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080720 | W1/08-1024 | Construction of replacement dwelling Head No(s): 61815 | 10 Riverside Angarrack

HAYLE
08-1024-P

MR STEVEN HARMAN

10 RIVERSIDE ANGARRACK; CONSTRUCTION OF REPLACEMENT DWELLING

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Application 08-1024-P

County of Cornwall

PENWITH DISTRICT COUNCIL

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (GENERAL DEVELOPMENT PROCEDURE) ORDER 1995
Notice of Conditional Permission for Development
To: MR STEVEN HARMAN
26 PENDOUR PARK
LOSTWITHIEL
CORNWALL
ENGLAND
PL22 OPQ

The PENWITH DISTRICT COUNCIL being the Local Planning Authority HEREBY
GRANT permission for the following_development proposed by you in your
application dated 20 JULY 2008 and the supporting plans of the land
situated at 10 RIVERSIDE, ANGARRACK namely CONSTRUCTION or REPLACEMENT
DWELLING on land 0.8; No. PART 3819 (8585 W381) within the parish of.
HAYLE.

This.approval is granted.subject to the following condition(s):

(1) The development hereby permitted.shall be begun before the,
expiration Of three years from the date of this permission;

(2); No development shall take-place until full details of both hard
and soft landscape works have been submitted to and approved in
writing by the local planning authority and these-works shall be
carried out as approved before any part of the development is
first occupied, or the use hereby approved is commenced. The
hard landscaping details shall include proposed finished ground
levels.or contours; means of enclosure;' car parking layout;
other vehicle and pedestrian access and circulation areas; and
hard surfacing materials., The soft landscape works details shall
include planting plans;fi written specifications; schedules of
plants-noting species, plant sizes and proposed numbers/densities
where appropriate;' implementation plant All hard and soft
landscape works shall be carried out in full accordance With the
approved details. Any trees or plants which within a period Of
five years from the completion of the_development die, are
removed or become seriously damaged or diseased shall be replaced
in the next planting season with others of a similar size and
species;

(3) No development shall take place until details of the materials to
be used in the construction of the external surfaces of the
building hereby permitted have been submitted to and approved in
writing by the local planning authority. Development shall be

Your ATTENTION is drawn to the NOTES ATTACHED. (continued).
Dated this .....19th..... day of .....September..... 2008

Sustainable Development & Design Manager
St. Clare,
Penzance.
Dec3
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Application 08-1024-P

County of Cornwall

PENWITH DISTRICT COUNCIL

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (GENERAL DEVELOPMENT PROCEDURE) ORDER 1995
Application 08-1024-P

carried out in accordance with the approved details.

For the following reason(s):

(1) ,In accordance with the requirements 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) In the interests of visual and residential amenity.

(3) In the interests of visual amenity;

The planning policies relevant to this decision are:

Penwith Local Plan.GD-1, GD-2, H-6, H-18 m
Cornwall Structure Plan 1, 2, 3, 10, 16, 26, 27, 28

The full wording of the policies can be inspected at the Council Offices.

Reason for Approval

The development is considered to be in accordance with the policies of
the Development Plan detailed above, and there are no material
considerations of such weight as to warrant refusal.

Informative

(1) This decision relates to the following plans only: PROPOSED:
OOl/P/OOl, 002, 003, 004, 005, 006, 007, 008, 009.

Sustainable Development & Besign Manager
St. Clare,
Penzance.
Dec3
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08-1024

20th July 2008

Design & Access Statement for
10 Riverside, Angarrack

Design Statement

	Mr Steven Harman purchased the land in 2006 with the site already having
outlined planning. When purchased there was a derelict house present however as
stipulated in the title deeds the house had to be demolished by the owner within the
allotted time. It is also stipulates that any new building must not. intrude into the
Network Rail safety working area under the viaduct, this distance is 5 metres from the
face of the viaduct.

	The site, measuring approx 256.42 sq. m, is situated towards the North East
foot of the Angarrack Rail Viaduct. The site is set on a gentle slope running uphill
from the front- of the Site to the rear

	The boundary around the site is mainly retaining wall apart from the southern
boundary, which has no visual boundary with the lawn continuing under the viaduct
itself. The only purpose for the land will be residential use. 


Through Angarrack the housing styles change erratically with semi detached houses,
detached houses, bungalows, and terrace housing all being constructed a stones throw
from each other. It is hard to see which style of housing: is the more prominent.

	The aim of the design is to meet current building regulation standards as well
as to blend into the surrounding lands'cape with as little visual disturbance as possible
however at the same time still manage to be aesthetically pleasing.

When looking towards the site from a distance there is no clear common roofline
along the top terrace of houses. I have taken the ridge height recorded on
topographical survey from the existing dwelling and based my design around the
same height.

	With the site so close to the Railway Viaduct the amount of Sunlight hitting
the proposed dwelling was not ideal meaning I had to capture as much of the natural
light as possible, maximising its effect within the building in order to keep the
property suitable lit thus using less alternative light sources forcing the design to be
based around southerly facing glazing. 


The proposed design is a 3 bedroom detached house. The ground floor measures
79.22 sq. m consisting 3 bedrooms (1 master bedroom with en suite, 1 double
bedroom, & 1 single bedroom) and master bathroom with access to the garden. The
first floor measures 78.62 sq. m consisting Living room, Kitchen/Diner, Office, WC
and Cloakroom. The proposed dwelling will use the existing mains services as
previously used by the previous house.

With the existing dwelling constructed from rendered blockwork and with a white
surface finish I wanted to tie my design into this however at the same time try and
take the influences of the surrounding greenery and incorporate this into the finish
product. With this in mind I came to the conclusion to keep the existing white render
finish‘on the ground floor of the dwelling but to instead clad the first floor using a
timber finish allowing it a greater chance to blend into its surrounds. The dwelling
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will be constructed externally using blockwork with a white K Rend finish to the
Ground Floor with. timber cladding fixed to timber battens to the outside of the
blockwork on the first floor. Internally all non-load bearing walls will be constructed
«using plasterboard fixed to timber framing finished with a plaster finish with load
bearing walls constructed using blockwork with a plaster finish. The roof Will be
finished with natural slate with both timber fascia and soffit. The windows Will be
UPVC framed double glazed units along with all external doors.


Access Statement

Vehicular access and parking to the property shall be gained from Riverside,
Angarrack over a newly reconstructed reinforced concrete bridge, which replaced the
original steel beamed bridge. A designated, parking bay shall be constructed on land
adjacent to the viaduct. This location was previously used for parking to the original
dwelling.

Pedestrian/Disabled access will be gained via the walkway connecting Back Lane,
Angarrack to the First Floor of the proposed property.
Proposed Perspective View
Location Plan and Site Plan

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