Basement Review Draft policy and other measures for public consultation

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VAHE GULVANESSIAN 25 Jan 2013

Basement Review Draft policy and other measures for public consultation 2- Review of the Core Strategy box1 34.3.63 - 34.3.65

  • Comment ID: 107
Listed buildings (34.3.64) The current and proposed listed building rule for basements is that basements can be built under the garden and have a connection to the listed building of an insubstantial nature. Building directly under the footprint of the listed building by tunnelling under the floor from the outside will have no greater impact than for building under the garden. Therefore building under listed buildings while following the same principles as for building under gardens seems rea
Leigh & Glennie Ltd (Christian… 11 Jan 2013

Basement Review Draft policy and other measures for public consultation 2- Review of the Core Strategy box1 34.3.63 - 34.3.65

  • Comment ID: 71
34.3.64 It may not always be the case that a basement beneath a listed building inevitably has an impact upon the hierarchy of a listed building, its integrity, scale, etc. Listed buildings differ and so a blanket 'no' to this is inappropriate.
Norland Conservation Society (… 11 Jan 2013

Basement Review Draft policy and other measures for public consultation 2- Review of the Core Strategy box1 34.3.63 - 34.3.65

  • Comment ID: 34
Listed v Unlisted Buildings 34.3.64 quotes detrimental impact on the hierarchy of historic floor levels as the reason for not allowing basements to be built under listed buildings. In Norland, we have unlisted houses which predate some of those listed eg South end of Addison Avenue. We also have houses built at much the same date as most of those listed, which are not listed because they are not of such merit, but to which the same arguments about hierarchy of historic floor levels would apply (
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