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The alterations to the plan form of the property at ground and lower ground floor, including the removal of walls and partitions, insertion of partitioning and staircase, by reason of inappropriate location and design, cause harm to the special architectural and historic interest, and heritage significance, of the listed building. The works are contrary to policies of the Development Plan, in particular policy CL4 of the Consolidated Local Plan 2015, and the requirements of the National Planning Policy Framework.
Refused despite pre-app adviceTo assist applicants in finding solutions to problems arising in relation to their development proposals the Local Planning Authority has produced planning policies, and provided written guidance, all of which are available on the Council's website, and offers a pre-application advice service.
Pre-application advice was sought and provided. Unfortunately, this advice was not adhered to. Nevertheless, the Council is ready to enter into discussions with the applicants through the advice service to assist in the preparation of a new planning application.
Policies of Particular RelevanceYou are advised that this application was determined by the Local Planning authority with regard to Development Plan policies including relevant policies contained within the London Plan 2015 (Consolidated with Alterations since 2011); the Consolidated Local Plan 2015 and the 'Saved' policies of the Unitary Development Plan adopted 25 May 2002.
This case has not been appealed.
The consultation period for this application has ended.
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