Agenda and minutes

Venue: Middleton Library, Long Street, Middleton M24 1AF

Contact: Alison Leonard  924711

Items
No. Item

10.

Declarations of Interest pdf icon PDF 27 KB

Members must indicate at this stage any items on the agenda in which they must declare an interest.  Members must verbally give notice of their interest at the meeting and complete the form attached with this agenda. 

 

Members are also advised to take advice with regard to any matter where there is potential bias or predetermination in any business to be considered at the meeting and whether they should take part in decision making at the meeting.

 

Members are reminded that, in accordance with the Localism Act 2011 and the Council's adopted Code of Conduct, they must declare the nature of any discloseable pecuniary interest; personal interest and/or prejudicial interest required of them and, in the case of any discloseable pecuniary interest or prejudicial interest, withdraw from the meeting during consideration of the item, unless permitted otherwise within the Code of Conduct.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest.

11.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 69 KB

To note the minutes of the meeting of the Middleton Township Planning Sub-Committee held on 2nd September 2015.

Minutes:

DECIDED – that the Minutes of the meeting of the Middleton Township Planning Sub-Committee held on 2nd September 2015 be approved as a correct record.

12.

Outline planning application (including access) for the Demolition of Existing Buildings and the Erection of up to 71 Residential Units Including Ancillary Facilities and Associated Infrastructure pdf icon PDF 320 KB

Minutes:

The Director of Economy and Environment reported on submitted planning application 15/00471/OUT which was for outline planning application (including access) for the demolition of existing buildings and the erection of up to 71 residential units including ancillary facilities and associated infrastructure at a site east of Boothroyden Road, Middleton.

 

The Planning Officer updated the Committee on changes to the figures relating to developer contributions for school places. Members of the Sub-Committee requested that clarification on the education contribution requirements from school services be provided to the Planning and Licensing Committee when considering the proposal.

 

The Sub-Committee considered the views of Mr Russell Adams, an agent for the applicant, who addressed the Sub-Committee in relation to the application.

 

The Sub-Committee made reference to existing residents who may lose parking provision as a result of the proposed development.

 

DECIDED – that the Planning and Licensing Committee be informed that the Sub-Committee would be minded to grant planning permission for the proposed development subject to the conditions outlined within the submitted report, and subject to an additional condition requiring replacement parking for existing residents affected by the waiting restrictions required by condition five.

 

13.

Planning Appeals

i)  Notification has been received that the following appeal has been lodged

 

15/00208/ful – 231 Hollin Lane, Middleton - Development of convenience store, ATM and associated car parking

 

ii)  Notification has been received that the following appeal has been dismissed

 

14/01177/FUL- Cityview. 99 Long Street, Middleton - Retention of 9 windows, and 3 ground floor external security grilles, on the North-East flank wall.

 

iii)  Notification has been received that the no appeals have been allowed

 

Minutes:

The Director of Economy reported that the following planning appeals had been submitted:

 

a. 15/00208/FUL – 231 Hollin Lane, Middleton - Development of convenience store, ATM and associated car parking.

 

The Director of Economy reported that the Planning Inspectorate had dismissed the following planning appeals:

 

a. 14/01177/FUL- Cityview. 99 Long Street, Middleton - Retention of 9 windows, and 3 ground floor external security grilles, on the North-East flank wall.

 

DECIDED – That the planning appeals be noted.