Committee summary: Planning, 24 November 2015

Did you miss the last Planning Committee? Here are the key points from the meeting held on 24 November 2015.

  • An application for a replacement domestic extension at Signal Rock, St Martin’s, was approved as recommended.
  • An application for a conversion of a shop to a one-bedroom flat at Man of War, St Mary’s, was refused as recommended.
  • An application for a recycling storage building at Porthmellon Waste Management Site was approved as recommended.
  • An application for a replacement dwelling at South Tinks, Holy Vale, was approved against recommendation. The recommendation to refuse was based on the fact that the applicant did not want to enter into a Section 106 Occupancy Restriction, as required by Policy 3 of the Local Plan. The application was approved without the need for a Section 106 Occupancy Restriction by 6 votes to 4, with 1 abstention.
  • An application for a domestic extension at Ventoux, McFarland’s Down, was approved as recommended, but with the addition of a further condition for archaeological monitoring.
  • An application for a Certificate of Lawful Use for Pendrathen Quarry was granted as recommended. Two votes were taken. The first was a proposal to defer the matter, which was defeated by 6 votes to 5. The second was to approve the application, which was passed by 7 votes to 3, with 1 abstention.

You can watch the meeting here (duration: 1h 42m) and read the agenda and reports here.

Publishing date: 
Wednesday, 25 November, 2015