Agenda and minutes

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Items
No. Item

1.

APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

To receive any apologies for absence.

Minutes:

None.

2.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST pdf icon PDF 237 KB

To receive any Declarations of Interest.

Minutes:

Councillor Shelim declared a personal interest on item 2, as he knew the applicant and the architect for the development had carried out some work for him in the past. Councillor Shelim confirmed he attended Panel with an open mind.

 

 

3.

MINUTES pdf icon PDF 61 KB

To note the minutes of the meeting of the Windsor Urban Development Management Panel which was held on 24 April 2019.

Minutes:

RESOLVED UNANIMOUSLY: That the minutes of the meeting held ono 24 April 2019 be noted.

4.

PLANNING APPLICATIONS (DECISION) pdf icon PDF 47 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 access the Planning Applications Public Access Module at http://www.rbwm.gov.uk/pam/search.jsp

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Panel considered the Head of Planning’s report on planning applications and received updates in relation to a number of applications, following the publication of the agenda.

 

NB: * Updates were received in relation to planning applications marked with an asterisk.

 

Item 1

 

19/00233/FULL

 

Datchet Common, Horton Road, Datchet, Slough

Change of use of land to the stationing/parking of motor vehicles (retrospective)

 

This application was withdrawn from the agenda.

 

*Item 2

 

19/00682/FULL

 

Avanti 98 Peascod Street, Windsor, SL4 1DH

 

Part demolition of shop front façade to include glass, repaint shop front and fascia lettering (retrospective).

 

A motion was put forward by Councillor Da Costa to refuse the application as per Officers recommendation. This was seconded by Councillor Hilton.

 

A named vote was taken and ten Councillors voted for the motion (Bateson, Bowden, Cannon, W. Da Costa, Davey, Hilton, Knowles, Sharpe and Tisi); one Councillor abstained from the vote (Shelim)

 

It was agreed to REFUSE the application.

 

(The Panel were addressed by Mr Kaleem Janjua, Agent)

 

*Item 2

 

19/00683/LBC

 

Avanti 98 Peascod Street, Windsor, SL4 1DH

 

Consent to retain alterations to shop front, further works to re-paint shop front and new signage.

 

A motion was put forward by Councillor Da Costa to refuse the application as per Officers recommendation. This was seconded by Councillor Hilton.

 

A named vote was taken and ten Councillors voted for the motion (Bateson, Bowden, Cannon, W. Da Costa, Davey, Hilton, Knowles, Sharpe and Tisi); one Councillor abstained from the vote (Shelim)

 

It was agreed to REFUSE the application.

 

(The Panel were addressed by Mr Kaleem Janjua, Agent)

 

*Item 3

 

19/00720/FULL

 

Castle Farm Caravan Site, Leigh Square, Windsor

 

Construction of 6 x two bedroom flats, 4 x two bedroom dwellings, 12 x three bedroom dwellings and 3 x four bedroom dwellings with garages and storage sheds, new vehicular and pedestrian access and associated works to include parking and landscaping.

 

A motion was put forward by Councillor Da Costa to permit the application as per Officers recommendation with delegation to officers to amend the  layout/appearance/form of the maisonette units if they considered it to be appropriate.

 

It was unanimously agreed to delegate the application to the Head of Planning with authority to APPROVE.

 

(The Panel were addressed by Mr Mark Carter, Agent)

 

 

 

 

5.

ESSENTIAL MONITORING REPORTS (MONITORING) pdf icon PDF 47 KB

To note the Essential Monitoring reports.

Minutes:

All details of the essential monitoring reports were noted.