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@example.com
19/01958/LBC – 2 Pirbright Cottages Hogcross Lane Chipstead – Conversion of a garage/outbuilding to a 3-bed dwelling.
Planning permission has been granted already for this development. This is the application for the Listed Building Consent necessary to complete the process. The Conservation Officer still has some concerns that need to be addressed.
19/01924/S73 – Marksland High Road Chipstead - Change of use of redundant rural building (currently used for domestic storage and recreation associated with a dwelling house) to use as a single dwelling house. Amended to ridge height.
19/02033/F – Nuthatch Rickman Hill Road Chipstead – Demolition of the existing house and erection of a block of six apartments (2x1 bed; 2x2 beds; 2x3 beds) with associated parking and landscaping.
Objections submitted on the proposed development by reason of overdevelopment of the site; an unacceptable adverse impact on the amenities of the properties immediately adjacent to the site and the appearance and character of the surrounding area; insufficient parking arrangements impacting upon highway safety; formation of an on-site frontage of hard standing for parking for seven vehicles is out of keeping with the established character of the surrounding area and a threat to the existing green environment of the site from the scale of the development and the overuse of hard landscape.
19/02130/HH – 9 Vincents Close Chipstead – Remove existing porch and the ground floor extension. New entrance, new double side extension with additional 1st floor room and a new roof structure.
19/01440/HH – 9 Old Oak Ave Chipstead - Two storey front and side extension, formation of front porch, partial removal of existing rear extension, garage conversion and internal alterations
Appeal in progress following refusal of planning permission.
19/01524/F – Cleave Prior Cottage Bridge Way Chipstead - Proposed new dwelling
The process has been haltered again until 18 November awaiting the applicant’s response to requested changes by the Planning Officer to the design and scale of the proposed development and to remove the adverse impact on the trees on site, both protected and unprotected.
19/01909/LBC; 19/01908/F; 19/01895/ADV – Ramblers Rest Outwood Lane Chipstead - Internal and external alterations including additional outside tables, new external lighting and signage.
Objections submitted – awaiting decision.
19/01825/F - Prospect Wells House Outwood Lane Chipstead. Demolition and redevelopment of the site for a 3-storey building for mixed use development for a shop (Use Class A1) at ground floor with 10 residential units (Use Class C3) at first and second floors, car parking, landscaping and associated works. - Objections submitted – awaiting decision.
19/01689/S73 – Parcel of land south-west of Reeves Rest – Conversion of rural building into a single residential unit, variation of conditions. Amendments to roofing materials, door openings and fenestration and installation of drainage system. To provide information on landscaping and construction date.
19/01614/HH – The Pheasantry 3 Noke Farm Hogscross Lane Chipstead – Installation of a sunken jacuzzi on the patio.
19/01005/HH – 1 Pidgeon House Farm White Hill Chipstead – To create a new sole use driveway into our property.
19/01707/F – 11A High Road Chipstead – Proposed loft rooms including rear dormers and amended roof profile with 1st floor rear extension.
19/01767/HH – Doghurst Cottage Doghurst Lane Chipstead – The proposal seeks the extension of living space within the footprint of the existing house vacating the space of the current garage as well as including internal modifications to the existing kitchen and utility area, new construction of separate garage building and extension of first floor space by introduction of a gable facade where the catslide roof is currently located.
19/01831/HH – Ashleigh High Road Chipstead - Two storey front and side extension, formation of front porch, partial removal of existing rear extension, garage conversion and internal alterations
19/01770/HH – Keepers Starrock Lane Chipstead - Demolition of an existing entrance porch and erection of a new single storey entrance porch
19/01607/HHOLD - Ranworth Starrock Lane Chipstead - Conversion of existing integral single-garage into play room including removal of garage door and installation of brickwork infill and new window to match existing, and construction of new detached double-garage within the existing front garden / driveway area.
19/01278/F – 20 Bouverie Road Chipstead - New additional dwelling and access.
19/00237/CU - Highlands Blackhorse Lane Lower Kingswood - Change of use of the site to accommodate 4 gypsy pitches, each comprising one static caravan and one touring caravan for up to four gypsy families.
19/01071/F – Uphill How Lane Chipstead - Part demolition of existing attached garage and store to create new access driveway; construction of new detached bungalow with separate garage, amenity area, refuse storage facilities and associated landscaping.
Awaiting decision. A traffic survey has been requested to assess the speed of passing traffic to assess whether the visibility splays could be amended if the actual speeds seen are below 30mph plus further improvements were required at the boundary.
Court Mead Coulsdon Lane – Enforcement review
Awaiting outcome of an Enforcement review.
West Ridge Walpole Avenue Chipstead – Grade II Listing
Following lobbying by the CRA, a local Councillor and residents, RBBC issued a Building Preservation Order for the property in May and the house was put forward for formal listing. On 12 November the house and garden terraces were granted Grade 2 listed status.
West Ridge was built in 1923 to designs by George Blair Imrie (1885-1952) of Imrie and Angell. It is a good example of the work of a locally focused architect with a high reputation who worked extensively in Surrey and whose houses appeared in a number of national publications. West Ridge has been designated as having special architectural and historic interest as a strong example of a large middle-class family house of the inter-war period by a highly-regarded local architect, surviving with little external alteration and much of its interior plan and scheme of fittings and finishes intact. It therefore fully merited listing as a Grade II building.
Thanks to everyone involved in working to save a small piece of Chipstead’s heritage.