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Planning Applications

Southdowns National Park/public access system  

Ref: SDNP/19/02588/HOUS
Location: Stocks House, Stocks Lane, Meonstoke SO32 3NQ
Proposal: Erection of a single storey, 2 bay Oak framed garage to the rear of the garden with part
workshop, part locked garage.

Ref: SDNP/19/02615/FUL
Location: Beacon House, Stocks Lane.
Proposal: Construction of residential dwelling with access from Warnford Road.
To consider the following new applications:

Ref: SDNP/19/02957/HOUS
Location: Beacon House Warnford Road Corhampton SO32 3NS
Proposal: Construction of detached garage following demolition of existing garage

Ref: SDNP/19/02911/TCA
Location: Mill Cottage, High Street, Meonstoke, SO32 3NH
Proposal: Proposed works as part of the ongoing arboricultural / routine maintenance.

Ref: SDNP/19/02816/TCA
Location: St Andrews Church, Church Lane, Meonstoke, Hampshire
Proposal: Maple (1) to fell the multiple stems growing directly on the East bank of the mill stream as it is
gradually destroying the weir wall. The footbridge has been elevated recently to prevent root growth
disturbing the beams but longer term, the removal of the tree to preserve the crossing and the expense of
repair is important. There is a (low) risk that the tree will fall into the A32 road given a sufficiently strong
storm. The tree was inspected by Winchester council arborists in 2017 during prior work on the Church

Ref: SDNP/19/02655/APNB
Location: Wallops Wood Farm Stoke Wood Lane Droxford Hampshire SO32 3QY
Proposal: Agricultural slurry store

Ref: SDNP/19/02000/TCA
Location: Barn Lodge , Pound Lane, Meonstoke, SO32 3NP


The local Planning Authority for this Parish is the South Downs National Park Authority (SDNPA).  Most applications are, however, dealt with by the planning team at Winchester City Council, under delegated powers.  Only where a planning application is for a development of a magnitude that might affect the landscape character of the National Park, or if it is particularly novel or contentious in some way, will it be formally ‘called in’ for consideration by the SDNPA.  An example is the application to extend the affordable housing scheme at Bridgehead, which has been ‘called in’ because of the potential effect that the Government’s proposed Housing Bill may have on extending the ‘Right to Buy’ to Housing Association tenants, contrary to the purpose of the development to provide affordable social housing in perpetuity for local people.

Current planning applications are available to view on the SDNPA’s web pages through their public access system.  Search by postcode or a keyword (e.g. a house name).

Comments can be submitted online (although you will have to register on the site to be able to do this) or alternatively feel free to discuss the matter with one of the Parish Council’s Planning Committee members:

Jerry Pett (01489 877633), Jane McCormick or John Shaw