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Great Shelford Planning Applications at Sept 30 2017

S/3330/17/TCTree Works Five day notice to fell one Acacia tree with 60% crown die-backSt Marys Cottage, 23, Church Street, Great Shelford, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB22 5EL
S/3227/17/NMNon Material Amendment to Replace Balcony Flat Roof with Low Pitched Roof of Pla7, Spinney Drive, Great Shelford, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB22 5LY
S/3142/17/FLProposed garage/store10C, Church Street, Great Shelford, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB22 5EL
S/3160/17/DCDischarge of condition 3 (samples) of planning permission S/1749/17/LB25, High Green, Great Shelford, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB22 5EG
S/2982/17/FLSingle Storey Extension to side of property. Loft conversion with boxed dormer t60, Cambridge Road, Great Shelford, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB22 5JS
S/3098/17/NMNon-Material Amendments to (1) alter orangery, (2) remove GF side windows from dHillrise, 44, Granhams Road, Great Shelford, Cambridge, CB22 5JX
S/3134/17/FLTwo storey and single storey side and rear extensions.8, Leeway Avenue, Great Shelford, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB22 5AU
S/3095/17/TCT1 CEDAR ~ remove lowest branch; T6 2 ASH TREES ~ remove 1 lowest limb on each t

There is more pressure for more new homes in Great Shelford and Stapleford.

Developers have highlighted a number of areas in the two villages that could take more houses in the future.

The document highlights the following areas for more potential development:

a. Land east of Hinton Way, north of Mingle Lane

b. Scotsdale Garden Centre

c. Land at Marfleet Close

d. Land at Grange Field, Church Street

e. Land at Hinton Way

f. Land at Granhams Farm

g. Land South of Shelford Caravan and Camping Club

h. Dernford Farm - leisure/tourism

i. Land off Cambridge Road

Developers have suggested that the plans for the area, known as the Local Plan, could be “unsound” unless they are changed to include at least some of this list.

The revised proposals will be considered by a Planning Inspector at the South Cambridgeshire Local Plan specific hearing sessions from June 6.

“Most, if not all, these sites are Green Belt land and Great Shelford Parish Council remains totally opposed to development on the Green Belt,” said a statement from the Parish Council.

“We have recently been informed that some of the sites which landowners had put forward for inclusion in the Local Plan but which were turned down by the District Council (omission sites) will be examined by the inspector at a hearing on June 6th. The inspector has to assess whether the plan would be unsound without the inclusion of these sites. 

“The Science Park and housing proposed by Jesus College will be considered in July.

“So you would be correct in saying that there would be more housing if the developers convince the inspector contrary to the view held by the District Council that these sites should be included in the Local Plan.”

Read the document: Matters and Issues for South Cambridgeshire Local Plan specific hearing sessions





  




You may either inspect a planning application by:
A) Seeing the plans held in the village by appointment with the Clerk Mike Winter at parishclerkgreatshelford@gmail.com
or the Chairman of the Parish Council Mike Nettleton
B) At the South Cambridgeshire District Council offices between 8.30am and 4.30pm Monday to Thursday and 8.30am and 4.00pm on Friday.
 
You can make representations to any parish councillor. You can find the list here.
While the Parish Councill will take a view on most applications, the final decision will be made by South Cambridgeshire District Council. You can find details for your three district councillors below.
 
Name: Ben Shelton
Phone: 841085
Address: 2 Forge End, Stapleford

Name: Charlie Nightingale
Address: 12 Aylesford Way, Stapleford
Tel: 844763/ 07836 232032
Email: cllrnightingale@btconnect.com

Name: David Whiteman-Downes
Email: david.whitemandownes@gmail.com
Tel: 07899 930416