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The Derry, CRICK, Northamptonshire, NN6

Price £375,000

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Residential Development for sale in The Derry, CRICK, Northamptonshire, NN6

** BUILDING PLOT WITH FULL PLANNING CONSENT *** TO REPLACE FORMER TELEPHONE EXCHANGE***DESIRABLE VILLAGE LOCATION *** FIVE BEDROOM DETACHED FAMILY RESIDENCE *** INDIVIDUAL ARCHITECT DESIGN ***OPEN ASPECT TO REAR***Located in the TO THE EDGE OF THE VILLAGE is this PRIME BUILDING PLOT with Planning Consent granted for an individually designed five bedroom detached family residence (PLANNING APPLICATION 2023/7807/FULL ). Once built the property would benefit from a HIGH DEGREE OF PRIVACY on a very LEVEL and GOOD SIZED PLOT. Viewing is strictly by appointment only and further information can be obtained from the selling agent and the planning application can be viewed online at the Daventry District Council website using the above planning reference.

Planning Decision    Notice of Decision
Town and Country Planning Act 1990
Town & Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015
Approval of Full Planning Permission
To:
Gidley Developments Limited
C/O Robert Davies Architects Ltd
Mr Robert Davies
Friars House
Manor House Drive
Coventry
CV1 2TE
Application No:
2023/7807/FULL
Application Date:
9 October 2023
Date of Decision:
30 May 2024
THE DEVELOPMENT SUBJECT TO THIS PLANNING PERMISSION IS LIABLE DEVELOPMENT UNDER THE COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE LEVY REGULATIONS 2010 (AS AMENDED)
WEST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNCIL, in pursuance of powers under the above mentioned Act, hereby PERMIT:
Proposed new single family dwelling house to replace a former telephone exchange within an area of private land at Mill House, 5 The Derry, Crick, NN6 7SZ.
In accordance with the accompanying plans and particulars and subject to the conditions specified hereunder:

Conditions    CONDITIONS:-
1. The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission.
Reason: To comply with the provisions of Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004).
2. The development shall be carried out strictly in accordance with the following amended drawings GA-100 Rev P4 �Block Plan as Proposed�, GA-200 Rev P4 �Ground Floor Plan as Proposed�, GA-201 Rev P4 � First Floor Plan as Proposed�, GA-202 Rev P4 �Roof Plan as Proposed�, GA-210 Rev P4 �North and West Elevations as Proposed�, GA-211 Rev P4 �South and East Elevations as Proposed� and GA-300 Rev P2 �Landscape Plan as Proposed� all deposited with the Local Planning Authority on the 22nd of April 2024.
Reason: To ensure the development is in accordance with the submitted drawings and to enable the Local Planning Authority to consider the impact of any changes to the approved plans.
3. Prior to construction works above slab level, samples of the materials to be used in the construction of the external surfaces of the development hereby permitted shall be provided on site for inspection by the Local Planning Authority. Only the materials as approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority shall be used on the approved development.
Reason: From the approved application details it is not possible to assess the appropriateness of the proposed materials without checking them on site and comparing them to their surroundings, to ensure the proposed materials are appropriate to the appearance of the locality and the proposed dwelling. Because it can take up to 8 weeks to discharge a condition, it is recommended the samples are provided at least 8 weeks before they need to be ordered.
4. The submitted and approved landscape scheme shown on amended drawing number GA-300 Rev P2 �Landscape Plan as Proposed� shall be implemented prior to the development being first occupied/used. If within a period of five years from the date of the planting of any tree or shrub, they, or any planted in replacement for them, are removed, uprooted or destroyed or die (or becomes in the opinion of the Local Planning Authority, seriously damaged or defective) another tree or shrub of the same species and a similar size as that originally planted shall be planted at the same place, unless the Local Planning Authority gives its written consent to any variation.
Reason: In the interests of the visual amenity of the area and to enhance the existing landscaping.
5. No equipment, machinery or materials shall be brought onto the site for the purposes of the development until details of the proposed type and a plan of the proposed position of fencing for the protection of trees or hedges that are to be retained on the site, have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The fencing shall be implemented in accordance with these details and shall remain in place until all equipment, machinery and surplus materials have been removed from the site. Nothing shall be stored, disposed of, or placed, nor fires lit, in any area fenced in accordance with this condition and the ground levels within these areas shall not be driven across by vehicles, altered, nor any excavation made (including addition/removal of topsoil/subsoil) without the written consent of the Local Planning Authority.
Reason: In the interests of the visual amenity of the area and to protect the existing boundaries and trees on the site.
6. Notwithstanding the provisions of the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (as amended) (or any Order revoking and re-enacting that Order with or without modification), no windows/dormer windows, other than those expressly authorised by this permission, shall be constructed. (Replacement glass or hinges to those approved would not require the Local Planning Authority�s express permission).
Reason: To safeguard the amenities of neighbouring residents in accordance with Policy R1 of the West Northamptonshire Joint Core Strategy Local Plan (Part 1) (2014) and Policies RA1 and ENV10 of the Settlements and Countryside Local Plan (Part 2) For Daventry District (2020).
7. Notwithstanding the provisions of the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (as amended) (or any Order revoking and re-enacting that Order with or without modification) no development shall be carried out which falls within Schedule 2, Part 1 Classes A, AA, B, C, D and G without the prior express consent of the Local Planning Authority.
Reason: In the interests of visual amenity of the area and to ensure any future development is visually compatible with the dwelling and surrounding built environment and the character and setting of the conservation area in accordance with Policy BN5 of the West Northamptonshire Joint Core Strategy Local Plan (Part 1) (2014) and Policies ENV7 and ENV10 of the Settlements and Countryside Local Plan (Part 2) For Daventry District (2020).
8. The dwelling hereby approved shall incorporate measures to limit water use to no more than 110 litres per person per day within the home.
Reason: In the interests of sustainability and water efficiency and to comply with Policy HO8 C iv of the Settlements and Countryside Local Plan (Part 2) For Daventry District (2020).
9. If during development, contamination not previously considered is identified, then the Local Planning Authority shall be notified immediately and no further work shall be carried out until a method statement detailing a scheme for dealing with the suspect contamination has been submitted to and agreed in writing with the Local Planning Authority.
Reason: To ensure that risks from land contamination to the future users of the land and neighbouring land are minimised and to ensure that the development can be carried out safely without unacceptable risks to workers, neighbours and other offsite receptors in accordance with Policy BN9 of the West Northamptonshire Joint Core Strategy Local Plan (Part 1) (2014) and Paragraphs 189 and 190 of the National Planning Policy Framework (2023).
10. All site clearance (including the removal of any vegetation or works to hedgerows) should be timed so as to avoid the bird nesting season, this being during the months of March until August inclusive unless alternative provisions have been previously agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority
Reason: To ensure that the development will conserve and enhance the natural environment and will not cause significant harm to any protected species or its habitat in accordance with the Government's aim to achieve sustainable development as set out in Chapter 15 of the National Planning Policy Framework (2023).
11. A biodiversity enhancement method statement shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority prior to the development commencing. Thereafter, the biodiversity enhancement measures approved shall be carried out prior to occupation and retained in accordance with the approved details.
Reason: To achieve a net gain in biodiversity, in accordance with Policy ENV5 of the Settlements and Countryside Local Plan (Part 2) For Daventry District (2020).and Government guidance contained within Chapter 15 of the National Planning Policy Framework (2023).

Imformatives    1. In granting this planning permission, the Local Planning Authority expects the construction of the development to be carried out in a courteous manner so as not to cause nuisance to others which includes not unnecessarily obstructing local roads and driveways/footpaths at any time and/or taking deliveries or working making an unacceptable level of noise at unsocial hours defined as other than between the 8.00am and 6.00pm on weekdays and 8.00am to 1.00pm on Saturdays and at no time on Sundays and Bank Holidays. You should be aware the Council has non planning powers to deal with neighbour nuisance should it prove expedient to do so.
2. The applicant�s attention is drawn to the need to have regard to the requirements of UK and European legislation relating to the protection of certain wild plants and animals. Under the Conservation of Habitats and Species Regulations 2017 (as amended) and the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (as amended), it is an offence to (amongst other things): deliberately capture, disturb, injure, or kill great crested newts or bats; damage or destroy a breeding or resting place; intentionally or recklessly obstruct access to a resting or sheltering place. Planning permission for a development does not provide a defence against prosecution under this legislation. Approval under that legislation will be required and a licence may be necessary if protected species or their habitats are affected by the development. If any buildings, vegetation or trees are to be removed, it should first be ensured that they do not contain nesting birds or roosting bats. Should bats or nesting birds be found at any stage of the proposed works, then all works should cease, and a professional and/or suitably qualified and experienced ecologist (or Natural England) should be contacted for advice on any special precautions before continuing, including the need for a licence. If protected species are discovered you must be aware that to proceed with the development without seeking advice from Natural England could result in prosecution.
3. The applicant is reminded that, under the Conservation of Habitats and Species Regulations 2017 (as amended) and the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (as amended), it is an offence to (amongst other things): deliberately capture, disturb, injure, or kill great crested newts; damage or destroy a breeding or resting place; intentionally or recklessly obstruct access to a resting or sheltering place. Planning permission for a development does not provide a defence against prosecution under this legislation. Should great crested newts be found at any stage of the development works, then all works should cease, and a professional and/or suitably qualified and experienced ecologist (or Natural England) should be contacted for advice on any special precautions before continuing, including the need for a licence
4. The applicant should take appropriate measures during demolition and construction phases to dampen dust in order to minimise its emission from the development site. This shall involve not permitting the processing or sweeping of any dust or dusty material without effectively treating it with water or other substances in order to minimise dust emissions from the development site. Appropriate measures shall also be taken in order in order to minimise dust emissions to the atmosphere when materials and waste are removed from the development site.
5. There should be no burning of any waste items including green waste on the application site at any time. The applicant is reminded that the disposal of refuse by burning is an offence unless carried on under, and in accordance with, a waste management licence issued by the Environment Agency. All waste shall be removed by a registered carrier and the relevant paperwork sought and retained. This is a legal requirement.
6. The applicant is reminded that if the works affect the Public Footpath No. EM9 which runs across the site, they may require a footpath closure and no works affecting any existing public right of way may commence without the express written permission of the Local Highway Authority�s Rights of Way or Definitive Map Teams. The routes must be kept clear, unobstructed, safe for users, and no structures or material placed on the right of way at all times, it is an offence to obstruct the highway under Section 137 HA 1980. The applicant should note that any existing waymarker or finger post currently in place at the gate will need to be retained on a post at the site boundary once the gates are removed. Further details can be found within the Local Highways Authority�s response to this application dated 18 December 2023. Planning Permission does not give or imply permission for adoption of new highway or to implement any works within the highway and / or a Public Right of Way

Community Infrastructure Levy    The development herby permitted is Liable Development under The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Regulations 2010 (as amended) please therefore see the CIL Liability Notice, a copy of which is contained on the application details on the Council�s Planning Register - https://wnc.planning-register.co.uk/Planning/Display/2023/7807/FULL
Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015 and paragraph 38 of the National Planning Policy Framework
In accordance with the above, WEST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNCIL has worked with the applicant in a positive and creative way by engaging in discussions and, where possible, by enabling problems to be resolved within applications in accordance with its adopted protocol on �Negotiating Submitted Applications�. In determining formal applications, WEST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNCIL always seeks to look for solutions rather than problems so that applications for sustainable development can be approved, thereby resulting in improvements to the economic, social and environmental conditions of the area.
CONDITIONS
The applicant�s attention is drawn to the need to comply with all conditions imposed on this permission. Failure to do so could result in the council serving a breach of condition notice against which there is no right of appeal.
Under the Town and Country Planning (Fees for Applications, Deemed Application, Requests and Site Visits) (England) (as amended) Regulation 2012 there is a fee payable each time you make a request to discharge any of the conditions attached to this permission. You can apply to discharge more than one condition at the same time. At the time of this decision the fee is �43 per request for householder development and �145 per request in all other cases. The fee may be more when you come to apply for the discharge of condition if the Regulations have been amended. The fee is payable when you submit the details to discharge the condition(s). The Council has �1app� forms for such applications, but their use is not mandatory.
There is no fee for the discharge of conditions on listed building consents.
The Council has eight weeks to respond to applications to discharge conditions, so you will need to make your application in good time before commencing development.
Material Samples
Please note that where any of the above conditions require the approval of materials, material samples are no longer accepted at the Council offices and should in the first instance be left on the application site for the relevant case officer to view and assess in context with its surroundings. Material samples and sample panels should be placed/erected on the site before an application to discharge that condition(s) is submitted.
Should leaving samples on site be impractical then arrangements should be made with the relevant case officer to view samples on site.



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