Agenda and draft minutes

Planning Committee - Thursday, 11th November, 2021 2.30 pm

Venue: Council Chamber, Rushcliffe Arena, Rugby Road, West Bridgford

Contact: Tracey Coop  0115 9148277

Items
No. Item

15.

Declarations of Interest

a) Under the Code of Conduct

 

b) Under the Planning Code

Minutes:

As Nottinghamshire County Councillor’s and members of Nottinghamshire County Council’s planning committee, Councillor R Upton, Councillor R Butler and Councillor F Purdue-Horan declared a non-pecuniary interest on application 21/00804/CTY and would not take part in the discussion and vote.

 

Councillor C Thomas declared an interest as Ward Councillor on application 21/00804/CTY.

 

 

16.

Minutes of the Meeting held on pdf icon PDF 481 KB

Minutes:

The minutes of the meeting held on 14 October 2021 were approved as a true record and signed by the Chairman.

17.

Planning Applications pdf icon PDF 388 KB

The report of the Director – Development and Economic Growth.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Committee considered the written report of the Director – Development and Economic Growth relating to the following applications, which had been circulated previously.

 

20/02670/FUL – Erection of 77 dwellings with landscaping, public open space and associated infrastructure (revised scheme) – Land At Hillside Farm, Bunny Lane, Keyworth, Nottinghamshire.

 

Update

 

Additional representations were received after the agenda was published and were circulated to the Committee before the meeting.

 

In accordance with the Council’s Public speaking Protocol for Planning Committee, Mr R Galij (Applicant), Ms M Butler (Objector) and Councillor A Edyvean (Ward Councillor) addressed the Committee.

 

Comments

 

Members of the Committee expressed their concerns in respect of the proximity of the development to the neighbouring farm and sewage treatment plant and the likely odour, noise, dust and flies which would emanate from them. Although mitigation measures to eliminate odour and noise were proposed, members of the Committee did not consider that these were adequate and that the amenity of the future residents of the development would be affected.

 

DECISION

 

PLANNING PERMISSION BE REFUSED FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS

 

1.            It has not been adequately demonstrated that there would be adequate mitigation for the odour/noise/dust and flies created by the neighbouring farm and sewage treatment plant. This would result in an unsatisfactory level of amenity for occupiers of the proposed new housing plots and would be contrary to Policy 4.4, part a) of the Rushcliffe Local Plan Part 2: Land and Planning Policies which states;

 

‘the amenity of residents should not be significantly affected by noise, odour or dust resulting from the activities of the neighbouring farm;’

 

As Nottinghamshire County Councillors for the following item, Councillor R Upton, Councillor, R Butler and Councillor F Purdue-Horan removed themselves from the meeting and did not take part in the following discussion.

 

21/02694/CTY – Erection of 120 Place Temporary School Learning Village Accommodation with a temporary lit access road and permanent lit access path. Associated areas of soft play, canopies, car parking and surface water balancing pond – Land North of Rempstone Road, East Leake, Nottinghamshire

 

Updates

 

Additional representations were received after the agenda had been published and were circulated to the Committee before the meeting.

 

In accordance with the Council’s Public Speaking Protocol at Planning Committee Councillor L Way (Ward Councillor) addressed the Committee.

 

Comments

 

Members requested a covering letter be sent to Nottinghamshire County Council outlining all of their concerns to be addressed.

 

DECISION

 

THE BOROUGH COUNCIL HAS NO OBJECTIONS TO THE PROPOSAL SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:

 

1.            All structures, including their foundations and hard surfacing associated with the temporary school buildings hereby permitted must be removed from the land on or before 31 December 2023. However, the vehicular access along with any items/chattels including (but not limited to) the access gates, the vehicular access lighting shall not be removed until the playing fields associated with the permanent school, granted outline permission under application ref 8/21/01029/CTY, have been completed. Thereafter all the land associated with this permission shall be restored to its  ...  view the full minutes text for item 17.