Agenda and draft minutes

Planning Committee
Tuesday, 19th March, 2019 10.00 am

Venue: Council Chamber, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot, TQ12 4XX

Contact: Trish Corns  Email: comsec@teignbridge.gov.uk

Items
No. Item

15.

Chairman's announcements

Minutes:

The Chairman welcomed public speakers to the meeting. He also reminded

Members of the Committee that they should not vote on an application if they are not present at the meeting to hear the entire debate on the application.

17.

Declarations of Interest.

Minutes:

Councillor Dewhirst declared an Appendix A interest in application

18/02312/FUL, by virtue of his ownership of a caravan park, and took no part in the debate and voting.

18.

Planning applications for consideration - to consider applications for planning permission as set out below.

Minutes:

The Committee considered the reports of the Business Manager – Strategic

Place, together with comments of public speakers, additional information

reported by the officers and information detailed in the late representations

updates document previously circulated.

18a

NEWTON ABBOT - 19/00283/DEM - Market Square, Market Walk - Demolition of kiosks 1, 2 and 4 pdf icon PDF 370 KB

Minutes:

It was proposed by Councillor J Hook, seconded by Councillor Hayes and

 

Resolved

 

Prior approval not required. The following conditions apply:

1. Development to be carried out in accordance with the submitted details

2. Development must be carried out within a period of 5 years from the date on which the Local Planning Authority received the application and supporting information.  (16 votes for and 0 against)

 

18b

NEWTON ABBOT - 18/02452/FUL - Foxley House, 18 Lonsdale Road - Construction of a single storey garage pdf icon PDF 521 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

It was proposed by Councillor Dewhirst, seconded by Councillor Dennis and

 

Resolved

 

Permission be granted subject to the following conditions:

1. Standard time condition

2. Works in accordance with approved plans

3. External materials sample

4. No additional openings

5. No development shall take place until an engineered design of the foundations and sub-structure of the garage hereby approved has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved engineered design.

(10 votes for, 4 against and 2 abstentions).

 

18c

TEIGNMOUTH - 18/02554/OUT - 17 Heather Close - Outline - dwelling (all matters reserved for future consideration) pdf icon PDF 404 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

It was proposed by Councillor Prowse, seconded by Councillor Bullivant and

 

Resolved

 

Permission be granted subject to the following conditions:

1. Approval of the details of access, layout, scale, landscaping and appearance of the building, (hereinafter called “reserved matters”) shall be obtained from the Local Planning Authority in writing before any development is commenced;

2. Application for approval of reserved matters shall be made to the Local Planning Authority before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission;

3. The development shall be begun before the expiry of two years from the date of the final approval of the reserved matters;

4. Development shall be carried out in accordance with approved plans;

5. Any reserved matters application shall be accompanied by a Drainage Strategy and Plan. The details shall demonstrate the results of infiltrating testing conducted in accordance with Section 3.28 of The Building Regulations (2010) (Drainage and Waste Disposal) (Part H);

6. Any reserved matters application shall be accompanied by a Construction Management Plan. The Construction Management Plan shall specify details of:

(i) the hours of construction works (including hours of site deliveries, parking of vehicles of site operatives and visitors);

(ii) loading and unloading of plant and machinery;

(iii) facilities for the storage of plant, machinery and materials used in the construction of the development;

(iv) the erection and maintenance of security hoardings;

(v) a scheme for the recycling/disposal of waste resulting from the demolition and construction works;

7. As part of any reserved matters application, a Method Statement and Management Plan shall be submitted to the Local Planning Authority for written approval, for the protection of boundary planting during construction. Works shall proceed in strict accordance with the approved Method Statement and Management Plan;

8. The dwelling submitted at reserved matters stage shall be a single storey dwelling with no accommodation within the roof space.

 

Informative:    A note to the applicant be made on any decision issued that the area shown on the plan edged in red is dedicated highway, and this dedication would need to be removed prior to commencement of any permission.

 

(13 votes for and 3 against)

18d

STARCROSS - 19/00049/FUL - 50 Heywood Drive - Two storey side extension pdf icon PDF 404 KB

Minutes:

It was proposed by Councillor Prowse, seconded by Councillor Dewhirst and

 

Resolved

 

Consideration deferred pending a Member site inspection.

(14 votes for and 2 against)

18e

COFFINSWELL - 18/02312/FUL - Pathfield, Daccombe - Use of land for Class B8 storage (caravans, trailers and motor vehicles) pdf icon PDF 359 KB

Minutes:

It was proposed by Councillor Haines, seconded by Councillor Parker and

 

Resolved

 

Permission be refused for the following reasons:

1.     Development in the Countryside contrary to Policy S22.

2.     Effect on the local highway network.

3.     Location in an Area of Great Landscape Value.

(14 votes for and 1 against)

18f

COFFINSWELL - 18/01844/FUL - The Bungalow, Daccombe - Replacement dwelling, detached garage and garden room pdf icon PDF 434 KB

Minutes:

It was proposed by Councillor Haines, seconded by Councillor Dewhirst and

 

Resolved

 

Permission be granted subject to the following conditions:

1. Standard 3 year time limit for commencement;

2. Development to be carried out in accordance with approved plans;

3. Parking to be provided and retained prior to first occupation of the dwelling;

4. Removal of Permitted Development Rights for additional outbuildings, enlargements of the roof of the dwelling and extensions;

5. Landscaping condition for boundary treatment details to be agreed and retained;

6. Sample of stone to be used and roofing slate to be agreed prior to installation;

7. Notwithstanding the submitted application details, the roofing material for the garden room, dwelling and garage shall be natural slate;

8. Garden room shall be used ancillary to the dwelling and shall not be let, leased or disposed of separately from the dwelling;

9. The recommendations and precautions in the ecological survey shall be followed and the ecological enhancement measures in the form of a small roof void in the detached garage shall be implemented;

10. The protective barrier around trees to be retained on site as shown on the submitted tree plan shall be erected prior to commencement of any development on site including the demolition of the existing bungalow, site clearance and bringing materials and machinery onto site and shall be retained on site until the works have been completed and all materials associated with the works and machinery have been removed from site;

11. Construction Management Plan.

12. Surface water drainage shall be provided by means of soakaways

13. Details of the Foul sewage package treatment plant to be installed prior to first installation and prior to occupation of the dwelling.

14. Hard landscaping of either a permeable material or a soakaway drain,

(15 votes for and 0 against)

18g

KINGSTEIGNTON - 18/00942/OUT - Amberley, Broadway Road - Outline application for seven dwellings (approval sought for access and layout) pdf icon PDF 509 KB

Minutes:

It was proposed by Councillor Dennis, seconded by Councillor Prowse and

 

Resolved

 

Consideration deferred pending a Member site inspection.

(12 votes for and 1 against)

19.

Appeal Decisions pdf icon PDF 69 KB

To note appeal decisions made by the Planning Inspectorate.

 

Minutes:

The Committee noted appeal decisions made by the Planning Inspectorate.