Draft Planning Minutes 15th November 2017

BACKWELL PARISH COUNCIL

MINUTES OF THE PLANNING COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON WEDNESDAY 15TH NOVEMBER 2017 IN BACKWELL PARISH HALL, BACKWELL, AT 1900 HOURS

 

Present: Cllrs S Mitchell (Chairman), M Bowerman, J Cousins, S Edwards, J Stone and R Taylor

            In attendance: Mrs E Lacey, Office Assistant.  Cllr G Simmonite

Members of Public: No members of public present

 

1.         Apologies:

074      Cllrs R MacLeavy and S Ould

 

2.         Declarations of Interest

            Prejudicial Interests

075      None

            Personal Interests

076      None

            Disclosable Pecuniary Interests

077      None

            To consider Dispensations

078      None

 

3.         Public Participation

079      None

 

4.         Minutes

080      The minutes of the Planning Committee Meeting held on 28.9.17 were confirmed as a            correct record by those present at that meeting

 

5.         To consider the following planning applications:

a.                     Planning application no. 17/P/2547/F 44 Backwell Hill Road, Backwell - Formation of side extension to existing dwelling house to form a single bedroom granny annex - Mr & Mrs Michael Naughton

081                  Resolved: Unanimously no objection

b.                     Planning application no. 17/P/2549/WT 3 Chapel Hill, Backwell -

T1 - Leyland Cypress - fell - Mr Martin Parish

082                  Resolved: Unanimously Backwell Parish Council supports the

recommendations of NSC Tree Officer

c.                     Planning application no. 17/P/2586/F Backwell Rugby Football Club, Backwell - Provision of a zip wire within established playing fields for the use and enjoyment of all park users - Mr A Gould

083                  Resolved: Unanimously Backwell Parish Council object to this application as there is already currently existing planning permission 16/P/2924/F for a zip wire installed on the Backwell Playing Fields granted on 23 January 2017.  Backwell Parish Council is of the opinion that the current complaints due to noise impact on the local residents can be alleviated to some degree by imposing a condition that the current zip wire must be secured at night to prevent out of hours anti-social use causing a detrimental impact to the neighbouring residential properties

 

084                  There being no further business the Chairman thanked everybody for attending and closed the meeting at 1915 hours