Following receipt of a positive pre-application advice enquiry Land and Property Planning Limited were instructed to submit a full planning application for the construction of a detached dwelling on land adjacent to Sunnyside, Rosemelling.
The site has a complex planning history.
C2/08/01126 Erection of a dwelling refused and dismissed on appeal. The Inspector when assessing the development considered the main issues to be the effect of the proposal on the surrounding area and whether it represented sustainable development. The Inspector confirmed the site as residential curtilage and falls within the definition of ‘Previously Developed Land’.
The Planning Officer in her assessment of the current application noted that although the erection of a dwelling on this site was proposed and dismissed on appeal ten years ago, planning policy has changed significantly over this period of time and there is subsequent scope to review the application with a different vision with sustainable development in mind.
The documents submitted to support the application robustly evidenced that the site have been in residential curtilage (garden) for a consecutive 10 year period, the proposal constitutes development of a garden in the settlement.
The design is considered appropriate in terms of scale, mass and layout and does not contradict the guidelines set out by Policy 12 of the CLP.
PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED 17th OCTOBER 2018