There’s only one application up for discussion at Tuesday night’s Development Control Committee:
Re-develop Reclamation Yard and Construct 4 Detached Barn Style Houses Grouped Around a Courtyard Area with Detached Garages and Access from Private Drive. Re-surface Parts of Trenders Avenue and Upgrade Street Lights.
The Yard, Trenders Avenue, Rayleigh.
You can download the agenda here – 715 kb
This is a “Brownfield” site in the Green Belt, officers are recommending approval.
As the officers report explains:
This application is to a site on the eastern side of Trenders Avenue 60m north of the junction made with Rutland Drive. Trenders Avenue is unmade and serves a number of sporadic dwellings, paddocks and fields, a fish farm and some commercial uses in this plotland area. The first part of Trenders Avenue has been re-surfaced in a bituminous material from the junction made with Rawreth Lane for a distance of some 230m. The remainder of Trenders Avenue and to the site is potholed. There are no footways and there are six street lamps along the length of Trenders Avenue between the site and the junction with Rawreth Lane.
Planning permission was granted on 10 August 2007 to re-develop the site and construct four detached four bedroomed bungalows with double garages and access from private drive. This permission remains extant until 9 August 2010.
The current application would re-develop the site to provide four detached four bedroomed houses in a barn style design, grouped around a courtyard area to the rear and wider half of the site and served by a new access into the development.