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48.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 242 KB

To receive the Minutes from the meeting held on

Minutes:

It was proposed by Councillor Watson, seconded by Councillor Brown and –

 

Resolved:

 

The Minutes of the meeting held on 3 October 2019, be agreed and signed as a correct record.

 

(Vote: For - Unanimous)

 

49.

Declaration of Interest

Members with interests to declare should refer to the Agenda item and describe the nature of their interest when the item is being considered.

 

Elected Members of Devon County Council and Town/Parish Councils who have considered a planning application by virtue of their membership of that Council hold a personal interest and are deemed to have considered the application separately and the expressed views of that Council do not bind the Members concerned who consider the application afresh.

Minutes:

The Chair reminded Members to declare their interests when the relevant item was up for discussion.  Declarations of interest were made as indicated below and in accordance with the previously agreed arrangements for “dual-hatted” Members.

 

50.

Agreement of Agenda between Parts I and II

Minutes:

That the Agenda as circulated be agreed.

 

51.

Urgent Matters

Information to be brought forward with the permission of the Chair.

Minutes:

There were no urgent matters brought forward.

52.

Costs on Appeals pdf icon PDF 112 KB

Application No. 1/1316/2018/FUL

Application No. 1/0231/2019/FUL

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Chair requested that all future costings be brought to Committee.

 

The Development Manager agreed for the costings, in relation to Application No. 1/1316/2018/FUL (Costs Decision attached to the Agenda) to be brought to Committee.

 

The Committee noted the Costs on Appeals Decisions.

 

53.

Future Site Visits

The Chair to advise the Committee of any future site visits.

Minutes:

The Chair informed the Committee that there were currently no site visits planned.

 

54.

Public Participation

The Chair to advise the Committee of any prior requests to speak made by members of the public and to advise of the details of the Council’s public participation scheme.

Minutes:

The Chair advised the Committee and members of the public of the details in respect of the Council’s public participation scheme.

 

55.

Appeal Decisions Summary pdf icon PDF 13 KB

Appeal Decision Summary and Reports of Planning Inspectorate

 

Summary

 

Appeal Decision  -  Application No. 1/0400/2018/CPL

Appeal Decision  -  Application No. 1/0554/2018/CPE

Appeal Decision  -  Application No. 1/1316/2018/FUL

Appeal Decision  -  Application No. 1/1078/2018/LBC

Appeal Decision  -  Application No. 1/0231/2019/FUL

Appeal Decision  -  Application No. 1/0196/2019/OUT

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Committee noted the Appeal Decisions.

 

56.

Delegated Decisions - AGMB Applications pdf icon PDF 165 KB

Minutes:

The Committee noted the Delegated Decisions.

 

57.

Planning Applications

The information, recommendations and advice contained in the reports are correct as at the date of preparation which is more than ten days in advance of the Committee meeting.   Due to these time constraints any changes or necessary updates to the reports will be provided in writing or orally at the Committee meeting.

 

 

Minutes:

Prior to the presentation of the planning applications, the Chair asked that as a matter of courtesy, respect be shown for the views of both public speakers and Officers, even if their views differed.

57a

Application No. 1/1343/2018/OUTM pdf icon PDF 534 KB

Outline application for residential development of up to 110 dwellings, public open space and associated infrastructure with all matters reserved except access - Land At Wooda Road, Pitt Lane, Appledore.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The following Councillors attended the site visit:

 

Councillors C Leather, M Brown, R Boughton, P Christie, R Craigie, R Lock,

D McGeough, P Watson and R Wiseman

 

 

Application No. 1/1343/2018/OUTM  -  Outline application for residential development of up to 110 dwellings, public open space and associated infrastructure with all matters reserved except access - Land At Wooda Road, Pitt Lane, Appledore

 

Interests:  None

 

Officer recommendation:   Grant subject to a Legal Agreement

 

 

The planning application had been called into Plans Committee by former Councillor Davis for the following reason:

 

“I would like a site visit by Plans Committee to see whether such an undertaking of that on Pitt Hill Appledore, along with other developments in close proximity, as it is of my own considered opinion that the proposed development would be likely to create, as well as exacerbate, a particular traffic problem that is common to all roads that lead to and from the Heywood Roundabout, as I feel the present road system is inadequate for such an undertaking, and therefore feel the proposal is contrary to Policy DM05 of the North Devon and Torridge Local Plan”.

 

Prior to the presentation of the report, Members were informed of the following updates:

 

  • Condition 4 – expansion of part (c) to include reference to closure of Pitt Lane and for an advisory note to be added to the foot of this condition that advises ‘works to close Pitt Lane to vehicular traffic will first require the determination of a Traffic Regulation Order’.

 

  • Condition 6 – part (h) will be amended to read ‘measures for the control of noise, vibration and lighting which demonstrate the adoption and use of best practice to reduce impacts’;

 

  • Condition 7 – to include reference to the noise assessments that have been undertaken;

 

  • Condition 9 – first part to read ‘the primary Wooda Road site access’ and for plan reference 18002-SK007-A to be added after ‘approved plans’ and to add a sentence at the end to confirm that details of the secondary Wooda Road access serving the pumping station and the point of vehicular connection to Pitt lane will need to be approved at reserved matters stage;

 

  • Condition 10 – to be removed;

 

  • Condition 13 – part (e) to be removed on the basis this will be dealt with in the S106.

 

The S106 will need to include an obligation to ensure that the remainder of the allocation is not prejudiced from being delivered due to there being a ransom position in respect of highways access or surface water drainage.

 

The Development Management Team Leader presented the report and advised Members of the main planning considerations.

 

The Chair reminded Members that it is an outline application with only access to be determined, and is a strategic site in the Local Plan for housing in Appledore.

 

During the debate the following points/concerns were raised:

 

·         Loss of green wedge between Northam and Appledore.  The Committee were advised that the site is within the development  ...  view the full minutes text for item 57a

57b

Application No. 1/0750/2019/REMM pdf icon PDF 340 KB

Reserved Matters application for up to 10 dwellings pursuant to application 1/0614/2017/OUTM (Landscaping, Appearance, Scale and Layout) - Land At Torridge Road, Appledore, Devon.

Minutes:

The following Councillors attended the site visit:

 

Councillors C Leather, M Brown, R Boughton, P Christie, R Craigie, R Lock,

D McGeough, P Watson and R Wiseman

 

 

Application No. 1/0750/2019/REMM -  Reserved Matters application for up to 10 dwellings pursuant to application 1/0614/2017/OUTM (Landscaping, Appearance, Scale and Layout) - Land At Torridge Road, Appledore, Devon

 

Interests: 

 

Officer recommendation:    Grant

 

 

The planning application had been called into Plans Committee by Councillor Hames for the following reasons:

 

“The site is outside of the development boundary and therefore within the open countryside and the undeveloped coast.   The proposed designs of the properties would adversely affect the character of the countryside and undeveloped coast.   I refer to Local Plan policies ST04 (not responding to character of the site), ST90 (7) (detracting from the unspoiled character, appearance and tranquillity of the area, ST14 (e, f, g) (not conserving, enhancing, protecting local distinctiveness and landscape), DM04(a) (not appropriate designs for the landscape setting), NPPF para 127, 170(c).

 

 

The Committee were informed of the following update:

 

·         Four additional representation letters objecting to the application – objections raised are as those summarised in Officers report

 

The Planning Officer presented the report and advised Members of the main planning considerations.   The Outline application for the site had been allowed on Appeal so the principal of development had therefore already been established.   This was acknowledged by the Committee.

 

When discussing the application Members referred to the removal of the hedgerow.  The Planning Officer clarified the position and advised that the hedgerow will be removed to allow for a footpath and details of the replacement hedgerow are as set out in the Landscape Assessment.

 

The Planning Officer agreed to add an informative to remind the Developers of the Archaeology Condition included as part of the Outline Planning permission.

 

It was proposed by Councillor Watson and seconded by Councillor Lock that the application be approved and a recorded vote was taken.

 

 

Councillor

For

Against

Abstain

Cllr C Leather

X

 

 

Cllr M Brown

X

 

 

Cllr R Boughton

X

 

 

Cllr P Christie

X

 

 

Cllr R Craigie

X

 

 

Cllr R Lock

X

 

 

Cllr D McGeough

X

 

 

Cllr P Watson

X

 

 

Cllr R Wiseman

X

 

 

 

(Vote:  For – Unanimous)

 

The motion was carried.

 

RESOLVED:

 

That the application be Granted subject to the conditions as stated in the report.

 

Mr M Easton addressed the Committee in support of the application

Mrs R Fearnley addressed the Committee in support of the application

Mr N Gibbett addressed the Committee objecting to the application

Sara Mendosa, on behalf of the Appledore Residents Association, addressed the Committee objecting to the application

Councillor Hames, Ward Member, addressed the Committee

 

57c

Application No. 1/0753/2019/FUL pdf icon PDF 307 KB

Detached dwelling - Land Off Staddon Road, Appledore, Devon

Minutes:

The following Councillors attended the site visit:

 

Councillors C Leather, M Brown, R Boughton, P Christie, R Craigie, R Lock,

D McGeough, P Watson and R Wiseman

 

 

Application No. 1/0753/2019/FUL  -  Detached dwelling - Land Off Staddon Road, Appledore, Devon

 

Interests:    None

 

Officer recommendation:    Grant

 

 

The planning application had been referred to Plans Committee as the Applicant’s wife is an employee of Torridge District Council.

 

The Development Management Team Leader presented the report and advised Members of the main planning considerations.   An amendment to the report was given, namely that it is the applicants wife who is an employee of the Authority and not the applicant.

 

When discussing the application it became apparent that Members were minded to approve the application, but raised a concern with regard to Condition 6 – Hours of Construction.   It was agreed that to protect the amenities of neighbouring properties, the construction works on a Saturday shall not take place other than between the hours of  0900 – 1300 hours.

 

It was proposed by Councillor McGeough and seconded by Councillor Watson that the application be approved and a recorded vote was taken.

 

 

Councillor

For

Against

Abstain

Cllr C Leather

X

 

 

Cllr M Brown

X

 

 

Cllr R Boughton

X

 

 

Cllr P Christie

X

 

 

Cllr R Craigie

X

 

 

Cllr R Lock

X

 

 

Cllr D McGeough

X

 

 

Cllr P Watson

X

 

 

Cllr R Wiseman

X

 

 

 

(Vote:  For – Unanimous)

 

The motion was carried.

 

RESOLVED:

 

That the application be Granted subject to the amendment to Condition 6 as stated above and the conditions as set out in the report.

 

 

Sara Mendosa, on behalf of the Appledore Residents Association, addressed the Committee objecting to the application.

Councillor Hames, Ward Member, addressed the Committee.

 

57d

Application No. 1/0775/2019/FUL pdf icon PDF 226 KB

Installation of children's play park adventure trail - Playground At Kingsmead Drive, Torrington, Devon

Minutes:

The following Councillors attended the site visit:

 

Councillors C Leather, M Brown, R Boughton, R Craigie, R Lock,

D McGeough, P Watson and R Wiseman

 

 

Application No. 1/0775/2019/FUL  -  Installation of children's play park adventure trail - Playground At Kingsmead Drive, Torrington, Devon

 

Interests:    Councillor M Brown declared a personal interest – dual hatted – Gt. Torrington Town Council - and gave a contribution from her Grant monies but attended with an open mind

 

Officer recommendation:    Grant

 

 

The planning application had been referred to Plans Committee as the land is in the ownership of Torridge District Council.

 

Prior to the presentation of the report the Planning Office gave the following update:

 

·         A late representation received from Councillor Cottle-Hunkin

 

·         A representation letter setting out concerns which had previously been outlined in the report

 

The Planning Officer presented the report and advised Members of the main planning considerations.

 

When debating the application the following concerns/points were raised:

 

·         Detrimental impact on residential properties - additional noise and disturbance

 

·         The play facilities in the application to be combined with the existing facilities on the other side of the site.  The Planning Officer explained that the pre application came forward with two options - one option was to put the equipment on the other side of the site but this would be nearer to a residential property.  The proposed site was the preferred option.

 

·         Overlooking issues - the height of the climbing wall  

 

Advice was given by the Development Manager following a comment to defer the application.  He also advised that if Members were minded to refuse the application on amenity grounds, there would be a right to appeal.

 

It was proposed by Councillor Lock and seconded by Councillor Craigie that the application be approved and a recorded vote was taken.

 

 

Councillor

For

Against

Abstain

Cllr C Leather

X

 

Cllr M Brown

X

 

Cllr R Boughton

X

 

 

Cllr P Christie

X

 

 

Cllr R Craigie

X

 

 

Cllr R Lock

X

 

 

Cllr D McGeough

X

 

 

Cllr P Watson

X

 

 

Cllr R Wiseman

X

 

 

(Vote:  For 6, Against 3)

 

The motion was carried.

 

RESOLVED:

 

That the application be Granted subject to the conditions as set out in the report.

 

Mandy Isaac addressed the Committee in support of the application

Mr C Whalley addressed the Committee objecting to the application

Mr C Pearce addressed the Committee objecting to the application

 

 

In accordance with the Council Constitution it was proposed, seconded and –

 

Resolved:

 

That in view of the fact that 3 hours had elapsed since the meeting had commenced that the meeting should continue

 

 

57e

Application No. 1/0805/2019/FULM pdf icon PDF 222 KB

Variation of condition 12 of application 1/0781/2015/OUTM   (Roads, access, street furniture and maintenance) in relation to Reserved Matters - Land At Hoopers Way, Torrington, Devon

Minutes:

Application No. 1/0805/2019/FULM  -  Variation of condition 12 of application 1/0781/2015/OUTM            (Roads, access, street furniture and maintenance) in relation to Reserved Matters - Land At Hoopers Way, Torrington, Devon.

 

Interests:    Councillor M Brown declared a personal interest – dual hatted – Gt. Torrington Town Council

 

Officer recommendation:    Grant Subject to a Legal Agreement

 

 

The planning application had been called in for consideration by Plans Committee by Councillor Cottle-Hunkin if recommended for approval, for the following reasons:

 

“It is vital that Condition 12 is neither removed nor varied and the details must be provided upfront as soon as possible”.

 

Condition 12 asks for essential information which must be included.   Of particular concern is information regarding the sewers, drains and access.   Public foul drainage was raised as a concern by South West Water back in 2015 when the initial application as made.  They said they were not satisfied with it back then and nothing has changed.   Highways also talked about surface water issues in the initial application.  Access to the site is also a major worry in terms of community safety for both the site in question and the housing estate and residents surrounding it.

 

Prior to the presentation of the report the Planning Officer gave the following update:

 

·         17 additional letters of objection

 

·         A Petition of 54 signatures

 

·         Email from Councillor Cottle-Hunkin outlining her concerns

 

·         Condition 17 on the original permission had been replicated on this report as Condition 17

 

The Planning Officer presented the report and advised Members of the main planning considerations.

 

The Committee requested clarification on the difference between the original Condition 12 and the proposal before Committee.   The Planning Officer explained that Devon County Highways had requested details be submitted prior to the commencement of any works on the site.  In this instance the Highways Officer felt it would be important to have as part of the Reserved Matters application.  It had been made clear in the Condition that it is pre-commencement.

 

The Devon County Highways Officer addressed the meeting.

 

To allay any misunderstandings with regard to the application, the Development Manager emphasised it is purely just changing the submission  and nothing else.

 

It was proposed by Councillor Watson and seconded by Councillor Wiseman  that the application be approved and a recorded vote was taken.

 

 

Councillor

For

Against

Abstain

Cllr C Leather

X

 

 

Cllr M Brown

X

 

 

Cllr R Boughton

X

 

 

Cllr P Christie

X

 

 

Cllr R Craigie

X

 

 

Cllr R Lock

X

 

 

Cllr D McGeough

X

 

 

Cllr P Watson

X

 

 

Cllr R Wiseman

X

 

 

 

(Vote:  For – Unanimous)

 

The motion was carried.

 

RESOLVED:

 

That the application be Granted subject to the conditions as set out in the report.

 

 

Mr A Freeland addressed the Committee objecting to the application.

57f

PM Session

To commence at 2pm

Minutes:

The afternoon session commenced at 2pm

 

 

Councillor McGeough left the meeting at 13.50 following the morning session.

57g

Application No. 1/0669/2019/FUL pdf icon PDF 230 KB

Proposed conversion of redundant pool/spa building into two dwellings - Barton Court, Buckland Brewer, Bideford

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The following Councillors attended the site visit:

 

Councillors C Leather, M Brown, R Boughton, R Craigie, R Lock,

D McGeough, P Watson and R Wiseman

 

 

Application No. 1/0669/2019/FUL  -  Proposed conversion of redundant pool/spa building into two dwellings - Barton Court, Buckland Brewer, Bideford.

 

Interests:    None

 

Officer recommendation:    Grant

 

 

The planning application had been called into Plans Committee by both Councillor Hicks and Councillor Pennington for the following reasons:

 

Councillor Pennington –

 

“Concerns over highways have been raised.   The DCCHW report appears not to have looked in detail on the road access.   I request the Planning Committee to look at i) the access onto Barton Road and ii) is there any significant increase in traffic movements”.

 

Councillor Hicks –

 

1.    Highways.  Barton Road is narrow without passing bays and visibility is bad.

2.    Removal of good quality holiday complex

 

 

The Planning Officer presented the report and advised Members of the main planning considerations.

 

It was acknowledged by Members that the site visit had been extremely helpful in assisting them to determine the application.

 

During the brief discussion that followed, Members expressed support for the application and raised no concerns with regard to the impact of the development on highways.

 

It was proposed by Councillor Watson and seconded by Councillor Lock that the application be approved and a recorded vote was taken.

 

 

Councillor

For

Against

Abstain

Cllr C Leather

X

 

 

Cllr M Brown

X

 

 

Cllr R Boughton

X

 

 

Cllr P Christie

X

 

 

Cllr R Craigie

X

 

 

Cllr R Lock

X

 

 

Cllr D McGeough

 

 

 

Cllr P Watson

X

 

 

Cllr R Wiseman

X

 

 

 

(Vote:  For – Unanimous)

 

The motion was carried.

 

RESOLVED:

 

That the application be Granted subject to the conditions as set out in the report.

 

 

The comments made by the speakers were in relation to this application and application 1/0639/2019/FUL

 

Mrs Joy Way addressed the Committee in support of the applications

Margaret Lloyd addressed the Committee objecting to the applications

Mr A Hewitt, on behalf of Buckland Brewer Parish Council, addressed the Committee objecting to the application

Councillor P Pennington, Ward Member, addressed the Committee

57h

Application No. 1/0639/2019/FUL pdf icon PDF 220 KB

Proposed sub-division of single dwelling to three dwellings (Amended Red Edge) - Barton Court, Buckland Brewer, Bideford

Minutes:

The following Councillors attended the site visit:

 

Councillors C Leather, M Brown, R Boughton, R Craigie, R Lock,

D McGeough, P Watson and R Wiseman

 

 

Application No. 1/0669/2019/FUL  -  Proposed conversion of redundant pool/spa building into two dwellings - Barton Court, Buckland Brewer, Bideford.

 

Interests:    None

 

Officer recommendation:    Grant

 

 

The planning application had been called into Plans Committee by both Councillor Hicks and Councillor Pennington for the following reasons:

 

Councillor Pennington –

 

“Concerns over highways have been raised.   The DCCHW report appears not to have looked in detail on the road access.   I request the Planning Committee to look at i) the access onto Barton Road and ii) is there any significant increase in traffic movements”.

 

Councillor Hicks –

 

1.    Highways.  Barton Road is narrow without passing bays and visibility is bad.

2.    Removal of good quality holiday complex

 

 

The Planning Officer presented the report and advised Members of the main planning considerations.

 

Following a brief discussion it was proposed by Councillor Watson and seconded by Councillor Brown that the application be approved and a recorded vote was taken.

 

Councillor

For

Against

Abstain

Cllr C Leather

X

 

 

Cllr M Brown

X

 

 

Cllr R Boughton

X

 

 

Cllr P Christie

X

 

 

Cllr R Craigie

X

 

 

Cllr R Lock

X

 

 

Cllr D McGeough

 

 

 

Cllr P Watson

X

 

 

Cllr R Wiseman

X

 

 

 

(Vote:  For – Unanimous)

 

The motion was carried.

 

RESOLVED:

 

That the application be Granted subject to the conditions as set out in the report.

 

57i

Application No. 1/0617/2019/FUL pdf icon PDF 183 KB

Retrospective application for the erection of decking. - 4 Devonshire Park, Bideford, Devon

Minutes:

The following Councillors attended the site visit:

 

Councillors C Leather, M Brown, R Boughton, R Craigie, P Christie, R Lock,

D McGeough, P Watson and R Wiseman

 

 

Application No. 1/0617/2019/FUL  -  Retrospective application for the erection of decking. - 4 Devonshire Park, Bideford, Devon

 

Interests:    Councillor Christie declared a personal interest – dual hatted – Bideford Town Council

 

Officer recommendation:    Grant

 

 

The planning application had been called into Plans Committee by Councillor Brenton for the following reasons:

 

“Too close to No. 6 Devonshire Park

Too large a scale of decking for this estate”

 

 

Councillor Brenton addressed the meeting as Ward Member and highlighted the need for the Authority to produce a Proximity Policy.

 

The Development Manager presented the report and advised Members of the main planning considerations.

 

When discussing the application, Members raised the following concerns:

 

·         Impact on the neighbouring property

·         The close proximity to the neighbours property – unable to gain access to maintain the wall

·         Overbearing

·         A number of the issues raised were civil matters and not planning issues

 

Members stated that although they had every sympathy for the owners of the neighbouring property, decisions had to be made under planning rules and regulations.

 

it was proposed by Councillor Leather and seconded by Councillor Watson that the application be approved and a recorded vote was taken.

 

Councillor

For

Against

Abstain

Cllr C Leather

X

 

 

Cllr M Brown

X

 

Cllr R Boughton

X

 

 

Cllr P Christie

X

 

Cllr R Craigie

X

 

 

Cllr R Lock

X

 

 

Cllr D McGeough

 

 

 

Cllr P Watson

X

 

 

Cllr R Wiseman

X

 

 

 

(Vote:  For 6, Against 2)

 

The motion was carried.

 

RESOLVED:

 

That the application be Granted subject to the condition as stated in the report.

 

 

Councillor Brenton, Ward Member, addressed the Committee.

57j

Application No. 1/0711/2019/FUL pdf icon PDF 213 KB

Removal of existing roof and replacement to create loft conversion, and rearrangement of extraction flue on rear elevation. - Atlantic Bay Fish & Chips, Golf Links Road, Westward Ho!

Minutes:

The following Councillors attended the site visit:

 

Councillors C Leather, M Brown, R Boughton, R Craigie, P Christie, R Lock,

D McGeough, P Watson and R Wiseman

 

 

Application No. 1/0711/2019/FUL -  Removal of existing roof and replacement to create loft conversion, and rearrangement of extraction flue on rear elevation. - Atlantic Bay Fish & Chips, Golf Links Road, Westward Ho!.

 

Interests:    None

 

Officer recommendation:    Refuse

 

 

The planning application had been called into Plans Committee by Councillor Laws for the following reasons:

 

“The ground floor of the property was granted planning permission and the works carried out to a very high standard and the street scene much improved (reference to Policy DM04).   The owners now wish to improve their living accommodation above in the same contemporary style given the variety of different roof profiles including the wave roofs of the nearby flats one with a roof garden and many with flat roofs around the green.   I cannot see any good reason to refuse, I think their contemporary design proposal will only further complement the works they have already carried out”.

 

 

The Planning Officer presented the report and advised Members of the main planning considerations and the reasoning for the recommendation of refusal.

 

When debating this application the consensus of opinion from Members was that there would be no detrimental impact on the visual character of the surrounding area, due to there being various different roof styles in Westward Ho!

 

It became evident during the discussions that Members were minded to grant the application, and Councillor Lock recommended  the following reasons for approval:

 

“The design is acceptable in accordance with Policies ST04, DM01, DM04, NPPF Paragraph 12, 127a and 127b, Policies ST14 and DM05”.

 

The Development Manager suggested two conditions, namely the standard time and plans conditions.

 

it was proposed by Councillor Lock and seconded by Councillor Watson that the application be approved and a recorded vote was taken.

 

 

Councillor

For

Against

Abstain

Cllr C Leather

X

 

 

Cllr M Brown

X

 

Cllr R Boughton

X

 

 

Cllr P Christie

X

 

Cllr R Craigie

X

 

 

Cllr R Lock

X

 

 

Cllr D McGeough

 

 

 

Cllr P Watson

X

 

 

Cllr R Wiseman

X

 

 

(Vote:  For 6, Against 2)

 

The motion was carried.

 

RESOLVED:

 

That the application be Granted subject to the condition as stated above.

 

Mr J Watts addressed the Committee in support of the application

Councillor Laws, Ward Member, addressed the Committee

 

 

58.

Planning Decisions pdf icon PDF 99 KB

List of Delegated Planning Decisions, Consultee Abbreviations and Application Types enclosed 19 September 2019 to 24 October 2019.

 

 

Minutes:

RESOLVED

 

That the Planning decisions for the period 19 September 2019 to 24 October 2019 be noted.