Erection of three new retail units comprising; one attached Use Class A1 unit and two detached A1/A3 units (including a drive-thru); external refurbishment of the existing retail units; reconfiguration of the existing car park and access, and associated works – HAMPDEN PARK.
The committee was advised by way of an addendum report that a supplementary highway report had been provided looking at a number of issues including trip generation. In response to this additional documentation County Highways supported the proposal subject to conditions.
RESOLVED (A): (Unanimous) That subject to a S106. legal agreement covering:
a. Local Employment Issues
b. Highway Issues;
c. The creation of the access, re-instating of the footway and dropped crossing points should be secured by condition and a s278 agreement.
d. Provision of signage from the site to the Station and bus stops
e. Provision of Real Time Passenger Information (RTPI) to provide better, more reliable information about bus services. To provide a RTPI sign would require a contribution of approximately £15,000.00.
f. Highway improvement works;
g. Widening the Marshall Road two-lane approach; and
h. Widening the entry width of the Lottbridge Drove (North) arm.
i. Travel Plan surveys and monitoring reports should be secured through an s106 agreement.
Then planning permission be granted subject to the following conditions:
1. The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiration of three years from the date of permission.
2. The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the approved drawings;
4158-155 Tree Plan
4158-301 Rev P Proposed Site Plan
4158-306 proposed Elevations
4158-307 Unit 6 Proposed Elevations
4158-308 Shopfront Details
G22765 0101 Rev P1 Proposed Drainage Layout
3. No development shall take place until samples of the materials (including colour of render, paintwork and colourwash) to be used in the construction of the external surfaces of that part of the development hereby permitted have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details.
4. The development hereby permitted shall only be carried out in accordance with the approved Flood Risk Assessment (FRA) (April 2018) and the following mitigation measures details within the FRA:
a. All occupants will sign up to the Flood Warning Service, as stated in FRA sections 6.1 and 7.
b. A flood preparation and evacuation plan is drawn up, as recommended in FRA Sections 6.2 and 7, for identification and provision of a safe route into and out of the site to an appropriate safe haven.
c. Flood resilience and resistance measures are incorporated into the design, as advised in Section 6.3 of the FRA.
The mitigation measures shall be fully implemented prior to occupation and subsequently in accordance with the timing/phasing arrangements embodied within the scheme, or within any other period as may subsequently be agreed, in writing, by the Local Planning Authority.
5. Prior to completion or first occupation of the development hereby approved, whichever is the sooner; details of treatment of all parts on the site not covered by buildings shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The site shall be landscaped strictly in accordance with the approved details in the first planting season after completion or first occupation of the development, whichever is the sooner. Details shall include:
a. a scaled plan showing all existing vegetation and landscape features to be retained and trees and plants to be planted;
b. location, type and materials to be used for hard landscaping including specifications, where applicable for:
i. permeable paving
ii. tree pit design
iii. underground modular systems
iv. Sustainable urban drainage integration
v. use within tree Root Protection Areas (RPAs);
c. a schedule detailing sizes and numbers/densities of all proposed trees/plants;
d. specifications for operations associated with plant establishment and maintenance that are compliant with best practice; and
e. types and dimensions of all boundary treatments
6. All soft landscaping shall have a written five year maintenance programme following planting. Any new tree(s) that die(s), are/is removed or become(s) severely damaged or diseased shall be replaced and any new planting (other than trees) which dies, is removed, becomes severely damaged or diseased within five years of planting shall be replaced. Unless further specific permission has been given by the Local Planning Authority, replacement planting shall be in accordance with the approved details.
7. The developer must advise the local authority (in consultation with Southern Water) of the measures which will be undertaken to divert the public sewers, prior to the commencement of the development.
8. No part of the development shall be occupied/brought into use until the car parking has been constructed and provided in accordance with the approved drawing 4158 301 Rev P. The area[s] shall thereafter be retained for that use and shall not be used other than for the parking of motor vehicle.
9. No part of the development shall be occupied until cycle parking spaces have been provided in accordance with the approved drawing 4158 301 Rev P. The area[s] shall thereafter be retained for that use and shall not be used other than for the parking of cycles.
10. Development shall not commence until a Construction Traffic Management Plan has been submitted and agreed, and the approved Plan shall be implemented and adhered to in full throughout the entire construction period, the Construction Traffic Management Plan must include but not be limited to, tracking of construction vehicles for each phase of development (if phased), details of hoardings/welfare areas, and pedestrian re-routing required during construction.
11. The vehicle electric charging point shown on approved drawing 4158 301 Rev P shall be installed and made available for use prior to the first occupation of the new units and thereafter shall be retained in perpetuity.
12. No part of the new buildings shall be occupied until such time as the vehicular access serving the development has been constructed in accordance with the approved drawing (Ref: 4158-301-M).
13. No part of the new buildings shall be occupied until such time as the existing vehicular access onto Marshall Road has been physically closed in accordance with plans and details submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
14. No part of the new buildings shall be occupied until provision has been made within the site in accordance with plans and details to be submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority, to prevent surface water draining onto the public highway.
15. The access shall have maximum gradients of 4% (1 in 25) from the channel line, or for the whole width of the footway/verge whichever is the greater and 11% (1 in 9) thereafter.
16. No part of the new buildings shall be first occupied until visibility splays of 2.4metres by 43 metres have been provided at the proposed site vehicular access onto Marshall Road in accordance with the approved plans. Once provided the splays shall thereafter be maintained and kept free of all obstructions over a height of 600mm.
17. No part of the new buildings shall be occupied until the car parking has been constructed and provided in accordance with the approved plans. The area[s] shall thereafter be retained for that use and shall not be used other than for the parking of motor vehicles.
18. The external works to the existing buildings shall only be undertaken in one building operation.
1. Due to changes in legislation that came in to force on 1st October 2011 regarding the future ownership of sewers it is possible that a sewer now deemed to be public could be crossing the above property.
2. Therefore, should any sewer be found during construction works, an investigation of the sewer will be required to ascertain its condition, the number of properties served, and potential means of access before any further works commence on site. The applicant is advised to discuss the matter further with Southern Water, Sparrowgrove House, Sparrowgrove, Otterbourne, Hampshire SO21 2SW (Tel: 0330 303 0119) or www.southernwater.co.uk.
3. A formal application for connection to the public sewerage system is required in order to service this development. To initiate a sewer capacity check to identify the appropriate connection point for the development, Please contact Southern Water, Sparrowgrove House, Sparrowgrove, Otterbourne, Hampshire SO21 2SW (Tel: 0330 303 0119) or www.southernwater.co.uk”. Please read our New Connections Services Charging Arrangements documents which has now been published and is available to read on our website via the following link: https://beta.southernwater.co.uk/infrastructure-charges
RESOLVED (B) (Unanimous): That should there be a delay in processing of the S106 agreement (more than 8 weeks from the date of this resolution and without any commitment to extend the time) then the application be refused for the lack of infrastructure provision.