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POLICY CN7 - Sub-division of existing dwellings

Proposals for the sub-division of a single dwelling house into two or more residential units will be permitted provided that:

  1. the scale and intensity of use will not cause significant detriment to the character of the building and its curtilage;
  2. the dwelling is capable of sub-division without significant alteration;
  3. there would be no adverse impact on neighbouring properties and gardens or on the character of the area due to noise or disturbance, loss of amenity or privacy;
  4. a satisfactory living environment for occupants can be achieved; and
  5. the proposal does not result in a loss of existing accommodation which either by itself or together with other existing or proposed dwellings in the locality, would have a detrimental effect on the mix, size, type and affordability of accommodation in the area.

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