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Agenda and minutes

Development Management Committee
Tuesday, 10th July, 2018 5.00 pm

Venue: Hurstwood Room, Public Service Plaza, Civic Centre Road, Havant, Hampshire PO9 2AX. View directions

Contact: Nicholas Rogers  Democratic Services Officer

Items
No. Item

22.

Apologies for Absence

To receive and record apologies for absence.

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Councillor Satchwell.

 

23.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 69 KB

To approve the minutes of the Development Management Committee held on 14 June 2018

Minutes:

The minutes of the meeting of the Development Management Committee held on 14 June 2018 were agreed as a correct record and signed by the Chairman.

 

24.

Matters Arising

Minutes:

There were no matters arising.

 

25.

Site Viewing Working Party Minutes

To receive the minutes of the Site Viewing Working Party held on 5 July 2018

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Committee received the minutes of the Site Viewing Working Party held on 5 July 2018.

 

26.

Declarations of Interest

To receive and record declarations of interests from members present in respect of the various matters on the agenda for this meeting.

Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest.

 

27.

Chairman's Report

The Chairman to report the outcome of meetings attended or other information arising since the last meeting of the Committee.

Minutes:

The Chairman reported that there would be a Development Consultation Forum held on 14 August regarding the land west of the Havant Crematorium on Bartons Road, and members were encouraged to attend where possible.

 

28.

Matters to be Considered for Site Viewing and Deferment

The Committee are invited to consider any matters they wish to recommend for site viewing or deferment.

Minutes:

There were no matters to be considered for site viewing and deferment.

 

29.

Deputations

To receive requests to make a deputation to Committee.

Minutes:

The Committee received the following deputation requests:

 

(1)  Mr Percy – APP/18/00158 – 5A Simmons Green, Hayling Island

 

(2)  Mr Roper – APP/18/00158 – 5A Simmons Green, Hayling Island

 

(3)  Mr Garton – APP/18/00158 – 5A Simmons Green, Hayling Island

 

(4)  Councillor Satchwell – APP/18/00158 – 5A Simmons Green, Hayling Island

 

(5)  Mrs Farmer – APP/18/00120, APP/18/00121 and APP/18/00122 – Hampshire Farm, Emsworth

 

(6)  Councillor Pike – APP/18/00120, APP/18/00121 and APP/18/00122 – Hampshire Farm, Emsworth

30.

APP/18/00158 – 5A Simmons Green, Hayling Island pdf icon PDF 106 KB

Proposal:       Retention of roof extensions comprising: extension of existing dormer on west elevation; extension of existing dormer on east elevation with provision of new windows on east and south elevation of dormer. Retention of replacement roof tiles from concrete to slate. Provision of burnt natural timber cladding to external facade of existing and proposed extended dormers and front gable.

 

Associated Documents - https://tinyurl.com/y8vkj72s

 

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Proposal: Retention of roof extensions comprising: extension of existing dormer on west elevation; extension of existing dormer on east elevation with provision of new windows on east and south elevation of dormer. Retention of replacement roof tiles from concrete to slate. Provision of burnt natural timber cladding to external façade of existing and proposed extended dormers and front gable.

 

The Committee considered the written report and recommendation of the Head of Planning to grant permission.

 

The Committee received supplementary information, circulated prior to the meeting, which set out:

 

a)    Additional information in relation to boundary screening, alterations to windows in the existing east facing dormer window and material samples;

 

b)    A proposed additional condition to reflect the altered position on materials for the proposed cladding;

 

c)    Additional statements and photographs submitted by the applicant; and

 

d)    An additional statement submitted by an objector.

 

The Committee was addressed by the following deputees:

 

(1)  Mr Percy, who objected to the application for the following reasons:

 

a)    The clear glass windows on the east elevation result in direct overlooking and loss of privacy in his residence at 11C Salterns Lane; and

 

b)    There was a need for consistency between conditions applied to properties in this area, as a conservatory at 11C Salterns Lane was required to have obscured glass windows that were fixed shut.

 

(2)  Mr Roper, who objected to the application for the following reasons:

 

a)    The application was not consistent with Policy CS12 of the Local Plan, which sets out that developments in this area must be considerate of the Chichester Harbour Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB);

 

b)    The application was not consistent with Policy CS16 of the Local Plan, which concerns high quality design;

 

c)    The application would be detrimental to visual amenities of the local area; and

 

d)    There had been a lack of enforcement activity from the Council that had resulted in the current situation and this should be rectified.

 

(3)  Mr Garton, who spoke in support of the application for the following reasons:

 

a)    The application was mostly within permitted development parameters;

 

b)    There had been a lack of contact from the Chichester Harbour Conservancy to discuss their objections, despite a willingness from the applicants to discuss the impact to the Chichester Harbour AONB with the Conservancy;

 

c)    The application would not result in additional overlooking of neighbouring properties; and

 

d)    The application would not harm the visual amenities of the area and there was a variety of differing house designs within Simmons Green.

 

(4)  Councillor Satchwell, who highlighted the following to the Committee:

 

a)    There had been confusion in the Council’s procedures and delays in responses that had led to difficulties in the application process and neighbourly disputes; and

 

b)    The objections raised by the Chichester Harbour Conservancy had now been shown as incorrect as the application was not within the Chichester Harbour AONB.

 

Following the deputations, the Chairman invited members to ask questions of officers regarding the report and proposal. In response  ...  view the full minutes text for item 30.

31.

APP/18/00120, APP/18/00121 and APP18/00122 – Hampshire Farm, Emsworth pdf icon PDF 182 KB

Proposals:

 

Application 1 APP/18/00120

 

Variation of Section 106 Agreement dated 12 May 2011 associated with 10/74014/000, to discharge the obligation to provide community facilities (doctors surgery and pharmacy) on the community facilities land or transfer the land to the Council for Community Use (use falling within use class D1 non-residential institution).

 

APP/18/00120 Associated Documents – https://tinyurl.com/y8cjfpdn

 

Application 2 APP/18/00121

 

Variation of Section 106 Agreement dated 12 May 2011 associated with 10/74014/000, to extend the period to procure that the Community Facilities (doctors surgery and pharmacy) on the community facilities land for a further two years until 1st December 2019.

 

APP/18/00121 Associated Documents – https://tinyurl.com/y7js74f3

 

Application 3 APP/18/00122

 

Variation of Section 106 Agreement dated 12 May 2011 associated with 10/74014/000, to vary the definition of the community facilities from specifically a doctors surgery and pharmacy to any use within Use Class D1 (non-residential institution) and to extend the period to procure the use for a further two years until 1st December 2019.                    

 

APP/18/00122 Associated Documents – https://tinyurl.com/y978d7ng

 

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Proposals:     Application 1 APP/18/00120

Variation of Section 106 Agreement dated 12 May 2011 associated with 10/74014/000, to discharge the obligation to provide community facilities (doctors surgery and pharmacy) on the community facilities land or transfer the land to the Council for Community Use (use falling within use class D1 non-residential institution).

 

                        Application 2 APP/18/00121

       Variation of Section 106 Agreement dated 12 May 2011 associated with 10/74014/000, to extend the period to procure that the Community Facilities (doctors surgery and pharmacy) on the community facilities land for a further two years until 1st December 2019.

 

Application 3 APP/18/00122

Variation of Section 106 Agreement dated 12 May 2011 associated with 10/74014/000, to vary the definition of the community facilities from specifically a doctors surgery and pharmacy to any use within Use Class D1 (non-residential institution) and to extend the period to procure the use for a further two years until 1st December 2019.

 

The Committee considered the written report and recommendations from the Head of Planning to refuse permission.

 

The Committee received supplementary information, circulated prior to the meeting, which set out:

 

a)    An update on consultation with the South East Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group;

 

b)    Additional representations received from a previous supporter;

 

c)   Links to the previous committee report and minutes in relation to the outline planning permission (Ref: 10/74014/000) for the Hampshire Farm development;

 

d)    A letter from the Agent setting out their latest position; and

 

e)    Two additional third party representations.

 

The Committee was addressed by the following deputees:

 

(1)  Mrs Farmer, who supported the application for the following reasons:

 

a)    There were more pressing social requirements for the site than a doctors surgery, with a particular need for facilities for young persons;

 

b)    The site was no longer suitable for the provision of a health care facility and the original proposal was out-dated; and

 

c)    There were alternative sites that were more suitable for the provision of health care facilities in the area, such as the Emsworth Victoria Cottage Hospital Site.

 

In response to questions from the Committee, the deputee advised that:

 

·         The Emsworth Victoria Cottage Hospital site was larger than the Hampshire Farm site, with more provision for parking.

 

·         The Emsworth Victoria Cottage Hospital site was no longer functioning as an operational health care facility.

 

(2)  Councillor Pike, who supported the officer’s recommendations for the following reasons:

 

a)    The applicants had elapsed on extended timescales for the provision of a doctor’s surgery on the site and had not made satisfactory progress; and

 

b)    The Council would be ideally placed to co-ordinate and lead on the usage of the site, which could encompass development in addition to a doctor’s surgery.

 

Following the deputations the Chairman invited members to ask questions of officers regarding the report and proposal. In response to these questions it was advised that;

 

·    Indicative timescales for the proposed surgery had been provided by the Primary Care Surveyors and were detailed within the report but these had already slipped;

 

·    Officers were aware that the applicant had  ...  view the full minutes text for item 31.

32.

APP/18/00385 - 38-44 London Road, Purbrook, Waterlooville - ITEM WITHDRAWN pdf icon PDF 97 KB

ITEM WITHDRAWN

 

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

This item was withdrawn.