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    Decisions published

    14/11/2018 - Planning Application - 18/01269/HOU: 44 Kings Avenue, Sunbury-on-Thames, TW16 7QE ref: 781    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

    Decision Maker: Planning Committee

    Made at meeting: 14/11/2018 - Planning Committee

    Decision published: 28/11/2018

    Effective from: 14/11/2018

    Decision:

    Description

    This application sought approval for the erection of a single storey rear extension (following demolition of the existing conservatory), a hip to gable end front and rear roof extension with the installation of 3 no. eastern and 3 no. western facing dormers and a rear facing Juliet balcony.

     

    Additional Information

    The Planning Development Manager gave the following updates:

     

    The Council had received one additional letter of objection, most of the concerns raised are covered in the report.  The only additional issues related to Building Regulations (which are not a planning matter) and raising objections because of the way the owners and their builders have dealt with the whole planning process.

     

    Public Speaking

    In accordance with the Council’s procedure for speaking at meetings, Peter Bell spoke against the proposed development raising the following key points:

    • Loss of privacy to kitchen, patio, conservatory and garden of adjoining dwellings associated with the Juliette balcony

     

    In accordance with the Council’s procedure for speaking at meetings, Councillor Spoor spoke as Ward Councillor against the proposed development and raised the following key points:

    ·         Impact on street scene

    ·         Out of character with the area

    ·         Badly designed

     

    Debate

    During the debate the following key issues were raised:

    • Reasonable development
    • Will intrude into the adjoin dwelling
    • The proposal could be deferred to get the Juliet balcony set in and the length of the extension to be reduced
    • Query over whether the development has commenced

     

    Decision

    The recommendation to approve was agreed.

    Wards affected: Sunbury Common;