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Breach of Condition Notices

Date The Land The Alleged Breach Breach of Condition Notice
14 March 2018 Markwells Wood, Back Lane, Forestside, Rowlands Castle, PO9 6EB

The following condition has not been complied with:

This permission shall be for a limited period only expiring on 31 September 2016, by which date the operations hereby permitted shall have ceased, all buildings, plant and machinery, including foundations, hard standings shall have been removed from the site, and the site shall be restored in accordance with the approved restoration scheme.

Enforcement Notice – Markwells Wood
1 March 2017 Downlands Farm, Priors Dean, Petersfield, GU32 1BP

The following condition has not been complied with:-

(2) specifies: “The 3 units of accommodation shown on the approved plan no 1467/P/10D shall not be used at any time for any purpose other than as holiday accommodation including any other purpose in Class C3 of the Schedule to the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Instrument revoking and re-enacting that Order with or without modification.”

26 May 2016 The White Hart, 20 College Street, Petersfield GU31 4AD

The following condition has not been complied with:-

(5) specifies: “No development shall start on site until details of a scheme for foul and surface water drainage, including a scheme to prevent surface water from the site discharging on to the adjacent highway, has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority. Such details should include provision for all surface water drainage from parking areas and areas of hard-standing. The development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details before any part of the development is occupied and shall be retained thereafter.”

23 August 2016 Old Wells Cottage, Main Road, Owslebury, Winchester, Hampshire SO21 1LU, shown edged red on the attached plan

The following condition has not been complied with:-

(2) The materials to be used in the construction of the development hereby permitted shall be those as detailed in the materials section of the accompanying application forms and as annotated on the approved drawing 107 Rev.D.

9 April 2015 Land at Pendean Sand Quarry, Oaklands Lane, West Lavington, Midhurst, West Sussex shown shaded in red on the attached plan.

The following condition has not been complied with (relevant part highlighted in bold):

(1) Condition 29 – HGV Numbers, which states:

“Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the South Downs National Park Authority as a non-material minor amendment, no more than 3,750 Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs, more than 7.5 tonnes gross weight) shall enter the site (including Pendean Quarry (as outlined in blue on plan P4.731/16 May 2008)) and no more than 3,750 HGVs shall leave the site during the operating hours in any calendar year. The monthly average of 313 HGVs vehicles entering and 313 HGVs leaving the site during permitted operating hours shall not be exceeded by more than 40% in any calendar month.

The daily average of 14 HGVs entering the site (Monday to Friday) and 14 HGVs leaving the site (Monday to Friday) during permitted hours shall not be exceeded by more than 50%. The daily average of 4 HGVs entering the site on Saturdays and 4 HGVs leaving the site on Saturdays during permitted hours, as controlled by Condition 42, shall not be exceeded by more than 50%. Construction traffic associated with the development hereby approved in to be regarded as over and above the limitations on numbers of vehicles associated with normal working of the site.

Reason: To safeguard the amenities of residents in the locality and to preserve the special qualities of the South Downs National Park.”