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Design guide for social housing in rural Northern Ireland Appendices - - - Review Archaeological and Built Heritage Aspects (PPS 6 and Addendum) Review consistency with planning policies for public open space (PPS 8) If a proposal affects Is the proposal Does the proposal Does the proposal Does the proposal Does the proposal Review Archaeological and Built Heritage Aspects (PPS 6 and Addendum) Does the proposal affect Does the proposal Does the proposal affect a State Care affect a monument or require an a site of a monument within the setting affect any historic any listed building, other involve the loss of require the or scheduled archaeological site, archaeological or archaeological of a World Heritage? garden, park or vernacular building, existing public provision of public Does the proposal Does the proposal If a proposal affects Does the proposal Does the proposal Is the proposal Does the proposal affect monument, either either directly or its assessment or interest or its setting, (The only site at demesne? conservation area, or an open space? open space? affect a monument or any listed building, other within the setting a site of a monument affect any historic require an affect a State Care directly or its setting? investigation? can adequate present in the (Policy BH 6) area of townscape (Policy OS 1) (Policy OS 2) archaeological archaeological site, vernacular building, of a World Heritage? or archaeological garden, park or or scheduled setting? (Policy BH 2) (Policy BH 3) mitigation measures Region is the Giants demesne? character? monument, either (The only site at conservation area, or an interest or its setting, either directly or its assessment or (Policy BH 1) setting? investigation? be imposed? Causeway) (Policy BH 6) (Policies BH 7, 8, 10 This will not Where more than 25 area of townscape directly or its present in the can adequate Region is the Giants setting? (Policy BH 2) (Policy BH 3) (Policy BH 4) (Policy BH 5) 11, 12, 14 & 15 of PPS 6 & normally be dwellings proposed, mitigation measures character? (Policy BH 1) be imposed? Causeway) Policies ATC 1 & 2 of the approved even if 10% to be provided (Policies BH 7, 8, 10 11, 12, 14 & 15 of PPS 6 & (Policy BH 4) (Policy BH 5) Addendum) in poor condition as public open space Policies ATC 1 & 2 of the unless there are Will the proposal Will adequate Will any What would be the Will the proposal Will the proposal Will the proposal secure exceptional Where more than Addendum) affect critical protection or archaeological mitigation measures have any adverse have any adverse the future, appropriately, circumstances ie:- 100 dwellings views, public mitigation measures assessment identify that may be required? affect on the setting affect? of a listed building? …. demonstrable normally an Will any Will the proposal What would be the Will the proposal secure Will the proposal Will adequate Will the proposal access or protect the site potential significant mitigation measures as defined by the have any adverse the future, appropriately, wider community equipped children's protection or affect critical have any adverse archaeological appreciation of affected? remains? that may be required? Northern Area Plan? Can planning Will any extension or benefits, or play area is required affect? mitigation measures views, public affect on the setting of a listed building? assessment identify the monument? protect the site potential significant as defined by the conditions secure or alteration to a listed ....less than 10% of access or remains? Will any extension or Can planning appreciation of affected? Will any Northern Area Plan? retention of the building avoid damage a large area of Any public open - Are there archaeological historic interest? to its character? playing fields space to be integrated conditions secure or alteration to a listed the monument? exceptional investigation identify retention of the building avoid damage enabling upgrading functionally and Will any circumstances? significant remains? historic interest? Are there exceptional the balance. visually. to its character? Are there archaeological exceptional investigation identify reasons to demolish any Review consistency with planning policies for public open space (PPS 8) circumstances? significant remains? affected listed building? Are there exceptional reasons to demolish any Review consistency with planning policies for flood risk (PPS 15) Will there be any adverse Does the proposal Does the proposal affected listed building? impact on the setting of Is the proposal involve the loss of require the Does the proposal Is the proposal at risk Will the proposal any affected listed building within a flood existing public provision of public require the culverting Will there be any adverse of flooding even affect existing flood impact on the setting of plain? open space? open space? or canalisation of an defences? though outside any Will the proposal maintain (Policy FLD 1) (Policy OS 1) (Policy OS 2) existing watercourse? any affected listed building (Policy FLD 2) flood plain or will it the character of any likely to increase (Policy FLD 4) affected Conservation Area/ This will not Where more than 25 Will the proposal maintain flood risk elsewhere? Local Landscape Policy normally be dwellings proposed, the character of any (Policy FLD 3) Area. Is the proposal approved even if 10% to be provided affected Conservation Area/ consistent with any area New development in poor condition as public open space Normally this is not Local Landscape Policy Mitigation measures Development not specific guidance? not normally unless there are included in the acceptable unless it Area. Is the proposal permitted that may consistent with any area approved, unless:- exceptional Where more than is part of a wider proposal, without affect the specific guidance? ….redevelopment circumstances ie:- 100 dwellings flood relief scheme, or effectiveness of adverse flood impact Review consistency with the creation of a Quality Residential Environment (PPS 7 and Addendum and DCAN 8) …. demonstrable normally an that will be protected existing flood equipped children's only a short length is elsewhere, undue wider community by existing flood defences or impede visual intrusiveness necessary, or there is Any planning application will need to be supported by a site analysis, design concept statement and concept plan defences or benefits, or play area is required no practical Review consistency with the creation of a Quality Residential Environment (PPS 7 and Addendum and DCAN 8) access to them. or environmental ...a single dwelling ....less than 10% of detriment. alternative. Does the proposal Does the proposal Is adequate provision Does the proposal Does the proposal Does the proposal Will the proposal promote in the countryside a large area of Any public open Any planning application will need to be supported by a site analysis, design concept statement and concept plan respect its context? respect all site made for both public provide adequately for provide appropriate use appropriate security and avoid crime? without major increase playing fields space to be integrated (Policy QD 1(a & h)) features, including and private open safe and convenient car and cycle form, materials (Policy QD 1(i)) in flood risk. enabling upgrading functionally and Does the proposal Does the proposal Does the proposal Is adequate provision Does the proposal Will the proposal promote Does the proposal provide adequately for respect all site use appropriate respect its context? any archaeological, space? Can the site be walking and cycling? parking? and detail? security and avoid crime? the balance. visually. provide appropriate made for both public form, materials and private open car and cycle (Policy QD 1(a & h)) built heritage and appropriately (Policy QD 1(e)) (Policy QD 1(f)) (Policy QD 1(g)) (Policy QD 1(i)) safe and convenient features, including landscape features? landscaped? walking and cycling? parking? and detail? any archaeological, space? Can the site be (Policy QD 1(b)) (Policy QD 1(c)) (Policy QD 1(e)) (Policy QD 1(f)) (Policy QD 1(g)) Other considerations appropriately built heritage and landscape features? landscaped? Will the proposal Are all features Where appropriate Will the proposal Will the proposal Will the proposal Will the proposal include The feasibility of the satisfactory discharge of waste water, either into the public mains system or where this is not available the feasibility of the (Policy QD 1(b)) (Policy QD 1(c)) be consistent with worthy of retention, does the proposal avoid domination by not just provide provide contrast enclosed rear gardens? provision of a "package" system and achievement of any necessary consents to discharge. local character? appropriately include adequate and roads and parking sufficent car park and interest and Will the proposal include Will the proposal Where appropriate Will the proposal Will the proposal Are all features Will the proposal enclosed rear gardens? provide contrast worthy of retention, does the proposal avoid domination by be consistent with incorporated with suitable public open areas? spaces but in a way achieve coherence Will the proposal avoid The discharge of storm water run off. not just provide Will it avoid adequate space? space? roads and parking that avoids visual and identity? narrow, secluded paths? appropriately sufficent car park and interest and include adequate and local character? detriment to incorporated with suitable public open Will the proposal domination? achieve coherence Will the proposal avoid The existence of watercourses that will need to be retained with minimal alteration. spaces but in a way areas? residential adequate space? Will individual facilitate easy and that avoids visual Is the proposal Will the proposal ensure Will it avoid space? narrow, secluded paths? and identity? amenity or undue dwellings have safe movement within Will all parked cars consistent with all public spaces The availablility of an adequate mains water supply. Will the proposal domination? detriment to loss of privacy? adequate and and to outside the site have informal any planning including roads, paths and Will the proposal ensure facilitate easy and residential Will individual Is the proposal consistent with dwellings have amenity or undue suitable private by foot and cycle? survelliance? guidance specific open spaces are The existence of services, in, through, under or over the site that may have to be altered or redirected. all public spaces safe movement within Will all parked cars Will it avoid large outdoor space? and to outside the site have informal to the location? overlooked? loss of privacy? adequate and including roads, paths and any planning retaining walls on suitable private Will the proposal Will the proposal guidance specific open spaces are The availability of an adequate power supply. survelliance? by foot and cycle? sloping sites? Will the proposal respect existing rights include for safe Is the proposal overlooked? Will it avoid large to the location? outdoor space? retaining walls on incorporate of way? and secure cycle consistent with the The availibility of a natural gas supply, within proximity of the site. Will the proposal Will the proposal Does it avoid appropriate respect existing rights parking within overall character Will the proposal sloping sites? include for safe Is the proposal dwelling rears landscaping, using Will the road geometry the curtilage? of the settlement? Potential contamination risks. of way? consistent with the incorporate and secure cycle fronting roads? native species avoid unsafe vehicle parking within overall character appropriate Does it avoid of the settlement? dwelling rears extensively? speeds internally? the curtilage? Will the proposal The existence within the site or its setting of any listed building. landscaping, using Will the road geometry fronting roads? native species avoid unsafe vehicle avail of solar gain, extensively? speeds internally? sustainable The location within either a Conservation Area or Area of Townscape Heritage. Will the proposal construction, SUDs avail of solar gain, and renewables? Potential contamination risks. sustainable construction, SUDs and renewables? The existence of any nature conservation designation in or in close proximity to the site. The availability of The discharge of 126 storm water run off, an adequate power 127 supply,
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