Planning Applications

The Parish Council is consulted by the Local Planning Authority (Stroud District Council) on current planning applications in the Parish. In Chalford this is dealt with by a committee, the Plans Assessment Committee, which meets every 2 to 3 weeks to consider current planning applications. These meetings are advertised on Parish notice boards and members of the public are permitted to attend and speak on a planning matter if they wish. Please contact the Parish Clerk/Assistant Clerk for further advice on this.

The following guidelines are used by the Parish Council Plans Assessment Committee when considering their response to the Local Planning Authority as consultees for planning applications in the parish.
PAC Guidelines

PLEASE NOTE: The whole of Chalford Parish is in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has 6 Conservation Areas. Both of these designations restrict your “permitted development rights” (i.e. you will need to apply for planning permission for certain types of work which do not need an application in other areas). We strongly recommend you check with Stroud District Council planning department before planning or commencing any building work on your property.  Tel.  (01453) 754 442
Planning permission advice

If you wish to carry out work on trees on your property and you live in the Conservation Area you are required to notify SDC before commencing.
SDC advise on working on trees in a Conservation Area

Community Infrastructure Levy

The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) allows local authorities in England and Wales to raise funds from developers undertaking new building projects in their area. The money can be used to fund a wide range of infrastructure that is needed as a result of development. SDC adopted CIL in February 2017 and it was implemented on the 01st April 2017.

Please click the link to see what Chalford Parish Council received in 18/19.

SDC CIL Reporting form (2)

For more information on the Community Infrastructure Levy please visit www.stroud.gov.uk/cil

Applications to be considered by the Plans Assessment Committee at their meeting on 2nd April 2020.

S.20/0481/HHOLD 19 Tylers Way, Chalford Hill Single storey rear extensions and garage conversion to utility/office.

S.20/0454/HHOLD Cherry Trees, Lynch Road Side Extension.

S.20/0521/TCA Upland House, Commercial Road Yew tree adjacent to front gate. Shape with hedge trimmer to encourage spherical growth. Crown reduce up to 1m/3ft in places under the home-owners guidance.

S.20/0534/TCA Chalford Place, London Road Eucalyptus (Tree 1) – Pruned to encourage fuller growth, Unknown (Tree 2)- Low bows pruned due to proximity to fence line, Willow (Tree 3) – Pollarding to reduce risk to fence line

S.20/0543/HHOLD Sherston Cottage, Brownshill Two storey extension.

S.20/0569/TCA Woodlands House, France Lynch Holly (T1) – Prune to include the wind rocking, a height reduction of 2m and spread of 1m. Bay Laurel (T2) – Crown reduction works – Height and spread reduction of 1.5m, cutting back to strong secondary growth. Shape and balance. Cherry (T4) – Crown reduction works – height and spread reduction of 1.5m, cutting back strong secondary growth. Shape and balance. Holly (T7) – Crown reduction works – height reduction of 2m and spread by 1m, cutting back to strong suitable secondary growth. Shape and balance. Copper Beech (T9) – Reduce low branches road side, back within the curtilage of the property. Reduce branches back off power supply, giving 2m clearance.

S.20/0386/FUL Court House Erection of agricultural building

S.20/0585/FUL Old Mill House, Hampton Lane St Marys The erection of a timber outbuilding/garden room

S.20/0579/TCA Cavanbah, Bussage Various (G1)- Remove smaller tree saplings, remove 5 dead trees, Leylandii (G2) – Remove 3 smaller trees, Maple (T1) – Prune new growth to reduce crown, 7m in height, 5m width