Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Is Key decision?: No
Is subject to call in?: No
The Assistant Director Planning – Community Development Services sought determination of a planning application for outline planning permission with some matters reserved (except for access) for the demolition of existing buildings and erection of up to 32 dwellings, with public open space, landscaping, and sustainable drainage system (SuDS) and vehicular access point from The Avenue at Prices Paving and Tiles Limited, The Manor House, Snape.
David Smith spoke objecting to the application.
John Duck spoke on behalf of Snape Parish Council supporting the application.
The applicant’s agent, Steven Hesmondhalgh, spoke in support of the application.
During consideration of the above application, the Committee discussed the following issues:-
· The proposed access arrangements, with the preferred option being the reduction in the pillar and that all avenues to bring this option forward be explored fully before the alternative is progressed.
a) planning permission be GRANTED subject to the conditions set out in section 12 of the report, as amended and the additional condition shown below.
b) a section 106 agreement be completed to ensure provision of affordable housing along with management of the Sustainable Drainage and Public Open Space as necessary.
A vote was taken and the motion was declared carried unanimously.
Condition 15: Prior to the commencement of development, a scheme for the delivery of improved sight lines at the junction of the application site and The Avenue shall be submitted to and agreed upon by the local planning authority. This will take the form of either the reduction of the pillar and wall to the west of the site access or a white lining solution that will improve the movement of the site junction northwards in order to achieve an improved level of site visibility. Thereafter the development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details.
Reason: In the interests of highway safety.
Condition 17: No demolition or construction for any phase of the development shall take place until a Construction Phase Management Plan for that phase relating to the programme of demolition and construction works has been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the Local Planning Authority. The approved Construction Phase Management Plan be adhered to throughout the construction period for the phase.
The plans shall include, but not be limited, to arrangements for the following in respect of each phase of the works:
(i) Protection of carriageway and footway users at all times during demolition and construction
(ii) Erection and maintenance of hoardings, including decorative displays, security fencing and scaffolding on/over the footway and carriageway and facilities for public viewing where appropriate
(iii) Protection of contractors working adjacent to the highway
(iv) Measures to manage the delivery of materials and plant to the site, including routing and timing of deliveries
(v) Loading and unloading of materials and plant
(vi) Storage of plant and materials used in constructing the development
(vii) Wheel washing facilities
(viii) Measures to control the emission of dust and dirt during construction
(ix) Storage of plant and materials used in constructing the development
(x) Removal of materials from site including a scheme for recycling/disposing of waste resulting from demolition and construction works
(xi) The protection of trees
(xii) The parking of contractors' site operatives and visitor's vehicles; and
(xiii) A program for the works
(xiv) Construction times on site including site deliveries
(xv) Management of surface water during construction
Reason: In the interest of public safety and amenity.
Publication date: 02/11/2023
Date of decision: 12/10/2023
Decided at meeting: 12/10/2023 - Richmond (Yorks) Area Constituency Planning Committee