Here is the list and status of planning applications in Esher as of 5 October.
2018/2350 3 New Road. On Appeal (June 2019) Detached three-storey building comprising 5 flats with associated parking, bin and cycle storage following demolition of existing building.
2018/2251 3 New Road. On Appeal (June 2019) Detached three-storey building comprising 3 flats with associated parking, bin and cycle storage and relocation of existing vehicular access following demolition of existing building.
2018/2506 Land East Of Nanhoran, 25 Claremont Lane. On Appeal (Aug 2019) Detached 3-storey house with rooms in roof space, basement and new access from Fir Tree Close following demolition of an existing outbuilding.
2018/2321 COTE, 102 – 106 High Street. Partial change of use of basement from A3 (Restaurant) to D2 (Gym), first and second floor rear extensions, rear dormer windows with rooms in the roof space to create additional dwelling, alterations to fenestration etc.
2018/3678 1 – 5 Hillside, Portsmouth Road. 3-storey building comprising 17 flats and 1 house, rooms in the roof space, underground parking, bin and cycle stores, new access and associated parking and landscaping following demolition of existing buildings. 5 objections. Similar to allowed on Appeal.
2019/0426 2 Dukes Road. Additional detached two-storey house, two-storey side extension to existing house following demolition of existing side projection and existing garage.
2019/1051 River House, 85 Esher Road, Hersham. Outline application for extension and alterations to existing dwelling to create 12 flats following partial demolition of existing house (for access, layout and scale only). 16 objections.
2019/1132 Pelhams Ridge, 1 Copsem Lane. 3 storey building 9 apartments with associated parking, landscaping and bin and bike stores following demolition of existing building. 28 objections inc ERA & CHEA.
2019/1827 Land east of 9 Broom Close. Detached three-storey block of seven flats with underground parking and landscaping and new access from Claremont Lane. 5 objections.
2019/2112 Esher Lawn Tennis Club, 7 Milbourne Lane. Variation of Condition: 4 (Hours of Use) of planning application 2018/2130 (Floodlights) to extend hours of operation. 5 objections.
2019/2119 Warling Dean, 33 New Road. 3-storey detached building with basement car parking of 19 units etc following demolition of existing building and garages. 40+ objections.
2019/1957 The Chequers, West End Lane. Listed Building Consent: Blue plaque to front elevation for Bill Bedford.
2019/2134 (Claygate Ward) Claygate House, Littleworth Road. Development comprising 50 residential units (11 houses and 39 flats) following demolition of existing buildings. 9 objections, of which 6 are from Esher Residents.
New Applications/Applications withdrawn: None of note
2019/1485 Kebab Shop, 66 High Street Esher. Single-storey rear extension and front glazed screen, external seating area (2 tables ) following partial demolition of existing building.
2019/1993 9 Winchester Close. Retrospective application for two-storey front extension, part two/part single-storey rear extension, first floor rear extension, first floor rear balcony with timber screen and external staircase and extension to existing basement, following partial demolition of existing house.
Applications refused (OLR=Officer level refusal.
2019/0215 45 More Lane. Redevelopment to provide 51 bed care home. Too large for plot, dominating and overbearing, loss of daylight and sunlight impacting neighbours.
2019/1688 Land South Of Halfpenny Cottage West End Lane. Conservation Area Detached two-storey house with new vehicular access with entrance gates. OLR: Cannot provide nor maintain adequate visibility zones
2019/0189 70 West End Lane. On Appeal. Conservation Area & neighbouring Grade II Listed Buildings To convert single-storey house into a two-storey house & partial conversion of garage into living space. Would not preserve or enhance the conservation area.
2019/0551 Sandown Park Racecourse involving: Outline application for the re-development of the site. Inappropriate development etc in Green Belt and it has not been demonstrated that the level of residential development & hotel proposed could be designed without resulting in an adverse impact on the character of the area.