The development shall not be begun later than the expiration of THREE YEARS from the date of this permission.
REASON: Required to be imposed pursuant to Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.
The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans:
Location Plan (Dwg No. TSWK-STDC-LAC-ZZ-DR-C-0011) received by the Local Planning Authority on 25/05/21
Original Ground Levels (Dwg No. JSH024) received by the Local Planning Authority on 25/05/21
Pavement Layout Plan received by the Local Planning Authority on 25/05/21
Pavement Cross Sections received by the Local Planning Authority on 25/05/21
General Arrangement Plan (Dwg No. TSWK-STDC-LAC-ZZ-DR-C-0012) received by the Local Planning Authority on 25/05/21
Soil Treatment Hospital Area Sections (Dwg No. TSWK-STDC-LAC-ZZ-DR-C-0013) received by the Local Planning Authority on 25/05/21
REASON: To accord with the terms of the planning application.
Development shall be implemented in line with the drainage scheme contained within the submitted documents entitled “Water Treatment Prairie Excavations”, “TSWK-STDC-LAC-ZZ-DRC- 0018” and “Flood Risk Assessment & Drainage Strategy”. The drainage scheme shall ensure that surface water discharges to the combined sewer at manhole 7902. The surface water discharge rate shall not exceed the available capacity of 10 l/sec that has been identified in this sewer.
REASON: To prevent the increased risk of flooding from any sources in accordance with the NPPF.
The development hereby permitted shall not be commenced (or other agreed time trigger) until such time as a scheme to treat and remove suspended solids and possible contamination from surface water run-off during construction works has been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the local planning authority. The scheme shall be implemented as approved.
REASON: This condition is required in accordance with paragraph 170 (e) of the National Planning Policy Framework which states that planning decisions should prevent new and existing development from contributing to unacceptable levels of water pollution. Development should, wherever possible, help to improve local environmental conditions such as air and water quality, taking into account relevant information such as river basin management plans. This condition is necessary to protect controlled waters from pollution, including contamination caused by any disturbance to the site as it likely to be contaminated.
Statement of Co-operative Working: The Local Planning Authority considers that the application as originally submitted is a satisfactory scheme and therefore no negotiations have been necessary.