Planning Permission Granted for new Infill Dwelling at Drayton
Vale of White Horse District Council has granted planning permission for a 3-bed family dwellinghouse on an infill site within a Conservation Area.
The Council’s Officer accepted that the gap between two existing houses was not important to the understanding of how the Conservation Area had developed over time and was content that the design of the dwelling would be acceptable, by virtue of its careful siting and the proposal’s use of vernacular features.
JPPC submitted the planning application and prepared a justificatory statement, including a consideration of how the character of the relevant part of the Conservation Area has changed over time.
Architect: The Anderson Orr Partnership
Arboricultural Consultant – Venners Arboriculture