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Declarations of Interest
a) Under the Code of Conduct
b) Under the Planning Code
There were no declarations of interest.
The minutes of the Planning Committee 14 May 2020 were declared a true record of the meeting.
The report of the Executive Manager - Communities.
The Committee considered the written report of the Executive Manager - Communities relating to the following applications, which had been circulated previously.
19/01206/FUL – Proposed (secondary) drivewayoff Stamford Road, erection of proposed detachedgarage and demolition of part of the boundary wall and 19/01425/RELDEM – Demolition of section ofboundary wall – 151 Melton Road, West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, NG2 6JL.
A representation was received from Councillor Penny Gowland (Ward Councillor) objecting to the application after the agenda had been published and was circulated to the committee before the meeting.
A statement from Mr George Machin, (agent of applicant) was read to the committee.
Councillor Penny Gowland (Ward Councillor) addressed the committee.
(i) 19/0206/FUL - GRANT PLANNING PERMISSION FOR THE REASONS SET OUT IN THE REPORT SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS.
1. The development must be begun not later than the expiration of three years beginning with the date of this permission.
[To comply with Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, as amended by the Planning & Compulsory Purchase Act 2004].
2. The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans:
- Proposed Site Plan and Garage Elevations – ‘1914-060 Rev E’ Received 19/05/2020;
- Street Elevations – 1914-200 Rev C’ – Received 19/05/2020;
[For the avoidance of doubt and to comply with policy 1 (Development Requirements) of the Rushcliffe Local Plan Part 2: Land and Planning Policies].
3. The garage hereby approved shall be constructed only in materials to match the existing dwelling house.
[The condition is required to ensure the appearance of the development is satisfactory and to complywith policies 10 (Design and Enhancing Local Identity) and 11 (Historic Environment) of the Rushcliffe Local Plan part 1: Core Strategy and policies 1 (Development Requirements) and 28 (Conserving and Enhancing Heritage Assets) of the Rushcliffe Local Plan Part 2: Land and Planning Policies].
4. The new boundary and retaining walls for the driveway and access shall be constructed only from Bulwell stone to match the existing boundary wall to be partially removed. Stone should be reclaimed from the demolition of the wall, and any additional stone required should closely match the appearance of the existing and reclaimed stone to be used onsite. No other materials shall be utilised in the new boundary and retaining walls hereby approved.
[The condition is required to ensure the appearance of the development is satisfactory and to comply with policies 10 (Design and Enhancing Local Identity) and 11 (Historic Environment) of the Rushcliffe Local Plan part 1: Core Strategy and policies 1 (Development Requirements) and 28 (Conserving and Enhancing Heritage Assets) of the Rushcliffe Local Plan Part 2: Land and Planning Policies].
5. Prior to any demolition of the boundary wall taking place, a landscaping scheme for the provision of additional planting as suggested on the approved site plan shall be submitted to and approved by the local planning authority. The approved scheme shall be carried out in the first tree planting ... view the full minutes text for item 3.