Ruislip Residents' Association

2012

The 2012 applications and reports are shown below as they may still be of concern today.  We watch the progress of all local applications, which sometimes remain live for long periods of time.


Blubeckers Restaurant recently applied to extend the rear decking area into the Manor Farm complex, which of course has Conservation status.

Fortunately their planning application has been refused by local planners.
Published on 13 September 2012

With the recent approval of a planning application to construct  61 residential dwellings on land at Lyon Court 28-30 Pembroke Road, we are surely reaching a saturation point in terms of new developments in these localities. The situation is hardly likely to get any better with new planning law making the presumption in favour of sustainable development, unless there are sound grounds for refusal. The question then arises, would the new National Planning Policy Framework override Hillingdon's own Local Development Framework guidelines recently approved by Central Government?


Published on 13 September 2012

Land to rear of 51 and 53 Pembroke Road- A planning application to erect 2 five-bedroom detached dwellings with habitable roofspace, associated parking and amenity space having been refused by local planners went to appeal on 6 January. The appeal will be decided on the basis of an exchange of written statements coupled with a site visit.
First published on 25 February 2012.  Last updated on 13 March 2012

A planning application to construct a single storey outbuilding to front for use as garden store having been refused by local planners went to appeal on 5 January. The site is at 2 Ducks Hill Cottages, Ducks Hill Road and will be determined on the basis of written representations.
First published on 25 February 2012.  Last updated on 13 March 2012
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