Agenda and minutes

Development Control and Regulation Committee
Friday, 18th January, 2019 10.00 am

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

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

Items
No. Item

91.

Apologies for Absence

To receive any apologies for absence.

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Mr J Holliday, Mr A McGuckin, Mr D Whipp and Mr D Wilson.

92.

Changes in Membership

To note any changes in membership.

Minutes:

It was noted that Mr Gawne replaced Mr Wilson as a member of the Committee for this meeting only.

93.

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:

There were no disclosures of interest made at the meeting.

94.

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.

95.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 84 KB

To confirm as a correct record the Minutes of a meeting held on 6 December 2018

 

Minutes:

RESOLVED,      that the minutes of the meeting held on 6 December 2018 be confirmed as a correct record and signed by the Chairman.

 

The Senior Democratic Services Officer reported that at the 5 October 2018 meeting, at Minute 58b, the application number should read 1/17/9016 rather than 1/17/9006 in the penultimate sentence of the first paragraph.

96.

COMMONS REGISTRATION: NL0062 - APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF LAND AT BLENCARN PARK, ROCKCLIFFE AS A TOWN OR VILLAGE GREEN pdf icon PDF 182 KB

[Electoral Division: Longtown]

 

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

Additional documents:

Minutes:

A report from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure was considered relating to Commons Registration: NL0062 – Application for registration of land at Blencarn Park, Rockcliffe as a town or village green. The report advised that an application had been received from Rockcliffe Parish Council to register land at Blencarn Park, Rockcliffe as a town or village green.

 

The Commons Registration Officer presented the report to members, guiding them through the background to the application, the application of the law to the facts and evidence of the application and the representations received. She concluded that the evidence in the application did not fulfill the criteria. Therefore, she recommended that the application be rejected.

 

The Local Member, Mrs V Tarbitt was in attendance and made the following comments:

 

·         She asked for the application to be determined but was aware of the small number of submissions regarding the application from people in the area

·         The Parish Council was concerned over the length of the application form to register the land and the complex language used in the application form.

·         Rockcliffe was a tidal village susceptible to spring tides and severe flooding

·         Blencarn Park was the only safe recreation place for members of the community of all ages to congregate at

·         Refusal of the application flew in the face of community health and wellbeing benefits

·         Members were urged not to reject the application in order to remove the worry that the facility could be lost in the future

 

Following member questions, it was clarified by the Commons Registration Officer that any application must meet all of the criteria and they were equally as important as each other. She confirmed that she had received information from the landowner that the land was often waterlogged and this had been used in the assessment of the application.

 

It was moved by Mr Morgan and Seconded by Mr Worth that the application be rejected. Following a vote, cast as follows, in favour: 12, against: 0, abstentions: 2, it was,

 

RESOLVED that, the Committee reject the application on the ground that the statutory requirements contained at section 15(2) of the Commons Act 2006 have not been met.

97.

CA14/65 & CA14/66 - APPLICATIONS TO AMEND THE REGISTER TO RECORD AN HISTORIC EVENT - HISTORIC SEVERANCE OF A RIGHT OF COMMON (PRIMARY), HISTORIC APPORTIONMENT OF A RIGHT OF COMMON (SECONDARY), REGISTER UNIT CL93 NORTH AND EAST MALLERSTANG AND CL94 WESTERN MALLERSTANG COMMON, SOUTH OF FRITHS, ENTRIES 24 & 18 RESPECTIVELY. pdf icon PDF 164 KB

[Electoral Division: Kirkby Stephen]

 

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

Additional documents:

Minutes:

A report was considered from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure relating to CA14/65 and CA14/66 applications to amend the register to record an Historic Event – Historic Severance of a Right of Common (primary), Historic apportionment of a right of common (secondary), register unit CL93 North and East Mallerstang and CL94 Western Mallerstang Common, South of Friths, Entries 24 and 18 respectively. The purpose of the report was to request members to make a decision as to whether the application should be granted and amendments be made to the Council’s registers of common land.

 

The Commons Officer guided members through the report, outlining the application, the law and the legal implications of making the decision. Members were shown a number of photographs in order to aid their understanding of the application.

 

It was moved by Mr Bowness and seconded by Mr Hamilton that the application be accepted and amendments be made to the registers of common land.

 

Following a vote cast as follows, For: 11, Against: 0, Abstentions: 0, it was

 

RESOLVED that, the Committee accepts the applications and amends the registers of common land on the ground that severance of part of a right of common occurred on 3rd November 1997 and 15th May 1998 and that those instances of severance should be recorded in the register as a qualifying historic event under paragraph 2 of Schedule 3 to the Commons Act 2006.

 

98.

HIGHWAYS ACT 1980 SECTION 119 - APPLICATION TO DIVERT PUBLIC FOOTPATH NO 549035 PARISH OF LOWER ALLITHWAITE : DISTRICT OF SOUTH LAKELAND pdf icon PDF 811 KB

[Electoral Division: Cartmel]

 

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

 

Minutes:

A report was considered from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure regarding the Highways Act 1980 Section 119 – Application to divert public footpath no 549035 parish of Lower Allithwaite : District of South Lakeland. The report asked members to reach a decision as to whether or not a diversion order should be made.

 

The Countryside Access Officer guided members through the report, advising on the background to the diversion, consultation that had taken place and the legal implications relating to the application. The Countryside Access Officer was satisfied that the route would not be substantially less convenient.

 

It was moved by Mr Morgan and seconded by Mr English that a diversion order be made. Following a vote cast unanimously in favour of the motion, it was

RESOLVED that,

1             That, 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 that section of public footpath no 549035 in the parish of Lower Allithwaite shown A-B to a new route C-D-E-B on the plan at Appendix A; and

2             That all necessary actions be taken to confirm the order.

99.

HIGHWAYS ACT 1980 SECTION 119 - APPLICATION TO DIVERT PUBLIC FOOTPATH NO 522004 PARISH OF EGTON WITH NEWLAND : DISTRICT OF SOUTH LAKELAND pdf icon PDF 446 KB

[Electoral Division: Low Furness]

 

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

 

Minutes:

A report was considered from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure regarding a Highways Act 1980 Section 119 – Application to divert public footpath no 522004 parish of Egton with Newland : District of South Lakeland. The report asked members to reach a decision as to whether or not the diversion should be made.

 

The Countryside Officer showed members a map of the area and route and advised on the background to the diversion, on the consultation that had taken place and the legal implications relating to the diversion. He was satisfied that the diverted route was not inconvenient and it would improve access.

 

Following a number of questions, members were informed by Mr English that the footpath was well used and advised on how cars used the area and didn’t park on the road. It was noted that the diversion could potentially increase usage of the area.

 

It was moved by Mr Bowness and seconded by Mr English that the footpath be diverted to a new route. Following a vote, cast unanimously in favour of the motion, it was,

 

RESOLVED that,

 

1             That, 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 that section of public footpath no 522004 in the parish of Egton with Newland shown A-B to a new route A-C on the plan at Appendix A; and

2             That all necessary actions be taken to confirm the order.

100.

WILDLIFE & COUNTRYSIDE ACT 1981 - SECTION 53 APPLICATION TO UPGRADE EXISTING PUBLIC FOOTPATH 522017 AND PART OF EXISTING PUBLIC FOOTPATH 528001 TO PUBLIC BYWAY AND TO ADD A SECTION OF PUBLIC BYWAY AT GREENODD IN THE PARISHES OF EGTON WITH NEWLAND AND BACKBARROW & HAVERTHWAITE : DISTRICT OF SOUTH LAKELAND pdf icon PDF 1 MB

[Electoral Division: Low Furness]

 

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

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

A report was considered from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure regarding the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 – Section 53 Application to upgrade existing public footpath 522017 and part of existing public footpath 528001 to public byway and to add a section of public byway at Greenodd in the parishes of Egton with Newland and Backbarrow and Haverthwaite: District of South Lakeland. The report presented members with evidence regarding the route and asked for a decision to be made whether to proceed with the next stage of the process by making a legal order.

 

The Countryside Access Officer guided members through the report. He highlighted the background to the application, the consultations that had taken place, the legal position in terms of how an application was assessed and the conclusion he had arrived at using the evidence provided. He offered his opinion on the case to members. He explained the location using a map and a number of photographs to aid members’ understanding. Members’ attention was drawn to the update sheet where two further submissions from members of the public had been included.

 

Following member questions, the distances involved from points A to C and C to J were provided, they were informed that the claimed byway stopped at the end of the slipway and if there was access to the water, four wheel drive vehicles could legally use the byway.

 

Mr Campbell, Vice Chair of Egton with Newland Mansrigg and Osmotherley Parish Council had attended the meeting as per the Public Participation scheme and made the following comments:

 

·         If the order was made then the slipway would be the only accessible launch into the estuary

·         Canal Foot was the only other place for access for the emergency services

·         An application had been made thirteen years ago so that craft could be launched if there was an emergency

·         The Parish Council had been involved in the process for forty years.  They wanted public vehicular access onto the slipway

·         In 1970 when the bypass was planned, the Parish Council had ensured that an alternative public access be provided which was route A-J

·         The Parish Council tried to get the byway added to the Definitive Map but had not been successful

·         A number of bodies had written in support of the application

·         He hoped the Committee would approve the recommendation and let the Parish Council achieve the ambition it had had for forty years.

 

In response to a member question, Mr Campbell advised that there was two miles between the slipway and Canal Foot. He did not think that the byway would interfere with fishing activity.

 

Mr Stebbens, a local resident, had attended the meeting as per the Public Participation scheme and made the following comments:

 

·         He had been involved in the process since 1975 when the route for the new road was proposed. He had dealt with the Department of Transport to establish the route.

·         Since the installation of the new launch point into the river Crake he  ...  view the full minutes text for item 100.

101.

Reports on Applications for Planning Permission pdf icon PDF 83 KB

[Electoral Divisions: Various]

 

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

 

These are applications which are determined by the County Council after taking into account the views of consultees and relevant representations.  Applications in this category are prescribed by legislation. Private applications principally relate to minerals and waste management activities and associated development. County applications are developments which are to be carried out by the County Council itself or jointly with any other person.

 

 

101a

Application Reference No. 1/18/9012. Proposal: Section 73 application to vary Condition 4 of planning permission 1/16/9005 to allow amendments to the approved plans for an Energy from Waste plant as illustrated on Figures 2.3, 2.4 and 2.5, including: amendment to roof profile, configuration of air cooled condenser and car parking area, removal of fuel processing hall and 2 No. silos for storage and preparation of fuel, throughput and thermal EfW technology. Location: Kingmoor Park Industrial Estate, Land to the North of Kings Drive, Carlisle, CA6 4SE pdf icon PDF 725 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Planning Officer provided a very detailed presentation for members. The Committee was guided through the proposal and members were provided with a description of the site. The Planning Officer explained that members were considering a Section 73 application to vary a condition to the already agreed planning permission 1/16/9005.

 

The Planning Officer advised on the following:

 

  • What a Section 73 application was
  • The location of the site in relation to the surrounding area
  • Land use in the area
  • The proposed layout
  • What the facility consisted of
  • The plans relating to planning application 1/16/9005
  • Planning policy guidance
  • The elevation of the proposal
  • Traffic and the number of HGVs travelling to the site
  • A summary of the representations
  • The revised design plans
  • She considered that the proposed development did not have additional impact on highways
  • She considered that the proposal complied with relevant planning policies and guidance which were referred to in the report.
  • Construction impact would be dealt with by planning conditions
  • An air quality assessment had been undertaken
  • The Planning Officer concluded that the proposed development complied with Local and National Planning Policy, National Planning Policy Framework and Planning Policy Guidance

 

 

Members were shown slides of the existing and proposed development. Revised and proposed photomontages were provided for members. Planning Practice Guidance on Air Quality was explained. A flow chart and Air Quality dispersal maps were presented showing the changes between planning permission 1/16/9005 and the proposal before Members at the meeting. Improvements to air quality in comparison to that agreed in planning permission 1/16/9005 were explained.

 

Members had received a number of amendments to the report which had been included in the Update Sheet circulated before the meeting had commenced. Also included in the Update Sheet were letters of submission relating to the proposal with the Officer’s response to the points raised therein. In addition, a document from Mr Mudge, an objector present at the meeting was included which had been issued by CRAIN for the Committee which included what were considered to be outstanding issues and planning reasons for refusal. This had been circulated to the Committee prior to the meeting also.

 

In response to a member question regarding the identification of other sites near by which would result in fewer objections, it was reported that this site had been allocated for an Energy from Waste facility since 2009. The Chairman reminded members that they were considering a modification to planning permission 1/16/9005 for which planning permission had been granted until October 2018.

 

Mr Stordy attended the meeting as a member of the public, as per the Public Participation Scheme and made the following comments:

 

  • The Habitats Directive conserved natural habitats by setting up protected areas known as Natura 2000 or European Sites and this included the River Eden Special Area of Conservation
  • The Directive outlined the steps  to be taken to establish whether a development could go ahead
  • Where a development was likely to have a significant effect on such a site, there was a legal  ...  view the full minutes text for item 101a

101b

Application Reference No. 2/18/9010. Proposal: An extension to the permitted operational timescale (planning permission reference 2/06/9017) for sand and gravel extraction from the 31st December 2021 to 31st December 2036; amendment to the approved operations programme to incorporate the importation of 60,000m3 of inert soil materials; a 4.5ha reduction in the extent of mineral extraction within the current permitted (planning permission reference 2/06/9017) working area; a proposed 3.9ha extension area to the south west; and, a revised restoration scheme. Location: High House Quarry, Aldoth, Wigton, Cumbria pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Minutes:

A report was considered from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure regarding Application Reference No. 2/18/9010. Proposal: An extension to the permitted operational timescale (planning permission reference 2/06/9017) for sand and gravel extraction from the 31st December 2021 to 31st December 2036; amendment to the approved operations programme to incorporate the importation of 60,000m3 of inert soil materials; a 4.5ha reduction in the extent of mineral extraction within the current permitted (planning permission reference 2/06/9017) working area; a proposed 3.9ha extension area to the south west; and, a revised restoration scheme. Location: High House Quarry, Aldoth, Wigton, Cumbria.

 

The Planning Officer introduced the report, advising on the proposal, providing a description of the site and showing photographs and detailed maps of the topography of the area and photomontages.

 

Clarification was provided by the Planning Officer on the sections of roads at C1012 and C1011 where complaints had been received and it was anticipated that 100k tonnes of material per annum would leave the quarry. It was noted that Aldoth Quarry was connected with the site but this was now being restored and was separate to the proposal before members. Clarification was provided on the boundary of the quarry.

 

It was moved by Mr Cotton and seconded by Mrs Gray that planning permission be granted. Following a vote cast unanimously in favour of the motion, it was

 

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

101c

Application Reference No. 2/18/9013. Proposal: Single storey classroom extension, small single storey withdrawal room extension, internal alterations and associated external works. Location: Thursby School, School Road, Thursby, Carlisle, CA5 6PN pdf icon PDF 286 KB

Minutes:

A report was considered from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure regarding Application Reference No. 2/18/9013. Proposal: Single storey classroom extension, small single storey withdrawal room extension, internal alterations and associated external works. Location: Thursby School, School Road, Thursby, Carlisle, CA5 6PN.

 

The Planning Officer guided members through the report and presented slides showing the location of the proposal and the site plans. He briefed members on plans for a new housing development in the area, showed an aerial photograph of the highway network and showed the proposal’s elevations. He considered the proposal to be justified; it was in accordance with the Development Plan and planning conditions would mitigate any issues should they arise.

 

Members referred to revisiting access should there be further school expansion in future and discussion took place on the times in the day when congestion would be likely at the school. It was noted that currently, it was not the school’s intention to replace the covered cycle rack.

 

It was moved by Mrs Gray and seconded by Mr Cotton that planning permission be granted subject to the conditions set out in Appendix 1 to the report. Following a vote cast unanimously in favour of the motion, it was

 

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

101d

Application Reference No. 5/18/9008. Proposal: Proposed restoration scheme on former tip site to improve farm land, including partial demolition of barn and alterations to the junction with the A590(T). Location: Land at Newland Farm, Newland, Ulverston, Cumbria, LA12 7QQ pdf icon PDF 522 KB

Minutes:

A report was considered from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure regarding Application Reference No. 5/18/9008. Proposal: Proposed restoration scheme on former tip site to improve farm land, including partial demolition of barn and alterations to the junction with the A590 (T). Location: Land at Newland Farm, Newland, Ulverston, Cumbria, LA12 7QQ.

The Planning Officer guided members through the report, identifying the proposal, giving a site description and identifying key areas on a map to aid members’ understanding of the application.

In response to a member question, the Planning Officer advised on the use of back roads behind the A590, near the application site. She referred to the 2017 planning proposal where it had been considered that use of the lanes was unacceptable for safety reasons.

Mrs Ward attended the meeting as per the Public Participation Scheme and made comments as follows:

  • She lived at the Beild and spoke on behalf of residents
  • The field was less than 2m from her home whereas planning regulations stipulated stated developments should be 15m from a property.
  • The proposal would be visible from the Hoad monument in the area.
  • The proposal would disrupt all aspects of family life including privacy and work life balance
  • She was a nurse working regular nights and activity during the site working hours would disrupt her sleeping
  • The applicant lived away from the site so works would not disrupt their lifestyle.
  • Her house had been bought for the views and a 2.5m bund would obstruct the view
  • She feared that the proposal would negatively affect wildlife in the area
  • The view was appreciated by residents and visitors
  • The flooding referred to was only puddles when it rained heavily
  • Traffic in the area was currently heavy, there had been three accidents and the junction which would be altered, occasionally flooded
  • She felt that additional wagons in the road would make it even more dangerous for road users than it already was
  • She asked who would monitor the site should planning permission be granted

 

Mrs Ward clarified for a member where the road crossing was situated

Mr Evans had attended the meeting on behalf of the applicant, as per the Public Participation Scheme and made comments as follows:

  • Mr Williamson had bought the small holding which had subsequently been passed to his sons in 2008
  • The application formed part of a business plan to grow the business for the third generation of farmers
  • Granting planning permission would result in the farm producing winter feed in Cumbria thus reducing the cost of purchasing and transporting it from Lincolnshire
  • The area in question was frequently waterlogged in winter and spring resulting in an abundance of spiked grass which was not nutritious for cattle.
  • The ground was impossible to plough as it had been an old refuse site so was used for grazing as a last resort
  • If remedial action as outlined in the officer report was taken, land management could take place
  • The applicant had liaised regularly with the  ...  view the full minutes text for item 101d

101e

Application Reference No. 5/18/9012. Proposal: Section 73 planning application to amend condition 2 of planning permission 5/17/9016 to include details of an external sprinkler tank and pump house enclosure in association with provision of an automatic sprinkler system within the approved new building. Location: Sandside Lodge, Springfield Road, Ulverston, LA12 0EB pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Minutes:

A report was considered from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure regarding Application Reference No. 5/18/9012. Proposal: Section 73 planning application to amend condition 2 of planning permission 5/17/9016 to include details of an external sprinkler tank and pump house enclosure in association with provision of an automatic sprinkler system within the approved new building. Location: Sandside Lodge, Springfield Road, Ulverston, LA12 0EB.

 

The Planning Officer guided members through the report and presented plans showing the proposal’s elevations and what had previously been agreed under planning application 5/17/9016.

 

It was moved by Mr English and seconded by Mrs Gray that planning permission be granted subject to the conditions set out in Appendix 1 to the report. Following a vote cast unanimously in favour of the motion it was,

 

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

101f

Application Reference No. 5/18/9014. Proposal: Storage/workshop & site office and welfare building for Tony Brown Aggregates Ltd, including hardstanding areas for parking and the creation of bunds for landscaping. Location: Diamond Yard, Pennington Lane, Lindal-In-Furness, LA12 0LA pdf icon PDF 524 KB

Minutes:

A report was considered from the Acting Executive Director – Economy and Infrastructure regarding Application Reference No. 5/18/9014. Proposal: Storage/workshop & site office and welfare building for Tony Brown Aggregates Ltd, including hardstanding areas for parking and the creation of bunds for landscaping. Location: Diamond Yard, Pennington Lane, Lindal-In-Furness, LA12 0LA.

 

The Planning Officer guided members through the report, explaining the proposal, describing the site and outlining the site’s planning history. She presented slides showing the application site and photographs of the location to aid members’ understanding of the proposal.

 

A member commented on current usage of the site and considered that the proposed development would improve it. It was moved by Mr English and seconded by Mr Cotton that planning permission be granted, as set out in Appendix 1 to the report. Following a vote, cast unanimously in favour of the motion, it was

 

RESOLVED that, planning permission be granted as set out in Appendix 1 of the report

102.

Applications Determined Under Delegated Powers pdf icon PDF 80 KB

[Electoral Divisions: Various]

 

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

 

To note that these are applications/consultations 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.

103.

Applications Proposed to be Determined Under Delegated Powers pdf icon PDF 81 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 proposed to be determined under delegated powers be noted.

104.

Applications to be Considered at Future Meetings pdf icon PDF 97 KB

[Electoral Divisions: Various]

 

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

 

To note the list of outstanding planning applications.

Minutes:

RESOLVED,      that list of applications to be considered at future meetings be noted

105.

REPORTS AND UPDATES ON PLANNING ENFORCEMENT RELATED MATTERS pdf icon PDF 64 KB

[Electoral Divisions: Various]

 

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

 

Minutes:

Members noted that there were currently no reports or updates on planning enforcement related matters.

106.

Date and time of next meeting

The next meeting will be held on 22 February 2019 at 10.00am at County Offices, Kendal.

Minutes:

It was noted that the next meeting of the Committee would be held on 22 February 2019 at 10.00am at County Offices, Kendal.