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Items
No. Item

45.

APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

To receive any apologies for absence.

Minutes:

Apologies were received from Cllr Da Costa.

46.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST pdf icon PDF 237 KB

To receive any Declarations of Interest.

Minutes:

Cllr Knowles – declared a personal interest in item 8 as a member of Old Windsor Parish Council. He stated he had not been present at any meeting where the application had been discussed.

 

Cllr Davey – declared a personal interest in item 5 as he knew the family living at 153 Clarence Road. He confirmed that he was attending the meeting with an open mind.

 

Cllr Bowden – declared a personal interest in item 7 as he had been on the panel that had discussed an application at the site some years previously. He stated that he was attending the meeting with an open mind.

 

Cllr Hilton – declared a personal interest in item 6 as he had previously been a member of Sunninghill and Ascot Parish Council when the application came forward. In addition his wife was a member of the Parish Council’s planning committee. He confirmed that he was attending the meeting with an open mind.

 

Cllr Sharpe – declared a personal interest in item 6 as his wife was Chairman of Sunninghill and Ascot Parish Council. He stated that he had had no part in any discussions on the application and had come to the meeting with an open mind.

47.

MINUTES pdf icon PDF 55 KB

To confirm the minutes of the previous meeting.

Minutes:

RESOLVED UNANIMOUSLY: That the minutes of the meeting held on 2 October 2019 be approved.

48.

18/03213/FULL - 6 FRANKLYN CRESCENT, WINDSOR SL4 4YT pdf icon PDF 636 KB

Proposal: Side/rear boundary fence (Retrospective).

 

Recommendation: REF       

 

Applicant: Mr Holliday

 

Member Call-in: Cllr Bicknell

 

Expiry Date: 29 March 2019

Minutes:

18/03213/FULL

 

6 Franklyn Crescent, Windsor SL4 4YT

Side/rear boundary fence (retrospective)

 

A motion was put forward by Councillor Sharpe to approve the application, contrary to the officer recommendation, subject to the condition that the fence is permanently removed on or before March 1st 2020. This was seconded by Councillor Knowles.

 

The Panel voted to APPROVE the application, subject to the condition that the fence is permanently removed on or before March 1st 2020.

 

Five Councillors voted in favour of the motion and five Councillors voted against the motion. The Chairman used his casting vote to vote in favour of the motion.

 

A motion was put forward by Councillor Hilton to refuse the application. This was not seconded and the motion fell.

 

(The Panel was addressed by Steve Holliday, the applicant.)

 

Recorded Vote
TitleTypeRecorded Vote textResult
To approve application 18/03213/FULL Motion Carried
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  • 49.

    18/03584/REM - 151-153 CLARENCE ROAD WINDSOR pdf icon PDF 1 MB

    Proposal: Reserved matters application (appearance, landscaping, layout and scale) pursuant to outline planning permission 17/02566/OUT (allowed on appeal) for demolition of 151-153 Clarence Road and construction of 3 storey building with accommodation in the roof and associated car parking and landscaping ([10/10/191 - Amended design and scale. Floor plans, elevations and site plan have been amended].

     

    Recommendation: PERM

     

    Applicant: Mr Collette

     

    Member Call-in: N/A

     

    Expiry Date: 8 November 2019

     

    Minutes:

    18/03584/REM

     

    151-153 Clarence Road, Windsor

    Reserved matters application (appearance, landscaping, layout and scale) pursuant to outline planning permission 17/02566/OUT (allowed on appeal) for demolition of 151-153 Clarence Road and construction of 3 storey building with accommodation in the roof and associated car parking and landscaping [10/10/19I – Amended design and scale. Floor plans, elevations and site plan have been amended]

     

    A motion to approve the application, subject to the conditions listed in Section 11 of the officer report, was put forward by Councillor Bateson. This was seconded by Councillor Hilton

     

    The Panel voted unanimously to APPROVE the application.

     

    Recorded Vote
    TitleTypeRecorded Vote textResult
    18/03584/REM - 151-153 Calrence Road, Windsor - To approve the application Motion Carried
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  • 50.

    19/00729/FULL - BEECHGROVE AND COTTAGE AT BEECHGROVE, CHURCH LANE, ASCOT pdf icon PDF 1 MB

    Proposal: Erection of a building comprising of 14 apartments plus basement parking, relocation of the existing Church Lane access, and new landscaping following demolition of the existing dwelling and all associated outbuildings

     

    Recommendation: DD

     

    Applicant: Mr Barter - Millgate

     

    Member Call-in: N/A

     

    Expiry Date: 17 June 2019

    Minutes:

    19/00729/FULL

     

    Beechgrove and Cottage at Beechgrove, Church Lane, Ascot

    Erection of a building comprising 14 apartments plus basement parking, relocation of the existing Church Lane access, and new landscaping following the demolition of the existing dwelling and all associated outbuildings.

     

    A motion to defer and delegate the application to the Head of Planning to grant planning permission, subject to favourable comments from the LLFA relating to SuDs, the completion of a satisfactory legal agreement securing mitigation for the harm to the SPA, and the conditions listed in section 14 of the officer report, was put forward by Councillor Hilton. This was seconded by Councillor Bateson.

     

    The Panel voted to APPROVE the motion to authorise the Head of Planning to grant planning permission.

     

    Seven Councillors voted in favour of the motion; one Councillor voted against the motion; and two Councillors abstained.

     

    (The Panel was addressed by Douglas Bond, the agent)

     

    Recorded Vote
    TitleTypeRecorded Vote textResult
    To approve application 19/00729/FULL Motion Carried
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  • 51.

    19/01555/FULL - DATCHET COMMON, HORTON ROAD, DATCHET, SLOUGH pdf icon PDF 2 MB

    Proposal: Change of use of land to the stationing/parking of motor vehicles and siting of a porta-cabin (Retrospective).

     

    Recommendation: REF

     

    Applicant: Mssrs Loveridge and Giles

     

    Member Call-in: Cllr Muir

     

    Expiry Date: 2 September 2019

    Minutes:

    19/01555/FULL

     

    Datchet Common, Horton Road, Datchet, Slough

    Change of use of land to the stationing/parking of motor vehicles and siting of a porta-cabin (Retrospective)

     

    A motion to defer the application to the next meeting in order to allow for Members to attend an officer-led site visit was put forward by Councillor Bowden. This was seconded by Councillor Hilton.

     

    The Panel voted to defer the application to the next meeting.

     

    Eight Councillors voted in favour of the motion and two Councillors voted against the motion.

     

    (The Panel was addressed by Mr Loveridge, the applicant, and by Councillor Larcombe)

     

    Recorded Vote
    TitleTypeRecorded Vote textResult
    To defer application 19/01555/FULL for one month Motion Carried
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  • 52.

    19/01761/FULL - ST PETERS CE MIDDLE SCHOOL, CRIMP HILL, OLD WINDSOR, WINDSOR SL4 2QP pdf icon PDF 1 MB

    Proposal: Proposed two storey classroom block, new cycle store and alterations to the boundary treatment including new pedestrian and vehicular entrance gates, following demolition of the existing single storey building.

     

    Recommendation: PERM

     

    Applicant: Danuta Longworth-Krafft

     

    Member Call-in: N/A

     

    Expiry Date: 6 September 2019

    Minutes:

    19/01761/FULL

     

    St Peter’s CE Middle School, Crimp Hill, Old Windsor, Windsor SL4 2QP

    Proposed two storey classroom block, new cycle store and alterations to the boundary treatment including new pedestrian and vehicular entrance gates, following demolition of the existing single storey building.

     

    A motion to approve the application, subject to the conditions listed in section 10 of the officer report, the condition listed in section 2 of the panel update, and the new condition that new trees should be planted to replace those lost as part of the works within a reasonable timeframe, was put forward by Councillor Knowles. This was seconded by Councillor Davey.

     

    The Panel voted unanimously to APPROVE the application.

     

    (The Panel was addressed by Andy Snipp, the headteacher)

     

    Recorded Vote
    TitleTypeRecorded Vote textResult
    19/01761/FULL - St Peters' CE Middle School, Crimp Hill, Old Windsor SL4 2QP - To approve the application Motion Carried
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  • 53.

    ESSENTIAL MONITORING REPORTS (MONITORING) pdf icon PDF 56 KB

    To note the Essential Monitoring reports.

    Minutes:

    Members noted the contents of the reports.

    54.

    LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1972 - EXCLUSION OF THE PUBLIC

    To consider passing the following resolution:-

    “That under Section 100 (A)(4) of the Local Government Act 1972, the public be excluded from the remainder of the meeting whilst discussion takes place on item 11 on the grounds that it involves the likely disclosure of exempt information as defined in  Paragraph 1, 2 and 6 of Part I of Schedule 12A of the Act”.

    Minutes:

    RESOLVED UNANIMOUSLY: That the public be excluded from the remainder of the meeting whilst discussion takes place on item 11 on the grounds that :

    (i)            under Section 100 (A)(4) of the Local Government Act 1972, that it involves the likely disclosure of exempt information as defined in  Paragraph 1, 2 and 6 of Part I of Schedule 12A of the Act and the public interest in maintaining the exemption outweighs the public interest in disclosing the information;

     

    (ii)          under Section 100 (A)(2) of the Local Government Act 1972, that it involves confidential information where disclosure would be in breach of an obligation of confidence.

     

    55.

    PLANNING APPLICATION (DECISION) 19/01452

    To consider the above planning application.

    Minutes:

    The discussions on this item took place in Part II, although it was agreed that the decision would be recorded in Part I of the minutes.

     

    19/01452/FULL

     

    Land and Buildings at Romney Lock and Home Park, King Edward VII Avenue, Windsor

    Water infrastructure replacement works at Home Park, Windsor Castle and Romney Lock

     

    A motion to approve the application, subject to the conditions listed in the officer report, was put forward by Councillor Hilton. This was seconded by Councillor Knowles.

     

    The Panel voted unanimously to APPROVE the application.

     

    The Panel gave their thanks to Jenifer Jackson, who was leaving her position as Head of Planning at the Royal Borough.