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Agenda item

Applications Under Various Acts/Regulations

Report of the Director of Regeneration and Development Services

Minutes:

7.1

RESOLVED: That (a) the applications now submitted for permission to develop land under the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and the Regulations made thereunder and for consent under the Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 1989, be decided as shown in the minutes of this meeting, and the requisite notices issued; the granting of any permission or consent shall not constitute approval, permission or consent by this Committee or the Council for any other purpose;

 

 

 

(b) having heard representations at the meeting from a local resident speaking against the development, an application for planning permission for the erection of a dwellinghouse and single-storey side/rear extension to an existing dwellinghouse (Amended scheme to 14/01848/FUL) at High Bank Eckington Road (Case No. 15/00146/FUL) be granted, conditionally, subject to (i) Condition 5 being amended by the addition of the word “not” prior to the word “projecting” and (ii) an additional Directive being attached advising the applicant that the site had been identified as potentially contaminated land under Part 2A of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 and that the responsibility for safe development and occupancy of the site rested with the developer, as detailed in a supplementary report circulated at the meeting;

 

 

 

(c) having noted an update to the report now submitted from the Environmental Protection Service in respect of the number of complaints to the Police non-emergency telephone number 101, as detailed in a supplementary report circulated at the meeting, an application for planning permission for the use of a restaurant (Class A3) as a restaurant/drinking establishment (Class A3/A4) at D Michaels 543 Ecclesall Road (Case No. 14/04521/CHU) be granted, conditionally, subject to amendments to Conditions 4, 6 and 7, as detailed in the aforementioned supplementary report circulated;

 

 

 

(d) having (i) noted (A) an amendment to the report now submitted in respect of substituting the road “Granville Road” for references to “City Road” under “Location and Proposal” and “Design Issues” (Pages 46 and 48), (B) additional representations and (C) that the incorrect plan numbers had been referenced under Condition 2, all as detailed in a supplementary report circulated at the meeting and (ii) an additional public representation objecting to the development, reported orally at the meeting by the Director of Regeneration and Development Services, an application for planning permission for alterations to a basement to form a Youth Centre to be ancillary to the existing Community Centre and provision of an associated means of access at basement level at 84 Norfolk Road (Case No. 14/04495/FUL) be granted, conditionally, subject to Condition 2 being amended in respect of the plans relating to the development, as detailed in the aforementioned supplementary report;

 

 

 

(e) (i) having (A) noted additional representations from a local ward Councillor in support of the development and from the Broomhill Action and Neighbourhood Group objecting to the development, as detailed in a supplementary report circulated at the meeting and (B) heard a representation at the meeting from a local resident speaking against the development and (ii) notwithstanding the officer’s recommendation, an application for planning permission for the demolition and rebuilding of the existing north east boundary wall at 20 Hallamgate Road (Case No. 14/04476/FUL) be refused as the Committee consider that the existing boundary wall made a positive contribution to the character and appearance of the Broomhill Conservation Area which would be lost by the proposed design of the replacement wall, as such there was no public benefit or justification for its removal;

 

 

 

(f) having noted amendments to plot 7, as detailed in a supplementary report circulated at the meeting, an application for planning permission for the erection of 41 dwellinghouses and associated car parking accommodation and landscaping works (Phase 2) on land between Maltravers Place and Whites Lane Cricket Inn Road (Case No. 14/04287/FUL) be granted, conditionally, subject to (i) (A) Condition 2 being amended in respect of the plans relating to the development (B) the completion of a legal agreement, with payment made in two phases, all as detailed in the aforementioned supplementary report and (ii) the advertising of proposed highway closures in connection with the scheme, and (A) no objection be raised to the proposed stopping-up of the areas of highway shown hatched on the Plan No. 14/04287/FUL-STOP_UP subject to satisfactory arrangements being made with Statutory Undertakers with regards to their mains and services that may be affected and (B) authority be given to the Director of Legal and Governance to take all necessary action on the matter under the relevant powers contained within Section 257 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990;

 

 

 

(g) having noted the consultation update from the Environment Agency, as detailed in a supplementary report circulated at the meeting, an application for planning permission for the erection of 34 dwellings with associated car parking accommodation and landscaping works (Phase 3) on land at Maltravers Way (Case No. 14/04277/FUL) be granted, conditionally, subject to (i) (A) Condition 2 being amended in respect of the plans relating to the development and (B) an additional condition being attached in respect of the retained substation on the site, as detailed in the aforementioned supplementary report and (ii) the advertising of proposed highway closures in connection with the scheme, and (A) no objection be raised to the proposed stopping-up of the areas of highway shown hatched on the Plan No. 14/04277/FUL-STOP_UP subject to satisfactory arrangements being made with Statutory Undertakers with regards to their mains and services that may be affected and (B) authority be given to the Director of Legal and Governance to take all necessary action on the matter under the relevant powers contained within Section 247 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990;

 

 

 

(h) having heard representations at the meeting from the owner of an adjacent company speaking against the development and from the applicant’s agent speaking in support of the development, an application for planning permission for the part demolition and erection of a mixed use development, incorporating 138 studio apartments with associated works, landscaping and ancillary facilities plus a commercial unit (Use Class A3/B1) in a retained element of the existing building at W W Laycock and Sons Ltd at 33 to 41 Suffolk Road  (Case No. 14/03505/FUL) be granted, conditionally, subject to (i) amendments to Conditions 3, 4, 5, 10, 14, 15, 16, 18, 20, 27, 34, 37, 39, 42, 43 and 44, (ii) Directive 3 being deleted, all as detailed in a supplementary report circulated at the meeting and (iii) the completion of a legal agreement;

 

 

 

(i) having noted an officer update on various options for improving the light to the adjacent White Rose Works, as detailed in a supplementary report circulated at the meeting, an application for planning permission for the demolition of the former Eon Works and erection of 129 studios and apartments with ground floor ancillary laundry, cinema, gym and commercial unit for retail, café/restaurant and office use (Classes A1, A3, B1) at the former Eon Works, Earl Street (Case No. 14/02979/FUL) be granted, conditionally, subject to the completion of a legal agreement and an additional condition in respect of demolition works;

 

 

 

(j) having (i) noted (A) the additional representations and the officer’s response and (B) the officer’s revised recommendation in respect of adding a dual recommendation with regard to the legal agreement, all as detailed in a supplementary report circulated at the meeting and (ii) heard representations from a local Councillor, the Chair of the Sharrow Vale Community Association and a local resident speaking at the meeting against the development and from the applicant’s agent speaking at the meeting for the development, an application for planning permission for a mixed use development, including the demolition of existing single-storey buildings and erection of 20 apartments (Use Class C3), change of use of the existing buildings to create 2 commercial units (A1/A3/A4/B1/D2 use) and formation of 3 apartments (Use Class C3), and change of use of garage premises to a management office, residents gym and facilities ancillary to residential accommodation on land and buildings at the junction with Dyson Place  and Gordon Road  (Case No. 14/01724/FUL) be granted, conditionally, subject to (I) an additional Condition in respect of restricting, other than for emergency purposes, pedestrian access/egress with regard to the development from Ashford Road and (II) the completion of a legal agreement, but in the event that the legal agreement is not concluded by 24 March 2015, unless an alternative timescale is agreed with the Local Planning Authority, authority be given for the application to be refused in accordance with the dual recommendation, as detailed in the report now submitted; and

 

 

 

(k) having (i) noted additional representations and the officer’s response, as detailed in a supplementary report circulated at the meeting and (ii) heard additional representations from, a local ward Councillor at the meeting objecting to the development, an application for planning permission for the demolition of a petrol filling station and erection of a retail development (Use Class A1) with access, car parking, servicing and associated works at the BP Crosspool Garage, 459 Manchester Road, Fulwood (Case No. 14/01275/FUL) be granted, conditionally.

 

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