09 January 2018 – 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 9 January 2018
TIME: 6.30 pm (maximum one hour)
Clerk of the Council
Date: 3 January 2018
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 19 December 2017.
5. Planning Applications
P17/S4221/HH – 20 FANSHAWE ROAD
Amendment No. 1
Remove rear conservatory. Construct front / side and rear single storey extensions (As per amended plans received 21 December 2017).
P17/S4294/HH – 29 NORTH STREET
Single storey rear extension.
P17/S4293/HH – 68 SOUTHERN ROAD
Extend and re-model existing kitchen extension. Retrospective application for garage conversion to include re-modelling garden facing elevation.
P17/S4363/HH – 2 MITCHELL CLOSE
Garage conversion to create a playroom and store at ground floor level and an en-suite at first floor level with roof light to rear elevation together with rear ground floor extension.
P17/S4421/HH – 23 FAIRFAX CLOSE
Single storey rear extension, single storey front porch and bay window and internal alterations.
P17/S4423/HH – 19 HAMPDEN AVENUE
Part single, part two storey rear extension and front porch.
BOOTS THE CHEMIST LTD, 4-5 HIGH STREET
Retention of a fascia surround to the ATM.
P17/S3793/LB – DOMINOS PIZZA, 19-20 HIGH STREET
Gable end of property faces onto courtyard of the neighbouring property. This gable is rendered with sand and cement which is in danger of collapse in one piece. For this reason we have removed existing render and made watertight with polythene. We want to replace render with new sand and cement render to match.
P17/S4382/HH – 4 MOATS CRESCENT
Two storey side extension and single storey front porch extension, with fenestration alterations to existing dwelling.
6. Reports from Town Council Representatives
a) Transport Representative – Cllr M Stiles
7. For Information
a) Appeal Decision – P16/S3191/FUL – 90 High Street Thame – Change of use from A1 (Shops) to C3 (Dwelling houses) and re-incorporated in to existing residential unit. This is no longer a contrary decision.
b) P17/S4297/FUL – Land West of Thame Park Road – Variation of condition 2 (approved plans) of Planning Permission P15/S2166/RM. To confirm that following a review by the Town Council’s planning consultant the application is for a technical correction. The consultant’s views will be passed to SODC.
c) Consultations on changes to air space around Brize Norton / London Oxford Airport have been received. Following a review by Officers there is no need to respond as there is no impact on Thame.
d) P17/S3681/HH – 8 Brookside – Proposed conversion of existing attached garage, extension over garage to create first floor accommodation. Remove existing rear conservatory and construct single storey rear extension. Provide accommodation within existing and new roofs by raising ridge level by 1.040m.
To note that the District Planning Officer agreed with the concerns raised by the Town Council and refused the application. The Decision Notice stated that the application represented overdevelopment of the site, was unneighbourly, out of character with the area and contrary to policy ESDQ16 of the Thame Neighbourhood Plan.