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Agenda and draft minutes

Development Management Committee (Up to 25/02/2021) - Thursday, 10th December, 2020 5.00 pm

Venue: Remote Meeting - Via Skype for Business. View directions

Contact: Holly Weaver  Democratic Services Assistant

Link: watch_the_meeting

Items
No. Item

9.

Chairman's Announcements

Minutes:

The Chairman opened the meeting by thanking Holly Weaver, Democratic Services Assistant personally and on behalf of the Committee for her hard work and dedication since servicing the Committee, and wished her well for the future.

 

10.

Apologies for Absence

To receive and record apologies for absence.

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Cllr Lloyd. Councillor Patel stood in as her deputy.

 

11.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 415 KB

To approve the minutes of the Development Management Committee held on 12 November 2020.

Minutes:

The minutes of the meeting of the Development Management Committee held on 12 November 2020 were agreed as a correct record.

 

12.

Site Viewing Working Party Minutes pdf icon PDF 200 KB

To receive the minutes of the Site Viewing Working Party held on 3 December 2020.

Minutes:

The minutes of the Site Briefing held on 3 December 2020 were received.

 

13.

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 relating to items on the agenda.

 

14.

WITHDRAWN FROM MEETING APP/20/00696 - 162 Stakes Hill Road, Waterlooville pdf icon PDF 756 KB

Proposal: Sub-division of existing house to form 1No. 2bed and 2No. 1bed apartments and erection of a two-storey side extension to form 2No. 2bed apartments with provision of car and cycle parking and bin storage. (Revised).

 

This item has been withdrawn from the agenda at the request of the applicant.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Chairman advised the Committee that application APP/20/00696 – 162 Stakes Hill Road, Waterlooville had been withdrawn from this meeting at the request of the applicant. She assured the Committee that this application would still come to Committee in the New Year.

 

15.

APP/20/00757 - Southleigh Park House, Eastleigh Road, Havant, PO9 2PE pdf icon PDF 340 KB

Proposal: Felling of trees as shown in schedule accompanying plan 20122-BT1 (agreed under Planning Permission APP/17/00863).  Subject to TPO 1068.

 

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The site was the subject of a Site Briefing by the Site Viewing Working Party.

 

Proposal:       Felling of trees as shown in schedule accompanying plan 20122-BT1 (agreed under Planning Permission APP/17/00863).  Subject to TPO 1068.

Reason for Committee consideration: The application was brought to the Committee at the request of the Director of Regeneration and Place.

 

The Committee considered the written report and recommendation from the Head of Neighbourhood Support to grant TPO consent.

 

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

 

a)    the written deputations received by Democratic Services over 48 hours in advance of the meeting;

 

b)    a copy of the presentation slides to be given by the officers; and

 

c)    the minutes of the Site Briefing held on 3 December 2020 which viewed the application.

 

All members confirmed that they had read the above supplementary papers prior to the meeting.

 

The members received a presentation from the officers outlining the report.

 

There had been 7 requests to make verbal deputations by Councillors and members of the public. Those opposing the application were Nicholas Knight, Malinda Griffin (Havant Borough Tree Wardens), Thomas Griffin, Councillor Dianne Lloyd, Councillor Diana Patrick and Councillor Tim Pike. Paul Thomas (Bargate and Vivid Homes) spoke in support of the application. These were received by the Committee. These verbal deputations were a summary of the written deputations supplied and published on the council’s website. The audio recording of these deputations is found within the recording of the meeting itself, beginning at 0.13.27. This is published on the council’s website.

 

Following the deputations, the officers advised that outline permission had already been granted for the site when it came to Committee in April 2018. With that outline application a landscape strategy was received which, whilst indicative, showed a significant number of trees would need to be felled in order to accommodate the number of proposed dwellings on the site (up to 70). Since this permission had already been granted, this particular TPO application was sent in by the applicant in order to be able to fell the necessary trees in order to make site investigations, prior to submitting a reserved matters application. The Committee was being asked to approve or not approve the felling of trees at this meeting, not to approve or not approve the principle of development. It was typical for reserved matters applications to come in prior to agreeing to the felling of TPO trees, but it was not unlawful to have it be the other way around.

 

In response to questions raised by Members of the Committee, the officers confirmed that:

 

1)    in the officer report for the Committee meeting where outline permission had been granted, the significant felling of trees required for the development was highlighted;

 

2)    whilst the original designation in the emerging Local Plan at the time of the Committee’s consideration of the outline planning application was for an indicative figure of up to 35 dwellings on the site, that outline planning  ...  view the full minutes text for item 15.

16.

APP/20/00712 - Hayling Island Community Centre, Station Road, Hayling Island, PO11 0HB pdf icon PDF 301 KB

Proposal: Installation of 4No. LED lamps (floodlights), mounted on maximum 8 m high columns and an artificial surface for the bowling green.

 

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

 

Proposal:          Installation of 4No. LED lamps (floodlights), mounted on maximum 8 m high columns and an artificial surface for the bowling green.

 

Reason for Committee Consideration: Havant Borough Council Application.

 

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

 

The Members received a presentation from the officers outlining the report.

 

The Chairman advised the Committee that no deputations had been received regarding this application.

 

In response to questions by Members of the Committee, the officers advised that:

1)    the only reason this application was before the Committee was because it was an application submitted by Havant Borough Council; and

2)    there had been no representations made by any of the nearby neighbouring properties.

 

The Committee discussed the application and the qualities proper illumination and resurfacing of the bowling green would offer in terms of recreation opportunities for residents.

 

It was RESOLVED that the Head of Planning be authorised to grant permission for Application APP/20/00712 subject to the following conditions:

 

1

The development must be begun not later than three years beginning with the date of this permission.

Reason: To comply with the requirements of Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 as amended by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.

 

 

2

The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans:

 

Site Location Plan- Scale 1:1250

Block Plan - Scale - 1:500

Lux LED Revision 1, Spillage Iso Contours - Drawing No. HIBC S4

Lux LED Revision, 1 Spillage Results

Detail of T087RLYH Column  - Drawing No. TO87RLH

Column Elevations - Drawing No. HIB E1

Spillage Impact Report -Highlights Floodlighting Ltd.

 

 

Reason: - To ensure provision of a satisfactory development.

 

 

3

The floodlights hereby permitted shall not remain illuminated after 22.00 hours on any day; and shall not be used at all during the months of April to September inclusive.

 

Reason:  To protect the amenities of nearby residential properties and nocturnal species, including bats, in the locality and having due regard to policies DM10 and CS11 of the Havant Borough Local Plan (Core Strategy) 2011 and the National Planning Policy Framework