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- APPENDIX B Planning Policy for Rural Sites Stage 6 Review all Proposed Access Arrangements (PPS 3, DCAN 15 and the Guidance of "Parking Standards") Is the site affected Is there an Is the adjoining Is the access on to Can a safe access road network adequate and appropriate existing footpath assessment be provided? by any proposed a "Protected Route"? adequate? (Policy AMP 2 & necessary? spaces for car parking? transport scheme along the site (Policy AMP 3) or does it prejudice (Policy AMP 6) (Policy AMP 7 & "Parking (Policy AMP 2) DCAN 15) frontage? (Policy AMP 2) the future re-use of Standards) a dis-used transport route. (Policies AMP 4 & 5) Are there nearby If the access is within Is there any For larger Can the required If not, can a housing a settlment, is there horizontal and junctions which footpath link be road proposal, an alternative? are considered Review all Planning/Environmental Technical Requirements and Considerations Is a transport Does the proposal provide proposals, vertical visibility pedestrian or cycle provided to unsatisfactory? be provided at the nearby facilities, improvement, or a transport Design guide for social housing in rural Northern Ireland Are there gaps in proposed access? where this is If the access is other transport assessment Appendices may be scheme that affects appropriate? outside a ssttlement, footpath links to Can the required can it be considered the site? required. local facilities? forward visibility as an exception be provided at the to the normal Does the proposal proposed access? policy prohibition? impact on a former railway-line or Is a right hand inland waterway? turning lane required on the priority road? Appendix A Appendix B If third party lands are required, can they be acquired? Road map for utilising existing rural planning policy to deliver approvals for rural social and affordable housing. Review all planning/environmental technical requirements and considerations Appendix A Planning Policy for Rural Sites Review Potential Impacts on any Nature Conservation Interest (PPS 2 - presently under review) Utilising Existing Rural Planning Policy to Deliver Approvals for Rural Social and Affordable Housing The Principle of the Proposed Development relative to its Location Does the proposal Does the proposal Does the proposal Does the proposal Does the site affect a site with a affect a site with an affect a designated affect any other include trees with a European conser- Area of Scientific Site of Local Nature identifed nature Preservation Order vation or Ramsar Interest, National Conservation conservation (TPO)or does the designation? Nature Reserve, Interest? Interest? proposal affect Area of Special other trees or Review Development Plan and PPS 21 Context Scientific Interest, woodland? or Marine Nature Reserve designation? Will the proposal Will the value of the Will the value of the Will the proposal Can consent be Within a Within a Within the affect the integrity proposal exceed any proposal exceed any adversely impact on obtained for the designated designated countryside? of the site's adverse effects on adverse effects on any protected species unavoidable loss of settlement? Dispersed nature nature conservation nature conservation or their habitat, any trees with a Rural conservation interest? interest? including bats, otters, TPO? Community? interest? and badgers? Will planning Will planning Can the maximum Will the proposal conditions/agreement conditions/agreement Will the proposal number of existing have exceptional or management or management adversely impact on trees be retained? other benefits? agreement, off-set agreement, off-set any habitat worthy of Within a Within Within a Does the Is the site within Is this a site Is the a site near a Is this an infill any loss of nature any loss of nature protection, including Are there housing "white land"? non housing site meet the an existing with settlement of less site? conservation conservation interest? wet grasslands, opportunities for zoning? zoning? tests of cluster? replacement than 2,250 residents (Policy CTY 8) interest? freshwater lakes, new tree planting? Policy CTY 2/5? (Policy CTY 2a) opportunities? where there is a blanket & lowland (Policy CTY3) need that cannot raised bogs, peatland, be met within it? deciduous woodland, (Policy CTY 5) - river corridors and coastal dunes? APPENDIX B Will planning Planning Policy for Rural Sites conditions minimise What if any Are there Are there any No more than Are there more Do the existing Complete a 3 or more Stage 6 Review all Planning/Environmental Technical Requirements and Considerations compensate any loss? are the any policy policy constraints 14 dwellings. than 4 buildings buildings comprehensive existing buildings "key site constraints related to the use of which at least exhibit the survey of all along a road requirements" at this of this zoning for Visual impact? 3 are dwellings? essential potential sites frontage? prescribed in location? housing? characteristics within the Review all Proposed Access Arrangements (PPS 3, DCAN 15 and the Guidance of "Parking Standards") the Area Plan? Integration Viusal entity? of a dwelling? settlement limit. Not more than with existing If none suitable 2 houses which Is the adjoining Can a safe access Is there an Is the access on to Is the site affected Is a transport Does the proposal provide pattern? At a focal point? No loss of follow sequence:- are in character? road network be provided? existing footpath a "Protected Route"? by any proposed assessment adequate and appropriate retainable adequate? (Policy AMP 2 & along the site (Policy AMP 3) transport scheme necessary? spaces for car parking? Acceptable vernacular 1st - review sites (Policy AMP 2) DCAN 15) frontage? or does it prejudice (Policy AMP 6) (Policy AMP 7 & "Parking enclosure with buildings? adjoining existing (Policy AMP 2) the future re-use of Standards) development on settlement limit. a dis-used at least 2 sides? Visual impact? transport route. 2nd - review (Policies AMP 4 & 5) Not intrusive Other existing developed into the environmental or degraded sites countryside? benefits? close to the Are there nearby Can the required If not, can a If the access is within Is there any For larger settlement limit. junctions which horizontal and footpath link be a settlment, is there road proposal, housing No adverse are considered vertical visibility provided to an alternative? pedestrian or cycle proposals, impact on 3rd - review all unsatisfactory? be provided at the nearby facilities, improvement, or a transport residential sites close to proposed access? where this is If the access is other transport assessment amenity? settlement limit Are there gaps in appropriate? outside a ssttlement, scheme that affects may be capable of visual footpath links to Can the required can it be considered the site? required. integration. local facilities? forward visibility as an exception be provided at the to the normal Does the proposal Not more than proposed access? policy prohibition? impact on a former 14 dwellings. railway-line or Is a right hand inland waterway? turning lane required on the priority road? If third party lands are required, can they be acquired? Review Potential Impacts on any Nature Conservation Interest (PPS 2 - presently under review) Does the proposal Does the proposal Does the proposal Does the proposal Does the site affect a site with a affect a site with an affect a designated affect any other include trees with a European conser- Area of Scientific Site of Local Nature identifed nature Preservation Order vation or Ramsar Interest, National Conservation conservation (TPO)or does the 124 designation? Nature Reserve, Interest? Interest? proposal affect 125 Area of Special other trees or Scientific Interest, woodland? or Marine Nature Reserve designation? Will the proposal Will the value of the Will the value of the Will the proposal Can consent be affect the integrity proposal exceed any proposal exceed any adversely impact on obtained for the of the site's adverse effects on adverse effects on any protected species unavoidable loss of nature nature conservation nature conservation or their habitat, any trees with a conservation interest? interest? including bats, otters, TPO? interest? and badgers? Will planning Will planning Can the maximum Will the proposal conditions/agreement conditions/agreement Will the proposal number of existing have exceptional or management or management adversely impact on trees be retained? other benefits? agreement, off-set agreement, off-set any habitat worthy of any loss of nature any loss of nature protection, including Are there conservation conservation interest? wet grasslands, opportunities for interest? freshwater lakes, new tree planting? blanket & lowland raised bogs, peatland, deciduous woodland, river corridors and coastal dunes? Will planning conditions minimise compensate any loss?
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