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APPLICATION NUMBER: 20/00337/FUL - Land to East of Odstock Rd & South of Rowbarrow, Salisbury

(Revised) Erect 86 dwellings together with garages, car barns, and refuse/cycle stores. Lay out gardens and erect means of enclosure. Creation of new vehicular access to Odstock Road. Lay out internal roads, including drives and pavements. Provision of associated public open space, play areas and landscape planting.


Public Participation

Philip Saunders (Agent) spoke in support of the application


Late correspondence had been circulated at the meeting, which included a series of responses from Statutory Consultees, and additional conditions, which were summarised at the start of the presentation.


The application was a revised proposal, following deferral at the meeting on 3 February 2022.


The Planning Team Leader, Richard Hughes presented the revised application which was for the erection of 86 dwellings (reduced from 95) together with garages, car barns, and refuse/cycle stores. Lay out gardens and erect means of enclosure. Creation of new vehicular access to Odstock Road. Lay out internal roads, including drives and pavements. Provision of associated public open space, play areas and landscape planting.


The application was recommended for Approval with conditions as set out in the report attached to the agenda and additional conditions, as summarised by the Officer.


Members then had the opportunity to ask technical questions of the Officer, where it was clarified that other than the layout and numbers of dwellings have there been any other changes to the design of the dwellings, there had been some minor changes to some of the proposed materials.


Clarity on the percentage of affordable dwellings on the revised application to the previous application was given. The Officer confirmed that the changes amounted to approximately 9 dwellings less, however the percentage of the total number remained the same.


Members of the public as detailed above, then had the opportunity to speak on the application. The Agent outlined the changes which had been made to address the reasons for refusal at the previous meeting and noted that Salisbury City Council (SCC) had expressed an interest in adopting the open space land if approved.


It was also noted that all of the Statutory Consultees were now in approval of the application.


The SCC representative spoke in support of the application and applauded the level of alterations the applicant had made to alleviate previous concerns and supported the provision of additional bat boxes.


Local Member, Cllr Sven Hocking, spoke to the application noting that the scale had been reduced, with a reduction in dwellings from the area nearest the access and tree line. He felt that the applicant had listened to and looked at all of the issues previously raise and taken all concerns into account and thanked them for their efforts. He also noted the support of SCC.


Cllr Hocking then moved the motion of Approval in line with Officer recommendations.


This was seconded by Cllr Britton.


The Committee was invited to discuss the application, the main points included reference to the merit of deferring the application, in that a collaborative approach had produced a scheme which addressed the previous concerns and was a benefit to the community.


A question was raised on whether there needed to be additional conditions to safeguard elements around tree planting or swift blocks, however the Officer clarified that the conditions set out in the report and late correspondence, were sufficient.


The matter of the future ownership of the open space area by SCC, which had not been finalised in an agreement was discussed. The Officer confirmed that

usually, the S106 Legal Agreement would take care of public open space, however if Committee wished, then the conditions could be amended to include something that prevented the land being built on in the future.


The Committee suggested that SCC enter into discussion with the developer on the matter of the open space.


A question was raised around tree planting near to the archaeological site, and whether it may interfere with any archaeological finds. The Officer confirmed that condition 19 covered that aspect.


The Committee then voted on the motion of Approval subject to the conditions as set out in the report and additionally in the late correspondence.


It was;


Resolved that application 20/00337/FUL be APPROVED subject to the following :




·         Provision of 40 percent affordable housing on site (including mix, adaptable standards, and minimum size standard)

·         Provision and maintenance of public open space, play space (including connecting paths across the open space), together with off site contribution for MUGA

·         Financial contribution to enhancement of existing footpath system BRIT 8 from the site boundary to the A338 road

·         Ensure that proposed linking pathways to the surrounding area are provided up to the site boundary with unfettered public access and a scheme for their provision

·         Financial Contribution to and Provision of waste and recycling facilities

·         Financial Contribution to educational facilities

·         Provision of off site traffic works and sustainable transport contributions and a private management company be set up to maintain the roads, footways, street lighting and drainage throughout the estate.

·         Provision of/financial contribution to a public art scheme

·         Provision of Biodiversity enhancement contributions namely:


·         Contributionstowards aCouncil BiodiversityNet Gainproject at RoundbarrowFarm inorder to deliver a total of 8 habitat units at a cost of £30,000 per unit.


·         Retention and management of the open space as Suitable Alternative Natural Greenspace (as shownon aplan) in perpetuityor foras longas thedevelopment site remainsin residential use.


·         A contribution of £8000towards complianceof SANG provisionin accordancewith requirements ofthe Council’sInterim recreationmitigation strategyfor theNew Forestinternationally protected sites” (Version 1, 25 March 2022) toprovide acompliance visit ineach ofthe firstfive yearsafter theopen spaceis laidout, acompliance visit onceevery fiveyears thereafter until30 yearsafter theopen spaceis laid out and inclusionof theSANG in acontract forvisitor surveysin years5 and10 afterthe openspace is laid out




And subject to the following conditions:


Three Year commencement

1.The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiration of three years from the date of thispermission.


REASON:To comply with the provisions of Section 91 of the Town and CountryPlanning Act 1990as amendedby thePlanning and CompulsoryPurchase Act2004


Approved plans


2.The development shall be carried out in accordance with the following amended plans and details:


P1597.01 Rev ZA       Planning Layout       

P1597.02 Rev P         Materials Layout

P1597.03 Rev P         Building Heights Layout     

P1597.04 Rev S         Tenure Layout          

P1597.05 Rev P         Parking Layout         

P1597.06 Rev P         Refuse Layout          

P1597.07 Rev P         Enclosures Layout  

P1597.08 Rev C         Location Plan

P1597.09                     Net Areas Layout

P1597.SS.01 Rev E   Preliminary Streetscenes

P1597.SS.02   Rev D  Preliminary Streetscenes

P1597.SS.03   Rev A  Preliminary Streetscenes

P1597.SEC.01 Rev BSite Sections

P1597.1.01                  Type 1 - (S05), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.1.02                  Type 1 - (S05), Elevations

P1597.2.01 Rev A      Type 2 - (Baker), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.2.02 Rev A      Type 2 - (Baker), Elevations - Brick

P1597.3.01                  Type 3 - (Tillman), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.3.02                  Type 3 - (Tillman), Elevations - Brick

P1597.3A.01               Type 3A - (Ploughwright), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.3A.02               Type 3A - (Ploughwright), Elevations - Brick

P1597.4.01 Rev A      Type 4 - (Cartographer), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.4.02 Rev A      Type 4 - (Cartographer), Elevations – Brick

P1597.BLKA.01 Rev A          Block A, Ground & First Floor Plans

P1597.BLKA.02 Rev A          Block A, Second Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.BLKA.03 Rev C          Block A, Front & Side Elevations

P1597.BLKA.04 Rev C          Block A, Rear & Side Elevations

P1597.BLKB.01         Block B, Ground Floor Plan

P1597.BLKB.02         Block B, First Floor Plan

P1597.BLKB.03         Block B, Second Floor Plan

P1597.BLKB.04         Block B, Roof Plan

P1597.BLKB.05         Block B, Front Elevation

P1597.BLKB.06         Block B, Side Elevation

P1597.BLKB.07         Block B, Rear Elevation

P1597.BLKB.08         Block B, Side Elevation

P1597.SL.01   Type SL - (Slater), Floor & Roof Plans      

P1597.SL.02   Type SL - (Slater), Elevations - Brick        


P1597.BO.01  Type BO - (Bowyer), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.BO.02  Type BO - (Bowyer), Elevations - Tile Hung

P1597.BO.03  Type BO - (Bowyer), Elevations - Brick

P1597.CA.01  Type CA - (Carver), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.CA.02  Type CA - (Carver), Elevations - Brick

P1597.CA.02  Type CA - (Carver), Elevations - Tile Hung

P1597.CO.01  Type CO - (Cooper), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.CO.02  Type CO - (Cooper), Elevations - Brick

P1597.GO.01  Type GO - (Goldsmith), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.GO.02  Type GO - (Goldsmith), Elevations - Brick

P1597.GO.03  Type GO - (Goldsmith), Elevations - Tile Hung

P1597.MA.01  Type MA - (Mason), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.MA.02  Type MA - (Mason), Elevations - Brick

P1597.MA.03  Type MA - (Mason), Elevations - Tile Hung

P1597.MA.04 Type MA – (Mason) Elevation – Tile hung

P1597.SA.01  Type SA - (Saddler), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.SA.02  Type SA - (Saddler), Elevations - Brick

P1597.SC.01  Rev B Type SC - (Scrivener), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.SC.02  Rev B  Type SC - (Scrivener), Elevations - Brick

P1597.TA.01  Rev A  Type TA - (Tailor), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.TA.02  Rev A  Type TA - (Tailor), Elevations - Brick

P1597.TA.03  Type TA - (Tailor), Elevations - Tile Hung

P1597.TH.01  Type TH - (Thespian), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.TH.02  Type TH - (Thespian), Elevations - Brick

P1597.TH.03  Type TH - (Thespian), Elevations - Tile Hung

P1597.GAR.01Rev A Twin Garage - Gable Side, Plans & Elevations

P1597.GAR.02           Single Carbarn - Plans & Elevations

P1597.GAR.03           Double Carbarn - Plans & Elevations

P1597.GAR.04           Single Garage - Plans & Elevations

P1597.BIN.01- Bin Store - Plans & Elevations

P1597.BIN.02- Bin Store - Plans & Elevations

P1597.CYC.01 Rev A - Cycle Store - Plans & Elevations

P1597.Q.01     Type Q - (Quilter), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.Q.02     Type Q - (Quilter), Elevations - Brick

P1597.3.05      Type 3 - (Tillman), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.3.06      Type 3 - (Tillman), Elevations - Brick

P1597.3A.04   Type 3A - (Ploughwright), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.3A.05   Type 3A - (Ploughwright), Elevations - Brick

P1597.CH.01  Type CH Rev A - (Chandler), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.CH.02  Type CH Rev A - (Chandler), Elevations - Brick

P1597.CO.05  Type CO - (Cooper), Floor & Roof Plans

P1597.CO.06  Type CO - (Cooper), Elevations - Brick

P1597.GAR.05           Carbarn - Plans & Elevations

P1597.GAR.06           Garage - Plans & Elevations

P1597.3A.06 Type 3A (Ploughwrights) Floor and Roof Plans

P1597.3A.07 Type 3A (Ploughwrights) Elevations – Brick

P1597.BO.05 Rev B TYPE BO (Bowyer) Elevations Brick

P1597.CO.07 TYPE CO (Cooper) Floor and roof plan

P1597.CO.08  Rev A TYPE CO (Cooper) Elevations Brick

P1597.SC.04 Rev A TYPE SC (Scrivener) Elevations brick

P5197.TH .05 Rev A TYPE TH(Thespian) Elevations Tile Hung

P1597.WO.01 Rev A TYPE WO (Woodcarver) Plans and Elevations

P1597.SS.11 & 22 Street scenes


Updated Heritage report and Written Scheme of Archaeological Investigation March 2022


Site Appraisal report Rev D March 2019 (Flooding and surface water)

Amending Drainage Technical Note and the following:


  • Drawings 501-505: The updated drainage strategy layout showing the proposed site levels and retaining wall locations and heights
  • Drawing 554-556: Showing cross sections of the soakaways
  • Drawings 508-512: Showing the catchment area layout for the drainage strategy
  • The Management and Maintenance strategy report
  • Appendix E - the hydraulic calculations for each SuDS component on site.



Updated Tree Survey Plan (BELL22723-03D) and Arboricultural Impact Assessment & Method Statement (BELL22723aia_amsD)

Revised Detailed Landscape Drawings and Landscape Masterplan
BELL22723 10D;
BELL22723 11D;
BELL22723 11D (sheet 1)
BELL22723 11D (sheet 2)
BELL22723 11D (sheet 3)
BELL22723 11D (sheet 4)
BELL22723 11D (sheet 5)
BELL22723 11D (sheet 6)

Landscaping Management and Maintenance plans  BELL 22723(ACD December 2019)

Updated LVA to reflect plan amends (parts 1-6)

Revised LEMP March 2022

Transport and Access

043.0017.001 rev E

Transport Assessment Addendum and revised plans (Paul Basham Associates)

Travel Plan December 2019 (Paul Basham Associates)

Transport Assessment Part 1 & 2 December 2019 (Paul Basham Associates)

Ecology report

Updated Ecological Reports (Ecological Appraisal & Phase 2 Surveys 31.03.2022; Ecological Construction Method Statement 31.03.2022; Landscape and Ecological Management Plan 31.03.2022)

Lyndsay Carrington Ecological Appraisal and Phase 2 Survey Document October 2018 Updated May and December 2019

White Helleborine Survey ACD December 2019

Waste and sustainable design

Waste Audit and CEMP 2019

Sustainability Statement – Southern Energy Consultants 13th January 2020

REASON: For the avoidance of doubt




3.Before the relevant dwellings are occupied, details of the materials to be used for the external walls and roofing of the buildings, and hardsurfaces, including paths across the open space areas, shall be submitted to and agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The Development shall be carried out in accordance with the agreed details.


REASON: In the interests of the visual appearance and amenity of the development and area


Water efficiency


4.The residential development hereby approved shall be designed to ensure it does not exceed 110 litres per person per day water consumption levels (which includes external water usage). Within 3 months of each phase being completed and the housing being brought into use, a post construction stage certificate certifying that this standard has been achieved shall be submitted to the local planning authority for its written approval.


REASON: To ensure compliance with the mitigation strategy for nutrient neutrality in the River Avon SAC catchment.




5.All lighting provided on site during the construction phase, and with regards the development phase and street lighting, shall be inaccordance withthe appropriateEnvironmental Zonestandards setout bythe InstituteofLightingEngineers intheir publicationGN01:2011, ‘Guidance for the Reduction of Obtrusive Light’ (ILP, 2011), and Guidance note 08/18 “Bats and artificial lighting in the UK”, issued by the Bat Conservation Trust and Institution of Lighting Professionals and will demonstrate that bat habitat (trees, scrub and hedgerows) on the perimeter of the site will remain below 1 lux. Footpaths across open space will remain unlit for the lifetime of the development.


REASON:In the interestsofthe amenitiesofthe area and to minimize impacts on biodiversity caused by lightspillage to areas above and outside the developmentsite.


Biodiversity Net Gain landscaping


6.The development will be delivered in accordance with the approved Biodiversity Metric and willachieve nofewer than8 habitatunits and nofewer than10.17 hedgerowunits within the planning permission boundary.


REASON:to complywith CP50in deliveringa netgain for biodiversity.



Protection during construction


7.Before any construction or other works commence, the following habitats will be securely fenced off/protected before works commence, and vehicles, compounds,stockpiles and any construction related activities will be excluded from those protection areas throughout the construction period:


·         All retained semi-improved grassland (i.e. grassland within area shown as Wildflower Meadow on the approved Landscape Masterplan.

·         Beech tree belt along the south west boundary of the application site and the existing tree belt along the north boundary of the site with Ancient Way, including canopy and root zones as per the approved Tree Protection Plan and Method Statement

·         Works should avoid/protect the scheduled ancient monument and archaeological deposits


REASON: Insufficient information provided with the application to comply with policy CP50 and the sensitive archaeology on the site and adjacent.



Ecological Clerk of Works


8.Before construction works commences, a qualified Ecological Clerk of Works will be appointed by the applicant/developer who will attend site regularly (at least once a month) throughout the construction phase of development, documenting each visit, the advice issued as a result of the visit and the effectiveness of all ecological mitigation measures. These documents will be made available to the Council as Local Planning Authority on written request.


The Ecological Clerk of Works will:


·         Undertake checks for bats, birds, herptiles, hedgehogs and dormice no more than 48 hours before vegetation is removed / felled and ensure wildlife is appropriately protected

·         Ensure habitat protection fencing remains effective throughout the construction period

·         Ensure retained semi-improved grassland is managed twice annually with cuttings removed off site throughout the construction period in accordance with the approved revised Soft Landscape Management and Maintenance Plan.

·         Anticipate, prevent and respond to pollution that risks entering surface or ground water.


REASON: To ensure compliance with ecological protection and mitigation measures.


Provision of Bat roosts etc


9. Before development commences, details of the location and design of integral bat roosting features, swift bricks, bee homes and hedgehog access holes in garden fencing will be submitted for Local Planning Authority approval. At least 20% of all approved dwellings/apartments will have at least one of these features. The development will be completed in accordance with the approved details, and prior to any of dwellings/apartments affected being first occupied.


REASON: To contribute to offsetting the loss of wildlife as a result of the development.





Parking and turning areas


10.Before the relevant apartment/dwelling is occupied, the garaging/parking/cycle parking and associated turning areas associated with that apartment/dwelling shall be constructed and provided on site, and shall be maintained in perpetuity thereafter for the purpose.


REASON: In order to ensure that suitable parking and turning areas are provided on site


Vehicular access works


11.Prior to first occupation of any dwelling hereby permitted the vehicular access onto Odstock Road shall be provided with visibility with nothing to exceed the height of 600mm above carriageway level between the carriageway edge, and a line drawn from a point 2.4 metres back along the centre line of the access from the carriageway edge, to points on the nearside carriageway edge 90 metres to the north, and 90 metres to the south.

Reason: In the interests of highway safety.

12.Prior to first occupation of any dwelling the ghost island right turning lane outlined on approved highways/access drawing P1597/01/A (as per the amended Transport Assessment March 2022) on Odstock Road including a pedestrian refuge, any required street lighting and highway drainage alterations to accommodate the right turning lane, resurfacing of the entire width of Odstock Road over the length of the right turning lane scheme, a physical crossing of the frontage cycleway over the access junction, and widening of the cycleway over the frontage of the development to 3 metres shall all have been constructed and made permanently available for use in accordance with details to be first submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority.


Reason: In the interests of providing safe and convenient access to the development. 


Construction Transport Management Plan


13.Prior to commencement of the development a Construction Traffic Management Plan shall be submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority. The Plan shall include details of construction vehicle routeing, construction staff vehicle parking areas within the site, local road cleaning, and measures to prevent excessive mud and dust being deposited on the public highway. The site construction shall be carried out in accordance with the approved plan.

Reason: In the interests of highway safety and road user convenience.

Electric Vehicle Infrastructure


14.No development shall commence on site until a scheme of Ultra Low Energy Vehicle infrastructure has been submitted to the LPA. The scheme must be approved by the Local Planning Authority prior to implementation and thereafter be permanently retained.


Reason: Core Policy 55; Development proposals, which by virtue of their scale, nature or location are likely to exacerbate existing areas of poor air quality, will need to demonstrate that measures can be taken to effectively mitigate emission levels in order to protect public health, environmental quality and amenity.


Contaminated Land


15.No development shall commence on site until an investigation of the history and current condition of the site to determine the likelihood of the existence of contamination arising from previous uses (including asbestos) has been carried out and all of the following steps have been complied with to the satisfaction of the Local Planning Authority:


Step (i)          A written report has been submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority which shall include details of the previous uses of the site and any adjacent sites for at least the last 100 years and a description of the current condition of the sites with regard to any activities that may have caused contamination.  The report shall confirm whether or not it is likely that contamination may be present on the site and the potential impact of any adjacent sites.


Step (ii)           If the above report indicates that contamination may be present on, under or potentially affecting the proposed development site from adjacent land, or if evidence of contamination is found, a more detailed site investigation and risk assessment should be carried out in accordance with DEFRA and Environment Agency’s “Model Procedures for the Management of Land Contamination CLR11” and other authoritative guidance and a report detailing the site investigation and risk assessment shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. 


Step (iii)           If the report submitted pursuant to step (i) or (ii) indicates that remedial works are required, full details must be submitted to the Local Planning Authority and approved in writing and thereafter implemented prior to the commencement of the development or in accordance with a timetable that has been agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority as part of the approved remediation scheme. On completion of any required remedial works the applicant shall provide written confirmation to the Local Planning Authority that the works have been completed in accordance with the agreed remediation strategy.



Reason: Core policy 56, To reduce the risks associated with land contamination



Acoustic report


16.Prior to commencement of development an acoustic report shall be submitted to the LPA for approval in writing prior to implementation. The report shall demonstrate that the internal and external amenity standards of BS8233:2014 Guidance on sound insulation and noise reduction for buildings (or any subsequent version) and WHO Guidelines for Community Noise (1999) can be achieved within the development. The report must include full details of any scheme of mitigation required to achieve this which if approved must be implemented in full and maintained in that way in perpetuity.


REASON: In the interest of amenity


Protection of amenity during construction


17.Notwithstanding the submitted CEMP December 2019, no construction or demolition work shall take place on Sundays or Public Holidays or outside the hours of 0800 to 18:00 Monday to Friday and 08:00 to 13:00 on Saturdays.


REASON: In the interest of amenity



18.Notwithstanding the submitted CEMP December 2019, prior to commencement of the development a revised Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP) shall be submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority. The revised Plan shall include additional/revised details of:


  • Working hours – to match that stipulated by this consent
  • No idling of engines of lorries whilst waiting outside the site
  • Details of any on site generators and their locations
  • An external lighting plan and positions on site
  • Details of piling – must be continuous flight auger piling wherever possible
  • Show how the works will avoid/protect the scheduled ancient monument and the archaeological deposits
  • Show how the works protected the tree belts along the south and northern boundaries of the site and the sensitive ecology


The site construction shall be carried out in accordance with the approved Plan.

Reason: In the interests of amenity



19.No development shall commence within the area indicated by the approved plans until:


·         A written scheme of investigation for a programme of archaeological investigation, which should includeon-site workand off-sitework suchas theanalysis, publishingand archivingof theresults, has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority; and


·         The approved programmeof archaeologicalwork hasbeen carriedout inaccordance withthe approved details


·         A futurelandscaping maintenance and management planshowing how thesensitive archaeology on and adjacent to the site would remain protected and unaffected in perpetuity, including the ancient trackwaymarked byan avenueof treeson theapproved plans, hasbeen submittedto andapproved by the Local Planning Authority. The management plan shall include management and maintenance responsibilities and ‘no dig’ areas for the open green space.


As regardsa) above,this relatesto theareas identifiedby theexploratory archaeologicalinvestigation and that will be impacted by the proposed development. This will include areas of the prehistoric field systems and enclosures identified by the exploratory trial trenching in the area of residential development, the trackway that lies along the proposed access road, and areas closest to the Saxon cemetery to ensure that any outlying graves are identified and recorded.


REASON: Torecord andadvance understandingof anyheritage assetsto belost and tomake this evidence publicly accessible.




20.Notwithstanding the drainage details submitted as part of this application, no development shall commence which would involve or relate to drainage provision until a scheme showing the following:


a)    the results of infiltration test; and

b)    confirmation that all finished floor levels are shown to be above the maximum predicted 100 year flood level, and

c)    confirmation that each relevant household will be informed of  its responsibility for the maintenance and protection of any sustainable urban drainage systems within its curtilage.

has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved scheme/details.


REASON: In the interests of achieving sustainable drainage








As the applicant/developer is aware, the site contains sensitive archaeology. Consequently, appropriate care needs to be taken when developing this site.


The programme of archaeological work should comprise the following elements:

i) Prior to the commencement of development, the detailed archaeological investigation of areas of archaeological interest identified by the exploratory archaeological investigation and that will be impacted by the proposed development. This will include areas of the prehistoric field systems and enclosures identified by the exploratory trial trenching in the area of residential development, the trackway that lies along the proposed access road, and areas closest to the Saxon cemetery to ensure that any outlying graves are identified and recorded. The programme of archaeological fieldwork may also include archaeological monitoring during development and landscaping works.

ii) A programme of assessment, analysis, reporting, and publication that is commensurate with the significance of the archaeological results. The condition will not normally be fully discharged
until this element of the programme of archaeological work has been satisfactorily

Appropriate measures should also be put in place to ensure that the ‘area of archaeological interest’ that is to be preserved in situ and that part of the Scheduled Monument that lies within the red line boundary are not subject to any construction activities, such as temporary soil bunds, temporary compounds or access routes, or similar, during the course of the development. The measures should comprise part of the Construction Environment Management Plan.



Acoustic report


In discharging this condition the applicant should engage an Acoustic Consultant. The consultant should carry out a background noise survey and noise assessment according to BS8233: 2014 (or any subsequent version) and demonstrate that internal and external noise levels will not exceed the guideline noise levels contained in Section 7.7 (table 4) of BS8233:2014. The report should also demonstrate that internal maximum noise levels in bedrooms will not normally exceed 45dB LAmax between the hours of 23:00 and 07:00.







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