development and maintained in accordance with these standards thereafter.
REASON: To protect the living conditions of occupiers of the area in accordance with adopted policies B5 and and ES5 and RUDP policies 4.1 and 4.5.
Details of Police Secured by Design Measures, including investigation into the provision of (i) automated barrier controls to each entrance to the underground car parking, (ii) lighting within the site, including in the underground parking areas (iii) re-location of cycle storage facilities within Bromyard House and (iv) CCTV submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority and the approved details implemented prior to first occupation of the relevant part of the development and thereafter permanently retained.
REASON: To ensure that the proposed development achieves the required crime prevention elements as detailed by the Government Circular 5/94 ‘Planning Out Crime’ and with requirements of clause 17 of the Crime and Disorder Act 1988 which imposes a duty on a Local Authority ‘to do all that it can to prevent crime and disorder in its area’ in accordance with adopted UDP policy B20 and RUDP policies 4.3 & 4.4.
The construction of the site drainage system shall be carried out in accordance with details set out by the Environment Agency, which shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority before development commences.
REASON: To prevent pollution of the water environment in accordance with adopted UDP policies R10 and RUDP policy 2.5.
The use of the new 3-storey office building for Department of Pensions and Works purposes, shall not be open to visiting members of the public outside 08.30 hours to 16.30 hours Monday to Friday and not at any time on Saturday, Sundays or Bank or Public Holidays.
REASON: In the interests of the living conditions of occupiers of nearby properties in accordance with adopted UDP policies B5 and ES5 and RUDP policy 4.1 & 4.11.
Any machinery audible outside the premises shall be designed to an acoustic standard not
exceeding Noise Rating NR35 measured or calculated at the nearest horizontal or vertical boundary
of the nearest affected dwelling, whichever is the closer, and implemented in accordance with this standard at first installation and permanently retained.
REASON: To protect the living conditions of neighbouring occupiers in accordance with adopted UDP policy B5 and RUDP policy 4.1.
Suitable and sufficient acoustic separation to at least that specified in the 1992 Edition of the
Approved Document E of the Building Regulations 1991 shall be provided between (i) the ceilings
and walls of the new live/work units at ground floor and adjoining residential units on the ground
and first floors, (ii) the walls and ceilings of the creche and gymnasium at ground floor and the
adjoining live/work units at ground floor and the residential units at second floor, (iii) the ceilings
and walls of the offices at ground to third floors and residential units at ground to fourth
floors, (iv) the ceilings of the parking decks and the basement and ground floors of the new 3-storey
blocks of flats on the north boundary of the site. Such measures shall be implemented prior to first
occupation of the relevant part of the development.
REASON: To protect the living conditions of the adjacent occupiers in accordance with adopted UDP policy B5 and RUDP policy 4.1.
No part of the residential development or retained office accommodation hereby permitted shall
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