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Apologies were received from Councillor J Fairbrass and Councillor Fenner for whom Councillor Campbell was present.
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To consider the report of the Director of Community Services, copy attached for Members of the Committee.
Note: Copies of correspondence relating to applications received will be available for members’ perusal in the Members’ Room from 5.00pm on the Friday before the meeting until the date of the meeting.
PROPOSAL: Outline application for a mixed development of up to 900 dwellings together with a mix of use classes A1 (retail) A2 (Financial and professional services) A3 (restaurants and cafe) A4 (drinking establishments) A5 (hot food takeways) B1 (business) C1 (Hotel) D1 (non-residential institution) D2 ( assembly and leisure) and a two form entry primary school, together with ancillary and associated development including new and enhanced pedestrian / cycle routes and open spaces, car parking and vehicular access with all matters reserved except for access
Speaking in favour of the application was Mr Hersheson.
Speaking raising points of concern was Mrs Belsey.
Speaking under council procedure rule 20.1 was Councillor Wright.
It was proposed by the Chairman and seconded by the Vice Chairman:
“THAT the officer’s recommendation be adopted, namely:
‘DEFER AND DELEGATE to officers for approval subject to the receipt of a legal agreement containing the planning obligations as detailed in the Heads of Terms, and the following conditions:
1 Approval of the details of the layout, scale, appearance of any buildings to be erected and the landscaping (hereinafter called 'the reserved matters') for each phase of the development shall be obtained from the Local Planning Authority in writing before the relevant phase of the development is commenced. The phase shall thereafter be developed in accordance with the approved details.
GROUND: As no such details have been submitted in respect of these matters as the application is in outline. In accordance with Section 92 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.
2 Any application for approval of the reserved matters for the first phase of the development shall be made in writing (and accompanied by sufficient plans and particulars as specified by condition 4) to the Local Planning Authority before the expiration of 3 years from the date of this permission. Any application for approval of the reserved matters for any remaining phases shall be made to the Local Planning Authority before the expiration of 5 years from the date of this permission.
GROUND: In accordance with Section 92 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.
3 Each phase of the development shall be begun within two years of the date of approval of the final reserved matters to be approved for that phase.
GROUND: In accordance with Section 92 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004).
4 The reserved matters submitted in accordance with Condition 1 in respect of each phase shall include the following details in respect of that phase to the extent that they are relevant to the reserved matters application in question:-
· The layout of routes, buildings and spaces;
· The block form and organisation of all buildings;
· The locations and plan form of non-residential buildings;
· The distribution of market and affordable dwellings within that phase including a schedule of dwelling size (by number of bedrooms and floorspace);
· The location of dwellings designed ... view the full minutes text for item 433a