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1/19

Minutes (Agenda item 1) pdf icon PDF 102 KB

To confirm the Minutes of the meeting held on 24 June 2019.

Minutes:

The Minutes of the meeting held on 24 June 2019 were confirmed as a correct record and signed by the Chairman subject to Councillor Alison Webb and Councillor Ian Martin being added to the list of those present.

2/19

Apologies & Substitutes (Agenda item 2)

To receive apologies for absence.

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Councillors Bowes, Brame and Duigan.

 

The substitutes for the aforementioned Councillors had also sent their apologies.

3/19

Declaration of Interest and of Representations Received (Agenda item 3)

The duties to register, disclose and not to participate for the entire consideration of the matter, in respect of any matter in which a Member has a disclosable pecuniary interest are set out in Chapter 7 of the Localism Act 2011.  Members are also required to withdraw from the meeting room as stated in the Standing Orders of this Council.

 

Minutes:

Carbrooke: Land to the rear of The Crown House, Meadow Lane: Reference: 3PL/2019/0596/F (Agenda item 9(d))

 

Councillor Gilbert declared a personal and prejudicial interest in this application due to him being a friend of the applicant.  Councillor Gilbert took no part in the discussion and abstained from voting on the matter.

 

Lynford: Lynford Gardens, Lynford Road: Reference: 3PL/2019/0576/F (Agenda item 9(f))

 

Councillor Crane declared a personal and prejudicial interest in this application due to her being a friend of the applicant.  Councillor Crane took no part in the discussion and abstained from voting on the matter.

 

4/19

Chairman's Announcements (Agenda item 4)

Minutes:

It was noted that the establishment of a Chairman’s Panel had been approved at the recent Full Council meeting held on 18 July 2019.

 

The Chairman and the Executive Member for Planning would be visiting South Holland District Council (SHDC) to observe a Panel meeting as Breckland’s would be (loosely) based on a similar scheme in operation at SHDC.

5/19

Requests to Defer Applications included in this Agenda (Agenda item 5)

To consider any requests from Ward Members, officers or applicants to defer an application included in this agenda, so as to save any unnecessary waiting by members of the public attending for such applications.

Minutes:

Three applications had been deferred for the following reasons:

 

1.     Dereham:  Land East of Yaxham Road, South of Dumpling Green: Reference: 3PL/2010/1361/F

 

To allow additional time for the Transport Assessment to be pubically available.

 

2.     Yaxham: The Old Post Office, Norwich Road: Reference: 3PL/2018/0312/F

 

New information had been received from the Parish Council that required further consultation with the ecologist.

 

3.     Banham: Land to the south of Kenninghall Road: Reference: 3PL/2018/0091/D

 

A revised layout had been received that required further consideration.

 

Referring to the Minutes of the previous meeting and to the list of deferred applications attached to the agenda, Councillor Atterwill asked when the Yaxham Road application would be brought back to the Planning Committee following the deferral at the previous meeting to allow the Highways Authority to attend to explain their reasoning for not objecting to the application.  Rebecca Collins, the Head of Major Projects explained that arrangements to set a date were still on-going.

 

Councillor Clarke asked when the Dumpling Green application would be brought back to Committee and how Breckland Council was going to respond to the Dereham Transport Study.  Members were informed that the Dumpling Green application would be brought back to a future Committee meeting and the Dereham Transport Study had been addressed in the Local Plan.

6/19

Urgent Business (Agenda item 6)

To note whether the Chairman proposes to accept any item as urgent business, pursuant to Section 100(B)(4)(b) of the Local Government Act 1972.

Minutes:

None received.

7/19

Local Plan Update (Standing Item) (Agenda item 7)

To receive an update. 

Minutes:

Jon Berry, Head of Development Management reported that the final round of consultation had been completed.  Discussions were now underway with the Planning Inspector and the report was awaited.

 

In response to a question in respect of the 5 year housing land supply figure, Members were informed that the Council was able to demonstrate a 4.77 year housing land supply as of July 2018.

8/19

Deferred Applications (Agenda item 8) pdf icon PDF 44 KB

To consider applications deferred at previous meetings including some, but not all, of those shown on the attached Schedule of Deferred Applications.

8/19a

Dereham: Rear of Greenfields Road: Reference: 3PL/2016/0952/O pdf icon PDF 103 KB

Residential development of 48 dwellings

 

This application was heard at the Planning Committee meeting on 9/01/2017, where Members resolved to grant planning permission subject to proposed conditions and a S106 Agreement to secure the following:

 

·        Provision of on-site affordable housing at 20%

·        Contributions to Library services of 75.00 per dwelling; and

·        Contributions to local Primary Schools on a pro rata basis of 3,039 per dwelling.

·        Public Open Space Contribution.

 

It has taken this period to agree the wording of the S106 which has now been signed by all relevant parties. Given the significant period that has passed since the previous Committee resolution the Council has undertaken a public re-consultation with all neighbours and statutory consultees, which expires on 18th July 2019, the comments received are reported at Section B of the report.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Residential development of 48 dwellings.

 

This application was heard at Planning Committee on 9/01/2017, where Members resolved to grant planning permission subject to proposed conditions and a S106 Agreement to secure the following:

 

·        Provision of on-site affordable housing at 20%.

·        Contributions to Library services of 75.00 per dwelling.

·        Contributions to local Primary Schools on a pro rata basis of 3,039 per dwelling.

·        Public Open Space Contribution.

 

It had taken this period to agree the wording of the S106 Agreement which had now been signed by all relevant parties. Given the significant period that had passed since the previous Committee resolution, the Council had undertaken a public re-consultation with all neighbours and statutory consultees, which expired on 18th July 2019.  The comments received had been included in the Officer’s report. 

 

Consideration was given to the application presented by Rebecca Collins, Head of Major Projects.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance and any new material planning considerations since the earlier resolution to grant planning permission.

 

Representations were made in respect of the application in accordance with the Council’s scheme of public speaking at Planning Committee meetings:

 

Ward Representative:                                     Councillor Philip Morton

 

Applicant:                                                        Robin Green

 

Dereham Town Council:                                 Tony Needham

 

DECISION: Members voted unanimously for approval subject to:

 

1.     the conditions as listed in the report;

 

2.     further conditions with regards to drainage as set out on page 36 of the agenda pack; and

 

3.     a S106 Agreement to secure:

 

·        provision of on-site affordable housing at 20%;

·        contributions to Library services of 75.00 per dwelling;

·        contributions to local Primary Schools on a pro rata basis of 3,039 per dwelling; and

·        Public Open Space Contribution.

 

8/19b

Dereham: Land East of Yaxham Road, South of Dumpling Green: Reference: 3PL/2010/1361/F - THIS APPLICATION HAS BEEN DEFERRED UNTIL THE SEPTEMBER MEETING pdf icon PDF 131 KB

Erection of 255 dwellings with associated open space.

 

At the last Planning Committee held on 24/06/2019, Members voted to defer this item, with a request that the Highways Authority attend and explain their reasoning for 'no objection' to the development. Members also raised concerns that the consultation period for the application had not yet expired. The consultation period on the application has expired and an update is provided for Members with regards to this item (see Section B of the report).

Minutes:

This application had been deferred until September to allow additional time for the Transport Assessment to be publically available (an additional meeting may need to be held).

8/19c

Watton: Rear of 121A, Brandon Road: Reference: 3PL/2017/1087/F pdf icon PDF 98 KB

Erection of 9 dwellings and ancillary works.

 

This application was originally deferred from the Planning Committee meeting on 8th April 2019 as further information was required with regards to outstanding ecology and flood risk information. The report has been updated to reflect the current situation with regards to this site.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Erection of 9 dwellings and ancillary works.

 

This application had been deferred at the Planning Committee meeting on 8 April 2019 as further information was required with regards to outstanding ecology and flood risk information.

 

Consideration was given to the report presented by Rebecca Collins, Head of Major Projects.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance.

 

Representations were made in respect of the application in accordance with the Council’s scheme of public speaking at Planning Committee meetings:

 

Applicant’s Agent:                                                                   David Futter

 

Watton Neighbourhood Plan Drainage Working Group:        Liz Whitcher (Chairman)

 

DECISION: Members voted 7 x 1 for approval as recommended; subject to the conditions as listed in the report; and further conditions in relation to:

 

·        Ecology and surface water drainage as set out on pages 77 and 78 of the agenda pack; and

·       the bridleway not being surfaced with tarmac.

8/19d

Yaxham: The Old Post Office, Norwich Road: Reference: 3PL/2018/0312/F pdf icon PDF 83 KB

This application was considered by the Planning Committee on 2nd July 2018 and was resolved to be approved subject to conditions listed in the report and delegated authority be given to the Director of Planning & Building Control to grant permission on receipt of the resolution of the ecological information.

 

Twelve months have passed since the 2018 Committee meeting and the survey has not been submitted or instructed. On this basis, the application is brought back to Planning Committee with a recommendation of refusal due to lack of protected species information which conflicts with Policy CP 10 and The Conservation of Habitats and Species Regulations 2010.

Minutes:

New information had been received from the Parish Council that required further consultation with the ecologist.  The application was deferred.

9/19

Schedule of Planning Applications (Agenda item 9)

To consider the Schedule of Planning Applications:

Minutes:

RESOLVED that the applications be determined as follows:

9/19a

Banham: Land to the south of Kenninghall Road: Reference: 3PL/2018/0091/D pdf icon PDF 90 KB

Proposed development of 43 dwellings, associated infrastructure and open space.

Minutes:

This application had been deferred due to a revised layout being submitted that required further consideration.

9/19b

Beeston: Land at Syers Lane: Reference: 3PL/2019/0424/VAR pdf icon PDF 85 KB

Variation of Conditions No 6 on 3PL/2017/0702/O -to allow retention of hedge line.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Variation of condition no. 6 on 3PL/2017/0702/O to allow the retention of the hedge line.

 

Consideration was given to the report presented by Mark Simmonds, Principal Development Management Planner.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance.

 

No representations were made in respect of the application.

 

DECISION: Members voted unanimously to approve the variation as recommended; subject to:

 

1.     the conditions as listed in the report; and

2.     a further amendment to condition no. 1 as highlighted on page 106 of the agenda pack.

9/19c

Billingford: Old Bells Farm, Elmham Road: Reference: 3PL/2018/1254/O pdf icon PDF 94 KB

Two detached dwellings on site of old barns.

 

Minutes:

Two detached dwellings on site of old barns.

 

Proposed construction of two new bungalows.

 

Consideration was given to the report presented by Mark Simmonds, Principal Development Management Planner.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance.

 

A representation was made in respect of the application in accordance with the Council’s scheme of public speaking at Planning Committee meetings:

 

Applicant’s Agent:                                           Jerry Stone

 

DECISION: Members voted unanimously for approval as recommended subject to:

 

1.     the conditions as listed in the report; and

2.     a S106 Agreement to secure the self-build.

 

 

 

 

9/19d

Carbrooke: Land to the rear of The Crown House, Meadow Lane: Reference: 3PL/2019/0596/F pdf icon PDF 86 KB

Proposed construction of two new bungalows.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Proposed construction of two new bungalows.

 

Councillor Gilbert declared a personal and prejudicial interest in this application due to him being a friend of the applicant.

 

Consideration was given to the report presented by Mark Simmonds, Principal Development Management Planner.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance.

 

Representations were made in respect of the application in accordance with the Council’s scheme of public speaking at Planning Committee meetings:

 

Applicant’s Agent:                                           Matthew Cutting

 

Supporter:                                                       Linda Woolley

 

Objectors:                                                        Graham Redfern and Julia Fowler

 

DECISION: Members voted 6 x 1 for approval as recommended + 1 abstention; subject to the conditions as listed in the report.

9/19e

Griston: 1 Watton Road: Reference: 3PL/2018/1361/O pdf icon PDF 87 KB

Outline planning application for residential development of up to 3 dwellings (with all matters reserved accept access).

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Outline planning application for residential development of up to 3 dwellings (with all matters reserved except for access).

 

Consideration was given to the report presented by Tom Donnelly, Development Management Planner.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance.

 

No representations were made in respect of the application.

 

DECISION: Members voted unanimously for approval as recommended subject to:

 

1.     the conditions as listed in the report;

2.     delegated authority being given to the Executive Director of Place to resolve the outstanding ecology issue;

3.     an additional landscaping condition; and

4.     any conditions recommended by Norfolk County Council natural Environment Team.

9/19f

Lynford: Lynford Gardens, Lynford Road: Reference: 3PL/2019/0576/F pdf icon PDF 82 KB

Erection of dwelling.

Minutes:

Erection of a dwelling.

 

Councillor Crane declared a personal and prejudicial interest in this application due to her being a friend of the applicant.

 

Consideration was given to the outline application presented by Tom Donnelly, Development Manager Planner.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance.

 

Photographs were circulated by the applicant.

 

Representations were made in respect of the application in accordance with the Council’s scheme of public speaking at Planning Committee meetings:

 

Ward Representative:                         Councillor Robert Kybird (in support)

 

Applicant:                                            Melanie Tilley

 

Applicant’s Agent:                               Henry Isotta-Day

 

DECISION: Members voted unanimously for approval + 1 abstention; subject to:

 

1.     the conditions as listed in the report; and

 

2.     no adverse comments being received from the County
Ecologist on the additional bat surveys (to be provided)
.

 

 

 

9/19g

Mileham: Litcham Road: Reference: 3PL/2018/1564/O pdf icon PDF 103 KB

Construction of 6 new dwellings including two affordable units.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Construction of 6 new dwellings including two affordable units.

 

Consideration was given to the report presented by Mark Simmonds, Principal Development Management Planner.

 

It was noted that further representations had been received since the publication of the agenda.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the outline application in light of prevailing policies and guidance.

 

Representations were made in respect of the application in accordance with the Council’s scheme of public speaking at Planning Committee meetings:

 

Applicant’s Agent:                                           Richard Smith

 

Objectors:                                                        Jeffrey Pearce and Alison Lupton

 

DECISION: Members voted 7 x 1 for approval as recommended subject to:

 

1.     the conditions as listed in the report (including the amendment to condition 9) with an informative added to the decision notice as highlighted on page 164 of the agenda pack;

2.     ecology conditions and informative added to the decision notice as set out in the report on pages 165 to 166 of the agenda pack; and

3.     a S106 Agreement to secure the affordable units.

 

9/19h

Narborough: Land to the west of Chalk Lane: Reference: 3PL/2015/1180/O pdf icon PDF 109 KB

Erection of up to 40 dwellings.

Minutes:

Erection of 40 dwellings.

 

This application was considered at the Planning Committee meeting held on 4 June 2018, where Members resolved to grant planning permission subject to proposed conditions and a S106 Agreement to secure the following:

 

·        46, 576 Early years education (outline so on formula basis);

·        116,440 pounds for Primary education (outline so on formula basis);

·         1 no fire hydrant at 815 pounds;

·         3,000 pounds to NCC for libraries;

·         9,500 pounds to NCC for Green Infrastructure Network; and

·         22.5% affordable housing.


It has taken this period to agree the wording of the S106 Agreement which has now been signed by all relevant parties.


Given the significant period that had passed since the previous Committee resolution, Officers had referred this back to the Planning Committee to ratify the decision. There had been no material planning considerations since the earlier resolution to grant planning permission.

 

Consideration was given to the outline application presented by Rebecca Collins, Head of Major Projects.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance and any new material planning considerations since the earlier resolution to grant planning permission.

 

No representations were made in respect of the application.

 

DECISION: Members voted unanimously for approval as recommended subject to:

 

1.     the conditions as listed in the report; and

 

2.     a S106 Agreement with contributions as set out in the report.

9/19i

North Lopham: Land at Meadow Lane: Reference: 3PL/2018/1118/F pdf icon PDF 101 KB

Erection of 7 dwellings and associated access and landscaping.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Erection of 7 dwellings and associated access and landscaping.

 

Consideration was given to the application presented by Mark Simmonds, Principal Development Management Planner.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance.

 

Representations were made in respect of the application in accordance with the Council’s scheme of public speaking at Planning Committee meetings:

 

Applicant’s Agent:                               Sophie Pain-Turley

 

Architect:                                             Guy Marsden

 

Supporter:                                           Eileen Birchall

 

Objectors:                                            Robert Tuck and Judith Farren-Bradley

 

DECISION: Members voted unanimously to approve the application as recommended; subject to:

 

1.     the conditions as listed in the report including the amended condition no. 11 as set out on page 199 of the agenda pack; and

 

2.     a S106 Agreement to secure a financial contribution of £10,000 towards affordable housing.  It was recommended that the S106 Agreement had a 'claw back' mechanism for reviewing final sales figures for the development.

9/19j

North Lopham: Church Farm, Church Road: Reference: 3PL/2019/0608/VAR pdf icon PDF 86 KB

Variation of Condition 2 & 8 on 3PL/2017/0948/O (demolition of existing agricultural buildings. Erection of 15 new dwellings) - to allow for demolition to enable contamination reports to be carried out.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Variation of conditions 2 & 8 on 3PL/2017/0948/O (demolition of existing agricultural buildings and erection of 15 new dwellings) – to allow for the demolition to enable contamination reports to be carried out.

 

Consideration was given to the report presented by Fiona Hunter, Principal Development Management Planner.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance.

 

No representations were made in respect of the application.

 

DECISION: Members voted unanimously to approve the variation as recommended subject to the conditions as listed in the report and an additional condition as set out in the report on page 210 of the agenda pack.

 

9/19k

Quidenham: Land at Station Road: Reference: 3PL/2017/1608/D pdf icon PDF 92 KB

Residential development - 24 dwellings.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Residential development of 24 dwellings.

 

Consideration was given to the outline application presented by Rebecca Collins, Head of Major Projects.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance.

 

A representation was made in respect of the application in accordance with the Council’s scheme of public speaking at Planning Committee meetings:

 

Applicant’s Agent:                               David Futter

 

DECISION: Members voted unanimously for approval as recommended; subject to the conditions as listed in the report including the further highway conditions as set out on page 222 of the agenda pack.

 

9/19l

Rocklands: Land South of The Street, Rockland All Saints: Reference: 3PL/2018/1533/O pdf icon PDF 92 KB

Erection of one dwelling and garage with parking and turning and improved highway access.

 

Minutes:

Erection of one dwelling and garage with parking and turning and improved highway access.

 

Consideration was given to the outline application presented by Tom Donnelly, Development Manager Planner.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance.

 

Photographs were circulated at the meeting.

 

Representations were made in respect of the application in accordance with the Council’s scheme of public speaking at Planning Committee meetings:

 

Applicant’s Agent:                               Sarah Roberts

 

Rocklands Parish Council:                 David Howie (Chairman)

 

Objector:                                             Daniel Landin

 

DECISION: Members voted 6 x 2 against the Officer’s recommendation of approval.

 

REASON(S): the impact the development would have on the setting of the adjacent Listed Building (The Rookery).

 

DECISION: Members voted 6 x 2 for refusal.

9/19m

Swaffham: Land on the East of Brandon Road: Reference: 3OB/2019/0018/OB pdf icon PDF 71 KB

Affordable Housing Provision.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Affordable housing provision.

 

Consideration was given to the report presented by Chris Hobson, Principal Development Management Planner.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance.

 

No representations were made in respect of the application.

 

DECISION: Members voted 5 x 2 to allow the modification of the planning obligation as recommended.

9/19n

Swaffham: Great Friars Farm, Silver Drift: Reference: 3PL/2019/0152/VAR pdf icon PDF 99 KB

Variation of conditions No 2 & 3 on 3PL2013/0623/F (anaerobic digestion renewable energy facility) - revised layout and design of buildings/plants and feedstock quantum.

Minutes:

Variation of conditions No 2 & 3 on 3PL2013/0623/F (anaerobic digestion renewable energy facility) - revised layout and design of buildings/plants and feedstock quantum.

 

Consideration was given to the application presented by Chris Hobson, Principal Development Management Planner.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance.

 

Representations were made in respect of the application in accordance with the Council’s scheme of public speaking at Planning Committee meetings:

 

Applicant:                                            Seb Edwards

 

Applicant’s Agent:                               Alan Presslee

 

DECISION: Members voted unanimously to approve the variations as recommended subject to conditions; and subject to no new material considerations being raised during the remainder of the consultation period (25 July 2019).

9/19o

Swaffham: Silver Drift, Reference: 3PL/2019/0154/F pdf icon PDF 77 KB

Retention of 2 x surface water lagoons and earth bunding.

Minutes:

Retention of 2 x surface water lagoons and earth bunding.

 

Consideration was given to the application presented by Chris Hobson, Principal Development Management Planner.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance.

 

Representations were made in respect of the application in accordance with the Council’s scheme of public speaking at Planning Committee meetings:

 

Applicant:                                            Seb Edwards

 

Applicant’s Agent:                               Alan Presslee

 

DECISION: Members voted unanimously to approve the application as recommended subject to the conditions as listed in the report.

 

 

9/19p

Watton: Land at Thetford Road: Reference: 3PL/2018/0952/O pdf icon PDF 119 KB

Erection of up to 180 dwellings, the provision of open space and recreational facilities, with site access and associated highways and infrastructure works.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Erection of up to 180 dwellings, the provision of open space and recreational facilities, with site access and associated highways and infrastructure works.

 

Consideration was given to the outline application presented by Fiona Hunter, Principal Development Manager Planner.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance.

 

Photographs were circulated by Liz Whitcher on behalf of Watton Town Council.

 

Representations were made in respect of the application in accordance with the Council’s scheme of public speaking at Planning Committee meetings:

 

Applicant:                                            John Mackenzie (Gladman Developments)

 

Drainage Consultant:                          Colin Whittingham (to answer questions)

 

Watton Town Council:                        Liz Whitcher

 

Objector:                                             Peter Bishop

 

DECISION: Members voted 7 x 1 for approval as recommended; subject to:

 

1.     a S106 Agreement; and

 

2.     the conditions as listed in the report (including amendments to the conditions as highlighted on page 279 of the agenda pack).

9/19q

Whissonsett: The Paddocks, London Street: Reference: 3PL/2019/0408/F pdf icon PDF 87 KB

Erection of one bungalow.

Minutes:

Erection of one bungalow.

 

Consideration was given to the report presented by Tom Donnelly, Development Management Planner.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance.

 

A representation was made in respect of the application in accordance with the Council’s scheme of public speaking at Planning Committee meetings:

 

Applicant’s Agent:                                           Jerry Stone

 

DECISION: Members voted unanimously for approval as recommended subject to the conditions as listed in the report.

9/19r

Wretham: Toft Barns, Church Road: Reference: 3PL/2019/0321/F pdf icon PDF 92 KB

Erection of dwelling and detached garage.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Erection of dwelling and garage.

 

Consideration was given to the report presented by Rebecca Collins, Head of Major Projects.

 

Members considered the matter and fully explored the details of the application in light of prevailing policies and guidance.

 

No representations were made in respect of the application.

 

DECISION: Members voted unanimously for approval as recommended subject to:

 

1.     the conditions as listed in the report; and

 

2.     further conditions being added with regard to ecology, the positioning of the garage and the visibility splay as highlighted on page 299 of the agenda pack.

10/19

Applications determined by the Executive Director of Place (Agenda item 10) pdf icon PDF 80 KB

Report of the Executive Director of Place.

 

Members are requested to raise any questions at least two working days before the meeting to allow information to be provided to the Committee.

Minutes:

Noted.

11/19

Appeals (for information) (Agenda item 11) pdf icon PDF 53 KB

Minutes:

Noted.