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Strategic Planning Meeting regarding Retail Park Developments PA14/02920 PA14/00532 | Cornwall Council

Dec 3 , 2014 - Wed - 7:30 pm

SPECIAL FULL COUNCIL MEETING

Members of the public have the right to speak at meetings of the Strategic Planning Committee during consideration of planning applications.  Registration to speak at the meeting must be made with Democratic Services and should be received no later than 12 noon on 16 December 2014(two working days) before the Strategic Planning Committee meeting at which you wish to speak.  Forms to register to speak are available to download from the Council’s website or may be obtained by telephoning Democratic Services on 01209 614385.ster your intention to speak at the venue just before the meeting begins.

Webcast: View the webcast

Venue: Council Chamber, Cornwall Council, County Hall, Truro TR1 3AY. View directions

According to Strategic Planning Committee - https://democracy.cornwall.gov.uk/ieListMeetings.aspx?CommitteeId=618 and https://democracy.cornwall.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=618&MId=5654&...

 

Agenda

Strategic Planning Committee
Thursday, 18th December, 2014 10.00 am

Venue: Council Chamber, Cornwall Council, County Hall, Truro TR1 3AY. View directions

Contact: Vickie Hacking, Senior Democratic Services Officer 

Webcast: View the webcast

Items
No. Item

1.

Emergency Evacuation and Domestic Procedures

2.

Apologies for Absence

3.

Declarations of Interest

4.

Minutes of the Meeting held on 20 November 2014 pdf icon PDF 145 KB

5.

Minutes of the Meeting held on 2 December 2014 pdf icon PDF 65 KB


Public Speaking and Attendance Information

Members of the public have the right to speak at meetings of the Strategic Planning Committee during consideration of planning applications.  Registration to speak at the meeting must be made with Democratic Services and should be received no later than 12 noon on 16 December 2014(two working days) before the Strategic Planning Committee meeting at which you wish to speak.  Forms to register to speak are available to download from the Council’s website or may be obtained by telephoning Democratic Services on 01209 614385.  We would like to know your views on Strategic Planning Committee meetings and would therefore appreciate it if you would complete a feedback form which will be available at the meeting or can be accessed on the internet from the following link https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/Default.aspx?page=28874.

 

6.

Applications for Consideration

Members are encouraged, in the interests of time efficiency at the meeting, to contact the case officer prior to the meeting should they have any questions or comments on any of the following applications.

6.1

PA14/00532 Cranford (Hayle) LLP: Hayle Shopping Park And Marsh Lane Nature Reserve Marsh Lane Hayle Cornwall TR27 5LX pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Erection of retail development comprising Class A1 and Class A3 and/or A1 units, including all associated access, servicing and infrastructure works, car parking, public realm improvements and landscaping together with enhancement works including footpaths, car parking, bird hide and landscaping to the nature reserve and surrounding land and hydrological improvement works

 

CASE OFFICER: Jeremy Content on 01209 614064 or email Jeremy.Content@cornwall.gov.uk

 

Additional documents:

6.2

PA14/02920 Hayle Community Rugby Facilities Ltd: Hayle Rugby Club 10 Marsh Lane Hayle Cornwall TR27 5HX pdf icon PDF 909 KB

Outline application with some matters reserved for proposed development of up to 15,539 sqm. (gross) retail development (A1/A3), associated infrastructure, access arrangements, servicing, parking and landscaping.

 

CASE OFFCIER: Jeremy Content on 01209 614064 on Jeremy.Content@cornwall.gov.uk

 

 

 

Additional documents:

6.3

PA14/07450 Jackamax Ltd: HX1 Helston Urban Extension Land West Of Trewennack Trewennack Helston Cornwall pdf icon PDF 946 KB

Outline application for up to 340 residential dwellings (including affordable homes), building for use for B1 offices and medical practice, means of access and all other matters reserved.

 

CASE OFFCIER: Peter Bainbridge on 01209 614070 or Peter.Bainbridge@cornwall.gov.uk

 

 

Additional documents:

6.4

PA14/07792 Living Villages (Newham Farm) Ltd: Higher Newham Farm Truro Cornwall TR1 2SN pdf icon PDF 2 MB

Outline application for a sustainable new community farm and village comprising the following uses:

Community Farm run as an educational facility offering land based accredited agricultural courses with livestock grazing and horticultural uses (including associated agricultural / horticultural / education building provision of up to 1400 sqm Gross Floor Area);

Horticultural land parcel (including building provision of up to 3500sqm Gross Floor Area);

Growing area for community and educational usage comprising orchards, woodlands and allotments;

Village housing comprising up to 155 dwellings (C3 use) and associated parking, internal roads, landscaping and recycling centre;

Community hub consisting of renovated farm buildings and new build premises:

-  Restaurant, ancillary spaces and produce sales (A3 use of up to 260sqm and A1 use of up to 15sqm Gross Floor Area),

-  Cook School (D1 use of up to 120sqm Gross Floor Area),

-  Small scale shops (A1 uses of up to 95sqm Gross Floor Area),

-  Workshops / Studio / Gallery / Office (B2/D1 uses up to 180sqm and B1 uses up to 60sqm Gross Floor Area),

-  Holiday Let and Course Accommodation (C2 and C3 uses up to 300sqm Gross Floor Area)

Vehicular access from A39 and pedestrian/ cycle links to Higher Newham Lane, Morlaix Avenue and former railway track;

Associated foul and surface water infrastructure and public open space including equipped play.

Demolition of the 'White Cottage' and associated outbuildings.

 

 

CASE OFFCIER: Tim Marsh on 01872 224343 or email TMarsh@cornwall.gov.uk

 

 

6.5

PA14/08958 Mr Andrew Williams: Higher Margate Bodmin Cornwall PL31 1HE pdf icon PDF 765 KB

Construction of a 3 megawatt peak ground mounted solar photovoltaic array within two fields to the east of the A30 at Newton's Margate, Bodmin to provide renewable energy supply for local business at Newton's Margate Industrial Estate

 

CASE OFFICER: Michelle Billing on 01726 223457 or email Michelle.Billing@cornwall.gov.uk

 

6.6

PA14/08272 Electro Green Power Ltd: Villaton Farm and Killarney, Boyton, Launceston PL15 8NT pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Construction of solar photovoltaic park and attendant infrastructure.

 

CASE OFFICER: Helen Blacklock on 01872 224788 or email hblacklock@cornwall.gov.uk

 

 

6.7

PA14/08270 Electro Green Power Ltd: Land at Hornacott, West Ditchin, North Tamerton, PL15 9RN pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Construction of solar photovoltaic park and attendant infrastructure

 

CASE OFFICER: Helen Blacklock on 01872 224788 or email  hblacklock@cornwall.gov.uk

 

 

6.8

PA14/00699 Asda Stores Ltd (Ms C Tetlow): Land At South Quay Hayle Cornwall pdf icon PDF 2 MB

Variation of condition 30 attached to decision notice PA12/10064  to allow up to 40% of the foodstore's net retail sales area to be used for comparison goods

 

CASE OFFCIER: Jeremy Content on 01209 614064 or email  Jeremy.Content@cornwall.gov.uk

 

 

Additional documents:

6.9

PA14/10492 Broadley Park Properties Limited and W M Morrison Supermarkets PLC: Land Adjoining Existing Pentewan Retail Park Pentewan Road St Austell PL25 5BU pdf icon PDF 883 KB

Variation of condition 18 (opening hours) attached to decision notice PA12/06049 (Demolition of 2 dwellings and construction of new food and non food superstore with associated service yard, customer car parking, external lighting and landscaping together with associated highway works and alterations to existing retail car park and access.

 

CASE OFFICER: Gemma Dunn on 01726 223558 or email gemma.dunn@cornwall.gov.uk

 

 

7.

Items to Note

7.1

List of Planning Appeal Decisions Received, of Appeals Lodged and dates of Public Inquiries pdf icon PDF 73 KB

8.

Any Other Business which the Chairman Considers of Urgency

NB: The Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985 prohibits the consideration of any items which have not appeared on the agenda for the meeting unless the Chairman is prepared to certify that a proposed item is ‘urgent’.  An urgent item dictates that a decision must be made and, if this is the case, it must be as a result of a formal written report.  If urgent, the special circumstances which make it so must be spelled out to the meeting.

 

 

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