Alderton Planning application map
The map below shows the sites in Alderton which have been identified by external parties for potential development. Alderton Village currently has 268 houses (although Tewkesbury Borough Council count 277). The map was last updated on 13.9.15.
Alderton Planning application status
Charles Church applied to build 47 houses including 16 ‘affordable’ houses. The revised layout scheme was considered at the September 2014 Planning Committee meeting. TBC Planning Officer recommended ‘Delegated Permit’. Councillors asked for site inspection, panel to visit site. At October 2014 committee meeting councillors refused application.
Charles Church appealed against decision (held 25th-27th March). Planning Inspector ruled in favour of developer on May 22nd 2014.
This is the first application to receive permission.
Charles Church build started January 2015.
Land to west of Willowbank Rd.
PC has had 3 meetings with Newland Homes. 1st suggested development of 20-25 homes. 2nd drawing indicated up to 45 homes may be in 2 stages both to include 30% affordable (social). Access off Willowbank Rd.
Newland Homes commissioned consultants Barton Willmore to prepare & submit a document entitled :- 'Landscape Statement Response to application 13/00114/FUL land at Beckford Road, Alderton' which opposes the Charles Church proposal.
3rd meeting held November 2013, Newland offered to work closely with the Parish Council and the community in order to achieve the needs identified the community consultation. Newland Homes are no longer interested in this site. Owner has found a new developer and this agent has approached the Parish Council to discuss this.
Pubic Consultation meeting was held on 25th June 2014 by Edward Ware Homes regarding a planning application for a new residential development being brought forward on land to the south west of the village.
An outline planning application 14/00747/OUT has been submitted to Tewkesbury Borough Council. Edward Ware Homes plans for 53 residential units and went to planning committee on 11th November 2014 with Officer’s recommendation to refuse. The committee referred it for Site inspection and subsequently voted to refuse on 9th December 2014.
Edward Ware submitted an appeal to the Planning Inspectorate. An appeal was held on 16th June 2015. The appeal was subsequently dismissed on July 17th 2015.
Land to south of St Margaret’s Drive.
PC representatives have had 4 meetings with Banner Homes. In September they presented a scheme of 21 dwellings to include 7 ‘affordable’ houses in a single cul de sac off Willowbank Rd on the northern half of the field. 4th meeting held to confirm above, their proposed houses would be a mixture of styles and materials. Public consultation took place on 5th March 2014.
Application received 14th May 2014 to build a development of 24 dwellings (inc 9 affordable) , access, landscaping and other associated works on land adjoining Willowbank Rd Alderton. Application went to August 19th Planning Meeting and was recommend that Councillors should visit site (SIP). It then went before planning committee on September 16th, where permission was refused.
Banner Homes submitted an appeal to the Planning Inspectorate. An appeal was held on 17th June 2015. The inspector allowed the appeal on 17th July 2015. Build start date unknown.
Site D - Application 13/000734/OUT - Pegasus Consulting/Freeman Homes - APPLICATION DISMISSED ON APPEAL
Land to east St Margaret’s Drive/south of Church Lane.
Initial approach by Pegasus Consulting on behalf of Freeman Homes indicated possible 25 units then at meeting with Parish Council numbers increased to 40 units on just one of the fields (east St Margaret‘s Dr) then at 2nd meeting on alleged advice of TBC planning, increased to 70 units to include 30% affordable (social) on both fields with access off St Margaret’s Dr.
Outline application received for the erection of up to 70 dwellings, and associated parking; vehicular access from St Margaret’s Dr. provision of open space and car parking for use by public. The construction of highways through the site and associated engineering works, including the creation of an attenuation pond. This is on both fields and possibly on land further to the east to mitigate any archaeology found in the first area.
Some minor amendments to layout including numbers reduced to 60 new (1 demolished net 59).
Application went to April 1st Planning Meeting and was recommend that Councillors should visit site (SIP). It then went before planning committee on April 28th, where permission was refused.
Pegasus have submitted appeal to Planning Inspectorate in August 2014.
The appeal hearing was held at TBC offices 20-24 January 2015. Parish Council took part as “Rule 6 party”. The inspector dismissed the appeal ref :APP/G1630/A/14/2222147 on the 17th March 2015.
Land off Gretton View.
Application received (3.10.13) for 4 detached dwellings off existing Cul de Sac extending into agricultural land to the south of existing Gretton View Cul de Sac.
Application went to 1st April Planning Meeting and was recommend that Councillors should visit site (SIP). It then went before planning committee on April 28th, where permission was refused.
Appeal received 16.06.14 - reference APP/G1630/A/14/2219972. The appeal is to be decided by an exchange of written statements from the parties followed by an Inspector’s site visit. Inspector visited site 24th July 2014 and subsequently dismissed the appeal.
New application on same site made for 4 detached houses in November 2014 - reference no. 14/01021/FUL
Developer has opted to go direct to appeal on Non-determination grounds (TBC not made decision quickly enough) Therefore went to planning committee on 3 March 2015 with Officer’s recommendation “Minded to refuse” which planning committee endorsed. Any comments to the Planning Inspectorate by 31st March 2015 Ref no APP/G1630/W/15/3004304. The appeal, which involved exchange of written statements and a site visit by the inspector who subsequently dismissed the appeal on 24th June 2015.
Site F - DEVELOPERS INTERESTED
Land to north of Orchard Rd.
Offer made to Parish Council to provide land as ‘exemption site’ to provide affordable(social) homes awaiting outcome of other applications.
The landowner has now found a developer, Mark Casey, who is exploring the possibilities of market housing on this site (he has suggested up to 20 units in discussions with Parish Council).