March 5th, 2024 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “NOTICE”
The Parish Councils redsponse submitted 05.03.2024:

The Parish Council recommend refusal to the application. 

Concerns were raised with the limited amount of time provided to the Parish Council to make comment on this large application, on a site which is not included within the Local Development Plan. 

The number of properties proposed within the application cannot be considered as an “In-Fill” or “windfall” site and exceeds the number of properties normally allowed off a private drive and would therefore have a detrimental effect on the location being within a conservation area and would be considered overdevelopment of the site. 

South Cave being classed as a Primary Village must consider Residential development which includes Affordable Housing which is commensurate with the scale, role, and character of the village. This planning application does not bring new and/or enhanced local services and facilities, nor does it bring economic development appropriate to the scale of the village.

The extreme impact on the numbers of trees to be felled within the application would have a detrimental impact on the Street-scene and other surrounding properties.

The conservation area is a fundamental part of the village where ERYC should support the Parish Council in preserving the depleting village tree stock, and therefore the Parish Council would request the ERYC tree officer visit the site to consider TPO’s be placed on the affected trees now under threat.  

The planning application states the entry / exit gates of the Dower House onto Station Road currently only cater for 4 vehicles. If the proposed development build is approved this will increase to at least 19 vehicles and effectively be handling two-way traffic from 7 properties including the Dower House.

The A1034 main trunk road passes immediately past the property gateway, with the traffic density ever increasing year on year and should demand as suggested by the Highway Development Management Team (HDM) that a swept path analysis be carried out on the entrance/exit before any recommendation can be made by them.

Other points raised are the access route width, number of passing places, the surface finish (proposed is gravel) its suitability to pedestrians and wheelchair users because of the incline, and waste bin storage area. If the ERYC are minded approving the application the Parish Council request the application be sent to committee for consideration.

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