Agenda and draft minutes

Conservation Advisory Working Party - Tuesday, 6th October, 2020 6.30 pm

Venue: Conservation Advisory Working Party - Virtual Meeting - Conference. View directions

Contact: Geoff Durham 

Items
No. Item

1.

Declarations of Interest

To receive Declarations of Interest from Members on items included in this agenda

 

Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest stated.

2.

Minutes of previous meetings pdf icon PDF 189 KB

To consider the minutes of the previous meeting(s)

Minutes:

Resolved:                 That, subject to Mr Chris Wakeling being marked as in attendance, the Minutes of the meeting held on 8 September, 2020 be agreed as a correct record.

3.

Previously Considered Applications pdf icon PDF 106 KB

To receive the decisions of applications which have been previously considered by this Working Party

 

Minutes:

Resolved:      That the report on the decision on applications previously considered

                        by this Working Party be received.

 

4.

New Applications Received pdf icon PDF 12 KB

To make observations on new applications received.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Resolved:                   That the following observations be made on the applications listed below:-

 

 

 

Summer House, New Road, Wrinehill    20/00717/FUL

 

 

 

The Working Party expresses concern over the proposal for a property in this location noting that the adjacent Daisy House was allowed as enabling development for refurbishment to the Grade II* Listed Building and that the juxtaposition from the Listed Building was considered an acceptable distance. Trying to then locate another house in between the two, much closer to the Listed Building is not acceptable in terms of the wider setting of the Listed Building.

 

The design is poor as a generic modern house, there appears to be no effort to understand the architectural character of the Summer House.  The roof is too large proportionally within the characterful streetscene of Wrinehill.  Some members particularly disliked the bungalow frontage and others would prefer a thoroughly modern approach with low flat roof.

 

Betley Court, Main Road, Betley  20/00729/FUL & 20/00730/LBC

 

The Working Party considered the submission for a temporary access into Betley Court gardens for the restoration of the house.  They accept the poor state of this section of wall and wish to ensure that investigation is undertaken to fix the problem with the nearby drain before the wall is reinstated.  There were no objections to the proposal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.

Conservation and Heritage Fund

To consider any applications for financial assistance from the Conservation and Heritage Fund which may have been brought to this meeting by the officer

Minutes:

There were no applications.

6.

Urgent Business

To consider any business which is urgent within the meaning of Section 100B(4) of the Local Government Act, 1972.

Minutes:

There was no Urgent Business.