Agenda and minutes

Development Control Committee
Monday, 22nd February, 2021 1.30 pm

Venue: Virtual Meeting

Contact: Rachel Rourke Telephone: 01298 28400 ex. 2139  Email: rachel.rourke@highpeak.gov.uk

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Chair's Announcement

Minutes:

The Chair confirmed that the meeting was being broadcast live to the internet via the Council’s website and was capable of repeated viewing. The images and sound recording may be used for training purposes within the Council. All were asked to keep to the speaking guidelines which were outlined.  Any views expressed by any speaker in the meeting are the speaker’s own and do not necessarily reflect the views of High Peak Borough Council.

 

A minute silence was observed in respect of former Councillor David Mellor who had recently passed away.  Councillor Mellor had been a member of High Peak Borough Council from 1983 until 2015 and Chair of DC Committee from 2003 to 2015.

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To receive Disclosures of Interest on any matters before the Committee

1.    Disclosable Pecuniary Interests

2.    Other Interests

Minutes:

Councillor Perkins declared an ‘other’ interest in agenda item 12, “HPK/2020/0508 27 Thomas Street, Glossop” (reason: personal friend of the applicant) and withdrew from the meeting during the consideration and voting on the application

 

The Chair, Councillor McKeown, declared an ‘other’ interest on behalf of all members of the committee in agenda item 12, “HPK/2020/0508 27 Thomas Street, Glossop” (reason: applicants are HPBC Councillors)

 

Councillor Roberts declared a disclosable pecuniary interest in agenda item 10, HPK/2020/0437 Sweet Water Cottages, Longridge Lane, Peak Dale (reason: neighbour and is known to the applicant) and withdrew from the meeting during the consideration and voting on the application

 

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Minutes of the previous meeting pdf icon PDF 94 KB

Minutes:

RESOLVED:

 

That the minutes of the meeting held on 18 January 2021 be approved as a correct record.

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Update Sheet pdf icon PDF 130 KB

Minutes:

RESOLVED:

 

That the update sheet be noted.

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Planning Applications pdf icon PDF 48 KB

Minutes:

RESOLVED:

 

That the report be noted.

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Tree Preservation Order at Eton House and Carlisle House, Broad Walk, Buxton (295) pdf icon PDF 83 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Committee considered the objections raised to a temporary Tree Preservation Order at Eton House and Carlisle House, Broad Walk, Buxton.

 

During consideration of the report, the Council’s Arboricultural Officer confirmed that the making of a TPO would not prevent the management and pruning of the trees, although an application would need to be made.

 

RESOLVED:

 

That, notwithstanding the objections raised, the Tree Preservation Order be confirmed for the reasons given at paragraph 5 (i) a-b of the report, and the objectors and original applicant be advised on the next course of action.

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HPK/2020/0064 Land off Trenchard Drive, Buxton - Application to vary planning condition 2 attached to Full Application Ref: HPK/2018/0315 pdf icon PDF 281 KB

Minutes:

Application to vary planning condition 2 attached to Full Application Ref: HPK/2018/0315

 

Applicant:        Persimmon Homes

 

The Committee were addressed by Mrs Drennan and Marie Hutchinson in objection to parts of the application, Councillors Grooby and Savage (ward councillors) and Adele Jacques (applicant)

 

The Committee viewed plans, photographs and videos of the site.

 

At the conclusion of the item, the Chair thanked officers and the applicant for their time spent in reaching an acceptable agreement.

 

RESOLVED:

 

1.    That approval be granted subject to:

(i)            The LLFA confirming that they have no objection to the revised landscaping / drainage plans;

(ii)           The same conditions as previously, subject to the changes /amendments as set out in the report;

(iii)          The removal of permitted development rights for dormer extensions at plots 119 and 118;

(iv)          The acceptance of the developer’s offer to install additional land drains in the vicinity of no 49 Burlow Road to aid drainage in that area

 

2.    That in the event of any changes being needed to the wording of the Committee’s decision (such as to delete, vary or add conditions /informatives / planning obligations or reasons for approval / refusal) prior to the decision being issued, the Head of Development Services be delegated authority to do so in consultation with the Chair of the Committee, provided that the changes do not exceed the substantive nature of the committee’s decision.

 

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HPK/2020/0047 Land adj to Sheffield Road, Chapel en le Frith - erection of two industrial units with associated off street parking and landscaping pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Minutes:

Erection of two industrial units with associated off-street parking and landscaping

 

Applicant:        Natural Stone Surfaces Ltd.

 

The Committee viewed plans and photographs of the site.

 

During the debate, it was confirmed that a footpath diversion order would be required to divert a public footpath within the site currently passing over one of the proposed parking spaces.

 

RESOLVED:

 

1.    That planning permission be granted subject to:

(i)            The conditions as set out within the report;

(ii)           An additional condition to require a scheme of wall repair along the tramway to be submitted and approved by officers

 

2.    That in the event of any changes being needed to the wording of the committee’s decision (such as to delete, vary or add conditions / informatives / planning obligations or reasons for approval/refusal) prior to the decision being issued, the Operations Manager – Development Services be delegated authority to do so in consultation with the Chair of the Committee. Provided that het changes do not exceed the substantive nature of the Committee’s decision.

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HPK/2020/0062 Buxworth Football Club - Retrospective advertisement consent for the retention of 17 x pitch perimeter hoarding signs pdf icon PDF 2 MB

Minutes:

Retrospective advertisement consent for the retention of 17 x pitch perimeter hoarding signs

 

Applicant:        Mr Mark Burgess

 

The Committee viewed plans and photographs of the site.

 

During the debate, members commented that the club should eb encouraged to work with the council to explore alternative options at the site.

 

RESOLVED:

 

1.    That planning permission be refused as set out within the report;

 

2.    That in the event of any changes being needed to the wording of the committee’s decision (such as to delete, vary or add conditions / informatives / planning obligations or reasons for approval / refusal) prior to the decision being issued, the Operations Manager – Development Services be delegated authority to do so in consultation with the Chair of the Committee, provided that the changes do not exceed the substantive nature of the committee’s decision.

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HPK/2020/0437 Sweet Water Cottages, Longridge Lane, Peak Dale - erection of general purpose agricultural building pdf icon PDF 430 KB

Minutes:

Erection of general-purpose agricultural building

 

Applicant:        Mr Stephen Wardle

 

The Committee viewed plans and photographs of the site.

 

RESOLVED:

 

1.    That planning permission be granted as set out in the report, subject to:

(i)            The amendment of condition 7 to refer to the removal of the storage containers and the trailer

 

2.    That in the event of any changes being needed to the wording of the Committee’s decision (such as to delete, vary or add conditions / informatives / planning obligations or reasons for approval / refusal) prior to the decision being issued, the Operations Manager – Development Services be delegated authority to do so in consultation with the Chair of the Committee, provided that the changes do not exceed the substantive nature of the Committee’s decision.

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HPK/2018/0092 1 Greggs Avenue, Chapel en le Frith - Single storey side extension to existing semi-detached property - retrospective pdf icon PDF 426 KB

Minutes:

Single storey side extension to existing semi-detached property – retrospective

 

Applicant:        Mr C Tomlinson

 

The Committee viewed plans and photographs of the site

 

RESOLVED:

 

1.    That planning permission be approved as set out within the report, subject to:

(i)            The provision of a boundary wall to separate the driveway from the footpath;

(ii)           The surfacing of the two car parking spaces to be in a permeable surface or which drain to a permeable area;

(iii)          The relocation of the street sign and dropped kerb; and

(iv)          The fence to be reinstated on the original line

 

2.    That in the event of any changes being needed to the wording of committee’s decision (such as to delete, vary or add conditions / informatives / planning obligations or reasons for approval / refusal) prior to the decision being issued, the Head of Development Services be delegated authority to do so in consultation with the Chair of the Committee, provided that the changes do not exceed the substantive nature of the committee’s decision.

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HPK/2020/0508 27 Thomas Street, Glossop - Proposed ground floor rear extension to replace existing conservatory and a first floor side extension above existing garage ( to be rebuilt) pdf icon PDF 350 KB

Minutes:

Proposed ground floor rear extension to replace existing conservatory and a first floor side extension above existing garage (to be rebuilt)

 

Applicant:        Mr and Mrs G Wharmby

 

The Committee viewed plans and photographs of the site

 

RESOLVED:

 

1.    That planning permission be approved as set out within the report;

 

2.    That in the event of any changes being needed to the wording of the Committee’s decision (such as to delete vary or add conditions / informatives / planning obligations or reasons for approval / refusal) prior to the decision being issued, the Head of Development Services be delegated authority to do so in consultation with the Chair of the Committee, provided that the changes do not exceed the substantive nature of the committee’s decision.