Venue: Council Chamber, Council Offices, Urban Road, Kirkby-in-Ashfield
Contact: Martin Elliott
To receive apologies for absence, if any.
Apologies for absence were
received from Councillor Zadrozny.
Declarations of Disclosable Pecuniary or Personal Interests and Non Disclosable Pecuniary/Other Interests.
Councillor Hollis, 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 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.
To receive and approve as a correct record the minutes of a meeting of the Planning Committee held on 18 October 2018 PDF 175 KB
The Minutes of the meeting held
on 18 October 2018 were approved as a correct record and signed by
To receive and consider the attached planning applications. PDF 64 KB
V/2018/0396 - Wren Hall Nursing Home Ltd -
Extension to Rear of Existing Care Home and Change of Use from
Residential Curtilage and Equestrian to Create Additional Car
Parking to the North West of the Site in Association with the Care
Home, and Construction of Steps from the Care Home to the Car Park
Area - Wren Hall Nursing Home, 234 Nottingham Road, Selston,
accordance with the Council’s Policy for dealing with late
matters in relation to planning applications (Minute No. D4.17,
1993/94), the Assistant Director for Planning and Regulatory
Services gave a verbal report on additional comments received in
relation to the application after the agenda had been finalised as
Eight further letters of support had been received. Two letters
raised further reasons for support including:
Addition of ‘Little Wrens’ nursery helps
to support those at Wren Hall Care Home
Wren Hall has converted one of the shared rooms into
an ‘End of Life’ suite for families to have a private,
respectful and comfortable environment when a loved one is coming
to the end of their life.
content in the further six comments received raised no further
reasons for support on top of what had already been raised by other
residents, and which was already detailed in the report.
further signatures received on the online petition in support of
further letter of objection had been received. The content of this
letter raised no further reasons for objection to the current
application on top of what has already been raised by other
residents, and which had already been detailed in the
email had been received from the applicant’s agent raising
concerns that the application presented at the previous committee
meeting had been inaccurate and selective information was put to
following had also been raised in the email about the report now
The report gives the impression that the whole
application falls within the Green Belt, whilst only part of
proposed extension does.
The consultee response from environmental health is
incorrect and does not reflect the comments received.
The consultee response has been ended with
‘there is therefore a risk of vehicular conflict occurring at
the entrance to the site, to the detriment of the safety of other
highway users’ with no mention to the suggested condition
from highways until later in the report which is
The report raises concern in relation to landscaping
and ecology but no comments have been received from
The report states that the acoustic fence is less
than 1m from a habitable room window. The kitchen is not a
habitable room and the first floor room could potentially be a
bedroom which is not used during the day.
The committee report states that the original
building fall within the named settlement of Selston and clarifies
that 759sqm of the extension is sited in the Green Belt.
The comments received from environmental health
suggests a condition restricting the ...
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TPO 64 Plainspot Road PDF 118 KB
The Interim Director of Place and
Communities submitted a report to advise the committee of an
objection that had been received in response to the making of a
Tree Preservation Order at 64 Plainspot
was moved, seconded and RESOLVED that consideration
of the objection to the TPO be deferred to the next meeting of the
Planning Committee in order to allow members of the Planning
Committee the opportunity to carry out a site visit.
Planning appeal decisions PDF 148 KB
The Interim Director –
Place and Communities submitted a report to advise the committee of
the outcome of recent Planning Appeal decisions.
that the report be