Venue: Committee Suite, Trafford Town Hall, Talbot Road, Stretford, Manchester M32 0TH
Contact: Michelle Cody Governance Officer
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The Committee is asked to note that Councillor Freeman became a Member of the Planning Development Management Committee as of 24th October, 2022, replacing Councillor Dagnall.
RESOLVED: That the appointment of Councillor Freeman as a Member of the Planning Development Management Committee be noted.
DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
Members to give notice of any Personal or Prejudicial Interest and the nature of that Interest relating to any item on the Agenda in accordance with the adopted Code of Conduct.
Councillor Chalkin declared a Personal and Prejudicial Interest in Application 108288/FUL/22 (Cibo Hale, 6-10 Victoria Road, Hale) he did not declare the nature of his interest; he advised he would be leaving the room for this item. During the meeting he also declared a Personal Interest in Application 108872/VAR/22 (Land bound by Elsinore Road and Skerton Road, Stretford) being aware of the background to the site as a Member of the Investment Management Board.
Councillor Freeman declared a Personal Interest in Application 108516/FUL/22 (Templemoor Infant School, Nursery Close, Sale) as the site is within his Ward, he advised the Committee that as a Councillor he had no contact with any residents about the application.
To receive and, if so determined, to approve as a correct record the Minutes of the meeting held on 13th October, 2022.
RESOLVED: That the Minutes of the meeting held on 13th October, 2022, be approved as a correct record and signed by the Chair.
QUESTIONS FROM MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC
A maximum of 15 minutes will be allocated to public questions submitted in writing to Democratic Services (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 4pm on the working day prior to the meeting. Questions must be within the remit of the Committee or be relevant to items appearing on the agenda and will be submitted in the order in which they were received.
No questions were submitted.
To consider the attached report of the Head of Planning and Development, tabled at the meeting.
The Head of Planning and Development submitted a report informing Members of additional information received regarding applications for planning permission to be determined by the Committee.
RESOLVED: That the report be received and noted.
To consider the attached reports of the Head of Planning and Development, for the following applications.
APPLICATION FOR RETROSPECTIVE PLANNING PERMISSION 108288/FUL/22 - CIBO HALE, 6-10 VICTORIA ROAD, HALE
[Note: Councillor Chalkin declared a Personal and Prejudicial Interest in Application 108288/FUL/22 and left the room during consideration of the item.]
The Head of Planning and Development submitted a report concerning an application for retrospective planning permission for external seating area at roof level, glazed balustrade and associated structures.
It was moved and seconded that retrospective planning permission be granted.
The motion was put to the vote and declared lost.
RESOLVED: That retrospective planning permission be refused for the reasons now determined.
APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMISSION 108516/FUL/22 - TEMPLEMOOR INFANT SCHOOL, NURSERY CLOSE, SALE
[Note: Councillor Freeman declared a Personal Interest in Application 108516/FUL/22, as the site is within his Ward.]
The Head of Planning and Development submitted a report concerning an application for planning permission for the erection of single storey extension to existing nursery building along with alterations including addition of solar panels, ventilation stacks and alterations to existing windows. Reconfiguration and extension of nursery playground, erection of secure covered play area structure and realignment of existing school running track. Alterations to main school building to include demolition of existing storage and replacement with a single storey hall extension with improvements to front entrance and new canopy. Alterations to existing car park to increase car parking spaces by 4.
RESOLVED: That planning permission be granted subject to the conditions now determined with the following additional condition:-
14. Prior to above ground works a revised car park plan and strategy, which shall include a minimum of 2 accessible car parking spaces, shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The strategy shall then be implemented prior to the extensions hereby approved coming into first use and shall be retained thereafter.
Reason: To reduce car travel to and from the site in the interests of sustainability and highway safety, having regard to Policies L4 and L7 of the Trafford Core Strategy and the National Planning Policy Framework.
APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMISSION 108872/VAR/22 - LAND BOUND BY ELSINORE ROAD AND SKERTON ROAD, STRETFORD
[Note: At this point in the proceedings Councillor Chalkin declared a Personal Interest in Application 108872/VAR/22 as he was aware of the background to the site being on the Investment Management Board.]
The Head of Planning and Development submitted a report concerning an application for planning permission for the variation of conditions 2 and 13 on planning permission 100270/FUL/20 (Erection of a residential development (Use Class C3) for 367 units comprising five blocks between 6 and 10 storeys with associated access, parking and landscaping) to allow for amendments to design, landscaping, layout and drainage and variation to Legal Agreement to amend affordable housing tenure.
RESOLVED: That Members are minded to grant planning permission for the development and that the determination of the application hereafter be deferred and delegated to the Head of Planning and Development as follows:-
(i) To complete a suitable Legal Agreement under S106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended) to secure:
· The provision of 10 per cent affordable housing on site in the form of 37 no. housing units for discounted market rent to be set at not more than 80% of market rent.
· A financial contribution of £573,678 towards off-site primary education facilities.
· A commitment to undertake and/or fund parking surveys on surrounding streets and where necessary, to seek and fund Traffic Regulation Orders and extensions to resident parking schemes.
· The retention of Tim Groom Architects in the role of design certifier throughout the construction period, or alternatively to secure a commuted sum to cover the professional fees required to enable the local planning authority and developer to work together to secure the involvement of an architectural practice of their choice in the role of design certifier.
(ii) To carry out minor drafting amendments to any planning condition.
(ii) To have discretion to determine the application appropriately in the circumstances where a S106 Agreement has not been completed within three months of the resolution to grant planning permission.
(iv) That upon the satisfactory completion of the above Legal Agreement that planning permission be granted subject to the conditions now determined (unless amended by (ii) above).