News: A big thank you to all the volunteers below who have given their time and equipment to help refurbish the Chruch Street railings. When it became known that the Railings Replacement was about to take place. A small group listed below got together and decided that as the railings replacements were the only ones to be repainted.  We happy band Giles de Mare, Liz and Carl Warner, Richard and Geoffrey Stevens, David Barnett and Simon Wager.  The Duke of Somersets estate kindly arranged for David Barnett to assist with the refurbishment, this was much appreciated.    The decision was that we carry out the rest of the refurbishment of the existing railings. This was put to the Engineer for Wiltshire Council Denise Knott who very kindly arranged a supply of wire brushes, paint brushes and paint. Also agreeing that the traffic lights would remain until the work was completed .   In the meantime two of the little gang went ahead and prepared the railings as far as possible at the church end. The only area without traffic lights that it was safe to work on the railings.   The traffic lights arrived as planned and we were off! Pressure washers and scrapers to the fore. Within a day we were actively painting.       It was great working with the council engineers replacing the railings. They could not do enough for us and in fact replaced an extra stantion by the church entrance and replaced various broken bolts in that area. They also very kindly assisted with the final painting after all else was complete.   It's amazing what a small group of like minded people who care,  can do for their village and improve it. Community spirit maybe.   So we now have a smart set of railings in Church Street all painted and fresh. (Ready for the next vehicle to run into them)

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Planning Advice

The Planning Portal recommneds the following links for parishioners

www.planningportal.gov.uk/plans -The Portals direct link to your Local Development Framework documents. www.planningportal.gov.uk/smallbuisness A basic guide for small businesses to the proccedures of the planning system and how to apply for planning permission. www.planningportl.gov.uk/apply Apply here to make an online planning application. www.planningportal.gov.uk/guide Find planning and building regulations guidance including case studies on many common projects in the home here. www.planningportal.gov.uk/permission Explore the interactive house for guidance on many common householder projects. Explore the interactive terrace for guidance relating to flats, shops and basements as well as many common projects,in England.

 

A BRIEF GUIDE TO PLANNING

The local planning authority Wiltshire Council notifies all planning applications that affect the Parish Council for their consideration and comment.

Maiden Bradley with Yarnfield Parish Council, as a statutory consultee of Wiltshire Council  is then asked to comment on all planning applications within the Parish.

The Parish Council is consulted for its local knowledge but does not determine a Planning Application, we are a statutory consultee.

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/consultation-and-pre-decision-matters#Statutory-consultees

This is the role of the planning committee at Wiltshire Council made up of Councillors or sometimes by the planning officers using delegated powers. Their decisions are based upon Planning Policies set out in the Local Plan, Planning Policy Statements (PPS) and Government Guidance.

Wiltshire Council must take into account, but not necessarily follow, the views or recommendations of the Parish Council.
The Parish Council's comments upon individual planning applications considered at meetings are normally included in their minutes which are available on the Documentation page.

The Parish Council has the right (separate from supporters & objectors) to speak at the planning meetings if they feel strongly enough about a particular development.

How do I view the plans?

Details of planning applications affecting a property are posted up in public by the planning authority close to that property.

Full details of planning applications also appear on Wiltshire Council web site, and you can also make comments on applications through this site.

Online through the Wiltshire Council planning website http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/planninganddevelopment.htm

At local libraries or Wiltshire Council local offices

Wiltshire Council Planning Search Portal https://planning.wiltshire.gov.uk/Northgate/PlanningExplorer/Home.aspx

What do I do if I have an interest or want to object to a Planning Application?

First you must view the plans and supporting documentation.

If you wish to object you must write to, or email Wiltshire Council and send a copy to the Parish Clerk so that we are aware of your views.

Wiltshire Council have provided some guidance on commenting on applications and this PDF document is available on their website. http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/planninganddevelopment.htm

Updated versions may also be on the Wiltshire Council website.

If you need help contact Wiltshire Council who can advise you of relevant procedures.

Unless you have valid planning reasons, your letter will be wasted.

Listed below are reasons for objecting to a particular application:

  • Highways – access/roads unsuitable for the development (where access is a relevant consideration).
  • Loss of light – dependent on the size/siting of the development to a neighbouring property’s principal windows (can they be directly looked into?)
  • Design/size/scale/materials of proposal in relation to the existing property, neighbouring properties and general location.
  • Effect on/loss of protected trees or listed buildings
  • Setting listed buildings on Conservation Area.
  • Noise, fumes, smell or loss of privacy.
  • Risk of flooding as a result of the proposal.
  • Loss of a valuable facility if dealt with in the local plan.

Things which are not normally planning considerations include:

  • Loss of view/aspect.
  • Personal matters relating to the specific applicant.
  • Changes to land/property values.
  • Personal taste with respect to the proposal.

The examples listed above are definitive but not comprehensive and are a guide to assist in the preparation of letters or statements of support or opposition.

The following website has more information and guidance on planning applications -  www.cpre.org.uk

If you do wish to object there is a lot of excellent guidance on the internet. Some from specific website and some in the form of booklets.

Here is an example. HowtoobjecttoaplanningapplicationEbook.pdf

 You may also make comment to the Parish Council at the appropriate meeting, but the Council is not obliged to pass on any such comments to the planning authority. 

The Parish Clerk will be able to tell you when a particular application is due to come before the Parish Council.

Contact details for Maiden Bradley with Yarnfield Parish Council Clerk are available on the contact us website page.

 

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