Planning Applications

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The Local Planning Authority

The Local Planning Authority (LPA) for the Staveley & Copgrove parish is Harrogate Borough Council. The Parish Council is a statutory consultee on applications for planning permission for certain types of development in its area under Schedule 4(d) Development Management Procedure Order 2015 .

Types of Planning Application

There are several types of planning application, including:

Application TypeDescription
FullIncludes full details of the proposal: highway, layout, drainage details, siting of buildings with full plans and elevations etc.
OutlineTo establish whether the principle of development is acceptable without the provision (and cost) of full detailed plans. Must include sufficient detail for the LPA to evaluate.
Rserved MattersWhen outline permission is granted it is normaly subject to conditions requiring the subsequent approval of one or more reserved matters. These are the aspects of a proposed development which an applicant can choose not to submit at the outline stage.
Discharge of ConditionsTo discharge, remove or amend conditions attached to an application.
Amending ObligationsTo remove or amend an obligation attached to an approval. This is often in the form of a Section 106 agreement.
Amending Proposals that have planning permissionTo make a fundamental or substantial change to a planning approval. An application may not be required to make less substantial changes.
Lawful Development CertificateTo confirm that an existing (or proposed) use of land or activity is lawful for planning purposes.
Prior ApprovalTo seek approval that specified elements of a developmet are permitted development, i.e. they do not require planning approval.

Pending Parish Planning Applications Map

The map below shows the location of applications for planning permission that have been submitted to the LPA for our parish that are awaiting a decision.

How do I use the map?

This map is interactive. You can move and re-scale it using the various controls within the viewport.

Click/tap the map and drag to move the map around within the viewport as required.

Zoom in and out using the +- controls in the top left, pinch in/out or roll the mouse wheel when pointing within the map area.

Click/tap a marker, line or shape for further information in a popup window.

Select the four corners icon in the top left to expand the map to full screen.

Select the tiles icon in the top right to select a different base map. There are a number of options available.

Select the target icon in the bottom right to locate yourself with a marker. This feature will only work if your device has a GPS service and that service is active.

Click/tap a map marker to see the planning application summary in a popup window and select the LPA Reference ID link to see more information about the application on the LPA planning portal. Zoom the map as required to see the markers more clearly.

Recent Parish Planning Applications

The table below lists all the applications for planning permission that have been submitted to the LPA within our parish since the start of 2018.

How do I use the Planning Applications list?

The No. is the unique identifier of the application within the list.

Select the LPA Reference link to see more information about the application on the LPA planning portal.  The type of permission sought is indicated in the LPA Reference suffix.

Hover over or tap Detail to display the application details in a bubble. Hover off or tap outside of the bubble to close it.

Select Objection/Comment in the PC Response column to see the Parish Council’s detailed response to an application.

When the device screen is too narrow to display the list without horizontal scrolling, the columns are stacked vertically. There are no column headings when the list is stacked and the sort order of the list cannot be changed.

How do I navigate the list?

The List Length

The planning applications list is initially displayed with the first 10 entries. The Show Entries drop-down selection box above the list may be used to show more (or less) entries. The number of entries currently shown and the total number of entries in the list is displayed below the list.

Pagination

The Previous and Next buttons below the list may be used to navigate between the list pages if not all the entries are shown.

Sorting

The applications are initially listed in descending Date Applied order, i.e. most recent first. The list order can be reversed by selecting the No. column heading. The up/down arrow on the right side of the colum heading indicates the current sort direction.

Note that changing the sort direction affects all the applications in the full list, not just those that may be currently visible.

Search

The Search box above the list may be used to find any application in the list. All list columns are included in the search. The search results, i.e. those applications that match the search criteria entered, are displayed as the search criteria are entered.

Remove all text from the Search box to display all the list applications again.

Note searching affects all the applications in the full list, not just those that may be currently visible.

No.LPA
Reference
DetailsApplication
Address
Date
Applied
Our
Response
Outcome
4020/01116/TPODetailBarley Court
Arkendale Road
Staveley
23rd March 2020None YetAwaiting Decision
3920/01030/FULDetailLand Comprising Field At 434582 463336
Copgrove
18th March 2020None YetAwaiting Decision
38NY/2020/0022/FULDetailStaveley Community Primary School
Minskip Road
Staveley
HG5 9LQ
5th March 2020No objectionAwaiting Decision
3720/00388/FULDetail1 Lodge Cottage
Main Street
Staveley
HG5 9NJ
18th February 2020No objectionAwaiting Decision
3619/04806/FULDetailOrchard Corner
Arkendale Road
Staveley
HG5 9JX
17th January 2020ObjectionRefused
12th March 2020
3519/04895/DVCONDetailBarley Court
Arkendale Road
Staveley
25th November 2019ObjectionPermitted
24th January 2020
3419/04627/FULDetailWayside Nurseries
Minskip Road
Staveley
HG5 9LQ
11th November 2019CommentPermitted
26th February 2020
3319/04431/DISCONDetailLand Comprising Staveley Nature Reserve
Staveley
17th October 2019NoneConfirmation of discharge of conditions
5th December 2019
3219/04377/FULDetailEnergyline Ltd
Unit 5 Jubilee Court Wath Lane
Copgrove
HG3 3TB
15th Ocober 2019CommentPermitted
6th December 2019
3119/04214/FULDetailStubbings Barn
Green Lane
Burton Leonard
HG3 3TS
16th October 2019No objectionRefused
5th December 2019
3019/03787/FULMAJDetailLand Comprising Field At 436677 462600
Main Street
Staveley
4th October 2019ObjectionWithdrawn
12th February 2020
2919/04066/AMENDSDetailBarley Court
Arkendale Road
Staveley
23rd September 2019No objectionRefused
31st October 2019
2819/03685/LBDetailRed House
Main Street
Staveley
HG5 9LD
19th September 2019No objectionPermitted
27th November 2019
2719/03684/FULDetailRed House
Main Street
Staveley
HG5 9LD
12th September 2019No objectionPermitted
27th November 2019
2619/03894/FULDetail11 Low Field Lane
Staveley
HG5 9LB
12th September 2019No objectionPermitted
6th November 2019
2519/03626/DISCONDetailLand Comprising Field At 436781 462451
Arkendale Road
Staveley
28th August 2019No objectionPermitted
15th November 2019
2419/03403/TCONDetailBryony Cottage
Main Street
Staveley
HG5 9LD
13th August 2019No objectionPermitted
27th August 2019
2319/02749/FULMAJDetailJubilee Court
Suite 1
Abacus House
Wath Lane
Copgrove
HG3 3TB
3rd July 2019ObjectionPermitted
7th October 2019
2219/02589/FULDetailMoor End Farm
Arkendale Road
Staveley
HG5 9JU
1st July 2019No objectionPermitted
19th August 2019
2119/02664/DISCONDetailLand Comprising Field At 436781 462451
Arkendale Road
Staveley
21st June 2019No objectionPermitted
13th November 2019
2019/02392/FULDetail11 Low Field Lane
Staveley
HG5 9LB
6th June 2019No objectionPermitted
26th July 2019
1919/01609/FULDetailLand Comprising Staveley Nature Reserve
Staveley
3rd May 2019No objectionPermitted
26th June 2019
1819/01430/FULDetail11 Pinfold Green
Staveley
HG5 9LR
24th April 2019No objectionPermitted
17th July 2019
1719/01162/FULDetailNew House
Main Street
Staveley
HG5 9LD
13th March 2019No objectionPermitted
12th July 2019
1619/00629/FULDetailThe Garden House
Main Street
Staveley
HG5 9LD
18th February 2019ObjectionPermitted
13th November 2019
1518/05166/FULDetailNew House
Main Street
Staveley
HG5 9LD
15th January 2019No objectionPermitted
5th April 2019
1419/00084/FULDetail15 Pinfold Green
Staveley
HG5 9LR
9th January 2019No objectionPermitted
1st March 2019
1319/00027/FULDetailEnergyline Ltd
Unit 5 Jubilee Court
Wath Lane
Copgrove
HG3 3TB
8th January 2019No objectionPermitted
4th March 2019
1218/05146/FULMAJDetailLand East Of St Mongah's Court
Copgrove
HG3 3TA
21st December 2018Objection

Refused
17th June 2019
1118/05311/TCONDetailOrchard Cottage
Main Street
Staveley
HG5 9LD
24th December 2018No objectionWithdrawn
1018/05278/FULDetail 8 Spellow Crescent
Staveley
HG5 9LJ
21st December 2018No objectionPermitted
25th February 2019
918/00027/FULDetail
Land Comprising OS Field 7845
Arkendale Road
Staveley
8th January 2018ObjectionPermitted
10th June 2019
818/04182/PNXDetail4 Low Field Lane
Staveley
HG5 9LB
9th October 2018No objectionPrior approval not required
718/03754/TCONDetailOrchard Cottage
Main Street
Staveley
HG5 9LD
10th September 2018No objectionPermitted
8th October 2019
618/03308/LBDetailStaveley Court
Main Street
Staveley
HG5 9LD
9th August 2018ViewRefused
26th June 2019
518/03307/FULDetailStaveley Court
Main Street
Staveley
HG5 9LD
9th August 2018ViewRefused
26th June 2019
418/02931/FULDetailCopgrove Hall Stud
Copgrove
HG3 3TH
20th July 2018ViewPermitted
14th September 2018
318/03129/FULDetail11 Pinfold Green
Staveley
HG5 9LR
13th August 2018No objectionRefused
5th November 2018
218/00027/FULDetailLand Comprising OS Field 7845
Arkendale Road
Staveley
8th January 2018ViewPermitted
10th June 2019
117/04939/FULDetailLand Comprising Staveley Nature Reserve15th November 2017ViewPermitted
10th January 2018

The Terms and Conditions of using the LPA planning portal are available here .

As an individual, you may make your own comment on any planning application, via the LPA planning portal here .  Information on how to make a comment is available here . There is also information on how to ‘have your say‘ on new development here . This includes advice on what comments will and will not be taken into consideration.

Material Considerations

Comments will only be taken into account if they fall within what are known as Material Considerations. The LPA is not a free agent when it considers planning applications; its discretion to act is limited by planning law and Government policy.

Comments on the following are considered material to a planning application:

Consideration
The Local Plan/Local Development Framework
Other planning policies and Supplementary Planning guidance and documents published by the LPA
The National Planning Policy Framework and other Government advice
Highway safety, (directly in the case of a dangerous access or indirectly in terms of car parking and traffic generation)
Landscape impact
Local amenity, noise and privacy
Conservation of buildings, trees etc.
Case law and previous decisions
Siting, design, appearance, materials and scale of proposed buildings and landscaping of a site
Public services such as sewage and surface water drainage
Safeguarding including flooding, airfield flight paths and important mineral reserves
Public proposals for the same land (such as a site for a new school or a road improvement
Contaminated or unstable land
Public rights of way

Comments on the following are not considerered material to a planning application:

Consideration
Trade objections from potential competitors, or a form of development you would prefer
Moral objections, for instance against amusement centres, betting shops and licensed premises
The Party Wall Act 1996 controls work carried out on, or in the proximity of, a party wall. Information explaining how the controls operate is available from the Planning Portal.
Allegations that the proposal might affect private rights (e.g. restrictive covenants and rights to light) Objectors should consult their own solicitor – it is not possible for Council officers to advise on private rights
The loss of an attractive private view (for instance when development is proposed on the opposite side of the road to, or to the rear of, an objector’s house)
The fear that an objector’s house may be devalued
The fact that the development has already begun (people can carry out development at their own risk before planning permission has been granted and the Council has to judge the development on its own merits)
The belief that an application is submitted by the owner with the intention of selling the property at an enhanced value
The fact that the applicant does not own the land, (this can be overcome with the agreement of the owner). There is a legal obligation that proper notice of the making of the application is given to the owner

Non-Planning Consents

There are several types of non-planning consents, including:

Consent TypeDescription
AdvertisementFor the display of advertisements.
Listed BuildingWorks or changes of use to a Listed Building or that may affect its setting.
Scheduled MonumentWorks or changes of use to a Scheduled Monument or that would affect its setting.
Tree Preservation OrderTo make works to a tree protected by a Tree Preservation Order.
Section 211 NoticeTo carry out works to a tree in a Conservation Area not protected by a Tree Preservation Order.
Hazardous SubstancesTo use or store specified hazardous substances.

Permitted Development Rights

You can perform certain types of work without needing to apply for planning permission. These are called permitted development rights (PDRs). They derive from a general planning permission granted not by the LPA but by Parliament. Bear in mind that the PDRs which apply to many common projects for houses do not apply to flats, maisonettes or other buildings. Similarly, commercial properties have different PDRs to dwellings.

It should also be noted that the LPA may have removed some PDRs by issuing an Article 4 direction. This will mean that it is necessary to submit a planning application for work which normally does not need one. Article 4 directions are made when the character of an area of acknowledged importance would be threatened. They are most common in conservation areas.