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Planning Summary - April/May 2017

FOOPA - PLANNING SUMMARY 17 May 2017

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Relevant New Planning Applications The following applications have been sent to the Council Planning Department. Any comments / objections should be sent there by the date indicated.

0670/ LBC

35 Broad Street

External and internal alterations to include construction of roof terrace with glass balustrade and parapet walls to side and rear elevations

19 May

0576/ PLAREG

24 St Thomas's Street

Retrospective application for the construction of first floor porch (to replace existing)

19 May

0546/ HOU

49 Broad Street, Spinnaker View

Installation of bay window to first floor front elevation

26 May

Relevant Planning Committee Decisions

None
Next meetings 31 May, 28 June

Relevant Head of Planning Services Decisions

None

Pending Applications:

- 3 Penny Street (1525) External alterations to include installation of double glazed sash windows to replace existing, new render to external walls (after removal of existing) and installation of new steel grating at pavement level after removal of existing concrete infill and glass blocks - Fontenoy House (0566) Construction of single storey extension to roof to form 2 flats to include raising of existing parapet wall, installation of balustrading and extension to existing external fire escape

FOOPA - PLANNING SUMMARY 17 May 2017

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Update on Coastal Defences from East Solent Coast Partnership

The new defences are intended to cover 2.8 miles (4.5km) of the seafront from Long Curtain Moat, near the Royal Garrison Church, to Eastney Barracks. We are currently applying for funding from central government to develop a detailed design.

So why are new coastal defences needed?

There are currently 4,114 homes and 704 businesses at risk of flooding from the sea in Southsea? The area is low lying and many of the existing defences are reaching the end of their life, with some dating back as far as World War II. In addition to this, climate change is causing sea levels to rise and the number and size of storms to increase. To address this, improvements are being developed.

The preferred option for the scheme is a primary concrete sloped revetment with a secondary setback wall. An example of what this may look like is shown in the image below.

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We have submitted a business case to central government for funding for the scheme. When this is approved we will be able to progress the preferred option concept design into a detailed design. The specific alignment and finish of the coastal defence will evolve during the detailed design phase.

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Visualisation of the preferred option by Southsea Castle. 

 

Planning Summary Mar-Apr 17

Planning Summary - January 2017

FOOPA - PLANNING SUMMARY 18 January 2017

Relevant New Planning Applications The following applications have been sent to the Council Planning Department. Any comments / objections should be sent there by the date indicated.

1502/ HOU

33 St Thomas's Street

Installation of replacement aluminium windows to front elevation

6 January

1936/ LBC

Still & West, 2 Bath Square

Installation of wall mounted defibrillator cabinet

6 January

1782/ HOU

2 Poynings Place

Installation of replacement boundary wall to front elevation

3 January

2003/ PLAREG

8 Slingsby Close

Retrospective application for canopy extension to front elevation

14 January

2120/ HOU

52 Penny Street

External alterations to front elevation to include construction of roof terrace to second floor with glass balustrading and access from existing third floor; and installation of replacement windows & doors and glass balustrade to first floor balcony (amended description)

3 February

Relevant Planning Committee Decisions

None. Next meeting 8 February 2017

FOOPA - PLANNING SUMMARY 18 January 2017

Relevant Head of Planning Services Decisions

1833/ FUL

19/21 Broad Street

Conversion of 2 dwellings to form 1 dwelling with external alterations to include third floor front extension with extension to terrace above and replacement windows and doors to front elevation (re-submission of 16/01127/FUL)

Refuse 16 December

1931/ HOU

19 Pembroke Road

Construction of additional garage to side elevation

Conditional Permission 5 January

1782/ HOU

2 Poynings Place

Installation of replacement boundary wall to front elevation

Conditional Permission 6 January

Pending Applications:

- 3 Penny Street (1525) External alterations to include installation of double glazed sash windows to replace existing, new render to external walls (after removal of existing) and installation of new steel grating at pavement level after removal of existing concrete infill and glass blocks

- 54A Penny Street (1916) Alterations to front elevation to include con- struction of roof terrace to second floor with glass balustrading and replacement windows & doors

- SallyPort Hotel (1241) Construction of part single/part two-storey rear extension and lift/ductwork shaft, following removal of existing rear addi- tion and fire escape staircase; external alterations including screening to mechanical plant on roof of part of two-storey rear extension; replace- ment front entrance doors and new windows to rear elevation (amended scheme)

- 62 High Street (1551) Retrospective application for the construction of roof to cover existing bin storage area to rear elevation 

Planning Application for Fontenoy House - 17/00566/FUL

For clarification on the planning status of Fontenoy House, please see below. Although they had permission from the original planning appeal they are making sure of the 3 year renewal due in June.

The 'Planning and heritage statement' lodged with the application, states:

'Proposals
These are precisely the same as those granted permission on appeal. The application merely seeks to renew the extant planning permission. Essentially the proposals relate to the construction of two, 2 bedroom flats on the existing flat roof in the form of an additional storey set back behind the parapet wall. Access to the flats would be from the existing two internal staircases although an addition to the existing external fire escape staircase would be formed at the rear of the building. The proposed new storey would have a flat roof with vertical walls clad in a rainscreen facade to complement the brickwork below.'

And also:

'Conclusion
There has not been any material change in circumstances since the grant of planning permission by the Planning Inspectorate in June 2014 and as such there are no valid planning reasons not to renew the permission granted that is still extant.'

This document and all of the other documents/drawings lodged can be viewed on our Public Access website http://publicaccess.portsmouth.gov.uk/online-applications/ by searching for the application reference.

Please note that this information has been taken from a document lodged by the applicant and we have not actually considered the proposal in any detail to confirm that it is correct.

This application will be processed in the normal way. Members of the public now have an opportunity to comment and a Ward Councillor has the option of calling it in to be considered by the planning committee.

Planning Summary November 2016

Relevant New Planning Applications The following applications have been sent to the Council Planning Department. Any comments / objections should be sent there by the date indicated.

 

1916/HOU

54A Penny Street 

External alterations to front elevation to include construction of roof terrace to second floor with glass balustrading and installation of replacement windows & doors

23 December

1931/HOU

19 Pembroke Road

Construction of additional garage to side elevation

23 December

1551/PLAREG 

62 High Street,

The Wellington Hotel

Retrospective application for the construction of roof to cover existing bin storage area to rear elevation

23 December

 

 

Relevant Planning Committee Decisions

 

None. Next meetings  7 December, 11 January 2017

 

Relevant Head of Planning Services Decisions

1770/NMA 

St Thomas's Street

Lady Hamilton Cottage 

Application for non-material amendment to planning permission 15/01459/HOU relating to external alterations to windows and roofslope

Approved

30 November

1678/FUL

Cathedral House St Thomas's Street

Construction of new roof top flat with terrace 

Withdrawn

1 December

 

 

 

Pending Applications:

  • Clarence Pier (0796) Application to allow 12 month operation

The application is still technically pending as a decision has not been made. The applicant has been advised that insufficient information has been provided to demonstrate that the permanent siting of the wheel would not have a likely significant effect on the Special Protection Areas (i.e. on SPA qualifying bird species). The applicant has been given the opportunity to provide further information, which could include further survey work carried out during the bird overwintering period. In the absence of further information the only possible outcome for the application could be one of refusal, although the applicant would have the option to withdraw the application prior to determination.

  • 3 Penny Street (1525)  External alterations to include installation of double glazed sash windows to replace existing, new render to external walls (after removal of existing) and installation of new steel grating at pavement level after removal of existing concrete infill and glass blocks

- 19/21 Broad Street (1833)  Conversion of 2 dwellings to form 1 with alterations to include third floor front extension with extension to terrace above and replacement windows and doors to front elevation (re-submission of 16/01127/FUL)

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