Agenda and draft minutes

Planning Committee - Tuesday, 10 November 2020 7.00 pm

Venue: Microsoft Teams

Contact: Email: committees@broxtowe.gov.uk 

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37.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

Members are requested to declare the existence and nature of any disclosable pecuniary interest and/or other interest in any item on the agenda.

Minutes:

Councillors McGrath and MacRae both declared a non–pecuniary interest on item number 4.2, as they had both been involved in a charity auction at the Magpie Public House minute 41 refers.

38.

NOTIFICATION OF LOBBYING

Minutes:

The Committee received notifications of lobbying in respect of the planning applications subject to consideration at the meeting.

39.

DEVELOPMENT CONTROL

39.1

Application Number 20/00058/REM pdf icon PDF 5 MB

Construct retirement and specialist care community comprising 31 x 2 bed bungalows, 33 assisted care units (1 and 2 bed) and 36 x 1 bed flats together with specialist care/ancillary communal facilities (reserved matters relating to planning permission reference 14/00677/OUT)

Bramcote Hills Golf Club, Thoresby Road, Bramcote, NG9 3EP

 

Minutes:

Construct retirement and specialist care community comprising 31 x 2 bed bungalows, 33 assisted care units (1 and 2 bed) and 36 x 1 bed flats together with specialist care/ancillary communal facilities (reserved matters relating to planning permission reference 14/00677/OUT)

Bramcote Hills Golf Club, Thoresby Road, Bramcote, NG9 3EP

 

The application was brought to the Committee at the request of Councillor D K Watts.

 

Mr Stephen Austin (objector) submitted a formal written statement that was read to the members of the Committee.

 

Members considered the late items which included four representations from residents and a letter from Darren Henry MP.

 

Members debated the application. Comments made included:

·       Overbearing

·       Not low level development, contrary to Inspector’s decision on outline application

·       Impact on residential amenity

·       Site not suitable for this development

·       Flooding impact

·       Benefit of retirement home.

 

It was requested by Councillor D K Watts and seconded by Councillor J W McGrath that there be a recorded vote. 

 

For

Against

Abstention

 

D Bagshaw

L A Ball BEM

 

D Grindell

M Handley

 

T A Cullen

 

 

R I Jackson

 

 

R D MacRae

 

 

J W McGrath

 

 

G Marshall

 

 

P J Owen

 

 

D K Watts

 

 

R Willimott

 

 

J M Owen

 

 

RESOLVED that the reserved matters be refused.

 

RESOLVED that the wording of the refusal be delegated to the Head of Planning and Economic Development in consultation with the Chair of the Planning Committee and Head of Legal Services.

 

Reason

 

The development, by virtue of its scale and prominence, would adversely affect the amenity of local residents, contrary to the aims of Policy 10 of the Broxtowe Aligned Core Strategy (2014), Policy 17 of the Broxtowe Part 2 Local Plan (2019) and the National Planning Policy Framework (2019).

 

39.2

Application Number 20/00478/FUL pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Construct 78 bed residential care home with associated parking

Site of The Magpie, Toton Lane, Stapleford NG9 7JD

Minutes:

Construct 78 bed residential care home with associated parking

Site of The Magpie, Toton Lane, Stapleford NG9 7JD

 

This application sought planning permission for the erection of a 78 bed residential care home and had been brought before the Committee at the request of Councillor J W McGrath.

 

There were no late items for this application.

 

Mr Keith Wharmby (objector) submitted a formal written statement that was read out to members of the Committee, Councillor D Grindell addressed the Committee as Ward member.

 

Members debated the application and the following comments were amongst those noted:

·       Overbearing for area

·       Concern with traffic access

·       Inadequate parking on the site

 

A proposal to defer the application to seek additional parking spaces on the site was put to the Committee by Councillor D Grindell and seconded by Councillor R MacRae. On voting, the amendment was carried.

 

RESOLVED that the application be deferred.

 

Reason

 

To seek additional car parking spaces and to allow a highways response to the consultation.