Agenda and minutes

Venue: Hendon Town Hall, The Burroughs, London NW4 4BG

Contact: Faith Mwende Email: faith.mwende@barnet.gov.uk 020 8359 4917 

Items
No. Item

1.

MINUTES pdf icon PDF 56 KB

2.

ABSENCE OF MEMBERS (IF ANY)

3.

DECLARATION OF MEMBERS' DISCLOSABLE PECUNIARY INTERESTS AND NON PECUNIARY INTERESTS (IF ANY)

    Minutes:

    All Councillors declared a non-pecuniary interest in agenda item 10, relating to Spectrum House Hillview Gardens, as the agent Joe Henry, was well known to the Councillors.

     

    Councillor Rayner declared a pecuniary interest in agenda item 10, relating to Spectrum House Hillview Gardens as he his business has dealings with the agent, Joe Henry. 

     

    Councillor Rayner, having declared an interest withdrew from the meeting during debate and determination of the item and did not take part in the vote.

4.

Report of the Monitoring Officer (If any)

5.

Planning Enforcement Quarterly Update - April 2017 to June 2017 pdf icon PDF 289 KB

    Minutes:

    The Planning Officer introduced the report.

     

    Following discussion of the item, the Chairman moved to the recommendation in the cover report, which was to note the Planning Enforcement Quarterly Update for the period of April 2017 to June 2017.

     

    Votes were recorded as follows:

     

    For

    6

    Against

    0

    Abstain

    0

     

    The committee therefore RESOLVED to NOTE the Planning Enforcement Quarterly Update for the period of April 2017 to June 2017.

6.

Addendum (if applicable) pdf icon PDF 51 KB

7.

141 Bell Lane, London, NW4 2AP - 17/1794/FUL pdf icon PDF 450 KB

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    The Planning Officer introduced the report and addendum, which related to 141 Bell Lane.

     

    An oral representation was made by the applicant, John Evans.

     

    Following discussion of the item, the Councillor Farrier moved a motion to defer the application in order to clarify the measurements on the plan. The motion was seconded by the Councillor Rayner.

     

    The votes for the motion to defer the item were recorded as follows:

     

    For

    6

    Against

    0

    Abstain

    0

     

    The Committee therefore RESOLVED to DEFER the item to a future meeting

8.

Middlesex University, The Burroughs, NW4 4BT - 17/2701/S73 pdf icon PDF 384 KB

    Minutes:

    The Planning Officer introduced the application, which related to Middlesex University, The Burroughs.

     

    An oral representation in objection to the application was heard from Alexander Fischbaum.

     

    An oral representation was made by a representative of the applicant, Mr Parker.

     

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

     

    The votes were recorded as follows:

     

    For

    0

    Against

    6

    Abstain

    0

     

    As a consequence of the above vote, a new motion was moved and duly seconded to REFUSE the application for the following reasons:

     

    The floodlighting, by reason of the lighting levels and proposed additional hour of use, would, through prolonged light and noise pollution have an unacceptable impact on the visual and residential amenities of neighbouring occupiers and would be contrary to policy DM01 of the Development Management Policies DPD (adopted September 2012), CS5 of the Local Plan Core Strategy (Adopted version) 2012 and Residential Design Guidance SPD (adopted April 2013).

     

    Votes were recorded as follows:

     

    For

    6

    Against

    0

    Abstain

    0

     

    The Committee therefore RESOLVED to REFUSE the application which overturned the officer recommendation for the reasons above.

9.

97 - 101 Brent Street London NW4 2DY - 17/1372/FUL pdf icon PDF 182 KB

    Minutes:

    The Planning Officer introduced the report and addendum, which related to 97 - 101 Brent Street.

     

    An oral representation was made by a representative of the applicant, Simon Bimbaun.

     

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

     

    The votes were recorded as follows:

     

    For

    5

    Against

    1

    Abstain

    0

     

    The Committee therefore RESOLVED to REFUSE the application as per the officer’s report.

     

10.

Spectrum House Hillview Gardens London NW4 2JR - 17/2261/FUL pdf icon PDF 532 KB

    Minutes:

    Councillor Rayner having declared an interest left the room and did not vote on this item.

     

    The Planning Officer introduced the application, which related to Spectrum House Hillview Gardens.

     

    Oral representations in objection to the application were heard from Stefan Bialoguski and Renata Sieps.

     

    An oral representation was made by a representative of the applicant, Joe Henry.

     

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

     

    The votes were recorded as follows:

     

    For

    1

    Against

    4

    Abstain

    0

     

    As a consequence of the above vote, Councillor Farrier moved a new motion that was seconded by Councillor Slocombe to REFUSE the application for the following reasons:

     

    The proposed development by virtue of its size, scale, bulk and massing including its proximity to the rear boundary with Albert Road and overall intensification of the site would give rise to an overdevelopment of the site, harmful to the visual amenities of the site and surroundings and also to the residential amenity of adjoining occupiers in Albert Road and Hillview Gardens. As such, the proposed development would be contrary to policies DM01 and DM02 of the Adopted Local Plan Development Management Policies DPD (2012) and policies CS1 and CS NPPF of the Adopted Local Plan Core Strategy (2012).

     

    The votes were recorded as follows:

     

    For

    4

    Against

    1

    Abstain

    0

     

    The Committee therefore RESOLVED to REFUSE the application which overturned the officer recommendation for the reasons above.

11.

47 Hale Lane - 17/2074/HSE pdf icon PDF 116 KB

    Minutes:

    The Planning Officer introduced the report and addendum, which related to 47 Hale Lane.

     

    An oral representation was made by a representative of the applicant, Matthew Wood.

     

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

     

    The votes were recorded as follows:

     

    For

    6

    Against

    0

    Abstain

    0

     

     

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

12.

Any Item(s) the Chairman decides are urgent