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«DEVELOPMENT CONTROL COMMITTEE – WEDNESDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 2011 DECISIONS ON PLANNING APPLICATIONS ALLERDALE 7/2011/2054 Mr J M Hayton declared a ...»

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REASON: In order to minimise the effect of the development upon important trees in accrodance with saved Policy NE12 of the Lake District National Park Local Plan.

4 The development hereby permitted shall not be carried out otherwise than in accordance with the bat survey report prepared by Marshall Ecology No. 110503/01.1 dated May 2011. Prior to the commencement of the development of the ropes courses hereby permitted, a further survey of trees which are potentially affected by the development shall be carried out to determine the presence or absence of bat roosts which may be affected by the development. Where any such roosts are identified, measures and details shall be submitted to the Local Planning Authority to demonstrate that the development can avoid impacts upon such roosts.

REASON: In the interests of avoiding impacts on bat roosts and mitigating for the loss of potential roosts as a result of the development in accordance with Policy CS26 of the Lake District National Park Local Development Framework Core Strategy.

5 In the event that the development hereby permitted ceases to be used as, or as part of, a recreational ropes course for a continuous period of 12 months or longer, all structures, poles and course elements with the exception of the zip wire landing platform shall be removed within a period of 12 months in accordance with details to be submitted to and agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

REASON: The development is permitted in accordance with Policy CS02 of the Lake District National Park Local Development Framework Core Strategy to help to sustain the existing business. In the event that the development ceases to be required to support that use, the structures can and should be removed from the site which is a Grade II registered park or garden.

6 Notwithstanding the details shown on drawing 83MISC/118, prior to the commencement of the erection of the zip wire/access tower hereby permitted, full details of the cladding of the proposed tower shall be submitted to and agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The development shall be carried out in accordance with the details so agreed.

REASON: In the interests of the appearance of the development in accordance with Policies CS08, CS11, CS25 and CS27 of the Lake District National Park Local Development Framework Core Strategy.

Decisions on Planning Applications – Wednesday 7 September 2011 7 Within 6 months of the development (or part therof) being first brought into use, the developer shall prepare and submit to the Local Planning Authority for their approval a Travel Plan which shall identify measures that will be underaken by the developer to encourage the achievement of a modal shift away from the use of private cars to visit the development to a sustainable transport modes. The measures identified in the Travel Plan shall be implemented by the developer within 12 months of the development (or any part thereof) opening for business.

REASON: To aid in the delivery of sustainable transport objectives.

8 An annual report reviewing the effectiveness of the Travel Plan and including any necessary amendments or measures shall be prepared by the developer/occupier and submitted to the Local Planning Authority for approval.

REASON: To aid in the delivery of sustainable transport objectives.

7/2011/5321 THE HEIGHTS FARM, INGS, KENDAL, CUMBRIA, LA8 9PX VARIATION OF CONDITION NO. 2 ON PLANNING PERMISSION 7/2009/5150

REGARDING OCCUPATION OF DWELLINGS TO ALLOW FORMER FARM

COTTAGE AND BARN TO BE SOLD SEPARATELY

APPROVED subject to a S106 Agreement to secure a financial contribution to

bridleway maintenance in the area and the following conditions:

1 The development hereby permitted shall be commenced before the expiration of THREE years from the date hereof.

REASON: Imposed in accordance with the provisions of Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act, 1990.

2 Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority, the development hereby permitted shall not be carried out otherwise than in complete conformity with the submitted plans received by the Local Planning Authority on 21 June 2011 and the plans (No 5355/3b, 5395/2 and 5395/3) received by the Local Planning Authority on 26 March 2009.

REASON: For the avoidance of doubt and to ensure a satisfactory standard of appearance of the development.

3 The dwellings hereby permitted shall only be used as short term holiday lets in association with the working farm known as The Heights, Ings as identified by the blue line on the plan attached to this decision notice and shall not be occupied by an individual, family or group for a period exceeding 8 weeks in any 3 month period unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The dwellings hereby approved shall at no time be operated or managed separately from The Heights Decisions on Planning Applications – Wednesday 7 September 2011 Farm and Heights Equestrian Centre.

In the event that the accommodation is sold separately from the Farm as identified above, or the farming operation ceases to trade as such then the accommodation shall not be occupied pursuant to this planning permission.

REASON: Planning permission has been granted for three dwellings which would not contribute to meeting an identified local housing need as an exception to Policy CS18 of the Lake District National Park Local development Framework Core Strategy on the grounds that the proposal is a farm diversification scheme designed to sustain the farm business.

4 The replacement dwelling subject of application 7/2008/5541 shall be available for occupation by a Manager/employee of the Heights Equestrian Centre as long as the Equestrian Centre is operational unless details have been submitted to the Local Planning Authority to establish that a dwelling is not required for the effective running of the Equestrian Centre.

REASON: There are no other permanent dwellings on the site to serve the Equestrian Centre should one be needed.

5 Prior to the installation of the windows and doors precise details of their appearance and finish indicating frame profiles shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The windows and doors approved shall be installed in accordance with any approval.

REASON: To ensure that the character of the traditional Lakeland buildings is not adversely affected by the proposed changes in accordance with Policy C7 of the Lake District National Park Local Plan.

6 The facing stone to be used in the development hereby permitted shall match (in terms of size, method of laying, pointing and jointing details) the appearance, character, colour and texture of the local stone walls/buildings adjacent to the site.

REASON: For the avoidance of doubt and to ensure a satisfactory standard of appearance of the development.

7 The mitigation measures indicated in section E of the Bat Survey undertaken by Andrew Gardner of Envirotech reference Rev 1 (27/02/2007) shall be implemented in full accordance with those details unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

REASON: To ensure the building remains as a potential roost location for the bats occasionally using the building in accordance with Policy E34 of the Cumbria and Lake District Joint Structure Plan 2001-2016.

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