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    Venue: Council Chamber, King George V House, King George V Road, Amersham

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    75.

    Minutes pdf icon PDF 56 KB

    To sign the Minutes of the meeting held on 1 February 2018 previously circulated.

     

    Minutes:

    The Minutes of the meeting of the Committee held on 1 February 2018, copies of which had been previously circulated, were agreed by the Committee and signed by the Chairman as a correct record.

     

    76.

    Declarations of Interest

    Minutes:

    Councillor P Jones declared a personal interest in planning application CH/2017/1958/FA.  Nature of interest – Councillor Jones had attended football matches as a Referee and knew some of the organisers at the football club.  NB. Councillor Jones left the meeting before the application was discussed.

     

    Councillor M Titterington declared a personal interest in planning application CH/2017/1958/FA.  Nature of interest - Councillor Titterington lived four houses away from the entrance to the football ground and his property backed onto the cricket ground. 

     

     

     

    77.

    CH/2014/0018/FA - Windmill Farm, Windmill Hill, Coleshill, Amersham

    Minutes:

    Two storey side extension with basement level (part retrospective)

    Windmill Farm, Windmill Hill, Coleshill, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, HP7 0LZ

     

     

    RESOLVED

     

    To delegate to the Director of Services, in consultation with the Head of Legal  and Democratic Services, to complete the Legal Agreement and to grant conditional planning permission.

     

     

     

    78.

    Items for Noting

    6.1

    Appeal Decisions

    6.2

    Permission/Prior Approval Not Required

    6.3

    Withdrawn Applications

    6.4

    Information Regarding Planning Applications to be Determined

     

    Minutes:

    RESOLVED -

     

    That the reports be noted.

     

    79.

    Report on Main List of Applications pdf icon PDF 1 MB

    Great Missenden

     

    CH/2017/1422/OA

    Ward: Ballinger South Heath And Chartridge

    Page No:   3

    Recommendation: Defer-minded to approve subject to the prior completion of Legal Agreement. Decision delegated to Director of Services.

     

    Former Mushroom Farm, The Limes, Meadow Lane, South Heath, Buckinghamshire, HP16 9SH

     

    Chesham Bois

     

    CH/2017/1824/FA

    Ward: Chesham Bois And Weedon Hill

    Page No:  16

    Recommendation: Conditional permission

     

    Rowanlinden, 70 Long Park, Chesham Bois, Buckinghamshire, HP6 5LF

     

    Chalfont St Peter

     

    CH/2017/1890/FA

    Ward: Austenwood

    Page No:  26

    Recommendation: Conditional permission

     

    Woodfield, 2 Claydon End, Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire, SL9 8JX

     

    Penn

     

    CH/2017/1958/FA

    Ward: Penn And Coleshill

    Page No:  32

    Recommendation: Refuse permission

     

    Penn And Tylers Green Football Club, Elm Road, Penn, Buckinghamshire, HP10 8LG

     

    Great Missenden

     

    CH/2017/2224/FA

    Ward: Prestwood And Heath End

    Page No:  43

    Recommendation: Conditional permission

    1 Wrights Lane, Prestwood, Buckinghamshire, HP16 0LH

     

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    RESOLVED -

     

    1.

     

    That the planning applications be determined in the manner indicated below.

     

    2.

     

    That the Head of Sustainable Development be authorised to include in the decision notices such Planning Conditions and reasons for approval, or reasons for refusal as appropriate, bearing in mind the recommendations in the officer’s report and the Committee discussion.

     

     

    APPLICATIONS

     

    CH/2017/1422/OA

    Former Mushroom Farm, The Limes, Meadow Lane, South Heath, Buckinghamshire, HP16 9SH

     

    An update was given regarding the Flood Risk Assessment now received and objections had been withdrawn.  Three further conditions were added including requirement for a life maintenance plan and SuDS verification report.

     

    One further letter of objection had been received noting potential harm to the garden centre.

     

    The Chairman advised the meeting of Councillor J Gladwin’s concerns with regard to access on this site.

     

    Defer – minded to approve subject to the prior completion of a Legal Agreement.  Decision delegated to the Director of Services in consultation with the Head of Legal and Democratic Services.  Informative 3 to be amended to ensure that the applicant is aware of the importance of maintaining access to the garden centre at all times for customers and delivery vehicles.

     

    Note 1:  Councillor P Jones left the meeting at 6.50 pm.

     

    CH/2017/1824/FA

    Rowanlinden, 70 Long Park, Chesham Bois, Buckinghamshire, HP6 5LF

     

    Speaking for the Objectors, Mr Matthew Sacks

    Speaking for the applicant, Mr Treen of GMT Planning

     

    One further letter of objection had been received.  Officers verbally updated Members that Condition 9 on page 23 of the report (no felling of trees condition) was unnecessary as the site was covered by a Woodland TPO. Officers proposed an alternative Condition, requiring the development to be carried out in accordance with the submitted Arboricultural Report including the tree protection fencing.

     

    Local Members Councillor Harker and Councillor Harris addressed the meeting expressing concern due to the scale of development on site, the impact on neighbours and access for emergency and service vehicles.

     

    Deferred to allow Officers to negotiate with Officers to try and overcome the concerns that were raised by Members regarding the building line and the alignment of the houses, as well as reduce the visual impact when viewed from No. 66 Long Park, to help protect the amenities of that property to a greater degree.

     

    Note 2:  Councillor M Harker and Councillor G Harris left the meeting at 7.40 pm.

     

     

    CH/2017/1890/FA

     

     

    Woodfield, 2 Claydon End, Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire, SL9 8JX

     

    Withdrawn by Officers

     

    CH/2017/1958/FA

    Penn And Tylers Green Football Club, Elm Road, Penn, Buckinghamshire, HP10 8LG

     

    Speaking on behalf of Penn Parish Council, Councillor Kate Dicker

    Speaking for the Objectors, Mr Miles Green of Penn and Tylers Green Residents Association

    Speaking for the applicant, Mr Nigel Miller

     

    Local Member Councillor Waters expressed concerns regarding street lighting in a sensitive location and the height of the proposed floodlights.

     

    Note 3:  Councillor J Cook and Councillor C Jones left the meeting at 7.50 pm.

     

    Refused Permission

     

     

    CH/2017/2224/FA

    1 Wrights Lane, Prestwood, Buckinghamshire, HP16 0LH

     

    Officers verbally advised Members that an update to Condition 4 on page 46 was proposed, to add the word “car” to the condition requiring the parking spaces to be laid out and retained, to highlight that the spaces should be used by cars. 

     

    The Chairman advised the meeting that Councillor Gladwin had called in the application due to concerns regarding parking provision and loss of amenity.

     

    Conditional Permission

     

    80.

    Reports on Alleged Breaches of Planning Control Applications

    Chesham

     

    2017/00121/AB       Ward: St Marys and Waterside        Page   2

     

    Alleged Breach:     Material change of use of land for the display and

    storage of cars for sale.

     

    112 Latimer Road, Chesham, Buckinghamshire, HP5 1QQ

     

     

    Minutes:

    2017/00121/AB        Ward: St Marys and Waterside      

    Alleged Breach:     Material change of use of land for the display and storage of cars for sale.

     

    112 Latimer Road, Chesham. Buckinghamshire. HP5 1QQ

     

     

    RESOLVED

     

     That the Planning Committee authorises the service of such Enforcement Notices pursuant to Section 172 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended) in respect of remedying the breach of planning control as may be considered appropriate by the Director of Services, the precise steps to be taken, period of compliance and the reasons for serving the Notice to be delegated to the Director of Services. In the event of non-compliance with the Notice, the Director of Services having delegated authority to instigate legal proceedings in consultation with the Head of Legal and Democratic Services and/or direct action to secure compliance with the Notice.