Agenda and draft minutes

Development Control and Regulation Committee
Thursday, 31st October, 2019 10.00 am

Venue: Council Chamber - County Offices, Kendal, LA9 4RQ

Contact: Nicola Harrison  Email: nicola.harrison@cumbria.gov.uk

Items
No. Item

67.

Apologies for Absence

To receive any apologies for absence.

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Mr R Bingham, Mrs H Carrick, and Mr A McGuckin.

 

Mr F Cassidy arrived late to the meeting, and was not present for discussion on Agenda Item No 14 - Application Reference No. 4/17/9007. Proposal: Development of a new underground metallurgical coal mine and associated development at the former Marchon site (High Road) Whitehaven.

 

68.

Changes in Membership

To note any changes in membership.

Minutes:

It was noted that Mr D Gawne had replaced Mr R Bingham, Mr K Hitchen had replaced Mrs H Carrick, and Mr M Wilson has replaced Mr A McGuckin as members of the Committee for this meeting only.

 

69.

Disclosures of Interest

Members are invited to disclose any disclosable pecuniary interest they have in any item on the agenda which comprises

 

1          Details of any employment, office, trade, profession or vocation carried on for            profit or gain.

 

2          Details of any payment or provision of any other financial benefit (other than from the authority) made or provided within the relevant period in respect of any expenses incurred by you in carrying out duties as a member, or towards your election expenses.  (This includes any payment or financial benefit from a trade union within the meaning of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992.

 

3          Details of any contract which is made between you (or a body in which you have a beneficial interest) and the authority

 

(a)       Under which goods or services are to be provided or works are to be executed; and

 

            (b)       Which has not been fully discharged.

 

4          Details of any beneficial interest in land which is within the area of the authority. 

 

5          Details of any licence (alone or jointly with others) to occupy land in the area of the authority for a month or longer. 

 

6          Details of any tenancy where (to your knowledge)

 

            (a)       The landlord is the authority; and

 

            (b)       The tenant is a body in which you have a beneficial                                                         interest.

 

7          Details of any beneficial interest in securities of a body where

 

(a)       That body (to your knowledge) has a place of business or land in the    area of the authority; and

 

 

(b)       Either –

 

(i)      The total nominal value of the securities exceeds £25,000 or one            hundredth of the total issued share capital of that body; or

 

(ii)     If that share capital of that body is of more than one class, the total nominal value of the shares of any one class in which the relevant person has a beneficial interest exceeds one hundredth of the total issued share capital of that class.

 

In addition, you must also disclose other non-pecuniary interests set out in the Code of Conduct where these have not already been registered.

 

Note

 

A “disclosable pecuniary interest” is an interest of a councillor or their partner (which means spouse or civil partner, a person with whom they are living as husband or wife, or a person with whom they are living as if they are civil partners).

Minutes:

Mr G Cook declared a non-pecuniary interest under the Members’ Code of Conduct, in Agenda Item No 5 – Application to Divert Public Footpaths 536260 and 536261, as he lived near this location, and would use the footpath on a regular basis.

 

Mr W McEwan declared a non-pecuniary interest under the Members’ Code of Conduct, in Agenda Item No 12 – Application Reference No 6/19/9004 – Sure Start Children’s Centre, Barrow in Furness as this was in his division and he visited the building regularly.

70.

Exclusion of Press and Public

To consider whether the press and public should be excluded from the meeting during consideration of any item on the agenda.

Minutes:

RESOLVED,       that the press and public be not excluded during consideration of any items of business.

 

71.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 89 KB

To confirm as a correct record the Minutes of a meeting held on 18 September 2019.

 

Minutes:

RESOLVED,     that the minutes of the meeting held on 18 September 2019 be confirmed as a correct record and signed by the Chairman.

 

72.

HIGHWAYS ACT 1980 SECTIONS 25 AND 119 - APPLICATION TO DIVERT SECTIONS OF PUBLIC FOOTPATH NO 536260 AND 536261 AND CREATE A SECTION OF PUBLIC FOOTPATH PARISH OF KENDAL: DISTRICT OF SOUTH LAKELAND pdf icon PDF 5 MB

To consider a report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure.

Minutes:

Mr G Cook had declared a non-pecuniary interest under the Members’ Code of Conduct, in this item, as he lived near this location, and would use the footpath on a regular basis.

 

Members considered a report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure regarding an application which had been received to divert sections of public footpath no 536260 and 536261 at Gooseholme Bridge in the parish of Kendal, District of South Lakeland. 

 

The Countryside Access Officer presented members with further detail via slides and took members through the application.

 

The current routes of public footpath nos 536260 and 536261 passed over the former Gooseholme Footbridge which was severely damaged by Storm Desmond in 2015 and had recently been demolished to make way for construction of an improved replacement structure.

 

The proposed diversion order would realign the public footpaths along the approaches to the new footbridge.  The bridge had been designed in accordance with EU and UK legislation incorporating new ramped approaches which require a change to the alignment of the existing footpaths.

 

Members noted that all the costs associated with processing the diversion order would be met through Cumbria County Council’s infrastructure Recovery Programme and its delivery partners and the order would be made in the interests of the public.

 

Members also noted that there had been no resulting negative feedback to this proposal during the standard consultations.

 

The recommendations were proposed, seconded and voted upon.  With 18 for and none against it was,

 

RESOLVED,     that

 

          (1)     pursuant to the power set out at Part 2G paragraph 2.1(g)(iii) of the Council’s Constitution, an Order be made under Section 119 of the Highways Act 1980 to divert those sections of public footpath no 536260 shown A-B and C-D-E to new routes A-G-H-B and C-I-J in the parish of Kendal; and that section of public footpath no 536261 shown D-F to a new route I-K-F in the parish of Kendal (as detailed on the plan at Appendix A to the report) and that all necessary action be taken to confirm the order;

 

(2)     pursuant to the power set out at Part 2G paragraph 2.1(g)(i) of the County Council’s Constitution, the County Council enter into an Agreement under Section 25 of the Highways Act 1980 with the landowner to dedicate that section of public footpath shown A-B (detailed on the plan at Appendix B to the report).

 

73.

WILDLIFE AND COUNTRYSIDE ACT 1981 LEGAL EVENT MODIFICATION ORDER NO 4 – APRIL 2009 - AUGUST 2019 pdf icon PDF 106 KB

To consider a report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Committee considered a report by the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure regarding the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 Legal Event Modification Order No 4 – April 2009-August 2019.

 

All the public rights of way legal changes known as “events” in all six districts of the county for the period April 2009 to August 2019 had been recorded and Legal Event Modification Order No 4 was now ready to make. 

Since 1976 the above “legal events” had been incorporated into Legal Event Modification Orders (LEMOs) to enable the changes to be carried out to the Definitive Map and Statement. Three LEMOs had in the past been made for up to 2009 and this would be number 4, hence its abbreviated title “LEMO 4”, which would cover the period 2009-2019.

Members noted this proposal was an administrative, procedural process only. Some 69 legal events had occurred during the period April 2009 - August 2019 in the areas concerned. The County Council had a duty as the Surveying Authority to record these on the map and statement and could only do so by making this LEMO 4.

This was proposed, seconded and voted upon.  With 18 members for and none against it was,

 

RESOLVED,     that the Chief Legal Officer, Corporate, Customer & Community Services be authorised to make Legal Event Modification Order No 4 to modify the Definitive Map and Statement pursuant to Section 53(3) (a) of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981.

 

74.

CA13/15 - APPLICATION TO CORRECT MISTAKEN REGISTRATION; CL276 BLAWITH FELL, LAND AT IVY TREE FARM, BLAWITH pdf icon PDF 139 KB

To consider a report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Members had before them a report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure, which detailed an application from Shirley Jackson and Elizabeth Ann Mitchell to correct a mistaken registration in common land register unit CL276 Blawith Fell.

 

The applicant claimed that immediately prior to its provisional registration the application land was not land subject to rights of common, waste land of the manor, a town or village green or land of a description specified in section 11 of the Inclosure Act 1845. The applicant sought to remove the application land from the register of common land.

 

The Commons Registration Officer took members through the report.

 

On 7 September 2017 Cumbria County Council, received an application from Shirley Jackson and Elizabeth Ann Mitchell to deregister land on the grounds that it was wrongly registered as common land.

 

The Application related to a parcel of land at Ivy Tree Farm, Blawith comprising O.S. fields numbered 282 (part) and 328 which formed part of the land comprised in common land register unit CL276 – Blawith Fell.

 

The Applicants claimed that the Application Land was registered as common land by mistake made by the Boughton Estate and that, immediately before its provisional registration, the Application Land was not subject to rights of common, waste land of the manor, a town or village green land of a description specified in section 11 of the Inclosure Act 1845.

 

Two representations were received, one from the Open Spaces Society who said that they did not have any objections to the application and the other from Mr Steve Byrne who commented that it was highly likely that the Application Land was once waste land of the manor and that the key question concerned the physical state of the land at the time of its provisional registration. Mr Byrne did not provide any evidence to support his assertion regarding past status of the Application Land.

 

The Commons Registration Officer was satisfied that Mr Byrne’s assertions are refuted by the documentary evidence provided by the Applicants, and therefore asked members to resolve that the common land register be amended and the Application Land be deregistered.

 

The recommendation was proposed, seconded and voted upon.  With 18 members for and none against it was,

 

RESOLVED,     that the Committee accepts the application and corrects the common land register on the grounds that the land in question immediately before its provisional registration was not land subject to rights of common, waste land of a manor, a town or village green or land of a description specified in Section 11 of the Inclosure Act 1845.

 

75.

Safety at Sports Grounds pdf icon PDF 107 KB

To consider a report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure.

Minutes:

Members considered a report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure, which updated the Committee on the current situation at the seven Sports Grounds which required Certification, either wholly under the Safety of Sports Ground Act 1975, or in part under the Fire Safety and Safety of Places of Sport Act 1987.

 

This report informed the Committee of the work of the Safety of Sports Grounds Team carried out during the last year, and explained the County Council’s statutory obligations  under  the  relevant  legislation  and  outlined the  activity  carried  out  to ensure that these duties have been met.

 

The Regulation and Compliance Officer took members through the report, detailing meetings and inspections held at the following grounds:-

 

·         Barrow AFC – Furness Building Society Stadium

·         Barrow Raiders – Craven Park

·         Carlisle Racecourse – Durdar

·         Carlisle United – Brunton Park

·         Whitehaven RLFC – Recreation Ground

·         Workington AFC – Borough Park

·         Workington Town – Derwent Park

 

Members noted that 4 special safety certificates had been issued for events held at Carlisle Racecourse, Workington Rugby Club and Craven Park.

 

The Regulation and Compliance Officer also updated members on a recent issue at Workington Reds Ground.  The concern was in relation to the safety of one of the stands and members noted this update. 

 

RESOLVED,     that

 

(1)      the report be received and noted;

(2)      members note the re-issuing of the seven General Safety Certificates effective from 1 August 2019.

 

76.

CONSULTATION ON PROPOSALS TO REVISE THE PUBLIC PARTICIPATION SCHEME (PART 6A OF THE CONSTITUTION) pdf icon PDF 89 KB

To consider a report from the Monitoring Officer

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Development Control and Regulation Committee considered a report from the Monitoring Officer, which sought the views of the Development Control and Regulation Committee on proposals to revise the Public Participation Scheme (Part 6A) of the Constitution, for consideration by Constitution Review Group.

 

The Public Participation Scheme, which contained specific provisions relating to public participation at the Development Control and Regulation Committee had been in place for some years.  The Scheme had been reviewed overall by officers to ensure it aligned with current good practice and to make improvements learning from the Council’s experience of operating the Scheme.  Some of the proposed changes would, if brought into effect, impact on Development Control and Regulation Committee and the Committee’s views were sought in particular on these proposed changes.

 

The key proposals are as follows:

 

·      A proposal to limit the total time for public participation to 30 minutes per application.

·      A proposal to allow each speaker up to 5 minutes to make their representations.

In both cases the period for representations would be subject to a qualification that the period for representations may be extended by the Chair in exceptional circumstances (for example where there is significant public interest in an application with supporters/objectors offering diverse perspectives on the application).

 

The proposals also retained the existing Chair’s discretion to prevent repetition of points which the committee had heard or which were irrelevant or immaterial to the application under consideration.

 

The Constitution Review Group had different views about the implications, including the fairness, of a proposal that would have the effect of limiting the number of speakers, other than in exceptional circumstances, to the number that could be fitted into 30 minutes. The Committee was asked to consider the implications of having a time limit per application, which would have the effect (where there are a large number of speakers) of limiting the number of speakers able to participate in the Committee. 

 

With reference to the length of time of individual participation the Constitution Review Group considered the proposal to limit the length of time that an individual may speak for (which was also part of the current Scheme), considering whether this should remain at 5 minutes or be shortened to allow more speakers.  The Group had no strong views on this question and invited the Committee’s views on whether it wished to retain the current 5 minutes, or lengthen or shorten the period. 

 

Members discussed the proposals for the 30 minute time limit, and a number of different views were expressed.  However, members generally supported the 30 minute time limit, but felt that the option to extend this with the Chair’s discretion was still required to take into account of any contentious or large applications where there may be significant public interest.

 

Members asked whether those members not present today could submit comments to the proposals.  It was AGREED that members not present today, including substitutes, could submit comments to the Group Solicitor.

 

RESOLVED,     that the comments of the Development Control and  ...  view the full minutes text for item 76.

77.

Application Reference No. 1/19/9009. Proposal: Change of use to allow imported inert material (construction, demolition and excavation waste) to be screened and processed. Location: Silvertop Quarry, Hallbankgate, Brampton, Cumbria pdf icon PDF 393 KB

To consider a report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure.

Minutes:

The Development Control & Regulation Committee had before it a report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure, which detailed an application for change of use to allow imported inert material (construction, demolition and excavation waste) to be screened and processed at Silvertop Quarry, Hallbankgate, Brampton, Cumbria.

 

Members noted that planning permission (1/08/9029) had previously been granted on 17 December 2008 to allow “recycling facilities for inert material” - planning permission was granted for a period of 10 years expiring on 16 December 2018.  Unfortunately, Thompsons of Prudhoe hadn’t realised the planning permission had lapsed, hence the need now to reapply for full planning permission.

 

Silvertop Quarry was located to the north east of the village of Hallbankgate, and the area was predominately agricultural land with a scattering of farmhouses and hamlets.  Access to the site was via the A689 Brampton to Alston Road.  The A689 connected onto the strategic highways network of A69(T) which connected to the east and west of the Country.

 

The Planning Officer took members through the report, detailing the site description, the planning assessment and consultations and representations received.

 

The Planning Officer felt that given that no complaints or objections had been received with regards the recycling operations during this permission, he considered that the impacts of the recycling operations were acceptable and justified the granting of planning permission in line with the life of the existing planning permission for quarrying operations at the site. 

 

The Planning Officer considered that the proposed development was in accordance with the development plan, there were no material considerations that indicated the decision should be made otherwise and with the planning conditions proposed, any potential harm would reasonably by mitigated.  The officer was therefore recommending that this application be granted subject to conditions.

 

This was proposed and seconded and put to a vote.  With 16 members voting for a 0 against it was

 

RESOLVED,     that planning permission be GRANTED subject to conditions set out in Appendix 1 of the report.

 

78.

Application Reference No. 2/19/9007 Proposal: Erection of single storey standalone extension and covered link canopy. Location: West Cumbria House, Jubilee Road, Lillyhall, Workington, CA14 4HB and Application Reference No. 2/19/9008 Proposal: Development of land to provide additional car parking capacity for West Cumbria House. Location: Land adjacent to the south-west of West Cumbria House, Jubilee Road, Lillyhall, Workington, CA14 4HB pdf icon PDF 771 KB

To consider a report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure.

Minutes:

Mr M Wilson returned to the meeting at this point.

 

Members had before them a report by the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure, which detailed an application for the erection of a single storey standalone extension and covered link canopy at West Cumbria House, Jubilee Road, Lillyhall, Workington, and an application for the development of land to provide additional car parking capacity for West Cumbria House (WCH).

 

It was proposed to develop an unused parcel of grassed land to the south-west of the existing WCH site to provide additional parking capacity for this site. A total of 254 new car parking spaces were proposed to be created on this land. Within this number 13 spaces were proposed to be allocated for disabled/blue-badge usage and 8 bays reserved for electric vehicle usage/charging. In addition to the 254 car parking spaces it was also proposed to provide 13 motor-cycle parking bays and 15 cycle parking stands.

 

A new direct access/egress point onto Jubilee Road was proposed to the south-eastern corner of the application land, with a barrier control entry system proposed to be provided to this new access. In addition to this new access, access/egress was also proposed to be obtained from WCH’s existing site access onto Jubilee Road.

 

The Planning Officer referred members to the update sheet which contained some minor numerical corrections and further information in relation to the Sustainable Transport Plan measures currently being progressed by the applicant.

 

The Planning Officer then took members through the report, during which he outlined the background to the development proposals, discussed their form and layout and summarised the key issues of the planning assessment which had been undertaken.

 

The officer considered that with the conditions proposed, the proposed developments were in accordance with the development plan and any potential harm would reasonably by mitigated.  He therefore recommended that planning permission be granted for both these applications.

 

Members welcomed the plans for a sustainable transport plan but wondered whether the number of cycle spaces proposed was sufficient. 

 

Members asked whether the intention was to open up the car park during the day for community use.  The Planning Officer said the plan was for the car park to be accessed through a barrier operation.  At this stage there was no intention to open up this car park for wider public use.  However, he would pass on the comment to the applicant about potentially opening up the site for a degree of public use.

 

Members asked about the number of electric parking bays at the site and whether these would be available only for the use by County Council vehicles.  The Planning Officer said there would be 4 electric parking bays, which would be available for use to staff, members and officers of the Council.

 

One of the members asked about the number of disabled parking spaces planned and whether there would be any spaces for motorcycles.

 

The officer responded to say that there would be 18 disabled parking spaces and confirmed  ...  view the full minutes text for item 78.

79.

Application Reference No. 6/19/9004. Proposal: Proposed infill to porch in north east corner to form new meeting room inclusive of window and fire escape door; proposed alteration of existing window to provide new escape doorset; external footpath alteration to Part M Building Regs access requirements; change of front sign; general internal and external decorative updates; no change of present use. Location: Sure Start Children's Centre and Cumbria County Council Community Services Facility, Millstone Avenue, Barrow-in-Furness, LA14 4BP pdf icon PDF 155 KB

To consider a report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure.

Minutes:

Mr W McEwan declared a non-pecuniary interest under the Members’ Code of Conduct, in Agenda Item No 12 – Application Reference No 6/19/9004 – Sure Start Children’s Centre, Barrow in Furness as this was in his division and he visited the building regularly.

 

Members had before them a report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure which detailed a planning application at the Cumbria Sure Start Centre in Millstone Avenue, Barrow in Furness.

 

Planning permission was sought to infill a porch at the north east corner of the Sure Start Children's Centre and Cumbria County Council Community Services Facility, Millstone Avenue, Barrow-in-Furness.  The additional space would be used as a new meeting room.  The proposals included a new window and fire escape door and alterations to an existing window & external footpath. 

 

Members noted that the application had come about as an element of a general upgrade of facilities at the Centre.

 

The Planning Officer took members through the report detailing the planning assessment, and consultations and representations received.

 

The Planning Officer said the proposed works were minor in nature and would have negligible, if any, impact on residential amenity and the visual character of the building. There were no planning policies that were directly relevant, and weight had been given to the value of bringing an otherwise underused corner of the building into community use, and the officer therefore recommended that this application be granted subject to conditions.

 

This was proposed and seconded, and with 17 voting for and 0 against it was

 

RESOLVED,     that planning permission be GRANTED subject to conditions set out in Appendix 1 of the report.

 

80.

Application Reference No. 4/17/9007. Proposal: Development of a new underground metallurgical coal mine and associated development including: the refurbishment of two existing drifts leading to two new underground drifts; coal storage and processing buildings; office and change building; access road; ventilation, power and water infrastructure; security fencing; lighting; outfall to sea; surface water management system and landscaping at the former Marchon site (High Road) Whitehaven; a new coal loading facility and railway sidings linked to the Cumbrian Coast Railway Line with adjoining office / welfare facilities; extension of railway underpass; security fencing; lighting; landscaping; construction of a temporary development compound, and associated permanent access on land off Mirehouse Road, Pow Beck Valley, south of Whitehaven; and a new underground coal conveyor to connect the coal processing buildings with the coal loading facility. Location: Former Marchon Site, Pow Beck Vall pdf icon PDF 986 KB

To consider a report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure.

Minutes:

Members had before them a report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure which explained this was an Addendum to the previous report on the planning application for the development of a new underground metallurgical coal mine and associated development at the former Marchon site (High Road) Whitehaven.  The previous report was considered at the Development Control and Regulation meeting held on 19 March 2019.  The addendum report considered the implication of a potential challenge to the decision made in March 2019.

 

The Development Control Manager referred members to the update sheet, which contained details of the late representations and objections received.

 

In March 2019 the Committee resolved to grant planning permission for the Mine, subject to conditions and a Section 106 agreement to secure various obligations including highway and heritage improvements and also a restoration bond.  The s106 agreement was nearing completion. However the Secretary of State had issued a direction under article 31 of the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015. This prevented the release of the Council’s decision until the Secretary of States decided whether to call in the application to determine it himself.

On the 21 June 2019 the Council received a letter from Leigh Day Solicitors acting on behalf of “Keep Cumbrian Coal in the Hole” (KCCH) who were one of a number of objectors to the planning application. The letter contended that there had been material changes in circumstances since the Committee`s resolution that required the application to be reconsidered by Committee. The letter also contended that there were a number of alleged flaws in our Original Committee Report that could form the basis of a legal challenge to the Council’s decision.

The County Council had reviewed the contents of the letter carefully and decided to address those matters in an Addendum to the original Committee Report, given the time available due to the Secretary of State’s direction. This report itemised each of those issues and provided the Council’s response to the issues raised.  The opportunity had also been taken to propose adding an obligation to the S106 Agreement for a financial contribution to the Council to ensure that works to the access with the junction with the public highway and necessary improvements to the Mirehouse Road/St Bees Road junction were carried out. The works were necessary to ensure the safe access and egress to the site and at the Mirehouse Road/St Bees Road junction and this had been agreed with West Cumbria Mining.

Normally the only recourse to challenge a decision to grant planning permission was a Judicial Review after the planning permission had been issued. However because the County Council had yet to release the formal decision notice, Leigh Day has raised the issues in advance and the additional agreed S106 obligation, it was considered appropriate in this particular instance for the Committee to ratify its original decision having considered the issues raised and the additional S106 obligation.

The Council needed to consider whether any alleged  ...  view the full minutes text for item 80.

81.

Applications Determined Under Delegated Powers pdf icon PDF 102 KB

[Electoral Divisions: Various]

 

To consider a report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure

 

To note that these are applications that have recently been determined by the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure in accordance with the schemes of delegation.

Minutes:

RESOLVED,       that the list of applications/consultations determined under delegated powers be noted.

82.

Applications Proposed to be Determined Under Delegated Powers pdf icon PDF 109 KB

[Electoral Divisions: Various]

 

To consider a report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure

 

To note that these applications that have been submitted to the County Council but are not ready/appropriate for presentation to the Committee of for determination under delegated powers and/or have been recently withdrawn or determined as invalid or not requiring planning permission etc.

 

Minutes:

RESOLVED,       that the list of applications/consultations proposed to be determined under delegated powers be noted.

 

83.

forward plan pdf icon PDF 89 KB

[Electoral Divisions: Various]

 

To consider a report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure

 

To note the Committee’s Forward Plan.

Minutes:

The list of applications to be considered at future meetings was discussed.

 

RESOLVED,       that the Forward Plan be noted.

84.

Date and time of next meeting

The next meeting will be held on 12 December 2019 at 10.00am at County Offices, Kendal.

Minutes:

Discussion took place on whether to reschedule the date of the next meeting, currently planned for 12 December 2019, as this was now the date of the General Election.

 

RESOLVED,     that the meeting currently scheduled for 12 December be moved to 4 December at County offices, Kendal at 10am.