Church Langley residents object to planning bid in Sheldon Close

Planning / Wed 11th Dec 2019 at 08:02am

A PLANNING application for a two storey extension to a house in Church Langley is set to go before the Harlow Council planning committee.

The application relates to a dwellinghouse located on Sheldon Close, which is a residential cul-de-sac within Church Langley and comprises mostly of semi-detached and terraced houses of similar design and scale.

The application property is a two-storey, semi-detached dwellinghouse. It has a single storey attached garage to the side of the house. The site is not within a conservation area or in close proximity to a listed building.

Planning permission is sought for a two storey rear extension. This application is a resubmission of refused application HW/HSE/19/00222 for a 3m deep, two-storey, flat roof rear extension. The application was refused due to its incongruous flat roof design and the blocking of neighbour’s access to daylight.

The proposed extension would be the full-width of the main house. The proposed 3m deep single storey element would have a flat roof which measures 3m in height. It is noted planning permission was granted earlier in the year for a single storey, 3m deep, flat roof rear extension (reference no. HW/HSE/19/00061).

The gabled roof of the proposed 1.5m deep first floor extension would follow and continue the existing gabled ridge and eaves lines of the host dwelling. The application form indicates the use of matching materials.

The full application can be seen here


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