Agenda, decisions and minutes


Planning Committee
Thursday 30 May 2019 4.00 pm

Venue: Bodicote House, Bodicote, Banbury, OX15 4AA

Contact: Aaron Hetherington, Democratic and Elections  Email: aaron.hetherington@cherwellandsouthnorthants.gov.uk, 01295 227956

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3.

Declarations of Interest

Members are asked to declare any interest and the nature of that interest which they may have in any of the items under consideration at this meeting

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Minutes:

9. Ban 15 Land Adj M40  J11 And West  Of Daventry Road, Banbury.

Councillor Andrew Beere, Non Statutory Interest, as a member of Banbury Town Council which had been consulted on the application.

 

Councillor Barry Richards, Non Statutory Interest, as a member of Banbury Town Council which had been consulted on the application

 

Councillor Tony Ilott, Non Statutory Interest, as a member of Banbury Town Council which had been consulted on the application

 

10. Meadow Barn, Merton Road, Ambrosden, Bicester, OX25 2LZ.

Councillor Les Sibley, Non Statutory Interest, as a member of Bicester Town Council which had been consulted on the application

 

12. Broken Furrow, Warwick Road, Banbury, OX17 1HJ.

Councillor Andrew Beere, Non Statutory Interest, as a member of Banbury Town Council which had been consulted on the application

 

Councillor Barry Richards, Non Statutory Interest, as a member of Banbury Town Council which had been consulted on the application

 

Councillor Tony Ilott, Non Statutory Interest, as a member of Banbury Town Council which had been consulted on the application

 

13. Stone Pits, Hempton Road, Deddington, Banbury, OX15 0QH.

Councillor Mike Bishop, Declaration, as it was a family member's application and would therefore leave the Chamber for the duration of the item.

 

14. Heyford Park, Camp Road, Upper Heyford, Bicester, OX25 5HD.

Councillor Les Sibley, Non Statutory Interest, as a member of Bicester Town Council which had been consulted on the application

 

15. Premier Aggregates, Finmere Quarry, Banbury Road, Finmere, Buckingham, MK18 4AJ.

Councillor G A Reynolds, Declaration, as a member of Oxfordshire County Council Planning Committee and would therefore not vote on this application.

 

Councillor Mike Kerford-Byrnes, Declaration, as he lives by the application and would therefore leave the Chamber for the duration of the item..

 

16. Land To The Rear Of The Methodist Church, The Fairway, Banbury.

Councillor Andrew Beere, Non Statutory Interest, as a member of Banbury Town Council which had been consulted on the application

 

Councillor Barry Richards, Non Statutory Interest, as a member of Banbury Town Council which had been consulted on the application

 

Councillor Tony Ilott, Non Statutory Interest, as a member of Banbury Town Council which had been consulted on the application

 

Councillor G A Reynolds, Declaration, as a member of the Executive and would leave the chamber for the duration of the item

 

Councillor Ian Corkin, Declaration, as a member of the Executive and would leave the chamber for the duration of the item.

Councillor Lynn Pratt, Declaration, as a member of the Executive and would leave the chamber for the duration of the item

 

 

17. 36 - 37 Castle Quay, Banbury, OX16 5UN.

Councillor Andrew Beere, Non Statutory Interest, as a member of Banbury Town Council which had been consulted on the application

 

Councillor Barry Richards, Non Statutory Interest, as a member of Banbury Town Council which had been consulted on the application

 

Councillor Tony Ilott, Non Statutory Interest, as a member of Banbury Town Council which had been consulted on  ...  view the full minutes text for item 3.

4.

Requests to Address the Meeting

The Chairman to report on any requests to address the meeting.

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Minutes:

There were no requests to address the Committee. / The Chairman advised that requests to address the meeting would be dealt with at each item.

 

5.

Urgent Business

The Chairman to advise whether they have agreed to any item of urgent business being admitted to the agenda.

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Minutes:

There were no items of urgent business.

6.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 139 KB

To confirm as a correct record the Minutes of the meeting of the Committee held on 18 April 2019 and 14 May 2019.

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Minutes:

The Minutes of the meetings held on 18 April 2019 and 14 May 2019 were agreed as a correct record and signed by the Chairman.

7.

Chairman's Announcements

To receive communications from the Chairman.

 

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Minutes:

The Chairman made the following announcements:

 

1.    Under the Openness of Local Government Bodies Regulations 2014,members of the public were permitted to film, broadcast and report on the meeting, subject to the efficient running of the meeting not being affected.

 

2.    There will also be a session on Universal Credit, with representatives attending from the DWP. The session will be held on Wednesday 17 July, further details will be sent out in due course.

 

3.    The Chairman handed over to the Assistant Director Planning and Economy who informed the Committee of a Members workshop on the Cherwell Industrial Strategy which would be held on Tuesday 11 June in the Council Chamber.  The workshop would run from 6pm to 9pm and buffet style refreshments would be available from 5:30pm.

 

 

 

8.

Proposed Pre-Committee Site Visits (if any)

Report of Assistant Director - Planning and Economy

 

This will be circulated at the meeting.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Assistant Director of Planning and Economy submitted a report, which recommended that Planning Committee agree to hold a pre-Committee site visit for the following application. It was anticipated that this application would be brought before the Committee for determination at its next meeting

 

Application No.:

18/00904/F

Proposal:

Formation of inland waterways marina with ancillary facilities building, car parking, access and associated landscaping including the construction of a new lake.

Location:

Glebe Farm, Boddington Road, Claydon

Reason for the visit:

Major development which has received many objections from the local community.  It would be helpful for members of the Committee to see the application site and its environs first hand.

 

Resolved

 

(1)          That a site visit be arranged for application 18/00904/F on Thursday 20 June 2019.

 

19/00128/HYBRID

9.

Ban 15 Land Adj M40 J11 And West Of Daventry Road, Banbury pdf icon PDF 179 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Approved, subject to various requirements to be set out in the Minutes

Minutes:

The Committee considered application 19/00128/HYBRID which consisted of two parts:

Part A was a full planning application for the development of a new priority junction to the A361, internal roads and associated landscaping with two commercial buildings having a maximum floorspace of 33,110m2 and with a flexible use [to enable changes in accordance with Part 3 Class V of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015 (as amended)] within Class B2 or B8 of the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 as amended, and ancillary Class B1 offices; and

 

Part B an outline planning application for the development of up to two commercial buildings having a maximum floorspace of 16,890m2 and having a flexible use [to enable changes in accordance with Part 3 Class V of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015 (as amended)] within Class B2 or B8 of the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 as amended, and ancillary Class B1 offices, with all other matters reserved for future approval at Ban 15 Land Adj M40 J11 and west of Daventry Road, Banbury for Monte Blackburn Limited.

 

The Committee heard from two public speakers Malcolm Patterson from Wardington Parish Council in objection to the application and Matthew Wyatt the Agent in support of the application.

 

In reaching its decision the Committee considered the officer’s report and presentation, the written update and the comments of the public speakers.

 

Resolved

 

(1)       That authority be delegated to the Assistant Director for Planning and Economy to grant permission for application 19/00128/HYBRID subject to the satisfactory resolution of the comments and objections of Oxfordshire County Council in respect of drainage and the following conditions (and any additional conditions or amendments to conditions as deemed necessary):

           

            TIME LIMITS AND GENERAL IMPLEMENTATION CONDITIONS

 

Description of Development

  1. The development hereby permitted shall comprise Part A – a maximum floorspace of 33,110 sqm in 2no. buildings and Part B – a maximum floorspace of 16,890 sqm in up to 2no. buildings, to be utilised only for the purposes falling within Class B2 and B8 (with ancillary B1) of the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended) and in accordance with Part 3 Class V of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015 (as amended).

 

Reason – For the avoidance of doubt and to secure appropriate uses in accordance with Policy Banbury 15 of the Cherwell Local Plan 2011 – 2031 (Part 1). The application was submitted and considered on this basis, as were all significant environmental effects.

 

Statutory Time Limit (Part A - Full)

  1. The development to which the detailed permission relates shall be begun not later than the expiration of three years beginning with the date of this permission.

 

Reason - To comply with the provisions of Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, as amended by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.

 

Statutory Time Limit (Part B - Outline and Reserved  ...  view the full minutes text for item 9.

19/00055/F

10.

Meadow Barn, Merton Road, Ambrosden, Bicester, OX25 2LZ pdf icon PDF 132 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Deferred to allow representation of both objector and applicant.

Minutes:

The Committee considered application 19/00055/F for two new semi-detached dwellings and 1 detached dwelling with associated parking and gardens at Meadow Barn, Merton Road, Ambrosden, Bicester, OX25 2LX for Mr Rhys Oliver.

 

It was proposed by Councillor Macnamara and seconded by Councillor Billington that consideration of the application be deferred as the change of date of the meeting had restricted representation of interested parties to the application.

 

Resolved

 

That consideration of application 19/00055/F be deferred as the change of date of this planning committee meeting had restricted representation of interested parties to the application.

19/00423/F

11.

Middle Farm, Featherbed Lane, Mixbury, Brackley, NN13 5RN pdf icon PDF 120 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Refused, reasons to be set out in the minutes.

Minutes:

The Committee considered application 19/00423/F for the erection of six poultry rearing buildings and associated infrastructure at Middle Farm, Featherbead Lane, Mixbury, Brackley,NN13 5RN for PR and IC Rymer Limited.

 

Local Ward Member Councillor Barry Wood addressed the Committee in opposition to the application.

 

The Committee heard from two public speakers Peter Ryman the applicant and Ian Pick the Agent in support of the application.

 

It was proposed by Councillor Corkin and seconded by Councillor Heath that application 19/00423/F be refused contrary to the officers recommendation as the benefits did not outway harm and the application was contrary to the Local Plan.

 

In reaching its decision the Committee considered the officer’s report and presentation, the written update and the addresses of the Ward Member and the public speakers.

 

Resolved

 

That application 19/00423/F be refused for the following reasons:

 

1.               By virtue of its scale and siting, the proposal would result in significant and demonstrable harm to the character and appearance of the area, and harm to the landscape character of the area, the enjoyment of users of the nearby Public Right of Way and to the tranquillity of the area, and this harm significantly and demonstrably outweighs the need for the proposal and the benefits arising from the proposal, including the production of affordable food.  Diversification of the farm has already taken place and it has not been satisfactorily demonstrated that this scale of further diversification is needed in order to keep the farm business viable.  The proposal is therefore contrary to Policies ESD13 and ESD15 of the Cherwell Local Plan 2011-2031 Part 1 and saved Policies AG2, C8 and C28 of the Cherwell Local Plan 1996 and government guidance in the National Planning Policy Framework.

 

2.               By virtue of its scale and siting, the proposal would result in harm to the setting of the listed buildings at Middle Farm.  This harm which would be 'less than substantial' is not outweighed by public benefits arising from the proposal.  The proposal is therefore contrary to Policy ESD15 of the Cherwell Local Plan 2011-2031 Part 1 and government guidance in the National Planning Policy Framework, including paragraph 196.

 

18/01206/OUT

12.

Broken Furrow, Warwick Road, Banbury, OX17 1HJ pdf icon PDF 180 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Approved, subject to various requirements to be set out in the Minutes

Minutes:

The Committee considered application 18/01206/OUT an outline application for the development of up to 46 dwellings including the demolition of existing buildings, structures and associated infrastructure (all matters reserved except the means of access onto Warwick Road) at Broken Furrow, Warwick Road, Banbury, OX17 1HJ for MK1 Developments LLP.

 

In reaching its decision the Committee considered the officer’s report, presentation and the written update.

 

Resolved

 

(1)  That authority be delegated to the Assistant Director for Planning and Economy to grant permission for application 18/01206/OUT subject to the following conditions (and any amendments to those conditions as deemed necessary) and the completion of a Planning obligation under Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, as substituted by the Planning and Compensation Act 1991, to secure the following (and any amendments as deemed necessary):

 

a) Provision of at least 30% affordable housing on site

b) Provision of and commuted sum for maintenance of open space including open space, hedgerows, trees and attenuation features

c) Provision of and commuted sum for maintenance of equipped Local Area of Play

d) Off-site outdoor sports facilities provision – £92,782

e) Off-site indoor sports facilities – £38,497,55

f) Community hall facilities - £49,023.12

g) £106 per dwelling for bins

h) Provision of 2 new pedestrian accesses up to the boundary of the site and allow public access through these points

i) £1,428.57 per dwelling to sustain and enhance the local bus service

j) £1,869 per dwelling towards ‘east west strategic movements – Warwick Road corridor’

k) Obligation to enter into a S278 agreement to secure the new access and improvements.

l) £22,873 contribution towards nursery provision

m) £364,587 contribution towards the primary school provision

n) £338,650 contribution towards secondary (incl. sixth form) provision

 

CONDITIONS

 

Time Limits

1.    No development shall commence until full details of the layout (including the layout of the internal access roads and footpaths), scale, appearance, and landscaping (hereafter referred to as reserved matters) have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

  

Reason: This permission is in outline only and is granted to comply with the provisions of Section 92 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, as amended by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004

 

2.    In the case of the reserved matters, the final application for approval shall be made not later than the expiration of three years beginning with the date of this permission.

 

Reason: This permission is in outline only and is granted to comply with the provisions of Section 92 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, as amended by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004

 

3.    Application for approval of all the reserved matters shall be made to the Local Planning Authority before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission and the development hereby permitted shall be begun either before the expiration of five years from the date of this permission or before the  ...  view the full minutes text for item 12.

18/02147/OUT

13.

Stone Pits, Hempton Road, Deddington, Banbury, OX15 0QH pdf icon PDF 121 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Approved, subject to various requirements to be set out in the Minutes

Minutes:

The Committee considered application 18/02147/OUT an outline planning application for up to 21 dwellings comprising of 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom dwellings together with access, garaging and landscaping (all matters reserved except the principal means of access from Hempton Road) at Stone Pits, Hempton Road, Deddington, Banbury, OX15 0QH for Pembury Estates Limited.

 

The Committee heard from one public speaker, Mervin Dobson the applicant.

 

In reaching its decision the Committee considered the officer’s report and presentation, the written update and the address of the public speaker.

 

Resolved

 

That authority be delegated to the Assistant Director for Planning and Economy to grant permission for application 18/02147/OUT subject to the following conditions (and any amendments to those conditions as deemed necessary) and the completion of a planning obligation under section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, as substituted by the Planning and Compensation Act 1991, to secure the following (and any amendments as deemed necessary):

 

(1)        a) Provision of 35% affordable housing on site

b) Provision of and commuted sum for maintenance of open space

c) Provision of a commuted sum of £52,533.18 to the upgrading of local play equipment in the vicinity of the site

d) Contribution of £42,357.63 toward off-site outdoor sports facilities provision –

e) Contribution of £17,433 toward off-site indoor sports facilities

f) Contribution of £22,230.12 towards extension/enhancement of community hall facilities

g) £106 per dwelling for bins

h) Affordable housing provision – 35%

i) £6,263 Deddington library contribution

j) £21,000 – Public transport to upgrading of bus frequency to Oxford and Banbury

k) £3,400 – Traffic regulation order for relocation of speed limited and traffic calming build out.

l) S278 Agreement will be required to secure mitigation/improvement works.

 

 

CONDITIONS

 

Time Limits

1.    No development shall commence until full details of the layout (including the layout of the internal access roads and footpaths), scale, appearance, and landscaping (hereafter referred to as reserved matters) have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

  

Reason: This permission is in outline only and is granted to comply with the provisions of Section 92 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, as amended by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004

 

2.    In the case of the reserved matters, the final application for approval shall be made not later than the expiration of three years beginning with the date of this permission.

 

Reason: This permission is in outline only and is granted to comply with the provisions of Section 92 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, as amended by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004

 

3.    Application for approval of all the reserved matters shall be made to the Local Planning Authority before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission and the development hereby permitted shall be begun either before the expiration of five years from the date of this permission or before the expiration of two years from  ...  view the full minutes text for item 13.

18/02169/F

14.

Heyford Park, Camp Road, Upper Heyford, Bicester, OX25 5HD pdf icon PDF 172 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Approved, subject to various requirements to be set out in the Minutes

Minutes:

The Committee considered application 18/02169/F for the temporary change of use of the eastern part of southern taxi way for use in connection with established and lawful car processing operations at Heyford Park, Camp Road, Upper Heyford, Bicester, OX25 5HD for Paragon Fleet Solutions Limited.

 

It was proposed by Councillor Corkin and seconded by Councillor Richards that permission be granted subject to a routing agreement and travel plan.

 

In reaching its decision the Committee considered the officer’s report and presentation.

 

Resolved

 

That authority be delegated to the Assistant Director for Planning and Economy to grant permission for application 18/02169/F subject to the following conditions with the addition of a routing agreement and travel plan (and any amendments to those conditions as deemed necessary):

 

1          The permission hereby granted shall be temporary until 31st December 2021 and the use hereby permitted shall be discontinued and the land shall be restored to its former condition on or before that date.

Reason - To enable the Council to review the position at the expiration of the stated period, in order not to prejudice the consideration of future proposals for the land and/or in view of the special/personal circumstances of the case which are such as to override basic planning objections to the development in accordance with Policy Villages 5 of the Cherwell Local Plan and Government guidance contained within the National Planning Policy Framework.

2.        Except where otherwise stipulated by conditions attached to this permission, the development shall be carried out strictly in accordance with the following plans:

·         Site Location Plan P18-1596

·         Areas Plan P18-1596_02A

·         Existing Security Arrangements P18-1596_03A

Reason: For the avoidance of doubt, to ensure that the development is carried out only as approved by the Local Planning Authority and to comply with Central Government guidance contained within the National Planning Policy Framework.

3        The area of the application site comprising open hardstanding identified for car processing (defined so as to comprise the inspection, valeting, washing, repairing, tyre replacement, processing and delivery of cars and other car processing activities as may be required from time to time) shall only be used for activity which is related to car processing, and specifically shall not be used for the parking of any other vehicle associated with any other use or activity present on the application site.

Reason - In order to safeguard the visual amenities, character and appearance of the conservation area in accordance with Policy C23 and C28 of the adopted Cherwell Local Plan and Policy Villages 5 of the Cherwell Local Plan and Government guidance contained within the National Planning Policy Framework.

4        No car rental or related activities for use by members of the public shall be permitted from within the identified car processing area.

Reason:  Such use would be inappropriate on the flying field, generate an inappropriate level of traffic and be contrary to Policy Villages 5 of the Cherwell Local Plan and Government guidance contained within the National Planning Policy Framework.

5.       Within three months of  ...  view the full minutes text for item 14.

19/00583/CM

15.

Premier Aggregates, Finmere Quarry, Banbury Road, Finmere, Buckingham, MK18 4AJ pdf icon PDF 228 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Refused, reasons to be set out in the minutes.

Minutes:

The Committee considered applications 19/00583/CM, 19/00585/CM, 19/00584/CM, 19/00586/CM, 19/00595/CM, and 19/00736/CM for the continued use of a clean water lagoon and silt pond in phase 1 of the area approved for the extraction of sand and gravel and clay, for the use in landfill engineering under planning permission 17/02083/CM (MW.0083/17); an application for secondary aggregate recycling; the extension to an area approved for sand and gravel extraction and retention of processing and concrete batching plants (OCC Ref MW.0030/19); the extension to the area for non-hazardous waste landfill (OCC Ref MW.0027/19); Section 73 application to planning permission 15/02059/CM to allow for the operation of the Material Recovery Facility (MRF) until January 2026; and the extension of an area approved for clay extraction (OCC Ref MW.0026/19) at Premier Aggregates, Finmere Quarry, Banbury Road, Finmere, Buckingham, MK18 4AJ for AT Contracting and Plant Hire Limited.

 

Cherwell District Council was a consultee on the application which would be determined by Oxfordshire County Council.

 

In reaching its decision the Committee considered the officer’s report.

 

Resolved

 

That Oxfordshire County Council be advised that Cherwell District Council objects to the following applications 19/00583/CM, 19/00585/CM, 19/00584/CM, 19/00586/CM, 19/00595/CM, and 19/00736/CM and submits the following comments and recommended conditions if the application were approved:

 

1.                 Cherwell District Council objects to further intensification of works at the site and the increase in HGV movements that would occur in the period that is currently supposed to see a reduction in intensity leading up to 2032 when the final restoration is scheduled to end.

 

2.                 Strict controls are put in place should the County be minded to approve the applications, for the potential impacts on air quality and noise for the protection of the health and amenity of local residents.

 

3.                 The hours of operation for vehicles entering the site be kept at the previously agreed times of 7:00 and 18:00.

 

4.                 Measures to be put in place to secure jobs created for local people – either by a proportion of the work force or an agreement to take on local apprentices by condition.

 

 

 

 

19/00136/DISC

16.

Land To The Rear Of The Methodist Church, The Fairway, Banbury pdf icon PDF 128 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Approved, subject to various requirements to be set out in the Minutes

Minutes:

The Committee considered application 19/00136/DISC for the discharge of condition 14 (cycle parking) of application 16/00313/CDC at land to the rear of The Methodist Church, the Fairway Banbury for Cherwell District Council.

 

In reaching its decision the Committee considered the officer’s report.

 

Resolved

 

That authority be delegated to the Assistant Director for Planning and Economy to grant permission for application 19/00136/DISC

19/00535/CLUP

17.

36 - 37 Castle Quay, Banbury, OX16 5UN pdf icon PDF 223 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Approved, subject to various requirements to be set out in the Minutes

Minutes:

The Committee considered application 19/00535/CLUP for a Certificate of Lawfulness for Proposed Development - Internal works for the relocation of public toilet provision to a new location within the existing shopping centre and external alterations to install 2 louvres to external north eastern elevation facing the existing service yard for Cherwell District Council.

 

In reaching its decision the Committee considered the officer’s report and presentation.

 

Resolved

 

That permission be granted for application 19/00535/CLUP to enable the Assistant Director for Planning and Economy to grant a Certificate of Lawful Development as follows:

 

Schedule 1

 

Internal works for the removal of the existing public toilet provision and to relocate the public toilet provision into part of unit 36/37 within the existing shopping centre. The new toilet provision will include male and female toilets, an accessible toilet, a changing place facility providing a fully accessible facility, and a parent room, providing 2 changing units, 2 privacy booths for nursing parents and a parent and child WC. A water fountain and a bottle refill station will be provided and a customer welcome desk.

External works to provide two ventilation louvres to the north east elevation of the building facing the service yard.

Schedule 2

 

36-37 Castle Quay

Banbury

OX16 5UN

 

Schedule 3

 

The proposed internal works are not operational development, within the meaning set out at Section 55 of The Town and Country Planning Act 1990. The proposed internal works do not require planning permission and are therefore lawful.

 

The proposed external works are permitted development under Schedule 2, Part 7, Class A of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (as amended).

 

18.

Appeals Progress Report pdf icon PDF 125 KB

Report of Assistant Director for Planning and Economy

 

Summary

 

This report aims to keep members informed upon applications which have been determined by the Council, where new appeals have been lodged. Public Inquiries/hearings scheduled or appeal results achieved.

 

Recommendations

 

The meeting is recommended:

 

1.1         To accept the position statement.

 

Additional documents:

Decision:

Resolved

 

(1)       That the position statement be accepted.

Minutes:

The Assistant Director for Planning and Economy submitted a report which aimed to keep members informed upon applications which had been determined by the Council, where new appeals had been lodged, Public Inquiries/hearings scheduled or appeal results achieved.

 

Resolved

 

(1)        That the position statement be accepted.