Removal of raised front steps and porch, enlargement of garage, first floor front extension, single storey rear extension, roof alterations to incorporate rear dormer with Juliet balcony and front rooflights, steps to rear garden and elevational alterations. (PART RETROSPECTIVE).
Members having considered the report, objections and representations RESOLVED that PERMISSION BE GRANTED as recommended, subject to the conditions set out in the report and to the following conditions:
i) Within 3 months of the date of this decision notice details of landscaping treatment of the rear garden shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The site shall be landscaped strictly in accordance with the approved details in the first planting season after completion or first occupation of the development, whichever is the sooner. Details shall include:
1. A scaled plan showing all existing vegetation to be retained and trees and plants to be planted which shall include use of a minimum of 30% native plant species of home grown stock (where possible) and no invasive species
2. Proposed hardstanding and any boundary treatment
3. A schedule detailing sizes and numbers of all proposed trees/plants
4. Sufficient specification to endure successful establishment and survival of new planting.
(ii) There shall be no excavation or raising or lowering of levels within the prescribed root protection area of retained trees unless agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
(iii) Any new tree(s) that die(s), are/is removed or become(s) severely damaged or diseased shall be replaced and any new planting (other than trees) which dies, is removed, becomes severely damaged or diseased within five years of planting shall be replaced. Unless further specific permission has been given by the Local Planning Authority, replacement planting shall be in accordance with the approved details
Reason: In order to comply with Policies 37, 73 and 74 of the Bromley Local Plan to secure a visually satisfactory setting for the development and to protect neighbouring amenity.