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Details of THREE SITES in Round Hill where car-free conditions have been imposed on new development and links to arguments in favour of the retention of these restrictions.
1. 28A CRESCENT ROAD APP/Q1445/W/19/3231412
See full appeal decision [note split decision]
The appeal is dismissed insofar as it relates to the removal of condition 12 attached to planning permission Ref BH2018/00433, dated 12 November 2018. Procedural Matters. i.e. The development shall be implemented in accordance with the scheme for the restriction of residents' parking permits.
Land to the rear of 28 Crescent Road
2. SIX THREE_STOREY HOUSES to rear of PRINCES ROAD
Note that it has now been decided that this remains a car-free development. BH2018/00881 was REFUSED
With the addition of 6 cars, Section 4.3 of the parking survey arrives at an average parking stress figure of 89.27% (the maximum should be 90%) based on just two off-beat surveys within quiet months of the year.
The parking survey (see supporting statement) BH2018/00881 measures night time parking on 23rd November 2017 and 16th January 2018.
But these are hardly as busy dates as May festival, Pride Weekend, Christmas and Easter holidays.
3. JUNCTION OF UPPER LEWES RD & WAKEFIELD RD
Additional flats: 3 Upper Lewes Rd & 1A/1B Wakefield Rd
Note the most recent application BH2020/01074 has now been granted and condition 7 of the decision document ensures that occupants of the 2 additional flats do not have eligibilty for residents' parking permits.This page was last updated by Ted on 06-Sep-2020