Wednesday, 13 December 2017

Extension objection

AMENDED plans to extend a house in St Andrew’s Road, Henley, have been recommended for refusal by the town council.

AMENDED plans to extend a house in St Andrew’s Road, Henley, have been recommended for refusal by the town council.

Six neighbours have objected to the proposed two-storey side and rear extensions with an integral garage.

In September, the council recommended the original application be refused, saying the development would be out of keeping with the street scene and too large for the location and would alter the building line.

The council says the amended plan to reduce the width of the side extension, move the main window in a bedroom and reduce the width of rear dormers does not go far enough.

Councillor Sam Evans told the planning committee, Councillor Sam Evans said: “The views of the neighbours are so strongly felt and the amendments are very small.”

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