Agenda, decisions and minutes

Development Control Committee
Thursday, 23rd July, 2020 14:00

Venue: Remotely via Skype for Business

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377.

Declarations of Interest

To receive declarations of personal and prejudicial interest (if any) from Members/Officers including those who are also Town and Community Councillors, in accordance with the provisions of the Members’ Code of Conduct adopted by Council from 1 September 2008. Members having such dual roles should declare a personal interest in respect of their membership of such Town/Community Council and a prejudicial interest if they have taken part in the consideration of an item at that Town/Community Council contained in the Officer’s Reports below.

 

 

Minutes:

Councillors S Dendy and R Stirman declared a prejudicial interest in Agenda item 7 and left the meeting whilst this report was being debated. They returned after the Committee had made a decision upon the application.

 

Both Members exercised their right to speak on the item for three minutes in accordance with the Committee Member/public speaking rules and protocols, prior to leaving the meeting.

378.

Approval of Minutes pdf icon PDF 66 KB

To receive for approval the minutes of the 5/6/2020 

 

Minutes:

RESOLVED:                      That the minutes of a meeting of the Development Control Committee dated 5 June 2020, be approved as a true and accurate record.

379.

Public Speakers

To advise Members of the names of the public speakers listed to speak at today’s meeting (if any).

 

Minutes:

No members of the public had registered to speak at today’s meeting.

380.

Amendment Sheet pdf icon PDF 15 KB

That the Chairperson accepts the Development Control Committee Amendment Sheet as an urgent item in accordance with Part 4 (paragraph 4) of the Council Procedure Rules, in order to allow for Committee to consider necessary modifications to the Committee Report, so as to take account of late representations and revisions that require to be accommodated.

 

 

Minutes:

RESOLVED:                      The Chairperson accepted the Development Control Committee Amendment Sheet as an urgent item in accordance with Part 4 (paragraph 4) of the Council Procedure Rules, in order to allow for the Committee to consider necessary modifications to the Committee report, so as to take account of late representations and revisions that are required to be accommodated.

381.

Development Control Committee Guidance pdf icon PDF 81 KB

Minutes:

RESOLVED:                       That the summary of Development Control Committee Guidance as detailed in the report of the Corporate Director - Communities be noted.

382.

P/19/895/RLX - Ocean Farm, off David Street, Blaengarw pdf icon PDF 111 KB

Minutes:

RESOLVED:                      That the above application be deferred for a full Committee site inspection.

 

Proposal

 

Remove condition 1 of P/16/989/RLX to enable permanent use for dog breeding.

 

383.

P/19/624/FUL - Parcel R20, Parc Derwen, Coity pdf icon PDF 749 KB

Minutes:

RESOLVED:                    That the above application be deferred in order that the applicant may provide an assessment of open space on the Parc Derwen site and to agree the wording of the Grampian condition.

 

Note:

 

Subject to an added condition being attached to any future consent, requiring the adjoining play area to be completed before 50 houses are occupied at the development.

 

Proposal

 

Construction of 102 dwellings together with associated infrastructure

and landscaping.

 

384.

P/19/656/RES - Land North of Heol Stradling, Parc Derwen, Coity, CF35 6AN pdf icon PDF 386 KB

Minutes:

RESOLVED:      (1)   That having regard to the above application, the applicant be required to enter into a Section 106 Agreement, to provide:

 

(i.) a minimum of 20% of the units as affordable housing consisting of 14 social rented units on the site subject of this application site and 7 intermediate units as part of R20 (P/19/624/FUL refers). The Agreement will include a timeframe for delivery that will be concomitant to the construction of the market housing on Phase R20.

(ii.) a financial contribution of £24,000.00 (and not £8,000.00 as detailed in the report), for a 20mph Traffic Order (within the parcel) to cover the cost of publication of the Order prior to the granting of any consent.

(iii.) a Management Plan detailing a scheme for the future management and maintenance of the car parking and communal service areas on the District Centre Development (P/19/656/RES refers) to be submitted by the applicant company.

 

                     (2)    The Group Manager – Planning and Development Services be given delegated powers to issue a decision notice granting consent in respect of this proposal once the applicant has entered into the aforementioned Section 106 Agreement, subject to the conditions contained in the report of the Corporate Director – Communities.

 

Proposal

 

Reserved Matters for the construction of 2 blocks containing 7 retail

units and 16 flats above with 4 dwellings and parking and associated

infrastructure.

 

Note:

 

Persimmon Homes have indicated their intention is to commence preparatory works on this district centre in the forthcoming months. A number of the recommended conditions require various schemes to be approved prior to development commencing. Whilst the requirements of

the conditions have not been formally challenged, the development company have requested that wording of the conditions be revised.

 

The following conditions in the report have therefore been amended accordingly:

 

2 – Materials of construction; 3 – Landscaping; 9 – Waiting and Loading Restrictions; 10 – traffic calming; 11 – Junction Markings; 14, 15 & 16 – Active Travel Routes; 18 & 22 – car parking; 19 & 23 – cycle parking; 24 & 25 Service Delivery Management Plans;

 

Amending the wording of the conditions does not compromise the Local Planning Authority’s ability to manage this development.

 

The following condition should also be amended:

 

5. Notwithstanding the details submitted on drawings Ground and First Floor Plans CPT- 281 – PL – ALPHA 02 Rev F, Second Floor and Roof Plan CPT-281 – PL – ALPHA 03 Rev E, Elevations and Sections - CPT-281 – PL – ALPHA 04 Rev F, and prior to the development being brought into beneficial use, the first floor windows on the southern elevation of Alpha Block facing Llys Ceirios shall be fitted with fixed pane obscure glazing (minimum of level 5 on the Pilkington index of obscurity) and shall thereafter be retained in perpetuity.

 

Reason: In the interests of privacy and residential amenities.

 

385.

P/19/464/FUL - Land Adj. to Former Three Horseshoes Public House, Lamb Row, South Cornelly, CF33 4RL pdf icon PDF 669 KB

Minutes:

RESOLVED:                    That the application be granted subject to the conditions contained in the report of the Corporate Director – Communities.

 

Proposal

 

Erection of one detached dwelling.

 

386.

P/20/301/FUL - 66 Grove Road, Bridgend, CF31 3EF pdf icon PDF 195 KB

Minutes:

RESOLVED:              That the above application be granted subject to the conditions contained in the report of the Corporate Director – Communities.

 

Proposal

 

Change of use from dwellinghouse (use class C3(a)) to the residential

care of 2 children (use class C2).

 

387.

P/20/299/FUL - 10 Woodside Avenue, Litchard, CF31 1QF pdf icon PDF 159 KB

Minutes:

RESOLVED:             That the above application be granted subject to the conditions contained in the report of the Corporate Director – Communities.

 

Proposal

 

Change of use from dwellinghouse (use class C3(a)) to the residential

care of 2 children (use class C2).

 

388.

P/20/307/BCB - Land off Isfryn Industrial Estate (access from A4093),Blackmill, Bridgend, CF35 6EQ pdf icon PDF 234 KB

Minutes:

RESOLVED:             That for the purposes of Regulation 4 of the Town and Country Planning Regulations 1992, the above application be granted subject to the conditions contained in the report of the Corporate Director – Communities.

 

Proposal

 

Construction of a new Welsh Medium Childcare Facility.

 

389.

P/20/63/FUL - Rear of 20 Rest Bay Close, Porthcawl, CF36 3UN pdf icon PDF 302 KB

Minutes:

RESOLVED:               That the above application be granted subject to the conditions contained in the report of the Corporate Director – Communities.

 

Proposal

 

Construction of new elevated deck area to rear.

390.

Appeals pdf icon PDF 785 KB

Minutes:

RESOLVED:            (1)      That the Appeals received as listed in the report of the Corporate Director – Communities, be noted.

 

                                     (2)       The Appeals Decisions noted by the Committee, are as follows:-

 

(a)   A/19/3239745 (1877) - Retention Of The Use Of Land For The Stationing Of One Static Residential Gypsy Caravan Together With The Erection Of A Day/Utility Room, One Touring Caravan And Car Parking: The Yard, Rogers Lane, Cefn Cribwr  - Appeal Withdrawn.

(b)   A/19/3239745 (1878) - Unauthorised Use For Caravan Storage the Yard, Rogers Lane, Cefn   Cribwr – Appeal Withdrawn.

(c)     A/19/3240278 (1881) - Retention Of Steel Container (Used For A Food Delivery Business) For A Temporary Period West Winds, Priory Oak, Brackla – Appeal Dismissed by Welsh Ministers.

(d)   E/20/3244575 (1884) - Conservation Area Consent For The Removal Of A 1.5m High Wall Tan Y Bryn, Dinam Street, Nantymoel – Appeal Dismissed by Welsh Ministers.

(e)   E/20/3245217 (1885) - Removal Of A 1.5m High Wall, Create Parking Area With 2m High Wooden Gates And Drop Kerb, Tan Y Bryn, Dinam Street, Nantymoel – Appeal Dismissed by Welsh Ministers.

 

(f)     C/20/3244105 (1883) - Property In State Of Disrepair, 2 Ewenny Road, Bridgend – Appeal Quashed by Welsh Ministers in terms of the Enforcement Notice.

 

391.

Training Log pdf icon PDF 3 KB

Minutes:

RESOLVED:                      That the report of the Corporate Director – Communities outlining the above be noted.

 

The Group Manager – Planning and Development Services reminded Members that a report on the Delivery Agreement in respect of the Local Delivery Plan (LDP) would be presented to Committee at its next meeting in August.

 

392.

Urgent Items

To consider any other item(s) of business in respect of which notice has been given in accordance with Part 4 (paragraph 4) of the Council Procedure Rules and which the person presiding at the meeting is of the opinion should by reason of special circumstances be transacted at the meeting as a matter of urgency.

 

Minutes:

None.