Planning Applications reviewed by SRA
We review current planning applications at every meeting,
as recorded in the minutes
and detailed in our Planning Reports ... as follows :-
- September 2020
- July 2020
- May 2020
Planning applications can be viewed on Chichester District Council’s website
Your Voice Counts
Any objections to planning applications can be sent via the CDC website or by letter to :-
Mark as “Objection” and include the reference number.
Head of Development and Building Control Services,
Chichester District Council,
East Pallant House,
1 East Pallant,
Planning Queries: Chichester District Council:
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Summersdale Neighbourhood Character Appraisal
We produced a report in 2008 which serves as a reference in planning matters in our area.
Its summary describes its purpose thus :-
It was "written in conjunction with the Chichester City Planning and
Conservation Committee, was limited to the oldest properties and roads in
the suburb. It describes the history and distinctive visual character of the
neighbourhood, and provides a framework for limited and sensitive
development, while protecting the long established character and heritage
of the area.
A case is made for either an appropriate Conservation policy, or a
comprehensive Local Listing of buildings 'the character and appearance of
which it is desirable to preserve or enhance' (PPG15).
It also makes a strong case against demolition, and puts quality well
before quantity in any re-development. There are no current opportunities
for large scale development in the prescribed area and few, if any, for
appropriate infill re-development. The area needs no re-generation per se,
and the local demand for other than established family homes should be
easily absorbed by the large residential developments nearby at
Graylingwell Hospital and the Roussillon Barracks.
This appraisal was adopted by Chichester City Council at its meeting on 9
Click Here for the full report.