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247.

Declarations of Interest

Members are reminded that any disclosable pecuniary interests must be declared including any issues which may arise through pre-determination or bias.

Pro forma for this purpose are available from the Members' Room. (Guidance on declaring an interest is included on subsequent page.)

Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest made on this occasion.

248.

Background Papers

In addition to any specific background papers referred to the relevant background papers for written reports and agenda items comprise replies to consultations, objections and representations; relevant structure and Local Plans; and the file of the Council's related policies.

Minutes:

The Chairman informed the Committee that in addition to any specific background papers referred to, the relevant background papers for written reports and agenda items comprise of replies to consultations, objections and representations; relevant structure and Local Plans; and the file of the Council's related policies, copies of which had been available for inspection by Members prior to the meeting.

249.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 146 KB

To confirm the Minutes of the meeting held on 5 December 2018 (copy herewith)

Minutes:

The Minutes of the meeting held on 5 December 2018 were confirmed and signed as a correct record.

250.

Presentations by the Public

Members of the public wishing to speak to the Committee on a planning application should notify the Democratic Services Officer listed on the front of this agenda. This must be done no later than two clear working days before the meeting. The Democratic Services Officer will provide full details on the public speaking process.

Minutes:

Representations by the public to the Committee on individual planning applications are detailed below. There were no questions, petitions or deputations received on other items on this occasion.

251.

Schedule of Planning Applications

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    To consider the planning applications contained within the schedule and to receive details of any withdrawn or requested deferred applications, if any

    Minutes:

    The Development Management Manager submitted written reports, copies of which had been circulated to each Member and a copy of which appears as Appendices 'A’-‘C' to these Minutes in the Minute Book.

    Members considered the planning applications as set out in Minutes 252-254 below.

252.

38 Church Lane, West Parley, Ferndown pdf icon PDF 112 KB

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    3/18/2835/FUL

    Sever land and erect 1 no. 3 bedroom chalet bungalow (revised scheme)

    Recommendation: Grant

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    Application No:        3/18/2835/FUL

    Development:          Sever land and erect 1 no. 3 bedroom chalet bungalow (revised scheme)

    Public Speaking

    Mr M Annen, the agent for the applicant, spoke in support of the application highlighting that they had addressed all the concerns raised from the previous application. He stated that the proposal was in character with the area and street scene, caused no harmful impact to the amenity of neighbouring properties, and received no objections from the highways authority.

    Cllr A Parry spoke in objection to the application on behalf of West Parley Parish Council and felt that the objections raised to the previous application had not been fully satisfied. He raised concerns with housing density, harmful impact to the adjacent property at 40 Church Lane, the buildings proximity to the parent property, and setting a precedent for further backyard developments.

    RESOLVED that Application No 3/18/2835/FUL be GRANTED as per the officer recommendation with the following additional condition:

    8.     No development shall take place including any works of demolition until a construction management plan or construction method statement has been submitted to and been approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The approved plan/statement shall be adhered to throughout the construction period. The statement shall provide for:

    - Hours of operation

    - Parking of vehicle of site operatives and visitors

    - Method of prevention of mud being carried onto highway

    - Arrangements for turning vehicles

    Reason: In the interests of safe operation of the highway in the lead into development both during the demolition and construction phase of the development and neighbouring amenity.

    Voting: 9:2

253.

Park Farm, Leigh Road, Colehill pdf icon PDF 199 KB

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    3/18/2262/RM

    Approval of reserved matters application in respect of appearance, layout scale and landscaping (including pumping station and SUD’s) following outline planning application 3/15/0789/COU for residential development of 305 dwellings with associated roads, parking, turning and amenity areas; provision of local centre; provision of public open space and landscaped areas at Land at Park Farm, Leigh Road, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 2DA.

    Recommendation: Grant

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    Application No:        3/18/2262/RM

    Development:          Approval of reserved matters application in respect of appearance, layout scale and landscaping (including pumping station and SUD’s) following outline planning application 3/15/0789/COU for residential development of 305 dwellings with associated roads, parking, turning and amenity areas; provision of local centre; provision of public open space and landscaped areas at Land at Park Farm, Leigh Road, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 2DA.

    Updates

    Members were informed of the response received from DCC Highways on 10/01/2019 raising no objection and the following points:-

    ·       The site will be accessed by pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles off Leigh Road via the consented access onto Leigh Road

    ·       There is a hierarchy of streets within the housing area comprising two primary routes and a network of secondary streets

    ·       The first primary route connects the Leigh Road access to the consented Parmiter Drive scheme (westernmost area of the Allocation Site) through the northern portion of the RM housing site

    ·       The first primary route would serve as the main vehicular access route for the consented new ground for Wimborne Town FC (in the event that the consent was fully implemented)

    ·       The first primary route also facilitates three potential vehicular and pedestrian accesses into the live application for the development parcel in the northernmost portion of the Allocation Site (Ref: 3/17/0848/FUL) in line with the s106 attached to the Outline consent (Ref: 3/15/0789/COU)

    ·       The second primary route connects the southernmost portions along the line of the Roman Road in the RM housing site to the Leigh Road access

    ·       In conjunction with these two primary routes are a network of secondary and tertiary vehicular routes

    ·       The proposed Site Layout would provide two separate tertiary vehicular routes into the currently undeveloped land to the south of the housing which is subject to a live mixed-use application (Ref: 3/18/3305/FUL)

    ·       The supporting Swept Path analysis has demonstrated that the site can accommodate refuse collection and fire vehicles in line with national guidance and that the proposed vehicular parking and servicing for the retail unit are suitable for commercial use

    ·       The eastern edge of the housing area includes a vehicular and pedestrian route to the SANG car park and hence to the SANG (south of the A31). Routes from the housing area connect into this.

    ·       The main pedestrian routes within the housing area are the pavements associated with the road network. Two pedestrian route connections are provided to the western site boundary (to connect with the existing Public Right of Way within the Wyatt ‘Parmiter Drive’ scheme)

    ·       Courtyard areas are designed as traffic calmed zones creating spaces where pedestrians and cyclists have priority over vehicles

    ·       Crossing points on internal routes will be indicated by tactile paving slabs

    ·       In summary, it is considered that the combination of routes provides the site with a suitable network of internal routes for vehicles and pedestrians. The proposed layout of routes assist in providing suitably scaled residential blocks which provide suitable frontages to the street and secure backs to rear gardens.

    Members were also informed of  ...  view the full minutes text for item 253.

254.

25 Ringwood Road, Verwood pdf icon PDF 122 KB

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    3/18/2974/FUL

    Change of use from 'C2 Care Home' to 'Sui Generis Short Term Hostel / Temporary Accommodation' and changes to parking arrangements

    Recommendation: Grant

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    Application No:        3/18/2974/FUL

    Development:          Change of use from 'C2 Care Home' to 'Sui Generis Short Term Hostel / Temporary Accommodation' and changes to parking arrangements

    Updates

    Members were informed of the following updates:-

    ·       An additional objection received on 10.01.19 from an address which previously objected raising concerns regarding comments made by the crime prevention advisor that there will be no restrictions in relation to who will be housed there and the Appropriate Assessment was not available online and therefore it is considered the application does not address matters of consultation required. The Appropriate Assessment was made available online once a response was received from Natural England and the objector was notified of this.

    ·       An anonymous objection was received 11.01.19 that raised no new concerns. The total number of representations from neighbours was now 19 representations (4 comments and 15 objections) from 14 addresses.

    ·       Natural England had confirmed that subject to the mitigation measures described within the Appropriate Assessment being secured by any permission, they agree with the conclusion that the development will not lead to an adverse effect on the integrity of the European designated wildlife sites of Poole Harbour and the Dorset Heathlands (see section 8.3 of report).

    ·       DCC Highways confirmed they had no further comments (see section 8.6 of report).

    ·       The Unilateral Undertaking was being drafted and had yet to be sent to the current owner of the site, the NHS, for agreement.

    ·       Existing and proposed plans in the presentation had been amended to show the full extent of the existing conservatory. A re-consult was not required as the conservatory was existing and there was no proposal to amend it.

    Public Speaking

    Mr P Eyres, a neighbouring resident, spoke in objection to the application raising concerns with loss of privacy from overlooking, safety issues, and the proposed parking next to his boundary causing unacceptable noise and disturbance. He felt that there were better suited locations for the proposal.

    Ms N Collins, a neighbouring resident, asked the following question to the Committee: If the application were approved, will all the recommendations by the Dorset Police Crime Prevention Design Advisor as set out in the report be made conditions of the planning application, particularly the enhanced CAB checks on residents?

    In response to the question, the Head of Planning stated that they could only deal with matters that are under the control of the Planning Authority. Management proposals will be part of the Unilateral Undertaking. They would have no power to enforce these conditions through the planning system. Appropriate controls have been recommended through the conditions set out in the report and update sheet.

    Ms N Collins asked the following supplementary question: Can the Council show that the other empty NHS properties within the Dorset area that do have a Police Station, and are potentially less vulnerable, have been considered for this purpose?

    In response to the supplementary question, the Head of Planning stated that Members had to make a decision on the application in front of them and  ...  view the full minutes text for item 254.

255.

Outcome of Appeal Decisions pdf icon PDF 134 KB

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    To inform Members of appeal decisions and to take them into account as a material consideration in the Planning Committee's future decisions

    Minutes:

    A report was submitted, for information, a copy of which had been circulated to each Member and a copy of which appears as Appendix 'D' to these Minutes in the Minute Book.

    Members were informed of appeal decisions and were requested to take them into account as a material consideration in the Planning Committee's future decisions.

 

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