Agenda and draft minutes

Planning Committee - Monday, 4th October, 2021 1.00 pm

Venue: Council Chamber, Town Hall, Rose Hill, Chesterfield S40 1LP

Contact: Amanda Clayton  01246 345237

Items
No. Item

40.

Apologies for Absence

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Councillors Brady, Davenport and Falconer.

41.

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

Minutes:

CHE/21/00187/COU - CHANGE OF USE OF FORMER METHODIST CHAPEL (D1 USE) TO SINGLE DWELLING (C3A USE) WITH ANCILLARY WORKSHOP AND STORAGE (B2 USE) AT METHODIST CHAPEL, CAVENDISH PLACE, BARROW HILL, S43 2NS FOR MR P SIMPSON

 

Councillor Bingham declared an interest in this item as the owner of the property was a member of his family.

42.

Minutes of Planning Committee pdf icon PDF 224 KB

Planning Committee                           13th September, 2021

Minutes:

RESOLVED -

 

That the Minutes of the meeting of the Planning Committee held on 13 September, 2021 be signed by the Chair as a true record.

43.

Applications for Planning Permission - Plans Determined by the Committee pdf icon PDF 99 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/21/00246/FUL - CHANGE OF USE TO CARAVAN AND MOTORHOME SALES CENTRE WITH ANCILLARY OFFICES, WORKSHOP, DISPLAY AND PARKING AREA (SUI GENERIS USE) AT MULTIPLEX ENGINEERING, HOLBECK CLOSE, CHESTERFIELD FOR FUTURE PROPERTIES LTD / KIMBERLEY CARAVAN CENTRE LTD.

 

In accordance with Minute No. 299 (2001/2002) Mr Peter Swallow (objector) addressed the meeting.

 

In accordance with Minute No. 299 (2001/2002) Mr Jim Lomas (applicant’s agent) addressed the meeting.

 

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

 

1. This permission is valid for a limited period only, expiring on the 5th October 2024. On or before that date the use hereby approved shall cease and the site be reinstated to its existing use unless a further planning application has been submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority.

 

2. Before any other operations are commenced, space shall be provided within the site for storage of plant and materials, site accommodation, loading, unloading and manoeuvring of goods vehicles, parking and manoeuvring of employees and visitors vehicles. Once implemented the facilities shall be retained free from any impediment to their designated use throughout the construction period.

 

3. The premises, the subject of the application, shall not be taken into use until space has been laid out within the site for vehicles to be parked and for vehicles to turn so that they may enter and leave the site in a forward gear. Once provided, such spaces shall be

maintained free from any impediment to their designated use for the life of the development.

 

4. The development shall be carried out in accordance with the submitted flood risk assessment (ref March 2021 / 21-0085.01 / Delta Simons) and the following mitigation measures it details:

o Finished floor levels shall be set no lower than existing

o There shall be no new raised development

These mitigation measures shall be fully implemented prior to occupation and subsequently in accordance with the scheme's timing/phasing arrangements. The measures detailed above shall be retained and maintained thereafter throughout the lifetime of the development.

 

5. Within the time limit of this permission no tree within the site or overhanging the site shall be cut down, uprooted or destroyed, topped or lopped without the prior written approval of the Local Planning Authority. Any topping or lopping approved shall be carried out in accordance with British Standard 3998 (Tree Work). If any retained tree is removed, uprooted or destroyed or dies, another tree shall be planted at the same place and that tree shall be of such size and species and shall be planted at such time, as may be specified in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

 

6. Within 28 days of the first occupation of the premises, measures to minimise the risk of crime to meet the specific security needs of the development shall be implemented in accordance with a scheme to  ...  view the full minutes text for item 43.

44.

Applications for Planning Permission - Plans Determined by the Development Management and Conservation Manager (P140D) pdf icon PDF 6 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/21/00092/FUL

Demolition of 25 and 27 Old Road and erection of a new building with a commercial unit on the ground floor and flat above. (Revised elevation and ground floor dated 01.07.21 and revised first floor dated 10.05.21, Bat survey 13.08.2021) at 25 and 27 Old Road Chesterfield Derbyshire S40 2RE for A Herring Ltd.

 

CHE/21/00135/FUL

Erection of 2 two bedroom dwellings at former 9 and 11 Paisley Close Staveley Derbyshire S43 3NS for Chesterfield Borough Council

 

CHE/21/00163/FUL

Extension to retail unit at 362A Chatsworth Road Chesterfield S40 2DQ for Mr Eike Wellhausen

 

CHE/21/00215/FUL

Extension to existing building created by enclosing existing open car parking area and incorporation of existing lean to extension into main building, installation of external fire escape and external alterations to doors and windows at 209-211 Chatsworth Road Chesterfield S40 2BA for B Hattersley and Sons Ltd

 

CHE/21/00277/FUL

Creation of vehicular access, driveway and off-street parking for two vehicles at 206 Spital Lane Spital Chesterfield S41 0HP for Miss Lisa Brocklesby

 

CHE/21/00308/FUL

Levelling off of existing car park surface and the re-surfacing and marking out of parking pays for 80 vehicles and 4 disabled users, to include necessary fencing and kerbing 3 No floodlights to be sited in car park at car park opposite Cemetery Inkersall Road Staveley Derbyshire for Mr Terry Damms

 

 

CHE/21/00309/REM

Removal of Condition 11 of CHE/20/00781/FUL saying intrusive drilling at 5 St Margaret’s Drive Chesterfield Derbyshire S40 4SY for Dr Maureen Strelley  

 

CHE/21/00313/FUL

Creation of two raised off road parking spaces to front of property at 35 Spital Lane Spital Chesterfield Derbyshire S41 0EX for Mr Frank Casey

 

CHE/21/00316/FUL

Proposed second storey and 2 storey rear/side extensions. Revised drawings received 07/07/21 at Green Farm 175 High Street Old Whittington Chesterfield Derbyshire S41 9LH for Mr Grant Kangley

 

CHE/21/00328/FUL

Proposed ground floor rear/side extension porch to front. and provision of 2 off street parking spaces at 48 Rempstone Drive Hasland Derbyshire S41 0YB for Mr Zoran Zailic

 

CHE/21/00329/FUL

Single storey rear extension, increase of existing land levels to create raised patio area with 1.8m high privacy screen to adjoining property and 90cm high balustrade and new steps to garden (revised plans received 12.07.2021 showing extension set in from boundary with No 91 and 02.08.2021 showing additional privacy screen to the east elevation with No 95) at 93 Somersall Park Road Chesterfield S40 3LD for Richard Butler

 

CHE/21/00337/FUL

Proposed two storey side extension at 85 Yew Tree Drive Somersall Chesterfield S40 3NB for Mr and Mrs Anderton

 

CHE/21/00346/FUL

New windows on front elevation, re-use one extract grille and enlarge the other  on the rear elevation (revised drawings received 06.09.2021) at The Hanger Unit 3 42 Chatsworth Road Chesterfield S40 2AQ for Mrs Sara Humphries

 

CHE/21/00347/ADV

One internally illuminated badge sign, two non-illuminated fascia signs, one sign on the existing totem, three internal window graphics, and two  ...  view the full minutes text for item 44.

45.

Applications to Fell or Prune Trees (P620D) pdf icon PDF 6 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/21/00502/TPO

 

Consent is granted to the pruning of one Sycamore tree reference T1 on the Order map for Miss Tracey Hume of 159 Old Hall Road, Brampton.

 

CHE/21/00562/TPO

 

Consent is granted to the pruning of trees within W1 on the Order Map and which are situated directly adjacent to Owen Falls Avenue, 6 Wain Avenue and 1 and 7 Marine Drive, Piccadilly for Mr Gary McCarthy on behalf of Chesterfield Borough Council.

 

CHE/21/00513/TPO

 

Consent is granted to the pruning of two Maple trees reference T1 and T2 on the Order map for Mr Hawkins of 5 Alton Close, Walton.

 

CHE/21/00575/TPO

 

Consent is granted to the pruning of trees within W1 on the Order map for Barnes Associates Ltd on behalf of Strata Homes to trees in the woodland to the rear of plot 10 (20 Hulford Street, Dunston).

 

CHE/21/00509/TPO

 

Consent is granted to the root pruning of trees reference T12, T14, T16 and T15 Pine and T17 Sycamore on the Order Map for Duramen Consulting Ltd on behalf of 406 Old Road.

 

CHE/21/00539/TPO

 

Consent is granted to the pruning of one Oak tree reference T3 on the Order map for Mr Rhodes of 11 South Lodge Court. The tree is located in the garden of 400 Old Road and overhangs the property.

 

CHE/21/00564/TPO

 

Consent is granted to the pruning of 3 Oak trees reference T45, T47 and T48 on the Order Map for Eyre Chapel Trustee at Eyre Chapel, Newbold Village.

 

CHE/21/00579/TPO

 

Consent is granted to the felling of one Cherry tree within G1 on the Order map which is partially dead for Bakewell Tree Services on behalf of 10 Booker Close, Inkersall, with a condition to replant with one Rowan tree in the same location.

 

CHE/21/00536/TPO

 

Consent is granted to the felling of one Horsechestnut tree reference T25 which has one dead major limb and fungal growth on the main stem and the pruning of 3 Horsechestnut trees reference T12, T19 and T23 on the Order map for Heathscapes on behalf of 41 Oakfield Avenue, Somersall.

 

CHE/21/00591/TPO

 

Consent is granted to the pruning of one Beech tree reference T1 on the Order map for Mr Swift of 81 High Street, Old Whittington.

 

CHE/21/00527/TPO

 

Consent is refused to the felling of one Lime tree reference T1 on the Order map for Anderson Tree Care on behalf of 2 Somersall Lane, Somersall.

 

CHE/21/00550/TPO

 

Consent is refused to the pruning of two groups of Hawthorns (referred to as G1 & G2 on the submitted plan), 3 Alder trees (referred to as T1-T3 on the submitted plan) and one Alder stump (referred to as an Ash) within W1 on the Order Map and which are situated to the south of 10 Staunton Close along the river banking of Birdholme Brook.

 

CHE/21/00547/TPO

 

Consent is refused to the pruning of one Oak tree reference  ...  view the full minutes text for item 45.

46.

Appeals Report (P000) pdf icon PDF 7 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.

47.

Enforcement Report (P410) pdf icon PDF 175 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.