Agenda and draft minutes

Planning Committee
Thursday, 13th August, 2020 1.00 pm

Venue: Via Skype

Contact: Democratic Services  Email: democratic.services@bcpcouncil.gov.uk

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Items
No. Item

17.

Apologies

To receive any apologies for absence from Members.

Minutes:

Apologies were received from Cllr T Trent and Members were also advised that Cllr S McCormack would be joining the meeting late.

 

 

18.

Substitute Members

To receive information on any changes in the membership of the Committee.

 

Note – When a member of a Committee is unable to attend a meeting of a Committee or Sub-Committee, the relevant Political Group Leader (or their nominated representative) may, by notice to the Monitoring Officer (or their nominated representative) prior to the meeting, appoint a substitute member from within the same Political Group. The contact details on the front of this agenda should be used for notifications. 

 

Minutes:

Notification was received from the nominated representative of the relevant
Political Group Leader that Cllr M Brooke would substitute for Cllr T Trent for this meeting of the Committee.

 

 

19.

Declarations of Interests

Councillors are requested to declare any interests on items included in this agenda. Please refer to the workflow on the preceding page for guidance.

Declarations received will be reported at the meeting.

Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest made

 

20.

Confirmation of Minutes pdf icon PDF 207 KB

To confirm and sign as a correct record the minutes of the Meeting held on 23 July 2020

Minutes:

Subject to the amendment of the minute numbering, the Minutes of the meeting held on 23 July 2020 were approved for signing as a correct record.

 

 

21.

Public Issues pdf icon PDF 138 KB

To receive any requests to speak on planning applications which the Planning Committee is considering at this meeting.

 

The deadline for the submission of requests to speak is 12 noon on Wednesday 12 August 2020. Requests should be submitted to Democratic Services using the contact details on the front of this agenda.

 

Further information about how public speaking is managed at virtual meetings is contained in the Protocol for Public Speaking at Planning Committee which is included with this agenda sheet and is available on the Council’s website at the following address:

 

https://democracy.bcpcouncil.gov.uk/documents/s18186/Protocol%20for%20Public%20Statements%20at%20Planning%20Committee.pdf

 

Note: The public speaking procedure is separate from and is not intended to replicate or replace the procedure for submitting a written representation on a planning application to the Planning Offices during the consultation period.

Minutes:

There were several public statements received relating to the applications
considered by the Planning Committee. As per the Protocol for Public
Speaking, the Democratic Officer read out the written statements before the
Chairman invited those Ward Councillors who had requested to speak, to
address the Committee.

 

 

22.

Schedule of Planning Applications pdf icon PDF 2 MB

To consider the planning applications as listed below.

 

See planning application reports circulated at 6a-6h, as updated by the agenda addendum sheet to be published on 12 August 2020.

 

Councillors are requested where possible to submit any technical questions on planning applications to the Case Officer at least 48 hours before the meeting to ensure this information can be provided at the meeting.

 

The running order in which planning applications will be considered will be as listed on this agenda sheet.

 

The Chairman retains discretion to propose an amendment to the running order at the meeting if it is considered expedient to do so.

 

Members will appreciate that the copy drawings attached to planning application reports are reduced from the applicants’ original and detail, in some cases, may be difficult to read. The submitted drawings can be viewed by using the relevant planning register for this meeting, online at:

 

https://planning.christchurchandeastdorset.gov.uk/search.aspx?auth=1&AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1

 

https://www.bournemouth.gov.uk/planningbuilding/CurrentPlanningApplications/PlanningApplicationRegister.aspx

 

https://www.poole.gov.uk/planning-and-building-control/planning/planning-applications/find-a-planning-application/

 

Councillors are advised that if they wish to refer to specific drawings or plans which are not included in these papers, they should contact the Case Officer at least 48 hours before the meeting to ensure that these can be made available.

 

Development Plans for the BCP Council area are available to view online at:

 

https://www.bournemouth.gov.uk/planningbuilding/PlanningPolicy/Local-Plan-Documents/Local-Plan-Documents.aspx

 

https://www.poole.gov.uk/planning-and-building-control/planning-policy-and-guidance/

 

https://www.christchurch.gov.uk/planning-buildings-land/planning-policy/christchurch/christchurch-borough-council-local-plan.aspx

 

Minutes:

The Chairman advised that the items at 6c and 6e had been withdrawn from the agenda and would therefore not be discussed. He subsequently reordered the agenda due to some technical difficulties.

 

23.

Merley Court Touring Park, Wimborne, BH21 3AA pdf icon PDF 281 KB

(Bearwood and Merley)

 

APP/19/01586/C

 

Change of use of land for the stationing of 99 static caravans for permanent residential occupation.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

This item was not discussed.

 

 

24.

30-34 Panarama Road, Poole, BH13 7RD pdf icon PDF 371 KB

(Canford Cliffs)

 

APP/19/00818/P

 

Demolition of existing buildings and erection of 4 storey block comprising - Basement - parking, cycle and bin stores to serve residential development - Ground floor - boat yard cafe/restaurant and office (as part of the Sandbanks Yacht Company composite boat yard use) and estate agents office - First, 2nd and 3rd floors - 15 residential apartments (12 x 2 bed and 3 x 1 bed)

Additional documents:

Minutes:

This item was not discussed.

 

 

 

25.

4 Queens Park Avenue, Bournemouth, BH8 9LG pdf icon PDF 375 KB

(Queens Park)

 

7-2019-16827-E

 

Alterations, extensions, formation of dormer windows and conversion of dwelling house to 5 flats with cycle store, modification of vehicular access and formation of parking space

Additional documents:

Minutes:

(Queens Park)

7-2019-16827-E

Alterations, extensions, formation of dormer windows and conversion of
dwelling house to 5 flats with cycle store, modification of vehicular access
and formation of parking space.

 

v  IN OBJECTION –

 

Stephen Blandamer

Andrew Treadwell

 

v  IN SUPPORT –

 

Darryl Howells

 

v  VERBAL STATEMENTS –

 

Cllr M Anderson (Ward Councillor)

 

RESOLVED that the application be granted planning permission in line with the recommendation as set out in the report with an amendment to Condition 9 to read as follows:

 

Revised condition 9

 

The proposed windows on the east elevation serving the kitchen to unit 4 & bathroom and bedroom 1 to unit 5 & bedroom 1 of unit 5 within the west elevation shall be of high level type (minimum 1.75m internal sill height above finished internal floor level). In addition, the high level windows serving the bathroom to unit 1 on the front (north) elevation shall be glazed with obscure glass to a level equivalent to Pilkington Level 3 or above (or the nearest equivalent standard). The windows permanently retained as such unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

 

Reason: To prevent undue overlooking of the adjoining residential property and in accordance with Policy CS41 of the Bournemouth Local Plan: Core Strategy (October 2012).

 

Voting:

 

For – 12

Against – 1

 

 

26.

Hurn Quarry, Hurn Court Lane, Christchurch, BH23 6AX pdf icon PDF 568 KB

(Commons)

 

8/20/0016/CONDR

 

Extension to sand and gravel extraction at Hurn Quarry followed by filling with imported inert materials and restoration - Variation of Condition 1 (Time limit - Commencement of Development) and Condition 6 (Pre-Commencement - Archaeology) of App 8/16/2010/DCC to - Extend the end date of Hurn Quarry to support the restoration of the Western Extension.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

(Commons)

8/20/0016/CONDR

Extension to sand and gravel extraction at Hurn Quarry followed by filling with imported inert materials and restoration - Variation of Condition 1 (Time limit - Commencement of Development) and Condition 6 (Pre-Commencement - Archaeology) of App 8/16/2010/DCC to - Extend the end date of Hurn Quarry to support the restoration of the Western Extension.

 

v  IN OBJECTION –

 

No statements received.

 

v  IN SUPPORT –

 

Nick Dunn

Rob Flower

 

v  VERBAL STATEMENTS –

 

Cllr Phipps

 

RESOLVED that the application be granted planning permission in line with the recommendation as set out in the report with an amendment to Condition 2 to read as follows:

 

Condition 2:

Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the mineral planning authority, no development shall be carried out other than in strict accordance with the approved plans, schemes and details submitted as part of the original planning application number: 8/2001/0192; plans and details approved under planning permission 8/16/2011, as listed below; and other plans and details approved under the requirements of these conditions.

 

DRG No: 347D 01-01 Location Plan

 

Drawing No. ST1 4939 -002 Plant Site Area

 

Approved Hydrology Details

 

The development shall be carried out in full accordance with the approved plans, schemes and details for the duration of this permission.

 

Reason: To manage the development in the interests of ensuring that the permission is implemented correctly thereby avoiding, reducing or mitigating the environmental effects of the development having regard to: Policies SS1; SS2; AS1; CC1; RS1; RS2; DM1; DM2; DM3; DM4; DM5; DM7; DM8; DM9and Policy DM10 of the Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole Minerals Strategy; and Policies 1; 16; 12 and 8 of the Bournemouth, Christchurch, Poole and Dorset Waste Plan 2019

 

Voting:

 

For - Unanimous

 

 

27.

Hurn Quarry, Hurn Court Lane, Christchurch, BH23 6AX pdf icon PDF 568 KB

(Commons)

 

8/20/0017/CONDR

 

Extension to sand and gravel extraction at Hurn Quarry, Dorset, followed by filling with imported materials and restoration - the deletion of condition 3 (Limit and Depth of Extraction) of App. No. 8/16/2011/DCC to avoid the sterilization of 305,168 tonnes of sub-groundwater mineral and the variations of condition 2 (Development to be in accordance with approved plans) and condition 18 (Throughput and type of waste) to adopt a revised scheme of working and the volume of imported restoration materials.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

(Commons)

8/20/0017/CONDR

Extension to sand and gravel extraction at Hurn Quarry, Dorset, followed by
filling with imported materials and restoration - the deletion of condition 3
(Limit and Depth of Extraction) of App. No. 8/16/2011/DCC to avoid the
sterilization of 305,168 tonnes of sub-groundwater mineral and the variations of condition 2 (Development to be in accordance with approved plans) and condition 18 (Throughput and type of waste) to adopt a revised scheme of working and the volume of imported restoration materials.

 

v  IN OBJECTION –

 

No statements received.

 

v  IN SUPPORT –

 

Nick Dunn

Rob Flower

 

v  VERBAL STATEMENTS –

 

Cllr Phipps

 

RESOLVED that the application be granted planning permission in line with the recommendation as set out in the report with an amendment to Conditions 2 and 8 to read as follows:

 

Condition 2:

Unless otherwise approved in writing by the waste planning authority, the development hereby permitted shall be carried out in strict accordance with the details shown on the following plans and drawings submitted as part of the application:

 

DRG No. 347D-01-01  Location Plan

DRG No. 347D-01-02  Site Plan

ST14939-002   Plant Site Area

ST14939-003   Site Setting

DRG No. 347D-01-03  Phase 1A (as existing)

DRG No. 347D-01-04  Phase 1B

DRG No. 347D-01-05  Phase 2A

DRG No. 347D-01-06  Phase 2B

DRG No. 347D-01-07  Phase 3

DRG No. 347D-01-08 Phase 4

DRG No. 347D-01-09  Phase 5A

DRG No. 347D-01-010 Phase 5B

DRG No. 347D-01-011  Sections

 

Working and restoration shall proceed in a phased manner, as shown in the cited drawings. A 125 metre de-watering standoff shall be maintained around Dals House as shown, within which mineral extraction will remain above the water table.

 

Reason: For the avoidance of doubt and to control the form of development in the interests of safeguarding the local environmental and amenity of local residents having regard to: the Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole Minerals Strategy; the Bournemouth, Christchurch, Poole and Dorset Waste Plan 2019; and the Christchurch and East Dorset Local Plan: Part 1 – Core Strategy

 

Condition 8:

No development shall take place until the details of the electric generators to be used within the site and the make and model of reversing alarm that is to be used on mobile plant, have been submitted to and approved in writing by the mineral planning authority. Only the approved generators shall be positioned and reversing alarms used on any mobile plant shall be operated within the site. Changes to the make and model of generator or reversing alarm shall only be undertaken with the prior written approval of the mineral planning authority. 

 

Reason: In accordance with the application proposal and to safeguard amenity having particular regard to: Policies SS1; SS2; AS1; CC1; RS1; RS2; DM1; DM2; DM3; DM4; DM5;  DM7; DM8; DM9 and Policy DM10 of the Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole Minerals Strategy;  Policies 1; 16; 12 and 8 of the Bournemouth, Christchurch,  Poole and Dorset Waste Plan 2019.

 

Voting:

 

For – Unanimous

 

Note: Cllr S McCormack joined the meeting during the discussion of  ...  view the full minutes text for item 27.

28.

72 Lincoln Road, Poole, BH12 2HU pdf icon PDF 173 KB

(Newtown and Heatherlands)

 

APP/20/00299/F 

 

Retrospective application for flat roof single storey rear extension and erection of 2 outbuildings and raised patio to the rear of the site. Re-roof and increase the eaves height of the existing bungalow. New boundary treatment to the rear of the site.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

(Newtown and Heatherlands)

APP/20/00299/F

Retrospective application for flat roof single storey rear extension and
erection of 2 outbuildings and raised patio to the rear of the site. Re-roof and increase the eaves height of the existing bungalow. New boundary treatment to the rear of the site.

 

 

v  IN OBJECTION –

 

Elizabeth Magee

 

v  IN SUPPORT –

 

None.

 

v  VERBAL STATEMENTS –

 

Cllr M Earl

 

RESOLVED that the application be granted planning permission in line with the recommendation as set out in the report with an amendment to Conditions 6 and 7 to read as follows:

 

6. Notwithstanding the plans hereby approved, full details of the proposed materials and external finishes of the boundary treatment and retaining structure to be erected to the application site's rear (south west) boundary shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority before any further works are undertaken pursuant to the implementation of this planning permission. The approved scheme shall thereafter be implemented as the first operation undertaken pursuant to the implementation of this planning permission and thereafter retained at all times.

 

Reason-

To protect the reasonable amenities of adjacent residents in Fortescue Road and in accordance with the provisions of Policy PP27 of the Poole Local Plan adopted 2018

 

7. Notwithstanding the provisions of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015 and the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 or any subsequent re-enactments thereof, the flat roof area of the extension hereby permitted shall not be used as a balcony, roof garden or similar amenity area.

 

Reason -

To protect the amenity and privacy of adjoining residential properties and in accordance with Policy PP27 of the Poole Local Plan (November 2018)

 

Voting:

 

For – 13

Abstain – 1

 

 

29.

44 Western Road, Poole, BH13 6EU pdf icon PDF 479 KB

(Canford Cliffs)

 

APP/20/00247/F

 

Demolish existing garage and outbuilding, sever land and erect a pair of 3 bedroom semi detached houses with parking.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

(Canford Cliffs)

APP/20/00247/F

Demolish existing garage and outbuilding, sever land and erect a pair of 3
bedroom semi detached houses with parking.

 

v  IN OBJECTION –

 

Dugald Eadie

Andrew Elliott

 

v  IN SUPPORT –

 

Matt Annen

Mark Adams

 

v  VERBAL STATEMENTS –

 

Cllr M Iyengar (Ward Councillor)

 

RESOLVED that the application be granted planning permission in line with the recommendation as set out in the report with an amendment to Condition 10 to read as follows:

 

10. The whole of the light green shaded areas within the 'red line' boundary of the application site on approved drawing no. 9237/200 (Rev. F) (received 14th July 2020) shall be provided and made available as garden space for the benefit of the occupiers of the two dwellings hereby approved prior to the first occupation of either dwelling. These areas shall thereafter be retained at all times within the curtilages of the two houses hereby permitted and for the benefit only of the occupiers of the two houses hereby permitted.

 

Reason-

To ensure the provision and subsequent retention of sufficient usable external amenity space to serve the proposed dwellings and in accordance with the provisions of Policies PP27 (d) and PP28(2) of the Poole Local Plan adopted 2018

 

 

Voting:

 

For – 8

Against – 6

 

 

30.

50 Throopside Avenue, Bournemouth, BH9 3NR pdf icon PDF 157 KB

(Muscliff and Strouden Park)

 

7-2020-2799-BA

 

Alterations and conversion of garage to form additional living space.

 

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

(Muscliff and Strouden Park)

7-2020-2799-BA

Alterations and conversion of garage to form additional living space.

 

v  IN OBJECTION –

 

None.

 

v  IN SUPPORT –

 

None.

 

v  VERBAL STATEMENTS –

 

None.

 

RESOLVED that the application be granted planning permission in line with the recommendation as set out in the report.

 

Voting:

 

For - Unanimous