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  1. Foul drainage to an adopted sewer should be provided wherever possible. The development of sites where drainage to a public sewer is not feasible will only be permitted if proposed alternative facilities are considered adequate and would not pose an unacceptable risk to the quality or quantity of ground or surface water or pollution of local watercourses or sites of biodiversity importance. A package treatment plant should be provided. Only where it is clearly demonstrated that neither of these options is feasible will a system incorporating septic tank(s) be considered on the basis of evidence that substantiates adequate soakaway capacity without detriment to material interests.
  2. Development proposals which include vehicle parking and other hard surface areas used by vehicles must include measures such as trapped gullies and petrol / oil interceptors or other suitable methods of pollution control to safeguard against pollution of the water environment.

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