Planning Applications

Land off Oak Gardens

This page deals with planning applications from developers or builders. It does not normally list changes to existing private properties. Full details can be found at the Cheshire East Planning website at this location.

Planning applications granted since 2015 (when work on the Bunbury Neighbourhood Plan commenced – The plan was a started on 17/08/15, but not ‘made’ i.e. fully active until 29/03/16).

For full details on location, conditions, site layout and residents comments click on the planning reference code:

Ref: 15/0198N School lane. Number of dwellings 2

Ref: 15/1666N Bowes Gate Road. Number of dwellings 11

Ref: 15/5521N Whitchurch Road. Number of dwellings 2

Ref: 15/5783N Hill Close. Number of dwellings 15

Ref: 16/2372N Whitchurch Road. Number of dwellings 2

Ref: 16/2506N Sadlers Wells. Number of dwellings 4

Ref: 16/5637 Vicarage Lane. Number of dwellings 7 (originally 12)

Ref: 16/6044N Wyche Lane. Number of dwellings 14 (see front page for current developments on this site)

Ref: 16/2010N Land off Oak Gardens.Went to appeal, granted June 2017. Number of dwellings 15

Ref: 16/0646N Land to the rear of No. 6 Bunbury Lane.Went to appeal granted July 2017 Number of dwellings 15

Total Planning applications granted March 2015  – July 2017  87 dwellings.
Current Applications:

17/3559N  Brantwood  application. Demolition of outhouses to the rear and replacement with two-storey outrigger and Garden Room. Replacement of timber shed with domestic garage.

Comments from the Parish Council
Make a general observation
Commentors interest: Other, Parish Council
Comments made: Bunbury Parish Council is minded not to object, with the following proviso that the attention of the planning officer is drawn to :-
1. The planning officer’s pre-application advice is that the extension should be subordinate to the existing building and that the eaves should be lower.
2. The plans show the eaves and the ridge of the extension to be higher than the original structure. According to the design statement of the application they should be lower.
3. The Garage – The scale and height of the proposed garage is too large. It should be subordinate to the existing structure.
4. The PC is concerned that the application mentions removal of hedges, but no details are given. The PC would remind the planning officer of the Lower Bunbury Conservation Area Character Appraisal and Management Strategy, adopted 28 June
2007 with particular reference to:-
4.33 Natural Elements
4.34 In contrast to the hard boundary edges the core of the conservation area in particular is characterised by shaped hedges which are of sufficient scale to be dominant aspects of the street scene.
7.11 Demolition
7.12 Within a conservation area certain types of demolition, which elsewhere can normally be carried out without planning permission, are more restricted and require a
special type of consent known as Conservation Area Consent. This includes the demolition of a gate, wall, fence or other means of enclosure over 1 – metre high fronting a highway,…

Bunbury Parish Council is minded not to object

17/5696N Full Application for 2, five bedroom detached houses with separate garages. Located in the garden of Mayfield House at the intersection of Moss Lane and Whitchurch Road (A49).

Parish Council has yet to comment.