Meeting: Planning Committee
Meeting Date: Monday 8th April 2024 at 6 pm
Meeting Venue: Lower Council Chamber, Council Offices

Public seating will be available. The meeting will be broadcast via Zoom to enable remote public viewing and participation and a video stream will also be broadcast to Facebook. To join the meeting via Zoom, visit https://bit.ly/KTC-Meeting  or use meeting ID 821 0560 5574 and password KTC-456189.

1 APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

To receive apologies for absence; apologies should be submitted to the Planning and Facilities Officer in advance of the meeting.

 

2 DECLARATIONS OF MEMBERS’ INTERESTS

To receive declarations of personal, prejudicial, and pecuniary interests from members relevant to items under discussion at the meeting.

 

3 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

A period of up to 15 minutes for members of the public to ask questions or submit comments.

 

4 CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES

To receive and confirm the minutes of the meeting held 11th March 2024

Attachment – Minutes of the meeting held 11th March 2024

 

518/3672M – TATTON BLUEBELL VILLAGE

To consider a response to revised documents for application 18/3872M – Tatton Bluebell Village, Land East of Manchester Road – Outline application.

 

6 PLANNING APPLICATIONS

To review the latest planning applications.

 

24/0890M 23 Delmar Road Proposed single storey rear extension and part garage conversion D1 – Design Guide

D2 – Local Distinctiveness

H3 – Residential Extensions and Conversions

T4 – Parking

 

24/0847M 138 Mobberley Road Existing semi detached dwelling house proposing front porch, double storey side extension, single storey side porch extension, single storey rear extension, rear timber canopy and garage conversion. D1 – Design Guide

D2 – Local Distinctiveness

D4 – Sustainable Residential Design

H3 – Residential Extensions and Conversions

T4 – Parking

 

24/0774D Cornbrook, Legh Road Discharge of conditions 3 and 4 of existing permission 23/4629M, Single storey rear/side extension and associated internal alterations. D1 – Design Guide

D2 – Local Distinctiveness

HE3 – Conservation Areas

 

24/1008M 8 Forester Avenue Proposed partial garage conversion, first floor side extension above the garage, first floor front extension above the porch, single storey rear/side extensions and associated internal alterations. D1 – Design Guide

D2 – Local Distinctiveness

H3 – Residential Extensions and Conversions

T4 – Parking

 

24/1010M 26 Grassfield Way Proposed single storey extension to the rear of the property D1 – Design Guide

D2 – Local Distinctiveness

H3 – Residential Extensions and Conversions

T4 – Parking

 

24/1020M 59 King Street Aluminium fascia panel to be decorated in Core blue to match 282C. External shop-front (including panelling and pilasters), door, side door and window frames to be painted in dark grey to match RAL 7026. D1 – Design Guide

D2 – Local Distinctiveness

ER3 – Shop Frontages

HE2 – Heritage Assets

HE3 – Conservation Areas

TC4 – Active Frontages within the Town Centre

24/1063M The Willows, Chelford Road First floor side extension D1 – Design Guide

D2 – Local Distinctiveness

H3 – Residential Extensions and Conversions

 

24/1038M 27 Mardon Close Two storey side extension & single storey rear extension. (no case officer or plans on as of 22/03/24) D1 – Design Guide

D2 – Local Distinctiveness

H3 – Residential Extensions and Conversions

T4 – Parking

 

24/1043M Windrush, Tabley Road Proposed alteration and extension of Windrush to form two separate dwellings with garage and driveways D1 – Design Guide

D2 – Local Distinctiveness

D3 – Landscape in New Development

D4 – Sustainable Residential Design

H1 – Housing Mix

H2 – Previously Developed and Infill Development

H3 – Residential Extensions and Conversions

SL1 – Open Space in New Developments

T4 – Parking

 

24/1062M

 

Green Bank, St Johns Road Alteration to garage and utility room, to include an additional door and window on the front elevation and additional window on the rear elevation of the utility room D1 – Design Guide

D2 – Local Distinctiveness

H3 – Residential Extensions and Conversions

T4 – Parking

 

24/1036M 14 Carrwood First floor side extension and garden building D1 – Design Guide

D2 – Local Distinctiveness

ER1 – Employment Development

H3 – Residential Extensions and Conversions

T4 – Parking

 

24/1023D Oakhurst, Toft Road Discharge of condition 7 of existing permission 23/3519M; The erection of one dwelling with detached garage and associated access and landscaping D1 – Design Guide

D4 – Sustainable Residential Design

 

 

7 TREE WORKS APPLICATIONS

To review the latest tree applications.

 

24/0771T 3 St Johns Road Section 211 notice:

1. Conifer – Reduce top by 2m 2. Conifer – Reduce top by 1.5m

24/0896T Unitarian Chapel, Adams Hill Section 211 notice:

There are 2 trees in question, an oak tree and a common lime tree. Both are situated in the rear grounds of Brook Street Chapel. Our neighbours’ x 5, who live in Grove Park, at NO’s 40, 42,44,46,48 have requested that that branches from both trees which overhang their respective gardens be cut back to the fence line, bordering the Chapel grounds. The branches are at an estimated height of between 5—15 metres , and overhang the gardens by an estimated 5–10 metres. They also ask that any dead branches, caused by squirrels stripping the bark, on their side of the fence line can be removed. They also ask if the canopy of both trees can be reduced. The trees are not subject to a TPO, but are in a conservation area.

24/0931T Whitehorn, Chelford Road Section 211 notice:

Tree no1 Allan James has looked at this Silver Birch and confirmed that it need felling. It has become overgrown by three adjacent lelandi.it has no leaves on it and is long and straggly. Tree no 2 This Horse Chestnut has become diseased at the bottom of the main trunk. Allan James has also looked at this tree and confirmed that it is dangerous and needs to be felled

24/0917T Oakhurst Cottage, Toft Road Section 211 notice:

T1 Oak – Fell

24/1040T 9 Goughs Lane, Section 211 notice:

Proposed tree work at above address (see sketch attached) – Note some trees are in the vicarage garden (No11) and permission for this work, subject to Council approval, has been granted by the vicar and the Diocese of Chester T1 Laburnum (Structural cracks and worsening lean) – Fell to low stump. T2 Robinia (Basal surface decay, structural splits in branch unions and about one third of the crown dead) – Fell to low stump (tidy collateral damage to Holly due to Robinia removal) T3 Neighbour’s Double-stemmed Holly (problematic if retained) – Fell to low stump. T4 Neighbour’s Birch – Reduce crown overhang by 1.5 to 3m. T5 Neighbour’s Birch – Reduce crown overhang by 1.5 to 3m. T6 Neighbour’s Birch – Reduce crown overhang by 1.5 to 3m. T7 Holly – Hedge back to boundary T8 Ivy-clad small Robinia (no viable future) – Fell to low stump. T9 Cypress – Reduce height by 2.5 to 3.5m T10 Oak (Branch on roadside close to potential damage from high sided vehicles with evidence of previous damage) – Reduce roadside branch by 2 to 4m.

24/1068T Old Court House, Chelford Road Section 211 notice:

Cut down 3 Conifers (purple cross on sketch plan) due to being outsize replace with 3 small Conifers.

24/1049T 35 Goughs Lane Works to Protected Trees

T1 – Cypress (on the corner of the drive) Reduce in height by 40%. Due to extensive damage to the drive surface.

 

8 PLANNING DECISIONS

To review the latest planning decisions.

Attachment – Planning Decisions Report 28/03/24

 

9 LOBBYING FOR SUPPORTING INFORMATION TO LICENSING APPLICATIONS

To consider efforts to secure supporting information when considering licensing applications.

Attachment – Report PL-23-11 Lobbying for supporting information to Licensing Applications

 

10 OUTSTANDING MATTERS LOG

To review the outstanding planning matters.

Attachment – Outstanding Matters Log

 

11 PLANNING ENFORCEMENT LOG

To review planning issues.

Attachment – Planning Enforcement Report – April 2024

 

12 DATE OF THE NEXT MEETING

The next meeting will be held on Monday 29th April 2024