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Planning History

Full  Site  Address   66  Queens  Road.  Twickenham,  London  TW1  4ET  

Local  Authority  

London  Borough  of  Richmond  upon  Thames   Development  Control   Civic  Centre   44  York  Street   Twickenham   TW1  3BZ   Telephone:  0845  612  2660   Email:  planning@richmond.gov.uk  

Area  LocaQon  

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Planning History

Street  LocaQon   66  Queens  Road.  Twickenham,  London  TW1  4ET  

Property  

PermiSed  Development     Previous  Developments     Enforcement  Area     ConservaQon  Area     ArQcle  4  DirecQon          Building  of  Townscape  Merit   Tree  PreservaQon     Order  Highways     Site  of  Special  ScienQfic  Interest     Site  of  Archaeological  Interest   Area  of  Outstanding  Natural  Beauty     Listed  Building     Legal  Agreements     Special  Advert  Control  

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Planning History

Previous  Planning  ApplicaQons   Status:  refused  permission  22/07/2010   Level:  Delegated  Decision   Applicant:Mr  Jonathan  Patrick   Address:  66  Queens  Drive  Twickenham  Surrey  TW1  4ET       Agent:  Mr  Patrick  Lynch     Address:112  Villiers  Avenue  Surbiton  Surrey  KT5  8BH  United  Kingdom       Proposal:  AlteraQons  including  construcQon  of  a  part  single,  part  three   storey  rear  extension  (basement,  ground  and  first  floors)   Status:  refused  permission  08/04/2010   Level:  Delegated  Decision   Applicant:Mr  Jonathan  Patrick   Address:  66  Queens  Drive  Twickenham  Surrey  TW1  4ET       Agent:  Mr  Patrick  Lynch     Address:112  Villiers  Avenue  Surbiton  Surrey  KT5  8BH  United  Kingdom       Proposal:  AlteraQons  including  construcQon  of  three  storey  rear  extension   and  blocking  up  of  front  access  to  basement  area.   Status:  granted  permission  11/03/1991   Level:     Applicant:  Mr  A  Horner   Address:  66  Queens  Road  Twickenham  Middx  TW1  4ET       Agent   Address   Proposal:  First  Floor  Rear  Extension.  

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Permitted development

Class  A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 ParQal  

Class  A  essenQally  covers  alteraQons  and  extensions  which  join  onto  an  exisQng  property.  The  extra  space   can  be  used  to  create  both  one-­‐  and  two-­‐storey  extensions  with  much  fewer  restricQons  to  style  and   materials  used  than  under  regular  planning.  Side  extensions  are  also  possible  under  Class  A.   For  your  property  the  proposal  would  be  considered  PermiSed  Development  if:   Maximum  depth  of  a  single-­‐storey  rear  extension  of  three  metres  beyond  the  rear  wall  for  an  aSached   house  and  four  metres  beyond  the  rear  wall  for  a  detached  house   Maximum  eaves  height  of  an  extension  within  two  metres  of  the  boundary  of  three  metres.   Materials  to  be  similar  in  appearance  to  the  exisQng  house  

IllustraQon  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

AddiQonal  Volume        

   

   

     

 

 

 54  cubic  metres

 

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Permitted development

Class  B

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                           Not  Available  

This  Class  refers  to  the  enlargement  of  the  original  dwelling  by  extending  up  and  out  into  the  loh  space,   enlargements  that  would  result  in  the  formaQon  of  dormers,  pitched-­‐roof  or  flat-­‐roof.  The  advantage  of   this  class  is  that  you  are  able  to  extend  much  higher  and  further  into  the  roof  space  than  under  regular   planning  guidelines.   As  your  property  is  in  a  conservaQon  area  the  creaQon  of  a  dormer  extension  would  require  planning   permission  and  will  be  discussed  later.  

Class  C

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                   ParQal  

This  class  covers  such  maSers  as  the  alteraQon  of  materials  or  the  inserQon  of  roof  lights.  As  long  as  any   material  alteraQon,  for  instance  changing  slate  to  glazing,  does  not  result  in  an  alteraQon  to  the  shape  of   the  dwelling  planning  permission  is  not  required.  This  promotes  the  use  of  veluxes  and/or  roof  lights  in   order  to  enhance  and  capture  natural  light  within  the  property.     As  your  property  is  in  a  conservaQon  area  rooflights  may  be  added  but  cladding  may  not  be  altered   without  planning  permission.  

Class  D

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                           Not  Available  

This  Class  refers  to  the  erecQon  or  construcQon  of  a  porch  outside  of  any  external  door  of  the  original   dwelling.  Used  in  order  to  create  extra  storage  space  or  simply  to  enhance  the  entrance  to  a  property   porches  are  another  viable  opQon  under  permiSed  development.  Providing  that  the  ground  area  of  the   structure  is  no  more  than  3m2,  the  structure  itself  is  no  higher  than  3m  and  is  not  within  2m  of  any   boundary  or  curQlage  of  the  property  that  fronts  a  highway  planning  permission  is  not  required.   Due  to  the  poisQon  of  your  front  door  this  concstrucQon  of  a  porch  would  require  planning  permission.  

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Permitted development

Class  E

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

                                     Available  

This  class  creates  a  provision  for  the  construcQon  of  any  building  or  enclosure,  swimming  or  other  pool   that  is  considered  “incidental  to  the  enjoyment  of  the  original  dwelling”.  You  are  not  restricted  by   volume  but  the  development  footprint  must  not  exceed  50%  of  the  footprint  of  the  garden  area  but  if   the  development  lies  within  2m  of  the  the  boundary  of  the  curQlage  of  the  dwelling  house  it  must  not   exceed  2.5m  in  height.  Where  the  development  lies  outside  of  the  2m  limit  it  can  have  it  can  4m  in   height,  in  the  case  of  a  building  with  a  ridged  roof,  and  3m  in  any  other  case.  

IllustraQon  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

AddiQonal  Volume        

   

   

     

 

 

 50  cubic  metres

 

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Permitted development

Class  F

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

             Available  

This  Class  refers  to  the  creaQon  of  hard  surfaces  which  can  be  used  for  off-­‐street  parking,  paQos  and   decking,  etc.  As  long  as  the  surface  is  not  situated  on  land  between  a  wall  forming  the  principal  elevaQon   of  the  property  and  a  highway  and  has  an  area  no  greater  than  5m2  planning  permission  is  not  required  

Class  G

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                         Not  Available  

This  Class  refers  to  the  installaQon,  alteraQon  or  replacement  of  a  chimney,  flue  or  soil  and  vent  pipe  on  a   dwelling  house.  Providing  the  structure  does  not  exceed  the  highest  part  of  the  roof  by  1m  or  more  then   then  planning  permission  is  not  required.  ProperQes  that  fall  within  a  conservaQon  area  are  not   permiSed  to  install  such  streuctures  on  a  wallor  roof  slope  which  fronts  a  highway  and  forms  either  the   principal  elevaQon  or  a  side  elevaQon  of  the  dwelling  house  

Class  H

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

           Available  

This  Class  refers  to  the  installaQon,  alteraQon  or  replacement  of  a  microwave  antenna  on  a  dwelling   house  or  with  the  curQlage  of  a  dwelling  house.  

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Design Analysis – Ground Floor

Living  Room  

Garden  

Good  sized  room  

Half  level  down  from   living  areas.  Limited   connecQon  to  living  areas.  

Hall  

Cloaks  

Long  corridor  before   entrance  to  living  area.  

Small.  Needs  updaQng.  

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Design Analysis - Basement

Bedroom  

Kitchen  

No  Ensuite  faciliQes.  

Too  small  and   disconnected  from  rest  of   house.  Limited  daylight  

Hall  

Storage  

Used  as  junk  storage  

Low  headroom  makes   unusable  

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Design Proposal – Ground Floor

Living  Room  

Study  

Dining  Room  

Increased  in  size  by   reposiQoning  hall  wall  and   stair.  

PotenQal  study  area  with   view  to  garden  and  dining   area  

Moved  to  new  extension   so  connected  to  living   space  and  kitchen  

Hall  

Stair  

Extension  

Door  way  reposiQoned  to   reduce  length  of  hall    

New  stair  connecQng   ground  and  basement   levels  

New  extension  built    at   height  of  garden  under   permiSed  development.  

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Design Solution - Basement

Bedroom  

Kitchen  

Dining  Room  

Ensuite  facilites  added.  

New  kitchen  in  larger   space.  

Split  level  extension   connects  dining  room  to   kitchen  

Hall  

Stair  

Garden  

New  ensuite  and   cloakroom  formed  

Open  tread  stair  to   maximise  space  

At  same  level  as  split  level   extension  

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Design Solution - Loft

Lo?  Conversion   Whilst  a  loh  conversion  is  not  automaQcally  granted  as  the  property  is  in  a  ConservaQon   Area,  we  believe  if  the  dormer  is  designed  to  comply  with  the  councils  residenQal   extension  guidelines  then  it  is  likely  that  planning  will  be  granted  for  it.     The  roof  space  has  been  assessed  for  conversion  suitability  and  conforms  with  the   requirements.  It  would  be  possible  to  get  a  double  bedroom  and  a  small  ensuite  into  the   space.    

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Financial Overview

Current  

Proposed  

Floor  Area  925  sq  h   Bedrooms  3   RecepQons  2   Bathrooms  1   CondiQon:  Average  

Floor  Area  1090  sq  h   Bedrooms  4   RecepQons  3   Bathrooms  3   CondiQon:  Good  

EsQmated  Value:  £600,000  

EsQmated  Value:  £850,000  

EsQmated  Cost  of  works:  £120,000  

EsQmated  Contract  DuraQon  6  months  

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