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For each phase identified pursuant to condition no. 2 no development shall take place until there has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority a plan including the positions, design, materials and type of boundary treatment to be erected and an implementation programme. Development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details.

REASON: To protect the visual appearance of the area and the living conditions of neighbouring occupiers in accordance with adopted UDP policies B1, B2 and RUDP policies 4.1 and 4.5.

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The entire root system of trees to be retained, as shown on the approved drawings, indicated by the

spread of their branches, shall be protected by stout exclusion fencing until completion of the

development.

REASON: To prevent damage to the trees in the interest of the visual character and appearance of the

Area in accordance with adopted UDP policies B2, ES4 and RUDP policies 4.5.

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0208

The area beneath the spread of the branches of the trees to be retained as shown on the approved

drawings shall not be used for the storage of building materials, plant, machinery or other items, or for

vehicular access or for the burning of materials of any kind.

REASON: To prevent damage to the trees in the interest of the visual character and appearance of the

Area in accordance with adopted policies B2, ES4 and RUDP policies 4.5.

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Prior to commencement of work on the relevant phase of the development as identified pursuant to condition no. 2, on site dustbin and enclosed refuse areas, details of which shall be submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority, shall be sited a maximum distance of 23 metres (10 metres where paladins are employed) from an adopted highway, and a maximum of 25 metres from any dwelling unit intended to use them.

REASON: To comply with the Council’s Design Guides in accordance with adopted UDP policy H34 and RUDP policies 4.1 and 5.5.

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The communal garden areas as shown on the approved site plan (Drawing No. BHB PL-100) shall be retained permanently for communal use of the residents of the development. No walls or fences or other means of enclosure, other than those shown on the approved drawings, shall be erected within or around these garden areas, unless otherwise approved by the Local Planning Authority, and thereafter carried out as approved.

REASON: To ensure that a uniform design and appearance to the street scene is retained in the interests of the visual amenity of the area; and in order to secure a safe environment in accordance with adopted policies B2 and ES4 and RUDP policy 4.5.

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Notwithstanding the details shown on the drawings the northern boundary wall to the car park and podium blocks shall be faced in solid brickwork with no openings or grilles and thereafter so maintained unless otherwise agreed in writing with the Local Planning Authority

REASON: To protect the living conditions of the neighbouring residential properties in accordance with adopted policies B2 and ES4 and RUDP policy 4.5.

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Details of all external lighting to be erected including new lights at roof level, demonstrating compliance with the recommendations of the Institution of Lighting Engineers “Guidance Notes for the Reduction of Light Pollution” and the provisions of BS5489 Part 9, must be submitted in writing to and approved by the Local Planning Authority prior to the development commencing. The lighting as approved must be installed prior to the first occupation of any part of the

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