Agenda and minutes

Venue: Cabinet Room 'B' - The Diamond Jubilee Room, County Hall, Preston

Contact: Cath Rawcliffe  Tel: (01772) 533380, Email:  cath.rawcliffe@lancashire.gov.uk

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Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies for absence

Minutes:

None received.

2.

Disclosure of Pecuniary and Non-Pecuniary Interests

Members are asked to consider any Pecuniary and Non-Pecuniary Interests they may have to disclose to the meeting in relation to matters under consideration on the Agenda.

 

Minutes:

None declared.

3.

Minutes of the last meeting held on 27 November 2019 pdf icon PDF 377 KB

The Committee are asked to agree that the Minutes of the last meeting held on 27 November 2019 be confirmed and signed by the Chair.

 

 

Minutes:

That the Minutes of the meeting held on 27 November 2019 be confirmed and signed by the Chair.

 

4.

Update Sheet pdf icon PDF 182 KB

Officers to present an update in relation to matters under consideration on the Agenda.

 

If necessary, the meeting will adjourn for a short time to enable the committee to read the additional information which will be considered as part of the related agenda report.

 

Minutes:

The Update Sheet was circulated at the meeting and attached as a supplementary agenda item.

5.

Chorley Borough: Application Number. LCC/2019/0054
Remodelling of Charnock Richard Golf Course incorporating the reconfiguration of 9 holes and localised raising of levels using imported inert materials.
The Laurels at Charnock, Charnock Richard Golf Course,
Preston Road, Charnock Richard. pdf icon PDF 271 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Committee considered a report on an application for the remodelling of Charnock Richard Golf Course, Preston Road, Charnock Richard.

 

The report included the views of Chorley Borough Council, Charnock Richard Parish Council, the Coal Authority, the County Council's Ecology Service, the Environment Agency, the County Council's Highways Development Control, Natural England, the Lead Local Flood Authority, United Utilities and details of 10 letters of representation received - 9 in support and one objecting to the proposal.

 

The Development Management Officer presented a PowerPoint presentation showing an aerial view of the site and the nearest residential properties. The Committee was also shown various photographs of the site and access roads.

 

The Officer reported orally that it was proposed to reword condition 9 with regard to wheel cleaning measures and condition 12 to update a scheme of reasonable avoidance measures for great crested newts. Full details were circulated at the meeting and are set out in the Update Sheet at item 4 of the agenda.

 

Following debate and questions to the Officers by the Members it was:

 

Resolved:  That planning permission be Granted subject to the conditions set out in the report to the Committee.

 

 

6.

South Ribble Borough: application number LCC/2017/0001/6
Scheme and programme to comply with condition 18 (highway monitoring and management strategy) of permission LCC/2017/0001.
Penwortham Bypass, from A582 Broad Oak roundabout connecting to A59 between Howick C of E Primary School and Blackhurst Cottages, Penwortham. pdf icon PDF 115 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Committee considered a report on an application for a scheme and programme to comply with condition 18 (highway monitoring and management strategy) of permission LCC/2017/0001 in relation to Penwortham Bypass which runs between the A59 south west of Penwortham centre and linking with the A582 at the Broad Oak roundabout.

 

The report included the views of the county council's Highways Development Control.

 

The Development Management Officer presented a PowerPoint presentation showing an aerial view of the site and the nearest residential properties.

 

Resolved:  That the scheme and programme submitted under the requirements of condition 18 of planning permission LCC/2017/0001 be approved.

 

 

7.

Preston City: application number. LCC/2019/0046NM2
Non material amendment to condition 3b of planning permission LCC/2016/0046 for the relocation of Hodder Aqueduct Diversion as part of the development of the Preston Western Distributor Road.
Land in Lea, Cottam and Bartle and to the west and north of the existing built up area of Preston. pdf icon PDF 206 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Committee considered a report on an application for a non material amendment to condition 3b of planning permission LCC/2016/0046 for the relocation of the Hodder Aqueduct Diversion as part of the development of the Preston Western Distributor Road on land in Lea, Cottam and Bartle and to the west and north of the existing built up area of Preston.

 

The Development Management Officer presented a PowerPoint presentation showing an aerial view of the site and the nearest residential properties. The Committee was also shown illustrations showing the original and the revised aqueduct diversion route.

 

Resolved:  That the proposed non material amendment to condition 3b of the planning permission LCC/2016/0046 be approved and that the drawing labelled 'Hodder LDTM Diversion Approved Route' be replaced by drawing ref CLM01-LCC-DR-4100-1999.

 

8.

Rossendale Borough: Application Number. LCC/2019/0065
Widening of the existing path to create a 3m wide cycle path and construction of a new 3m wide cycle path through woodland including replacement lighting columns and fencing to the A56 and associated works.
Land between Commerce Street and South Shore Street, Haslingden. pdf icon PDF 248 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Committee considered a report on an application for the widening of the existing path to create a 3m wide cycle path and the construction of a new 3m wide cycle path through woodland including replacement lighting columns and fencing to the A56 and associated works on land between Commerce Street and South Shore Street, Haslingden.

 

The report included the views of the county council's Ecology Service, Highways England, the Environment Agency, Natural England, the county council's Highways Development Control and details of four letters of objection received.    

 

The Development Management Officer presented a PowerPoint presentation showing an aerial view of the site and the nearest residential properties. The Committee was also shown an illustration of the existing cycle routes in the area and plans for the site together with photographs of the proposed route.

 

Following debate and questions to the Officers by the Members regarding the surface materials proposed for the cycle path, it was:

 

Resolved:  That planning permission be granted subject first to the provision of an obligation under section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 relating to ecological mitigation and subject to the conditions set out in the report to the Committee.

 

9.

Planning Applications determined by the Head of Planning and Environment in accordance with the County Council's Scheme of Delegation. pdf icon PDF 202 KB

Minutes:

It was reported that since the last meeting of the Committee on 27 November 2019, six planning applications had been granted planning permission by the Head of Service Planning and Environment in accordance with the county council's Scheme of Delegation.

 

Resolved: That the report be noted

 

10.

Urgent Business

An item of urgent business may only be considered under this heading where, by reason of special circumstances to be recorded in the Minutes, the Chairman of the meeting is of the opinion that the item should be considered at the meeting as a matter of urgency.  Wherever possible, the Chief Executive should be given advance warning of any Member’s intention to raise a matter under this heading.

 

Minutes:

There were no items of urgent business.

11.

Date of Next Meeting

The next meeting of the Development Control Committee will be held on Wednesday 4 March 2020 at 10.30 a.m. in Committee Room B - the Diamond Jubilee Room, County Hall, Preston.

Minutes:

Resolved: That the next meeting of the Committee be held on Wednesday 4 March 2020 at 10.30am.