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15/2180/FUL | Erection of boundary fence, decking and balustrade. | 28 Manleys Lane Dunkeswell Honiton EX14 4XQ
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Clerk To Dunkeswell Parish Council

Consultation Date: Tue 02 Feb 2016

Dunkeswell - Cllr C Brown

Consultation Date: Tue 02 Feb 2016

Clerk To Dunkeswell Parish Council

Consultation Date: Tue 22 Sep 2015

Parish/Town Council

Comment Date: Tue 16 Feb 2016

COMMENTS: The parish council have heard the concerns of the neighbouring property owners who feel that the stepped aspect of the proposed fence will be out of keeping and encroach on their enjoyment of their garden by virtue of their excessive height. It is felt that a sloping (rather than stepped) fence built 'in situ' of the same feather edged board would avoid the need for the awkward stepping, excessive height and large gaps underneath. This would achieve the same level of privacy but be less overbearing on the neighbouring garden.
Tracey Bell (clerk Dunkeswell PC)

Parish/Town Council

Comment Date: Mon 26 Oct 2015

15/2180/FUL 28 Manleys Lane - erection of boundary fence, decking and balustrade COMMENTS: The Parish Council feel the height of the proposed fence to be excessive and dominating in such a small garden. Due to the slope on the land it would be more appropriate to follow the
contour of the land at a height of no more than 1.8 metres. In addition any permission should most importantly respect legal boundaries of land ownership which it currently appears not to do, the boundary map should be far more detailed.

Dunkeswell - Cllr C Brown

Comment Date: Wed 14 Oct 2015

Subject: Re: 15/2180/FUL - 28 Manleys Lane Dunkeswell Honiton EX14 4XQ

I think this application should be refused in its present overpowering form. It is way in excess of 2 metres measured from the neighbours side. It is also attached to the neighbours property.

Colin Brown

Devon County Highway Authority

Comment Date: Mon 05 Oct 2015

Does not wish to comment

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