Agenda and draft minutes

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240.

APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

To receive any apologies for absence.

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Councillors M. Airey and Bowden.

241.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST pdf icon PDF 237 KB

To receive any declarations of interest.

 

Minutes:

None.

242.

MINUTES pdf icon PDF 53 KB

To confirm the minutes of the previous meeting.

Minutes:

RESOLVED UNANIMOUSLY: That the minutes of the meeting held on 18 March 2019 be approved.

243.

PLANNING APPLICATIONS (DECISION) pdf icon PDF 1 MB

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

 

Minutes:

18/02376       Construction of an all-weather pitch with associated fencing, floodlighting and landscaping at Agars Plough Playing Fields, Eton College, Pococks Lane, Eton, Windsor – THE PANEL VOTED to grant planning permission on the satisfactory completion of an undertaking to secure the community use of the facilities as outlined in Section 9 of the Main Report and with the conditions listed in Section 13 of the Main Report, as per the Head of Planning’s recommendations.

 

                        Seven Councillors voted in favour (Cllrs Alexander, Beer, Bicknell, Cannon, Quick, S. Rayner and E. Wilson), and one Councillor abstained from the vote (Cllr Da Costa).

 

19/00544       Construction of x3 dwellings with associated car parking, landscaping and associated infrastructure at Garage Block to the Rear of 121 and 123 And Land to the Rear of 113 to 117 Springfield Road. – THE PANEL VOTED to grant planning permission with the conditions listed in Section 13 of the Main Report, as per the Head of Planning’s recommendations, and with the conditions as listed below:

 

                        Condition 5 amended to read: 

 

1.    The development shall not be occupied until all walls, fencing or any other means of enclosure (including any retaining walls), have been constructed in accordance with details that have first been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.  The details submitted shall include the boundary wall between the site and Combermere Close at a minimum height of 3m.  Reason – To ensure the satisfactory resultant appearance and standard amenity of the site and the surrounding area.  Relevant policy – Local Plan DG1

 

An additional condition 17 will be added to read:

 

2.    Prior to the commencement of development and notwithstanding the details shown on the drawings hereby approved, further details of the first floor rear windows to the proposed houses shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The development shall be carried out and maintained in accordance with the approved details. Reason – To ensure the satisfactory resultant appearance and living conditions of nearby properties.  Relevant policy – Local Plan DG1, H11

Seven Councillors voted in favour (Cllrs Alexander, Bicknell, Cannon, Da Costa, Quick, S. Rayner and E. Wilson), and one Councillor abstained from the vote (Cllr Beer).

 

 

                        (The Panel was addressed by Mr Biernat and Mr James in objections and Mr Matt Hill, the agent).

 

 

244.

ESSENTIAL MONITORING REPORTS (MONITORING) pdf icon PDF 45 KB

To consider the Essential Monitoring reports.

 

Minutes:

All details of the Essential Monitoring Reports were noted.

 

The Chairman stated that as it was the final meeting of the Windsor Urban Development Management Panel in its current format, he wished to express his thanks for all the hard work carried out by Members, Planning Officers, Legal Officers and the Clerk over the course of the four year term since the last Local Election.