Report of the Assistant Director Planning – Community Development Services.
22/04866/FUL – Formation of Car Park and Landscaping Scheme at Jubilee Court, Abacus House, Wath Lane, Copgrove, HG3 3TB on Behalf of Abacus Properties Ltd
APPLICATION NO.: 6.69.34.H.FUL
Jubilee Court, Abacus House, Wath Lane, Copgrove, HG3 3TB
APPLICANT: Abacus Properties Ltd
The Assistant Director Planning – Community Development Services sought determination of a planning application for the formation of a car park to the north eastern section of Jubilee Court, Wath Lane.
The decision –
That planning permission be GRANTED subject to the conditions listed below:-
1 The development hereby permitted shall be begun on or before 25.04.2026.
2 The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in strict accordance with the following details and plans:
Location Plan with Existing and Proposed Site Plan; drawing no. 2021 218 401 Rev C. Proposed Site Sections; drwg no. 2021 218 403 Rev B, received 20.12.2022.
3 Prior to its installation, details of any external lighting must be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Development shall be carried out in accordance with the agreed details.
4 A detailed landscaping scheme shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority in relation to the development hereby permitted. The approved planting scheme shall be fully implemented within the first planting season after this permission is granted and shall thereafter be protected, maintained and managed in accordance with the approved details.
5 Pursuant to condition 4, if within a period of 10 years from the date of completion of the landscaping scheme pursuant to condition 4, any tree, hedge or shrubs are felled, removed, uprooted, destroyed or dies, or becomes, in the opinion of the Local Planning Authority, seriously damaged, diseased or defective, it/they shall be replaced by planting as originally approved, unless the Local Planning Authority gives its written approval to any variation. This replacement planting shall be undertaken before the end of the first available planting season (October to March inclusive for bare root plants), following the removal, uprooting, destruction or death of the original trees or plants.
6 The use hereby approved including noise generating activities (such as using of machinery, deliveries, dispatches, unloading, loading and other vehicle movements outside) shall not be operated before 0800 hours or after 1800 Monday to Friday and before 0800 hours or after 1300 hours Saturday and not at all on Sundays and Public Holidays.
7 The vehicular layout must be maintained in accordance with the following drawings and all HGV manoeuvring space kept clear of obstructions all times:
2019 184 Drawing 105 - Proposed Site Plan (Overall Site) provided by AMG Architectural.
Drawing 22102ATR/01 Revision A - HGV Swept Path Analysis provided by Optima Intelligent Highway Solutions, received 01.03.2023.
2019 184 Drawing 500 Revision D - Site Plan Floor Plan and Elevations Site Location Plan provided by AMG Architectural, received 09.03.2023.
This consent relates only to the car parking and landscaping scheme.
Reasons for Conditions:-
1 To ensure compliance with Sections 91-94 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.
2 For the avoidance of doubt and in the interests of proper planning.
3 In the interest of safeguarding amenity and protected species.
4 In the interests of the visual amenity within the open countryside in accordance with policies HP3 and NE4.
5 In the interests of the visual amenity within the open countryside in accordance with policies HP3 and NE4.
6 In the interest of safeguarding residential amenity.
7 To provide for adequate and satisfactory provision manoeuvrability for vehicles on site, in the interest of safety and the general amenity of the development.
Alex Green spoke on behalf of the applicant in support of the application.
The recommendation that ‘planning permission be granted subject to conditions’ was moved and seconded. On a vote being taken, six Members voted for the motion and there was one abstention.