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Details of Planning Application - B/08/00881
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Application Type:Full Planning Application
Date Received:20 / 05 / 2008
Statutory Start Date:11 / 06 / 2008
Consultation Start Date:11 / 06 / 2008
Statutory Consultation Period Expires:29 / 08 / 2008
Statutory Expiry Date For Decision:10 / 09 / 2008
Location:Football Ground and Clubhouse, Brundon Lane, Sudbury, CO10 1XR
Parish Name:Sudbury
Proposal:Erection of clubhouse with associated changing facility and new grassroots changing facility with associated community pavilion. As amended by drawing number 3848-1 rev E received by the Local Planning Authority on 16/06/2008, and by soakaway calculations (Brett Design Partnership letter dated 11/08/2008 and attachments) received by the Local Planning Authority on 12/08/2008.
Case Officer:Gareth Durrant
Case Officer Tel:01473 825858
Status:Decided
Agent:Wincer Kievenaar LLP
Market Place
Hadleigh
IPSWICH
Suffolk
IP7 5DN
Applicant:AFC Sudbury
Kings Marsh Stadium
Brundon Lane
SUDBURY
Suffolk
CO10 1XR
Press Date:17 / 06 / 2008
Site Notice Date:No date
Neighbours
and Representatives:Representation Details
Committee Meeting Date:No date
Decision Level:Delegated
Date Decision Made:28 / 08 / 2008
Date Decision Despatched:28 / 08 / 2008
Decision:Granted
Conditions or Reasons:View Conditions or Reasons
Informative Notes:
1 )You are reminded that the carrying out of building works requires approval under the building Regulations in many cases as well as a grant of planning permission. If you are in doubt as to whether or not the work, the subject of this planning permission, requires such approval, then you are invited to contact the Building Control Group of Babergh District Council at the Council Offices # general telephone number 01473-822801.
2 )Your attention is drawn to the provisions of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (Part III), which require any person providing a building or premises to which the public are admitted to make provisions for the needs of disabled people.
3 )There is a suspicion that the site may be contaminated or affected by ground gases. You should be aware that the responsibility for the safe development and secure occupancy of the site rests with the developer. Unless agreed with the Local Planning Authority, you must not carry out any development work (including demolition or site preparation) until the requirements of condition 4 of this planning permission have been met, or without the prior approval of the Local Planning Authority. The developer shall ensure that any reports relating to site investigations and subsequent remediation strategies shall be forwarded for comment to the following bodies: Local Planning Authority Environmental Services Building Inspector Environment Agency Any site investigation and remediation strategies in respect of site contamination (including ground gases) shall be carried out in accordance with current approved standards and codes of practice. The applicant/developer is advised, in connection with the above condition(s) requiring the submission of a strategy to establish the presence of land contaminants and any necessary investigation and remediation measures, to contact the Council's Environmental Services on 01473 8258900.
4 )Public footpath No. 32 gives access to the development site but does not appear to be affected by it. The Rights of Way Officer of the Local Highway Authority at Suffolk County Council has provided the following statements and guidance for the benefit of the applicant/developer; i) There must be no interference with the surface right of way as a result of the development. ii) The right of way must be kept clear and unobstructed for users and no structures placed upon the right of way. iii) Any damage to the surface of the path as a result of the development must be made good by the applicant. iv) The County Highway Authority is not responsible for maintenance and repair of the route beyond the wear and tear of normal use for its status (ie footpath, bridleway, restricted byway etc) and it will seek to recover the costs of any such damage that it has to remedy. v) The County Highway Authority must approve any proposed works to the surface of the path. vi) The applicant should have private rights to take motorised vehicles over the public right of way. Without lawful authority it is an offence under the Road Traffic Act 1988 to take a motorised vehicle over a public right of way other than a byway. The County Council does not keep records of private rights. vii) If the public right of way is temporarily affected by works which will require it to be closed, a Traffic Regulation Order will need to be sought from the County Council. A fee is payable for this service. viii) There may be other public rights of way that exist over this land that have not been registered on the definitive map. These paths are either historical paths that were never claimed under the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949, or paths that have been created by public use giving the presumption of dedication by the land owner whether under the Highways Act 1980 or by Common Law. The County Highways Authority is not aware of any such claims.
5 )This permission contains conditions that have to be discharged before the development or use commences. If you do not comply with the condition precedent you could invalidate this permission. A condition precedent cannot legally be complied with retrospectively and a new application may be required.
6 )The Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service has inspected the application and has provided the following comments; Access and Fire Fighting Facilities Access to buildings for fire appliances and fire fighters must meet with the requirements specified in Building Regulations 2000 Approved Document B, Volume 2, 2006 Edition Part B5, Sections 16 and 18 in the case of buildings other than dwellinghouses. These requirements may be satisfied with other equivalent standards relating to access for fire fighting. Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service also requires a minimum carrying capacity for hard standing for pumping appliances of 18 tonnes, not 12.5 tonnes detailed in the Building Regulations 2000 Approved Document B, 2006 Edition. Water supplies No additional water supply for fire fighting purposes is required in respect of this planning application. Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service recommend consideration of the life safety and financial benefits derived from the provision of a commercial sprinkler system, A system, installed and maintained in accordance with current standards can, in the event of fire: Actively save lives and prevent injuries Reduce property damage Minimise the amount of water used to extinguish a fire by restricting the growth of that fire.
Appeal Received Date:This case has no appeals against it
Unfortunately the consultation period for this application is not open. Please contact the case officer directly if you have any questions.

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