Agenda and draft minutes

Venue: Council House, Plymouth

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Items
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42.

Declarations of Interest

Members will be asked to make any declarations of interest in respect of items on this agenda.

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Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest made by Members in accordance with the code of conduct.

43.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 108 KB

The Committee will be asked to confirm the minutes of the meeting held on 10 November 2022.

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Minutes:

The Committee agreed the minutes of the meeting held on 10 November 2022.

44.

Chair's Urgent Business

To receive reports on business which, in the opinion of the Chair, should be brought forward for urgent consideration.

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Minutes:

There were no items of Chair’s urgent business.

45.

Questions from Members of the Public

The Chair will receive and respond to questions from members of the public submitted in accordance with the Council’s procedures. Questions shall not normally exceed 50 words in length and the total length of time allowed for public questions shall not exceed 10 minutes. Any question not answered within the total time allowed shall be the subject of a written response.

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Minutes:

One question was submitted to the Planning Committee:

 

Mr Stoneman submitted the following question – this was read out by the Chair in Mr Stoneman’s absence:

Question:

 

I would like to know why no consideration was given to a planning application that would save energy and create jobs at St Anne’s House PL99SN in a energy and economic crisis when the council policy is to support the hospitality sector in ocean city.

Response:

 

It is not considered appropriate for Planning Committee to comment on specific matters relating to a case which was not presented to and determined by Committee. Each individual planning application has to be considered on its own merits taking in to account all relevant material planning considerations. The officer report for the application will provide an assessment of the matters relevant to the case. If you are unhappy with the decision of the Local Planning Authority then the letter that accompanies the decision notice provides relevant information on the Appeals process.

 

 

 

46.

Planning Applications for consideration

The Service Director for Strategic Planning and Infrastructure will submit a schedule asking Members to consider Applications, Development proposals by Local Authorities and statutory consultations under the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and the Planning (Listed Building and Conservation Areas) Act 1990.

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Minutes:

The Committee considered the following applications, development proposals by local authorities and statutory consultations submitted under the Town and Country Planning Act, 1990, and the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservations Areas) Act, 1990.

 

47.

21 Mutley Road, Plymouth, PL3 4SB - 22/00848/FUL pdf icon PDF 273 KB

Applicant:

Mr N Bishop

Ward: 

Peverell

Recommendation:

Grant Conditionally

 

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Minutes:

Mr N Bishop

Decision:

Application REFUSED on the basis of Design/Overdevelopment contrary to DEV20, Inadequate parking contrary to DEV29, Loss of amenity due to inadequate separation distances contrary to DEV1, Standard of accommodation due to lack of amenity space contrary to DEV10 and Inadequate biodiversity net gain contrary to DEV26.

(The Committee heard from Councillor Dr Mahony, Ward Councillor)

 

(Councillor Nicholson left the meeting at 5.12pm)

 

48.

86 Milehouse Road, Plymouth, PL3 4DA - 22/01453/FUL pdf icon PDF 185 KB

Applicant:

Mr T Mellor

Ward: 

Stoke

Recommendation:

Grant Conditionally

 

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Minutes:

Mr T Mellor

Decision:

Application REFUSED on the basis of inadequate parking contrary to DEV29, loss of amenity due to inadequate separation distances contrary to DEV1, standard of accommodation due to lack of amenity space contrary to DEV35, and overdevelopment contrary to DEV10.

 

(The Committee heard from Councillor Cresswell, Ward Councillor)

49.

Planning Enforcement pdf icon PDF 151 KB

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Minutes:

The Committee noted the Planning Enforcement Report.

50.

Planning Application Decisions Issued pdf icon PDF 391 KB

The Service Director for Strategic Planning and Infrastructure, acting under powers delegated to him by the Council, will submit a schedule outlining all decisions issued since the last meeting, including –

 

1)  Committee decisions;

2)  Delegated decisions, subject to conditions where so indicated;

3)  Applications withdrawn;

4)  Applications returned as invalid.

 

Please note that these Delegated Planning Applications are available to view online at: http://www.plymouth.gov.uk/planningapplicationsv4/welcome.asp

 

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Minutes:

The Committee noted the report from the Assistant Director for Strategic Planning and Infrastructure on decisions issued since the last meeting.

51.

Appeal Decisions

A schedule of decisions made by the Planning Inspectorate on appeals arising from the decision of the City Council will be submitted.  Please note that these Delegated Planning Applications are available to view online at:

 

http://www.plymouth.gov.uk/planningapplicationsv4/welcome.asp 

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Minutes:

The Committee noted the schedule of appeal decisions made by the Planning Inspectorate.

52.

Exempt Business

To consider passing a resolution under Section 100A(4) of the Local Government Act 1972 to exclude the press and public from the meeting for the following item(s) of business on the grounds that it (they) involve(s) the likely disclosure of exempt information as defined in paragraph(s) … of Part 1 of Schedule 12A of the Act, as amended by the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

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Minutes:

There were no items of exempt business.

53.

Schedule of Voting

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Minutes:

Minute Number and Application

Voting for

Voting against

Abstained

Absent due to interest declared

Absent

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21 Mutley Road, Plymouth, PL3 4SB – 22/00848/FUL

Grant Conditionally

 

Application REFUSED on the basis of DEV 20 – Overdevelopment, DEV 29 – Inadequate parking, DEV 1 – loss of amenity due to the insufficient separation distances, as well as concerns over biodiversity.

 

Councillors Darcy, Nicholson, Partridge, Smith, Stoneman, Ms Watkin, Kelly, Poyser, Reilly, Stevens, Tippetts, Tuffin, Tuohy.

 

 

 

48

86 Milehouse Road, Plymouth, PL3 4DA – 22/01453/FUL

Grant Conditionally

 

Application REFUSED on the basis of DEV 20 – Overdevelopment, DEV 29 – Inadequate parking, DEV 1 – loss of amenity due to the insufficient separation distances, as well as concerns over biodiversity.

 

Councillor Poyser.

Councillors Darcy, Partridge, Smith, Stoneman, Ms Watkin, Kelly, Reilly, Stevens, Tippets, Tuohy.

Councillor Tuffin.

 

Councillor Nicholson.