Agenda and draft minutes

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Items
No. Item

1.

Minutes of last meeting pdf icon PDF 92 KB

2.

Absence of Members (If any)

3.

Declaration of Members' Disclosable Pecuniary interests and Non Pecuniary interests (If any)

4.

Report of the Monitoring Officer (If any)

5.

Addendum (if applicable) pdf icon PDF 85 KB

6.

55 Cranbourne Gardens London NW11 0HU - 19/1130/FUL pdf icon PDF 189 KB

    Minutes:

    *Councillor Shimon Ryde left the room for this item and did not participate in the vote.

     

    The planning officer introduced the report and addendum which related to 55 Cranbourne Gardens, NW11 OHU

     

    An oral representation in objection was made by Mrs Charlotte Kut-Grun

    An oral representation in objection was made by Ms Debra Khan

     

    An oral representation was made by the applicant.

     

    Following discussion of the item, the Chairman moved to vote on the recommendation in the cover report, which was to approve the application subject to conditions in the report and the addendum.

     

    Votes were recorded as follows:

     

    For -    4         

    Against -        0

    Abstain –       2

     

    The Committee therefore RESOLVED to APPROVE the application subject to conditions as per the officer’s report and addendum.

     

7.

Britannia House 960 High Road London N12 9RY - 17/6593/FUL pdf icon PDF 437 KB

    Minutes:

    The planning officer introduced the report which related to Britannia House, 960 High Road, N12 9RY.

     

    An oral representation was made by the agent for the applicant.

     

    Councillor Schneiderman proposed a motion to amend recommendation 1 to ensure that at least 2 of the social housing flats were 3 beds. This was unanimously agreed.

     

    Councillor Ryde proposed a motion to include an amendment to condition 12 that all the front balconies are all opaque. This was unanimously agreed.

     

    Following discussion of the item, the Chairman moved to vote on the recommendation in the cover report and addendum in addition to the amendments, which was to approve.

     

    Votes were recorded as follows:

     

    For -                7

    Against -        0

    Abstain -        0

     

    The Committee therefore RESOLVED to APPROVE the application subject to s106 and the amendments agreed by the committee.

     

    Amended condition 12:

    a) Before the development hereby permitted is first occupied, details of privacy screens (minimum height 1.6 metres) to the north facing balconies at first and second floor level to be installed and details of opaque glazing to the balconies on the west (front) facing balconies shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

     

    b) The screens shall be installed in accordance with the details approved under this condition before first occupation or the use is commenced and retained as such thereafter.

     

8.

48 Norrice Lea London N2 0RL - 19/1450/HSE pdf icon PDF 113 KB

    Minutes:

    The planning officer introduced the report which related to 48 Norrice Lea, London, N2 0RL

     

    An oral representation was made for the applicant.

     

    Following discussion of the item, the Chairman moved to vote on the recommendation in the cover report and the addendum, which was to refuse the application.

     

    Votes were recorded as follows:

     

    For -                0

    Against -        7

    Abstain –       0

     

    Cllr Marshall moved a motion to approve the application subject to it being granted as a personal consent, the motion was seconded by Cllr Rich.

     

    The reasons given for approving the application, against the officer’s recommendations, were as follows:

    -       The Committee felt that the application was required for the safety of the applicant and his family. The Committee felt that by adding the condition of the application being a personal consent, this would avoid setting a precedent and affecting the character of the road.

     

    Votes on approving the application subject to it being granted as personal consent were recorded as follows

     

    For -                6

    Against -        0

    Abstain-         1

     

    The Committee therefore RESOLVED to APPROVE the application subject to application being granted as a personal consent.

     

    Conditions:

    1. The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans: 1054.4GAP OS, 1054a HC GA existing, 1054 D100, 1054a HC GA proposed.

     

    Reason: For the avoidance of doubt and in the interests of proper planning and so as to ensure that the development is carried out fully in accordance with the plans as assessed in accordance with Policies CS NPPF and CS1 of the Local Plan Core Strategy DPD (adopted September 2012) and Policy DM01 of the Local Plan Development Management Policies DPD (adopted September 2012).

     

    2.This development must be begun within three years from the date of this permission.

     

    Reason: To comply with Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.

     

    3. Within 2 months of the date when the premises cease to be occupied by Paul Eden and his family, the gates hereby permitted shall be removed and the land restored to its former condition.

     

    Reason: To ensure the character and appearance of the house and the Hampstead Garden Suburb Conservation Area are protected in accordance with policy DM06 of the Development Management Policies DPD (adopted September 2012).

     

    4. The materials to be used shall be as specified in the application documents.

     

    Reason: To safeguard the visual amenities of the building and surrounding area in accordance with Policy DM01 of the Development Management Policies DPD (adopted September 2012) and Policies CS NPPF and CS1 of the Local Plan Core Strategy (adopted September 2012).

     

     

     

9.

Any item(s) the Chairman decides are urgent