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Archive for the ‘Aultone Way’ Category

In March, Sutton Council turned down a planning application (no. DM2018/00163) for the construction of four houses on land to the rear of 53, 55 and 57 Aultone Way. The applicant appealed against the decision, and we have now heard that the Planning Inspector has upheld Sutton’s decision. The Inspector said: ‘In this location, the […]

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Council consults on parking issues in your road

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 19 November, 2018

Many residents have been telling us about the growing parking problems in the area due to St Helier Hospital, school and commuter parking and people visiting the town centre.  The Council consulted residents about the problems late last year and have now analysed the 5,500 replies received.  Based on those responses, Council officers have prepared […]

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Planning application for Day Nursery at St Helier hospital granted

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 25 May, 2018

Sutton Council has approved plans to build a single storey day nursery and play scheme at St Helier hospital.  The application was similar to a previous application which was withdrawn after concerns were expressed about the impact on the biodiversity of the site.  An application for a slightly smaller nursery was approved in 2013, but […]

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Greenhill/ Woodend allotment site up for sale

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 22 March, 2018

Sutton Council has resisted various attempts to build new houses on the allotment site and now the owner has told the Council that he intends to put it back on the market.  As residents will know this site was listed as an Asset of Community Value by the Council last year, following a successful application […]

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Heritage of Sutton North listed

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 17 March, 2018

The recently adopted Sutton Local Plan includes an updated list of Locally Listed Buildings.  You can find it here. The document guides planning decisions and is covered by policy 30 ​of the Local Plan which specifically says that the Council will encourage the retention, repair and reuse of Locally Listed Buildings and Structures. Locally Listed Buildings in Sutton […]

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Planning application to develop Woodend allotments rejected

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 5 February, 2018

The planning application (B2017/76180)  to build  on the former allotments between Woodend and Greenhill has been refused.   The application proposed building two 5 – bedroomed, four 4 – bedroomed and two 3 – bedroomed two storey houses with roof accommodation together with 21 car parking spaces, vehicular access from Woodend and associated landscaping.  It also […]

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Residents engage in issues at well-attended Local Committee meeting

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 28 March, 2017

Sutton North residents had their say and learnt about a range of initiatives at a well-attended Sutton Local Committee meeting on 14 March.  Chaired by Cllr Marlene Heron, the committee considered: The ‘Sutton Plan’. Not to be confused with the Local Plan which sets out planning policies, the ‘Sutton Plan’ will set out how the […]

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Planning application for new houses on Garden Suburb allotment site

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 11 March, 2017

Residents in the area will recall that a planning application was submitted earlier this year to build houses on the former allotments site in Sutton Garden Suburb, between Greenhill, Woodend, and Aultone Way.  This application was put on hold as it was incorrectly described.  This has now been put right and the application is now […]

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Pavement puddles in Aultone Way

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 5 February, 2017

Residents in Aultone Way will be aware of the continuing problems of water pooling on the pavement at the bottom of the road since the pavement and grass verge improvements over a year ago.  This resulted in some improvement works last spring, but the problems have persisted. Council officers have recently been making regular visits […]

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Update on Garden Suburb allotments planning application

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 5 February, 2017

The planning application to build on the former allotment site between Woodend and Greenhill has been declared invalid. The application described the development as six 4 bed and two 3 bedroom houses, while the plans submitted with the application showed that they were two 5 bedroom,  four 4 bedroom and two 3 bedroom houses. We pointed out this discrepancy […]

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