Planning

Planning Applications

The Parish Council has been consulted on the following planning applications.  In accordance with the temporary changes to the parish council's method of commenting on applications, members of the public wishing to comment to the parish council should email the clerk with 5 days of the application appearing here.

28 May 2020
PA20/03936 - 10 Manor Farm Road:
To reduce crown of Oak tree situated in back garden Link to Cornnwall Council's Planning Register

28 May 2020
PA20/03943 - Cornelius House, The Drive, Duporth
: Works to trees namely Beech (1) remove branches - Beech (2) remove branches - Beech (3) fell - Beech (4) remove branches - Beech (5) remove branches - subject to a Tree Preservation Order Link to Cornwall Council's Planning Register 

6 May 2020
PA20/02622 - 1 Barkhouse Lane:
 Insert new ground floor window, remove existing makeshift garage roller door and finish as existing exterior and paint the exterior woodwork .  Link to Cornwall Council's Planning Register

Response to Cornwall Council: The Parish Council has no objections to the proposal provided the WHS Planning Officer and the Conservation Officer are content.

4 May 2020
PA20/02255 and 56 (LBC) - Rashleigh Arms
: Retrospective Proposed External Works to Grade II Listed Building Link to Cornwall Council's planning register 

Response to Cornwall Council: The Parish Council objects to these retrospective planning applications for the following reasons:
1. The smooth, regular granite slabs and the plasticised decking are completely out of character and inappropriate for this setting.
2. The proposed metal veranda supports are too ornate and again inappropriate and out of character for the setting.  the plan indicates that these metal structures are to replace the 10 timber uprights to the pergola so if the plan is agreed there will be too many of them.  In the opinion of the parish council a better fit would be to install a small number of street lights, similar to the ones at the lower end of Charlestown Road, with similar lanterns already a part of the lighting fixed to the front of the Rashleigh.
3. The historic cobbles are part of and at the same level as the former ore floor and they are way below the level of the garden.  The parish council does not believe that the construction of a decking area was necessary in order to preserve them - a simple layer of sand would have sufficed.
4. The cobbles could be considered to be a heritage asset with archaelogical interest - these applications do not preserve those elements of the setting that make a positive contribution to the asset (NPPF para 200).
5. The application does not sustain or enhance the significance of the heritage asset or make a positive contribution to the local character and distinctiveness of the asset (NPPF para 192).  The original application PA18/10468 did satisfy the requirements of paras 185 - 202 of the NPPF and should remain as the only acceptable proposal.

The parish council has always tried to to support the views of the Conservation Officer but in this instance disagrees with her advice.  Furthermore the parish council would like to remind the Planning Authority that St Austell Brewery continues to be in breach of planning regulations. 

 

30 April 2020
PA20/02604 - 36 Duporth Road
: Listed Building Consent for replacement of bitumen flat roof covering at rear of property with new EPDM rubber roof material link to Cornwall Council's planning register

Response to Cornwall Council: The Parish Council has no objections to the proposal.

 

23 April 2020
PA20/02990 - 12 Duporth Bay:
First floor extension and improvements with variation of condition 2 of decision PA20/00222 dated 05/03/2020 Link to Cornwall Council's Planning Portal
 
Response to Cornwall Council: The Parish Council has no objections to the proposal. 

 

17 April 2020
PA20/02866 - Little Haywood, Church Road
: Partial demolition of garage and reconstruction to form an integral part of dwelling along with rear extension, alterations to render and porch alterations Link to Cornwall Council's Planning Portal
 
Response to Cornwall Council: The Parish Council has no objections but would ask the Planning Officer to give careful consideration to the type of render that should be used.


9 April 2020
PA20/02452178  -  17B Ridgewood Close: Proposed new entrance formed to property off Porthpean Beach Road Link to Cornwall Council's Planning Portal

Response to Cornwall Council: The parish council strongly objects to the proposal on safety grounds due to the proposed entrance's close proximity to the junction with Porthpean Road.  Visibility when exiting the proposed entrance will be limited and this is a very busy junction during the summer months, with cars often entering Porthpean Beach Road at speed.  Whilst the council appreciates that there are other drives exiting onto Porthpean Beach Road, these are further down the road and have a satisfactory line of visibility.

If the Planning Officer is minded to approve the application, she is asked to speak to the Parish Clerk in the first instance. 

PA20/02339 - 47 Duporth Bay: Demolition of first floor conservatory and new first floor extension forming additional bedrooms and alterations to the main house Link to Cornwall Council's Planning Portal 

Response to Cornwall Council: The parish council has no objections to the proposal.
 

7 April 2020
33 Duporth Road, Charlestown:
Listed Building Consent for the replacement of front door and reveal

http://planning.cornwall.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=Q7I0K2FGMI000&activeTab=summary 

Response to Cornwall Council: Provided the Conservation Officer is content, the parish council has no objections to the proposal.

3 April 2020 
35 Quay Road, Charlestown: Replacement of existing roof covering with like for like Delabole slates; and the construction of a roof access hatch 

http://planning.cornwall.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=Q7AAP5FGHK300&activeTab=summary 

http://planning.cornwall.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=Q7AAP6FGHK400&activeTab=summary 

Response submitted to Cornwall Council: Provided the Conservation Officer is content, the pairsh council has no objections to the proposal.

 

 Arncliffe, Porthpean Beach Road: Removal of bungalow roof and construction of first floor extension, plus extension to the north west end of the property with variation of condition 2 of decision PA19/08084 dated 24/01/2020

 http://planning.cornwall.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=Q731MPFGKSR00&activeTab=summary

Response to Cornwall Council: The Parish Council has no objections to the proposal.


 

Neighbourhood Plan 

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