17/00940/DOM. 221 Whyke Road, Chichester. Single storey side and rear extensions and loft to become habitable space.
The Executive Committee considers that the proposal is unacceptable, the extensions being 2 storey represent overdevelopment, affecting the outlook and causing loss of daylight to the neighbouring houses both sides, and the front fence treatment adversely affecting the outlook from the Conservation Area. Therefore the proposal contravenes aspects of the CDC Guidance Notes on extensions and alterations to residential properties. The light pollution from the ground floor extension roof-lights should be mitigated by the requirement for blinds.
Therefore the Committee objects to this application and asks that the Council refuses permission.
Proposals: Alternative to permitted proposal with 2 pairs of new semi-detached houses in lieu of the 2 new single detached houses behind the refurbished converted Grange
Proposals: Single storey side extension and 2 storey rear extension to detached house.
Proposals: Single storey rear extension to semi-detached house
Proposal: Proposed demolition of existing recent single storey extension and roof terrace, and replacement with a 1.5 storey extension; and conversion of existing Whyke Grange into 1 No. six-bed house (including converted stables forming a one-bed annex) and 1 No. three-bed house; erection of 2 No. detached three-bed cottages, with parking and external works.