Minutes

of the Meeting of the

Planning & Regulatory Committee

Wednesday, 11th May 2016

held at the Town Hall, Weston-super-Mare, Somerset.

 

Meeting Commenced:  2.30pm      Meeting Concluded: 4.38pm

 

Councillors:

 

P  Peter Crew (Chairman)

P  Jill Iles (Vice-Chairman)

 

P  Elfan Ap Rees 

P  Felicity Baker 

P  Jan Barber 

P  Chris Blades 

P  Mary Blatchford 

P   Peter Burden (substitute for Dawn Payne)

P  Peter Bryant 

P  Mark Canniford 

P  Charles Cave 

P  Robert Cleland 

P  Andy Cole 

P  John Crockford-Hawley 

P  Bob Garner 

P   David Jolley (substitute for Reyna Knight)

A  Reyna Knight 

P  Tom Leimdorfer 

P  John Ley-Morgan 

P  Richard Nightingale 

P  David Pasley 

A  Dawn Payne 

 

P  Terry Porter 

A  David Shopland 

P Kate Stowey (substitute for Martin Williams)

P   James Tonkin (substitute for David Shopland)

P  Richard Tucker 

A  Liz Wells 

A  Martin Williams 

 

 

P: Present

A: Apologies for absence submitted

 

Officers in attendance: Sue Buck (Corporate Services), Howard Davies (Development & Environment), Simon Exley (Development & Environment), Richard Kent (Development & Environment), Julia Parkes (Corporate Services), Heather Sanders (Corporate Services), Neil Underhay (Development & Environment), Roger Willmot (Development & Environment)

 

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Public speaking at Planning Committees (Standing Order 17A)

Planning Application Nos. 16/P/0462/F & 16/P/0291/F

 

Representing the applicant Chris Obern addressed the meeting speaking in support of planning applications at High Street, Nailsea.

 

 

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2         

Public speaking at Planning Committees (Standing Order 17A)

Planning Application No. 15/P/2304/F

 

The applicant’s agent addressed the meeting speaking in support of an application for planning permission at Accommodation Road, Bleadon.

 

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3         

Public speaking at Planning Committees (Standing Order 17A)

Planning Application No. 15/P/2174/F

 

The applicant’s agent addressed the meeting speaking in support of an application for planning permission at Weston Road, Hewish.

 

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4         

Public speaking at Planning Committees (Standing Order 17A)

Planning Application No. 15/P/0983/O

 

Local resident Andrew Searle addressed the meeting speaking in support of an application for planning permission at Wentwood Drive, Weston-super-Mare.

 

The applicant’s agent then spoke in support of the application.

 

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5         

Public speaking at Planning Committees (Standing Order 17A)

Planning Application No. 16/P/0579/F

 

On behalf of the applicant Jenny Brockway addressed the meeting speaking in support of an application for planning permission at Gatcombe Lane, Long Ashton

 

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Public speaking at Planning Committees (Standing Order 17A)

Planning Application No. 16/P/2100/O

 

Local resident Robert Sale addressed the meeting speaking in support of an application for planning permission at Elm Walk, Portishead.

 

The applicant’s agent then spoke in support of the application.

 

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Declaration of Disclosable Pecuniary Interests (Agenda item 3)

 

Councillor Charles Cave declared an interest as the owner of an adjoining property in Planning Application No. 16/P/0579/F.

 

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Minutes of the Meeting held on 13 April 2016 (Agenda item 4)

 

Councillor Leimdorfer requested that the following wording be added to the end of the third paragraph of Minute No. PAR 144 “He also drew attention to the unresolved problems of Wrington Lane, which is a limiting factor for any future development”.

 

            Resolved: that subject to the above amendment the minutes of the meeting be approved as a correct record.

 

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Planning Application No.  15/P/0983/O Outline planning application with all matters reserved except access for up to 50 dwellings with associated parking, hard/soft landscaping and open space, drainage and infrastructure on land off Wentwood Drive, Weston-super-Mare

 (Agenda item 10)

 

            The Chairman had agreed to alter the order of the agenda and take this item first in order to allow the Chairman of the Council, who had another engagement to attend, to take part in the debate on this application.  The Director of Development & Environment reported on an application for planning permission.

 

The representative of the Director of Development & Environment drew Members’ attention to the update sheet a copy of which is filed on the Minute Book and in particular to the submission of additional information by the applicant and to the receipt of additional third party comments.

 

Members expressed concern about the visual impact of the proposal and about difficulties in accessing the area.

 

Resolved: that the application be refused for the following reasons:

 

1.  The proposed development, by reason of its scale and location will cause unacceptable harm to the character and appearance of the landscape, including views towards the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  The proposed development is therefore contrary to Policies CS5 and CS12 of the Core Strategy, Policy GDP/3 of the North Somerset Replacement Local Plan, Policy E1 (Mendip Ridges and Coombs) of the North Somerset Landscape Character Assessment, Policies DM10 and DM11 of the Sites and Policies Plan Part 1 – Development Management Policies (Publication Version) and Paragraphs 58, 64, 75 and 109 of the National Planning Policy Framework.

2.  The location of the site, by reason of its distance to the nearest services and facilities and the gradient of the routes leading to it will not encourage walking or cycling.  Instead residents of the development will be over-reliant on vehicle use, even when undertaking local journeys.  This is not conducive to sustainable development and the proposal is contrary to Policies CS1 & CS10 of the North Somerset Core Strategy, Policy T/10 of the North Somerset Replacement Local Plan, Policy DM24 of the Sites and Policies Plan Part 1 – Development Management Policies (Publication Version) and Paragraph 35 of the NPPF.

 

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Planning Application No. 16/P/0462/F Continued use of land as 173 space car park for use by GE and retention of associated bunding and landscaping (previously granted temporary consent  ref: 12/P/20168/F) at GE Oil and Gas, High Street, Nailsea (Agenda item 6)

 

            The Director of Development & Environment reported on an application for planning permission.

 

The representative of the Director of Development & Environment drew Members’ attention to the update sheet a copy of which is filed on the Minute Book and in particular to the receipt of additional third party comments.

Resolved: that the application be approved subject to the following conditions:

 

1.

 

 

 

 

The use hereby permitted shall be carried on only by GE Oil & Gas, (or the applicant operating under any other name) and shall be for a limited period of time, which shall expire on 30th April 2033, or the period during which the premises are occupied by GE Oil & Gas, (or the applicant operating under any other name) whichever is the shorter

2.

The car park hereby permitted shall be removed and the land restored to its former condition on or before expiry of this permission in accordance with a scheme of work submitted to and approved by the local planning authority.

3.

The car park shall be used in accordance with the approved plans for the parking of cars by staff and visitors to the GE Oil and Gas premises and for no other purpose.

4.

The car park hereby permitted shall not be used for any purpose including the parking of vehicles at any time Saturdays and Sundays without the prior written permission of the Local Planning Authority

5.

No external lighting other than the bollard lighting hereby granted under planning permission 12/P/2068/F shall be used in the car park.  The lighting shall only be switched on when the car park is in use. The lights shall either be switched off within 10 minutes of the being vacated or at 19.00 hours (whichever occurs the earliest) and shall not switched on again before 06.30 hours of the following day.

6.

Within two months of the date of this planning permission details of additional planting on or adjoining the earth bund around the car park shall be submitted to the Local Planning Authority.  Once approved the additional landscaping shall be implemented in accordance with the approved specifications during the first available planting season.   Trees, hedges and plants shown in the landscaping scheme to be retained or planted which, during the development works or a period of five years following full implementation of the landscaping scheme, are removed without prior written consent from the Local Planning Authority or die, become seriously diseased or are damaged, shall be replaced in the first available planting season with others of such species and size as the Authority may specify.

Advice Note:

The applicant is advised that the hours of use restrictions set out in condition 5 regarding the use of lighting within the car park must be adhered to at all times.

 

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Planning Application No. 15/P/0462/F Erection of an Industrial Test Facility building (1000 sq metres) and a four storey office building (3500 sq metres) incorporating ancillary welfare, amenity and meeting facilities following demolition of existing portacabins. Construction of car parking provision and cycle parking at GE Oil and Gas, High Street, Nailsea (Agenda item 7)

 

            The Director of Development & Environment reported on an application for planning permission.

 

Resolved: that the application be approved subject to the following conditions:

 

1.

 

The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiry of five years from the date of this permission.

2.

The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the approved plans and documents to be listed on the decision notice.

3.

No works shall be commenced until sample of the external building materials to be used in the construction of the development hereby granted have been submitted to and approved, in writing, by the Local Planning Authority.  The development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved materials unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

4.

The buildings hereby granted shall not be occupied until the measures to generate 15% of the on-going energy requirements of the use of the building (unless a different standard is agreed) through micro renewable or low-carbon technologies as set out in the Energy Statement have been installed and are fully operational. Thereafter, the approved technologies shall be permanently retained unless otherwise first agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

5.

The buildings hereby approved shall not be occupied until it has been demonstrated through verification by a suitably qualified assessor that the development has achieved a BREEAM ‘excellent’ standard, unless a lower standard is firstly approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

6.

No external lighting shall be attached to be building hereby approved and no new lighting shall be installed in the grounds of the application site unless details of its position, height, type of light and lighting levels (lux levels) as shown on a lighting contour plan have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.  The approved lighting shall be installed in accordance with approved details and shall be maintained and replaced in accordance with the approved details thereafter.

7.

A plan showing the specification and locations of at least four bird nesting features to be erected on site shall be submitted to and approved provided in writing by the Local Planning Authority before construction works commence in accordance with Annex I of ‘BREEAM New Construction 2011 Land Use and Ecology LE01-LE05’ (Clarke Webb Ecology Limited, 2014). The nesting features shall then be installed before any part of the building is brought in to use and shall be maintained at all times thereafter.

8.

No development shall commence until a hard and soft landscaping scheme has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.  This shall include:

a) details of all landscaping to be removed, retained and new proposals

b) specifications of all new soft planting including the stock, spacing, size, species and numbers of new planting;

c) means of enclosure and boundary treatment, and

d) the location of all underground services to show there is no conflict with vegetation.

The development shall thereafter be carried out in accordance with the approved details.

9.

All works comprised in the details of landscaping to be approved should be carried out during the months of October to March inclusive following occupation of the dwellings or completion of the development, whichever is the sooner.

10.

For the duration of the development works existing trees and hedgerows which are to be retained shall be protected by a suitable barrier erected and maintained at a distance from the trunk or hedge specified, in writing, by the Local Planning Authority. The Authority shall be informed at least seven days before works start on site so that barrier position can be established. Within this protected area there shall be no excavation, tipping or stacking, nor compaction of the ground by any other means during the course of the construction of the development.

11.

Trees, hedges and plants in any development phase shown in the  landscaping scheme to be retained or planted, which during the development works or during a period of ten years following implementation of the landscaping scheme in that development parcel, which are removed without prior written approval from the Local Planning Authority or which die, become seriously diseased or damaged, shall be replaced in the first available planting season with other such species and size as are to be agreed with the Local Planning Authority.

12.

The cycle stands shown in the approved drawings shall be installed before any part of the building hereby granted is brought into use and they shall be retained thereafter.

 

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Planning Application No. 15/P/2304/F Change of use of land from a mixed use of agriculture and seasonal car boot sales to use as a Holiday Lodge and caravan site at land at Accommodation Road, Bleadon (Agenda item 8)

 

            The Director of Development & Environment reported on an application for planning permission.

 

The representative of the Director of Development & Environment drew Members’ attention to the update sheet a copy of which is filed on the Minute Book and in particular to the need to amend condition 4 which related to the register of holiday bookings and to an additional condition 20 regarding the provision of visitor car parking.

 

Resolved: that subject to the completion of a Section 106 Agreement to secure a contribution of £1,000 towards highway safety improvement works to Accommodation Road in the vicinity of its junction with the A370 Bridgwater Road the application be approved subject to the following conditions:

 

1.

 

The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiry of three years from the date of this permission.

2.

The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the approved plans and documents to be listed on the decision notice.

3.

No more than 57 caravans or lodges in total shall be stationed on the land at any time.

4.

The holiday lodges or caravans shall not be occupied as a person’s sole or main place of residence. The lodges or caravans hereby permitted shall be used for the purpose of self-catering holiday accommodation and for no other purpose, including short term residential leases or any other purpose in Class C3 of the schedule to the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended) or in any provision equivalent to that Class in any statutory instrument amending, revoking and re-enacting that Order with or without modification). No caravan or lodge shall be occupied until details of a register of holiday bookings have been submitted to and agreed in writing by the local planning authority. A copy of the completed register in a format to be agreed with the local planning authority shall be sent to them on the 31 March each year and that records shall be made available for inspection by the LPA as and when requested at any other time of the year.

5.

The finished surface of the proposed internal access roads together with any proposed improvements to rights of way within the site shall be constructed, finished and maintained in accordance with details to be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority and no subsequent alterations shall be made to the construction or finish without the prior written permission of the local planning authority.

6.

Before the commencement of development, a Landscaping and Ecological Management Plan shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The Plan shall cover a ten year period and include measures for the establishment and management of semi-rural habitats within the site, including planting schedules and details of on-going management. This shall also include details of the design and planting of waterbodies within the site, location of bird nesting and bat roosting features and other measures to maximise biodiversity interest, this shall include a timetable for management activities as well as a monitoring schedule.

7.

No development shall commence until details of both hard and soft landscape works have been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. These details shall include: a plan showing all the existing boundary habitats including hedgerows, trees, scrub and grassland to be retained, with retention of the identified/proposed buffer zones and open space to provide continuous green corridors; proposed dark corridors; existing and proposed finished levels or contours; boundary treatments; vehicle parking layouts; other vehicle and pedestrian access and circulation areas; hard surfacing materials; minor artefacts and structures e.g. furniture, play equipment, refuse or other storage units, signs, etc.; proposed and existing functional services above and below ground e.g. drainage, power, communications cables, pipelines etc. indicating alignments, levels, access points, supports as relevant; water features; an implementation programme, including phasing of work where relevant.

Details of soft landscape works shall include planting plans; written specifications (including cultivation and other operations associated with tree, plant and grass establishment); schedules of plants noting species, tree and plant supply sizes and proposed numbers/densities where appropriate.

All wildlife buffer zones shall be a minimum of 5.0 metres in width and these and the proposed dark corridors shall be demarked in a manner to be agreed prior to commencement of development. No lodges/caravan, hardstandings or other items shall be formed, placed or stored within these areas.

The landscaping works shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details before any part of the development is first occupied or in accordance with the agreed implementation/phasing programme. The completed scheme shall be managed and/or maintained in accordance with an approved scheme of management and/or maintenance.

All planting (retained or planted), seeding or turfing comprised in the approved details of landscaping which within a period of 10 years from the completion of the development die, are removed or become seriously damaged or diseased shall be replaced in the next planting season with others of similar size and species.

8.

All the trees and hedges shown on the landscaping plan as approved under condition 7 as "to be retained" and/or any trees whose canopies overhang the site shall be protected by strong fencing, the location and type to be previously approved in writing by the local planning authority. The fencing shall be erected in accordance with the approved details before any equipment, machinery or materials are brought onto the site for the purposes of the development, and shall be maintained until all equipment, machinery and surplus materials have been removed from the site. Nothing shall be stored or placed within any fenced area, and the ground levels within those areas shall not be altered, nor shall any excavation be made, without the prior written consent of the local planning authority. In this condition “retained tree” means an existing tree that is to be retained in accordance with the approved plans and particulars.

9.

Prior to the stationing of any caravan or lodge on the site, whether initially or as a replacement, full details of the caravan or lodge shall be submitted to the local planning authority for its approval. The details shall include the siting of the caravan/lodge, its dimensions, design and details of all external materials. The finished floor level shall be at least 0.5 metres above the existing ground level adjacent to the building. Development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details.

10.

No development shall commence until a drawing showing the location of the proposed parking spaces for each of the approved units has been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. No caravan/lodge shall be occupied until space/s has/have been laid out within the site in accordance with the approved drawing and that space shall thereafter be kept available at all times for the parking of vehicles by residents of the holiday lodges and shall not be used for any other purpose and no subsequent alteration shall be made without the prior written permission of the local planning authority.

11.

Details of the proposed reception building located at the entrance to the site, together with details of its detailed intended use in connection with the approved development, shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority prior to the commencement of the development and no subsequent alterations shall be made without the prior written permission of the local planning authority. The submitted details shall include floor plans, a section, elevations (noting the proposed external finishes) drawn at a scale of not less than 1:100 together with a site plan at a scale of not less than 1:200. The finished floor level shall be at least 0.5 metres above the existing ground level adjacent to the building. The development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details.

12.

The proposed reception building shall not be used at any time for any purpose other than the provision of information, assistance and services to holiday makers resident on the site. At no time shall there be any residential use of the reception building or any entertainment or amplified music provided from this building or any other part of the lodge/caravan site hereby approved.

13.

No building, caravan or lodge hereby permitted shall be occupied until works for the disposal of sewage and surface water shall have been provided on the site to serve the development hereby permitted, in accordance with details that have first been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority.

14.

No development shall commence until a watercourse maintenance plan has been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The watercourses shall thereafter be managed in accordance with the plan unless any variation is first submitted to and approved by the local planning authority.

15.

No development shall commence until a detailed lighting design has been submitted to and approved by the local planning authority. This shall set out details of all forms of temporary and permanent lighting provision proposed, including the type and location of the lights, existing and proposed lux levels and lighting contours. The lighting design shall provide for dark corridors along the hedgerows to be retained on site, to be restricted, between dusk and dawn, to a maximum light level not exceeding 1 lux. The external lighting shall be installed and operated in accordance with the approved details and shall not be varied without agreement in writing by the local planning authority.

16.

No buildings, external storage or structures, whether permanent or temporary shall be erected on the site unless otherwise agreed in writing with the local planning authority.

17.

Before the commencement of development a scheme for the prevention of pollution during the construction phase shall be submitted to and approved by the local planning authority. The scheme should include details of the following: site security, fuel delivery, storage, (including any temporary bunding) and use, a method statement as to how minor and major spillage of contaminants will be addressed (including the containment of silt/soil contaminated by run-off and the disposal of contaminated drainage), provision for the induction of all the workforce, including sub-contractors highlighting pollution prevention and awareness.

18.

Prior to the commencement of development a construction management plan shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority indicating the necessary works to connect any new surfacing of the access to the highway (which will necessitate partial road closure) can be undertaken in a safe manner.  The work shall be implemented in accordance with the approved scheme.

19.

Prior to the first occupation of the development hereby approved the applicant shall prepare for the future occupiers of the caravans/lodges a Flood Warning Evacuation Plan. This plan shall address the matters required pursuant to the advice in the Planning Practice Guidance. Once prepared the Flood Warning Evacuation plan shall be fully implemented and a complete copy kept within the caravans/lodges to which this decision relates to allow the plan to be inspected at any time.

20.

The proposed visitor car parking areas located at the entrance shall be provided for use prior to the occupation of the first of caravans/lodges hereby approved. The approved parking area shall thereafter be permanently retained and kept available for parking at all times.

 

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Planning Application No. 15/P/2174/F  Use of the land for the stationing of caravans for residential purposes for 5 no. gypsy caravan pitches together with the formation of additional hardstanding and ancillary day rooms at land at Heathfield, Weston Road, Hewish (Agenda item 9)

 

            The Director of Development & Environment reported on an application for planning permission.

 

Resolved: that the application be approved subject to the following conditions:

 

1.

 

The use hereby permitted shall be for a limited period ceasing on or before the 30 April 2019.  At the end of this period the use hereby permitted shall cease and within 6 months all caravans, buildings, structures, materials and equipment brought onto or erected on the land, or works undertaken on the land in connection with the use, shall be removed and the land restored to its former condition in accordance with a scheme to be approved in writing by the local planning authority.

2.

The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the approved plans and documents to be listed on the decision notice.

3.

The site shall not be occupied by any persons other than Gypsies and travellers, as defined in the “Planning Policy for Traveller Sites” (September 2015).

4.

There shall be no more than 5 pitches on the site and on each of the 5 pitches, no more than 2 caravans shall be stationed at any time of which only one shall be a static caravan.

5.

The use hereby permitted shall cease and all caravans, structures, equipment and materials brought onto the land for the purposes of such use shall be removed within 28 days of the date of failure to meet any one of the requirements set out in (i) to (iv) below

(i). within 3 months of the date of this decision a scheme for the means of foul drainage, external lighting, hard surfacing, earth mounding and soft landscaping(hereafter referred to as the Site Development Scheme)shall have been submitted for the written approval of the local planning authority and the said scheme shall include a timetable for its implementation.

(ii). Within 11 months of the date of this decision, the Site Development Scheme shall have been approved by the local planning authority or, if the local planning authority refuses to approve the scheme or fails to give a decision within the prescribed period, an appeal shall have been made to, and accepted as validly made, by the Secretary of State.

(iii). If an appeal is made in pursuance of (ii) above, that appeal shall have been finally determined and the submitted site development scheme shall have been approved by the Secretary of State.

(iv). The approved scheme shall have been carried out and completed in accordance with the approved timetable.

6.

At the same time as the Site Development Scheme is submitted to the local planning authority. A schedule of maintenance for any proposed planting shall be submitted.  It shall make provision for the replacement, in the same position, of any tree, hedge or shrub that is removed, uprooted, destroyed or dies or, in the opinion of the local planning authority, becomes seriously damaged or defective, with another of the same species and size as that originally planted.  The maintenance shall be carried out in accordance with the approved schedule.

7.

No business activities shall take place on the land, including the storage of materials.

8.

Within one month of the date of this permission, vegetation to the east of the site’s access within a 2.4m x 120m visibility splay shall be cleared and thereafter kept at a height not exceeding 0.6m.

9.

Any mobile homes positioned on the pitches hereby approved shall be secured to a solid concrete slab using tensioned chains.

 

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Planning Application No. 16/P/0579/F Retrospective application to make 12 x 15 m area of field (already used for horse turnout) into all weather surface for horse turnout. Remove topsoil, add stone (approx 3 ins depth) and sand (approx 4-5 ins). Add 12 m post and rail fence inc gate at Hengaston Barn, Gatcombe Lane, Long Ashton (Agenda item 11)

 

            The Director of Development & Environment reported on an application for planning permission.

 

            Having previously declared an interest in this application Councillor Cave left the meeting prior to any discussion on the matter.

 

The representative of the Director of Development & Environment drew Members’ attention to the update sheet a copy of which is filed on the Minute Book and in particular to an amendment to the proposed conditions.

 

Members considered that the location of the horse turnout was unacceptable given its proximity to the residential dwelling in the adjoining property.

 

Resolved: that the application be refused for the following reason:

 

1. The development is located too close to the neighbouring residential dwelling and it would cause an adverse impact on the living conditions of neighbouring residents through odour and disturbance, contrary to Section 11 of the National Planning Policy Framework and policy CS3 of the North Somerset Core Strategy.

 

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Planning Application No. 15/P/2100/O  Outline planning application for erection of up to 16 dwellings and associated car parking and access, vehicular access to be provided by existing site entrances with appearance, layout, scale and landscaping reserved for subsequent approval at Land off Elm Walk, Battens Orchard, Portishead (Agenda item 12)

 

            The Director of Development & Environment reported on an application for planning permission.

 

The representative of the Director of Development & Environment drew Members’ attention to the update sheet a copy of which is filed on the Minute Book and in particular to the receipt of additional information on housing densities. He also reported that the applicant had proposed an amendment to provide 14 dwellings and a contribution towards one off-site starter home.  It was considered that the amended application should be determined by the officers in consultation with the Chairman, Vice-Chairman and local Ward Members.

 

Resolved: that determination of the amended application for 14 dwellings be delegated to the officers in consultation the Chairman, Vice-Chairman and local Ward Members subject to) a S106 agreement securing a financial contribution to offsite Affordable Housing and b) the conditions set out in Appendix A of the committee report, together with any amended, additional or alternative conditions as may be required.

 

            Councillor Cave here rejoined the meeting.

 

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Planning Appeals (Agenda item 13)

 

            The Director of Development & Environment reported on appeal decisions and appeals that had been lodged since the last meeting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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                                                                                                                Chairman

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