Councillors and committees

Agenda item

Planning Applications

To consider planning applications:

 

18/10144/FUL - Address:    46 (Rescue House) Oakcroft Road, Chessington, KT9 1RH

 

18/10299/FUL - Address:    Land at Maypole Motors, Vale Road South, Surbiton, KT6 5AQ

 

 

Decision:

Planning Application

 

RESOLVED that the following applications for planning permission are permitted:

 

1.    18/10144 46

 

(Rescue House) Oakcroft Road, Chessington, KT9 1RH

 

Variation of Condition 17 (Permitted Hours for Traffic Movements) of Planning Permission 96/2114/FUL (Erection of 5 industrial/warehouse units, car parking and servicing) to allow occasional movement of vehicles on land adjoining the premises and erection of a 3.2m high timber acoustic fence along part of the boundary.

 

 

2.    A2 18/10299

 

Land at Maypole Motors, Vale Road South, Surbiton, KT6 5AQ

 

Demolition of existing buildings and erection of 9 x 3 bed houses with associated parking, landscape and amenity space.

 

 

Minutes:

A summary of the reasons for granting permission and of any relevant development plan policies and proposals is included in the report of the Head of Planning and Regeneration on each application where permission is recommended.  Permitted applications are subject to the conditions, informatives and other requirements set out in the report, together with any other details on late responses to consultations or comments received since the agenda was printed, revised drawings circulated at the meeting and amended recommendations, additional conditions and informatives set out below.

 

Under the arrangements for speaking on planning applications, objectors and a supporter spoke on the applications as follows:

·         18/10144/FUL: 46 (Rescue House) Oakcroft Road, Chessington, KT9 1RH

Mr James Berry spoke as an objector to the application.

·         18/10299/FUL: Land at Maypole Motors, Vale Road South, Surbiton, KT6 5AQ

Ms Norma McLelland spoke as an objector to the application.

Mr James Finn (applicant’s agent) spoke in support of the application.

 

RESOLVED that the following applications for planning permission are permitted as indicated:

 

62.1    18/10144/FUL: 46 (Rescue House) Oakcroft Road, Chessington, KT9 1RH

For the temporary period of one year, variation of Condition 17 (Permitted Hours for Traffic Movements) of Planning Permission 96/2114/FUL (Erection of 5 industrial/warehouse units, car parking and servicing) to allow occasional movement of vehicles on land adjoining the premises and erection of a 3.2m high timber acoustic fence along part of the boundary.

 

PERMIT, subject to amendment of Condition 17 as shown in italics below:

17. (i) The buildings shall not be used for the purposes hereby permitted after the hours of 8:00pm Monday to Saturday and shall not reopen until 7:00am on any day. The buildings shall not be used at any time on Sundays and Bank Holidays.

(ii) Apart from in the exceptional circumstances listed below, vehicle movements on the site shall not take place after the hours of 8:00pm
Monday to Saturday and shall not occur again until 7:00am on any day. Vehicle movements shall not take place at any time on Sundays and Bank Holidays. An exceptional circumstance is where a vehicle must enter the land in order to be removed from the public highway for road traffic and safety reasons, and such exceptional circumstances are not to exceed seven times a month.  In order that the exceptional occurrences can be monitored, the applicant will provide on the request of the local authority access to the records which the applicant maintains to record these exceptional occurrences per month.

 

Reason: To safeguard the amenities of the occupiers of nearby dwellings.

 

[The Committee requested to receive a report back on any application to renew this variation after 12 months]

 

Voting:

For: 4 Members (Councillors Dennis Goodship, Andreas Kirsch, Thay Thayalan and Margaret Thompson)

Abstaining: 2 Members (Councillors Stephanie Archer and Sharon Young)


 

62.2    18/10299/FUL: Land at Maypole Motors, Vale Road South, Surbiton, KT6 5AQ

Demolition of existing buildings and erection of 9 x 3 bed houses with associated parking, landscape and amenity space.

With reference to Late Material which had been circulated prior to the meeting referring to the Environment Agency's comments on flood risk, the Planning Officer provided a verbal update that an additional condition would be added (this is set out below as Condition 23).

PERMIT subject to the inclusion of additional Conditions as follows:

 

23. Prior to commencement of any development on site, and notwithstanding the details submitted, a Flood Risk Assessment (FRA) shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The development shall only be implemented in accordance with the details and measures approved as part of the FRA. This submission shall address the objections raised by the Environment Agency by:

 

(a) Demonstrating that the development will not increase the risk of flooding elsewhere and where possible reduce flood risk overall;

(b) Demonstrate how acceptable flood compensation can be achieved; and

(c) Suitably raise the finished floor levels above the required design level

 

Reason: To mitigate against potential flood risk in accordance with Policy DM4 (Water Management and Flood Risk) of the LDF Core Strategy Adopted April 2012.

 

24. Prior to beneficial occupation of the development hereby permitted, a Fire Risk Strategy shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

 

Reason: To ensure that the functioning of the development is satisfactory in accordance with Policy DM10 (Design Requirements for New Developments including House Extensions) of the LDF Core Strategy Adopted April 2012.

 

Voting - unanimous

 

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