Planning applications for demolitions, rebuilding, extensions and other development work to Moor Park properties should be sent to Three Rivers District Council (TRDC) planning department to make their decision on each application, and also be sent to the Planning Team at Moor Park (1958) Limited. From 1st June 2019, a summary of each planning application is to be listed on the Moor Park website (www.moorpark1958.co.uk), together with comments made by the MP1958 planning team. Where the MP58 Planning Team entry is blank, this is because the proposal has not yet been reviewed. Full details of an application can be viewed on the core address of TRDC’s website (www.threerivers.gov.uk) which takes you to the home page, and then you need to click on to ‘Planning Online’ which directs you to http.//www3.threerivers.gov.uk/online-applications. Residents who wish to search or comment either have to REGISTER if it is their first occasion for a visit, or LOGIN if they have previously visited and registered. Moor Park (1958) Ltd strongly encourages residents to view planning applications that have relevance to their own property or if they feel they wish to comment on any property development that causes them concern. In any communication, we urge residents to inform TRDC of their opinion of inappropriate developments so that this Company is not a solitary voice in commenting on planning applications. In communicating with TRDC, it is essential to quote the TRDC planning application reference number and to note the closing date for any communication. You will also be asked to state the site address and your own address. Residents who offer their comments need to know that statements placed on the TRDC planning portal are in the public domain. Comments from Moor Park residents should be sent only to TRDC and not to the Moor Park (1958) Ltd office.
Property Address.........................Application NumberComments DeadlineApplication Details
102 Wolsey Road21/1887/FUL20/08/21Part single storey and part two storey rear extension, loft conversion including dormers to the rear, proposed alterations to the front porch and alterations to fenestration
MP58 assessment
comments
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TRDC DecisionTBA 23/09/21
19 Astons Road21/1713/CLPDTBACertificate of Lawfulness Proposed Development: -Single Storey Rear Extension
MP58 assessment
comments
From the plans and details shown it would appear that CLPD would be granted by TRDC. Should this not be the case then a full application would be made and assessed
TRDC DecisionTBA
7 Astons Road21/1685/FUL04/08/21Alterations and extensions to existing outbuilding
MP58 assessment
comments
Wish to ensure the replanned outbuilding is not used for unrelated purposes to the main dwelling. And need a suitably worded condition for any approval.
TRDC DecisionTBA 07/09/21
16 Thornhill Road21/1651/FUL02/08/21Alterations to the front elevation, single storey side extensions, two storey rear extensions with rear dormer windows and raise in ridge height
MP58 assessment
comments
STRONG OBJECTIONS, CONCERNS & COMMENTS. Follows the same lines as previously criticised PreApps that were withdrawn. Ensure all aspects of previous response are fully addressed. The extent of works is tantamount to demolition and would change the character and appearance demonstrably. Still extends the depth of the building on both flanks. Plot coverage and frontage width maximums to be checked and also all residential permitted development rights should be removed. Member Call-in.
TRDC DecisionTBA 01/09/21
29 Bedford Road21/1586/FUL30/07/21Demolition of the existing dwelling and construction of a replacement dwelling with associated hard and soft landscaping
MP58 assessment
comments
Looks to be a renewal of previously approved application 18/1072/FUL. Should confirm that there are no change to circumstances.
TRDC DecisionTBA 31/08/21
Moor Park Golf Club21/1618/FUL29/07/21Change of use from golf course land to residential gardens and erection of open metal fencing
MP58 assessment
comments
Land is in the Green Belt. The intention to enclose parcels of land with 2m high fencing to extend the 7 residential curtilages is inappropriate and a form of urban sprawl. Impact on the grounds of Grade I Listed building and Grade II Park of historic interest. As on the boundary of the MPCAA it will have an impact. All permitted development rights should be removed from the plots.
TRDC DecisionTBA 27/08/21
91A Wolsey Road21/1554/FUL23/07/21Single storey rear extension, first floor side extension, internal alterations and alterations to fenestration
MP58 assessment
comments
Plot coverage to be checked closely as appears to be 15.5% [maximum 15%] and rear extension is 6.5m into the open rear aspect. Possibly advise to remove all residential permitted development rights accordingly. Flat roofs and truncated mock pitch not in keeping with the MPCAA and revised design should be requested otherwise the application should be refused.
TRDC DecisionTBA 13/08/21
11 Russell Road21/1579/FUL21/07/21Two-storey side extension, two-storey rear extensions including insertion of rear dormer windows at loft level and construction of lower ground floor, alterations to fenestration including relocation of front entrance door, and alterations to hardstanding
MP58 assessment
comments
STRONGEST POSSIBLE OBJECTIONS. Pre58 property. Scale and Massing would be overwhelming. Extension ridge height should be subservient. Extension on full width plus the basement is effectively creating a 4-storey rear elevation. Increase in hard-standing is excessive. Slate roof and cream render incompatible with the the character and appearance on the estate. Due to large proposed basement there is an absolute need a detailed flood impact assessment prior to approval.
TRDC DecisionTBA 24/08/21
69 Wolsey Road21/1529/FUL15/07/21Replacement of roof and hanging tiles with new plain clay tiles
MP58 assessment
comments
Because a shift from concrete plain tiles to clay plain tiles is generally seen as an upgrade in the quality of the external building materials, provided that the selected plain clay tiles, especially by virtue of their colour, are considered compatible to this important pre58 dwelling and the wider/surrounding Conservation Area, we would wish to raise no adverse comments
TRDC DecisionTBA 17/08/21
34 Main Avenue21/1466/FUL15/07/21Single-storey rear extension
MP58 assessment
comments
No adverse comments re the flat roof as a traditional pitched roof would interfere with the architectural feature beneath the first-floor rear window. The raised parapet is supported.
TRDC DecisionTBA 18/08/21
52 Wolsey Road21/1452/PREAPP13/07/21Pre-application: Construction of part single, part two storey side/rear extension, conversion of existing garage to habitable accommodation, loft conversion including extension and replacement of roof, side roof-light and rear balcony and alterations to fenestration
MP58 assessment
comments
Strong Objections, Concerns and Comments. Clearly Pre58. Failing to preserve or enhance the character and appearance. Change to a flat-crown roof not acceptable. Levelling of total ridge height and removal of 2 chimneys not appropriate. Size, proportions and balance of rear dormer not in keeping and potentially impinges on neighbour privacy. Increase in depth is excessive & proposed new glazing is not in keeping with appearance and character. Large Velux window in north elevation would be incongruous. Concern in the overall plot coverage in excess of 15% maximum if outbuildings etc included. Should this be the case then all residential permitted development rights should be removed.
TRDC DecisionTBA 21/07/21
16 Russell Road21/1452/PREAPP09/07/21Pre-Application: Internal alterations, partial demolition of existing dwelling, first floor extension over swimming pool, alterations to roof and external treatments
MP58 assessment
comments
As opposed to the 2014 application that retained the majority of 1930's features this new scheme undermines this. Substantial increase in scale, bulk and new ridge height. Large area of flat-topped "Crown" roof not acceptable. Removal of 2 chimneys undermines the character & appearance. Concerns re 6 Velux windows in the flank elevations. Large extension to hard-standing is excessive.
TRDC DecisionTBA 21/07/21
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Updated 2 August 2021

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