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I am bringing this to your attention because I have strong concerns about the impact it will have on the character of the area. Should you share my objections, please respond to the consultation as soon as possible (deadline 6th January).
There are only three valid planning grounds on which such an application can be refused. These are:
1. Siting and appearance – the developer should ensure that the apparatus is sited and designed so as to minimise its visual impact. The proposal should not have an adverse impact on the visual amenity of the surrounding area.
2. Alternative sites – the applicant is required to show that a robust search of potential sites was conducted and various alternative sites were considered and discounted. The reasons for discounting alternative sites should also be included.
3. Health Matters – the applicant must demonstrate that there would be no health risks associated with the proposed development.
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If you would like to object too, follow this link to the council's website and write the application reference number 221825 in the appropriate box. Fill in the other boxes as prompted.
All the plans and supportive information can be read on the council’s website here.
Let me know if you have any questions on this, or any other council-related matter, by sending me an email: Isobel.Ballsdon@reading.gov.uk