229 CLEVEDON ROAD, TICKENHAM PPA
EXTENSIONS TO THE EXISTING PROPERTY
▪ The property could be increased in size through extensions (side, rear and roof) and this could be done via Permitted Development Rights (subject to certain caveats/exclusions) or a formal planning application should the proposal require planning consent. ▪ Should planning permission be required, Policy DM12 would allow an increase by up to 50% of the original property and provided there is no greater impact on the openness of the Green Belt. ▪ Any extensions would need to appear subservient to the existing property and in keeping with the character and appearance (unless alterations to the appearance of the property are also proposed), and carefully designed to ensure there is no unacceptable impacts upon the amenity of adjacent properties.
A REPLACEMENT DWELLING
▪ The existing property could be replaced with a larger property (provided the existing property is not a replacement dwelling) and Policy DM12 allows an increase by up to 50%. Any increase in excess of that would be regarded to be materially larger, and so resisted.
▪ The relationship to the adjacent properties would need to be considered and
respected, and the building line should not be breached. It must also be
demonstrated that there is no greater impact on openness.
REDEVELOPMENT TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL HOUSING
▪ The existing property could be demolished to accommodate a redevelopment comprising a semi-detached pair under NPPF Paragraph 145(g) provided there is no greater impact on the openness of the Green Belt. It is considered unlikely that a redevelopment in excess of this (such as development beyond the existing built-up part of the site, in the rear garden) would be supported.
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