Agenda and minutes

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Items
No. Item

18.

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:

    Councillor Sullivan declared an interest and left the room during consideration of planning application 15/01450/FUL for the erection of two dwellings to enable the restoration of Red House

    (Resubmission of 14/00684/FUL) on land south of 13 Broadhalgh Avenue.

     

    Councillors Rashid and Zaman declared interests in and left the room during consideration of application 15/01461/FUL, a full application requesting a change of use of part of a restaurant into a hot food take-away, including and an extension of the opening hours of the premises.

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20.

Outline application (including access) for residential development of up to 88 dwellings with associated works (Resubmission of 15/00358/OUT) on land to the west of Hollin Lane, Middleton.

    Minutes:

    The Director of Economy introduced planning application 15/01207 an outline application (including access) for residential development of up to 88 dwellings with associated works (Resubmission of 15/00358/OUT) on land to the west of Hollin Lane, Middleton.

     

    The Planning Officer advised Members of an additional Plan received from the applicant proposing further highway alterations along Hollin Lane.  .  The Planning Officer advised that the proposed amendments did not alter the Officers recommendation to refuse permission within the submitted report.

     

    The Committee considered the views of Mr Shackhill, who addressed the Committee objecting to the application on behalf of local residents.

     

    DECIDED – That planning permission be refused for reasons as detailed within the submitted report.

21.

change of use of part of a restaurant into a hot food take-away, including and an extension of the opening hours of the premises from 11.00am - 11.00pm, to, 11.00am - 03.00am (Monday to Sunday inclusive) the eastern restaurant, 30 Spotland Road, Rochdale.

    Minutes:

    The Director of Economy introduced planning application 15/01461/FUL, a full application requesting a change of use of part of a restaurant into a hot food take-away, including and an extension of the opening hours of the premises from 11.00am – 11.00pm, to, 11.00am – 03.00am (Monday to Sunday inclusive) being a retrospective application in respect of the eastern restaurant, 30 Spotland Road, Rochdale.

     

    The Committee considered the views of Mr. A. Littlewood who addressed the Committee on behalf of the objectors to the application.

     

    The Committee considered the views of Mr. M. Percy, who addressed the Committee on behalf of the applicant.

     

    DECIDED – That (1) a temporary planning permission be granted for a period of 12 months subject to conditions to be determined by the Assistant Director (Planning and Development) inclusive of the following conditions:

    a)    The hot food take-away hereby permitted shall not be open for trade or business before 11:00 hours nor after midnight seven days per week,

    b)   That such a permission granting the extension of hours and for the partial use of the restaurant for a hot food take away shall cease twelve months from the date of the grant of permission unless a further planning permission authorising a continued use has been granted. 

22.

Erection of two dwellings to enable the restoration of Red House (Resubmission of 14/00684/FUL) on land south of 13 Broadhalgh Avenue, Rochdale

    Minutes:

    The Director for Economy introduced planning application 15/01450/FUL for the erection of two dwellings to enable the restoration of Red House

    (Resubmission of 14/00684/FUL) on land south of 13 Broadhalgh Avenue, Rochdale.

     

    The Sub-Committee considered the views of a neighbour, Ms Clouse who addressed the Committee objecting to the application.

     

    The Committee considered the views of Mr M. Percy, the agent for the applicant, who addressed the Committee in relation to the application.

     

    The Committee considered the views of Councillor Duckworth who addressed the Committee in relation to the application.

     

    DECIDED – DECIDED – That the Committee was minded to support the principle of development in this case and to authorise the Assistant Director (Planning and Development) to grant planning permission subject to conditions and following the completion of a Section 106 planning agreement or other form of planning obligation as may be deemed to be appropriate in this case. 

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Decadance SEV pdf icon PDF 162 KB

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    The Director of Public Health presented a report introducing an application for a new licensed Sexual Entertainment Venue at 122 Durham Street, Rochdale; in accordance with paragraph 8 of Schedule 3 of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982, and the Policing and Crime Act 2009.

     

    The Committee was requested to either grant the application as submitted, grant the application with appropriate conditions, or refuse the application. 

     

    DECIDED – That the application for a new licensed Sexual Entertainment Venue be refused on grounds that the number of sex establishments in the relevant locality at the time the application is made is equal to or exceeds the number which the authority consider is appropriate for that locality; and, the granting or renewal of the licence would be inappropriate, having regard to the character of the relevant locality.