Burnley Borough: application number. LCC/2019/0069
Change of use of end of life vehicle building to use for the drying and pelletising of waste solid recovered fuel (SRF), construction of 2 x 20m high flues, construction of underground ducting to
Decision Maker: Development Control Committee
Decision status: For Determination
Is Key decision?: No
DC Committee report
A report was presented on an application for the change of use of end of life vehicle building to use for the drying and pelletising of waste solid recovered fuel (SRF), construction of 2 x 20m high flues, construction of underground ducting to transfer warm air from boiler to the pelletising building, and the storage of baled SRF in the northern yard at Hapton Valley Transfer Station, Hapton Valley Estate, Accrington Road, Hapton.
The report included the views of the Environment Agency, the County Council's Highways Development Control and three letters of representation 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 proposed development and photographs of the site.
Officers responded to questions raised by the committee members in respect of noise mitigation measures and the potential for flood risk from the run-off from the site.
Following further debate it was:
Resolved: That subject to the applicant first entering into a Section 106 Agreement in relation to earthworks and landscaping, planning permission be granted subject to conditions set out in the report to the committee.
Report author: Jonathan Haine
Date of decision: 03/06/2020
Decided at meeting: 03/06/2020 - Development Control Committee