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Planning Committee
15 Dec 2020 - 18:30 to 20:30
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To confirm the minutes of the meeting of the Planning Committee held on the 17 November 2020

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RESOLVED: that the minutes of the Planning Committee held on 17 November 2020 be approved and signed by the Chairman

2 Apologies

To receive any apologies for non-attendance.

96

There were no apologies

3 Declarations of Interest

To receive any declarations of interest.

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The Planning Solicitor declared an interest in application 20/00788/44 and took no part in supporting the committee for consideration of this item

Report of Development Management Team Manager

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The Committee received the report of the Development Management Team Manager, together with information and details received after the agenda was prepared.

19/00912/OUT – GREAT CHATWELL POULTRY PREMISES, GREAT CHATWELL, NEWPORT, TF10 9BJ - APPLICANT – AMBER REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS (AGRICULTURE) LTD – PARISH – BLYMHILL & WESTON UNDER LIZARD

Mrs Cathy O’Toole (Pegasus Group Agent) spoke in support of the application and on behalf of Philip Delaloye, Parish Clerk and David Maddocks, Chairman of Blymhill and Weston under Lizard Parish Council. 

A statement against the application was read out by the Corporate Director, Planning and Infrastructure, on behalf of and supplied by Dave Hayward (against).

Councillor B Cox as local member did not support the recommendation for refusal.  He believed the development would enable Great Chatwell to be a vibrant and sustainable village.

Councillor B Cope believed the development which included affordable houses would enable young people to continue to live there but wanted the Planning Committee to have opportunity to consider the design.

The Lead Planning Manager confirmed that the application was for outline permission and elements including design, would be the subject of future application.

Councillor Ford supported the development as promoting sustainable village life.   

Councillor Cox proposed a motion for deferral to allow time for further consideration.

Councillor Allen seconded the motion.

The motion was defeated.

RESOLVED: that the application be REFUSED on the grounds contained in the Planning Officers report.

20/00613/FUL - THE PADDOCK, ANVIL PARK, BURSNIPS ROAD, ESSINGTON, WOLVERHAMPTON, WV11 2RD – APPLICANT – MR SHANE CLEE – PARISH – ESSINGTON

A statement in support of the application was read out by the Corporate Director, Planning and Infrastructure, on behalf of and supplied by Michael Hargreaves (agent).

Councillors Fisher and Steele as local members raised no objection.

RESOLVED: that the application be APPROVED subject to the conditions contained in the Planning Officers Report.

20/00788/FUL – 18 HILLBORO RISE, KINVER, STOURBRIDGE, DY7 6BS - APPLICANT – SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE HOUSING ASSOCIATION – PARISH - KINVER

Lesley Birch spoke in support of the application.

A statement against the application was read out by the Corporate Director, Planning and Infrastructure, on behalf of and supplied by Kath Howl.

Councillor L Hingley as local member did not support the application.  She shared local residents concern about loss of parking if the application was approved.

Staffordshire County Council’s Senior Highways Engineer explained that although the site of the application had been used for local residents to park, this had been a goodwill gesture on the part of the Housing Association and not a legal right.  It was regrettable that there was insufficient off road parking but this did not affect determination of the application.

Councillor Hingley proposed a motion to refuse the application as it adversely affected local resident’s amenity and contrary therefor to policy EQ9.

Councillor M Lawrence seconded the motion.

The motion was defeated.

RESOLVED: that the application be APPROVED subject to the conditions contained in the Planning Officers Report.

20/00809/FUL – HARROW COTTAGE, SCHOOL LANE, COVEN, WOLVERHAMPTON, WV9 5AN - APPLICANT – VICTORIA WILLIAMS – PARISH – BREWOOD AND COVEN

Councillor D Holmes supported the application.

RESOLVED: that the application be APPROVED subject to the conditions contained in the Planning Officers Report and to the following additional condition:

4. Notwithstanding the provisions of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015 (as amended), or any subsequent equivalent order, no development within the following classes of development shall be carried out to the dwelling, the subject of this approval, without the prior approval of the Local Planning Authority: 

e. Schedule 2, Part 1, Class E – garden buildings, enclosures, pool, oil or gas storage.

4. The site is within the Green Belt within which, in accordance with the planning policies in the adopted Core Strategy, there is a presumption against inappropriate development 

Report of the Lead Planning Manager

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The Committee received the report of the Lead Planning Manager informing the committee on key matters including training; changes that impact on National Policy; any recent appeal decisions; relevant planning enforcement cases (quarterly); and latest data produced by the Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government.

RESOLVED: that the Committee note the update report.

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