Christmas Lights

Village News

Agenda for Strategic Planning Committee on Thursday, 22nd September, 2016, 10.00 am - Cornwall Council

Venue: Council Chamber - County Hall. View directions

Contact: Jacquie Rapier, Democratic Team Leader (Regulatory)

Webcast: View the webcast

Items
No. Item

SP/396

Emergency Evacuation and Domestic Procedures

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Democratic Team Leader (Regulatory) advised of the emergency evacuation and domestic procedures.

 

SP/397

Declarations of Interest

Additional documents:

Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest.

 

SP/398

Minutes of the Meeting held on 25 August 2016 pdf icon PDF 97 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

It was moved by Councillor Greenslade, seconded by Councillor Batters and

RESOLVED that the minutes of the meeting of the Strategic Planning Committee held on 25 August 2016 were correctly recorded and that they be signed by the Chairman.

 

SP/399

PA16-03519 - Hayle Retail Park and Marsh Lane Nature Reserve Marsh Lane Hayle Cornwall Cranford (Hayle) LLP pdf icon PDF 4 MB

Erection of retail development (Class A1), including all associated access, servicing and infrastructure works, car parking, public realm improvements and landscaping together with enhancement works including footpaths, bird hide and landscaping to the nature reserve and surrounding land.

Case Officer: Peter Bainbridge tel 01209 614070 email: Peter.Bainbridge@cornwall.gov.uk

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Principal Development Officer, (PB), outlined the application, including the showing of plans and photographs to the Committee and summarised the key issues. He referred to the Committee update, (previously circulated), which contained details of:-

 

1. Representations from the Hayle & District Chamber of Commerce in support of the application, and retailers.

2. Two further letters of objection and officer comment.

3. A list of points set out in the report at paragraph 60 that should be regarded as not being made.

4. Consultation responses from the Cornwall Wildlife Trust and Council Ecologist.

5. Further clarification and information from the Applicant.

6. Assessment and amended Recommendation.

 

The Principal Development Officer confirmed that the Council’s Ecologist continued to object to the proposal. He further advised of key changes to the scheme since the previous refusal, detailed as follows:-

 

1. Reduction in floor space.

2. Change in retail goods to bulky goods.

3. Confirmation the proposal was sited outside a flood zone and no objections had been received from the Environment Agency.

4. The scheme had been significantly amended to address the previous refusal on cumulative impact.

 

The Principal Development Officer recommended that authority be delegated to the Head of Planning and Enterprise to approve Application No PA16/03519 subject to referral to the National Planning Case Unit, the completion of a Section 106 Agreement and conditions as set out in the Committee update and report.

 

Mr Russell Clark attended the meeting, was permitted to speak and spoke against the application.

Ms Cheryl Marriott, (Cornwall Wildlife Trust), attended the meeting, was permitted to speak, spoke against the application and answered questions put by Members.

Councillor Nick Farrar, Mayor of Hayle Town Council, attended the meeting, was permitted to speak, spoke against the application and answered questions put by Members.

Ms April Osborne attended the meeting, was permitted to speak, spoke in support of the application and answered question put by Members

Mr Roger Birtles, on behalf of Cranford Developments, was permitted to speak, spoke in support of the application and answered question put by Members

Councillor Pollard, (Adjoining Electoral Division Member), made the following points in support of the application:

1. Vision for the future had always included the growth of Marsh Lane, the relationship with the town would be complemented by the development of the site.

2. The previous 2 proposals for the site had been supported by the Hayle Town Council.

3. The development would provide a clear division of growth between Hayle and Angarrack.

4. There were safeguarding elements that could be put in place to protect wildlife.

5. There would be no negative impact in respect of flooding if the site was developed.

Councillor Coombe, (Electoral Division Member), made the following points in support of the application:

1. The application had been previously refused for only one reason; retail impact, the applicants had addressed this point and amended the scheme.

2. The Environment Agency had accepted the Ecologist’s mitigation for long term management of the ecology of the site. ... view the full minutes text for item SP/399

SP/400

PA16-04953 - Little Trevease, Trevease, Constantine, Cornwall. TR11 5QU Little T Solar Limited pdf icon PDF 2 MB

Variation of condition 9 attached to decision notice PA12/04124 dated 26th October 2012 to allow for 5 years extension to the operational life of the solar farm. Replace the words "25 years and six months" with the words "30 years and six months"

Case Officer: Ellis Crompton-Brown Tel: 01872 224453 email:ecrompton@cornwall.gov.uk

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Senior Development Officer, (ECB), outlined the application, including the showing of plans and photographs to the Committee and summarised the key issues. He referred to the Committee update, (previously circulated), which contained details of a consultation response received from Wendron Parish Council concerning the visual impact and concern on the neighbouring small rural community.

 

The Senior Development Officer advised of an amendment in the report and confirmed the proposal was sited 250 metres from the road.

 

The Senior Development Officer recommended that Application No. PA16/04953 be approved subject to conditions as set out in the report.

 

Mr Richard Jenkins attended the meeting, was permitted to speak, spoke in support of the application and answered questions put by Members.

Councillor Jenkin, (Electoral Division Member), made the following points in relation to the application:

1. Issues had been raised by local residents in regard to the impact on the open area of landscape and the view from houses of a ‘grey area’.

2. The landscape could be enhanced by adequate screening to be planted in keeping with natural species.

 

Councillor Bastin, (adjoining Electoral Division Member), confirmed there were properties within his Division which were influenced by the design and he confirmed he would be supportive of additional screening.

Following the presentationsthe officers responded to Members’ questions regarding:-

1. As part of the screening for the area discussion could take place with the Electoral Division Member to ensure adequate screening was planted.

A full and detailed debate ensued, the main points of which were noted as follows:-

 

1. A number of certain species had limited growth and were not appropriate to be grown in the area.

 

Arising from consideration of the report and debate it was moved by Councillor Webber, seconded by Councillor Chamberlain, and on a vote of 15 votes in favour, 1 against and 3 abstentions, it was:-

 

RESOLVED that Application No. PA16/04953 be approved subject to conditions as set out in the report including the additional condition not in the original permission in relation to the planting of appropriate screening in keeping with the natural landscape, in consultation with the Electoral Division Member.

 

The reasons given by the Proposer for wishing to approve the application were that:-

 

1. Subject to appropriate mitigation and the recommended conditions, the proposed development was considered to be acceptable in relation to policies.

2. The development would assist in contributing towards renewable energy generation, maximizing environmental and economic benefits whilst minimising adverse local impacts.

 

SP/401

PA16-04955 - Land off Mountside Road Mountside Road Par Cornwall Wainhomes (SW) Holdings Limited pdf icon PDF 4 MB

Hybrid Planning Application Comprising: Outline Planning Application (All Matters Reserved apart from access) for 5.44ha of Land for approximately 103 dwellings, extension to Kingdom Hall for additional parking, 2,500m2 of allotments, provision of school drop off with turning facilities including additional parking for allotments, in addition to footpath / cycle connection from Mountside Road to Lamellyn Road and detailed application for 86 no residential dwellings with associated access roads, footways, parking, landscaping, drainage and open spaces.

Case Officer: Stephen Kirby tel: 01726 223435 email:Stephen.Kirby@cornwall.gov.uk

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Principal Development Officer, (SK), outlined the application, including the showing of plans and photographs to the Committee and summarised the key issues. He referred to the Committee update, (previously circulated), which contained details of:-

 

1. Detail in regard to the submission of revised plans.

2. 3 additional representations in objection.

3. Consultee advice received from the landscaping team, the Environment Agency, Cornwall Council Flood Drainage Team (Local Flood Authority).

4. Details in regard to Condition 20 Part A and Part B.

5. Summary of representations made by the Electoral Division and adjacent Electoral Division Member.

6. Case Officer update.

7. Amended recommendation and conditions.

 

The Principal Development Officer referred to page 96 of the report which contained details in regard to the Public Inquiry due to be held in March 2017. He referred to main changes to Phase 1 of the Scheme, as detailed in the Committee update and recommended that authority be delegated to the Head of Planning and Enterprise to approve Hybrid Application No. PA16/04955, subject to conditions as set out in the report and Committee update.

 

Mr Ian Roach, (Applicant) attended the meeting, was permitted to speak, spoke in support of the application and answered questions by Members.

Mr Ian Awcock, attended the meeting, was permitted to speak, spoke in support of the application and answered questions by Members.

Councillor Roy Taylor, (Adjacent Electoral Division Member), and on behalf of the St Blaise Town Council, made the following points in relation to the application:-

1. Concern that according the County Records Office there were a high number of mine adits located in the area of the site.

2. Development of the site would increase the risk of flooding upstream of the site, including the properties located within Manor View.

3. Concern that the additional traffic would add pressure to the existing high volume of traffic around the school and would add to safety issues.

4. The additional development would increase pressure on the local infrastructure including increased capacity on the NHS and doctors surgery.

Following the presentationsthe officers responded to Members’ questions regarding:-

1. In response to concern raised in regard to surface water management issues, further drainage technical matters, including drainage below ground into the mining adits, it was confirmed that the matters were raised with the Environment Agency and he referred to mitigation measures, as outlined in the Conditions 20 Parts A & B as set out in the report.

2. The landowner was normally responsible for mine adit water.

3. The drainage design meets critical robust design as set out in the proposed amended conditions.

4. In response to a question regarding exploration of the speed of water flows off site, it was confirmed that the implementation of drainage systems could manage water in a more sustainable way, investigations were needed to see where the water was going.

5. Confirmation that the Consultant and Developer had agreed to work with the Environment Agency and SWW to undertake required investigation surveys ... view the full minutes text for item SP/401

SP/402

List of Appeals Decisions Received of Appeals Lodged and Dates of Public Inquiries pdf icon PDF 70 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The list of planning appeal decisions received, of appeals lodged and dates of inquiries was noted.

 

 

via https://democracy.cornwall.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=618&MId=6666&...

Book page

TitleCreated
180726 | Planning application PA18/05586 "refurbishment and conversion of Loggans Mill building into 16 apartments" 11 hours 10 min agoBook page
180917 | PA18/02360/PREAPP | Planning Performance Agreement (PPA) for residential development | Foundry Yard Foundry Lane Hayle 1 week 17 hours agoBook page
180911 | Press Release | Hayle proposes a solution to Cornwall Council boundary dispute 1 week 2 days agoBook page
180911 | Hayle proposes a solution to Cornwall Council boundary dispute | Hayle Town Council 1 week 4 days agoBook page
Item 12 Boundary Review | 6 September 2018, Agenda of Full Council (Revised) | Hayle Town Council 1 week 4 days agoBook page
180905 | PA18/08278 | Submission of details to discharge conditions 2 and 3 in respect of PA18/00896. - The Angarrack Inn 12 Ste 2 weeks 4 days agoBook page
180824 | PA18/00216 | Submission of details to discharge conditions 5, 7 and 9 in respect of Decision Notice PA10/08329 dated 20 2 weeks 4 days agoBook page
1806 | Draft Recommendations | Cornwall | LGBCE Site 2 weeks 5 days agoBook page
1806 | Hayle Gwinear-Gwithian & Hayle East and Hayle West | Draft Recommendations | Cornwall | LGBCE Site 2 weeks 5 days agoBook page
180903 | Council to consider final response on where new electoral division boundaries should be - Cornwall Council 2 weeks 5 days agoBook page
180903 | Boundary changes recommended by electoral panel to be discussed by Cornwall Council | Falmouth Packet via Googlenews 2 weeks 5 days agoBook page
Hedgehog friendly village 3 weeks 16 hours agoBook page

tags for Agenda for Strategic Planning Committee on Thursday, 22nd September, 2016, 10.00 am - Cornwall Council

Jeremy Rowe LD | Egloshayle, St Breock, St Ervan, St Eval, St Issey, St Mabyn & St Tudy