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draftaUGUST 2009AdoptedApril 2011Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal and Management proposalsSupplementary planning documentprefaceWhat is it about?This document reviews the existing Bishopstoke conservation area and uses the information gathered to formulate management proposals to improve and enhance the area.What is it for? ToprovideguidancesupplementarytotheCouncilslocalplansavedpolicies and the future local development framework. Toassistresidentsanddeveloperswhenconsideringdevelopmentinthe conservation area. ToassisttheBoroughCouncil,asLocalPlanningAuthority,withplanning decisions and future development.AdoptionConsultationforthisdocumenthastakenplacebetween26thNovember2009-7th January2010,duringwhichinterestedpartiesandstatutoryconsulteeshadtheopportunitytocomment.Therevisedsupplementaryplanningdocument(SPD)wasapprovedforadoptionbytheLocalAreaCommittee(LAC)andtheCouncilsCabinetandwasformallyadopted4th April2011.Background informationTheevidencebaseforthisSPDwasdrawnfromnationalconservationguidanceandlocal information. Statement of publicationTheOrdnanceSurveymappingincludedwithinthispublicationisprovidedbyEastleighboroughCouncilunderLicencefromtheOrdnanceSurveyinordertofulfilitspublicfunctiontomakeavailableCouncil-heldpublicdomaininformation.PersonsviewingthismappingshouldcontactOrdnanceSurveyCopyrightforadvicewheretheywishtolicenceOrdnanceSurveymapping/mapdatafortheirownuse.TheOSwebsitecanbefoundat:www.ordsvy.gov.uk.AllmappingisbasedupontheOrdnanceSurveymappingwithpermissionofthecontrollerofHerMajestysStationaryOfficeCrownCopyright.UnauthorisedreproductioninfringesCrownCopyrightandmayleadtoprosectionorcivilsproceedings.LicenceNo.100019622(2010).1 - introduction1.1 - purpose of Conservation Area Appraisal 41.2 - role of Final document 41.3 - Consultation 42 - Background2.1 - Statutory Context 52.2 - planning policy Context 52.3 - Status of the Conservation Area 63 - the local Context3.1 - History of Bishopstoke 73.2 - the itchen Navigation 83.3 - the existing Conservation Area 93.4 - listed Buildings 114 - part one : Appraisal4.1 - Character of the Conservation Area 154.1.1 Form 154.4.2 Spaces 154.1.3 Views 174.1.4 landscape Setting 194.1.5 Biodiversity Value 194.2 - the Boundaries of the Conservation Area 224.3 - Buildings and Structures 224.3.1 Archaeological Value 234.3.2 Unlisted Buildings 234.4 - intrusion and damage to Character 285 - proposals5.1 - Boundary changes 295.2 - listing 295.3 - Article 4 (1) direction 296 - part two: Management proposals6.1 - Format of the Management proposals 306.2 - Habitats regulations Assessment 306.3 - issues and proposals 306.3.1 listing of Buildings, Structures and Gardens 306.3.2 the Use of Article 4 (1) directions 306.3.3 the enhancement of the Memorial Hall 316.3.4 Buildings that make a positive Contribution 316.3.5 trees 316.3.6 Walls and railings 326.3.7 Windows and roof tiles 326.3.8 landscape 326.3.9 parking 326.3.10 Monitoring and review 327 - references7.1 - publications 337.2 - Websites 33Appendix A - planning policieslocal plan policies 34Appendix B - proposed Article 4 directionArticle 4 (1) direction - confirmed April 2011 37Appendix C General informationlocal Generic Guidance 44Useful information and Contact details 44General information 44Conservation information and Advice 44local Historic information 44Bats 44Contents Page1 - introduction1.1 - purpose of Conservation Area AppraisalThisappraisalhasbeencarriedouttore-assesstheexistingBishopstokeconservationareaandtoevaluateandexamineitsspecialinterest.Thereviewwillprovideabasisfor management proposals that are aimed at preserving or enhancing the character and appearance of the designated area.1.2 - role of Final documentFollowingconsultationthisappraisalandmanagementstrategyhasbeenformallyadoptedbytheBoroughCouncilasaSupplementaryPlanningDocument.ItprovidesadditionalguidancesupplementarytotheCouncilslocalplansavedpolicies.Induecoursethesesavedpolicieswillbesupersededbythelocaldevelopmentframework(LDF).ThisSPDwillcontinuetoprovideguidancefortheLDF.Itisatooltobeusedbyresidentsanddeveloperswhenconsideringdevelopmentwithintheconservationarea.TheBoroughCouncil,asthelocalplanningauthority,usesittoinformplanning decisions and future development.1.3 - ConsultationThisadoptedSPDhasbeenpreparedinconsultationwithallinterestedparties.Bishopstokehasastrongcommunity,anditsresidentshavehadtheopportunitytoparticipate in the review process and the production of the final document. a local exhibitionwasheldandthedocumentwasmadeavailableontheBoroughCouncilswebsite,www.eastleigh.gov.uk.ConsultationwasundertakenwiththeParishCouncilandtheBishopstokeSociety.Inaddition,allresidentsdirectlyaffectedbytheproposalsinthisdocumentwerenotifiedinwriting.ThecommentsontheconsultationdraftdocumentwereconsideredbytheBishopstokeLocalAreaCommittee,beforeadecisionwasmadebyCabinetonthefinalformofthedocumentonthe4thApril2011.introduction Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals42 - Background2.1 - Statutory ContextConservationareasareareasofspecialarchitecturalorhistoricinterest,thecharacterorappearanceofwhichitisdesirabletopreserveorenhance,asdefinedbysection69ofthePlanning&ListedBuildingandConservationAreaAct1990(TheAct).Thestatutorydutyofthelocalplanningauthority(LPA)issetoutinsection71oftheAct.ItrequiresLPAstoreviewthedesignationofconservationareas,formulateandpublishproposalsforthepreservationandenhancementofconservationareas,andsubmitthemforconsiderationtoapublicmeetingintheareatowhichtheyrelate.Section72oftheActrequiresLPAstopayspecialattentiontothecharacterandappearance of the conservation area and to the need to preserve or enhance itwhen exercising their planning powers.2.2 - planning policy ContextInformationandadviceregardingheritageassets,suchasconservationareas,isprovided in Planning Policy Statement 5: Planning for the Historic Environment(PPS5)andtheassociatedpracticeguide,PPS5 Planning for the HistoricEnvironment: Historic Environment Planning Practice Guide. This practice guideiswrittenbyEnglishHeritagewhichservesasGovernmentsstatutoryadvisoronthe historic environment.Theirpublication,Conservation Principles: Policies and Guidance,offersguidanceaboutarangeofissuesinthehistoricenvironmentandisreferredtoinPPS5.Itrefers to conservation as the process of managing change to a significant placeinitssettinginwaysthatwillbestsustainitsheritagevalues,whilerecognisingopportunitiestorevealorreinforcethosevaluesforpresentandfuturegenerations,(p.7,para.41).Theseheritagevaluescanbeusedtoidentifywhatisimportantforanareathatisbelievedtohavehighvalue: Evidentialvalue:thepotentialofaplacetoyieldevidenceaboutpasthumanactivity. Historicalvalue:thewaysinwhichpastpeople,eventsandaspectsoflifecanbeconnectedthroughaplacetothepresentittendstobeillustrativeorassociative. Aestheticvalue:thewaysinwhichpeopledrawsensoryandintellectualstimulationfroma place. Communalvalue:themeaningsofaplaceforthepeoplewhorelatetoit,orforwhomitfiguresintheircollectiveexperienceormemory,(p7,para.5,p27-322).1, 2 Conservation Principles: Policies and Guidance, EnglishHeritage,April2008BackgroundAdopted April 2011 5ItsetsoutsixprincipleswhichEnglishHeritageconsiderprovideacomprehensiveframeworkforthesustainablemanagementofthehistoricenvironment(p7,para.3;p19-243): Principle1:Thehistoricenvironmentisasharedresource Principle2:Everyoneshouldbeabletoparticipateinsustainingthehistoric environment Principle3:Understandingthesignificanceofplacesisvital Principle4:Significantplacesshouldbemanagedtosustaintheirvalues Principle5:Decisionsaboutchangemustbereasonable,transparentand consistent Principle6:Documentingandlearningfromdecisionsisessential.Theseprincipleshavebeenusedtoguidethemanagementproposalsdevelopedin this appraisal.English Heritage has also produced specific guidelines for conservation areaappraisalsandtheirmanagement: Guidance on conservation area appraisaland Guidance on the management of conservation areas. This document takesaccount of the advice set out in the guidance.TheappraisalhasbeenadoptedasanSPD.AnSPDcannotcreatenewpolicy.ItdoeshoweverprovideadditionalguidancesupplementarytothesavedpoliciesinSection11ofthe Eastleigh Borough Local Plan Review 2001-2011,(adoptedMay2006andsavedbytheSecretaryofStateonMay2009).Thesepolicies,whichimposeagreaterlevelofcontrolondevelopmentinaconservationarea,are: 166.LB, 167.LB, 168.LB, 169.LB, 170.LB, 171.LB, 172.LB, 173.LB, 174.LB, 175.LB and 176.LB. See appendix a for full details of policies.Induecourse,thesavedlocalplanreviewpolicieswillbereplacedbythelocaldevelopmentframework. 2.3 - Status of the Conservation AreaTheBishopstokeconservationareawasdesignatedin1977.Sincethen,althoughanamendmenttotheboundarywasmadein1991de-designatingasmallsectionoflandinScotterRoad,theboundaryhasotherwiseremainedunchanged.Followingdesignationin1977,anydevelopmentwithintheconservationareashouldhavebeencarriedoutwithregard to its conservation status. 3 Conservation Principles: Policies and Guidance, EnglishHeritage,April2008Background Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals63 - the local Context3.1 - History of BishopstokeBishopstokeisavillagelocatedapproximatelyonemileeastofEastleightowncentre,ontheeasternbankoftheRiverItchen.ItadjoinsFairOaktotheeast.Thepopulationoftheparishisestimatedtobe10,994(HCC,2009).Thehistoriccoreofthevillage,whichconstitutesmuchoftheconservationarea,ispartofaprimarilyresidentialdevelopmentseparatedfromEastleighbytheItchenValley.TheRiverItchenandItchenNavigationbothrunthroughit.Theareahasafairlyorganicplanform,basedonthedevelopmentoflargeresidencesaroundtheRiverItchenandtheItchenNavigation,extendingupthevalleysides.Overtime,theseresidenceshavebeendividedintosmallerplots,toprovidemorehousing.TheearliestexistingdocumentreferringtoBishopstokeisaSaxoncharterof948,whenKingEdredgrantedlandtoathanecalledAelfric.TheboundariesofthatlandcoincidewiththeboundariesofpartofthecurrentParishofBishopstoke,althoughthemodernparishismuchsmaller.ThenameStokeorStochesisinterpretedasmeaningaplacesituatedonornearariver,containingamillorachurch.TheDomesdayBookof1084mentionsbothamill and a church. ThelandwasheldbytheSeeofWinchesterwhichpossessedastringofvillagesalongtheeastbankoftheRiverItchen,includingBishopstoke.In1807theReverendThomasGarnierbecameRectorofBishopstoke.HewasakeenbotanistandamemberoftheLinneanSocietyandheindulgedhisinterestwhenhecametoBishopstoke.Hisgardencontainedmanynewspecimensofplantsbroughtbackbytheplanthuntersofthetime,particularlyhisbrother-in-law,WilliamEdwardPerry,anotedexplorer.HefrequentlytravelledtoKewtoexaminethelatestacquisitionsandconversewiththeDirectoroftheRoyalBotanicalGardens,SirWilliamHooker.H.R.H.Albert,PrinceConsort,visitedhisgardensin1851.HisinfluenceencouragedotherstoplantrareandunusualspeciesinBishopstoke.SomeofhisoriginalgardenstillremainstodayinthecurtilageoftheprivatepropertyFriarmayne.HerebuilttheRectoryin1808andbuiltaschoolin1842forthepoorchildrenoftheparish,whichuntil1871includedthevillageofFairOak.Healsorebuilttheoldchurchin1825,oppositeGlebeMeadow,whichservedtheparishuntiltheerectionofthepresentchurch,Map1-LocationMapthe local ContextAdopted April 2011 7StMarys,in1890-91.Thenaveoftheoldchurchwasdemolishedbutthetowerremainedaprominentlandmarkuntilitwasthoughtunsafeanddemolishedin1965.ThomasGarnierwasrelatedtotheKeppelfamilyandescortedHenryKeppeltothenavalcollegeinPortsmouthtobeginanavalcareerin1822.ThismayhavebeentheconnectionthatlaterbroughtSirHenryKeppeltoliveinahouseinBishopstokecalledTheCottage,neartheRectory(laterrenamedItchenHouse).BishopstokewasanagriculturalareauntilthecomingoftherailwaythroughtheopeningoftheLondontoSouthamptonlinein1840.AtthispointthestationwascalledBishopstokeJunction,andwealthierfamiliesfoundBishopstokeprovidedthemwithpleasantruralsurroundingstobuildahouseinthecountry.HouseswerebuiltforrailwayworkersastherailwayworksmoveddownfromNineElmstoEastleigh,thecarriageworksin1890andthelocomotiveworksin1909.Overtime,BishopstokeJunctionbecameEastleighStation.Inthemeantime,thevillageexpandedeastwardstowardsFairOak,withareastothenorthandsouthofFairOakRoadbeingdevelopedwithhousingonformerfarmland,(BishopstokeW.I.,1999;Westwood,2000).3.2 - the itchen NavigationTheformationoftheItchenNavigationwasauthorisedbyanActofParliamentof1665,asariverwhichwastobeimprovedtoprovideameansofmovingheavygoods,suchascoalupstreamasfarasWinchester.AlthoughtheworksoftheNavigationendedatWoodmill,itspowersextendeddownstreamtoNortham,wherecoalwastranshippedfromcollierbrigsforcarriagetoWinchester.TrafficontheItchenNavigationwasnotverygreat,andmuchoftheNavigationsvaluelayin winter irrigation and summer drainage of the adjoining water meadows.TheActofParliamentof1665specifiedthattherivershouldbeMadeNavigableandPassableforBoats,Bargesandothervessels.Inordertoachievethis,improvementsweretobeundertakentoexistingpartsoftheriverandirrigationcanalsandnewcutsweretobemade.Althoughworkwassupposedtohavebeencompletedby1stNovember1671,itwasntuntil1710thatworkwasalmostcomplete.Thisenablednavigationupthevalley,asfarasWinchester,forshallowdraughtbarges14feetwideandabout70feetlong.Ahorsetowingpathranthefulllengthofthenavigationandtherewere15locksmainlyconstructedwith turf sides.CommercialtrafficceasedontheNavigationin1869,anditcontinuedtodeterioratefortherestofthenineteenthcentury,untiltheHampshireCatchmentBoardbegansystematicmaintenancerestrictedtodrainageworkin1942,(Course1983).TheNavigation,togetherwiththeriver,nowhasimportantbiodiversityvalueandhasEuropean,nationalandlocallevelsofprotection(see4.1.5BiodiversityValueonpage19andMap6-LandscapeCharacteronpage20).the local Context Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals83.3 - the existing Conservation AreaDesignatedin1977,theconservationareaisonthewestsideofBishopstoke,adjoiningtheItchenNavigationatBishopstokePlayingFields(seeMap2-BishopstokeConservationArea-February2010onpage10).ItiscrossednearitssouthernboundarybytheB3037BishopstokeRoadandbisectedtowardsthenorthernendbytheC355ChurchRoad.TheprinciplefeaturesaretheRiverItchenwhichflowsthroughthecentreoftheconservationareatogetherwiththeItchenNavigationalongitswesternedge.TheconservationareastartsatthebusyBishopstokeRoad,whichoffersnoparticularlynotablebuildings,asidefromthePrinceofWalespublichouse.HoweverlandsouthoftheroaddoescontributetothelandscapesettingwitharangeofmaturetreesalongtheriverandsurroundingtheRiverInnpublichouse.Therearelimitedviewsacrosstheflatlandscape south of the conservation area. TheNavigationchannel,nowpartofthemulti-channeledRiverItchen,runsalongthewesternboundaryoftheconservationareaandscreensthehistoriccoreofBishopstokefromEastleighandtheB3037,becauseofthematuretreesalongitsbanks.Whilethetowpathbesideitlackscharacter,theNavigationitselfwiththetreescreeningprovidesasylvansettingforthebuildingstotheeast.ThemainpartoftheconservationareaisaccessiblefromBishopstokeRoad,andforatimefollowsthecourseoftheRiverItchen.ThefirstsectionisknownasRiverside,andconsistsofaroaddirectlyabuttingtheriver,withamixofresidentialandcommercialpropertiessitedatthepavementedgeontheoppositeside.Whilstthisisanatmosphericarea,withsweepingbendsandviewsalongthewater,itdoessufferfromtheintrusionofthemoderncar,whichtendstodominatethescene.Inaddition,asaresultofhighwaysafetyissues,railingsaresitedonthewallwhichboundstheriver.Movingnorthwards,RiversidebecomesChurchRoad,awiderroadofprimarilyresidentialunitsofmixedageandstyle.TheoriginalboundarywalltotheStJohnsandSpringGroveestateshasbeenretainedandformstheboundaryofthemajorityofthedevelopmentwhichhas followed. The two recreation areas which fall into the conservation area are located on oppositesidesofChurchRoadGlebeMeadowandthesiteoftheoldStMarysChurch.TheboundaryoftheconservationareaincorporatesasmallsectionofSpringLane,containingofseveralhistoricdwellingsthatcontributepositivelytothedesignatedarea.the local ContextAdopted April 2011 921RiversideMewsFBBarton RiverMeadow View2113.7mTCB50Barton RiverDUTTON LANE382672861101496108624Conveyor1SAYERS ROADFAIR OAK ROAD21a29Drain1412819Pump House372aIndustrial EstatePostsDrain7TheThe Itchen NavigationBarton ParkPond10Lodge1611ParkPhoenixPath (um)213111ST MARTINS CLOSEHall86a34EAST DRIVEEl53111810STOKE PARK DRIVE862028ASFORD1191172ShelterBishopstokeSPRINGMethodist20Sub Sta2LANEROADElOld Rectory1384Church Room5SpringLBSub StaCHURCH9034434French OaksWESTEvangelical32DRIVERectoryFriarmayneSt Mary'sTCB10949GroveUNDERWOODROADSEDGWICK9280Whitehaugh Court9430Cottage2751127GROVE88WINDSOR COURT211332118a1 to 1236CLOSEBishopstoke2312102124Church1613940Church82St Martin's382212110Recreation Ground Ppg Sta43Ponds4451ASFORD GROVEPath34DUTTON LANE4041Pond383136FBSinksBarton River323937Pond45ASFORD GROVE352646 4842Sluice67611.9mWeirWeirGUE6749549 to 719TheCoachHouseMONT231The River InnThe Prince of Wales91 to 448CourtMemorial2612173075233436BishopstokeROADDrain6Playground3312.8mSEDGWICK ROAD26191 to 1227111046471HAMILTON ROAD92027173 to 8343261 to 4ROAD2PORTAL ROAD765593165FB315017FB191 to 7426MAINSTREAM COURTCHURCH(PH)Memorial Hall39RIVER MEWSMALDON CLOSE116ROAD211LB25(PH)20Recreation Ground3Sluice1424Sluice141House1514(Remains of)115.2m206202SedgwickFAIROAK ROADSluice41251025Mill House10Hamlin619El Sub StaSt Mary's42225 to 4712Mill House LodgeManor16Bishopstoke3415412525515618Spring64451281 to 237522ESCOMBE ROAD2Weir60426612Church842Meller2551369SurgeryA18Court1HARVEY66PO5031615612510Clublnn3Angler's InnFBSedgwickBISHOPSTOKE ROADGrove88LANEOld Anchor852924Weir4Bridge1PondSAYERS ROADRIVERSIDE3Itchen Grange531123157 GUEST ROAD52SCOTTER ROADRiver Itchen73499El Sub StaKirkbankSPRING(PH)TCBNewHouse7191OAKBANK ROADRiverEl Sub StaItchen House1457PathWorks12.2mBarton11.6mEl Sub StaWarehouseBarton Park49CHICKENHALL LANEDrain3035DrainPath (um)WorksFBNurseryIndustrial Estate213.4m143 5CottagePlaying Field12.2m(Disused)WorksThe Itchen NavigationStoke LockManor HouseFBSt Mary's ChurchOakbankHouseTennis CourtsMellerWarehouse(remains of)Path55PondDrain51BISHOPSTOKE ROADFBBarton RiverPC2SlSl74Manor House Mews311SluiceOakbankDrainSlRiver ItchenRiver ItchenBARTON ROADAllotment Gardens15Recreation GroundFBFBShelter3LOFTING CLOSE57GRIFFEN CLOSE7256743514HARVEY ROAD155UNDERWOOD ROAD38.4m23441736.3mCOLCHESTER AVENUE81523738506224826STOKE PARK ROAD1477946103372872262806451HAMILTON ROAD61138411949Play AreaGRIFFEN CLSHEARS ROAD47BISHOPSTOKE2928 278688152194129HARVEY ROAD865639939832688523837397914COTTON CLOSE19166EAST DRIVELB15.2m17834171131218SHEARS ROAD132SAYERS ROAD35701547318HARVEY ROAD45821401075669a 69b2725a23a 23b25b53El Sub StaCollins House5a5b66aTrack2210 to 1824 2826 3079 to 9762 to 72Summers Place1 to 529a25El Sub Sta49aBasketball CourtFootball PitchThe HubCar ParkCRUndWard BdyED BdyED BdyED BdyPath (um)EAST DRIVEVossen Court1 to 3DUTTON LANE10a10bThe OldRectoryNBISHOPSTOKEConservationArea BoundaryKeyListed BuildingWoodlandOpen SpaceFootpathBased Upon the Ordnance Survey mapping with the permission of the controller of Her Majestys Stationery Office Crown Copyright. Unathorised reproduction infringes Crown Copyright and may lead to prosecution or civil proceedings. Licence 100019622 (2010)50m0 100mMap2-BishopstokeConservationArea-February2010the local Context Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals103.4 - listed BuildingsThefollowingbuildingsintheconservationareaareonEnglishHeritagesstatutorylistofbuildingsofarchitecturalandhistoricinterest(Map3-ArchitecturalCharacteronpage12).TheyareallgradeIIlisted,meaningtheyarebuildingsofspecialinterestthatwarranteveryefforttopreservethem:the Old rectory, Church road - (1)(Dateoflisting:14/08/1953)-Twostoreydwellinghouse,earlynineteenthcenturywithadditions.Slateroof,gables,brickdentileaves.Convex-roofed verandah on south front.117 and 119 Spring Lane - (2)(Dateoflisting:14/08/1953)Seventeenthcenturydwellinghouse,nowdividedintotwodwellings.Twostoreytimber-framedstructure.Thatchedroof,hipped(117)andhalf-hipped(119).Twothatchedporches.the Manor House, riverside - (3)(Dateoflisting:14/02/1983)Lateeighteenth,earlynineteenthcenturydwellinghouse.Threestorey,threewindows,withprojectingtwo-storiedporch.Low-pitchedhippedslateroof.Itchen House, riverside - (4)(Dateoflisting:14/02/1983)Dwellinghousecirca1840.Twostorey,RomanticGothicstyle.Low-pitched slate roofs with Tudor grouped stacks. Two-storiedprojectingporch.Octagonalgatepiersat entrance.the local ContextAdopted April 2011 11Map3-ArchitecturalCharacter21RiversideMewsFBBarton RiverMeadow View2113.7mTCB50Barton RiverDUTTON LANE382672861101496108624Conveyor1SAYERS ROADFAIR OAK ROAD21a29Drain1412819Pump House372aIndustrial EstatePostsDrain7TheThe Itchen NavigationBarton ParkPond10Lodge1611ParkPhoenixPath (um)213111ST MARTINS CLOSEHall86a34EAST DRIVEEl53111810STOKE PARK DRIVE862028ASFORD1191172ShelterBishopstokeSPRINGMethodist20Sub Sta2LANEROADElOld Rectory1384Church Room5SpringLBSub StaCHURCH9034434French OaksWESTEvangelical32DRIVERectoryFriarmayneSt Mary'sTCB10949GroveUNDERWOODROADSEDGWICK9280Whitehaugh Court9430Cottage2751127GROVE88WINDSOR COURT211332118a1 to 1236CLOSEBishopstoke2312102124Church1613940Church82St Martin's382212110Recreation Ground Ppg Sta43Ponds4451ASFORD GROVEPath34DUTTON LANE4041Pond383136FBSinksBarton River323937Pond45ASFORD GROVE352646 4842Sluice67611.9mWeirWeirGUE6749549 to 719TheCoachHouseMONT231The River InnThe Prince of Wales91 to 448CourtMemorial2612173075233436BishopstokeROADDrain6Playground3312.8mSEDGWICK ROAD26191 to 1227111046471HAMILTON ROAD92027173 to 8343261 to 4ROAD2PORTAL ROAD765593165FB315017FB191 to 7426MAINSTREAM COURTCHURCH(PH)Memorial Hall39RIVER MEWSMALDON CLOSE116ROAD211LB25(PH)20Recreation Ground3Sluice1424Sluice141House1514(Remains of)115.2m206202SedgwickFAIROAK ROADSluice41251025Mill House10Hamlin619El Sub StaSt Mary's42225 to 4712Mill House LodgeManor16Bishopstoke3415412525515618Spring64451281 to 237522ESCOMBE ROAD2Weir60426612Church842Meller2551369SurgeryA18Court1HARVEY66PO5031615612510Clublnn3Angler's InnFBSedgwickBISHOPSTOKE ROADGrove88LANEOld Anchor852924Weir4Bridge1PondSAYERS ROADRIVERSIDE3Itchen Grange531123157 GUEST ROAD52SCOTTER ROADRiver Itchen73499El Sub StaKirkbankSPRING(PH)TCBNewHouse7191OAKBANK ROADRiverEl Sub StaItchen House1457PathWorks12.2mBarton11.6mEl Sub StaWarehouseBarton Park49CHICKENHALL LANEDrain3035DrainPath (um)WorksFBNurseryIndustrial Estate213.4m143 5CottagePlaying Field12.2m(Disused)WorksThe Itchen NavigationStoke LockManor HouseFBSt Mary's ChurchOakbankHouseTennis CourtsMellerWarehouse(remains of)Path55PondDrain51BISHOPSTOKE ROADFBBarton RiverPC2SlSl74Manor House Mews311SluiceOakbankDrainSlRiver ItchenRiver ItchenBARTON ROADAllotment Gardens15Recreation GroundFBFBShelter3LOFTING CLOSE57GRIFFEN CLOSE7256743514HARVEY ROAD155UNDERWOOD ROAD38.4m23441736.3mCOLCHESTER AVENUE81523738506224826STOKE PARK ROAD1477946103372872262806451HAMILTON ROAD61138411949Play AreaGRIFFEN CLSHEARS ROAD47BISHOPSTOKE2928 278688152194129HARVEY ROAD865639939832688523837397914COTTON CLOSE19166EAST DRIVELB15.2m17834171131218SHEARS ROAD132SAYERS ROAD35701547318HARVEY ROAD45821401075669a 69b2725a23a 23b25b53El Sub StaCollins House5a5b66aTrack2210 to 1824 2826 3079 to 9762 to 72Summers Place1 to 529a25El Sub Sta49aBasketball CourtFootball PitchThe HubCar ParkCRUndWard BdyED BdyED BdyED BdyPath (um)EAST DRIVEVossen Court1 to 3DUTTON LANE10a10bThe OldRectoryNBISHOPSTOKE50m0 100mConservation Area BoundaryKeyListed Building & curtilageBuildings that make aPositive ContributionBuildings with a potentialfor listingArea of Article 4 DirectionListed WallsImportant WallsHistoric Greenhouse (to belisted)Historic Park & Gardens1432 Crown Copyright. All rights reserved. Licence 100019622 (2010)the local Context Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals12Thefollowingbuildingsarenotlocatedintheconservationarea;howeverbecauseoftheircloseproximitytoit,asshownonMap4-ListedBuildingsoutsideofconservationareaonpage14,theydocontributetothecharacterofthedesignatedarea:Church of St Mary, Church road - (1)(Dateoflisting:14/02/1983)Built1889,1909,ArchitectE.P.Warren.EarlyEnglishchancelwithtraceried triple lights and geometrical east window. Navewithsouthaisleof4bays,offifteenthcenturystyle.Perpendiculartowerdated1909.148 Church road (Weymouth House)- (2) (Dateoflisting:14/02/1983)Dwellinghousecirca1830.Twostoreys,threewindows.Redtilehippedroof.Latertrellisporchnowmissing.Stoke Lodge, Church road - (3)(Dateoflisting:14/02/1983)Lateeighteenthcenturydwellinghouse,twostoreys,fivewindowsof1.3.1pattern.Redtilehippedroof.Pedimentporch.Pebble-dashwalling(removed).Good16-lightsashesinexposedframes.Whereabuildinghasbeenlisted,anybuildingsand structures within the curtilage are also listed. Asaresultofthis,thewallsinthegardensof117SpringLaneandtheOldRectory,ChurchRoad,arelisted.TheextentofthecurtilageofthebuildingsthatarelistedisshownonMap3,p12.ListedwallboundingTheOldRectorythe local ContextAdopted April 2011 13Map4-ListedBuildingsoutsideofConservationAreaN50m0 100mConservation Area BoundaryKeyListed Building132 Crown Copyright. All rights reserved. Licence 100019622 (2009)the local Context Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals144 - part one : Appraisal4.1 - Character of the Conservation Area4.1.1 FormThecharacteroftheareahasbeenformedpredominantlythroughtheexistenceofanumberoflargehouseswithinsubstantialplotsthathavesincebeensoldoffandsubdividedintosmallerdevelopmentplots.Thisisapparentintheextractsofthehistoric1870and1960mapsshownbelow,andislinkedtothearrivaloftherailwayworksaroundthebeginningofthetwentiethcentury.Severaloftheselargehousesarestillinexistencetoday,andarelistedonEnglishHeritagesstatutorylist.Thesehavebeenidentifiedin3.4-ListedBuildingsonpage11andareshownonMap3,page12.4.4.2 SpacesThespaceswhichareavailabletothegeneralpublicincludethetowpathalongtheNavigation,andtheroadsandfootwaysintheconservationarea.TheNavigationstowpathisunattractive,boundedatonepointbyagraffitiedconcretesegmentwall,toppedwithbarbedwire.HowevertheNavigationitselfandtheheavilytreedeastbankareappealingandcreateanenjoyablespace. 180019601870TheItchenNavigationpart one : Appraisal Adopted April 2011 15AccesstothebanksoftheRiverItchenismore limited within the conservation area as itissetbelowthefootwaysandfencedoffbyrailings.WheretheNavigationandtheriverjoin,publicaccesscontinuesalongthetowpathonthewesternbank.Asmallsectionoftheriveradjacent to the access road for Bishopstoke Manorhasbeenenhancedtocreateabeachareathatissurprisinglytranquilconsideringitsproximitytotheroad.AlargeareaoflandsandwichedbetweentheNavigationandtheRiverItchenisnotaccessibletothegeneralpublicasitformstheprivategardensofthelistedbuildingsItchenHouseandBishopstokeManor.Itdoes,however,contributetotheverdantcharacterandfeelingofspaceappreciatedbythepublic,asthereisconsiderabletreeplantingonthislandvisiblefrompublicvantagepoints.ThefootpathinRiversideonlyrunsalongonesideoftheroadandisnarrowandobstructedinplacesbycommercialwastebins.Thespacefeelsmoreconstrainedbythehighlevelofcarparkingwhichisvisuallyintrusiveandrestrictsfulluseofthefootway.AsRiversidebecomesChurchRoad,theroadwidensandfootpathsareprovidedonbothsides.Oncethetwopublicopenspacesarepassed,theboundarytreatmentalongtheedgeofthefootwayisthoughttobetheoriginalbrickwalltotheStJohnsandSpringGroveestates.Asaresult,thereislimitedplantingatgroundlevel.ThepublicopenspacesaretheRecreationGroundknownasGlebeMeadowandthesiteoftheformerStMarysChurch,bothinChurchRoad.Thesespacesareattractiveareasthatserveslightlydifferentfunctionsthesiteoftheoldchurchhasatranquilatmospherewithsomeseating,whichlendsitselftomoresedateactivitieswhiletherecreationgroundacrossChurchRoadisalarger,moreopenspace,withachildsplayarea,skaterampandsensorygarden.Thishasbeenarrangedformorefamily-orientatedplay.Bothsitesaregreenspaces,withamaturelandscapealongthesideandrearboundariesandopenfrontagesinviting people in to use the space. RiverItchenatBishopstokeManorRecreation GroundSiteofoldStMarysChurchpart one : Appraisal Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals164.1.3 ViewsThereareasmallnumberofattractiveviewsintheconservationareawhichareindicatedbyarrowsonMap5-Viewsonpage18.BishopstokeRoadoffersviewsacrosstheflatfloodplainstothesouthatvariouspoints(1).TherearealsoattractiveviewsfromthebusyroaddownthetowpathoftheItchenNavigation(2).WheretheNavigationandtheRiverItchenmerge,leafyandtranquilviewscanbefound(3).ViewsfromboththejunctionofBishopstokeRoadand Riverside and the corner at which Riverside becomesChurchRoadshowtheproximityoftheRiverItchenandanumberofbuildingswhichmakeapositivecontributiontotheconservationarea(4).However,theviewisharmedbythestandardroad-surfacing,theunattractivewallandsafetyrailingsalongtheriverboundaryandtheexcessofcarsparkedintheroad,asseeninthephotographbelow.TheviewdownthevalleysideatSpringLaneisattractive,withthesteepwell-treedbankseithersideoftheroadcreatingagreencorridor(5).RiversidelookingNorthWestItchenNavigationlookingSouth ItchenNavigationlookingNorthTheItchen&ItchenNavigationSpringLanepart one : Appraisal Adopted April 2011 17Map5-Views21RiversideMewsFBBarton RiverMeadow View2113.7mTCB50Barton RiverDUTTON LANE382672861101496108624Conveyor1SAYERS ROADFAIR OAK ROAD21a29Drain1412819Pump House372aIndustrial EstatePostsDrain7TheThe Itchen NavigationBarton ParkPond10Lodge1611ParkPhoenixPath (um)213111ST MARTINS CLOSEHall86a34EAST DRIVEEl53111810STOKE PARK DRIVE862028ASFORD1191172ShelterBishopstokeSPRINGMethodist20Sub Sta2LANEROADElOld Rectory1384Church Room5SpringLBSub StaCHURCH9034434French OaksWESTEvangelical32DRIVERectoryFriarmayneSt Mary'sTCB10949GroveUNDERWOODROADSEDGWICK9280Whitehaugh Court9430Cottage2751127GROVE88WINDSOR COURT211332118a1 to 1236CLOSEBishopstoke2312102124Church1613940Church82St Martin's382212110Recreation Ground Ppg Sta43Ponds4451ASFORD GROVEPath34DUTTON LANE4041Pond383136FBSinksBarton River323937Pond45ASFORD GROVE352646 4842Sluice67611.9mWeirWeirGUE6749549 to 719TheCoachHouseMONT231The River InnThe Prince of Wales91 to 448CourtMemorial2612173075233436BishopstokeROADDrain6Playground3312.8mSEDGWICK ROAD26191 to 1227111046471HAMILTON ROAD92027173 to 8343261 to 4ROAD2PORTAL ROAD765593165FB315017FB191 to 7426MAINSTREAM COURTCHURCH(PH)Memorial Hall39RIVER MEWSMALDON CLOSE116ROAD211LB25(PH)20Recreation Ground3Sluice1424Sluice141House1514(Remains of)115.2m206202SedgwickFAIROAK ROADSluice41251025Mill House10Hamlin619El Sub StaSt Mary's42225 to 4712Mill House LodgeManor16Bishopstoke3415412525515618Spring64451281 to 237522ESCOMBE ROAD2Weir60426612Church842Meller2551369SurgeryA18Court1HARVEY66PO5031615612510Clublnn3Angler's InnFBSedgwickBISHOPSTOKE ROADGrove88LANEOld Anchor852924Weir4Bridge1PondSAYERS ROADRIVERSIDE3Itchen Grange531123157 GUEST ROAD52SCOTTER ROADRiver Itchen73499El Sub StaKirkbankSPRING(PH)TCBNewHouse7191OAKBANK ROADRiverEl Sub StaItchen House1457PathWorks12.2mBarton11.6mEl Sub StaWarehouseBarton Park49CHICKENHALL LANEDrain3035DrainPath (um)WorksFBNurseryIndustrial Estate213.4m143 5CottagePlaying Field12.2m(Disused)WorksThe Itchen NavigationStoke LockManor HouseFBSt Mary's ChurchOakbankHouseTennis CourtsMellerWarehouse(remains of)Path55PondDrain51BISHOPSTOKE ROADFBBarton RiverPC2SlSl74Manor House Mews311SluiceOakbankDrainSlRiver ItchenRiver ItchenBARTON ROADAllotment Gardens15Recreation GroundFBFBShelter3LOFTING CLOSE57GRIFFEN CLOSE7256743514HARVEY ROAD155UNDERWOOD ROAD38.4m23441736.3mCOLCHESTER AVENUE81523738506224826STOKE PARK ROAD1477946103372872262806451HAMILTON ROAD61138411949Play AreaGRIFFEN CLSHEARS ROAD47BISHOPSTOKE2928 278688152194129HARVEY ROAD865639939832688523837397914COTTON CLOSE19166EAST DRIVELB15.2m17834171131218SHEARS ROAD132SAYERS ROAD35701547318HARVEY ROAD45821401075669a 69b2725a23a 23b25b53El Sub StaCollins House5a5b66aTrack2210 to 1824 2826 3079 to 9762 to 72Summers Place1 to 529a25El Sub Sta49aBasketball CourtFootball PitchThe HubCar ParkCRUndWard BdyED BdyED BdyED BdyPath (um)EAST DRIVEVossen Court1 to 3DUTTON LANE10a10bThe OldRectory12345NBISHOPSTOKEConservationArea BoundaryKeyListed BuildingImportant View(with Index Number)150m0 100m Crown Copyright. All rights reserved. Licence 100019622 (2010)part one : Appraisal Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals184.1.4 landscape SettingTheBishopstokeConservationArealiesadjacenttotheItchenValley,whichformsanopengapbetweenEastleighandBishopstoke.TheRiverItchencutsthroughtheconservationareacreatingadistinctiveareathatisfairlyheavily-builtupon,butwellcoveredbytrees,in direct contrast to the flat floodplain. On the floodplain outside the conservation area the landisdominatedbyrecreationgroundsandimprovedpasturewithsparsetreecover,butfragmentsofwetlandvegetationsurvive,(ChrisBlandfordAssociates,1997).Withintheconservationareaitself,thelegacyofReverendThomasGarnier,asdiscussedinparagraph3.1,meansthequalityofthetreeandshrubplantingishigh,providingasignificantsettingfordevelopmentwithhighamenityvalueforlocalresidents.ThesitesoftheOldRectory,FrairmayneandSt.Martinsformthehistoric19thcenturygardenofGarnierhavebeenincludedonthelistofHampshireHistoricParks&Gardens.Althoughtheareahastwowatercourses,tworeasonably-sizedgreenspaces,andaback-dropofmaturetrees,atgroundlevelthereisaconsiderableamountofhardsurfacing,muchofwhichistarmac,whichdoeslittletocomplementthelandscapeandnaturalfeatures.TheretentionofwhatislikelytobetheoriginalbrickboundarywalltotheSpringGroveandStJohnsestatesalongChurchRoaddoes,however,providecontinuitywhichlinksarangeofdifferent developments.4.1.5 Biodiversity ValueThisareaofBishopstokehasconsiderablebiodiversityvalueintermsoftheItchenNavigationandtheRiverItchen.ThesebothhaveEuropean,national,regionalandlocallevelsofprotection.AtEuropeanlevel,theRiverItchenformsaSpecialAreaofConservation(SAC).ItisalsoanationallydesignatedSiteofSpecialScientificInterest(SSSI),partofaregionalBiodiversityOpportunityArea(BOA)andcontainsfeaturesidentifiedasbeingoflocalimportanceinalocalBiodiversityActionPlan(BAP).Inaddition,duetoitslocationalongtheRiverandNavigation,thispartofBishopstokehasaverylargepopulationofbats,whichreceiveEuropeanandnationaldesignationsforprotection.Batsandtheirroostsarefullyprotectedunderthe1981 Wildlife and Countryside Act (as amended) and under the Conservation (Natural Habitats &c.) Regulations 1994,meaninganyworksthatmayaffectbatsmustbecarriedoutinaccordancewiththiswildlifelegislation. Batsparticularlyliketoroostinolderbuildingswithtimberframes.However,duetotheproximityoftheItchenandtheNavigation,andthewiderangeoftreestoserveasroosts,itislikelythatbuildingsofallagesintheconservationareawillhavebatcolonies.Therefore,anyproposeddevelopmentintheconservationareamusthaveaddressedthispossibilityandbeincompliancewiththewildlifelegislationmentionedabove.part one : Appraisal Adopted April 2011 19Map6-LandscapeCharacter21RiversideMewsFBBarton RiverMeadow View2113.7mTCB50Barton RiverDUTTON LANE382672861101496108624Conveyor1SAYERS ROADFAIR OAK ROAD21a29Drain1412819Pump House372aIndustrial EstatePostsDrain7TheThe Itchen NavigationBarton ParkPond10Lodge1611ParkPhoenixPath (um)213111ST MARTINS CLOSEHall86a34EAST DRIVEEl53111810STOKE PARK DRIVE862028ASFORD1191172ShelterBishopstokeSPRINGMethodist20Sub Sta2LANEROADElOld Rectory1384Church Room5SpringLBSub StaCHURCH9034434French OaksWESTEvangelical32DRIVERectoryFriarmayneSt Mary'sTCB10949GroveUNDERWOODROADSEDGWICK9280Whitehaugh Court9430Cottage2751127GROVE88WINDSOR COURT211332118a1 to 1236CLOSEBishopstoke2312102124Church1613940Church82St Martin's382212110Recreation Ground Ppg Sta43Ponds4451ASFORD GROVEPath34DUTTON LANE4041Pond383136FBSinksBarton River323937Pond45ASFORD GROVE352646 4842Sluice67611.9mWeirWeirGUE6749549 to 719TheCoachHouseMONT231The River InnThe Prince of Wales91 to 448CourtMemorial2612173075233436BishopstokeROADDrain6Playground3312.8mSEDGWICK ROAD26191 to 1227111046471HAMILTON ROAD92027173 to 8343261 to 4ROAD2PORTAL ROAD765593165FB315017FB191 to 7426MAINSTREAM COURTCHURCH(PH)Memorial Hall39RIVER MEWSMALDON CLOSE116ROAD211LB25(PH)20Recreation Ground3Sluice1424Sluice141House1514(Remains of)115.2m206202SedgwickFAIROAK ROADSluice41251025Mill House10Hamlin619El Sub StaSt Mary's42225 to 4712Mill House LodgeManor16Bishopstoke3415412525515618Spring64451281 to 237522ESCOMBE ROAD2Weir60426612Church842Meller2551369SurgeryA18Court1HARVEY66PO5031615612510Clublnn3Angler's InnFBSedgwickBISHOPSTOKE ROADGrove88LANEOld Anchor852924Weir4Bridge1PondSAYERS ROADRIVERSIDE3Itchen Grange531123157 GUEST ROAD52SCOTTER ROADRiver Itchen73499El Sub StaKirkbankSPRING(PH)TCBNewHouse7191OAKBANK ROADRiverEl Sub StaItchen House1457PathWorks12.2mBarton11.6mEl Sub StaWarehouseBarton Park49CHICKENHALL LANEDrain3035DrainPath (um)WorksFBNurseryIndustrial Estate213.4m143 5CottagePlaying Field12.2m(Disused)WorksThe Itchen NavigationStoke LockManor HouseFBSt Mary's ChurchOakbankHouseTennis CourtsMellerWarehouse(remains of)Path55PondDrain51BISHOPSTOKE ROADFBBarton RiverPC2SlSl74Manor House Mews311SluiceOakbankDrainSlRiver ItchenRiver ItchenBARTON ROADAllotment Gardens15Recreation GroundFBFBShelter3LOFTING CLOSE57GRIFFEN CLOSE7256743514HARVEY ROAD155UNDERWOOD ROAD38.4m23441736.3mCOLCHESTER AVENUE81523738506224826STOKE PARK ROAD1477946103372872262806451HAMILTON ROAD61138411949Play AreaGRIFFEN CLSHEARS ROAD47BISHOPSTOKE2928 278688152194129HARVEY ROAD865639939832688523837397914COTTON CLOSE19166EAST DRIVELB15.2m17834171131218SHEARS ROAD132SAYERS ROAD35701547318HARVEY ROAD45821401075669a 69b2725a23a 23b25b53El Sub StaCollins House5a5b66aTrack2210 to 1824 2826 3079 to 9762 to 72Summers Place1 to 529a25El Sub Sta49aBasketball CourtFootball PitchThe HubCar ParkCRUndWard BdyED BdyED BdyED BdyPath (um)EAST DRIVEVossen Court1 to 3DUTTON LANE10a10bThe OldRectoryA9A 1A 8A 4A 6A 5G4G6G5G2G1A 7A3G1G1G2G 1G3G7G2T3T4T1T 2T1G 8T1T 10T 11T 12T1T 1T2T7T2T20 T 21T 22T 23T 15T16T17T18T 1 9T 6T 13T 14T 3T8T 9T1T3T4T1T 2T 5T 7T8T1T2T1T9T 10T11T 12T4T5T 615M10M20M25M30MSpecial Area ofConservation (SAC)Site of Special ScientificInterest (SSSI)FootpathNBISHOPSTOKEConservationArea BoundaryKeyListed BuildingWoodlandOpen SpaceTree PreservationOrders (TPOs)Contour (5m)T1 G350m0 100m Crown Copyright. All rights reserved. Licence 100019622 (2010)part one : Appraisal Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals20Map7-Boundary21RiversideMewsFBBarton RiverMeadow View2113.7mTCB50Barton RiverDUTTON LANE382672861101496108624Conveyor1SAYERS ROADFAIR OAK ROAD21a29Drain1412819Pump House372aIndustrial EstatePostsDrain7TheThe Itchen NavigationBarton ParkPond10Lodge1611ParkPhoenixPath (um)213111ST MARTINS CLOSEHall86a34EAST DRIVEEl53111810STOKE PARK DRIVE862028ASFORD1191172ShelterBishopstokeSPRINGMethodist20Sub Sta2LANEROADElOld Rectory1384Church Room5SpringLBSub StaCHURCH9034434French OaksWESTEvangelical32DRIVERectoryFriarmayneSt Mary'sTCB10949GroveUNDERWOODROADSEDGWICK9280Whitehaugh Court9430Cottage2751127GROVE88WINDSOR COURT211332118a1 to 1236CLOSEBishopstoke2312102124Church1613940Church82St Martin's382212110Recreation Ground Ppg Sta43Ponds4451ASFORD GROVEPath34DUTTON LANE4041Pond383136FBSinksBarton River323937Pond45ASFORD GROVE352646 4842Sluice67611.9mWeirWeirGUE6749549 to 719TheCoachHouseMONT231The River InnThe Prince of Wales91 to 448CourtMemorial2612173075233436BishopstokeROADDrain6Playground3312.8mSEDGWICK ROAD26191 to 1227111046471HAMILTON ROAD92027173 to 8343261 to 4ROAD2PORTAL ROAD765593165FB315017FB191 to 7426MAINSTREAM COURTCHURCH(PH)Memorial Hall39RIVER MEWSMALDON CLOSE116ROAD211LB25(PH)20Recreation Ground3Sluice1424Sluice141House1514(Remains of)115.2m206202SedgwickFAIROAK ROADSluice41251025Mill House10Hamlin619El Sub StaSt Mary's42225 to 4712Mill House LodgeManor16Bishopstoke3415412525515618Spring64451281 to 237522ESCOMBE ROAD2Weir60426612Church842Meller2551369SurgeryA18Court1HARVEY66PO5031615612510Clublnn3Angler's InnFBSedgwickBISHOPSTOKE ROADGrove88LANEOld Anchor852924Weir4Bridge1PondSAYERS ROADRIVERSIDE3Itchen Grange531123157 GUEST ROAD52SCOTTER ROADRiver Itchen73499El Sub StaKirkbankSPRING(PH)TCBNewHouse7191OAKBANK ROADRiverEl Sub StaItchen House1457PathWorks12.2mBarton11.6mEl Sub StaWarehouseBarton Park49CHICKENHALL LANEDrain3035DrainPath (um)WorksFBNurseryIndustrial Estate213.4m143 5CottagePlaying Field12.2m(Disused)WorksThe Itchen NavigationStoke LockManor HouseFBSt Mary's ChurchOakbankHouseTennis CourtsMellerWarehouse(remains of)Path55PondDrain51BISHOPSTOKE ROADFBBarton RiverPC2SlSl74Manor House Mews311SluiceOakbankDrainSlRiver ItchenRiver ItchenBARTON ROADAllotment Gardens15Recreation GroundFBFBShelter3LOFTING CLOSE57GRIFFEN CLOSE7256743514HARVEY ROAD155UNDERWOOD ROAD38.4m23441736.3mCOLCHESTER AVENUE81523738506224826STOKE PARK ROAD1477946103372872262806451HAMILTON ROAD61138411949Play AreaGRIFFEN CLSHEARS ROAD47BISHOPSTOKE2928 278688152194129HARVEY ROAD865639939832688523837397914COTTON CLOSE19166EAST DRIVELB15.2m17834171131218SHEARS ROAD132SAYERS ROAD35701547318HARVEY ROAD45821401075669a 69b2725a23a 23b25b53El Sub StaCollins House5a5b66aTrack2210 to 1824 2826 3079 to 9762 to 72Summers Place1 to 529a25El Sub Sta49aBasketball CourtFootball PitchThe HubCar ParkCRUndWard BdyED BdyED BdyED BdyPath (um)EAST DRIVEVossen Court1 to 3DUTTON LANE10a10bThe OldRectoryConservation AreaBoundaryKey2010 Boundary Extension2010 Boundary De-Designation1991 Boundary De-Designation1977 Boundary DesignationIndex of 2010 ChangesNBISHOPSTOKE1977201019912010201020102010201050m0 100m1623465 Crown Copyright. All rights reserved. Licence 100019622 (2010)part one : Appraisal Adopted April 2011 214.2 - the Boundaries of the Conservation AreaAsidefromasmallamendmenttotheboundaryoftheconservationareain1991whichde-designatedasectionoflandinScotterRoad,asshownonMap7-Boundaryonpage21,theboundaryhasremainedunchangedsince1977.However,asaresultofthisappraisal,anumberofsmallchangestotheboundaryoftheconservationareawereadoptedinFebruary2010.ThedevelopmentknownasChurchClosehasbeenexcluded,asitisconsideredthatthemoderndevelopmentdoesnotmakeapositivecontributiontothecharacteroftheareaandthereforedoesnotjustifycontinuedinclusionwithinaconservationarea(1).AsimilarsituationhasarisenatthecornerofWestDriveandSpringLane(2)andthisareaisalsode-designated.TheconservationareahasbeenextendedtoincludethehistoricboundarywallonthewestofChurchRoadtonumber21togetherwith20-36(evennumbers)ChurchRoadontheeast(3).TheboundarytreatmentissignificantalongthewestofChurchRoad,probablycomprisingtheoriginalwallstotheSpringGroveandStJohnsestates.Numbers34and36ChurchRoadareanattractivepairofhousesthatstillretaintheiroriginalfeatures,includingrooftilesandwindows.ThepropertiesbetweenthesetwohousesandtheoriginalboundaryoftheconservationareawithSpringLaneformanattractiveterraceofEdwardianhouses,withrestrainedmodernalterations,allwithinamaturelandscapethatcontributespositivelyto the conservation area.TheboundaryhasbeenextendedtoincludethebanksofplantingalongSpringLaneinfrontof70-80(evennumbers)and99SpringLane(4).Thesemakeasignificantcontributiontothe verdant character of this part of the designated area.Anextensiontotheboundaryincorporatesnumber23PortalRoad(5).ThisistheendpropertyofaVictorianterracewhichistheonlydwellingintheterracetoretainitsoriginalsash windows and cast iron downpipe.Thelandinfrontofnumbers1-23SpringLane(6)isnowincludedintheconservationareato seek landscape improvements to enhance the setting of these flats and the Riverside element of the conservation area. ConsiderationhasbeengiventoextendingtheconservationareafurtheralongChurchRoadtoincorporatetheotherlistedbuildingsandsomelocallysignificantbuildings.However,themajorityofthebuildingswhichseparatetheconservationareafromthesestructuresdonotwarrantinclusion;thereforeanextensiontotheboundaryisnotjustified.4.3 - Buildings and StructuresTheconservationareahasarangeofbuildingsofdifferentages,styles,andquality.Themodernbuildingsareoftenofanondescriptdesignofnoparticularinterest.Ittendstobethe landscape that surrounds the more recent development that makes the area attractive. However,oncloserinspectionthereareanumberofolderbuildingsthatarevisuallyandarchitecturallyinteresting.Thesearelistedbelow(paragraph4.3.2).Thisrelationshipofoldandnewsometimesresultsinaslightlydiscordantsetting,whichcanfeeluncomfortable,howeverforthemostpartitenrichestheenvironment,andhasledtothispartofBishopstokebeingdesignatedaconservationarea.part one : Appraisal Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals22Inanareawhichhashadsignificantclaydepositsitisnotsurprisingthatredbrickisaprevalentlocalmaterial,andisseeninmanystructures,includingtheoldbrickestateboundarywalldefiningtheboundariesofanumberofpropertiesalongChurchRoad.Additionally,withtheadventoftherailwayitbecamepossibleforbuildingmaterialstobemovedaroundthecountryresultingintheuseofslateforroofingbecomingmorecommonandoneofthetraditionallyusedmaterialsinthearea.4.3.1 Archaeological ValueTherearenositesintheconservationareathatarespecificallynotedfortheirarchaeologicalvalue,norarethereanyscheduledmonuments.However,therearetwositeswhichhavelocalhistoricalsignificancethesiteoftheoldStMarysChurchandtheMill site. Neitherofthesebuildingsarestillinexistence,howeverthesiteoftheoldStMarysChurchnowformsoneofthetwopublicopenspaces,withanumberofoldgravestonesandamemorialstoneremainingonthesite.Similarly,themillnolongerexistshavingbeendemolishedin1934,buttheMillsturbines,believedtobetheonlylinkedpairofturbinesstillinexistencetoday,remainbelowthewaterline.Atpresent,theonlyvisiblesignofthemillis the dilapidated corrugated shed at the corner of Bishopstoke Road and Riverside housing theturbinesandassociatedequipment.4.3.2 Unlisted BuildingsEastleighBoroughCouncildoesnotincludebuildingsofspecialinterestwithinaconservationareaonitslocallist.However,thereareanumberofpropertieswhich,althoughnotofsufficientinteresttowarrantlisting,areconsideredtomakeapositivecontributiontotheconservationarea:34-36 Church road Twosemi-detached,simple,two-storeycottageswithoriginalfeatures,includingwindowsandrooftilesbutdifferingelevations.SiteofoldStMarysChurch ShearsMillpart one : Appraisal Adopted April 2011 2321 Church roadAttractivesmalltwo-storeycottage,unfortunatelyharmedbyout-of-characterflat roofed extension to rear and inappropriate uPVCwindows.82 Spring LaneTwo-storeydetacheddwellinghouseoftheGeorgianerawithabricked-upwindow due to the window tax.86 Spring LaneTwo-storeydetacheddwellinghouse,formerlyapairofsimplecottagesbehindtheoldsmithy. 23 Portal roadTwo-storey,Victorian,endofterracedwellinghouse.Solepropertyinterracetoretainoriginalfeatureswindows,frontdoorandcast iron downpipe. part one : Appraisal Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals241 and 2 Oakbank Cottages, Oakbank road Twosemi-detached,twostoreycottageswithapleasinghand-madeplainclay-tiledroofbeingthedominant feature.3 and 4 riversideTwothree-storeycommercialunitsinrowofotherwisetwo-storeyunits,includedprimarilybyvirtueoftheirsizeandthereforepresence.the Old anchor Inn, riversideFormerpublichouse,anotherbulkybuilding,nowconvertedintoflats.AlloriginalwindowsreplacedbyuPVCwindows.the anglers Inn, riversideVictorianpublichouseformerlyknownastheAnglerInn.part one : Appraisal Adopted April 2011 25the Prince of Wales, Bishopstoke roadLateVictorianpublichousefrombetween1892/96inayellowbrick.14 riversideOneoftwosemi-detachedcottageswithsomeoriginalfeatures,Number14hastheoriginalrooftilesandtilesontheporch,buttheoriginalwindowshavebeenreplaced19-24 Montague road attractive row of Victorianvillasstillretainingsomeoriginalfeatures.Thefollowingpropertyhasbeenidentifiedthatmaybeworthyoflisting:15 riversideOneoftwosemi-detachedcottageswithsomeoriginalfeatures,Number15hasoriginalwindowsandtilesontheporch,buthas had the roof tiles replaced. part one : Appraisal Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals26InadditiontothebrickboundarywallalongChurchRoaddiscussedpreviously,therearealsothreeoldstreetlightsstillinexistencethatlineOakbankRoad,twomanufacturedinEastleigh,contributingto the attractive appearance of the site of the formerStMarysChurch,whichnowservesaspublicopenspacefortheresidentsofthearea.LampostonOakbankRoadWallonChurchRoadManufacturersStamponLampostpart one : Appraisal Adopted April 2011 274.4 - intrusion and damage to CharacterWhilstthesubdivisionofthelargeestateshasfacilitatedthedevelopmentofBishopstoke,recentsub-divisionsandtheinfillofspaceshasdamagedtheconservationareainthelossof landscape setting. Themodernrequirementforpersonaltransporthashadadetrimentalimpactonthequalityoftheconservationareaason-streetcarparkingcluttersChurchRoadandRiverside.Theseroadssufferascarsparkalongtheentirelength,causingdifficultiesfortrafficandpedestriansusingthem,andsignificantlyharmingthevisualamenityofthearea.ItisparticularlyharmfulinRiverside,wheretheroadisnarrowerwithsweepingbends,directlyadjacenttotheriveritself.AstheroadbecomesChurchRoad,andtravelsupthevalleyside,thisparkingproblempersists,althoughastheroadiswider the parking does not seem to dominate to the sameextent.BishopstokeRoadisthemainthoroughfaretoFairOakandHortonHeath,carryingconsiderabletraffic.Thiscreatespressureswithintheconservationareabothinterms of traffic movements along its streets and the increased levels of pollution which degradethelocalbuildings.Furthersubdivisionofplotscanonlyincreasethispressure,anditisconsideredthereislimitedcapacityforchangewithoutcausingharmtothearea.ThetrendforhomeimprovementsisaparticularproblemforthedesignatedareawithuPVCwindows replacing traditional sash windows and concrete tiles replacing traditional slate or hand-maderedclayrooftiles.Theuseofthismoderndetailingunderminesthequalityoftheconservationarea.ThishasparticularlyharmedtheVictorianterraces,whichhavebeenaffectedtosuchanextentthatmostcannotbeconsideredforinclusionintheconservationarea.Additionally,otherworkscarriedoutwithouttheappropriatepermission,makeitdifficultforsomepropertiestobereinstatedtotheiroriginalcondition.TheMemorialHallisanimportantbuildingforBishopstokescommunity,andhasalocalsignificance as it was erected in memorial of thefalleninthetwoworldwars.However,thebuildingitselfisnotofarobustconstructionanddoes not enhance this prominent site within the conservation area. BishopstokeConservationAreais,forthemostpart,wellservedbymatureplanting.However,thespacesurroundingnumbers1-23SpringLane,adjacenttoRiverside,comprisesalarge,flatareaofmowngrasswithasinglematureyewtreeontheboundary.Thisoffersnoscreeningforwhatareparticularlyuninspiringflat-roofedbuildingsof1960sdesignandhasaconsiderabledetrimentalvisualimpactonRiverside.ParkingRiversideMemorial Hallpart one : Appraisal Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals285 - proposalsAsresultofthisappraisal,thefollowingproposalswereconsideredappropriate:5.1 - Boundary changesDe-designationthefollowingareashavebeenexcludedfromtheconservationarea,andareindicatedonMap7-Boundaryonpage21:ChurchClose(1)CornerofWestDriveandSpringLane(2)DesignationthefollowingareashavebeenincludedintheconservationareaandareindicatedonMap7-Boundaryonpage21:BoundarywallwestofChurchRoadto21(3)Evennumbers20-36ChurchRoad(3)Banksinfrontofevennumbers70-80and99SpringLane(4)23PortalRoad(5)Landfronting1-23SpringLane(6)5.2 - listingItisconsideredthattheageandconditionof15RiversidewarrantsarequesttoEnglishHeritageforthepropertytobeconsideredforinclusiononthestatutorylistofbuildingsofarchitectural and historic interest. ThekitchengardenwallmatchingthelistedwallalongthedrivewayofFriarmayneandStMartinsCloseshouldalsobeputforwardforconsideration.Thiswallrunsalongtherearboundariesofnumbers10and18ChurchRoad,numbers109to115SpringLaneandbetweenFriarmayneandStMartinsClose.ThewallbetweenNos109-115SpringLaneandStMartinsClosehasontheStMartinsside,anarrowlean-togreenhousethatresearchandexpertadvicerevealisanowcomparativelyrarepeach-house.AnapplicationforlistinghasbeenmadetoEnglishHeritage.PartofReverendThomasGarniersoriginalgardenstillremainstodayinthecurtilageoftheprivatepropertyFriarmayne.ItisrecommendedthatapplicationisalsomadetoEnglishHeritageforthisgardentobeaddedtotheRegisterofParksandGardensofSpecialHistoricInterestinEngland.Althoughtheinclusionofagardenontheregisterdoesnotimposeanystatutorycontrols,localauthoritiesarerequiredbycentralgovernmenttomakeprovision for the protection of the historic environment in their policies and their allocation of resources.Registrationisamaterialconsiderationinplanningterms,soanapplicationfordevelopmentwhichwouldaffectaregisteredgardenwillrequirelocalplanningauthoritiestotake account of the historic interest of the site.5.3 - Article 4 (1) directionAnumberofpropertieswithintheconservationareahavebeenidentifiedashavingfeaturesworthyofprotectionthroughtheuseofArticle4(1)DirectionsundertheTown and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995(asamended).Theseremovepermitteddevelopmentrightstherebyrequiringhouseholderstoseekplanningpermissionforcertainchanges.ThepropertiesconcernedareindicatedonMap3,page12andarelistedinAppendixBpage37,togetherwiththeproposedrestrictions.proposalsAdopted April 2011 296 - part two: Management proposals6.1 - Format of the Management proposalsPart1ofthisdocument,theCharacterAppraisal,hasidentifiedthespecialpositivequalitiesoftheBishopstokeConservationArea,whichmaketheconservationareaunique.Harmfulelementsthatunderminethatcharacterhavebeenrecognised.Part2ofthisdocument,themanagementproposals,builduponthepositivefeaturesandaddressthenegativefeatures,toprovideaseriesofIssuesandProposalsforimprovement,enhancementandsympatheticchange,mostofwhicharetheresponsibilityofEastleighBoroughCouncil.Boththeconservationareacharacterappraisalandthemanagementproposalswillbesubjecttomonitoringandreviewsonaregularbasis.6.2 - Habitats regulations AssessmentAstheconservationareaincludeslandwhichiscoveredbyaSAC,aHabitatsRegulationsAssessmentmustbeundertakeninrespectoftheproposedmanagementstrategylaidoutinparttwoofthisdocument.Ascreeningstudyhasthereforebeencarriedout.Thishasconcludedthatthemajorityofthemanagementstrategiesproposedwillnotposeanyrisktotheprotectedhabitats.WherethestrategiesmayhaveimplicationsfortheSAC,thepotentialriskscanbemitigatedagainst.ThescreeningreportfortheHabitatsRegulationsAssessmentisprovidedasaseparatedocumentavailableontheEastleighBoroughCouncilwebsite,www.eastleigh.gov.uk.PriortoanytheproposalsbeingactionedfurtherassessmentwillbeundertakeninconsultationwithNaturalEngland&EnvironmentAgency.6.3 - issues and proposals6.3.1 listing of Buildings, Structures and GardensItisimportantthathistoricallyorarchitecturallysignificantbuildingsorstructuresthatareworthyoflistingreceivetheappropriateprotection.Itisalsoimportantthatgardenswhichhavehistoricalsignificancearesimilarlyprotected.SeveralsiteshavebeenidentifiedwithintheBishopstokeConservationAreaasbeingworthyofthislevelofprotection,andthereforewillbeputforwardforGradeIIlistingandhistoricgardenstatus.Thesehavebeenidentifiedinsection5.2-Listingonpage29.Proposal that a request for listed building status for the afore-mentioned structures and historic garden status for the afore-mentioned garden will be put forward.6.3.2 the Use of Article 4 (1) directionsThroughouttheBishopstokeConservationAreathereareanumberofbuildingswhereoriginaldetailinghasbeenlostandmoderndetailssuchasuPVCwindowsinserted.Manyofthesechangestounlistedbuildingscannormallybecarriedoutwithoutplanningpermission,throughtheuseofpermitteddevelopmentrights,assetoutintheTown and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 (as amended).PowersexistfortheCouncil,underArticle4oftheOrder,towithdrawsomeofthesepermitteddevelopment rights in the interest of preserving or enhancing the character and appearance part two: Management proposals Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals30of the conservation area. This is considered appropriate in Bishopstoke to prevent further erosionofthehistoriccharacteroftheresidentialproperties,particularlywheretheyaremakingapositivecontribution.Proposal - that the Council use its powers as local planning authority to ensure applications received as a result of the article 4 (1) direction preserve or enhance the character & appearance of the conservation area.6.3.3 the enhancement of the Memorial Hall ItisappreciatedthatthisbuildinghasanimportantroleintheBishopstokecommunityandislocallysignificant.However,thebuildingitselfisnotofarobustconstructionanddoesnotenhancethisprominentsitewithintheconservationarea.Shouldanopportunityarisetoimprovethefacilityonthissite,EastleighBoroughCouncilwillseektoensureadesignisprovidedwhichoffersbothimprovedfacilitiesandenhancedvisualamenity,throughsignificantcommunityconsultationandinvolvement.ImmediateimprovementwillbeachievedbytheproposedplantingacrosstherearofthebuildinginGlebeField.Proposal that the Council use its powers as local planning authority to ensure any replacement community building is of a high quality design and construction responding to community needs. 6.3.4 Buildings that make a positive ContributionAspartoftheappraisalprocessrecommendedbyEnglishHeritage,listedandunlistedbuildingswhichmakeapositivecontributiontothecharacteroftheareahavebeenidentifiedandaremarkedontheArchitecturalCharactermap,page12.Generally,theseareindividualorgroupsofbuildingsthatretainall,orahighproportion,oftheiroriginalarchitecturaldetailingandthataddinterestandvitalitytotheappearanceoftheconservationarea.Aswithlistedbuildings,thereisageneralpresumptioninfavourofretainingallhistoricbuildingswhichmakeapositivecontributiontothecharacterofconservationareas.Anyapplicationforthedemolitionofoneofthesebuildingswillthereforeneedtobeaccompaniedbyareasonedjustificationastowhyitcannotberetained,similartothatrequiredforalistedbuilding.FurtherinformationcanbefoundintheEastleighBoroughCouncilLocal Plan Review (2001-2011): Chapter 11, Conservation and Listed Buildings (LB),policy169.LB, 170.LB and 175.LB. Proposal In implementing policies, particular regard will be had to the positive buildings identified on Map 3, page 12 to ensure that any alterations or extensions to existing positive buildings are very carefully designed and detailed.6.3.5 trees Treesmakeanimportantcontributiontothespecialcharacterandappearanceoftheconservation area. Most of them are in private ownership so are not under the direct control oftheCouncil.However,inaconservationarea,legislationexiststopreventthelossorharmofsignificanttrees.Anyoneintendingloppingorfellingatreegreaterthan75mmdiameterat1.5metresabovethegroundinaconservationareamustgivetheCouncilsixweekswrittennoticebeforestartingthework.ThisprovidestheCouncilwithanopportunitytoassessthetreetoseeifitmakesapositivecontributiontothecharacterorappearanceoftheconservationarea,inwhichcaseaTreePreservationOrder(TPO)maybeserved.Thisprotectsthetreefromfellingorinappropriatelopping;TPOshavebeenservedonanumberof trees in the conservation area.Proposal Eastleigh Borough Council will seek to protect significant trees.part two: Management proposalsAdopted April 2011 316.3.6 Walls and railingsWallsandrailingsmakeanimportantcontributiontothespecialcharacterandappearanceof the conservation area. Most of them are in private ownership so are not under the direct controloftheCouncil.However,conservationdemolitionconsentwouldberequiredforthedemolitionofwallsandfencesover1.0mhighadjacenttothehighwayand2.0melsewhere.TherailingsalongtheriverbankonRiversideareunattractivebutserveasafetyfunctionandareparticularlyimportanttothecharacterofthispartoftheconservationarea.Itissuggestedthatanopportunityshouldbesoughttoreplacetheserailingswithmoreattractiverailings,possiblyaspartofapublicartprojectinconjunctionwiththelocalcommunity.Inthemeantime,maintenancetocleanandimprovethepaintworkwouldbebeneficial.Proposal that opportunities be sought to improve and retain historic walls and to replace and improve the walls and railings in Bishopstoke conservation area as appropriate.6.3.7 Windows and roof tilesTheuseofmoderndetailing,inparticularuPVCwindowsandconcreterooftiles,underminesthequalityoftheBishopstokeconservationarea.Asopportunitiesarise,theCouncilwillseektoenhancepropertiesthroughtherepairandreplacementoforiginalfeatures with appropriate materials.Proposal that the Council will seek to ensure original features are retained or appropriate replacements used to maintain and enhance the character of the area.6.3.8 landscapeBishopstokeconservationareais,forthemostpart,wellservedbymatureplanting.However,thespacesurroundingnumbers1-23SpringLane,adjacenttoRiverside,comprisesalarge,flatareaofmowngrasswithasinglematureyewtreeontheboundary.ThisoffersnoscreeningforwhatareparticularlyuninspiringbuildingsanddetractsfromafairlyattractiveareaofBishopstoke.Theadditionofacarefullythoughtoutplantingschemecouldsignificantlyenhancethisarea.Proposal that the Council will encourage the enhancement of the landscape on the aforementioned site. 6.3.9 parkingTrafficisamodernpressureprevalentwithinBishopstokeConservationArea.ThevehicularparkingalongRiversideandChurchRoadisparticularlydetrimentaltothecharacterofthearea.EastleighBoroughCouncilwillpayparticularattentiontothisissuewhenconsideringplanningapplicationsandwherepossibleworkwithresidentstoreducethelevelsofparkingalong these roads.Proposal that the Council, in its role as a local planning authority, will seek to discourage further on-road parking along riverside and Church Lane, in consultation with the local community.6.3.10 Monitoring and reviewThisdocumentwillbereviewedregularly.ItwillneedtobeassessedinthelightoftheemergingLocalDevelopmentFrameworkandgovernmentpolicygenerally.part two: Management proposals Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals327 - references7.1 - publicationsBishopstokeW.I.(1999)BishopstokeA Century of Change.BishopstokeW.I.Publication.ChrisBlandfordAssociates(1997)Landscape Assessment of Eastleigh Borough. Eastleigh BoroughCouncil.CourseE.(1983)The Itchen Navigation.SouthamptonUniversityIndustrialArchaeologyGroup.EnglishHeritage(2006)Guidance on the Management of Conservation Areas. English Heritage.EnglishHeritage(2006)Guidance on Conservation Areas Appraisals. English Heritage.EnglishHeritage(2008)Conservation Principles: Policies and Guidance for the Sustainable Management of the Historic Environment. English Heritage.HCC(2009)Population Forecasts for all Wards in Hampshire 2008. (Downloadedviahttp://www3.hants.gov.uk/ward_total_level_forecast-3.xlsJuly2009).Rose,G.(unknown)St.MarysBishopstoke.(Downloadedviahttp://www.bishopstoke.org.uk/maryhistory.htmJuly2009).WestwoodM.(2000)More memories of Eastleigh with Bishopstoke, Fair Oak and Horton Heath.MaureenWestwood.7.2 - WebsitesArchaeologyDataService-http://ads.ahds.ac.ukBishopstokeParishCouncil-www.bishopstokepc.hampshire.org.ukEastleighBoroughCouncil-www.eastleigh.gov.ukEnglish Heritage www.english-heritage.org.ukHampshireCountyCouncil-www.hants.gov.ukreferencesAdopted April 2011 33Appendix A - planning policieslocal plan policies166.LB development which would destroy or damage, directly or indirectly, a scheduled ancient monument or other nationally important monument, or adversely affect their settings, will be refused.167.LB development which would adversely affect other non-scheduled sites of archaeological significance or their settings will only be permitted where the Borough Council is satisfied that preservation of archaeological remains in situ is not feasible and the importance of the development is sufficient to outweigh the value of the remains. the Council will only permit development where satisfactory provision has been made for a programme of archaeological investigation and recording prior to the commencement of the development.168.LB Planning applications for development affecting a site where there is evidence that archaeological remains may exist but whose extent and importance are unknown, will only be permitted if the developer arranges for an appropriate level of evaluation to be carried out. this will enable the Borough Council to be fully informed about the likely effect that the proposed development will have upon such remains.169.LB Planning applications for new buildings, and alterations and extensions to existing buildings, within, or affecting the setting of, Conservation areas, will be permitted, provided all the following criteria are met: i. the proposal preserves or enhances the character or appearance of the Conservation area or its setting; ii. any new building or extension does not detract from the character of the area and where appropriate retains the existing street building line and the rhythm of the street-scene; iii. the mass, materials and form of the building and associated landscape features are in scale and harmony with the existing and adjoining buildings and the area as a whole and the proportions of its parts relate well to each other, to the existing building and to adjoining buildings; iv. architectural details on buildings of value are retained; v. with regard to retail premises, a high standard of shop front design and signing, relating sympathetically to the character of the building and the surrounding area, is required; vi. the materials to be used are appropriate to and in sympathy with the existing buildings and the particular character of the area; and, vii. they do not generate excessive traffic, car parking, noise or cause detriment to the character of the local environment. Existing inappropriate uses will not be allowed to expand or intensify and the Borough Council may encourage their relocation if serious loss of amenity is occurring.170.LB development which involves the demolition of any building or important feature within a Conservation area will not be permitted unless:Appendix A - planning policies Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals34 i. it can be shown that the building is wholly beyond repair, or incapable of reasonable beneficial use; ii. its removal or replacement would enhance the appearance of the area; or, iii. it is essential to enable a redevelopment scheme to take place, provided the scheme for redevelopment has already been or is concurrently approved and such a scheme would positively enhance the character or appearance of the Conservation area.171.LB applications for development which affect important townscape or landscape features in Conservation areas will only be permitted where the qualities of those features are retained.172.LB applications for advertisements and fascia signs in Conservation areas will only be permitted if they meet all the following criteria: i. the proliferation of signs will be discouraged and signs will be restricted to the ground floor wall area; ii. fascias and advertisements should be designed as an integral part of the shop front and in keeping with the character of the surrounding area. Box signs will not be permitted and traditional signs and fascia details should be retained wherever possible; iii. illuminated signs will not be permitted. Where consent is given in exceptional circumstances, the sign should take the form of spot or halo lighting or rear illumination cut-out lettering; iv. the Borough Council will only accept Corporate Imaging advertising where it is not detrimental to the character of the building and surrounding area; and, v. consent will only be granted for advertisement hoardings, if it can be demonstrated to the satisfaction of the Borough Council, that no harm to amenity or public safety will be caused.173.LB Proposals which include the total demolition of a listed building will not be permitted unless it can be shown to the satisfaction of the Borough Council that their condition makes it impracticable to repair, renovate or adapt them to an appropriate beneficial use.174.LB the alteration or extension of a listed building or any development within the curtilage of a listed building including display of an advertisement will not be permitted if it would result in a detrimental impact on the building or its setting.175.LB development which would have a detrimental impact on a building of local importance or its setting will not be permitted.176.LB In exceptional circumstances the Council may permit the following development in order to secure the future of a listed building or other heritage asset: i. a conversion or change of use which may not otherwise be permitted; ii. a sympathetic extension of an appropriate scale and design which does not detract from the intrinsic value of the building or asset; or,Appendix A - planning policiesAdopted April 2011 35 iii. appropriate development within the curtilage of the property which is subservient to and does not detract from the character of the building or its grounds. the Council must be satisfied that all alternative solutions and sources of funding have been thoroughly investigated; that the applicant will enter into a legal agreement to ensure that the envisaged conservation benefits are delivered, and that the enabling development is demonstrably the minimum necessary to secure the future of the building or asset.Appendix A - planning policies Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals36Appendix B - proposed Article 4 directionArticle 4 (1) direction - confirmed April 2011AllreferencesaretotheTownandCountryPlanning(GeneralPermittedDevelopment)(Amendment)(No.2)(England)Order2008.14Riverside: AnyalterationtotheroofincludingreplacementofroofcoveringbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassCofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theerection,alteration,removalorreplacementofchimneystacksbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassesAandGofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofrenderedfaadebeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.15Riverside: Theerection,alteration,removalorreplacementofchimneystacksbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassesAandGofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofrenderedfaadebeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofwindowsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass1OakbankCottages,OakbankRoad: AnyalterationtotheroofincludingreplacementofroofcoveringbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassCofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theerection,alteration,removalorreplacementofchimneystacksbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassesAandGofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentwithinanyotherClass; ThereplacementoralterationofbrickworkcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.2OakbankCottages,OakbankRoad: AnyalterationtotheroofincludingreplacementofroofcoveringbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassCofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theerection,alteration,removalorreplacementofchimneystacksbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassesAandGofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentwithinanyotherClass; ThereplacementoralterationofbrickworkcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.Appendix B - proposed Article 4 directionAdopted April 2011 37OakbankCottage,1OakbankRoad: AnyalterationtotheroofincludingreplacementofroofcoveringbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassCofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theerection,alteration,removalorreplacementofchimneystacksbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassesAandGofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofwindowsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; The alteration or enclosure of recessed front doors or the erection or construction of a porchbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassesAandDofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; ThereplacementoralterationofbrickworkcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofdecorativefasciabeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.21ChurchRoad: Theerection,alteration,removalorreplacementofchimneystacksbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassesAandGofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofbaywindowsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; ThereplacementoralterationofbrickworkcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationoflintelsandcillsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.34ChurchRoad: AnyalterationtotheroofincludingreplacementofroofcoveringbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassCofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofrenderedfaadebeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; ThereplacementofdoorsandwindowsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.36ChurchRoad: AnyalterationtotheroofincludingreplacementofroofcoveringbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassCofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theerection,alteration,removalorreplacementofchimneystacksbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassesAandGofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingAppendix B - proposed Article 4 direction Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals38developmentwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofrenderedfaadebeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofwindowsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.82SpringLane: AnyalterationtotheroofincludingreplacementofroofcoveringbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassCofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theerection,alteration,removalorreplacementofchimneystacksbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassesAandGofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofwindowsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass Theremoval,replacementoralterationofaporchbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.86SpringLane: Theerection,alteration,removalorreplacementofchimneystacksbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassesAandGofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofwindowsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofaporchbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; TheremovalorreplacementofcastirongutteringbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; ThereplacementoralterationofbrickworkcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.19MontagueRoad: Theremoval,replacementoralterationtobaywindowroof(s)beingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassCofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofbaywindowsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; The alteration or enclosure of recessed front doors or the erection or construction of a porchbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassesAandDofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationoflintelsandcillsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingAppendix B - proposed Article 4 directionAdopted April 2011 39developmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; ThereplacementoralterationofbrickworkcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofhoodmouldsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.20MontagueRoad: Theremoval,replacementoralterationofbaywindowsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; The alteration or enclosure of recessed front doors or the erection or construction of a porchbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassesAandDofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theerection,construction,improvementoralterationofboundarywallsorrailingsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart2ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; ThedemolitionofboundarywallsorrailingsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassBofPart31ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationoflintelsandcillsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; ThereplacementoralterationofbrickworkcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofhoodmouldsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.21MontagueRoad: Theremoval,replacementoralterationtobaywindowroof(s)beingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassCofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofbaywindowsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theerection,construction,improvementoralterationofboundarywallsorrailingsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart2ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; ThedemolitionofboundarywallsorrailingsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassBofPart31ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; The alteration or enclosure of recessed front doors or the erection or construction of a porchbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassesAandDofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationoflintelsandcillsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; ThereplacementoralterationofbrickworkcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofhoodmouldsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedAppendix B - proposed Article 4 direction Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals40withinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.22MontagueRoad: Theremoval,replacementoralterationtobaywindowroof(s)beingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassCofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofbaywindowsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; The alteration or enclosure of recessed front doors or the erection or construction of a porchbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassesAandDofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationoflintelsandcillsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; ThereplacementoralterationofbrickworkcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofhoodmouldsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.23MontagueRoad: Theremoval,replacementoralterationtobaywindowroof(s)beingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassCofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofbaywindowsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; The alteration or enclosure of recessed front doors or the erection or construction of a porchbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassesAandDofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationoflintelsandcillsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofhoodmouldsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.24MontagueRoad: Theremoval,replacementoralterationtobaywindowroof(s)beingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassCofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofbaywindowsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; The alteration or enclosure of recessed front doors or the erection or construction of a porchbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassesAandDofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationoflintelsandcillsbeingdevelopmentAppendix B - proposed Article 4 directionAdopted April 2011 41comprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; ThereplacementoralterationofbrickworkcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofhoodmouldsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.25MontagueRoad: Theremoval,replacementoralterationofbaywindowsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationoflintelsandcillsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; ThereplacementoralterationofbrickworkcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofhoodmouldsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.26MontagueRoad: Theremoval,replacementoralterationofbaywindowsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationoflintelsandcillsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; ThereplacementoralterationofbrickworkcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofhoodmouldsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.23PortalRoad: Theremoval,replacementoralterationofrenderedfaadebeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationoflintelsandcillsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theremoval,replacementoralterationofbaywindowsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; The alteration or enclosure of recessed front doors or the erection or construction of a porchbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassesAandDofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; Theerection,construction,improvementoralterationofboundarywallsorrailingsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart2ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass;Appendix B - proposed Article 4 direction Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals42 ThedemolitionofboundarywallsorrailingsbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassBofPart31ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass; TheremovalorreplacementofcastirondownpipebeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinClassAofPart1ofSchedule2oftheOrderandnotbeingdevelopmentcomprisedwithinanyotherClass.Appendix B - proposed Article 4 directionAdopted April 2011 43Appendix C General informationlocal Generic GuidanceEastleighBoroughCouncilisintheprocessofproducingaQualityPlacesSupplementaryPlanningDocumentwhichwillofferadviceandguidanceongeneraldesignissues.Foradviceonspecificissuespertainingtoaconservationarea,pleasecontacttheBoroughsConservationOfficeron02380688247.Useful information and Contact detailsGeneral informationEastleighBoroughCouncilswebsite,www.eastleigh.gov.uk.Conservation information and Advice TheBoroughsArchitecturalDesignandConservationOfficer,02380688247.EnglishHeritage,www.english-heritage.org.uk.,(GeneralEnquiries)08703331181.local Historic informationBishopstokeParishCouncilswebsite,www.bishopstokepc.hampshire.org.ukBatsNaturalEngland,www.naturalengland.org.uk BatConservationTrustHelpline08451300228 End of documentAppendix C General information Bishopstoke Conservation Area Appraisal & Management proposals44CopyrightEastleighBoroughCouncilCivicOffices,LeighRoadEastleigh HampshireSO509YNTel: 02380688000Email:LocalPlan@eastleigh.gov.ukWeb:www.eastleigh.gov.ukTheinformationcanbeprovidedinalternativeformatsincludinglargeprint,audiotape,Brailleandsomeotherlanguagesbycalling02380688000,emailLocalPlan@eastleigh.gov.ukortext0779787001CopyrightEastleighBoroughCouncilCivicOffices,LeighRoadEastleigh HampshireSO509YNTel: 02380688000Email: LocalPlan@eastleigh.gov.ukWeb: www.eastleigh.gov.ukTheinformationcanbeprovidedinalternativeformatsincludinglargeprint,audiotape,Brailleandsomeotherlanguagesbycalling02380688000,emailLocalPlan@eastleigh.gov.ukortext0779787001

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