Burton Overy Parish Council

Serving the people of Burton Overy

Church

Clerk: Kate Barker
Springside House, Scotland
Lane, Burton Overy, Leicester
LE8 9DR

Tel: 07827 797125

Planning Applications

Parish Council Meeting - 10th December 2019

The following planning applications were considered at this meeting

  1. Ref.No: 19/01773/VAC (DEL/NR) - Variation of Condition 9 (restriction of residential curtilage) of13/00484/ETF Hebe House, The Lea, Main Street - The application seeks a variation in one of the conditions (Condition 9) imposed when planning permission for this site was originally granted (05/00015/FUL); this condition restricts the extent of the residential curtilage of the property in question (Hebe House) to designated limits both to the north and the south of the dwelling. This restriction gives some safeguard to the overall appearance of the development and more specifically to the area of Important Open Land that now comprises part of the garden of the property. In the permission, reference is also made to "compliance with Policy HS/9 of the Harborough District Local Plan". The application seeks the removal of the restriction to the residential curtilage to the north of the dwelling but gives no objective reasons as to why this is required. The Council took the view that it is very important to safeguard the appearance of this part of the village particularly the open vistas across green spaces. It did not support any variation of the residential curtilage conditions previously imposed.
  2. Ref. No: 19/01778/FUL (DEL/NWH) - Egerton Cottage, Back Lane - under preparation
  3. Ref. No:19/01843/TCA - 5 Baileys Lane - No comment was made

Parish Council comments can be viewed here after the meeting or under 'Consultee Comment' on the Harborough District Council planning pages.

For more information please go to the HARBOROUGH DISTRICT COUNCIL PLANNING PAGES.

Disclaimer: For all undecided planning applications, please consult the Harborough District Council planning pages or contact the District Council directly. The parish council receives details of applications and are consulted on them. We can submit our views (taking into account the views of local residents), but the District/Borough Council primarily look to us to provide local insight and may not follow our view. The public should send comments to both the parish council and District Council within any deadline period. You can voice your concerns to them on any planning matter.

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