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The Priory, St Osyth, Clacton-on-Sea, Essex

Planning permission - Demolition - New building - Listed building - Grade I - Grade II* - Scheduled ancient monument - Registered park or garden - Grade II - Conservation area - s16 or s66 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 - s72 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 - Weight to be given to asset’s conservation - enabling development - Need for clear and convincing justification for harm or loss - Less than substantial harm through development affecting the setting - Optimum viable use - Substantial harm or total loss should be wholly exceptional - Assessing the conservation deficit - Housing weighed against heritage conservation

  • Type of Decision: Appeal
  • Year: 2015
    Date:  21 May 2015
  • Planning Inspector:  K D Barton
    Planning Case reference: APP/P1560 – A/2220032; A/2220037; A/2220042; A/2220045; A/2220047; A/2220049; E/2220051
  • Local Authority Reference: 11/00328/FUL; 11/00329/FUL; 11/00330/FUL; 11/00331/FUL; 11/00332/FUL; 11/00334/FUL; 11/00336/CON
    Local Authority Area: Tendring District Council
  • Address of the property:  The Priory, St Osyth, Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, CO16 8NZ
  • Appellant: Messrs RA, TR, DR and AI Sargeant

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