The Civic Trust objects to this application for the following reasons:

The proposed ‘A ‘ board would cause an obstruction on the pavement for pedestrians in this location and in particular could be a hazard for people with disabilities.

The board would also be an unattractive distraction from the historic and architectural character of the street scene and the conservation area as a whole.

The Civic Trust objects to this application for the following reasons:

There is no other detached property along Upton Lane in the vicinity of the proposed plot that is so narrow. It is out of keeping. The proposed garage is well in front of the general building line and even of the garages in the rear of the adjacent property on Liverpool Road. The garage dominates and is an ugly feature on the front elevation of the proposed house and again out of keeping with the area.

The Chester Civic Trust objects to this application to remove this oak tree as there is insufficient supporting information provided by the applicant to justify the felling of a tree protected by a TPO (Tree Preservation Order). No decision should be made until there is a full account of the condition of the tree and whether it could be saved.

20/00602/FUL
HMO Bouverie Street

The Civic trust objects to this application for the following reasons:
The communal facilities and space could be insufficient for 8 people and their
probable visitors.
The outdoor space is insufficient for good quality living conditions.
Bedrooms 2 and 3 are too small as living space.
The rear dormer will overlook the neighbouring property resulting in loss of privacy.

HMO (House in multiple occupation)