Agenda and minutes

Planning Committee
Thursday 14th November 2019 9.30 am

Venue: Council Chamber, Town Hall, Bexhill-on-Sea

Contact: For all enquiries please contact Email: julie.hollands@rother.gov.uk  Tel: 01424 787811

Items
No. Item

PL19/74.

Minutes

To authorise the Chairman to sign the minutes of the meeting of the Planning Committee held on the 10 October 2019 as a correct record of the proceedings.

Minutes:

The Chairman was authorised to sign the Minutes of the meeting held on 10 October 2019 as a correct record of the proceedings.

PL19/75.

Apologies for Absence and Substitutes

Minutes:

There were no apologies for absence.

 

PL19/76.

Disclosure of Interest

To receive any disclosure by Members of personal and disclosable pecuniary interests in matters on the agenda, the nature of any interest and whether the Member regards the personal interest as prejudicial under the terms of the Code of Conduct.  Members are reminded of the need to repeat their declaration immediately prior to the commencement of the item in question.

Minutes:

Declarations of interest were made by Councillors in the Minutes as indicated below:

 

S.J. Coleman                          Agenda Item 10 (RR/2019/1477/P) – Personal and Prejudicial in so far as he had been previously lobbied by objectors to the application and felt unable to consider the matter impartially.

 

Mrs D.C. Earl-Williams            Agenda Item 11 (RR/2019/1874/P) – Personal and Prejudicial in so far as she owned 19 Ninfield Road, the adjacent property.

 

A.S. Mier                                 Agenda Item 9 (RR/2018/2616/P) – Personal in so far as he had previously instructed the Agent in a personal capacity.

 

PL19/77.

Planning Applications - Index pdf icon PDF 123 KB

Minutes:

Outline planning permissions are granted subject to approval by the Council of reserved matters before any development is commenced, which are layout, scale, appearance, access and landscaping.  Unless otherwise stated, every planning permission or outline planning permission is granted subject to the development beginning within three years from the date of the permission.  In regard to outline permissions, reserved matters application for approval must be made within three years from the date of the grant of outline permission; and the development to which the permission relates must begin no later than whichever is the later of the following dates: the expiration of three years from the date of the grant of outline permission or, the expiration of two years from the final approval of the reserved matters, or in the case of approval on different dates, the final approval of the last such matters to be approved.

           

In certain circumstances the Planning Committee will indicate that it is only prepared to grant or refuse planning permission if, or unless, certain amendments to a proposal are undertaken or subject to completion of outstanding consultations.  In these circumstances the Head of Service Strategy and Planning can be given delegated authority to issue the decision of the Planning Committee once the requirements of the Committee have been satisfactorily complied with.  A delegated decision does not mean that planning permission or refusal will automatically be issued.  If there are consultation objections, difficulties, or negotiations are not satisfactorily concluded, then the application will have to be reported back to the Planning Committee or reported via the internal-only electronic Notified ‘D’ system by means of providing further information for elected Members.  This delegation also allows the Head of Service Strategy and Planning to negotiate and amend applications, conditions, reasons for refusal and notes commensurate with the instructions of the Committee.  Any applications which are considered prior to the expiry of the consultation reply period are automatically delegated for a decision.

 

RESOLVED: That the Planning Applications be determined as detailed below.

PL19/78.

RR/2017/1778 - Rye - Former Thomas Peacocke School Site, Ferry Road pdf icon PDF 545 KB

Minutes:

DECISION: GRANT (OUTLINE PLANNING) DELEGATED SUBJECT TO FINALISATION OF PLANNING CONDITIONS AND A SECTION 106 PLANNING OBLIGATION TO SECURE:

·        A financial contribution in lieu of affordable housing on site.

·        Management of the allocated/unallocated parking spaces.

·        Implementation of necessary highway works.

·        An Employment and Skills Plan.

 

CONDITIONS:

 

1.     The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission.

      Reason: In accordance with section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended by section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004).

 

2.     The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans and documents:

22876A_01 A – As Existing Site Plan

22876A_02 A – As Existing Block Plan

22876A_03 – Demolition Plan

22876A_10 E – Proposed Site Plan

22876A_17 C – Proposed Site Plan – Levels Strategy

22876A_18 – Proposed Site Plan Plot Boundaries

22876A_30 – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 1 to 3 Floor Plans + Elevations

22876A_31 – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 4 to 12 Floor Plans

22876A_32 – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 4 to 12 Elevations

22876A_33 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 13 to 16 Floor Plans

22876A_34 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 13 to 16 Elevations

22876A_35 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 17 to 21 Floor Plans

22876A_36 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 17 to 21 Elevations

22876A_37 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 22 to 25 Floor Plans

22876A_38 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 22 to 25 Elevations

22876A_39 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 26 to 30 Floor Plans

22876A_40 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 26 to 30 Elevations

22876A_41 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 31 to 33 Floor Plans

+ Elevations

22876A_42 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 34 to 40 Floor Plans

22876A_43 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 34 to 40 Elevations

22876A_44 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 41 to 46 Floor Plans

22876A_45 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 41 to 46 Elevations

22876A_46 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 47 to 54 Floor Plans

22876A_47 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 47 to 54 Elevations

22876A_48 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 55 to 58 Floor Plans

22876A_49 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 55 to 58 Elevations

22876A_50 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 59 to 63 Floor Plans

22876A_51 A – Proposed House Type Drawings – Plots 59 to 63 Elevations

22876A_52 – Proposed Car Port Drawing – Floor Plans and Elevations

22876A_53 – Proposed Bin Store – Floor Plans and Elevations

22876A_60 A – Proposed Site Sections – A-A, B-B

22876A_61 A – Proposed Site Sections – C-C, D-D

22876A_62 A – Proposed Site Sections – E-E, F-F, G-G  ...  view the full minutes text for item PL19/78.

PL19/79.

RR/2019/792/P - Battle - 56-58 High Street - Land to the rear pdf icon PDF 474 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

DECISION: GRANT (FULL PLANNING)

 

CONDITIONS:

 

1.     The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission.

Reason: In accordance with section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended by section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004).

 

2.     The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans:

Drawing No. 022-1.100-E, dated 25/10/19

022-1.002-D, 005-D, 200-C, dated 24/07/19

022-0.001-A, dated 25/03/19

Reason: For the avoidance of doubt and in the interests of proper planning, as advised in Planning Practice Guidance Paragraph: 022 Reference ID: 21a-022-20140306.

 

3.     No demolition or ground works shall take place until the developer has secured the implementation of a programme of archaeological work, in accordance with a Written Scheme of Archaeological Investigation which has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

Reason: A pre-commencement condition is required to ensure that any archaeological and historical interest of the site is safeguarded and recorded to comply with Policy EN2 (vi) of the Rother Local Plan Core Strategy and the National Planning Policy Framework.

 

4.     No development approved by this permission shall be commenced prior to a contaminated land assessment and associated remedial strategy, together with a timetable of works, being submitted to the Local Planning Authority for approval and all works shall be completed in accordance with the approved details.

a)    Submission of a timetable for completion of remediation works in accordance with the details of remedial works required to be approved by the Local Planning Authority in association with Environmental Health, prior to any remediation commencing on site.  The works shall be of such a nature so as to render harmless the identified contamination given the proposed end-use of the site and surrounding environment (including any controlled waters).

b)    Approved remediation works shall be carried out in full on site under a quality assurance scheme to demonstrate compliance with the proposed methodology and best practice guidance.  If during any works contamination is encountered which has not previously been identified then the additional contamination should be fully assessed and an appropriation remediation scheme submitted to the Local Planning Authority for approval.

c)     Upon completion of the works, this condition shall not be discharged until a closure report has been submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority.  The closure report shall include details of the proposed remediation works and the quality assurance certificates to show that the works have been carried out in full in accordance with the approved methodology.  Details of any post remediation sampling and analysis to show the site has reached the required clean-up criteria shall be included in the closure report together with the necessary documentation detailing what waste materials have been removed from the site.

Reason:  A pre-commencement condition is required as the site investigations undertaken identify that previous uses may have left the land contaminated and in order to avoid risks to health  ...  view the full minutes text for item PL19/79.

PL19/80.

RR/2018/2616/P and 2617/L - Northiam - Clench Green, Beales Lane pdf icon PDF 407 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

DECISION: (RR/2019/2616/P) REFUSE (FULL PLANNING)

 

REASON FOR REFUSAL:

 

1.     Having regard to Section 66(1) of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990, it is considered that the proposed extension, by reason of its uncharacteristic roof form, height, footprint, wall to window proportions and projection beyond the host building’s gable end, would appear as an incongruous and discordant feature on this well preserved Grade II listed building. As such, the works proposed would fail to preserve the special architectural or historic interest of the Grade II listed building. Additionally, the works proposed would harm the building’s significance as a designated heritage asset, in conflict with paragraph 193 of the National Planning Policy Framework, and would also conflict with Policy EN2(iii) of the Rother Local Plan Core Strategy 2014 and saved Policy HG8 of the Rother District Local Plan 2006, which seek to protect the character and appearance of existing buildings.

 

NOTE:

 

1.     This refusal of planning permission relates to the following drawings:

Drawing No. 5936/LBP/A (LOCATION BLOCK PLAN), dated JUN 19

Drawing No. 5936/2 (JOINERY DETAILS), dated SEPTEMBER 2018

Drawing No. 5936/19/1/E (PROPOSED EXTENSION & INTERNAL ALTERATIONS), dated APR 19

Drawing No. 5936/19/2/A (PROPOSED INTERNAL ALTERATIONS), dated APR 19

REF. HP 06/16 (CRITTALL HOMELIGHT PLUS WINDOW FRAME PROFILES)

 

NATIONAL PLANNING POLICY FRAMEWORK: In accordance with the requirements of the Framework (paragraph 38) and with the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015, the Local Planning Authority has acted positively and proactively in determining this application by identifying matters of concern with the proposal, clearly setting out the reason for refusal, thereby allowing the Applicant the opportunity to consider the harm caused and whether or not it can be remedied as part of a revised scheme.

 

DECISION: (RR/2019/2617/L) REFUSE (LISTED BUILDING CONSENT)

 

REASON FOR REFUSAL:

 

1.     Having regard to Section 16(2) of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990, it is considered that the proposed extension, by reason of its uncharacteristic roof form, height, footprint, wall to window proportions and projection beyond the host building’s gable end, would appear as an incongruous and discordant feature on this well preserved Grade II listed building. As such, the works proposed would fail to preserve the special architectural or historic interest of the Grade II listed building. Additionally, the works proposed would harm the building’s significance as a designated heritage asset, in conflict with paragraph 193 of the National Planning Policy Framework, and would also conflict with Policy EN2(iii) of the Rother Local Plan Core Strategy 2014 & saved Policy HG8 of the Rother District Local Plan 2006, which seek to protect the character and appearance of existing buildings.

 

NOTE:

 

1.     This refusal of listed building consent relates to the following drawings:

Drawing No. 5936/LBP/A (LOCATION BLOCK PLAN), dated JUN 19.

Drawing No. 5936/2 (JOINERY DETAILS), dated SEPTEMBER 2018.

Drawing No. 5936/19/1/E (PROPOSED EXTENSION & INTERNAL ALTERATIONS), dated APR 19.

Drawing No. 5936/19/2/A (PROPOSED INTERNAL ALTERATIONS), dated APR 19.

REF. HP 06/16 (CRITTALL HOMELIGHT PLUS WINDOW FRAME  ...  view the full minutes text for item PL19/80.

PL19/81.

RR/2019/1477/P - Bexhill - The Thorne - Land to rear pdf icon PDF 407 KB

Minutes:

DECISION: GRANT (FULL PLANNING)

 

CONDITIONS:

 

1.     The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission.

Reason: In accordance with section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended by section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004).

 

2.     The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved drawings:

No. 6143/19/LBP/C (Location Block Plan), dated Aug 2019

No. 6143/19/1 (Floor Plans & Elevations), dated May 2019

No. 6143/19/2 (Floor Plans & Elevations), dated May 2019

No. 6143/19/3 (Floor Plans & Elevations), dated May 2019

No. 6143/19/4/D (Site Plan & Street Scene), dated Aug 2019

No. 6143/19/5(Indicative Illustrative Layout), dated Aug 2019

Reason: For the avoidance of doubt and in the interests of proper planning, as advised in Planning Practice Guidance Paragraph: 022 Reference ID: 21a-022-20140306.

 

3.     No development approved by this planning permission shall commence until a Construction Traffic Management Scheme for operations at the site has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. This should include details of how the development will be constructed from the access adjacent to Little Throne, and not via Thorne Close; an onsite compound for contractors’ vehicles, plant, machinery and materials for the duration of the development, details for wheel washing equipment within the site, during any form of earthworks and/or excavations and details of routes, timings and management of construction traffic including the importation and storage of soil.

Reason: To maintain the free flow of traffic along the highway and to prevent contamination and damage to the adjacent roads, in the interests of highway safety and for the benefit and convenience of the public at large having regard to Policies OSS4 (ii), CO6 (ii) and TR3 of the Rother Local Plan Core Strategy.

 

4.     No development approved by this planning permission shall commence until a scheme of the working hours during the construction has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Unless alternative times are specifically agreed construction activities associated with the development hereby permitted shall not be carried out other than between the hours of 08:00 and 18:00 hours on Mondays to Fridays inclusive and 08:00 and 13.00 on Saturdays and not at any time on Sundays, Bank and Public Holidays.

Reason: A pre-commencement condition is required from the outset to ensure highway safety and so as not to unreasonably harm the amenities of adjoining properties in accordance with Policies OSS4 (ii) and CO6 of the Rother Local Plan Core Strategy and the National Planning Policy Framework.

 

5.     No development approved by this planning permission shall commence until a scheme for the control of noise and dust during construction shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Development work should be carried out in accordance with the approved scheme and no bonfires will be permitted on site.

Reason: A pre-commencement condition is required so that development from its outset does not  ...  view the full minutes text for item PL19/81.

PL19/82.

RR/2019/1874/P - Bexhill - 21 Ninfield Road pdf icon PDF 403 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

DECISION: GRANT (FULL PLANNING)

 

Members had visited the site as part of their site inspections.  The proposal was for the construction of a second floor mansard style extension over the existing flat-roofed first floor of the building to create two self-contained flats, as well as change of use of the ground floor from a mixed use Class A1 and A3 to a single use for Class A1 purposes.

 

Consideration was given to updated information received from the agent, which was circulated to Members prior to the meeting.  Concerns regarding lack of parking provision by the Highway Authority were also noted.  The Committee considered comments made by the Ward Member who explained that the property had been empty for some time and was currently an eyesore on Sidley’s High Street.

 

Members discussed the acceptability of the proposal and the level of impact on the street-scene.  In weighing up all the issues, including the lack of a current 5-year supply of land for housing, Members considered that the design of the property was acceptable, would not look out of place or have a harmful impact on the street-scene.  Therefore, the Committee considered that the application for full planning should be granted.

 

Councillor Prochak moved the motion to approve (Grant Full Planning) and this was seconded by Councillor Mier.

 

Resolution voted on – the motion was CARRIED (unanimous).

 

CONDITIONS:

 

1.   The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission.

Reason: In accordance with section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended by section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004).

 

2.   The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans and details:

Drawing No. 227-P-01-B, dated 4 October 2019

Drawing No. 227-S-01-A, dated 8 August 2019

Reason: For the avoidance of doubt and in the interests of proper planning, as advised in Planning Practice Guidance Paragraph: 022 Reference ID: 21a-022-20140306.

 

3.   No development above ground level shall take place until samples of the materials to be used in the construction of the external surfaces of the extension hereby permitted have been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. Development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details.

Reason: To ensure that the development reflects the character and appearance of the existing building and to preserve the visual amenities of the area in accordance with Policy OSS4 (iii) of the Rother Local Plan Core Strategy.

 

NATIONAL PLANNING POLICY FRAMEWORK: In accordance with the requirements of the Framework (paragraph 38) and with the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015, the Local Planning Authority has acted positively and proactively in determining this application by identifying matters of concern within the application (as originally submitted) and negotiating, with the applicant, acceptable amendments to the proposal to address those concerns. As a result, the Local Planning Authority has been able to grant planning permission  ...  view the full minutes text for item PL19/82.

PL19/83.

RR/2019/33/P - Icklesham - Winchelsea Sands Holiday Park, Pett Level Road, Winchelsea Beach pdf icon PDF 481 KB

Minutes:

DECISION: GRANT (FULL PLANNING)

 

CONDITIONS:

 

1.     The development shall not proceed other than in accordance with Conditions 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7 imposed on planning permission A/62/330, dated 28 May 1962, which remain in full force and effect.

Reason: This permission is granted pursuant to planning permissions A/62/330, dated 28 May 1962, and RR/90/1046/P, dated 26 July 1990. Under Section 73 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 the Council has considered the conditions subject to which those previous planning permissions were granted and confirms that the conditions and associated reasons remain pertinent and are re-imposed, apart from as varied by this permission.

 

Conditions 1 and 3 imposed on planning permission A/62/330, dated 28 May 1962, and Condition 2 imposed on planning permission RR/90/1046/P, dated 26 July 1990, are varied as follows:

 

2.    This permission shall only authorise the use of the land cross-hatched red on the plan as a site for caravan camping during the period from the 1 March in any one year to the 14 February the following year.

Reason: To ensure that the caravans are not used for unauthorised permanent residential occupation – which would result in the loss of tourist accommodation and would present an unacceptable risk to life in the event of a flood – in accordance with Policy EC6 (vi) of the Rother Local Plan Core Strategy 2014.

 

3.    Occupation of the caravans on the site shall be limited to between the 1 March in any one year to the 14 February the following year.

     Reason: To ensure that the caravans are not used for unauthorised permanent residential occupation – which would result in the loss of tourist accommodation and would present an unacceptable risk to life in the event of a flood – in accordance with Policy EC6 (vi) of the Rother Local Plan Core Strategy 2014.

 

New Additional Conditions:

 

4.     The caravans on the site are to be occupied for holiday purposes only and shall not be occupied as a person’s sole or main place of residence.

Reason: To ensure that the caravans are not used for unauthorised permanent residential occupation – which would result in the loss of tourist accommodation and would present an unacceptable risk to life in the event of a flood – in accordance with Policy EC6 (vi) of the Rother Local Plan Core Strategy 2014.

 

5.     The owners/operators shall maintain an up-to-date register of the names of all owners and/or occupiers of individual caravans on the site, and of their main home addresses, and shall make this information available at all reasonable times to the Local Planning Authority.

Reason: To ensure that the caravans are not used for unauthorised permanent residential occupation – which would result in the loss of tourist accommodation and would present an unacceptable risk to life in the event of a flood – in accordance with Policy EC6 (vi) of the Rother Local Plan Core Strategy 2014.

 

NOTE:  ...  view the full minutes text for item PL19/83.

PL19/84.

RR/2019/34/P - Icklesham - Winchelsea Sands Holiday Park, Pett Level Road, Winchelsea Beach pdf icon PDF 466 KB

Minutes:

DECISION: GRANT (FULL PLANNING)

 

CONDITIONS:

 

1.     The development shall not proceed other than in accordance with Condition 2 imposed on planning permission A/63/25, dated 29 April 1963, which remains in full force and effect.

Reason: This permission is granted pursuant to planning permissions A/63/25, dated 29 April 1963, and RR/92/1882/P, dated 30 November 1992. Under Section 73 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 the Council has considered the conditions subject to which those previous planning permissions were granted and confirms that the conditions and associated reasons remain pertinent and are re-imposed, apart from as varied by this permission.

 

Conditions 1 and 3 imposed on planning permission A/63/25, dated 29 April 1963, and Condition 2 imposed on planning permission RR/92/1882/P, dated 30 November 1992, are varied as follows:

 

2.     This permission shall authorise the use of the land (two acres) verged red on the submitted plan (but excluding the curtilage of the White Lodge Stores) as a caravan camping site during the period from the 1 March in any one year to the 14 February the following year.

Reason: To ensure that the caravans are not used for unauthorised permanent residential occupation – which would result in the loss of tourist accommodation and would present an unacceptable risk to life in the event of a flood – in accordance with Policy EC6 (vi) of the Rother Local Plan Core Strategy 2014.

 

3.     Occupation of the caravans on the site shall be limited to between the 1 March in any one year to the 14 February the following year.

Reason: To ensure that the caravans are not used for unauthorised permanent residential occupation – which would result in the loss of tourist accommodation and would present an unacceptable risk to life in the event of a flood – in accordance with Policy EC6 (vi) of the Rother Local Plan Core Strategy 2014.

 

New Additional Conditions:

 

4.     The caravans on the site are to be occupied for holiday purposes only and shall not be occupied as a person’s sole or main place of residence.

Reason: To ensure that the caravans are not used for unauthorised permanent residential occupation – which would result in the loss of tourist accommodation and would present an unacceptable risk to life in the event of a flood – in accordance with Policy EC6 (vi) of the Rother Local Plan Core Strategy 2014.

 

5.     The owners/operators shall maintain an up-to-date register of the names of all owners and/or occupiers of individual caravans on the site, and of their main home addresses, and shall make this information available at all reasonable times to the Local Planning Authority.

Reason: To ensure that the caravans are not used for unauthorised permanent residential occupation – which would result in the loss of tourist accommodation and would present an unacceptable risk to life in the event of a flood – in accordance with Policy EC6 (vi) of the Rother Local  ...  view the full minutes text for item PL19/84.

PL19/85.

Developer Re-Negotiations of Section 106 Agreements in Relation to Affordable Housing pdf icon PDF 187 KB

Minutes:

At the September Committee meeting, Members requested to be kept abreast of the current arrangements in relation to the re-negotiations of affordable housing in Section 106 Agreements, as well as the number of applications that had be re-negotiated in the past two years. 

 

Members noted that planning obligations could be amended at any time with the agreement of the Local Planning Authority (LPA).  Where the LPA did not agree developers could make a formal application under Section 106A(3) to modify or discharge agreements, but only if the planning obligation was more than five years old. In those instances developers could appeal the decision on the application if refused by the LPA to the Secretary of State (i.e. Planning Inspectorate).

 

It was confirmed that there had been no re-negotiated planning obligations in relation to affording housing during the last two years.

 

RESOLVED: That the report be noted.

 

PL19/86.

Appeals pdf icon PDF 294 KB

Minutes:

Members noted the report on Appeals that had been started, allowed or dismissed since the Committee’s last meeting, together with the list of forthcoming Hearings and Inquiries.

 

RESOLVED: That the report be noted.

PL19/87.

Planning Statistics for the Quarters April to June 2019 and July to September 2019 pdf icon PDF 202 KB

Minutes:

Members gave consideration to the report of the Executive Director on the planning statistics for the quarters April to June 2019 and July to September 2019.

 

RESOLVED: That the report be noted.

PL19/88.

To note the date and time for future Site Inspections

Tuesday 17 December 2019 at 8:30am departing from the Town Hall, Bexhill.

Minutes:

Tuesday 17 December 2019 at 8:30am departing from the Town Hall, Bexhill.