Agenda and minutes

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

Contact: Abigail Lewis Email: abigail.lewis@barnet.gov.uk 020 8359 4369 

Note: Please note that the below agenda may not reflect the order in which items will be heard at the meeting. Two paper copies of the agenda only will be available at the meeting for members of the public. If needed, attendees are requested to print any specific agenda report(s). 

Items
No. Item

1.

MINUTES pdf icon PDF 31 KB

    Minutes:

    RESOLVED that the minutes of the meeting held on 17 October 2019, be agreed as a correct record.

2.

ABSENCE OF MEMBERS (IF ANY)

    Minutes:

    Councillor Sargeant, with Councillor Zubairi present as substitute.

3.

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

    Minutes:

    Councillor

    Declaration

    Simberg

    Agenda Item 8, Wise Lane – non pecuniary interest, as applicant was known to him.

    Zubairi

    Agenda item 6, 113 The Reddings – pecuniary interest, as a direct neighbour. Would leave the room during consideration of this item.

    Gordon

    Agenda item 9, 40 Broadhurst Avenue – pecuniary interest, as applicant a client of his. Would leave the room during consideration of this item.

     

4.

Report of the Monitoring Officer (If any)

    Minutes:

    None.

5.

Addendum (if applicable) pdf icon PDF 676 KB

    Minutes:

    Items contained within the addendum, would be dealt with under individual agenda items.

6.

113 The Reddings - TPF-0432-19 final pdf icon PDF 585 KB

    Minutes:

    The Chairman stated that he was referring this report to Main Planning Committee for consideration, in line with constitutional rules, due to its complexity and possible financial implications.

     

7.

49 Woodland Way - 19-3472-RCU pdf icon PDF 295 KB

    Minutes:

    The Committee received the report and addendum.

     

    Representations were heard from Kerrie O’Sullivan (Objector), Councillor Hart and the Applicant’s agent.

     

    The Committee voted on the Officer recommendation to approve the application as follows:

     

    FOR

    2

    AGAINST

    5

    ABSTAINED

    0

     

    It was moved by Councillor Richman and seconded by Councillor Bokaei that the application be refused for the following reasons:

     

    Loss of amenity in terms of neighbouring properties and excessive size.

    The Committee voted on the proposal to refuse the application as follows:

     

    FOR (REFUSAL)

    5

    AGAINST (REFUSAL)

    2

    ABSTAINED

    0

     

    RESOLVED that that the application be REFUSED for the reasons detailed above.

     

    </AI7>

    <AI8>

     

8.

90 Wise Lane - 19-4909-FUL pdf icon PDF 316 KB

    Minutes:

    Councillor Zubairi left the room for part of this item. Consequently, she did not partake in discussion or vote.

     

    The Committee received the report and addendum.

     

    Representations were heard from Richard Brett (in support) and the Applicant’s agent.

     

    The Committee voted on the Officer recommendation to refuse the application as follows:

     

     

     

     

    FOR (REFUSAL)

    0

    AGAINST (REFUSAL)

    5

    ABSTAINED

    1

     

    It was moved by Councillor Simberg and seconded by Councillor Fluss that the application be approved as it was in keeping with character and street scene and Council guidance.

     

    The vote was as follows:

     

    FOR (approval)

    5

    AGAINST (approval)

    0

    ABSTAINED

    1

     

     

     

    RESOLVED that the application be approved and the Committee grants delegated powers to the Service Director – Planning and Building Control or Head of Strategic Planning to outline and implement the conditions for approval.

     

    </AI8>

    <AI9>

     

9.

40 Broadhurst Avenue - 19-3865-HSE pdf icon PDF 411 KB

    Minutes:

    The Chairman stood down for this item due to his earlier declaration and the Vice-Chairman chaired the meeting for this item.

     

    The Committee received the report.

     

    A representation was heard from the Applicant’s agent.

     

    The Committee voted on the Officer recommendation to refuse the application as follows:

     

    FOR (REFUSAL)

    2

    AGAINST(REFUSAL)

    4

    ABSTAINED

    0

     

    It was proposed by Councillor Simberg and seconded by Councillor Richman that the application be approved as it did not contravene the character of the area and the design was not excessive.

     

    FOR (APPROVAL)

    4

    AGAINST (APPROVAL)

    2

    ABSTAINED

    0

     

     

    RESOLVED that the application be approved for the reasons outlined above and the conditions as set out on pages 48-49  of the agenda under point 8 (List of Conditions in Case of Appeal – Without Prejudice).

     

     

     

     

     

    </AI9>

    <AI10>

     

10.

Pillar Chapel - 19-2674-S73 pdf icon PDF 342 KB

    Minutes:

    The Committee received the report.

     

    Representations were heard from James Gibson (Objector), Mark Skelton (Objector) and the Applicant’s agent.

     

    The Chairman moved that due to the lack of clarity on this application, it be deferred. This was seconded by Councillor Simberg.

     

     

    FOR (DEFERRAL)

    7

    AGAINST (DEFERRAL)

    0

    ABSATINED

    0

     

    RESOLVED that the application be deferred for the reason outlined above.

     

11.

Rear of 4 Rundell Crescent - 19-4055-FUL pdf icon PDF 413 KB

    Minutes:

    The Committee received the report.

     

    Representations were heard from Jee Rewani (Objector) and the Applicant’s agent.

     

    The Committee voted on the Officer recommendation to approve the application as follows:

     

     

    FOR

    2

    AGAINST

    2

    ABSTAINED

    3

     

    The Chairman chose not to use his casting vote and moved that the application be deferred for reconsideration at a future meeting of the Committee. This was seconded by Councillor Naqvi.

     

    The Committee voted on the proposal to defer the application as follows:

     

    FOR (DEFERRAL)

    5

    AGAINST (DEFERRAL)

    2

    ABSTAINED

    0

     

    RESOLVED that the application be deferred for re-consideration at a future meeting.

     

12.

21 Sevington Road - 19-4565-RCU pdf icon PDF 291 KB

    Minutes:

    The Committee received the report.

     

    A representation was heard from the Applicant.

     

     

     

    The Committee voted on the Officer recommendation to approve the application:

     

    FOR

    6

    AGAINST

    1

    ABSATINED

    0

     

     

    RESOLVED that the application be approved, subject to conditions detailed in the report AND the Committee grants delegated authority to the Service Director – Planning and Building Control or Head of Strategic Planning to make any minor alterations, additions or deletions to the recommended conditions/obligations as set out in this report and addendum provided this authority shall be exercised after consultation with the Chairman (or in his absence the Vice- Chairman) of the Committee (who may request that such alterations, additions or deletions be first approved by the Committee).

     

     

13.

41 Montagu Road - 19-4775-FUL pdf icon PDF 338 KB

    Minutes:

    The Committee received the report and addendum.

     

    A representation was heard from the applicant’s agent.

     

    The Committee voted on the Officer recommendation to approve:

     

    FOR

    7

    AGAINST

    0

    ABSTAINED

    0

     

    RESOLVED that the application be approved, subject to the conditions in the report  AND the Committee grants delegated authority to the Service Director – Planning and Building Control or Head of Strategic Planning to make any minor alterations, additions or deletions to the recommended conditions/obligations as set out in this report and addendum provided this authority shall be exercised after consultation with the Chairman (or in his absence the Vice- Chairman) of the Committee (who may request that such alterations, additions or deletions be first approved by the Committee).

     

14.

24 Sydney Grove - 19-4683-FUL pdf icon PDF 350 KB

    Minutes:

    The Committee received the report.

     

    Representations were heard from Danielle St Pierre (Objector) and the Applicant’s agent.

     

     

    RESOLVED that the application be approved, subject to the conditions detailed in the report AND the Committee grants delegated authority to the Service Director – Planning and Building Control or Head of Strategic Planning to make any minor alterations, additions or deletions to the recommended conditions/obligations as set out in this report and addendum provided this authority shall be exercised after consultation with the Chairman (or in his absence the Vice- Chairman) of the Committee (who may request that such alterations, additions or deletions be first approved by the Committee).

     

    FOR

    4

    AGAINST

    0

    ABSTAINED

    3

     

     

15.

Any Item(s) the Chairman decides are urgent

    Minutes:

    The Chairman declared the following item as urgent:

     

    Transport for Site Visits

     

    The Chairman, supported by other Members of the Committee, stated their dissatisfaction at the late arrival of the transport for the site visits this week, with lateness becoming a recurring theme for site visits.

     

    RESOLVED that the Chairman in consultation with Officers writes to the transport provider(s) and if it’s established that transport is provided by one company, then the possibility of terminating the contract be explored.