Two Planning Applications by Henbury Lodge Hotel

Two applications were submitted at the end of last month. They were applications numbered  21/00194/F and  21/00195/LA. You can view them here: www.bristol.gov.uk/planningonline

Both seem to be similar are are for a 5m ‘temporary’ building replacing existing sheds  and reaching almost to the west boundary.

I have made comments on behalf of the Conservation Society objecting to the large structure in the curtilage of the fine grade II listed structure.

Tim Parkinson 7/2/2021

2 thoughts on “Two Planning Applications by Henbury Lodge Hotel”

  1. On the 25th March, 2021, the Planning Dept. advised the applicant that both applications for the extension had been refused. The primary reason was stated as:
    “The proposed garden room by virtue of its scale, design, layout, form, footprint, materials and siting would result in the introduction of an incongruous, poor quality and out of
    keeping addition to the site, which will fail to respect the siting, scale, form, proportions,materials, details and the overall design and character of the host building and its curtilage.
    This would result in less than substantial harm to the historic character and significance of the Grade II listed building as well as the character and appearance of the wider Henbury
    Conservation Area.”

  2. On the 25th March, 2021, the Planning Dept. advised the applicant that both applications for the extension had been refused. The primary reason was stated as:
    “The proposed garden room by virtue of its scale, design, layout, form, footprint, materials and siting would result in the introduction of an incongruous, poor quality and out of
    keeping addition to the site, which will fail to respect the siting, scale, form, proportions,materials, details and the overall design and character of the host building and its curtilage.
    This would result in less than substantial harm to the historic character and significance of the Grade II listed building as well as the character and appearance of the wider Henbury
    Conservation Area.”

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