Application Details

Application Reference Number:
A210136
Application Type:
Householder Planning
Proposal:
EXTENSION TO EXISTING HOUSE
Decision:
Approved Subject to Conditions
Agent:
David Thomas
Applicant:
S Jones
Location:
Blaenpant, Dihewyd, Lampeter, SA48 7PJ
Ward:
Community:
Officer:
Sian Holder
Received Date:
10-02-2021
Valid Date:
10-02-2021
Proposed Committee Date:
Decision Issued Date:
06-04-2021
Application Status:
Decision Issued
 

Documents

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Plans / Drawings The Location Plan Download
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Representations

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Highways & Environmental Services
Land Drainage Recommendation
We refer to your planning consultation relating to the above site and we would like to make the following recommendations:

Recommendations
- Soakaways should not be located within 6m of a road or building. The application should be accompanied by the site and hydraulic design of the proposed soakaways and the results of the percolation test in accordance with BRE365 or supervening documents to ensure that ground conditions are adequate.
- Soakaways are only an acceptable method of surface water drainage should ground conditions prove suitable. If the existing soils are not satisfactory for infiltration alone an alternative scheme for the disposal of surface water from the site should be submitted to the Authority for assessment.
- Any new surfacing, including patios or paths, should be constructed from permeable materials.
- Increased surface water run-off resulting from the construction of the new development shall be trapped and disposed of onsite so as not to flow onto adjoining properties or land.
- The adjacent watercourses at each site should remain open and unaffected by the proposed development. No part of the watercourses should be culverted.

Reason
- To eliminate the risk of flooding, reduce the impact of the development of the natural environment and to ensure the proposal will not cause any flooding.

Informatives
- SuDS Approval is required. No development can commence until approval has been granted by the SuDS Approval Body (SAB) as well as planning. It is therefore recommended that the applicant contact the SAB as soon as possible to discuss the SuDS Application.
- Further information can be found on Ceredigion County Council’s website http://www.ceredigion.gov.uk/resident/planning-building-control-and-sustainable-drainage-body-sab/sustainable-drainage-approval-body-sab/.
26-03-2021 14:38:07 N/A
Natural Resources Wales response