Planning Consultation2020-09-11T17:11:19+01:00

Planning Consultation

Brief

The Parish Council is consulted on all planning applications submitted in the Parish. The planning committee meets to discuss any planning applications and to agree the Parish Council response. Planning committee meetings are held in The Refectory and notice of any meetings are provided on the website and Parish notice boards.

For further information on planning application please see the South Downs National Park Authority website planning information for advice, forms and regulations.

Members

Trevor Baker

David Pack

Colin Sanderson

Carol Cantlon (Acting Chairman)

Mike Noble

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Development sites update

As you may already be aware, there has been an extension agreed to the deadline for the determination of the 2 remaining applications for development in the village, at the Cowdray Works Yard and the old Primary School site.

There are 2 very detailed letters from the SDNPA Major Projects Officer now available on the Planning Portal that go into detail about concerns with the submitted plans. We now await responses from the Developers as to how they will adjust their proposals.

The letters can be viewed here:

Cowdray Works Yard – SDNP_21_04040_FUL-OFFICER_ADVICE_11.11.21-1583772.pdf (southdowns.gov.uk)

Primary School Site – SDNP_21_04041_FUL-OFFICER_ADVICE_17.11.21-1583770.pdf (southdowns.gov.uk)

 

December 12th, 2021|News, Planning|

Three Developments – Paper copies available to view plus more time to comment

Please find below an update we have received from Naomi Langford, the Major Projects Officer at South Downs National Park Authority regarding the 4 planning applications within the village.

“Paper copies of all documents for the new applications are now available to view at the South Downs Centre in the Public Access Room. No booking required, just turn up during reception opening times (listed on our website here South Downs Centre – South Downs National Park Authority) This is my only public copy so please don’t remove anything!

I’m aware the original deadline for public comments is up so I am able to extend this until 8th October to allow viewing of the paper documents as well as more time to consider the details on the file as I appreciate these are quite large and there are 4 of them at once.

I am also aware that there is some local concern that letters are not appearing on the file. Due to additional processing requirements for handwritten letters which require scanning etc these can take a few days to appear online. We are taking in all forms of comment so please bear with us.”

Kind regards,

Naomi

Naomi Langford
Major Projects Officer
South Downs National Park Authority

September 22nd, 2021|News, Planning|

Three Village Planning Applications Now Submitted

Full planning applications for the three Cowdray & Metis Homes sites within the village have now been validated by the South Downs National Park Authority. These sites have been allocated for development within the adopted Local Plan.

The three sites come under four separate planning applications, Cowdray Works Yard, Egmont Road and Former Primary School (which includes a separate listed building application):

Reference Number SDNP/21/04042/LIS, (listed building application) Easebourne Primary School, Easebourne Street for the which the closing date for comments directly to SDNPA is 21st September 2021

Reference Number SDNP/21/04041/FUL, Easebourne Primary School, Easebourne Street for the which the closing date for comments directly to SDNPA is 28th September 2021

Reference Number SDNP/21/04040/FUL, Cowdray Works Yard, Easebourne for which the closing date for comments directly to SDNPA is 28th September 2021

Reference Number SDNP/21/04043/FUL, Recreation Ground and Allotment Gardens, Egmont Road for which the closing date for comments directly to SDNPA is 28th September 2021

The online applications can be viewed here by entering the reference numbers above:

https://planningpublicaccess.southdowns.gov.uk/online-applications/

Easebourne Parish Council will also be submitting comments, and should you wish to share your comments with the Parish Council regarding any of the four applications, you can do so by emailing parishclerk@easebourne.org or writing to:

Parish Clerk, Easebourne Parish Council, 1 Pennicott Road, Bersted, PO21 5AY by 30th September 2021

The Parish Council will be holding its usual Planning Committee meeting at 7.30pm on 6th October 2021 at Easebourne Primary School, Wheelbarrow Castle, Easebourne, at which these applications will be discussed.

Ten minutes will be available at the start of the meeting for members of the public to speak on any of the planning applications listed on the agenda, which will include these four applications. If you wish to speak, you may have two minutes only, and must register with the Parish Clerk on the above email address, the five slots will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

September 8th, 2021|News, Planning|

Public consultation for 3 development sites closes on 30th April

Please note, this consultation closes on Friday 30th April at midnight. Hard copies of the proposals are now available by emailing parishclerk@easebourne.org.

Metis Homes is inviting the local community to view and comment on its emerging planning proposals for three allocated development sites in Easebourne as part of an online public consultation.

The public consultation provides more information on Metis Homes’ plans for land at Cowdray Works Yard, land at Egmont Road and the Former Primary School, all of which have been allocated for development in the adopted South Downs Local Plan.

The proposals would see the three sites developed in accordance with the relevant Local Plan policies to deliver a series of up to 20 bespoke residential properties on each site and to make provision for an element of commercial development on the Cowdray Works Yard site.

The online public consultation will run from today, Friday 16th April until Friday 30th April 2021 and can be accessed via the project’s dedicated website, www.easebourne.consultationonline.co.uk, where feedback can also be submitted. This site also includes details of potential timelines for the next stages of evaluating feedback, submitting full planning applications and target start dates for development.

If you have any questions, or wish for a hard copy of the consultation materials to be sent to your address, you can contact Metis Homes’ consultants (BECG) on 0800 298 7040 or email feedback@consultation-online.co.uk.

April 28th, 2021|News, Planning|

King Edward VII consultation

Another public consultation is now live, this time for 2 existing sites within the King Edward VII development, Kings Green East and Superintendents Drive.

The proposal is for later living residences and to bring the Chapel into use as a restaurant. Full details can be view on the following link:

https://www.elysiansouthdowns.com

The consultation is live until midnight on Tuesday 27th April. Click on the green circles to view more information and scan left and right to move 360 degrees around the room. You can also book one-to-one Zoom sessions with the teams involved on Thursday this week – please use the contact details on the landing page of the above website.

If you have any comments or concerns about the proposals please submit them using the online forms.

April 20th, 2021|News, Planning|

Public consultation launches for 3 development sites

Metis Homes is inviting the local community to view and comment on its emerging planning proposals for three allocated development sites in Easebourne as part of an online public consultation.

The public consultation provides more information on Metis Homes’ plans for land at Cowdray Works Yard, land at Egmont Road and the Former Primary School, all of which have been allocated for development in the adopted South Downs Local Plan.

The proposals would see the three sites developed in accordance with the relevant Local Plan policies to deliver a series of up to 20 bespoke residential properties on each site and to make provision for an element of commercial development on the Cowdray Works Yard site.

The online public consultation will run from today, Friday 16th April until Friday 30th April 2021 and can be accessed via the project’s dedicated website, www.easebourne.consultationonline.co.uk, where feedback can also be submitted. This site also includes details of potential timelines for the next stages of evaluating feedback, submitting full planning applications and target start dates for development.

If you have any questions, or wish for a hard copy of the consultation materials to be sent to your address, you can contact Metis Homes’ consultants (BECG) on 0800 298 7040 or email feedback@consultation-online.co.uk.

April 16th, 2021|News, Planning|
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