Village News

29th Jan 2018 Last updated at 11:52

Chipstead Planning Applications to January 2018

You can examine any of these applications in detail on the planning section of the RBBC website at:

http://planning.reigate-banstead.gov.uk/online-applications/search.do?action=advanced

 The CRA carries out an assessment of each planning application based upon the information presented on the RBBC website and the planning rules in force at the time.  If additional clarification is required, we will contact the RBBC planning officer concerned and/or our local councillor. It is not possible for the CRA to proactively contact individual residents who may be affected by a planning application, so if you have a strong objection or have additional information, please contact the CRA at:  [email protected]

 17/02688/HHOLD - 25 Old Oak Avenue Chipstead - Proposed two storey side extension, first floor rear extension and single storey front extension

Objections submitted on the basis of the development being out of keeping with and having an adverse effect on the visual amenity of the area; adverse impact on the scale and character of the dwelling and not taking into account that the plot has been recently sub-divided and another dwelling built and thus the proposed development would have an adverse impact on the amenity of this close, neighbouring property.

 17/03019/HHOLD – Starrock Lodge Chipstead - Removal of the existing garage door, conversion of existing garage and construction of single-storey front extension, forming new habitable room, larger entrance hall and open porch

No objections

 17/02936/HHOLD – Sunny Acres Doghurst Lane Chipstead - Revision of the installation of automated inward swing access and exit gates to residential dwelling off Doghurst Lane pertaining to approved planning ref 17/01188

No objections

 Previous Applications

 17/02674/LBC - Bakehouse Cottage 19 Southerns Lane Chipstead – Grade II listed – Reinstatement of existing door and window to rear hall and living room south elevation, cutting-down of window openings to dining room south elevation to create new doors, two new windows and new fireplace/chimney to west elevation of dining room, removal of wall between existing kitchen and bathroom to create new kitchen/dining/utility rooms (with reduction in floor levels and new external canopy), new entrance and open porch, new ground floor wc, relocation of bathroom from ground to first floor (with conservation rooflights).

Awaiting decision, following the Conservation Officer's comments in December recommending amendments and suggesting conditions to be included if permission is granted.  

 17/02430/HHOLD - Compton 45 Hollymeoak Road Chipstead - The construction of a two-storey extension to both sides of the existing property, which will incorporate an attached double garage, following the demolition of the existing single detached garage.

Approved

 17/02576/HHOLD - 62 Outwood Lane Chipstead - Two storey side extension

Approved

 17/02544/HHOLD - Seren View Hazelwood Lane Chipstead - First floor extension to chalet bungalow to create a two-storey house and a proposed detached garage.

Approved

 17/02280/HHOLD - 61 Lackford Road Chipstead - Erection of a two-storey side extension incorporating a new attached garage and utility room replacing the existing facilities

Approved

 17/02291/HHOLD - The Ruffetts Outwood Lane Chipstead - Demolition of side garage and single storey rear extension, and replacement with one and two storey rear and side extension

Approved

 17/02283/HHOLD - Windover Coulsdon Lane Chipstead - Loft extension, external & internal associated works, additional dormer & replacement / alterations of existing dormers.

Approved

 Related Applications

 17/06297 – Lion Green Car Park – Five x 5 to 7 storey blocks in total containing 157 residential units

 17/06217 – CALAT Coulsdon Centre 41 Malcolm Road – Refurbishment and extension to include a multi-purpose function hall and medical facility

 17/06216 – Coulsdon Youth and Social Centre – Demolition and erection of 33 residential units

These applications although in LB Croydon, the CRA will be objecting to them because of the potential for damage to Chipstead should permission be granted.  The cumulative impact of the traffic generated from these developments on top of that from the Cane Hill development has not been either properly or adequately considered.