Agenda and minutes

Planning Committee
Monday, 18th February, 2019 3.00 pm

Venue: Committee Room 1, Town Hall, Rose Hill, Chesterfield S40 1LP

Contact: Charlotte Kearsey  01246 345236

Items
No. Item

103.

Apologies for Absence

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Councillor Wall.

104.

Declarations of Members' and Officers' Interests Relating to Items on the Agenda

Minutes:

Councillor Sarvent would take no part in the consideration of agenda item 4(1) (CHE/18/00152/FUL - Full application for a traveller site with 3 pitches at land to rear of Mayfields, Hady Lane, Hady, Derbyshire S41 0DE for Mr J Cash) as she would be addressing the committee as ward member in objection to the application.

105.

Minutes of Planning Committee pdf icon PDF 119 KB

Minutes:

RESOLVED -

 

That the Minutes of the meeting of the Planning Committee held on 28 January, 2019 be signed by the Chair as a true record.

106.

Applications for Planning Permission - Plans Determined by the Committee pdf icon PDF 32 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

*The Committee considered the under-mentioned applications in light of reports by the Development Management and Conservation Manager and resolved as follows:-

 

CHE/18/00152/FUL - FULL APPLICATION FOR A TRAVELLER SITE WITH 3 PITCHES AT LAND TO REAR OF MAYFIELDS, HADY LANE, HADY, DERBYSHIRE S41 0DE FOR MR J CASH

 

In accordance with Minute No. 299 (2001/2002) Mr Mark Badham (objector), Councillor Sarvent (ward member) and Dr Siobhan Spencer (applicant’s representative) addressed the meeting.

 

That the officer recommendation be upheld and the application be approved subject to the following conditions:-

 

1.  The development hereby approved shall be begun before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission.

 

2.  All external dimensions and elevational treatments shall be as shown on the approved plans, with the exception of any approved non material amendment.

 

3.  No development shall commence until a ground contamination assessment, landfill gas risk assessment and remediation statement are submitted to and approved in writing by the LPA. The development shall then be carried out in accordance with the approved remediation statement. Validation of the works undertaken is required to ensure that the development is constructed accordingly and which shall have been agreed in writing by the LPA prior to first occupation on the site.

 

4.  The use of the site shall be restricted to occupancy of the mobile homes only and the number shall not exceed three i.e. the touring caravans shall not be occupied on site as a permanent residence and only three touring caravans shall be allowed within the site on a permanent basis.

 

5.  There shall be no business or commercial activities or storage of materials associated with such activities at the site.

 

6.  Space shall be maintained within the site curtilage for the parking and manoeuvring of all vehicles and caravans associated with the site to allow entry and exit in a forward gear.

 

7.  Prior to any occupation of the site commencing a scheme for boundary treatments, means of enclosure and soft landscaping shall be submitted to the Local Planning Authority in writing, and shall include the following:

 

(i)   Retention of existing perimeter vegetation.

 

(ii)  Further planting to perimeters and a hedgerow to the northern boundary.

 

(iii) Timescales for planting.

 

(iv) Proposals for replacement of dead/dying planting and maintenance of boundary screening.

 

(v) Protection of existing hedgerows and boundary vegetation during construction.

 

The occupation of the site shall not commence until a scheme has been approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The planting approved under the scheme shall be implemented in accordance with the approved timescales and retained and maintained thereafter.

 

8.  Prior to the first occupation of the site commencing an external lighting scheme shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority, and shall contain the following information:

 

(i)  A plan showing the proposed locations and heights of the

luminaires.

 

(ii) Full details of the luminaires to be installed.

 

(iii) A site plan plotting the existing and predicted illuminance levels  ...  view the full minutes text for item 106.

107.

Building Regulations (P880D) pdf icon PDF 37 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

*The Chief Building Control Officer reported that pursuant to the authority delegated to him he had determined the under-mentioned plans under the Building Regulations:-

 

Approvals

 

19/00248/DEXFP

Single storey living room extension and removal of loadbearing wall to create kitchen/dining at 6 Southfield Avenue Hasland Chesterfield S41 0LX

 

18/06435/DEXFP

Loft conversion at 27A Ashgate Road Chesterfield S40 4AG

 

18/05982/DOMFP

Two dwellings on land to side of 97 Station Road Old Whittington Chesterfield S41 9AW

 

19/00379/DEXFP

Conversion of loft to mezzanine at 39 Morris Avenue Newbold Chesterfield S41 7BA

 

18/06535/DEXFP

Single storey extension to the rear at 4 Cranleigh Road Woodthorpe Chesterfield S43 3BH

 

19/00592/DEXFP

Single storey kitchen extension at 13 Highfield Avenue Newbold Chesterfield S41 7AZ

 

19/00167/DEXFP

Loft conversion at 602 Chatsworth Road Chesterfield S40 3JX

 

108.

Applications for Planning Permission - Plans Determined by the Development Management and Conservation Manager (P140D) pdf icon PDF 36 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

*The Development Management and Conservation Manager reported that pursuant to the authority delegated to him, he had determined the under-mentioned applications subject to the necessary conditions:-

 

(a)   Approvals

 

CHE/18/00527/REM

Amended variation of condition 1 (alterations to approved drawings) of CHE/17/00685/REM - for residential development of 120 dwellings to allow a minor layout amendment - revised plans received  29.1.19.  Condition Number(s): 1 Conditions(s) Removal: To update the plans to allow a minor layout amendment.   All external dimensions and elevational treatments shall be as shown on the approved plans 280-RP-01 E; 280-RP-02; 280-03 rev G; 280-RP-05; 280-RP-06; 280-RP-07 C; 41379/002 rev B; 41379/008; 41379/009 rev F; 41379/022 rev A; R/2009/9C received 29.01.2019; G1-00-PD; PD/G1/01; PD/04/01; PD/04/02; PD/04/04; PD/04/05; PD/06/01; PD/06/02; PD/07/01; PD/07/02; PD/07/04; PD/31/01; PD/31/02; PD/51/01; PD/53/01; PD/53/03; PD/54/01; PD/55/01; PD/56/01; PD/57/01; PD/59/01; PD/59/03; PD/60/01; PD/60/03; PD/61/01; PD/61/02; PD/70/01; PD/71/01; P.01.00; P.14.00.V0 with the exception of any approved non material amendment or amendment required by conditions of this consent at land north-east of Sainsburys Roundabout Rother Way Chesterfield for Harron Homes

 

CHE/18/00653/FUL

Extension to existing premises to form store - Revised drawing received 25.10.18 at 16- 18 Steeplegate Chesterfield S40 1SA for Iceland Foods Ltd

 

CHE/18/00683/COU

Change of use of flat above hairdressers to nails and beauty at Flat 3 Peak Stores Poolsbrook Road Duckmanton S44 5EJ for Mr and Mrs Robinson

 

CHE/18/00694/FUL

Residential development comprising 10 no. new dwellings - revised plans rec'd 07/01/2019, 09/01/2019 and 15/01/2019 at Heaton Court Meynell Close Chesterfield for Chesterfield Borough Council

 

CHE/18/00718/RET

Retention of  two small windows to south facing wall of rear ground floor extension at 81 Old Hall Road Chesterfield S40 1HF for Mr Andrew Vickers

 

CHE/18/00723/FUL

Change of use from commercial to residential at Hurst House 11 Abercrombie Street Chesterfield S41 7LW for Mr Kevin Burns

 

CHE/18/00724/LBC

Listed building consent to facilitate the change the use from commercial to residential at Hurst House  11 Abercrombie Street Chesterfield S41 7LW for Mr Kevin Burns

 

CHE/18/00742/FUL

Raise ridge and eaves to create rooms in the roof space; proposed attached garage; boundary wall to the north and east elevations; new vehicular access to the north elevation off Salisbury Avenue; re-build external brickwork to front elevation - red facing bricks and new porch to the front elevation (revised drawings submitted 03/12/18, 11/12/18, 28.12.2018, 15/1/2019 and 25.01.2019 at 36 Lansdowne Avenue Newbold S41 8PL for Mr Mick Shaw

 

CHE/18/00777/FUL

Removal of existing roof structure and replacement rooms in the roof and dormers and new access and driveway (revised block plan received 03.01.2019 with amended red line boundary) at 307 High Street New Whittington S43 2AP for Mr and Mrs Mark and Liz Bosher

 

CHE/18/00780/FUL

New semi-detached dwelling (Revised Drawings received 10.01.2019) at 58A Coronation Road Brimington S43 1EX for Mr Ian Read

 

CHE/18/00782/FUL

Re-submission of CHE/18/00339/FUL - Single storey side and rear extension and detached single garage with store (with reduced rear extension with flat roof and smaller garage) at 14 Milford Road Inkersall S43 3ET for Patterson

 

CHE/18/00787/FUL

Front extension forming 2 garage spaces set  ...  view the full minutes text for item 108.

109.

Applications to Fell or Prune Trees (P620D) pdf icon PDF 36 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

*The Development Management and Conservation Manager reported that pursuant to the powers delegated to him he had determined the under-mentioned applications in respect of:-

 

 

(a)   The felling and pruning of trees:-

 

CHE/19/00014/TPOEXP

 

Consent is granted to the felling of two dead trees within G6 on the order map for Mr Queening of 89 The Green, Hasland, with a condition to plant one Mountain Ash in the first available planting season after felling.

 

CHE/19/00025/TPOEXP

 

Consent is granted to the pruning of two Oak trees reference T14 and T15 on the order map for Mr Cuddy of 92 Highland Road, New Whittington.

 

CHE/18/00807/TPO

 

Consent is refused to the felling one Ash tree reference T1 on the order map for Apex Environmental Ltd on behalf Mr and Mrs Asquith of 9 Norbriggs Road, Woodthorpe.

 

(b)   Notification of Intent to Affect Trees in a Conservation Area

 

CHE/18/00849/CA

The pruning of one Ash tree for Mr Richard Carter of 19 Hunters Walk.

Agreement to the pruning of one Ash tree by reducing the branches growing towards the property to give a 3 metre clearance from the structure. The pruning will have no adverse effect on the amenity value of the area.

 

The tree is within the Town Centre Conservation Area and the applicant wishes to prune the tree which is located in the neighbouring land and close to the new property.

 

CHE/19/00006/CA

The pruning of one Quince tree for Ms Slinn on behalf of the NHS Trust, Bayheath House, Rose Hill West.

Agreement to the pruning of one Quince tree by reducing the branches growing towards the structure and driveway and crown lifting the lower branches. The pruning will have no adverse effect on the amenity value of the area.

 

The tree is within the Town Centre Conservation Area and the applicant wishes to prune the tree which is located in the neighbouring land at 82 Saltergate and overhanging the entrance driveway to Bayheath House.

 

110.

Appeals Report (P000) pdf icon PDF 38 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Development Management and Conservation Manager reported on the current position in respect of appeals which had been received.

 

*RESOLVED -

 

That the report be noted.

111.

Planning Agreement Report pdf icon PDF 132 KB

Minutes:

The Local Government and Regulatory Law Manager and the Development Management and Conservation Manager submitted a joint report to inform members about outcome of planning agreements which had been authorised and to summarise the terms of completed agreements.

 

*RESOLVED –

 

That the report be noted.

112.

Enforcement Report (P410) pdf icon PDF 77 KB

Minutes:

The Local Government and Regulatory Law Manager and the Development Management and Conservation Manager submitted a joint report on the current position regarding enforcement action which had been authorised by the Council.

 

*RESOLVED -

 

That the report be noted.