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Recent ERYC Planning Decisions for Tickton and Routh and those awaiting decisions

EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL PLANNING DECISIONS

17/03411/OUT – 1 And 2 Weel Road – Outline – Erection of two replacement dwellings following demolition of 2 existing dwellings (access, layout and scale to be considered) (revised scheme of 16/02114/OUT);

Link to Appeal Details: 18/00022/REFUSE 

17/04154/STPLF – Heron Lakes Main Road Routh – Change of use of land for the siting of an additional 224 holiday accommodation (131 holiday lodges/static caravans, 56 camping pods/yurts and 37 touring caravan pitches), erection of a reception/office, bistro/gym, toilet/shower blocks, MUGA, play area and associated landscaping, drainage and engineering works – Approved

18/00004/REFUSELand North Of Yarrows Aggregates Limited, Leven Bypass White Cross To Leven Roundabout – Erection of an Anaerobic Digestion (AD) Plant and associated works (Revised scheme of 16/03149/CM) – Appeal Withdrawn

18/00022/REFUSE – 1 And 2 Weel Road, Tickton – Outline – Erection of two replacement dwellings following demolition of 2 existing dwellings (access, layout and scale to be considered) (revised scheme of 16/02114/OUT) – Appeal Dismissed

18/00426/PLF – 258 Hull Bridge Road – Erection of a two-storey extension to rear, construction of balcony at first floor to rear, extension and re-clad existing dormer window, construction of dormer window and installation of roof lights to sides, re-clad existing dormer to front elevation, rendering to base of existing porch and removal of existing chimney – Approved

18/00948/PLF – Tickton Grange Hotel – Change of use from outbuilding to function room – Approved

18/00951/VARTickton Grange Hotel – Variation of Conditions 5 and 6 of planning permission: 17/02184/PLF to allow background music to be played at certain periods of the day – Conversion and change of use of stable and outbuilding to function room and storage ancillary to hotel – Approved

18/00985/PLF – Creme D Or Limited Weel Road – Erection of an extension to existing factory and alterations to existing vehicular access – Revised scheme of 17/01177/PLF – Approved

18/01035/TPO – Larches Chestnut Mews – TPO TICKTON ORDER 1994 (REF:100) A1: T1 Horse Chestnut: crown lift to 7m, remove epicormic growth and crown thin by 5-10% to allow more light into garden and property, T2 Larch: remove one branch back to suitable growth point back to boundary and away from Horse Chestnut – Approved

18/01093/PLFLand East Of The New Inn 31 Main Street – Erection of a detached dwelling with associated access and parking – Refused

18/01243/PLF – Land South Of The New Inn Main Street Tickton – Erection of 2 dwellings, 2 garages and creation of new vehicular access off Tickton Meadows (AMENDED PLANS) – Approved

18/01456/PLF Beverad Ltd Unit 8 Riverside Works – Erection of extension to existing steel building – Approved

18/01623/PLF – Keystore, Unit 1, Weel Road, Tickton – Continued use of land to allow for industrial storage, retention of two steel mobile units and diesel tank with associated hardstanding – Approved

18/01649/PLF – 62 Main Street – Erection of two storey extension and single storey extension with balcony to rear – Approved

18/01758/TPOLarches Chestnut Mews – TPO TICKTON ORDER 1994 (REF:100) A1: T2 Larch: fell to increase light to properties – Approved

18/01877/TPOThe Sycamores 2 Chestnut Mews – TPO TICKTON ORDER – 1994 (REF:100) A1: T1 Sycamore: fell due to low amenity value and allow more light to property – Approved

18/02199/PLF The Old Dairy Carr Lane Weel – Erection of wrought iron vehicular and pedestrian access gates – Approved

18/02228/TCA – 27 Main Street, Tickton – TICKTON CONSERVATION AREA: T1 Tree of Heaven: fell, due to being in decline, T2 Cherry: fell as overwhelmed with ivy, T3 Laburnum: fell – Approved

18/02294/PLF8 Scotts Garth Drive – Erection of a single storey extension to side – Approved

18/02419/VAR Fernleigh 220 Hull Bridge Road – Variation of Condition 4 (approved plans) of planning permission 17/03440/PLF – Approved

18/02442/PLF – 1 Park View Routh – Erection of a detached garage with increased roof height (Revised of scheme 17/02072/PLF) – Approved

18/02459/PLF – Land East Of The New Inn 31 Main Street, Tickton – Erection of a detached dwelling with associated parking and access (Revised scheme of 18/01093/PLF) –Application Withdrawn

18/02611/PLF – 27 Main Street Tickton – Erection of a single storey extension to rear, raise roof height over existing bathroom, alterations to windows, installation of door to front following removal of window and erection of a porch – Approved

18/02686/PLF – Land North Of Greensleeves Lawn Care Unit 3, Weel Road – Change of use from office to animal hydro-therapy centre (retrospective) – Approved

18/03060/PLF – Land North West Of Red Cottage, 1 Weel Road – Change of use of land to gypsy caravan site and storage of vehicles, machinery and equipment within existing barn including hardstanding, construction of earth embankment and erection of ancillary amenity block (part retrospective) – Refused

18/03677/PLF – Calgary House 11 Main Street Tickton – Raising of roof height of main dwelling, erection of a dormer to the rear, erection of two storey and single storey extensions to the rear and the installation of a first floor window to side of dwelling house – Approved

18/03688/PLF 70 Main Street, Tickton – Demolition and rebuilding of walls to existing store to east of property, construction of pitched roof over this store to match roof on other existing stores and installation of three roof lights to rear roofslope of stores – Approved

18/03694/PLF – Court Yard Barn Hull Bridge Road – Erection of extension for use as garage/garden store and garden room  – Refused

18/04042/PLF – Little Storkhill Farm 223 Hull Bridge Road Tickton – Conversion of existing building and erection of link extension to create dwelling and erection of 4 dwellings following cessation of existing HGV operation and removal of existing buildings – Approved

18/04150/VAR – Land South Of The New Inn, Main Street, Tickton – Variation of Conditions 4 (surface water drainage), 5 (foul drainage) and 6 (materials) of planning reference 18/01243/PLF (Erection of 2 dwellings, 2 garages and creation of new vehicular access off Tickton Meadows) to allow drainage details to be considered and amended materials to be used in construction – Approved

19/00551/PLF – 91 Churchfields  Tickton – Part conversion of existing double garage to create additional living accommodation – Approved

19/01473/PAD – Heron Lakes, Main Road, Routh – Display of 6 non-illuminated post mounted directional signs, 2 non-illuminated post mounted entrance signs and erection of 2 non-illuminated flag poles – Approved

19/00610/PLF – 1 Churchfields – Erection of two storey and first floor extension to side – Approved

19/01421/PLF Little Storkhill Farm, 223 Hull Bridge Road – Erection of general purpose agricultural building with assoc. hardstanding following demolition of existing general purpose agricultural building – Approved

19/01603/VAR  – Land South Of The New Inn Main Street, Tickton – Variation of Condition 6 (boundary treatment) and Condition 9 (approved plans) of planning permission 18/04150/VAR following approval 18/01243/PLF (Erection of 2 dwellings, 2 garages and creation of new vehicular access off Tickton Meadows) – Approved

19/02100/TCA – Church Cottage 121 Main Street Tickton – Removal of Hawthorn (T1) close to ground level together with treatment of stump and removal of a 2m section of Hawthorn (H2) closest to dwelling – Approved

19/02439/PLF – Gleneagles Main Road Routh – Change of use of paddock to use as private equestrian arena with sand/stabilising fibre/rubber surface and stone access path – Approved

19/02463/PLF – Heron Lakes  Main Road  Routh – Installation of extraction system and external alterations to the Bistro facility at Heron Lakes Holiday Park (Retrospective) (AMENDED DESCRIPTION AND PLANS) – Approved

19/02693/CLE Majestic Pool, Weel Road, Weel – Change of use of former waste land and lake to commercial coarse fishing lakes, including hard standing parking areas and siting of a caravan – Approved

19/02782/TPO – Beech Croft Chestnut Mews Tickton – TPO: TICKTON ORDER 1994 (REF: 100) A1 – Reduce height of Holly (T2) by approximately 8.0m in order to allow more light into the property – Approved

19/02857/TPO – Holly Lodge, 4 Chestnut Mews, Tickton – TPO: TICKTON ORDER 1994 (REF: 100) A1 – Reduce height of Holly (T1) by approximately 5.0m in order to allow more light into the property – Approved

19/03107/TPO – 133 Main Street Tickton – TPO – CHESTNUT MEWS FORMERLY THE POPLARS, MAIN STREET, TICKTON – 1994 (REF. 100) – T1 and T2 (Maple) to be felled due to size and location; T3 (Horse Chestnut) to be pruned to draw in ‘bulge’ protruding in front of house with Eastern side of canopy to be reduced by up to 2m; and T4 (Hornbeam) to be pruned to reduce overhang of adjacent driveway with removal of lower branch on Eastern side and aking good shape plus light pruning of tertiary branches to lower canopy over roofs to give 1.5m clearance – Approved 

19/03336/PLF – Ferry Farm House, 9 Carr Lane, Weel – Erection of a first floor extension to rear – Approved

19/03501/PLF – 64 Main Street, Tickton – Erection of a single storey extension to rear following removal of existing conservatory and extension to existing rear dormer window (AMENDED PLANS AND DESCRIPTION) – Approved

19/03635/PLF – Unit 14 & 15, Riverside Works, Hull Bridge Road, Tickton – Erection of extension to existing building – Approved

19/04122/PLF – 39 St Pauls Way, Tickton – Erection of a single storey extension to rear, conversion of existing garage to form office/storage, alterations to door and window to front and construction of canopy over front door – Approved

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PENDING CONSIDERATION BY EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL

19/03236/STPLF – Land North West Of High Farm, Main Road, Routh – Change of use of land for the siting of 50 additional static caravans with associated site roads and drainage infrastructure forming extension to High Farm Country Park 

T&RPC Resolved: Strongly object and call in;
There is no identified need for additional holiday accommodation in this location.
The Transport Statement provided is wholly inadequate in relation to projected trips, as it relies on information relating to trips at the neighbouring Heron Lakes site (currently high-end lodges). It also wrongly labels the site’s Planning Application number. In addition, the constraints on the entrance to this site are not comparable with those at Heron Lakes.
The existing access to the site is wholly inadequate. There are no slip roads either in or out of the site. The entrance is too narrow to accommodate 2-way traffic. The issue of the narrow access road was raised in Planning Application 09/02123, and again by the Parish Council in application 14/03061.
The Transport Statement and details in the Design & Access statement wrongly state that the footpaths and cycleways towards Beverley and Leven are lit. There are no street lights along the busy A1035, therefore this cannot be ‘sustainable’ travel. There is no Sunday bus service to Beverley.
The lack of facilities on site to support a further 50 static holiday homes.
The increase in traffic to and from the site would place further pressure on the busy A1035, potentially increasing accident levels. This application would have an unacceptable impact on the highway.
Increasing the levels of tourist accommodation in this location is not supported by the findings of the ERYC Tourism Accommodation Study 2016 – particularly in the light of the pre-approved expansion of the adjacent Heron Lakes (17/04154) which will deliver 131 lodges/static caravans and 56 camping pods/yurts.
The site is in Flood Risk Zone 2 and cannot be developed in a sustainable manner.
52-week occupancies put additional pressure on local services.
Whilst 2 separate applications have been submitted for High Farm, the PC believes that both applications should inform each other when considering expansion of the site as a whole. This application needs to be decided in conjunction with the following application (19/03248).
Conditions, if permitted –
1) Revised Transport Statement required to reflect trips on this site, and correct erroneous information
2) A complete reconfiguration of the site entrance to accommodate 2-way traffic.

19/03248/STPLF – Land South East Of High Farm, Main Road, Routh – Change of use of land for siting of 48 touring caravan/tent pitches and 14 camping pods, erection of an additional amenity building and associated site roads and drainage infrastructure forming extension to High Farm Country Park 

T&RPC Resolved: Strongly object and call in;
There is no identified need for additional holiday accommodation in this location.
The Transport Statement provided is wholly inadequate in relation to projected trips, as it relies on information relating to trips at the neighbouring Heron Lakes site (currently high-end lodges). It also wrongly labels the site’s Planning Application number. In addition, the constraints on the entrance to this site are not comparable with those at Heron Lakes.
The existing access to the site is wholly inadequate. There are no slip roads either in or out of the site. The entrance is too narrow to accommodate 2-way traffic. The issue of the narrow access road was raised in Planning Application 09/02123, and again by the Parish Council in application 14/03061. The development of additional touring caravan spaces would increase the risk of accidents if towed caravans cannot be swiftly pulled off the A1035 – risking serious accidents owing to the entrance being screened by nearby trees heading east on the A1035.
The planning officer’s statement in relation to 14/03061 stated that the south east of the site should not be developed. The applicant has not submitted evidence to suggest that additional tourer pitches and camping pods are needed.
The Transport Statement and details in the Design & Access statement wrongly state that the footpaths and cycleways towards Beverley and Leven are lit. There are no street lights along the busy A1035, therefore this cannot be ‘sustainable’ travel. There is no Sunday bus service to Beverley.
There are a lack of facilities on site, and within the immediate vicinity of the site, to support a further 48 tourer/tent pitches and 14 camping pods.
The increase in traffic to and from the site would place further pressure on the busy A1035, potentially increasing accident levels. This application would have an unacceptable impact on the highway.
Increasing the levels of tourist accommodation in this location is not supported by the findings of the ERYC Tourism Accommodation Study 2016 – particularly in the light of the pre-approved expansion of the adjacent Heron Lakes (17/04154) which will deliver 131 lodges/static caravans and 56 camping pods/yurts.
The site is in Flood Risk Zone 2 and cannot be developed in a sustainable manner. The proposed site is at the lowest level of the land in the park ownership. This would place the most vulnerable accommodation at risk. The intention to discharge water from the proposed ablutions block into Cross Dyke will place additional pressure on the existing land drainage system and could lead to accidental contamination.
The proposal is for a touring site – allowing caravans to be left on site for 52 weeks would negate the intention of this designation as touring site.
Local knowledge indicates that the south eastern corner of the site was a quarry which was filled some time ago with waste matter. A land contamination report has not been completed.
Whilst 2 separate applications have been submitted for High Farm, the PC believes that both applications should inform each other when considering expansion of the site as a whole. This application needs to be decided in conjunction with the following application (19/03248).
The siting of caravans and pods in this location will have a detrimental effect on the rural landscape and on the residential amenity of the occupiers of 1 High Farm Cottages in terms of noise and disturbance.
The scale and cumulative impact of this development is not appropriate to this location.
Conditions, if permitted –
1) Revised Transport Statement required to reflect trips on this site, and correct erroneous information regarding facilities and sustainable transport.
2) A complete reconfiguration of the site entrance to accommodate 2-way traffic
3) Full land contamination assessment to be carried out.
4) Occupation – No person or caravan shall remain on site in excess of 28 overnight stays in any 6 month period.
5) No development should take place near the main road
6) A survey of Contaminated land should be undertaken
7) No waste water from the ablutions block to be discharged into Cross Dyke.
Whilst 2 separate applications have been submitted for High Farm, the PC believes that both applications should inform each other when considering expansion of the site as a whole. This application needs to be decided in conjunction with the following application (19/03236)

 

19/03930/OUT – Land South Of Avalon, Butt Lane, Tickton – Outline – Erection of two dwellings (All Matters Reserved) 

T&RPC ResolvedStrongly object and call in;

If approved, the following conditions be adopted;

19/04028/PLF – Fernleigh, 220 Hull Bridge Road, Tickton – Construction of dormer window to front, extension to side dormer windows and modification to rear elevation of extension approved by 17/03440/PLF and 18/02419/VAR (AMENDED DESCRIPTION) 

T&RPC Resolved: Strongly object and call in;
• Loss of privacy to neighbouring properties due to the elevation of the windows
• Development overbearing, out of character with existing properties and outside of the building line
• Consideration be given to the roof remaining as approved by ERYC Planning Department
• And, to consider comments submitted from members of the public to ERYC Planning Department
If approved, the following conditions be adopted;
• All windows above 1.8m be fitted with obscure glass
• Suitable water attenuation plans to mitigate the impact of surface water run-off

19/04314/PLF – Land North Of Weelgate House, Carr Lane, Weel – Erection of cattery building and isolation unit building, creation of a vehicle access and erection of timber fence and entrance gates 

T&RPC Resolved: No objections. If approved, the following conditions be adopted;
• The business remains ancillary to the house as it is classed as in the open countryside.
• The entrance off Carr Lane should be of suitable construction for proposed traffic levels and current vegetation screening should be maintained throughout operation.
• The previously permitted temporary gate onto Common Land should be closed up and replanted now.
• Suitable water attenuation plans to mitigate the impact of surface water run-off.

20/00200/PLF – Springdale Farm Shop, 1A Tickton Meadows, Tickton – Alterations and conversion of Butchers/Farm Shop to a dwelling with associated parking

T&RPC ResolvedObject on the change of use as the Parish Council does not want to lose the village shop which is a valuable asset to the community.   The building and outside area is too small for a dwelling.

If approved, the following condition be adopted;

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