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Declarations of Disclosable Pecuniary or Personal Interests and Non Disclosable Pecuniary/Other Interests
The Chairman, on behalf of the Committee, declared a
general Non Disclosable Pecuniary/Other Interest in relation to
Members being known to the Applicant, Councillor Jason Zadrozny
(application V/2018/0630, Mr. J. Zadrozny,
Fence and Posts, 74 Sutton Road, Kirkby in Ashfield.)
Councillor Rachel Madden declared a Disclosable
Pecuniary Interest in relation to application V/2018/0630, Mr. J.
Zadrozny, Fence and Posts, 74 Sutton Road, Kirkby in Ashfield. Her
interest was in relation to the property, 74 Sutton Road, Kirkby in
Ashfield, as outlined in the application.
Councillors Cheryl Butler and David Griffiths both
declared a Non Disclosable Pecuniary/Other Interest in respect of
application V/2018/0092, Mrs. L. Bradley, Plots 5-9 Manor Croft
Development, Mansfield Road, Skegby.
Their interests arose from the fact that they were known to the
applicant but had not expressed an opinion regarding the proposed
Councillor Keir Morrison declared that he was
predetermined in respect of application V/2018/0355, Linby Homes
Ltd, two detached dwellings with integral garages, land to the rear
of 283-287 Watnall Road, Hucknall. His interest arose from the fact
that he had previously expressed in public his opinion regarding
the proposed application.
Councillor Keir Morrison also declared a Non
Disclosable Pecuniary/Other Interest in respect of applications
V/2016/0619, Bolsover Properties Ltd, Hucknall Town Football Club,
Watnall Road, Hucknall and V/2018/0586, Bolsover Properties Ltd,
Land off Aerial Way, Hucknall. His
interest arose from the fact that he had spoken with the Chairman
of Hucknall Town Football Club but had not expressed an opinion
regarding the proposed application.
Councillor Sam Wilson declared a Non Disclosable
Pecuniary/Other Interest in respect of application V/2018/0396,
Wren Hall Nursing Home Limited, 234 Nottingham Road, Selston.
His interest arose from the fact that
he was known to the applicant but had not fettered his discretion
for considering the application.
Minutes PDF 150 KB
that the minutes of the meeting
of the Planning Committee held on 20th September, 2018
be received and approved as a correct record.
Town and Country Planning Act 1990: Town Planning Applications Requiring Decisions PDF 351 KB
Application V/2018/0150, Persimmon Homes Nottingham
and Muse Developments Ltd, Application for
Approval of Reserved Matters following Outline Approval V/2013/0123
- Proposed Erection of 120 Dwellings and Associated Infrastructure
including Access and Landscaping, Land at Rolls Royce, Watnall
C. Gowlett, as agent for the Applicant, took the opportunity to
address the Committee in respect of this matter.
accordance with the Council’s Policy for dealing with late
matters in relation to planning applications (Minute No. D4.17,
1993/94 refers), the Assistant Director for Planning and Regulatory
Services proceeded to give a verbal report as to additional
comments received in relation to the application as follows:-
Three additional objections had been received from local
residents raising the following points
Loss of local centre / community facilities will
cause increased travel & traffic as too far to walk to other
The developers were misleading stating the
facilities would be built and if not on this phase, they should be
provided elsewhere on the site, or space left vacant for future
No community hub = no community. More houses are not required.
An up to date feasibility study into commercial
demand should be undertaken.
These issues reflect those detailed in the main report. The lack
of the provision of the local centre is also discussed and the
Applicant’s case bolstered by a marketing report by HEB
surveyors and a detailed breakdown of their commitment thus far to
the provision of various community benefits on the site.
Re-wording of Conditional Matters:
Condition 14 - requiring
the scheme submission and implementation as agreed.
Prior to the occupation of Plots 88 to 100 inclusive, an
appropriate off-site traffic management scheme, to protect against
the indiscriminate parking on Watnall Street / main development
spine road, shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the
Local Planning Authority and the approved scheme be
implemented. Please refer to the
Traffic Regulation Informative below.
Condition 19 – all drives and parking areas to
be hard surfaced.
part of the development hereby permitted shall be brought into use
until all drives and any parking or turning areas are surfaced in a
hard bound material (not loose gravel). for a minimum of 6 metres
or less as detailed on the approved site layout, behind the highway
boundary. The surfaced drives and any
parking or turning areas shall then be maintained in such hardbound
material for the life of the development.
was moved by Councillor Chris Baron and seconded by Councillor Phil
Rostance that the recommendation contained within the report be
rejected and that planning consent be refused for the reasons set
The Outline Planning permission, V/2013/0123, was
granted for a Business Park on 27.8ha and residential development
on 31.2ha of land. The development was also described as including
et al, the provision for local retail; pub/restaurant; and care
home. The Parameter Plan [Plan 4]
included within the S106 Agreement, indicated where these community
facilities were to be provided. ...
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