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Contact: Sandra Cawsey  Email: sandra.cawsey@torridge.gov.uk

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64.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 154 KB

To receive the Minutes from the meeting held on 7 October 2021.

Minutes:

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

 

Resolved:

 

That the Minutes of the meeting held on 7 October 2021 be agreed as a correct record.

 

A recorded vote was taken.

 

Councillor

For

Against

Abstain

Cllr R Boughton

X

 

Cllr M Brown

X

 

 

Cllr P Christie

X

 

 

Cllr R Craigie

X

 

Cllr C Leather

X

 

Cllr R Lock

X

 

 

Cllr D McGeough

 

 

X

Cllr P Watson

X

 

 

Cllr R Wiseman

 

 

X

 

(Vote: For 7, Abstentions 2)

 

65.

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.

 

66.

Agreement of Agenda between Parts I and II

Minutes:

That the Agenda as circulated be agreed.

 

67.

Urgent Matters

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

Minutes:

There were no urgent matter brought forward.

68.

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.

 

69.

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 stated it is expected that all who attend the meeting allow the Planning Officers to give a fair and uninterrupted presentation of an application and asked that respect be shown to the speakers and Plans Committee Members, even if their views differed.

 

69a

Application No. 1/0249/2021/FULM pdf icon PDF 596 KB

Proposed 42MW photovoltaic (PV) solar farm, all ancillary grid infrastructure and associated works (Additional and amended information) - Land At Monks Farm And Trelana, Pyworthy, Holsworthy

Minutes:

 

The following Councillors had attended the site visit listed below:

 

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

P Watson and R Wiseman

 

 

Application No.1/0249/2021/FULM - Proposed 42MW photovoltaic (PV) solar farm, all ancillary grid infrastructure and associated works (Additional and amended information) - Land at Monks Farm And Trelana, Pyworthy, Holsworthy

 

Interests:  None

 

Officer recommendation:  Grant

 

 

The planning application had been called into Plans Committee by Councillor Hepple should the recommendation be to approve.  The reason for call-in is as follows:

 

“Detrimental visual impact and the cumulative effect the development could have on the character of the neighbourhood.   (The sheer size of the proposed development warrants all residents within Pyworthy and nearby be granted ample time to consider the proposal & to voice their opinions/views).”

 

 

Prior to the presentation the Committee were informed of the following updates:

 

Additional seven letters of representation objecting to the application and a further two letters in support of the application

 

Amendment to each of the following plans numbers – “0” had been omitted:

 

NEO00738_021_A (previously 201_A)

NEO00778_0731_A (previously 731_A)

NEO00738_0841_A (previously 841_A)

NEO00738_0851_a_Figure_A REV A (previously 851_a_Figure_A REV A)

 

To remove Plan No. NEO00739/0631/A

 

Condition 3 to read – “When the land ceases to be used as a photovoltaic park …”

 

Condition 8: Should refer to Condition 4 and not Condition 3

 

Condition 10: Outline Construction Environmental Management Plan dated 1st March 2021 not 2020.

 

Condition 14: ‘…approved Tree Protection Plan and Arboricultural Assessment to include - (prepared by Neo Environmental dated 1st March 2021)…’

 

Condition 15: Amended to include the following wording ‘… set out in the Ecological Impact Assessment prepared by Neo Environmental received 26th May 2021, including the Biodiversity Management Plan and Net Gain Assessment (dated 21st May 2021).

 

Condition 17: ‘… and such as to ensure that overlooking or a loss of privacy to neighbouring occupiers does not result.’

 

At the request of the Highways Officer an additional condition to be added as follows:

 

Addition Condition 19: Prior to the commencement of any other part of the development hereby approved, the passing places shown on drawing nos. NEO00738_0821_A, NEO00738_0831_A and NEO00738_0841_A shall be constructed on site in their entirety.

 

Reason: This is a pre-commencement condition which is imposed to ensure that the Local Planning Authority issatisfied with the impact of the construction traffic generated by the development on the local road network.  Failure to provide this information prior to works commencing on site could lead to an adverse impact on highway safety.

 

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

 

Councillor Leather clarified that Members of the Plans Committee had independently visited the site.

 

When debating the application, Members raised the following concerns/issues:

 

·         Areas for solar farms are limited because they must be in close proximity to a substation. 

 

·         A considerable loss of agricultural land and the land classifications on which the large scale proposal, if granted, will be developed

 

·         Responses from Consultees and  ...  view the full minutes text for item 69a

69b

Application No. 1/0983/2021/FUL pdf icon PDF 211 KB

Conversion of residential dwelling and annexe to 8no. 1-bed supported-living units with ancillary staff facilities and associated works - Brunswick House, Torridge Hill, Bideford.

Minutes:

Application No.1/0983/2021/FUL - Conversion of residential dwelling and annexe to 8 no. 1-bed supported-living units with ancillary staff facilities and associated works - Brunswick House, Torridge Hill, Bideford

 

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 Bushby for the following reasons:

 

“The reason is the conversion to eight number single occupancy living.  This is an HMO in my opinion and if consented could be used as such at any time.  We have too high a concentration of this type of accommodation already which is having a detrimental effect on the amenity of the area”.

 

 

Prior to the presentation the Committee were informed of the following update:

 

·         An additional letter of support received

 

 

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

 

It was proposed by Councillor Christie, seconded by Councillor Watson that the application be approved. 

 

A recorded vote was taken.

 

Councillor

For

Against

Abstain

Cllr R Boughton

X

 

Cllr M Brown

X

 

 

Cllr P Christie

X

 

 

Cllr R Craigie

X

 

Cllr C Leather

X

 

Cllr R Lock

X

 

 

Cllr D McGeough

X

 

Cllr P Watson

X

 

 

Cllr R Wiseman

X

 

 

 

(Vote:   For – Unanimous)

 

RESOLVED:

 

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

 

Lorelie Davies, Agent, addressed the Committee in support of the application.

 

69c

Application No. 1/0509/2021/REM pdf icon PDF 277 KB

Reserved matters application for access, appearance, landscaping, layout & scale pursuant to outline planning permission 1/0702/2017/OUT - Car park and associated access, landscaping and ancillary infrastructure. (Amended plans) - Land Off Caddywell Lane, Torrington, Devon

Minutes:

The following Councillors had attended the virtual site visit listed below:

 

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

P Watson and R Wiseman

 

 

 

Application No.1/0509/2021/REM - Reserved matters application for access, appearance, landscaping, layout & scale pursuant to outline planning permission 1/0702/2017/OUT - Car park and associated access, landscaping and ancillary infrastructure. (Amended plans) - Land Off Caddywell Lane, Torrington, Devon

 

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

 

Officer recommendation:   Grant

 

 

The planning application had been called into Plans Committee by the Ward Member Councillor Brown for the following reason:

 

“For Committee to consider impact on amenity overlooking”.

 

 

Prior to the presentation the Committee were informed of the following updates:

 

An additional two representations received.   The second representation had also been received by Members of Plans Committee.  Clarification was given on the suggestion made in the representation that the Outline application had expired on 28 June this year – that is correct in so far as the permission was granted 2018.  However, the conditions on the Outline either require development within three years or the submission of a reserved matters application - this application had been received May 2021 and is therefore a valid application.

 

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

 

Councillor Brown raised highway safety concerns regarding vehicles and pedestrians using Caddywell Lane.  The Devon County Highways Officer responded as follows:

 

·         Confirmation that there will be a 2m footway on either side of the road

·         New junction to be built before the new car park access

·         Will be 5.5 m road with two-way traffic

 

During the debate the following issues were raised:

 

Councillor Brown mentioned that the proposal at present is for school use, but parents are saying they are not prepared to use it and the lights in the car park will be detrimental to the local residents.

 

Maintenance of the trees and wildflower meadow – there is a requirement in the S106 that it will be a Management Company or residents of the housing development. 

 

S106 Agreement – Ward Members to be consulted.  The Development Manager explained that as the Outline application had been refused, Officers did not engage with Members, it was done outside the normal planning process.  The application went to appeal so the onus was on the appellant to prepare the S106 Agreement.  

 

Surface of the car park to be gravel not grass – this had been approved at Outline stage.

 

Surface water drainage – details are required prior to commencement of the development.

 

Councillor Leather was concerned that details of conditions, drainage etc. on the Outline application were not on this Reserved Matters application – to make a proper judgement Members need to have full details for consideration.  The Planning Manager advised that to refuse the application for drainage would be unreasonable.

 

The Planning Manager, Development Manager and the Devon County Highways Officer addressed Members concerns.

 

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69d

Application No. 1/0957/2021/FUL pdf icon PDF 175 KB

Change of use from agricultural field to dog exercise field and equestrian grazing - Land At Grid Reference 245265 130328, Burrows Lane, Appledore

Minutes:

Application No.1/0957/2021/FUL - Change of use from agricultural field to dog exercise field and equestrian grazing - Land At Grid Reference 245265 130328, Burrows Lane, Appledore

 

Interests:   None

 

Officer recommendation:  Grant

 

 

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

 

1.    Adverse visual impact on undeveloped coast from parking and possible buildings related to running the proposed facility.   Ref LP ST09 (7) and DM08a, NPPF para 174c.

2.    No strong evidence has been produced under LP Policy ST14(e) that the proposal will “foster the social and economic well-being of the area” especially given the continued popular use for dog walking of the adjacent Northam Burrows.

3.    The facility could “reasonably be located elsewhere” and not in the undeveloped coast.  Policy ST09(7).

4.    Detract from setting and special qualities of the AONB.  Policy ST14 and DM08a.

5.    Adverse impact of vehicles entering and exiting the dog walking site from and in to narrow busy Burrows Lane.  Policy DM05.

6.    Adverse impact on neighbouring residents’ amenity from noise of dogs barking.  Policy DM01.

7.    Loss of agricultural land.

 

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

 

During the debate the primary concern raised by Members was the access onto the site.   When exiting the site and having to leave the vehicle to lock the gate, the vehicle would be extending onto the lane.

 

Councillor McGeough recommended an additional condition be imposed, namely that the access gate be moved back 3m off the lane and the wording of the condition be delegated to Officers in conjunction with the Chair and Vice Chair. 

 

It was proposed by Councillor Leather, seconded by Councillor Watson that the application be approved.     

 

A recorded vote was taken.

 

Councillor

For

Against

Abstain

Cllr R Boughton

X

 

Cllr M Brown

X

 

 

Cllr P Christie

X

 

 

Cllr R Craigie

X

 

Cllr C Leather

X

 

Cllr R Lock

X

 

 

Cllr D McGeough

X

 

Cllr P Watson

X

 

 

Cllr R Wiseman

X

 

 

 

(Vote:   For – Unanimous)

 

RESOLVED:

 

That the application be Granted subject to the conditions as set out in the report and an additional condition as stated above with the wording of that condition being delegated to Officers in conjunction with the Chair and Vice Chair.

 

 

The Planning Manager read out a statement received from the Applicant, Helen Wise

Councillor Hames, Ward Member, addressed the Committee

 

69e

Application No. 1/0944/2021/LA pdf icon PDF 182 KB

Replacement of fixed glazing on first floor east elevation, creation of new opening and installation of window on first floor south elevation (Affecting a Public Right of Way) - Torridge District Council, Riverbank House, Bideford

Minutes:

Application No. 1/0944/2021/LA - Replacement of fixed glazing on first floor east elevation, creation of new opening and installation of window on first floor south elevation (Affecting a Public Right of Way) - Torridge District Council, Riverbank House, Bideford

 

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

 

Officer recommendation:  Grant

 

 

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

 

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

 

It was proposed by Councillor Watson, seconded by Councillor Lock that the application be approved.    

 

A recorded vote was taken.

 

Councillor

For

Against

Abstain

Cllr R Boughton

X

 

Cllr M Brown

X

 

 

Cllr P Christie

X

 

 

Cllr R Craigie

X

 

Cllr C Leather

X

 

Cllr R Lock

X

 

 

Cllr D McGeough

X

 

Cllr P Watson

X

 

 

Cllr R Wiseman

X

 

 

 

(Vote:   For – Unanimous)

 

RESOLVED:

 

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

 

 

The meeting commenced at 9.30am and closed at 14.20pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plans Committee MEETING

 

Caddsdown Business Support Centre, Clovelly Road, Bideford

 

Friday, 5 November 2021 - 9.30 am

 

 

PRESENT

Councillor C Leather (Chair)

 

Councillor M Brown (Vice-Chair)

 

Councillors R Boughton, P Christie, R Craigie, R Lock, D McGeough, P Watson and R Wiseman

 

 

ALSO PRESENT

 S Dorey

 

-   Head of Legal & Governance (Monitoring Officer)

 

S Harrington

T Blackmore

J Jackson

M Newcombe

S Cawsey

 

-   Planning Manager

-   Development Management Team Leader

-   Principal Planning Officer

-   Devon County Highways Officer

-   Democratic Serviced Officer

 

 

 

 

69f

Application No. 1/0521/2021/FULM pdf icon PDF 12 KB

Outline application with all matters reserved for up to 300 dwellings with associated infrastructure and public open space (Variation of conditions 1 (the reserved matters), 11 (highways) and 18 (contamination) of planning approval 1/0626/2017/OUTM) - Land At Manteo Way , Alverdiscott Road, East The Water

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Application No. 1/0521/2021/FULM - Outline application with all matters reserved for up to 300 dwellings with associated infrastructure and public open space (Variation of conditions 1 (the reserved matters), 11 (highways) and 18 (contamination) of planning approval 1/0626/2017/OUTM) - Land At Manteo Way , Alverdiscott Road, East The Water

 

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

 

Officer recommendation:  Grant

 

 

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

 

The Principal Planning Officer presented the report and advised Members of the main planning considerations.  It was explained to the Committee that this is an application under Section 73 of Town & Country Planning Act which allows for Conditions on an extant application to be varied or removed.  If Members were minded to Grant the application it would result in a new planning permission being issued. 

 

The Principal Planning Officer referred to the explanatory note attached to the Agenda which explained the relationship between this application, application 1/0523/2021/REMM and the existing planning permission relating to the site.

 

Variations sought through Section 73 are the following three conditions on the original application:

 

·         Condition requiring reserved matters to be submitted and approved by the Local Planning Authority prior to development commencing

·         Highways related condition

·         Contamination condition

 

The alteration of the wording is effectively to ensure that they do not apply to the whole of the site as Devonshire Homes are looking to acquire land on the eastern side only with no interest on the western side.  The original Outline application applies to both parts of the land.

 

Matters of interest/issues raised during the debate included:

 

Hedgerows along Manteo Way – Devon County Highways Officer confirmed the hedgerows along the frontage will be retained, except for the creation of the access.  Regarding maintenance of the hedgerows, they will be maintained as part of the landscaping scheme - the Developer to maintain until the end of the development and will then be transferred to the Management Company.  Following an enquiry from Councillor Christie regarding the planting of trees on the wide area of grass in front of the hedgerows, the Highways Officer said that provided Devon County Council maintain and adopt that area it will be a matter for discussion.

 

It was proposed by Councillor Christie, seconded by Councillor Watson that the application be approved.

 

A recorded vote was taken.

 

Councillor

For

Against

Abstain

Cllr R Boughton

X

 

Cllr M Brown

X

 

 

Cllr P Christie

X

 

 

Cllr R Craigie

X

 

Cllr C Leather

X

 

Cllr R Lock

X

 

 

Cllr D McGeough

X

 

Cllr P Watson

X

 

 

Cllr R Wiseman

X

 

 

 

(Vote:   For – Unanimous)

 

RESOLVED:

 

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

 

 

Mr Ian Roach, Agent, addressed the Committee in support of this application and application 1/0523/2021/REMM.

Mr Ian Palfrey, Applicant, addressed the Committee in support of this application and application 1/0523/2021/REMM.

 

69g

Application No. 1/0523/2021/REMM pdf icon PDF 386 KB

Reserved matters application for access, appearance, landscaping, layout & scale pursuant to planning approval 1/0626/2017/OUTM - Land At Manteo Way , East The Water, Devon

Minutes:

The following Councillors had attended the site visit listed below:

 

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

P Watson and R Wiseman

 

 

Application No.1/0523/2021/REMM - Reserved matters application for access, appearance, landscaping, layout & scale pursuant to planning approval 1/0626/2017/OUTM - Land At Manteo Way, East The Water, Devon

 

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

 

Officer recommendation:  Grant

 

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

 

Prior to the presentation the Committee were informed of the following update:

 

An additional Condition 9 to cover external lighting on the footpaths throughout the site.   Wording to be delegated to Officers in conjunction with Chair and Vice Chair of Plans Committee.

 

The Principal Planning Officer presented the report and advised Members of the main planning considerations.  As on the previous application clarification was given regarding the relationship of the two applications and the existing planning permission relating to the site.

 

Councillor Christie asked if a Geographical survey of the site had been carried out. The Principal Planning Officer confirmed this had been undertaken as part of the original Outline application.

 

Councillor Craigie also spoke on behalf of Councillor McKenzie, both are Ward Members who expressed strong concerns regarding the following:

 

·         That here should be two accesses onto the site.  Other Plans Committee Members also had concerns with a single access.   This matter was addressed by the Devon County Highways Officer who explained the reasons as to why there is only one access. There is a second pedestrian access.  The Developer had cited a number of other sites in the area where there is a single access – there has to be consistency.  If recommended refusal it would be difficult to defend at appeal.

 

·         The S106 monies going to west of the water and not East.  There is a desperate need for play equipment at East the Water.

 

The Principal Planning Officer explained that the S106 attached to the original Outline application had a contribution of £75,000 for the skatepark, this had now been delivered and is not now CIL compliance.  What is now proposed is to use the monies for highway improvement works within the vicinity of the development.  This matter to be discussed with Devon County Highways. Other contributions do relate to the development and will be spent in East the Water.  The Principal Planning Officer confirmed he would consult with the three Ward Members regarding the reallocation contribution.

 

Further concerns raised included:

 

·         A condition included on the original committee report but not included on the decision notice.   Should that be included on this report?  Officers do not have the ability to add conditions again, this application is to vary the wording on the three conditions.

 

·         Members asked that the applicants discuss with Highways the possibility of an emergency access

 

·         Play provision/green space – no playing fields. 

 

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69h

Application No. 1/0987/2021/FUL pdf icon PDF 241 KB

Retrospective application for temporary covered seating canopy - Land Adjacent Quay 22, 22 The Quay, Bideford

Minutes:

Application No. 1/0987/2021/FUL - Retrospective application for temporary covered seating canopy - Land Adjacent Quay 22, 22 The Quay, Bideford

 

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

Councillor McGeough declared a personal interest – Officially opened the business when Mayor of Bideford

 

Officer recommendation:  Grant

 

 

The planning application had been referred to Plans Committee due to Torridge District Council retaining an interest in the land.

 

Prior to the presentation the Committee were informed of the following update:

 

·         An additional representation in support of the application

 

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

 

Councillor Christie said he had been Chair of Bideford Bridge Trust for the past twelve months and was currently acting Chair, but having taken legal advice he had been advised he could speak on this application.

 

Councillor Christie gave reasons as to why he was opposed to the application, namely:

 

·         Under Covid Regulations, the Government had said a temporary canopy can be put up, this is a permanent structure.

·         The structure had been bolted to the building belonging to Bideford Bridge Trust who had to instruct the applicants to remove it.

·         A number of serious complaints had been received from the neighbouring shop.

·         The canopy and the benches (which are bolted to the ground) are being used by late night drinkers causing issues for the tenants living above the café.

 

When debating the application Members raised the following points:

 

·         Sympathy for the applicants

·         Wanting to support economy

·         Concern that the applicants would be looking to keep the canopy as a permanent structure

·         Table and Chairs bolted to the ground causing a disturbance at night

 

The Planning Manager gave advice throughout the debate.

 

Councillor McGeough proposed the following :

 

An amendment to condition 1 to allow for the development to be removed from the site within 24 months and not 12 months as recommended

 

An additional condition to be imposed namely to remove all outside furniture at 5pm each night.  The Planning Manager advised that as an alternative to an additional condition, Condition 2 be amended to include the following wording: 

 

“…….. and all seating/tables must be removed after 1700 hours”.

 

Following further discussion, it was agreed that the hours be changed from 09.00 and 17.00 hours.

 

It was proposed by Councillor McGeough, seconded by Councillor Craigie that the application be approved subject to the amendments as stated above.

 

A recorded vote was taken.

 

Councillor

For

Against

Abstain

Cllr R Boughton

X

 

Cllr M Brown

X

 

 

Cllr P Christie

 

X

 

Cllr R Craigie

X

 

Cllr C Leather

X

 

Cllr R Lock

X

 

 

Cllr D McGeough

X

 

Cllr P Watson

X

 

 

Cllr R Wiseman

X

 

 

 

(Vote:   For 8, Against 1)

 

RESOLVED:

 

That the application be Granted subject to amendments to Conditions 1 and 2 as set out in the report.

 

The Planning Manager read out a statement received from Councillor Bushby.

J Cowling, applicant, addressed the Committee in support of the application

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70.

Appeal Decisions Summary

There are no Appeal Decisions

Minutes:

There were no Appeal Decisions.

 

71.

Costs on Appeals

There are no Costs on Appeals

Minutes:

There were no Costs on Appeals.

72.

Delegated Decisions - AGMB Applications pdf icon PDF 241 KB

AGMB Decisions 24 September 2021 – 21 October 2021

Minutes:

The Committee noted the Delegated Decisions between 24 September 2021 – 21 October 2021.

 

73.

Planning Decisions pdf icon PDF 89 KB

List of Delegated Planning Decisions, Consultee Abbreviations and Application Types enclosed 24 September 2021 to 21 October 2021.

 

 

Minutes:

RESOLVED

 

That the Planning decisions for the period 24 September 2021 to 21 October 2021 be noted.