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Barby & Onley Recent Planning Applications

 DDC Reference No & Address Description of Development Barby Parish Council Comments DDC Decision

 DA/2017/1203

The Paddocks 6, Daventry Road, Barby, Northamptonshire, CV23 8TR 

 Demolition of garden store/workshop. Construction of single storey rear extension No Comments Decision awaited

 DA/2017/1172

6, The Green, Barby, Northamptonshire, CV23 8TS 

 Outline application for demolition of workshop and construction of one pair of semi-detached houses and one detached house

 

The Parish council OBJECT to this outline application since there is no off street parking proposed.
This would result in loss of current off street parking.
The location is opposite a Bus Stop where School Children are picked up and dropped off.
This outline application is deemed to be over development of the site since it does not provide sufficient space for off street parking.
It was suggested that the site may be contaminated. DDC to be asked if a contamination report will be requested since this is a factory site?

 

 Decision awaited

 DA/2017/1065

74, Onley Park, Barby, Northamptonshire, CV23 8AW
 

 Single storey side extension No Objections Approved 12th January 2018

 DA/2017/0965

Land To Rear Of Westfield House, Rugby Road, Barby, Northamptonshire, CV23 8UA 

 Demolition of existing barns and construction of three dwellings, altered vehicular access and associated worksThe Parish Council has concerns over pedestrian safety in the vicinity of the access to this development.
Elkington lane is heavily used by walkers and sight lines may not be sufficient to provide safety for pedestrians when vehicles negotiate the access.
There is insufficient space on the site for overflow parking. Can a condition be applied to ensure that all visiting vehicles are parked within the site? Parking in Elkington Lane cannot take place as the lane is in constant use by farm vehicles.
 Decision awaited

 DA/2017/0917

 The Coach House 19A, Daventry Road, Barby, Northamptonshire, CV23 8TP
 

 Installation of oil tank and hardstanding area No Objections Approved 10th November 2017

 DA/2017/0909

Grain Store, Onley Lane, Barby, Northamptonshire 

 Grain storage building and concrete yard as an extension to existing grain store No Objections Decision awaited
 DA/2017/0864

5A, Rugby Road, Barby, Northamptonshire, CV23 8UA

 Two storey side extension and two storey rear extension, with new balcony at rear No Objections Approved 26th October 2017
 DA/2017/0861

Onley Grounds Farm, London Road, Barby, Northamptonshire, CV23 8AJ

 Construction of an outdoor arena No Objections Decision awaited
 DA/2017/0833

5, Onley Park, Barby, Northamptonshire, CV23 8AN

  Demolition of garage and covered area. Construction of two storey side extension

 The Parish Council has no objections, but since this is a large extension up to the property boundary the Parish Council wish to see a condition which requires any damage to adjoining open space land to be made good

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 Approved 31st October 2017

 DA/2017/0515

Hopthorne Cottage 16, Kilsby Road, Barby, Northamptonshire, CV23 8TT 

 Listed Building Consent for removal of door and insertion of window on rear elevation, insertion of internal door on ground floor and various internal alterations on first floor to create wc and doorway

 

 No Objections Decision awaited

 DA/2016/1112

The Paddocks, Land West Of Barby Lane, Barby, Northamptonshire, CV23 8UJ 

 Change of use of land from agriculture to a mixed use comprising residential and keeping of thoroughbred horses, chickens and house dogs, and associated stationing of single residential mobile home for one gypsy family. Construction of hardstanding and parking area, and erection of outbuilding incorporating chicken hutch and dog pen.
 It was noted that this application is retrospective and surrounded by 6’ close board fencing around the site, which has a generator running.
The Parish Council OBJECT to this retrospective application as it constitutes
development in open countryside and is contrary to Policy BO-D2 of Barby & Onley
Neighbourhood Plan which seeks to protect and enhance local landscape, character and
views. In addition it will have a detrimental effect on the Oxford canal conservation
corridor. This is isolated development in open countryside and is contrary to Policy BOH2 of
the parish Neighbourhood Plan and Policy R1 of West Northants Joint Core Strategy. As with Application DA/2015/0865 which was refused in August 2016, it is felt that
this proposal would detract from local conditions of highway and pedestrian safety,
thereby contrary to Paragraph 14 and Section 4 of the National Planning Policy Framework, policy H6(a) of the West Northamptonshire Joint Core Strategy and saved policy GN2 of the Daventry District Local Plan.
The proposed development, by reason of its close proximity to a shooting club, would
result in a location of residence that would serve to detract from the residential amenities of its occupiers by virtue of inappropriate noise and disturbance, thereby contrary to Paragraph 14 and Section 6 of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), the Government’s NPPG on Noise, policies S1(D)(4), H1(f) and H6(c) of the West Northamptonshire Joint Core Strategy and saved policy GN2 of the Daventry District Local Plan
 
 Approved 12th October 2017

 DA/2016/0969

Parking Space At Garage Court D Allocated To 41, Onley Park, Barby, Northamptonshire, CV23 8AN
 Change of use of parking space to siting of storage container (retrospective)

 The Parish Council object to this application as it is inappropriate use of a parking area, and results in loss of amenity and security concerns for the neighbouring property. If the officer is minded to approve this application the Parish Council ask that it can be heard by the planning committee

Appeal APP/Y2810/W/17/3178713  Container at 41 Onley Park (original No DA/2016/0969)
The Parish Council resolved to reiterate their original comments that to place a container in a parking space is an inappropriate use of the parking area, detracts from the visual amenity of the area and causes a security concern to neighbouring residents since their property can now be accessed should someone climb onto the container.
 
 Refusal
2nd February 2017
Appeal Lodged 16th August 2017
Appeal dismissed - Storage Container must be removed