Ryebank Gate - land east of Drove Lane
Development is underway on this site and will provide 300 dwellings out of which 90 units will be affordable. Development is being constructed by Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes.
The Strategic Allocation will provide contributions towards new nursery and primary school places, improvements to the A259 between Climping and Littlehampton and contributions towards new healthcare facilities which will be either incorporated at Ford or expansion of the existing relevant facilities.
The outline application has been approved under planning application Y/92/17/OUT
- Y/35/23/DOC related to the surface water drainage scheme and manual has been submitted
- new fencing has been erected around the sheep field as per Y/128/22/DOC. Fencing is due to be hand-painted
Arboricultural Method Statement and Tree Protection Plan
An Arboricultural Method Statement (AMS) outlines the working methods for construction workers to follow and adhere to during development. The Tree Protection Plan (TPP) forms part of the Arboricultural Method Statement and details the location of protection measures, such as the position of tree protection fencing. The following plans have been submitted:
Construction Management Plan
A construction management plan is a document that includes detailed information designed to minimise potential construction impacts on the environment taking into account logistics, traffic management and other impacts. The following plans have been submitted:
During the construction phase no machinery/vehicles or plant shall be operated on the site, no process shall be carried out and no deliveries taken at or dispatched except between the hours of:
- 7am to 6pm on Mondays to Fridays
- 8am to 1pm on Saturdays
- not at any time on Sundays or Public Holidays
Permitted development restrictions
Permitted development rights are provided by the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 (the GPDO). This allows certain types of development to proceed without the need for planning permission. However local planning authorities are allowed to remove permitted development rights in some or all of its area by issuing an Article 4 Direction; or remove those rights on the original, or any subsequent, planning permission for the house. Where permitted development rights have been removed in either of these ways a planning application will be needed for development. The following plans have been submitted:
- condition 13 under Y/49/21/RES: “Notwithstanding the provisions of Part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order, 2015 (or any Order revoking or re-enacting this Order) "no rear extensions shall be constructed or buildings shall be erected within the curtilage of the same plots unless permission is granted by the Local Planning Authority on an application in that behalf "
- condition 14 under Y/49/21/RES: “Notwithstanding the provisions of Parts 1 & 20 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order, 2015 (as amended) (or any Order revoking or re-enacting this Order) no dormer/roof extensions/alterations to the houses approved shall be constructed unless permission is granted by the Local Planning Authority on an application in that behalf ”
- condition 15 under Y/49/21/RES: “Notwithstanding the provisions of Schedule 2, Part 1 of The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (or any Order revoking or re-enacting this Order) no hardstanding (other than that specified on the approved plans) shall be created on land forward of the principal or side elevations of the dwellings, unless permission is granted by the Local Planning Authority on an application in that behalf”
- condition 16 under Y/49/21/RES: “Notwithstanding the provisions of Schedule 2, Part 2, Class A of The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (or any Order revoking or re-enacting this Order) no fences, walls, gates or other means of enclosure (other than those specified on the approved plans) shall be erected on land forward of the primary or side elevations of the dwellings, unless permission is granted by the Local Planning Authority on an application in that behalf”
- condition 17 under Y/49/21/RES: “All bathroom and toilet windows in the elevations of the buildings indicated by a green circle on drawing PLN-3-1118 Rev D "Site Layout - Back to Side Dimensions" shall be glazed with obscured glass and permanently retained so thereafter”
- condition 18 under Y/49/21/RES: “No windows (other than those shown on the plans hereby approved) shall be constructed in the flank elevations of any of the dwellings hereby approved without the prior permission of the Local Planning Authority on an application in that behalf”
See previous planning application news for this site.
- reserved matters under application Y/49/21/RES have been approved in respect of 300 no. dwellings at Land East of Drove Lane, Yapton, following outline permission Y/92/17/OUT. This forms part of the Strategic Allocation for Yapton
- an application has been received for the erection of a temporary sales cabin and associated landscaping under planning reference Y/141/21/PL, Land East of Drove Lane, Yapton. An application for various advertisements in various locations has also been received under planning reference Y/142/21/A
- works are progressing on the construction of a new access to serve residential development at Drove Lane, these works were approved under planning application Y/127/20/PL
Ryebank Gate site layout (land at Drove Lane - Yapton)
Please click on the image below to enlarge.
Alternative text - A map of Yapton Ryebank Gate development site. This shows the proposed layout of houses and open spaces. The majority of open space is on the edges of the map and in the centre.
Site: Land at Drove Lane, Yapton.
Drawing: illustrative site layout plan
Date: 05.10/18 Scale: 1:1250@:A1 Drawing ref: 1244L.03A
Red outline - application site boundary
Green outline - additional land within SD7 Allocation site
Please note the masterplan above is for illustrative purposes only and details are subject to change.
The Infrastructure Funding Statement (IFS) provides an update on all matters regarding developer contributions Section 106 (S.106) and Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) during the previous financial year.
Our first IFS was published in September 2020 to cover the period from April 2019 to 31 March 2020. Please see our current IFS statement.
We collect all CIL contributions for all types of Infrastructure (from 1 April 2020) but we do not collect S.106 contributions for the provision of schools, highways, libraries or the fire service (although, in some cases, S.106 for these items are retained for these projects, in agreement with the county council). In most cases, these items are the responsibility of West Sussex County Council (WSCC). Therefore our IFS should be read in conjunction with the WSCC IFS to identify how S.106 from specific development sites has been spent across the board.
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