Planning permission has been negotiated in Bisley, Surrey, for the erection of nine family houses. The proposed development was considered to be acceptable in relation to its impact on local character, residential amenity, biodiversity and highway safety. Planning permission was granted subject to conditions.
A replacement house resulting in a 69% increase in floorspace over that of the existing dwelling was accepted on the basis that whilst this was a large percentage increase in floorspace within the Green Belt, the scale and bulk of the proposals was considered not to affect the openness of the locality. Full planning permission was granted. (Architect: Ascot Design)