PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT CONTROL
1. To keep
under review and be responsible for the implementation of all new
legislation relating to the discharge of its functions.
2. To keep
under review, comment and advise on
policies proposed or made through executive powers.
3. To carry
out the development control function of the Council as local
4. To carry
out the non-executive highways function of the Council.
promote and secure a pattern of development in the City which is
examine all proposals to acquire land for the purpose of securing
enforce all legislation, relevant to the Committee’s terms of
reference, which the Council is required or empowered to enforce
except matters which are executive functions.
exercise the Council's power to take legal proceedings in the
public interest, in respect of matters within the Committee’s
terms of reference.
9. To make,
vary or revoke any order, regulation, plan or scheme relating to
the Committee’s functions.
10. To consider and make
recommendations on opposed Traffic Regulation Orders.
11. To comment upon
development briefs for development sites.
12. To promote and
secure high standards of design in new development.
13. To consider and
determine all non-executive matters concerning conservation areas
and buildings of architectural or historic interest or buildings of
local significance and sites of archaeological interest.
14. To give directions
to prevent demolition of a building in a conservation
15. To make Building
16. To serve notices
stating that the City Council do or do not intend to acquire land
to which a planning permission relates.
17. To make Tree
18. To consider and
(a) enforcement notices and stop notices;
(b) discontinuance, revocation and modification
(c) provision of
recommendations to the County planning authority on behalf of the
unitary planning authority in respect of applications to be
determined by the County authority; and
(d) any other similar regulatory procedures.
All matters within the
Terms of Reference of the Planning & Development Control
Committee which are not reserved to Full Council or this Committee
are delegated to the Director of Planning, Transportation and
MATTERS RESERVED TO THE PLANNING AND
DEVELOPMENT CONTROL COMMITTEE:-
of strategic significance relating to the Committee’s Terms
recommend to Council the making of bye-laws.
opposed regulations, order, plans and schemes within the
Committee’s terms of reference.
other matters as the Committee may from time to time reserve to
itself for decision.