Planning applications for Rockbourne

You can search planning applications in the village, follow their progress and submit comments through the New Forest District Council's online planning application system. Access allows you to:

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November 2020

October 2020

Reference 20/10975
Alternative Reference PP-08979821
Application Received Mon 07 Sep 2020
Application Validated Tue 15 Sep 2020
Address SPRINGBOURNE FARM, ROCKBOURNE SP6 3NS
Proposal

Conversion of existing agricultural barn to residential. Conversion of existing stables to

garage/store; demolition of dilapidated outbuilding

Status Registered

 

September 2020

Reference 20/10862
Alternative Reference PP-08963249
Application Received Wed 12 Aug 2020
Application Validated Wed 12 Aug 2020
Address LINLARROCK, ROCKBOURNE SP6 3NT
Proposal Outbuilding
Status Decided
Decision Granted Subject to Conditions
Decision Issued Date Fri 02 Oct 2020
Reference 20/10852
Alternative Reference PP-08908715
Application Received Mon 10 Aug 2020
Application Validated Thu 20 Aug 2020
Address

SPRINGBOURNE FARM, ROCKBOURNE SP6 3NS (SUBJECT TO UNILATERAL

UNDERTAKING)

Proposal

Partial conversion, demolition & internal excavation of existing agricultural building into

3 x holiday lets; new wall to the retained section of barn

Status Registered

August 2020

 

Reference 20/10664
Alternative Reference PP-08832316
Application Received Fri 26 Jun 2020
Application Validated Tue 07 Jul 2020
Address Building at THE MUSHROOM FARM, ROCKBOURNE SP6 3NS
Proposal

The office located at 'The Mushroom Farm' has been in continuous use as a separate

independent dwellinghouse for more than 4 years, and is therefore considered

lawful (Lawful Use Certificate for retaining an existing use or operation)

Status Decided
Decision Was Not Lawful
Decision Issued Date Wed 09 Sep 2020

 

July 2020

 

Reference 20/10623
Alternative Reference PP-08798899
Application Received Mon 15 Jun 2020
Application Validated Mon 15 Jun 2020
Address HAROLDS COTTAGE, ROCKBOURNE SP6 3NH
Proposal

This proposal seeks to obtain consent for the addition of a PV system to the roof of an

existing garage and stable block at Harold's Cottage

Status Decided
Decision Granted Subject to Conditions
Decision Issued Date Wed 05 Aug 2020

 

June 2020

Reference 20/10525
Alternative Reference  
Application Received Thu 14 May 2020
Application Validated Tue 19 May 2020
Address SHAMBLES, ROCKBOURNE SP6 3NL
Proposal Replace collapsed Gable and side walls; install 2 windows to gable end
Status Decided
Decision Granted Subject to Conditions
Decision Issued Date Thu 09 Jul 2020

 

Febrary 2018

 

Application 17/11726 for Brookheath House

The application is to fill a void under the floor with concrete. Councillors agreed this needed to be carried out as soon as possible and voted to recommend permission for the work

The recent application for Court Orchard House had been withdrawn, and the application for West Hayes has been approved 

 

January 2018

 

Application 18/10147 for Springbourne Farm

This application is for continued siting of a mobile home at this location. The applicants explained the building is used by their elderly father and has been there for around 25 years. Cllr heron said the Parish Council is only being asked to confirm if the facts are correct, and not if the application should be supported or opposed. Councillors agreed to confirm the facts 

 

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Applications 17/10158 and 17/10159 for Replacement Windows

at

Cruck

Cottage

Councillors discussed the details submitted with the application and were unsure if listed buildings

could have

double glazed windows installed

.

There was no Case Officer Review available yet.

Cllr

Ash proposed the decision was referred back to NF

DC

under Option 5

as

this decision required

specialist information, which was seconded by Cllr Broadbridge and agreed by all Councillors

Application 17/10250 for Window Alterations at Malthouse Farm

Councillors were unsure if the windows on a listed prope

rty could be altered and there was no

Case Officer Review available yet. It was agreed this application should also be referred back to

NFDC under Option 5 as Councillors were not aware of the legal requirements on this

Applications 17/10158 and 17/10159 for Replacement Windows

at

Cruck

Cottage

Councillors discussed the details submitted with the application and were unsure if listed buildings

could have

double glazed windows installed

.

There was no Case Officer Review available yet.

Cllr

Ash proposed the decision was referred back to NF

DC

under Option 5

as

this decision required

specialist information, which was seconded by Cllr Broadbridge and agreed by all Councillors

Application 17/10250 for Window Alterations at Malthouse Farm

Councillors were unsure if the windows on a listed prope

rty could be altered and there was no

Case Officer Review available yet. It was agreed this application should also be referred back to

NFDC under Option 5 as Councillors were not aware of the legal requirements on this

October 2017

 
Application 17/11328 for Court Orchard House
Cllr Kirkcaldy and Cllr Hall declared an interest in this application as they are both neighbours and Cllr Watt took over as Chairman The application is to replace the current timber house with a much larger brick house. The Councillors had concerns about the increase in size as this is against NFDC policy and could set a precedent, and the effects the new building would have on the surrounding area particularly as it would be close to Grade 1 Listed Buildings and an ancient monument.  Cllr Ash proposed that the Parish Council recommend refusal of the application under Option 4 which was seconded by Cllr Watt, and approved unanimously. The reasons for this were:
  1. The proposed property is much larger than the current house, which breachesthe District Council’s30% limiton increasing the size of existing buildings
  2. The village Parish Plan proposes increasing the amount of affordable housing in the village but this application is to replace a relatively low value property with a much higher value property. This would set a precedent for replacement of other village properties
  3. The proposed property is out of character with the surrounding buildingsand is of a different architectural styleto any existing houses
  4. The site is very close to the Grade 1 Listed buildings of Manor Farmand an ancient monument.
 

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Applications 17/10158 and 17/10159 for Replacement Windows

at

Cruck

Cottage

Councillors discussed the details submitted with the application and were unsure if listed buildings

could have

double glazed windows installed

.

There was no Case Officer Review available yet.

Cllr

Ash proposed the decision was referred back to NF

DC

under Option 5

as

this decision required

specialist information, which was seconded by Cllr Broadbridge and agreed by all Councillors

Application 17/10250 for Window Alterations at Malthouse Farm

Councillors were unsure if the windows on a listed prope

rty could be altered and there was no

Case Officer Review available yet. It was agreed this application should also be referred back to

NFDC under Option 5 as Councillors were not aware of the legal requirements on this

Applications 17/10158 and 17/10159 for Replacement Windows

at

Cruck

Cottage

Councillors discussed the details submitted with the application and were unsure if listed buildings

could have

double glazed windows installed

.

There was no Case Officer Review available yet.

Cllr

Ash proposed the decision was referred back to NF

DC

under Option 5

as

this decision required

specialist information, which was seconded by Cllr Broadbridge and agreed by all Councillors

Application 17/10250 for Window Alterations at Malthouse Farm

Councillors were unsure if the windows on a listed prope

rty could be altered and there was no

Case Officer Review available yet. It was agreed this application should also be referred back to

NFDC under Option 5 as Councillors were not aware of the legal requirements on this

June 2017

 
Application for Brook Cottage Arena
The applicants explained they wanted to create an all year round riding surfaceby cutting into the ground to form a level area. There will be machinery on site for about two weeks to carry out the work, and the facility is only for the use of the owners. Councillors had no concerns and recommended permission under Option 3 as it will mean the horses will not need to use the road.
 

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Applications 17/10158 and 17/10159 for Replacement Windows

at

Cruck

Cottage

Councillors discussed the details submitted with the application and were unsure if listed buildings

could have

double glazed windows installed

.

There was no Case Officer Review available yet.

Cllr

Ash proposed the decision was referred back to NF

DC

under Option 5

as

this decision required

specialist information, which was seconded by Cllr Broadbridge and agreed by all Councillors

Application 17/10250 for Window Alterations at Malthouse Farm

Councillors were unsure if the windows on a listed prope

rty could be altered and there was no

Case Officer Review available yet. It was agreed this application should also be referred back to

NFDC under Option 5 as Councillors were not aware of the legal requirements on this

Applications 17/10158 and 17/10159 for Replacement Windows

at

Cruck

Cottage

Councillors discussed the details submitted with the application and were unsure if listed buildings

could have

double glazed windows installed

.

There was no Case Officer Review available yet.

Cllr

Ash proposed the decision was referred back to NF

DC

under Option 5

as

this decision required

specialist information, which was seconded by Cllr Broadbridge and agreed by all Councillors

Application 17/10250 for Window Alterations at Malthouse Farm

Councillors were unsure if the windows on a listed prope

rty could be altered and there was no

Case Officer Review available yet. It was agreed this application should also be referred back to

NFDC under Option 5 as Councillors were not aware of the legal requirements on this

April 2017

 

Application 17/10336 for Roof Alterations at Charities
The applicant, Mr R Carrington, had joined the meeting and explained about the proposal to raise the roof in part of a first floor attic room so this could be used as a bedroom.The alterations would use bricks and tiles to match the current building and the raised roof would not be visible from the front. Councillors asked about the window alterations. There would be a new dormer window, but an existing dormer would be removed. NFDC had confirmed there were no concerns about the increased floor area. Councillors voted to recommend Permission under Option 3, as this would improve the utility of the house without any impact on other propertiesCouncillors thanked Mr Carrington for attending and he left the meeting
 
Application 1710324 for Alterations at Nicada
The application is to enclose an open loggia at the front of the house, and extend the dormer at the rear, with other window alterations. Councillors had no concerns about this work and voted to recommend Permission under Option 3 as the work would improve the appearance and not impact on any neighbours
 

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2

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6

. Planning

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Application

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Applications 17/10158 and 17/10159 for Replacement Windows

at

Cruck

Cottage

Councillors discussed the details submitted with the application and were unsure if listed buildings

could have

double glazed windows installed

.

There was no Case Officer Review available yet.

Cllr

Ash proposed the decision was referred back to NF

DC

under Option 5

as

this decision required

specialist information, which was seconded by Cllr Broadbridge and agreed by all Councillors

Application 17/10250 for Window Alterations at Malthouse Farm

Councillors were unsure if the windows on a listed prope

rty could be altered and there was no

Case Officer Review available yet. It was agreed this application should also be referred back to

NFDC under Option 5 as Councillors were not aware of the legal requirements on this

Applications 17/10158 and 17/10159 for Replacement Windows

at

Cruck

Cottage

Councillors discussed the details submitted with the application and were unsure if listed buildings

could have

double glazed windows installed

.

There was no Case Officer Review available yet.

Cllr

Ash proposed the decision was referred back to NF

DC

under Option 5

as

this decision required

specialist information, which was seconded by Cllr Broadbridge and agreed by all Councillors

Application 17/10250 for Window Alterations at Malthouse Farm

Councillors were unsure if the windows on a listed prope

rty could be altered and there was no

Case Officer Review available yet. It was agreed this application should also be referred back to

NFDC under Option 5 as Councillors were not aware of the legal requirements on this

March 2017

 

Applications 17/10158 and 17/10159 for Replacement Windowsat CruckCottage
Councillors discussed the details submitted with the application and were unsure if listed buildings could have double glazed windows installed. There was no Case Officer Review available yet. Cllr Ash proposed the decision was referred back to NFDC under Option 5 as this decision required specialist information, which was seconded by Cllr Broadbridge and agreed by all Councillors
 
Application 17/10250 for Window Alterations at Malthouse Farm
Councillors were unsure if the windows on a listed property could be altered and there was no Case Officer Review available yet. It was agreed this application should also be referred back to NFDC under Option 5 as Councillors were not aware of the legal requirements on this.

 

Page

2

of

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6

. Planning

and Tree

Application

s

Applications 17/10158 and 17/10159 for Replacement Windows

at

Cruck

Cottage

Councillors discussed the details submitted with the application and were unsure if listed buildings

could have

double glazed windows installed

.

There was no Case Officer Review available yet.

Cllr

Ash proposed the decision was referred back to NF

DC

under Option 5

as

this decision required

specialist information, which was seconded by Cllr Broadbridge and agreed by all Councillors

Application 17/10250 for Window Alterations at Malthouse Farm

Councillors were unsure if the windows on a listed prope

rty could be altered and there was no

Case Officer Review available yet. It was agreed this application should also be referred back to

NFDC under Option 5 as Councillors were not aware of the legal requirements on this

Applications 17/10158 and 17/10159 for Replacement Windows

at

Cruck

Cottage

Councillors discussed the details submitted with the application and were unsure if listed buildings

could have

double glazed windows installed

.

There was no Case Officer Review available yet.

Cllr

Ash proposed the decision was referred back to NF

DC

under Option 5

as

this decision required

specialist information, which was seconded by Cllr Broadbridge and agreed by all Councillors

Application 17/10250 for Window Alterations at Malthouse Farm

Councillors were unsure if the windows on a listed prope

rty could be altered and there was no

Case Officer Review available yet. It was agreed this application should also be referred back to

NFDC under Option 5 as Councillors were not aware of the legal requirements on this

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