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273.

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.

274.

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.

275.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 86 KB

To confirm the Minutes of the meeting held on 16 January 2019 (copy herewith)

Minutes:

The Minutes of the meeting held on 16 January 2019 were confirmed and signed as a correct record.

276.

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.

277.

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    To consider the planning applications contained within the schedule and to receive details of any withdrawn or requested deferred applications, if any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’-‘B' to these Minutes in the Minute Book.

    Members considered the planning applications as set out in Minutes 278-279 below.

278.

Peartree Business Centre, Cobham Road, Ferndown pdf icon PDF 193 KB

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    3/18/1510/FUL

    Development of a new car dealership (including showroom, MOT testing, workshop for maintenance, repair and vehicle preparation, associated parking and landscaping) together with replacement car park to serve the existing serviced office complex. As amended by plans rec'd 30/10/18, 10/12/18, 18/1/19 & 28/1/19 to move building away from protected trees along Wimborne Road West and omit 12 parking spaces (and canopy) adj to the boundary with Wimborne Rd West

    Recommendation: Grant

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    Application No:        3/18/1510/FUL

    Development:          Development of a new car dealership (including showroom, MOT testing, workshop for maintenance, repair and vehicle preparation, associated parking and landscaping) together with replacement car park to serve the existing serviced office complex. As amended by plans rec'd 30/10/18, 10/12/18, 18/1/19 & 28/1/19 to move building away from protected trees along Wimborne Road West and omit 12 parking spaces (and canopy) adj to the boundary with Wimborne Rd West

    Public Speaking

    Mr D Rose, a neighbouring resident, spoke in objection to the application stating that the proposal was not suitable use of the land and more suitable locations were available well away from the residential area. He raised concerns with increases in noise and the lack of mitigation provided.

    Mr G Gibbons, a local resident, spoke in objection to the application raising concerns with visual harm, noise nuisance, light pollution, and parking issues. He felt there would be an adverse affect on any potential development in the area and that the land north of the site would be more suitable for this application.

    Mr K Poulton spoke in support of the application on behalf of the Ferndown and Uddens Business Improvement District. He stated that they fully supported the proposal as it complied with their main aims of raising the profile of the estate and would be a major asset to the town and area.

    Mr B Spiller, the agent for the applicant, spoke in support of the application highlighting the need for the new dealership and the suitability of the site. He stated that issues raised by stakeholders and members of the public had been addressed and that the proposal would create new employment opportunities as well as safeguard the jobs of the current workforce.

    Debate

    Members raised concern with loss of trees and harm to the amenities of neighbouring residents from noise nuisance and light pollution, particularly those on Brickyard Lane.

    A motion to grant was proposed with the additional conditions provided on the update sheet and a further condition for acoustic fencing. In addition, a condition was requested to control the hours of lighting, which was delegated to officers to determine the most suitable hours having regard to any security issues.

    The motion was seconded and agreed:-

    RESOLVED that Application No 3/18/1510/FUL be:

    a)       GRANTED as per the officer recommendation and subject to a S106 legal agreement to secure appropriate off-site biodiversity compensation and the following amended and additional conditions:

    6.     The materials and finishes to be employed on the external surfaces of the building hereby permitted shall be as specified on the approved elevations unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

    12.(Amendment to control the hours of lighting to be delegated to officers.)

    19.Before the development is occupied or utilised the areas shown on Drawing Number P241 02 S for the manoeuvring, parking, loading and unloading of vehicles have been surfaced, marked out and made available for these purposes. Thereafter, these areas must be maintained, kept free from  ...  view the full minutes text for item 278.

279.

Land East of Golf Shop, Moors Valley Country Park, Ashley Heath, North Ringwood pdf icon PDF 114 KB

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    3/18/3311/FUL

    Relocation of previously approved single storey agricultural style building. (reference 3/15/0991/FUL)

    Recommendation: Grant

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    Application No:        3/18/3311/FUL

    Development:          Relocation of previously approved single storey agricultural style building (Reference 3/15/0991/FUL)

    Updates

    Members were informed that following the submission of drainage details, the recommended Condition 11 to be replaced with:

    11.       Prior to the first use of the building hereby approved, the surface water run off interceptor shall be installed in accordance with the approved details and thereafter maintained in accordance with the approved details.

    RESOLVED that Application No 3/18/3311/FUL be GRANTED as per the officer recommendation and the amendment to Condition 11.

    Voting: Unanimous

 

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