Agenda and minutes

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217.

APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

To receive any apologies for absence.

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Councillor Shelim.

218.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST pdf icon PDF 237 KB

To receive any declarations of interest.

 

Minutes:

Cllr M. Airey – Declared a personal interest in item 1 as the application was called in to Panel by his wife, Councillor N. Airey. However, he confirmed he had not discussed the application with Councillor N. Airey and he attended Panel with an open mind.

219.

MINUTES pdf icon PDF 81 KB

To confirm the minutes of the previous meeting.

Minutes:

RESOLVED UNANIMOUSLY: That the minutes of the meeting held on 7 December 2018 be approved.

220.

PLANNING APPLICATIONS (DECISION) pdf icon PDF 46 KB

To consider the Head of Planning’s report on planning applications received.

 

Full details on all planning applications (including application forms, site plans, objections received, correspondence etc.) can be found by accessing the Planning Applications Public Access Module at http://www.rbwm.gov.uk/pam/search.jsp

Additional documents:

Minutes:

18/03027       Mr Howells: Construction of new building comprising 11 x two bedroom and 3 x one bedroom flats with associated parking. Alteration to existing access and new bin enclosure at Windsor Physiotherapy, Essex Lodge, 69 Osborne Road, Windsor SL4 3EQ – THE PANEL VOTED UNANIMOUSLY to refuse planning permission in accordance with the Head of Planning’s recommendations for the reasons as listed below:

 

1.    The proposed development would appear cramped and unduly prominent in the street scene to the detriment of the spacious character and appearance of the site itself and the locality in general and the setting of the adjacent Conservation Area.

2.    The proposed development would appear overbearing and unduly prominent when viewed from Heron Lodge to the detriment of their living conditions.

3.    The proposal would result in future pressure to remove or reduce the adjacent Lime tree and insufficient space has been provided to secure any meaningful planting/landscaping.

4.    The proposal has failed to deliver any affordable housing in accordance with paragraph 64 of the NPPF.

5.    The drainage information supplied with the application has failed to adequately demonstrate an acceptable Sustainable Drainage System. As such, the proposal has failed to comply with emerging policy NR1 of the Borough Local Plan 2013-2033 Submission Version and guidance set out in paragraph 165 of the NPPF.

 

                        (The Panel was addressed by Richard Moir in objection and Kevin Scott on behalf of the applicant applicant).

 

18/03138       Mr Gray: Partial demolition of garages, and change of use and conversion of 6 garages and 2 storage buildings to a single storey dwelling, with parking, access and amenity space at Land to Rear of 54 to 60 Clewer Hill Road, Windsor – THE PANEL VOTED to approve the application and grant planning permission with the conditions listed in Section 13 of the Main report in accordance with the Head of Planning’s recommendations.

 

                        Six Councillors voted in favour of the motion to approve (Cllrs M. Airey, Alexander, Bateson, Bicknell, Da Costa and S. Rayner), and two Councillors voted against the motion (Cllrs Bowden and Quick).

 

                        (The Panel were addressed by Anthony Grey in objection and Terry Platt on behalf of the applicant).

 

221.

ESSENTIAL MONITORING REPORTS (MONITORING) pdf icon PDF 51 KB

To consider the Essential Monitoring reports.

 

Minutes:

The details of the Essential Monitoring Reports were noted.