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PA21/02553 | Replacement dwelling | 16 Back Lane Fairwinds Angarrack Hayle Cornwall TR27 5JE

Replacement dwelling - 16 Back Lane Fairwinds Angarrack Hayle Cornwall TR27 5JE

Ref. No: PA21/02553 | Received date: Tue 09 Mar 2021 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application

Q8. Any further relevant information?

The proposal for a replacement dwelling is the exact design as
Recently approved under Planning Application PA20?00542.
The main reason for submitting is to ensure that the whole of the
Dwelling is thermally efficient, damp proofed properly and is more
Eco friendly for future generations

 


There are 14 documents associated with this application.

There is 1 case associated with this application.

There is 1 property associated with this application.

Reference PA21/02553
Alternative Reference n/a
Application Validated Wed 24 Mar 2021
Address 16 Back Lane Fairwinds Angarrack Hayle Cornwall TR27 5JE
Proposal Replacement dwelling
Status Awaiting decision
Appeal Status Unknown
Appeal Decision  

Date Published Document Type Measure Drawing Number Description View
  24 Mar 2021 Statement - Design and Access Measure document icon    View document icon
  24 Mar 2021 Assessment - Flood Risk Measure document icon 1778 3001B   View document icon
  24 Mar 2021 Assessment - Flood Risk Measure document icon 3002A   View document icon
  24 Mar 2021 Miscellaneous Measure document icon  PERCOLATION TEST View document icon
  24 Mar 2021 Miscellaneous Measure document icon  SOAKAWAY TESTS View document icon
  09 Mar 2021 Plan - Site Location Measure document icon 2021.404.JHB.01 LOCATION View document icon
  09 Mar 2021 Plan - Existing Block Measure document icon 2021.404.JHB.02 SITE PLAN View document icon
  09 Mar 2021 Plan - Proposed Block Measure document icon 2021.404.JHB.03 PROPOSED SITE PLAN View document icon
  09 Mar 2021 Plan - Existing Floor Measure document icon 2021.404.JHB.04 ELEVATIONS NW NE SW SE; PLANS GROUND FIRST FLOORS View document icon
  09 Mar 2021 Plan - Proposed Floor Measure document icon 2021.404.JHB.05 GROUND & FIRST FLOOR PLANS View document icon
  09 Mar 2021 Plan - Proposed Elevations Measure document icon 2021.404.JHB.06 NW NE SW SE View document icon
  09 Mar 2021 Plan - Mixed Measure document icon 2021.404.JHB.07 PREVIOUSLY APPROVED ELEVATIONS & PLANS View document icon
  09 Mar 2021 Application Form Measure document icon  APPLICATION FORM View document icon
 09 Mar 2021Assessment - Foul Drainage Form Measure document icon  SDQ SENSITIVE DEVELOPMENT QUESTIONNAIRE View document icon

Planning Applications (1)

Planning Appeals (0)

Planning Enforcements (0)

Building Control Applications (0)

 



Design and Access Statement.
Client: Mr and Mrs J. Barnicoat.
Site Address:
Fairwinds, 16 Back Lane, Angarrack, Hayle, Cornwall. TR27 5JE.
 
Description Of Proposal: Proposed replacement dwelling.
 
Design Phlosophy:  The proposed site, Fairwinds, 16 Back Lane, Angarrack is access off Back Lane which is very quiet to vehicles due to not many houses being accessed off it, access onto the site can be via the front or rear access which are both used by vehicles and are owned by Fairwinds, there is a further pedestrian access adjacent to the main house which is down some steps to the main front door of Fairwinds.
 
The existing dwelling Fairwinds was granted Householder Planning Approval in July 2020, under application PA20/00542, to extend the existing property both at ground level and first floor level, the approval also included a new detached workshop to the East of the main dwelling.
 
Before these works were commenced, the extension and refurbishment works were looked at in great detail and it was decided that after demolition, there wouldn’t be much of the original structure retained, so inorder to provide the best build possible on the site, a ne Full Application is being submitted to replace the existing dwelling with a new dwelling, the design of which is the EXACT SAME as Approved under PA20/00542.
 
One reason to keep the as approved design is that the clients are happy with the way the building works internally and how it appears externally, plus since its been approved, there shouldn’t be any adverse objections form the adjacent neighbouring properties.
 
Another reason and one which is close to my clients beliefs is that in building a new dwelling, it will ensure that the dwelling has been constructed using locally sourced material and builders, the property being built as a whole project will enable it to be fully insulated above the current approved document Part L of the building regulations, it will also enable a much greener and eco friendly materials to be used.
 

Foul drainage will join the main SWW sewer which runs across the site.

The site is located in a Floodzone, as in, flooding to the lower Angarrack Area, this was addressed by a Planning Condition under the Householder Application PA20/00542 and subsequently discharged after it was designed out utilising an onsite soakaway, under the Application PA21/00627, the soakway system was designed by Engineering and Development Solution to allievate any surface water run off or flooding lower down in Angarrack

 

Access Issues:

Building Regulations 2000 - Part M:

The design of the proposed dwellings will be in accordance with the latest approved document Part M of the Building Regulations and noted below are some points which have been taken into account.

The main door has a 800mm wide clear opening fitted with a mobility threshold, ironmongrey to the door is so that in an emergency the door can be opened without the aide of a key.

Internally the layout has been designed to enabled persons to manoeuvre around comfortably with wide doors and large open areas.

All light switches and sockets are to be located within a zone of 450 and 1200mm high from finished floor level, has required under the approved document Part M of the Building Regulations

New floor surfaces will be of a non slip vinyl finish to all wet areas (bathroom and toilet).

All internal doors and ironmongrey to be contrasting colours to aide the visually impaired

 

 

 

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