Parish Council meeting minutes – 15th November 2022



Minutes of the Meeting of the Council

Date: Tuesday 15th November 2022 Time:                                    7.00pm
Place: Bramley Room, Bramley Village Hall  
Present:  Cllr Tony Durrant (Chair) Cllr Chris Tomblin
  Cllr Malcolm Bell Cllr Keith Oborn
  Cllr Chris Flooks Cllr Bruce Ansell
In attendance: Maxta Thomas (Clerk) 2 members of the public
Apologies: Cllr Steve Day Cllr Colin Shimell
  Cllr Liz Capel Cllr Nick Robinson (Borough)
  Cllr Rhydian Vaughan (County)  


1 Apologies for Absence  
  As listed above.  
2 Declarations of Interest  
  ·         Cllr Oborn declared an interest in item 11.2 due to his position on the PPG.

·         Cllrs Durrant and Tomblin declared an interest in item 11.3, as they are ward councillors.

3 Minutes of the Last Parish Council Meeting  
3.1 The minutes of the meeting held on 11th October 2022 were proposed by Cllr Tomblin as being a true and accurate record of the meeting.  This was seconded by Cllr Flooks and unanimously agreed.  The Chairman duly signed the minutes.  


3.2 Matters arising  
  ·         Football Club – Clerk still to contact them.

·         Yew Tree Close – existing fence will remain in place for now.

·         Traffic bollards – Lengthsman budget is now used up, so no action at present.

·         Clerk/Cllr Durrant to arrange meeting with new Chairs of the Clift Meadow Trust.




Clerk/Cllr Durrant

4 Open Forum  
  Cllr Durrant invited comments and questions from members of the public.  There were none.  


5 County Councillor Report – see appendix A.

Cllr Bell asked about the warm winter hubs – could this be used towards coffee mornings at Clift Meadow?  Clerk to make enquiries.




6 Borough Councillor Report – Cllr Tomblin gave a verbal report.

·         A full Council meeting was held in October.

·         Cllr Tomblin’s motion for the Local Plan Update, that planning should be done at a local community level was well supported.

·         Another motion that was defeated marginally was to kick back to the Government about voter ID cards for 2023.

·         Precepts – BDBC and HCC precepts are likely to rise in the Spring.

·         LGA has asked for a visit of Peer review team to give an outsiders view of how BDBC is performing.  It seems BDBC is performing well, although there will be a number of action points.

·         The BDBC Chief Executive and a senior director from BDBC came to visit Bramley Ward in October.  Ward Councillors have highlighted various issues across the ward.

·         Leisure Park – there is a new master plan.  It includes a new aquadrome.  The general feeling is the master plan is not ambitious enough – various things are lacking, such as a new football ground.



7 Parish Environment  
7.1 Bramley Green re-wilding project – Sarah Plested gave a short presentation on the current status of the project.  The section of Bramley Green that has been rewilded has seen a significant increase in native wild plant species, and therefore an increase in native insects (some rare) and animals as well.  The drought appears to have actually helped the wild flowers, since it suppressed grass growth but did not affect the flowers.

Iain James stated that the area rewilded has had 4 years to settle in, and has been very successful.  Sarah pointed out that the ideal would be a cut and collect for the whole area, thus rewilding the whole of Bramley Green.  The Sustainability Group have some figures for a cut and collect for the whole area – 1 cut and collect would be around £2000.  Sarah noted that there is a need to be careful with the terminology – this is a wild grassland meadow rather than a wildflower meadow.

Cllr Durrant stated that there were 2 aspects.  Bramley PC are happy that the wilding is working, but the area has historically been a green, and therefore it will not be wholly rewilded.  The area near Bullsdown is a possible candidate for further rewilding – possibly as a tree regeneration area.  Cllr Durrant further noted that if the whole area was to be rewilded, it would need to go out to community consultation.  There would also need to be agreement from the landowners.  It was noted that there have been comments that the rewilded area looked untidy, and caused problems with sightlines coming out of Lane End.

Clerk to set up meeting with landowner to obtain their opinion.  Cllr Durrant suggested that the Sustainability Group set up some education sessions about what Bramley Green could be.  Hall hire is likely to be funded by Bramley PC.  It was agreed that this was a good way forward.  Cllr Durrant proposed area 5 three cuts, area 2 and 4 stay as they are, 1 and 3 two cuts with at least one arisings collection.  This to be put to Stratfield Saye Estates.  Strimming around the posts to done, and sight lines at Lane End to kept clear, and the ditches should be kept clear.  Unanimously agreed.  Clerk to take forward.

Bramley Glade – The Sustainability Group confirmed that HCC Highways own the land.  They are interested, but many different departments would need to be involved.  They would need to do a feasibility study, at a cost.  Sarah Plested to ask for quote for study.
































7.2 Bramley Green and Burial Ground maintenance contracts – The Clerk noted that the existing contractor has now had 2 seasons to iron out any teething problems.  Unfortunately, there are still issues with ease of communication, and with the standard of work carried out.  With this in mind, the Clerk has obtained three quotes from local contractors A, B, and C, which have been distributed to councillors.  The contracts are split into 3 schedules, for Bramley Green grass cutting, Burial Ground maintenance, and for maintenance of the bund at Yew Tree Close.  The Clerk recommended that the Council consider moving the contract from the current contractor.  She further noted that the 3 schedules need not be awarded to the same contractor.

Bramley Green and Yew Tree Close schedules decision to be postponed until rewilding project clarified.

Cllr Durrant proposed leaving the Burial Ground contract with the current contractor until for next year.  Unanimously agreed.













7.3 Silent Soldier storage and deployment – the Clerk noted that the silent soldiers are currently stored at the Clift Meadow shed, and put up by any councillor who is available at the time.  She noted that other local councils are storing their silent soldiers with R C Saunders, who also puts them up at the correct time (this is chargeable).  He will also maintain them as necessary.  Clerk to obtain costs and revert to PC.  





8 Clerk’s report & Administration  
8.1 Parish magazine article – the next issue will be the February issue, and Cllr Bell will write the article.  The deadline is 15th January 2023.  

Cllr Bell

9 Reports  
9.1 Planning – see appendix B

i.            November Planning meeting report – Cllr Flooks ran through the minutes of the November Planning Committee meeting.  The Clerk noted that as the meeting was quorate, no ratification of the decisions taken was needed.

ii.            New Applications – none.

iii.            Solar Farm appeal inquiry – the Clerk has distributed the procedures for the upcoming solar farm appeal inquiry.  She noted that there will be time for the PC to speak on the first day of the inquiry.  Cllrs Tomblin and Durrant to speak for both PC and as ward councillors.

9.2 Allotments & Burial Ground

i.            St James Park allotments update – the lease is now at the point at which Bramley PC can consider signing it.  The draft has been distributed to all Councillors for consideration.  The main point of concern is schedule 2 regarding the installation of extra water troughs – the PCs solicitor has noted that these are rather restrictive.  However, Cllr Durrant pointed out that the restrictions in the schedule are in line with what Bramley PC would do anyway, in terms of consulting with the landowner as and when the work is scheduled.  Cllr Durrant proposed signing the lease in its current form, Cllr Ansell seconded.  Unanimously agreed.  Clerk and Cllr Durrant to take forward.


Grays Meadow allotments – the water leak has now been resolved.










Clerk/Cllr Durrant

9.3 Village Hall Trust – see appendix A.  
9.4 Clift Meadow Trust – see appendix A.

·         Cllr Durrant noted that Simon Gill is resigning as CMT Chair.  The Chair will pass jointly to Graham ?? Treasurer and Nigel Alderman.  Cllr Durrant proposed Simon Gill for the Honours Board.  Unanimously agreed.  Clerk to take forward.





9.5 Police & Neighbourhood Watch see appendix A.

i.            It was noted with concern that Bramley has seen a rise in anti-social behaviour recently, particularly in the Kirby Drive area.  The Clerk has been in contact with the police about some issues, and residents about others.  As always, Bramley PC strongly recommend that any incident is report to the police via 101 or via

9.6 Highways & Footpaths – see appendix A.

Lighting at the Cinder Track should now have been resolved – the Clerk to check with Taylor Wimpey on the status.

Cinder Track – a recent fallen tree across the track has been dealt with by the PCs contractor.  The Clerk is investigating the ownership/ responsibility of the SINC land between the Cinder Track and the railway, as there are several trees which need urgent work.






9.7 Chairman’s Report – no report.  
10 Consultation documents requiring consideration  
  Police precept consultation – Cllrs to send comments to the Clerk who will draft a Bramley PC response.

Parliamentary constituency boundaries consultation – Cllrs to send comments to the Clerk who will draft a Bramley PC response.




11 Grant Applications  
11.1 Bramley Speedwatch – grant for a police approved speed gun for up to £250.  Cllr Ansell proposed giving the grant, Cllr Tomblin seconded, unanimously agreed.  It was recommended that users should be using hi-viz jackets.  Clerk to take forward.  




11.2 Bramley Surgery PPG – Cllr Oborn declared and interest in this item and took no part in the vote.

Agrant for the continuation of the Friendship Walks café facility at Clift Meadow for £507.  The Clerk particularly noted the comments of residents who have taken part in this successful initiative.

Cllr Durrant proposed giving the grant, Cllr Ansell seconded, unanimously agreed.  Clerk to take forward.







11.3 Clift Meadow Trust – Cllrs Tomblin and Durrant declared their interest in this application as ward councillors.

A grant for new chairs and tables at the Clift Meadow Pavilion for £348.  The Clerk noted that the remainder of the funding for this will come from a £1000 Borough Councillor grant.  Cllr Bell proposed ratifying the decision to give this grant, Cllr Ansell seconded, unanimously agreed.  Clerk to take forward.







12 Finance  
12.1 November payments and reconciliation approval – see appendix C

The Clerk noted the payments for November.  Cllr Durrant proposed approving the November payments, seconded by Cllr Tomblin and unanimously approved.  Clerk to action.





12.2 Acknowledgement of Receipts – see appendix C  
13 Date of Next meeting  
  The next full Parish Council meeting is scheduled for Tuesday 20th December, with Planning Committee the week before on Tuesday 13th December.  
14 Resolution to exclude press and public from items that may require discussion of possible legal and financial proceedings  
15 Confidential Items  
  The meeting closed at 9.09pm  





Signed:                 ………………………………………………………………….      Date: ………………………………………              

Appendix A – November Briefing notes

Briefing Notes – November 2022



  • General – The insurance for the SpeedWatch equipment has been paid and the documents received.
  • Concerning speeds – The Street remains the highest concern (giving traffic volumes and SID positions). It is where it’s proposed that the AutoSpeedWatch cameras would be best positioned.
  • SID Locations – Two new locations were suggested for the SIDs, the Triangle by Minchens Lane, and Minchens Lane (south of the Clift Meadow entrance). See SID Data Table below for recorded data at those locations over a 7 day period. (*).
  • Recent Local SpeedWatch Activity – 2 Manned Deployments were carried out during October, both by the Village Hall. The Details of 16 vehicles were passed onto the Police. Max speed recorded during deployment was 39mph. The offending rate during the deployments was 4% and 8%  compared with the typical offending rate of 30-40%.
  • Equipment – The Speedwatch Co-ordinator attended a familiarisation session with the Church Crookham Speedwatch Group on 19th October to review a Bushnell 101911 RADAR GUN that the Church Crookham Group had on loan from Hampshire Police. The Church Crookham Group found the SpeedGun very easy to use, simply “point and shoot “.  The Gun gave them an advantage over the SID (which they also had in use) as the detection distance was greater, thus giving vehicles less time to react and slow down. There were only positive comments from members of the public passing. On completion of the Deployment the SpeedGun was transferred, on loan, to the Bramley Group for evaluation/use.

Training with the SpeedGun was undertaken on the Bramley Manned deployment on 25th October and then used as the speed detection source on the 27th October. Like the Church Crookham Speedwatch Group, the SpeedGun was found easy to use and much earlier detection of excessive speed was possible in comparison to the SIDs.

A Parish Council Grant has been submitted to enable the purchase of a Police approved SpeedGun (same as trialled).

SpeedWatch has met with Councillor S. Day regarding the adoption of an AutoSpeedWatch system in the Village.  Discussions have been had with Hampshire Police and Hampshire Highways regarding the system.  Although the police have no objections to the system they will not currently accept any output data as they feel that they do not have enough resource to manage the extra work load that the AutosSeedWatch system would generate, this despite us assuring  them that the data would be tailored so that they only received reports of the persistent high speeders.  Highways will require a license to be issued for the installation of the poles (4 off) and equipment.   The installation of the poles has to be undertaken by an approved contractor.  It is not clear how SpeedWatch could progress this. Does the parish Council have access to an approved contractor for the installation of the poles and can they assist in this matter?

I have included a link to the proposed AutoSpeedWatch system which was successfully trialled in Beech (Hampshire) and attached the Beech AutoSpeedWatch Report from that trial.


Speed Indicator Device (SID) DATA :


SID Location Days deployed Traffic direction % of vehicles exceeding

30 mph

No vehicles exceeding

60 mph

Max speed recorded (mph)
Triangle  Minchens lane/The Street* 7 East Bound 53% 1 62
Farriers central reservation 7 West Bound 16% 0 46
The Street Village Hall 7 East Bound 42% 0 60
Farriers central reservation 7 East Bound 35% 0 55
Minchens Lane after Clift Meadow entrance* 7 South Bound 16% 0 57
The Street Village Hall 7 West Bound 27% 0 60
The Street Village Hall 7 West Bound 27% 0 59
The Street Village Hall 7 East Bound 43% 9 68


Graham White



No written report received.



Nothing major to report.



No written report received.



Residents have reported an escalation in anti-social behaviour in the village recently, particularly in the Kirby Drive area.  Issues include:

  • Very aggressive door knocking after dark by youths
  • Fly-tipping, littering, un-taxed/MOT’d cars left on the public road, rusty boat trailers dumped in a private car park
  • ASB in the playground at Farriers Close
  • Parking/rubbish – a resident wondered if some of the litter often strewn about is from uncollected bins due to obstructive parking
  • Catapult being used targeting children
  • Attempted car break-in
  • Fire-setting at Farriers playground (it appears that this was a tyre which was one of the items that was fly-tipped nearby

These issues have been reported to the relevant authorities, including the police.



No written report received.



No written report received.


COUNTY COUNCILLOR REPORT – Report submitted by Cllr Rhydian Vaughan

  1. County Deal update

Negotiations are poised to take place with central Government on plans for a Pan-Hampshire County Deal, with the aim of investing in Hampshire’s economy and improving the lives of all residents and communities across the area – by bringing decisions and powers closer to people and places in the region.

Devolution proposals are now ready for formal negotiations with central Government, to secure the best possible deal for residents, businesses and communities across the whole Pan-Hampshire area, (covering Hampshire County Council, Southampton and Portsmouth City Councils, the 11 district and borough councils within the County Council administrative area, Isle of Wight Council and Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council).

The combined prospectus can be viewed at


  1. Support for warm winter hubs

Communities across Hampshire are being invited to apply to Hampshire County Council for support from the Leader’s Community Grants Scheme in order to create a network of warm hubs this winter.

Voluntary and community organisations, including parish and town councils, can apply for a grant of up to £5,000 to develop and host warm hubs where people can gather together. This might be in the form of a regular coffee morning or the provision of a shared activity; creative ideas and concepts that will deliver support especially to our most vulnerable residents are particularly welcome. Information can be found at .

Additional funding is also available to community groups from the Adult Services’ Local Solutions Grant fund to support local people maintain their independence. This includes assistance to organisations offering finance and money management support to those unable to easily access existing services, as well as for groups undertaking projects to help vulnerable people by reducing social isolation and loneliness. Details can be found at


  1. National Census

Data about the population in your local area can now be viewed readily on census maps published by the Office for National Statistics, search for details at .


  1. Roads

Hampshire Highways’ commitment to reduce carbon emissions and mitigate against the impact of climate change achieved national industry recognition last month. Its Carbon Strategy, which aligns with the County Council’s ambition to be carbon neutral by 2050, won the Environmental Sustainability Award as well as the Special Merit Award in this year’s Highways Industry Awards. The Special Merit Award is a particular achievement in that it is selected by its peers in the industry.

Last month 7,456 square metres of carriageway were resurfaced across the county, with 20,737 gullies and other drainage cleared, 6,535 potholes and other defects repaired and 5,489 square metres of footway repaired or resurfaced.

It is now prepared for the wetter and colder months ahead, with crews on standby 24/7, ready to salt the roads in snow and icy conditions, as well as deal with the impacts of high winds, heavy rain and flooding, such as those recently seen.



  1. Police & Crime Commissioner

Donna Jones, Hampshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has launched her annual precept consultation on council tax contributions to policing. The survey is online and will run from 31 Oct to 4 Dec. This survey is to gather views on whether she should increase the level of council tax in support of policing, continuing investment in Hampshire and Isle of Wight Constabulary. The survey can be found at

The Commissioner has also published her annual report for 2021/22, providing an overview of the Commissioner’s activities and key successes from when she took post in May 2021. It covers the recruitment of nearly 600 new police officers, extra funding for the region to tackle anti-social behaviour (ASB), domestic abuse and bespoke support for victims of sexual violence. It can be seen at


Cllr Rhydian Vaughan




Appendix B – Planning Committee Minutes


Date: 8th November 2022 Time:    7.00pm
Place: Bramley Room, Bramley Village Hall  
Present: Cllr Chris Flooks (Chair) Cllr Malcolm Bell
  Cllr Chris Tomblin Cllr Bruce Ansell
In attendance: Maxta Thomas (Clerk) 0 members of the public
Apologies: Cllr Keith Oborn  



1 Apologies for Absence  
  As listed above.  
2 Declarations of Interest  
  Cllr Tomblin noted his position on the BDBC Development Control Committee, and took no part in any planning decision.  
3 Minutes of the Last Planning Committee Meeting  
3.1 The minutes of the meeting held on 6th September 2022 were unanimously agreed to be a true record of the meeting and were signed by the Chairman.  


3.2 Matters arising  
4 Planning & Development  
4.1 New Applications  
a. 22/02540/HSE – Stocks Farm House The Street Bramley (see also 22/02541/LBC)

Installation of 5 solar panels on the hidden valley south facing tile roof

·         No objection unanimously agreed, but defer to Conservation Officer view.  Clerk to process.





b. 22/02864/LDPO – Renaire Coopers Lane Bramley

Certificate of lawfulness for the proposed development of a rear single storey extension and side porch.

·         No objection unanimously agreed.  Clerk to process.





c. T/00450/22/TPO – Street Record North Row Bramley

T1753 Tree Tag: 2624 English Oak: Prune, T1755 Tree tag: 2264 English Oak: Prune, T1760 Tree Tag: 2260 English Oak: Prune

·         Defer to tree officer unanimously agreed.  Clerk to process.





d. 22/02922/HSE – 9 Doric Avenue Chineham

Installation of a side entrance door to the east elevation

·         No objection unanimously agreed.  Clerk to process.




e. 22/02937/HSE – 9 Longbridge Road Bramley

Proposed single storey side extension

·         No objection unanimously agreed.  Clerk to process.






f. 22/02956/HSE – Oakdale Silchester Road Bramley

Proposed Porch and Two Rear Ground Floor Extensions, New Windows and Doors. Render of Brickwork Walls

·         No objection unanimously agreed.  Clerk to process.





g. Any other new applications




4.2 Approvals/Refusals/Pending (see appendix A)

These were noted.  The Clerk noted that permission has also been granted for 30  Coopers Lane (22/02326/HSE).

The Clerk particularly noted that the developer has responded to PC comments about the proposed battery installation near Ash Park (22/01797/FUL).  These have been circulated to all committee members for consideration.  Cllr Tomblin noted that the fire management plan is very local to the site and does not actually tackle how a fire would be dealt with if it happened.  He also noted that the Hampshire Fire & Rescue service has no strategy for this kind of installation.  It was noted that the lithium ion batteries are the safer kind of battery.  Clerk and Cllr Flooks to draft response.









Clerk/Cllr Flooks

5. Planning Appeals  
a.  21/00349/FUL – Land At OS Ref 464762 159811 Minchens Lane Bramley – Installation of a battery storage facility with associated works

Planning Inspectorate reference APP/H1705/W/21/3289603

No further update at present.

b. 20/03403/FUL – Site At Minchens Lane Bramley

Installation of renewable led energy generating station, comprising ground-mounted photovoltaic solar arrays, battery-based electricity storage containers together with substation, inverter/ transformer stations, site accesses, internal access tracks, security measures, access gates, other ancillary infrastructure, landscaping biodiversity enhancements including a Forest School, associated car parking and Nature Area

Planning Inspectorate reference APP/H1705/W/22/3304561

·         This appeal is to be determined on an inquiry basis.  The inquiry will be heard the week beginning 14th December 2022.

c. 21/03758/OUT – Land At Stocks Farm The Street – Outline planning permission (with all matters reserved except for access) for the demolition of one dwelling and erection of up to 140 dwellings and a community building of up to 250sqm under Use Class E, together with sports and leisure facilities.

Planning Inspectorate reference APP/H1705/W/22/3302752

·         This appeal is to be determined on an inquiry basis.  The inquiry is due to be held in January 2023, beginning on 10th January 2023.  Bramley Parish Council’s representations have been submitted.  Cllr Tomblin stated that BDBC are preparing a robust defence against the appeal.

d. 21/02588/TDC – Land Adjoining Clift Surgery Minchens Lane Bramley

Technical Details Consent for the erection of 6 no. residential units with associated access, parking, and landscaping, pursuant to Permission in Principle Approval Reference 19/01470/PIP for 4-6 no. residential units

Planning Inspectorate reference APP/H1705/W/22/3300098

·         This appeal has been dismissed by the Planning Inspector.  He stated that he ‘could not be satisfied that appropriate arrangements would be made to secure adequate infrastructure to mitigate the biodiversity impacts of the proposal.  Therefore, the appeal scheme would conflict with Policy EM4 of the Local Plan and Policy RE3 of the Bramley NP. As a result of this conflict, the proposal would conflict with the development plan when read as a whole.’

6. Water Issues  
  The recent heavy rain has resulted in a repeat of issues at properties in Centenary Fields, which has been reported to the Senior Engineer handling the Bramley sewerage project.  There has also been some localised flooding in Bramley Lane, although this has not affected properties in North Row or Bromelia Close on this occasion.

The same Senior Engineer has heard from Wates and BDBC regarding the appeal for the Stocks Farm development, and will be responding in due course.  Bramley Parish Council will be informed when the response is made.

7. Minchens Lane s.106 issues  
  Clift Meadow lighting – the newly installed lights are still not operational.  The Clerk is liaising with Persimmon to resolve this.

Allotments lease – there is still one clause that Persimmon and Bramley PC are struggling to agree on, regarding the use of external contractors for the installation of pipework and water troughs.  A compromise is being sought, although Persimmon are proving very resistant to changing this.  The Clerk and Cllr Durrant continue to work on this.







8. Local Plan Update  
  Cllr Tomblin gave an update.  The Local Plan Update is technically paused whilst officers obtain and consider the missing necessary reports (water, transport, etc).  The housing numbers will also need to be reviewed.  Cllr Tomblin has put forward a motion to get involvement with Neighbourhood Plans, local councils, and community champions to understand what it is like on the ground in local communities.  This is to aid the Rural Strategy.  
9. Neighbourhood Plan  
  NP working group met last month.  Main areas to be considered are policies about environmental issues, landscape, remote housing in the countryside, and strategic gaps and settlement boundaries.  
10. Date of Next Meeting  
  The next Planning Committee meeting is scheduled for Tuesday 13th December 2022, to be held at the Bramley Room at Bramley Village Hall.


Meeting closed at 8.18pm








1. 21/01219/HSE – Clover Cottage Silchester Road Bramley

Conversion of loft to habitable space, including extension of existing hipped roof and addition of roof lights to the front and rear elevations




2. 22/01989/HSE – Garden Cottage 6 Razors Farm Doric Avenue Chineham

Erection of a conservatory


No objection

3. 22/02367/HSE – Sagepalm Barn Cufaude Lane Bramley

Siting of solar panels in the garden covering an area 11.8m X 6.8m




No objection

4. T/00377/22/TCA – Glebelands Silchester Road Bramley

Five Oaks identified as T1, T2, T3, T4, and T5 Reduce lateral branches

Raise no objection

No comment


Pending Applications*

1. T/00583/20/TPO – Middle Farm The Street Bramley

T1, T2, T3 – Western Red Cedars: prune.

Defer to tree officer
2. 20/03204/VLA – Land At Minchens Lane Bramley

Variation of Section 106 agreement attached to 14/01075/OUT to enable the transfer of the Equipped play area, northern kick about and southern kick about areas to the existing management company instead of the Parish Council

No comment as PC has interest in application
3. 22/00444/PIP – Land North Of Cufaude Cottage Cufaude Lane Bramley

Application for Permission in Principle for the erection of 4 no. dwellings

4. 22/00744/FUL – Bramley Garage Sherfield Road Bramley

Demolition of existing garage and bakery buildings, erection of two buildings comprising a Class E commercial unit and 9 residential flats, change of use of land to residential use associated with Spring Fields, change of use of parts of residential curtilage of Spring Fields to form part of new development, associated car parking, servicing and landscaping.

5. 22/01703/VLA – Land At The Street The Street Bramley

Variation of section 106 agreement attached to 15/02682/OUT to insert mortgagee in possession clause

No comment
6. 22/01797/FUL – Land East Of Ash Park Business Centre Ash Lane Little London

Installation of a battery storage facility and ancillary development.

7. 22/02029/HSE – 17 Moat Close Bramley

Proposed two storey side extension and single storey rear extension

No objection
8. 22/02275/OUT – Land At The Street Bramley

Outline application for the erection of 4 dwellings with associated access

9. 22/02326/HSE – 30 Coopers Lane Bramley

Demolition of existing garage and construction of a 1.5 storey side and single storey rear extensions. Construction of a timber framed cycle store within the front garden

No objection
10. T/00400/22/TPO – 6 Pound Close Bramley

Willow/ mixed species – prune

Defer to tree officer

*Objections/no objections listed are the decision of Bramley Parish Council only, and do not reflect any submissions placed by members of the public or other bodies with Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council.

Appendix C – Finance

 The November finance statement can be viewed here.