Agenda and minutes

Planning Committee
Tuesday, 21st May, 2019 7.00 pm

Venue: Astley Room - Castle. View directions

Contact: Geoff Durham  01782 742222

Items
No. Item

1.

APOLOGIES

Minutes:

Apologies were received from Councillors’ Maxfield and Simon Tagg.

2.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

To receive Declarations of Interest from Members on items included on the agenda.

Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest stated.

3.

MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING(S) pdf icon PDF 96 KB

To consider the minutes of the previous meeting(s).

Minutes:

Resolved:                 That the minutes of the meeting held on 23 April, 2019 be agreed as a correct record.

4.

APPLICATION FOR MINOR DEVELOPMENT - 4 MEADOWS ROAD, KIDSGROVE. KIMBERLEY DEVELOPMENTS LTD & KIDSGROVE WORKING MEN'S CLUB. 18/00889/FUL pdf icon PDF 51 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Resolved:                       (A)       That, subject to:

 

(a)           The Environmental Health Department

maintaining their objection to the scheme, the entering into by the applicants of a planning obligation by the 28th June financing the provision of improved glazing to  any properties which the EHO consider would be materially impacted by the development ,

(b)            Kidsgrove Town Council providing their

comments before the meeting and your Officer confirming that there has been sufficient opportunity to consider these, the application be permitted subject to the undermentioned conditions:

 

(i)          Time Limit.

(ii)         Plans.

(iii)        Permitted construction hours.

(iv)        Permitted delivery hours.

(v)         Approval of noise levels for plant,

cooling and ventilation equipment.

(vi)       Prior approval of any external lighting.

(vii)      Prevention of break out music from windows of the function room.

(viii)     Prevention of break out music from the fire door serving the stage.

(ix)       Hours of use limited to 9am to 11pm Monday to Thursday and 9am to 12pm Friday to Saturday including bank holidays.

(x)        Control of music volume within the main function room.

(xi)       Provision of parking, access and turning areas.

(xii)      Provision of cycle parking.

(xiii)     Prior approval and implementation of the marking out of the Meadows Road car park.

(xiv)     Approval and implementation of a Construction Method Plan.

 

 

(B)                  Should the above Section 106 obligation not be secured within the above period, that the Head of Planning be given delegated authority to refuse the application on the grounds that without such noise mitigation works being secured, the development would be likely to cause a material loss of residential amenity  by reason of  disturbance by noise , or if he considers it appropriate, to extend the period of time within which such obligation can be secured.

 

5.

APPLICATION FOR MAJOR DEVELOPMENT - KIDSGROVE WORKING MEN'S CLUB. HARDINGSWOOD ROAD, KIDSGROVE. LIDL UK GMBH & KIMBERLEY DEVELOPMENTS LTD. 18/00916/FUL pdf icon PDF 62 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Resolved:     (A)       That, subject to the applicant entering into a Section 106

obligation by agreement by 28th June 2019 to secure the following:

- A Travel Plan monitoring fee of £2,407.

- £10,000 for the provision of signal controlled pedestrian

  crossing facilities on the A50 Liverpool Road.

                                       

The application be permitted subject to the undermentioned

conditions:

 

(i)         Time Limit.

(ii)        Plans, unless overridden by conditions below.

(iii)       No consent granted for signs indicated in submission

(iv)       Agreement of external facing materials.

(v)        Agreement of boundary treatments.

(vi)       Hard and soft landscaping details, including for area

currently proposed for 10 car parking spaces adjacent to

Canal boundary, and tree protection measures

 

Highways and parking matters

(vii)      Amended car parking layout to reflect condition 5 above

(viii)     Full details of the site access on Hardingswood Road

(ix)       Agreed visibility splays being provided on Hardingswood

Road 

(x)        The development not to be brought into use until parking,

servicing and turning areas have been provided in accordance with the approved plans.

(xi)       Prior approval and provision of surface water drainage for

the access and car park.

(xii)      Off-site highways works for the provision of road signs

for pedestrians in carriageway’ and ‘slow’ road markings on Hardingswood Road and Second Avenue prior to use of the development.

(xiii)     Pedestrian / cycle access point’s provision.

(xiv)     The pedestrian / cycle route via the canal towpath to be

signed subject to the agreement   and thereafter

maintained.

(xv)      Secure weatherproof cycle parking details 

(xvi)     The submitted Travel Plan shall be fully implemented. Reports demonstrating progress in promoting sustainable transport measures shall be submitted annually on each anniversary date of the planning consent for a period of 5 years.

(xvii)    Agreement and implementation of a Delivery Vehicle

Management Plan.

(xviii)   The agreement and implementation of a Construction

Management Plan.

 

Drainage

(xix)     Foul and surface water drained on separate systems.

(xx)      Prior approval and implementation of a surface water

drainage scheme.

(xxi)     The surface water drainage scheme to be in accordance

with Standards for Sustainable Drainage Systems.

 

Amenity matters/ Site contamination

(xxii)    Agreement of a Construction and Demolition

Environmental Management Plan.

(xxiii)   Implementation of the submitted lighting scheme.

(xxiv)   Agreement of refuse and storage arrangements.

(xxv)    No noise generating plant shall be installed externally in

any part of the development until full and precise details of the proposed plant and any mitigation measures have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

(xxvi)   Deliveries to, and waste collections from, the store shall

not take place before 7am or after 11pm on any day.

(xxvii)  Standard conditions relating to dealing with land

contamination and the importation of soil

(xxviii)Electric Vehicle charging points provision.

(xxix)   That a traffic Regulation Order be confirmed prior to

commencement of development.

 

 

In addition, a note be sent to the  applicant requesting their

consideration of the matters referred to by the Crime Prevention Design Advisor.

 

(B)       Should the above Section 106 obligation not be secured

within the above  ...  view the full minutes text for item 5.

6.

APPLICATION FOR MAJOR DEVELOPMENT - NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME SCHOOL, MOUNT PLEASANT, NEWCASTLE. THE SCHOOL GOVERNORS. 19/00042/FUL pdf icon PDF 68 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Councillor Ruth Wright spoke on this application.

 

Proposed by Councillor John Williams and seconded by Councillor Gill Williams.

 

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

 

                        The overbearing nature of the building due to its height, scale,

            massing and location, and its inappropriate design and use of materials would be detrimental to the character and appearance of the Conservation Area contrary to local and national policy.

7.

APPLICATION FOR MAJOR DEVELOPMENT - LAND ADJACENT TO KEELE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY AVENUE, KEELE UNIVERSITY. KEELE HOTEL DEVELOPMENTS LTD AND KEELE UNIVERSITY SCIENCE AND BUSINESS PARK LTD. 19/00203/REM pdf icon PDF 55 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Resolved:     That the application be permitted subject to the undermentioned

conditions:

 

(i)            Link to outline planning permission and conditions

(ii)           Approved drawings

(iii)         Materials

(iv)         Provision of access, parking, turning and servicing areas

(v)           Provision of staff cycle parking store

(vi)         Details of cycle parking for visitors

(vii)        Travel Plan

(viii)       Recommendations of the Wardell Armstrong

Arboricultural Impact Assessment to be followed

(ix)         Submission of Arboricultural Method Statement

(x)           Updated Tree protection Plan

(xi)         Approval of line of footpath link to Keele Road

(xii)        EV charging points and infrastructure

 

8.

APPLICATION FOR MINOR DEVELOPMENT - ST JAMES CHURCH, CHURCH STREET, AUDLEY. NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME BOROUGH COUNCIL. 19/00231/DEEM3 pdf icon PDF 59 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Resolved:     That the application be permitted subject to the undermentioned

conditions:

 

                              (i)     Time limit condition

                             (ii)     Approved plans

                            (iii)     Materials

                            (iv)     Archaeological building recording: Level 1 photographic record

                             (v)     Archaeological watching brief

                            (vi)     Written scheme of archaeological investigation

                          (vii)     Arboricultural Method Statement

                          (viii)     Arboricultural Site Monitoring Schedule

 

9.

APPLICATION FOR MINOR DEVELOPMENT - BETLEY COURT FARM, MAIN ROAD, BETLEY. MR AND MRS F SPEED. 19/00183/FUL pdf icon PDF 99 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Councillor Gary White spoke on this application.

 

Resolved:     That the application be permitted subject to the

undermentioned conditions:

 

(i)            Standard Time limit for commencement of development

(ii)           Approved plans

(iii)         Restriction to use as a holiday let

(iv)         Sample facing and roofing materials

(v)           Joinery details – doors and window frames

(vi)         Window reveals

(vii)        Boundary treatments

(viii)       Archaeological building recording

(ix)         Electric vehicle charging provision

(x)           Parking area provision

 

10.

PLANNING COMMITTEE SITE VISIT DATES FOR 2019/20 pdf icon PDF 48 KB

Minutes:

Resolved:     That the dates and times for possible Planning Committee site

visits for 2019/20 be agreed.

11.

APPEAL DECISION - IMPERIAL WORKS, TALKE. 18/0066/FUL pdf icon PDF 56 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Resolved:     That the appeal and cost decision be noted.

12.

QUARTERLY REPORT ON PROGRESS ON ENFORCEMENT CASES WHERE ENFORCEMENT ACTION HAS BEEN AUTHORISED pdf icon PDF 68 KB

Minutes:

Resolved:     That the information be received.

13.

OPEN ENFORCEMENT CASES pdf icon PDF 174 KB

Minutes:

Resolved:     (i)         That the report be received.

                        (ii)        That a further update be provided alongside the next

quarterly monitoring report on cases where enforcement action has been authorised.

 

14.

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.