DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
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The minutes of the meetings held on 27th February 2013 and 20th March 2013 were confirmed and signed by the Chair as a correct record.
12/1990/EIS LAND SOUTH OF GREEN LANE, YARM, OUTLINE APPLICATION FOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT FOR UP TO 370 DWELLINGS, ADDITIONAL RAILWAY STATION CAR PARKING, ACCESS, INFRASTRUCTURE, OPEN SPACE AND LANDSCAPING (ALL MATTERS RESERVED EXCEPT FOR ACCESS)
RESOLVED that planning application 12/1990/EIS be deferred.
12/2919/COU WHITE HOUSE FARM, SANDY LANE WEST, BILLINGHAM CHANGE OF USE OF EXISTING COMPOUND FOR HGV OPERATIONS BASE FOR UP TO 12 LORRIES AND TRAILERS.
RESOLVED that planning application 12/2919/COU be approved subject to the following conditions and informatives below:-
1. The development hereby approved shall be in accordance with the following approved plan(s); Plan Reference Number Date on Plan PRM/OH/01 13 December 2012 2. Proposed landscaping scheme Within two months from the date of the decision notice, full details of a scheme for soft landscaping should be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. This will be a detailed planting plan to show the provision of screen planting to be planted to the south east of the compound, in accordance with the specification planting details within informative 01 of the decision notice, which includes the requirement for 30% evergreen species as part of any scheme. The details shall include a specification of works indicating plant species, numbers, densities, locations, stock size and type. All works shall be carried out in accordance with the approved plans. The agreed scheme shall thereafter be completed within the first planting season following. 3. Soft Landscape Management Plan Within two months from the date of the decision notice, a soft landscape management plan including long term design objectives, management responsibilities and maintenance schedules for all landscape areas/retained vegetation, shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority prior to the occupation of the development. Any vegetation within a period of 5 years from the date of from the date of completion of the total works that is dying, damaged, diseased or in the opinion of the Local Planning Authority is failing to thrive shall be replaced by the same species of a size at least equal to that of the adjacent successful planting in the next planting season unless the Local Planning Authority gives written consent to any variation. Landscape maintenance shall be detailed for the initial 5 year establishment from date of completion of the total scheme regardless of any phased development period followed by a long-term management plan for a period of 20 years. The landscape management plan shall be carried out as approved. 4. Restricted vehicle numbers The total number of Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGV) shall be restricted to 12 vehicles (HGV articulated tractor units) and 16 trailer units that shall not be parked/stored outside of the compound as defined by the red line boundary on plan PRM/OH/01 (plan dated 13th December 2012). 5. No deliveries Notwithstanding the existing operations at the site associated with the agricultural use of White House Farm, Sandy Lane West, Billingham, there shall be no deliveries other than diesel fuel to the site in connection with the Heavy Goods Vehicle operation that this permission relates. INFORMATIVE OF REASON FOR PLANNING APPROVAL The use is considered to be acceptable in principle in this specific instance, taking account of the provisions of the NPPF. It is considered that suitable development could be accommodated on the site that would not result in an adverse impact on the character of the surrounding area and poses no unacceptable harm to the amenity of neighbouring residents in terms of outlook, overlooking, overbearing and overshadowing, and noise disturbance as to warrant a refusal of the application. It is further considered that the proposed scheme would not lead to an adverse loss of highway or pedestrian safety. It is considered that, subject to the meeting of the requirements of conditions imposed, that the development accords with the relevant policies as set out below and that there are no material planning considerations which indicate that a decision should be otherwise. The following policies of the Adopted Core Strategy Development Plan Document (March 2010), the Saved Policies from the Adopted Stockton on Tees Local Plan (1997) and associated documents are considered to be relevant to the determination of this application Core Strategy Policy 2 (CS2): Sustainable Transport and Travel Core Strategy Policy 3 (CS3): Sustainable Living Core Strategy Policy 4 (CS4): Economic Regeneration Core Strategy Policy 10 (CS10): Environmental Protection and Enhancement National Planning Policy Framework Informative 01; Planting Species In accordance with Condition 03 of the decision notice (Condition 02 of the Committee Report), the required soft landscaping scheme shall consist of a 10m wide planting buffer to the south/south east of the compound. The buffer planting should be compromised of native plants such as alder, birch, hawthorn, hazel, oak and make provision for 30% evergreen species such as holly and Scots pine. All trees should be planted at 2m spacing. The Local Planning Authority has implemented the requirements of the National Planning Policy Framework
13/0478/COU 22 RICHMOND ROAD, STOCKTON PROPOSED CHANGE OF USE FROM DWELLING HOUSE INTO A HOUSE OF MULTIPLE OCCUPATION (HMO)
13/0364/FUL 42 BONINGTON CRESCENT, BILLINGHAM, ERECTION OF FIRST FLOOR EXTENSION TO THE SIDE (OVER EXISTING GARAGE) AND PORCH TO THE FRONT.
RESOLVED that planning application 13/0364/FUL be approved subject to the following conditions and informatives below:-
1. The development hereby approved shall be in accordance with the following approved plan(s); Plan Reference Number Date on Plan SBC0001 13 February 2013 001 13 February 2013 002 13 February 2013 2. The external finishing materials shall match with those of the existing building. INFORMATIVE OF REASON FOR PLANNING APPROVAL General Policy Conformity The proposal has been considered against the policies and documents identified below. It is considered that the scheme accords with these documents as the proposal does not lead to an unacceptable loss of amenity for neighbouring residents in terms of outlook, overlooking, overbearing and overshadowing. It is also considered that the proposals do not have an adverse impact on the existing dwelling or create incongruous features within the surrounding area. It is further considered that the proposal will not lead to an adverse loss of highway safety. There are no material planning considerations, which indicate that a decision should be otherwise. The following policies of the Adopted Core Strategy Development Plan Document (March 2010), the Saved Policies from the Adopted Stockton on Tees Local Plan (1997) and associated documents are considered to be relevant to the determination of this application Core Strategy Policy 3 (CS3): Sustainable Living Local Plan Saved Policy HO12-Domestic Development SPG2: Householder Extension Design Guide (2004) The Local Planning Authority has implemented the requirements of the National Planning Policy Framework.
13/0164/LA ST FRANCIS OF ASSISI CHURCH OF ENGLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL, LOWFIELDS AVENUE, INGLEBY BARWICK REDEVELOPMENT OF EXISTING SCHOOL INCLUDING TWO STOREY EXTENSION, TO CONVERT 1 FORM ENTRY SCHOOL INTO 2 FORM ENTRY SYSTEM AND ADDITIONAL NURSERY, RECEPTION, TEACHING, CIRCULATION, SANITARY AND KITCHEN FACILITIES
RESOLVED that planning application 13/0164/LA be approved subject to the following conditions and informatives:-
Approved Plans; 1. The development hereby approved shall be in accordance with the following approved plan(s); Plan Reference Number Date on Plan ARC/1249/20-21 30 January 2013 0093.ARC1215-20-10 23 January 2013 0093/ARC1215/20-22 23 January 2013 ARC/1249/90-05 23 January 2013 ARC/1249/90-03 23 January 2013 20-02 23 January 2013 ARC/1249/20-01 23 January 2013 27-01 23 January 2013 ARC/1249/90-02 30 January 2013 ARC/1249/90-01 23 January 2013 ARC/1249/90-04 23 January 2013 Materials: 2. Notwithstanding any description of the materials in the application, precise details of the materials to be used in the construction of the external walls and roofs of the buildings shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority prior to the construction of the external walls and roofs of the buildings. Site and floor levels; 3. Notwithstanding the information submitted as part of the application details of the proposed site levels and finished floor levels shall be submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority prior to the commencement of the development. Soft landscaping works; 4. A detailed scheme for landscaping and tree and/or shrub planting shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority before the development authorised or required by this permission is occupied. Such a scheme shall specify types and species, layout contouring and surfacing of all open space areas. The works shall be carried out in the first planting and seeding season following the occupation of the buildings or the completion of the development whichever is the sooner and any trees or plants which within a period of five years from the date of planting die, are removed, become seriously damaged or diseased shall be replaced in the next planting season with others of a similar size and species unless the Local Planning Authority gives written consent to any variation. Landscape Maintenance; 5. Prior to the occupation of the hereby approved development a schedule of landscape maintenance for a minimum period of 5 years shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The schedule shall include details of the arrangements for its implementation and be carried out in accordance with the approved schedule. Hard landscape details; 6. Notwithstanding any description contained within this application, prior to the occupation of the hereby approved development full details of hard landscape works shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority and implemented in accordance with the approved details. These details shall include car parking layouts; other vehicle and pedestrian access and circulation areas; hard surfacing materials and construction methods; minor artefacts and structures (e.g. incidental buildings and street furniture). External lighting; 7. Details of all external lighting of the building and car park area, including the siting, colour and luminance shall be submitted to and agreed in writing with the Local Planning Authority before such lighting is erected. Before the use commences, such lighting shall be shielded and aligned to avoid the spread of light in accordance with a scheme to be submitted to and agreed in writing with the Local Planning Authority and thereafter such lighting shall be maintained to the same specification and adjusted, when necessary, to the satisfaction of the Local Planning Authority. Open burning; 8. No waste products derived as a result of carrying out the construction hereby approved shall be burned on the site except in a properly constructed appliance of a type and design previously approved by the Local Planning Authority. Construction Activity; 9. No construction activity shall take place on the premises before 8.00 a.m. on weekdays and 9.00 a.m. on Saturdays nor after 6.00 p.m. on weekdays and 1.00 p.m. on Saturdays (nor at any time on Sundays or Bank Holidays). Unexpected land contamination; 10. In the event that contamination is found at any time when carrying out the approved development that was not previously identified, works must be halted on that part of the site affected by the unexpected contamination and it must be reported in writing immediately to the Local Planning Authority. An investigation and risk assessment must be undertaken to the extent specified by the Local Planning Authority prior to resumption of the works. Travel Plan 11. Prior to the commencement of the hereby approved development, a detailed travel plan shall be submitted to and be approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The travel plan shall detail measures, actions and targets of how to reduce car travel and car dependency to and from the site. The travel plan shall be implemented in full accordance with these agreed details. Sustainable construction; 16. Details of a final scheme for the incorporation of sustainable construction methods to meet BREEAM assessment criteria or any other equivalent Building Regulation rating shall be submitted to and agreed in writing with the Local Planning Authority before development commences. The building shall be constructed in full accordance with the approved details. INFORMATIVES General policy conformity; The proposal is considered to be visually acceptable and does not pose a significant risk to the amenity of neighbouring occupiers or highway safety. The development has been considered against the policies below and it is considered that there are no other material considerations that indicate a decision should be otherwise. Core Strategy Policies; Core Strategy Policy 2 (CS2) - Sustainable Transport and Travel Core Strategy Policy 3 (CS3) - Sustainable Living and Climate Change Core Strategy Policy 6 (CS6) - Community Facilities The Local Planning Authority has implemented the requirements of the National Planning Policy Framework Travel Plan; The Schools Travel Plan Co-ordinator is advised to contact the Councils Active Travel Officers, Jane Sinclair on (01642) 526712 or Jonathon Kibble on (01642) 526735 should they seek help and advise in preparing their updated School Travel Plan. It is advised that any such travel plan may wish to include measures such as; promotion of Walk Once a Week; Increased provision covered/secure cycle and scooter parking; provision of separate secure staff cycle parking; the introduction of the Cycle to Work Scheme; and, provision of showers, changing facilities and lockers for those walking and cycling to the school.
1. APPEAL TPO - MRS P OLDHAM - 8 PRESTWICK COURT EAGLESCLIFFE - 12/2140/X - DISMISSED 2. APPEAL - MR STUART SHEARER - 3 DARLINGTON ROAD ELTON - 12/1697/FUL - DISMISSED
RESOLVED that the appeals be noted.