The Old Cadet Hut off of Corbet Close got planning approval in 2015 for two 4-bedroom detached houses. One 4-storey and one 3-storey. The planning application expires early next year (2018).
A new application C2017/77886 has been submitted for:-
- 1 x 4-bedroom detached house – 4 storeys
- 2 x 4-bedroom detached houses – 3 storeys
- 5 parking spaces
- The image below shows a dotted red line where the approved scheme’s second house would have been, now replaced by two houses.
The NDG is concerned by the density and height of this proposed development and the affect on existing residents with respect of loss of privacy and daylight.
How to view current information
- If the view button doesn’t work, go to www.sutton.gov.uk/planningapplicationsearch and put in the relevant 5 digit number only i.e. 77886 and hit return. Sometimes it comes back saying nothing found. Hit return again and it then usually works!
- Scroll to bottom and click ‘view plans and documents’ and then the tick box for agreeing to their terms and conditions
- There will be lots of documents that are generically named either application, drawing or supporting information. You will need to just work your way through these.
How to view previous application
The developer’s original plan C2014/69942 submitted in 2014 was for 3 detached houses, but amended it to 2 houses. We can only assume they realised they were trying to put too much on such a small site, that would be disadvantaged to existing as well as the new residents.
There were 13 objections last time which included issues of loss of light and privacy.
How to submit feedback
Deadline – 13 October 2017
Using the access information above, scroll down and click on ‘comment’ instead of ‘view plans’. Making sure you use the correct application number (see above) to comment against. You have the option to object, support or comment.
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By post or hand deliver to:
London Borough of Sutton
24 Denmark Road
Surrey SM5 2JG
Ensure you use the correct planning reference in your letter – C2017/77886.