single storey side extension and remove chimney stack.   Car port to rear.
SDNP/21/03524/HOUS 42 South Way.   Demolish garage and conservatory and construct side and rear extension with rear dormer.
SDNP/21/02300/HOUS 41 Winterbourne Close.   Part demolish rear extension and rebuild/renew new extension.
SDNP/21/03447/OHL Undergrounding of 33kV OHL and install two new H-poles.

 

Planning Application Approved