27 June 2017 – Agenda

SUMMONS TO ATTEND A MEETING OF PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE

TO:All Members of the Planning and Environment Committee
Cllrs B Austin, D Bretherton (Deputy Chairman), P Cowell, M Deacock, D Dodds,H Fickling (Chairman), C Jones, A Midwinter and M Stiles      Ex Officio (Voting) Members – T Wyse (Town Mayor) and L Emery (Deputy Mayor)

To:            All other Members for information

VENUE: Upper Chamber, Thame Town Hall 

DATE:    Tuesday 27 June 2017

TIME:     6.30 pm (maximum one hour)

 

Graham Hunt

Clerk of the Council

Date: 21 June 2017

 

A G E N D A 

1.Apologies for Absence

2.Declarations of Interest and Dispensations

To notify of any items that appear in the agenda in which there may be an interest that has not been recorded in the Member’s Register of Interest; and confirmation of any relevant dispensations.

3. Public Participation and Public Questions

To consider applications from members of the public to address the Committee (5 minutes maximum), in respect of any item of business included in the agenda.  Applications to speak must have been received by the Town Clerk no later than 5pm on the last working day preceding the meeting.

To consider questions from members of the public (who live, work or run a business in the Parish).  Written questions must have been received by the Town Clerk no later than 4pm on the last working day preceding the meeting.

4.To confirm as a correct record the Minutes of the Planning & Environment Meeting held on 6 June 2017.

5. Planning Applications

9722 P16/S3057/FUL  TIMBERLAKE MOTORS, UNIT C5, STATION YARD Amendment No. 1

Variation of condition 1 on application P04/E0986/RET – to enable the area to be used for parking / storage.  Change of use from B8 (wholesale warehouses, distribution centres, repositories) to B2 (general industrial), retrospective.  (As amplified by drawing 16/016/P/003 accompanying Agent email of 12 June 2017).

9806 P17/S1018/FUL THE WYCHENS, 70 QUEENS ROAD Amendment Nos. 1, 2 & 3

Demolition of existing bungalow and construction of new 4 bedroom dwelling.

Amendment No.1: Amended plans received 31 March 2017 to show distance of new dwelling to boundary of no. 72 Queens Road.

Amendment No.2: Amended plans received 3 April 2017 to show widening of existing access following highways comments.

Amendment No.3: Amended plans received 13 April 2017 in response to neighbours comments including sun study plans.

Note: This planning application will be considered at the District Planning Committee meeting on Wednesday 5 July 2017.

9816 P17/S1288/FUL WHAT’S COOKING, 6-8 CORNMARKET Amendment No. 1

Change of use of premises from A1 – Shop to a mixed use of A1 – Shop and A3 – Cafe (amended by plans received 09/06/2017 omitting outdoor seating).

9819 P17/S1463/HH 21 QUEENS ROAD Amendment No. 1

Rear two storey and single storey extension and box dormer loft conversion on rear main roof slope (as amended by plans received 6 June 2017: new red line boundary, reduced extensions.

9822 P17/1471/HH 35 AYLESBURY ROAD Amendment No. 1

Single storey rear extension, side extension with conversion of garage roof space and internal alterations.  (As per amended plans received 12 June 2017).

9832 P17/S1872/A CREW CLOTHING COMPANY, 2 CORNMARKET

1 x fascia sign, 1 x hanging sign and letters and logo on canopy, all non-illuminated.

9833 P17/S1986/HH 62 CROMWELL AVENUE

Garage conversion to accommodate playroom and utility room, garage door replaced with window.

9834 P17/S1992/HH 30 PARK STREET

Removal of the existing annexe near main house and build a new single storey lodge at the rear of the garden.

9835 P17/S2093/FUL BLACK HORSE HOTEL, 11 CORNMARKET

Replacement of existing clear plastic roofing with patent glazing.  Introduction of new brick kitchen extract chimney and round intake air louvre.  Internal alterations.

9836 P17/S2095/LB LACK HORSE HOTEL, 11 CORNMARKET

Replacement of existing clear plastic roofing with patent glazing.  Introduction of new brick kitchen extract chimney and round intake air louvre.  Internal alterations.

9837 P17/S2150/HH 31 PARK STREET

Proposed replacement single storey rear extension.

9838 P17/S2118/FUL PEMBERLEY, 1 HIGHFIELD CLOSE

Demolition of existing dwelling.  Construction a new 4 bedroom dwelling.

9839 P17/S2188/LB CREW CLOTHING CO, 2 CORNMARKET

Shop fit in existing retail premises.  Removal of two modern plywood partitions to open up the room and expose old beams.  New electrics, lighting, flooring, decoration & merchandising system.  Decoration of shopfront.  New signage over door. New fabrics for existing canopies x2.

9840 MW.0045/17 P17/S2139/CM THAME FOOTBALL PARTNERSHIP, MEADOW VIEW PARK

Planning application by David Einig Contracting Ltd, Unit 1, Christmas Lane, Thame for planning permission for the importation of approximately 11,900m3 of inert material to create a full sized football pitch and two small football pitches at Thame Football Partnership, Meadow View Park.

6. Street Furniture

To receive a verbal update on the regulations on placing of street furniture on the highway as requested by Members at the Committee meeting held on 25 April 2017.

7.The Deli at No. 5, 5a Buttermarket

To comment on the Premises Licence Variation Application.

8. Reports from Town Council Representatives

a) Transport Representative – Cllr M Stiles

9. For Information

a) P17/S1962/LDP – 20 Vane Road – Single storey extension – The Local Planning Authority has stated it is unable to take any comments but if any Councillor has specific concerns please be prepared to raise them in the meeting.

b) Notification of Change of House Names – Moreton

c) P17/S0441/LB – Tithe Barn, Church Road, Amendment No. 1 – Timber and glazed alteration to existing barn doors whilst retaining existing doors.  Reasons – draughts, cold and need of day light, plus with recent flooding, a waterproof barrier.  (As per joinery and glazing details submitted 31 May 2017).

Extension of the consultation time to enable the Town Council to put forward a recommendation on the Amendment could not be given in this instance.  The Planning Decision to grant listed building consent has subsequently been received.

The initial application was discussed at the Planning & Environment Committee meeting on 4 April 2017 and a recommendation of approval, subject to no objection from the District Conservation Officer, was agreed.