Agenda and minutes

Planning and Development Control Committee
Wednesday, 11 December 2019 5:30 pm

Venue: Meeting Rooms G.01 and G.02, Ground Floor, City Hall, 115 Charles Street, Leicester, LE1 1FZ

Contact: Elaine Baker, tel: 0116 454 6355  Aqil Sarang, tel: 0116 454 5591 / Ayleena Thomas, tel: 0116 454 6369

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76.

APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

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Apologies for absence were received from Councillors Aldred, Joel, Khote, Rae Bhatia and Valand.

77.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

Members are asked to declare any interests they may have in the business to be discussed on the Agenda.

 

Members will be aware of the Code of Practice for Member involvement in Development Control decisions. They are also asked to declare any interest they might have in any matter on the committee agenda and/or contact with applicants, agents or third parties. The Chair, acting on advice from the Monitoring Officer, will then determine whether the interest disclosed is such to require the Member to withdraw from the committee during consideration of the relevant officer report.

 

Members who are not on the committee but who are attending to make representations in accordance with the Code of Practice are also required to declare any interest.  The Chair, acting on advice from the Monitoring Officer, will determine whether the interest disclosed is such that the Member is not able to make representations.  Members requiring guidance should contact the Monitoring Officer or the Committee's legal adviser prior to the committee meeting.

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Members were asked to declare any interest they had in the business on the agenda, including under the Council’s Good Practice Guidance for Member Involvement in Planning and Development Management Decisions.

 

Councillor Halford declared in relation to planning application 20191751 Land to Rear of 88 Dumbleton Avenue that she represented the Ward in which it was located and had received telephone calls in relation to the application, but she approached the meeting with an open mind.

 

Councillor Riyait declared in relation to agenda item 5, “The Leicester (Consolidation) Traffic Regulation Order 20016 (Amendment) (Discovery Road) Order 2019 Objectors Report”, that the roads concerned were within the Ward he represented and he had discussed the proposed Traffic Regulation Order with residents.  This interest was not considered so significant that it was likely to prejudice Councillor Riyait’s judgement of the public interest.  In accordance with the Council’s Code of Conduct he therefore was not required to withdraw from the meeting during consideration of this item.

78.

MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS MEETING

Members are asked to confirm that the minutes of the meeting of the Planning and Development Control Committee held on 23 October 2019 are a correct record.

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RESOLVED:

That the minutes of the meeting of the Planning and Development Control Committee held on 23 October 2019 be confirmed as a correct record.

79.

CHANGE OF ORDER OF AGENDA ITEMS

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The Chair announced that, due to the number of planning applications to be considered at this meeting, agenda item 5, ““The Leicester (Consolidation) Traffic Regulation Order 20016 (Amendment) (Discovery Road) Order 2019 Objectors Report”, would be considered before the planning applications.

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THE LEICESTER (CONSOLIDATION) TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER 2006 (AMENDMENT) (DISCOVERY ROAD) ORDER 2019 OBJECTORS REPORT pdf icon PDF 109 KB

The Director, Planning, Development and Transportation submits a report setting out an objection received to proposals to introduce a daytime residents’ parking scheme for the residential development consisting of Ariane Place, Beagle Close and Discovery Road.  The Committee is recommended to consider the report and pass its views to the Director of Planning, Development and Transportation to take into account when considering whether or not to make the proposed traffic regulation order.

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The Director of Planning, Development and Transportation submitted a report setting out an objection received to proposals to introduce a daytime residents’ parking scheme for the residential development consisting of Ariane Place, Beagle Close and Discovery Road.  The Solicitor to the Committee reminded Members that they were being asked to consider these proposals and pass comments to the Director of Planning, Development and Transportation, who would decide whether or not the Order should be confirmed.

 

The Transport Development Officer (Programmes) introduced the report, explaining that it was anticipated that the introduction of parking restrictions on part of Exploration Drive would cause people who currently parked there to try to park on the Discovery Road estate.  At a meeting held with residents, a consensus had been reached that the proposals as set out in the report were the most appropriate.  However, one objection remained unresolved.

 

RESOLVED:

That when considering whether or not to make the Leicester (Consolidation) Traffic Regulation Order 2006 (Amendment) (Discovery Road) Order 2019, the Director of Planning, Development and Transportation notes that this Committee supports the proposals as set out in the report.

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PLANNING APPLICATIONS AND CONTRAVENTIONS pdf icon PDF 71 KB

The Committee is asked to consider the recommendations of the Director, Planning, Development and Transportation contained in the attached reports, within the categories identified in the index appended with the reports.

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The Chair advised the Committee that planning application 20191936 11 Elmfield Avenue, Graysford Hall had been withdrawn.

 

RESOLVED:

that the report of the Director of Planning, Development and Transportation, dated 11 December 2019, on applications, together with the supplemental report and information reported verbally by officers, be received and action taken as below.

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20190269 64-66 ASFORDBY STREET pdf icon PDF 156 KB

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Ward: North Evington

Proposal: CHANGE OF USE FROM SHOP (CLASS A1) AND TWO FLATS (1 x 2 BED; 1 x 3 BED) TO SHOP (CLASS A1) AND FIVE FLATS (1 x 1 BED; 4 x 2 BED); FIRST FLOOR EXTENSION TO REAR; HIP TO GEBLE EXTENSION TO ROOF; DORMERS TO FRONT AND REAR; ALTERATIONS (AMENDED 12.11.19 and 21.11.19)

Applicant: ZAM INVESTMENTS

 

The Planning Officer presented the report.

 

Mr Usmani addressed the Committee and spoke in objection to the application. 

 

Members considered the report and officers responded to the comments and queries raised.

 

Concerns were raised that the area in which it was proposed to store the waste bins was quite restricted, which could lead to bins being located outside bedroom windows.  In addition, the rear access was already quite crowded, which could make it difficult for waste to be collected.

 

The Chair moved that, in accordance with the officer recommendation, the application be approved subject to the conditions set out in the report, but that Condition 2 be amended to require the position for every day storage of waste bins and arrangements for collection and disposal of waste from the flats and the shop to be approved by the planning authority prior to the occupation of any flat in this development, the wording of this amendment to be delegated to the Head of Planning in consultation with the Chair and Vice-Chair of this Committee.  This was seconded by Councillor Whittle and, upon being put to the vote, the motion to approve was CARRIED.

 

RESOLVED:

that the application be APPROVED subject to the conditions as set out below and the amendment to Condition 2 to require the position for every day storage of waste bins and arrangements for collection and disposal of waste from the flats and the shop to be approved by the planning authority prior to the occupation of any flat in this development:

 

              CONDITIONS

 

1.           The development shall be begun within three years from the date of this permission. (To comply with Section 91 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990.)

 

2.           Prior to the occupation of any flat, arrangements for the collection and disposal of refuse associated with both the residential use and commercial use shall be submitted to and approved by the City Council as local planning authority. These arrangements shall be implemented on commencement of the use and shall be retained. (In the interests of general amenity, and in accordance with policy PS10 of the City of Leicester Local Plan).

 

3.           The approved extensions and dormers shall be constructed in materials to match the existing walls and roof. (In the interests of the visual amenity of the area and to preserve the character and appearance of the West End Conservation Area, and in accordance with Core Strategy policies CS03 and CS18.)

 

4.           No flat shall be occupied until secure and covered cycle parking for five cycles has been provided and retained thereafter. (In the interests of the satisfactory development of the site and in accordance  ...  view the full minutes text for item 82.

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20190864 23 DE MONTFORT STREET pdf icon PDF 212 KB

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Ward: Castle

Proposal: CHANGE OF USE FROM OFFICES ON THE GROUND FLOOR (CLASS B1) AND FLATS ON FIRST AND SECOND FLOOR (CLASS C3) TO STUDENT STUDIO FLATS WITH COMMUNAL SPACES (11X STUDIO) (SUI GENERIS); SINGLE STOREY SIDE EXTENSION; DORMER AT REAR. (AMENDED)

Applicant: MR CHAUDHURI

 

The Planning Officer presented the report.

 

Mr Chowdhuri, a joint owner of the property, addressed the Committee and spoke in support of the application. 

 

Members considered the report and officers responded to the comments and queries raised.

 

The Chair moved that the application be approved subject to the conditions set out in the report, in accordance with the officer recommendation. This was seconded by Councillor Gee and, upon being put to the vote, the motion to approve was CARRIED.

 

RESOLVED:

that the application be APPROVED subject to the conditions as set out below:

 

              CONDITIONS

 

1.           The development shall be begun within three years from the date of this permission. (To comply with Section 91 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990.)

 

2.           The flats shall only be occupied by students enrolled on full-time courses at further and higher education establishments or students working at a medical or educational institution, as part of their medical or education course. The owner, landlord or authority in control of the development shall keep an up to date register of the name of each person in occupation of the development together with course(s) attended, and shall make the register available for inspection by the Local Planning Authority on demand at all reasonable times. (To enable the Local Planning Authority to consider the need for affordable housing in accordance with Core Strategy Policy CS07 and residential amenity standards in accordance with policy H07 of the City of Leicester local plan.)

 

3.           Prior to the commencement of development details of the implementation, long term maintenance and management of the Sustainable Drainage System (SuDS) as approved shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. No flat shall be occupied until the system has been completed and is operational. It shall thereafter be managed and maintained in accordance with the approved details. Those details shall include:

              (i) a timetable for its implementation, and

              (ii) a management and maintenance plan for the lifetime of the development, which shall include the arrangements for adoption by any public body or statutory undertaker, or any other arrangements to secure the operation of the system throughout its lifetime.

              (To reduce surface water runoff and to secure other related benefits in accordance with policy CS02 of the Core Strategy. To ensure that the details are agreed in time to be incorporated into the development, this is a PRE-COMMENCEMENT condition).

 

4.           Prior to the commencement of development details of drainage shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. No flat shall be occupied until the drainage has been installed in accordance with the approved details. It shall be retained and maintained thereafter. (To ensure appropriate drainage  ...  view the full minutes text for item 83.

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20191056 2 HEREFORD ROAD pdf icon PDF 177 KB

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Ward: Aylestone

Proposal: RETROSPECTIVE APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF USE FROM DWELLINGHOUSE (CLASS C3) TO HOUSE IN MULTIPLE OCCUPATION (7 BEDS) (SUI GENERIS); CONSTRUCTION OF HIP TO GABLE EXTENSION; SINGLE STOREY EXTENSION TO SIDE AND REAR; DORMER AT REAR OF HOUSE; ALTERATIONS (AMENDED PLANS 27/11/19)

Applicant: KALRA PROPERTY SERVICES LTD

 

The Planning Officer presented the report and drew Members’ attention to the supplementary report, which set out an additional representation regarding the application.

 

Mr Parmar, the applicant’s agent, addressed the Committee and spoke in support of the application.

 

Ms Hassell addressed the Committee and spoke in objection to the application. 

 

Councillor Clarke then addressed the Committee and also spoke in objection to the application.

 

Members considered the report and officers responded to the comments and queries raised.

 

The Committee questioned where it was proposed to locate cycle parking, as there currently was no access to the rear other than by going through the property.  In order to ensure that cycle parking was provided, it therefore was suggested that, if this application was approved, Condition 1 could be amended to require the provision of cycle parking within three months of the date of the permission being granted.

 

The Chair moved that, in accordance with the officer recommendation, the application be approved subject to the conditions set out in the report, but that Condition 1 be amended to require cycle parking to be provided within three months of the date of the permission being granted.  This was seconded by Councillor Whittle and, upon being put to the vote, the motion to approve was CARRIED.

 

RESOLVED:

that the application be APPROVED subject to the conditions as set out below:

 

              CONDITIONS

 

1.           Within three months of the date of this permission, secure and covered cycle parking shall be provided and retained thereafter, in accordance with written details previously approved by City Council as local planning authority. (In the interests of the satisfactory development of the site and in accordance with policies AM02 and H07 of the City of Leicester Local Plan).

 

2.           This consent shall relate solely to the plans ref. no. 18023-P-004 received by the City Council as local planning authority on 30th July 2019 and to the amended plans ref. no. 18023-P-03 rev C received on 27th November 2019.  (For the avoidance of doubt.)

 

              NOTES FOR APPLICANT

 

1.           The City Council, as local planning authority has acted positively and proactively in determining this application by assessing the proposal against all material planning considerations, including planning policies and representations that may have been received and subsequently determining to grant planning permission with appropriate conditions taking account of those material considerations in accordance with the presumption in favour of sustainable development as set out in the NPPF 2019.

 

2.           The applicant is reminded that the granting of planning permission does not remove the need to comply with other legal requirements including, but not limited to, environmental health and nuisance legislation, Party Wall etc. legislation. 

 

3.           The applicant is advised that the site is within 250  ...  view the full minutes text for item 84.

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20191183 299 MELTON ROAD pdf icon PDF 145 KB

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Ward: Rushey Mead

Proposal: CHANGE OF USE FROM POLICE STATION (SUI GENERIS) TO PLACE OF WORSHIP (CLASS D1); ALTERATIONS (AMENDED PLANS RECEIVED 19/11/2019)

Applicant: MR RAJ KAMMELA

 

The Planning Officer presented the report and drew Members’ attention to the supplementary report, which set out two amended conditions and an additional representation received regarding the application.

 

Mr Kamella, the applicant’s agent, addressed the Committee and spoke in support of the application

 

Members considered the report and officers responded to the comments and queries raised.

 

The Chair moved that the application be approved subject to the conditions set out in the report and supplementary report, in accordance with the officer recommendation. This was seconded by Councillor Gee and, upon being put to the vote, the motion to approve was CARRIED.

 

RESOLVED:

that the application be APPROVED subject to the conditions as set out below:

 

              CONDITIONS

 

1.           The development shall be begun within three years from the date of this permission. (To comply with Section 91 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990.)

 

2.           There shall be no live or amplified music or voice played which would be detrimental to the amenities of occupiers of nearby properties. (In the interests of the amenities of nearby occupiers, and in accordance with policy PS10 of the City of Leicester Local Plan.)

 

3.           The new walls and roof shall be constructed in materials to match those existing. (In the interests of visual amenity, and in accordance with Core Strategy policy CS3.)

 

4.           No air conditioning units or equipment shall be installed outside or on the exterior of the building unless details of the design, position and specification for these has been previously approved in writing by the City council as local planning authority. (In the interests of nearby occupiers and in accordance with Policy PS10 of the City of Leicester Local Plan)

 

5.           The use shall not be carried on outside the hours of 07:00 to midnight daily. (In the interests of the amenities of nearby occupiers, and in accordance with policy PS10 of the City of Leicester Local Plan.)

 

6.           No part of the development shall be occupied until a Travel Plan (to include a Parking Management Strategy) for the development has been submitted to and approved in writing by the City Council as local planning authority and shall be carried out in accordance with a timetable to be contained within the Travel Plan, unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Council. The Travel Plan shall include the measures contained within the Transport Strategy received by the City Council as local planning authority on 14.11.19 and shall: (a) assess the site in terms of transport choice for staff, users of services, visitors and deliveries; (b) consider pre-trip mode choice, measures to promote more sustainable modes of transport such as walking, cycling, car share and public transport (including providing a personal journey planner, information for bus routes, bus discounts available, cycling routes, cycle discounts available and retailers, health benefits of walking, car sharing information, information  ...  view the full minutes text for item 85.

86.

ADJOURNMENT OF MEETING

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The meeting adjourned at 7.22 pm and reconvened at 7.30 pm.

87.

ORDER OF REMAINING AGENDA ITEMS

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The Chair announced that he would take the remaining planning reports in a different order to that given in the agenda, due to the attendance of members of the public and Ward Councillors who had registered to speak and in the interests of people in the public gallery.

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20191751 LAND TO REAR OF 88 DUMBLETON AVENUE pdf icon PDF 184 KB

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Ward: Braunstone Park & Rowley Fields

Proposal: CONSTRUCTION OF DETACHED BUNGALOW (1X2 BED) (CLASS C3); ASSOCIATED PARKING AND LANDSCAPING

Applicant: K KOONER

 

The Planning Officer presented the report and drew Members’ attention to the supplementary report, which set out an amended condition regarding the application.

 

Mrs Kooner, the applicant, addressed the Committee and spoke in support of the application.

 

Ms Bennett addressed the Committee and spoke in objection to the application.

 

Councillor Clarke addressed the Committee, also speaking in objection to the application.

 

Members considered the report and officers responded to the comments and queries raised.

 

It was suggested that, in view of concerns that the property could be extended significantly over time through permitted development rights, with these developments being visually unacceptable and unacceptably reducing amenity space on site and/or resulting in an unacceptable loss of amenity to the occupiers of neighbouring properties, a condition could be added under which permitted development rights for extensions and outbuildings would be removed in relation to this property.

 

The Chair moved that, in accordance with the officer recommendation, the application be approved subject to the conditions set out in the report and supplementary report and the addition of a condition removing permitted development rights for extensions and outbuildings for this property, the wording of the additional condition to be delegated to the Head of Planning in consultation with the Chair and Vice-Chair of this Committee.  This was seconded by Councillor Whittle and, upon being put to the vote, the motion to approve was CARRIED.

 

RESOLVED:

that the application be APPROVED subject to the conditions as set out below and the addition of a condition removing permitted development rights for extensions and outbuildings for this property, the wording of the additional condition to be delegated to the Head of Planning in consultation with the Chair and Vice-Chair of this Committee:

 

              CONDITIONS

 

1.           The development shall be begun within three years from the date of this permission. (To comply with Section 91 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990.)

 

2.           Prior to the commencement of development full details of the Sustainable Drainage System (SuDS) together with implementation, long term maintenance and management of the system shall be submitted to and approved by the local planning authority. The dwelling shall not be occupied until the system has been implemented.  It shall thereafter be managed and maintained in accordance with the approved details. Those details shall include: (i) full design details, (ii) a timetable for its implementation, and (iii) a management and maintenance plan for the lifetime of the development which shall include the arrangements for adoption by any public body or statutory undertaker, or any other arrangements to secure the operation of the system throughout its lifetime. (To reduce surface water runoff and to secure other related benefits in accordance with policy CS02 of the Core Strategy. To ensure that the details are agreed in time to be incorporated into the development, this is a PRE-COMMENCEMENT condition).     

 

3.           Before above ground  ...  view the full minutes text for item 88.

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20191228 9 ADDERLEY ROAD pdf icon PDF 156 KB

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Ward: Castle

Proposal: CONSTRUCTION OF SINGLE STOREY EXTENSION AT REAR OF HOUSE IN MULTIPLE OCCUPATION (CLASS C4) (AMENDED PLANS RECEIVED 07/11/2019)

Applicant: MR & MRS CLINTON

 

The Planning Officer presented the report.

 

Mr Wilkinson, the applicant’s agent, addressed the Committee and spoke in support of the application.

 

Members considered the report and officers responded to the comments and queries raised.

 

The Chair moved that the application be approved subject to the conditions set out in the report, in accordance with the officer recommendation. This was seconded by Councillor Gee and, upon being put to the vote, the motion to approve was CARRIED.

 

RESOLVED:

that the application be APPROVED subject to the conditions as set out below:

 

              CONDITIONS

 

1.           The development shall be begun within three years from the date of this permission. (To comply with Section 91 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990.)

 

2.           The new walls and roof shall be constructed in materials to match those existing. (In the interests of visual amenity, and in accordance with Core Strategy policy CS3.)

 

3.           This consent shall relate solely to the amended plans ref. no. P002 and P003 received by the City Council as local planning authority on 07/11/2019. (For the avoidance of doubt.)

 

              NOTES FOR APPLICANT

 

1.           The City Council, as local planning authority has acted positively and proactively in determining this application by assessing the proposal against all material considerations, including planning policies and any representations that may have been received. This planning application has been the subject of positive and proactive discussions with the applicant during the process (and/or pre-application).

              The decision to grant planning permission with appropriate conditions taking account of those material considerations in accordance with the presumption in favour of sustainable development as set out in the NPPF 2019 is considered to be a positive outcome of these discussions.

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20191559 21 MONSELL DRIVE pdf icon PDF 141 KB

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Ward: Aylestone

Proposal: RETROSPECTIVE APPLICATION FOR CONSTRUCTION OF SINGLE STOREY EXTENSION TO FRONT OF EXISTING OUTBUILDING AT REAR OF HOUSE; ALTERATIONS (CLASS C3)

Applicant: MR PETER SILK

 

The Planning Officer presented the report.

 

Ms Knight addressed the Committee and spoke in objection to the application.

 

Councillor Clarke addressed the Committee, also speaking in objection to the application.

 

Members considered the report and officers responded to the comments and queries raised. 

 

There was some discussion about whether the outbuilding was being used for residential purposes and a suggestion made that officers look separately at this.

 

The Chair moved that the application be approved subject to the conditions set out in the report, in accordance with the officer recommendation. This was seconded by Councillor Whittle and, upon being put to the vote, the motion to approve was CARRIED.

 

RESOLVED:

that the application be APPROVED subject to the conditions as set out below:

 

              CONDITIONS

 

1.           The new walls and roof shall be constructed in materials to match those existing. (In the interests of visual amenity, and in accordance with Core Strategy policy CS3.)

 

2.           The extension hereby permitted shall not be used by persons other than the residents of the house and shall be used only for purposes incidental to the domestic use of the dwelling and its garden. 

 

3.           This consent shall relate solely to the submitted plans ref. nos. 1432/03, 1432/04, 1432/05 received by the City Council as local planning authority on 19th August 2019, and no. 1432/01 received on 15th October 2019 unless otherwise submitted to and approved by the City Council as local planning authority. (For the avoidance of doubt.)

 

              NOTES FOR APPLICANT

 

1.           The City Council, as local planning authority has acted positively and proactively in determining this application by assessing the proposal against all material planning considerations, including planning policies and representations that may have been received and subsequently determining to grant planning permission with appropriate conditions taking account of those material considerations in accordance with the presumption in favour of sustainable development as set out in the NPPF 2019.

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20191534 29 LUTTERWORTH ROAD pdf icon PDF 162 KB

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Ward: Aylestone

Proposal: VARIATION OF CONDITION 4 (HOURS OF WORK) ATTACHED TO PLANNING PERMISSION 20030774 (CHANGE OF USE FROM CAR SALES TO CAR RENTAL) TO ALLOW FOR OFFICE HOURS OF 0600-2200, OPENING HOURS OF BUSINESS TO THE PUBLIC OF 0800-1800

Applicant: ENTERPRISE RENT-A-CAR

 

The Planning Officer presented the report and drew Members’ attention to the supplementary report, which set out a further representation and further considerations regarding the application.

 

Councillor Clarke addressed the Committee speaking in objection to the application.

 

Members considered the report and officers responded to the comments and queries raised. 

 

Concerns were raised that vehicle movements on the site caused noise in addition to noise arising from machinery.  It therefore was suggested that Condition 5 could be amended to include reference to this.

 

The Chair moved that, in accordance with the officer recommendation, the application be approved subject to the conditions set out in the report, but that Condition 5 be amended to restrict the hours during which vehicles could be cleaned, maintained or moved on the site, machinery could be operated on the site and customers could access the site, the wording of this amendment to be delegated to the Head of Planning in consultation with the Chair and Vice-Chair of this Committee.  This was seconded by Councillor Whittle and, upon being put to the vote, the motion to approve was CARRIED.

 

RESOLVED:

that the application be APPROVED subject to the conditions as set out below, with Condition 5 to be amended to restrict the hours during which vehicles can be cleaned, maintained or moved on the site, machinery can be operated on the site and customers can access the site, the wording of this amendment to be delegated to the Head of Planning in consultation with the Chair and Vice-Chair of this Committee:

 

              CONDITIONS

 

1.           The parking areas provided on the site shall be retained for parking and not used for any other purpose. Sufficient spaces shall be reserved within the site for the use of staff and customers at all times.   (To ensure that parking can take place in a satisfactory manner, to minimise parking outside the site and in accordance with policy AM11 of the City of Leicester Local Plan and Core Strategy policy CS3.)

 

2.           Within 3 months of the date of this consent at least 1 car parking space for the use of disabled people shall be provided in accordance with guidance in the Leicester City Council and Leicestershire County Council document "6Cs Design Guide" and shall be retained and kept available for use by disabled people. (To ensure adequate provision for the needs of disabled people, and in accordance with policy AM11 of the City of Leicester Local Plan and Core Strategy policy CS3.)

 

3.           The use shall not be carried out outside the hours of 0600-2200 Mondays to Fridays, and 0900-1700 Saturdays, nor at any time on Sundays or officially recognised public holidays. (In the interests of the amenities of nearby occupiers, and in accordance with policy PS10 of  ...  view the full minutes text for item 91.

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20191818 1-1A MONSELL DRIVE pdf icon PDF 198 KB

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Ward: Aylestone

Proposal: DEMOLITION OF EXISTING APARTMENT BUILDINGS (CLASS C3); CONSTRUCTION OF TWO AND THREE STOREY CARE HOME (60 BED) (CLASS C2)

Applicant: AVERY HOMES LEICESTER LTD

 

The Planning Officer presented the report.

 

Members considered the report and officers responded to the comments and queries raised. 

 

The Chair moved that the application be approved subject to the conditions set out in the report, in accordance with the officer recommendation. This was seconded by Councillor Gee and, upon being put to the vote, the motion to approve was CARRIED.

 

RESOLVED:

that the application be APPROVED subject to the conditions as set out below:

 

              CONDITIONS

 

1.           The development shall be begun within three years from the date of this permission. (To comply with Section 91 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990.)

 

2.           The walls, roof, windows doors and other external materials shall be constructed in accordance with the details submitted in the application form. (In the interests of visual amenity, and in accordance with Core Strategy policy CS3.)

 

3.           Plant and machinery shall only be operated and installed in accordance with the details submitted on approved plan SK-001 rev P2 submitted to the City Council as Local Planning Authority on 19 November 2019. (In the interests of the amenities of nearby occupiers, and in accordance with policy PS10 of the City of Leicester Local Plan.)

 

4.           Before the occupation of any part of the development, all parking areas shall be surfaced and marked out in accordance with details which shall first have been submitted to and approved by the City Council as local planning authority, and shall be retained for parking and not used for any other purpose. (To ensure that parking can take place in a satisfactory manner, and in accordance with policy AM11 of the City of Leicester Local Plan and Core Strategy policy CS3.)

 

5.           No part of the development shall be occupied until secure and covered cycle parking has been provided and retained thereafter, in accordance with the details shown on the approved plan AL(9)901 rev J. (In the interests of the satisfactory development of the site and in accordance with policy AM02 of the City of Leicester Local Plan).

 

6.           The use shall only operate in accordance with the details submitted in the Travel Plan dated October 2016 and approved under application 20162240  The plan shall be maintained and operated thereafter. (To promote sustainable transport and in accordance with policies AM01, AM02, and AM11 of the City of Leicester Local Plan and policies CS14 and CS15 of the Core Strategy).

 

7.           All street works shall be constructed in accordance with the Council's standards contained in the "6Cs Design Guide" (view from www.leicester.gov.uk/6cs-design-guide). (To achieve a satisfactory form of development, and in accordance with policy AM01 of the City of Leicester Local Plan and Core Strategy policy CS3.)

 

8.           No part of the development shall be occupied until the 2 metre by 2 metre sight lines on each side of each vehicular access have been provided,  ...  view the full minutes text for item 92.

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20191936 11 ELMFIELD AVENUE, GRAYSFORD HALL pdf icon PDF 135 KB

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Application withdrawn

94.

CLOSE OF MEETING

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The meeting closed at 8.53 pm