Two planning permissions have been obtained for new houses, including affordable, together with improvements to an existing caravan park in Windsor for Radian Housing.
Four new houses have been allowed on appeal in Knaphill. The Appeal Inspector pointed out that the National Planning Policy Framework encourages innovative designs which promote high levels of sustainability and design and considered the proposed contemporary styled development as meeting this requirement whilst positively contributing to the built environment surrounding the site.
Planning permission has been negotiated for two detached houses in Sunbury-on-Thames. The development replaced a small commercial building on the north bank of the River Thames. On the basis of its objectively assessed housing need the Council accepted that it was unable to demonstrate a five-year supply of deliverable housing sites. The scheme met the requirements of the new NPPF being sustainable, well designed and fitting in with the local character.