Basement Review Draft policy and other measures for public consultation

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3xArchitecture (Michael Mozny) 30 Jan 2013

Basement Review Draft policy and other measures for public consultation Executive Summary background - current situation - reveiw - proposal policy - procedures - permiitted dev

  • Comment ID: 8
Under paragraph 34.3.59 of the supporting text the draft policy proposes to restrict development to 75 % of the garden area. Our comments are as follows: - Alan Baxter argue that the extent of any basement covering a maximum of 75% of the garden area is an optimal figure. It should be possible to increase this figure (possibly to the previously allowed maximum of 85%) in those instances where significantly improved sustainable urban drainage methods are proposed. The supporting text under para
Buller Welsh Limited (Nigel Buller) 30 Jan 2013

Basement Review Draft policy and other measures for public consultation Executive Summary background - current situation - reveiw - proposal policy - procedures - permiitted dev

  • Comment ID: 9
I wish to object to the proposed Policy CL7 (b) that states:- "The council will require basement development to adhere to the following requirements:- (b) The basement must not comprise more than one additional storey except on larger sites which are less constrained and where it can be demonstrated that traffic and construction impacts can be successfully mitigated". I have read the Baxter report, summaries of both public meetings and the proposal document and cannot find any substantive pla