South Cave Parish Council

 

Planning Meeting 10th May 2010

 

The Meeting of South Cave Parish Council Planning Committee took place in the Town Hall, Market Place, South Cave at 7.00pm.

 

Present:            Cllrs Harrison (Chairman), Barnett, L Turner, M Turner, Kelly, Manley, Jamieson, Munby and Marsh

                        Mrs K Cooper – Clerk

                                                                       

1679   Apologies for absence

 Cllr Manley proposed that apologies for absence be accepted from Cllr Lenton, Seconded Cllr

 Marsh, All in favour.

 

1680   Declarations of Interest

There were no declarations of interest.

 

1681   Approval of Previous Meeting’s Minutes (6th April 2010)

Cllr Marsh proposed that the minutes of the previous meeting should be approved and accepted as a true and accurate record, Seconded Cllr Barnett, All in favour.

 

1682   Decisions made by East Riding of Yorkshire Council

           (i)DC/10/00763/PLF/WESTES/TR – Erection of a single storey extension at rear at 48

           Church Street, South Cave  -  granted with conditions (No obj)

           The Planning Committee noted the decision.

           

1683    Current Plans to consider

(i)DC/10/00888/PLF/WESTES – Amended Plans

Erection of detached dwelling at Land South of 38 West End, South Cave for Historic Restorations Ltd.

The Planning Committee noted that ERYC have now granted planning permission for the above application and notification was received today.  Councillors noted the conditions imposed and are to keep a close eye on the development/site.

(ii)DC/10/01435//PLF/WESTES – Full Planning Permission

Erection of single storey extension to front and alterations at 28 Plantation Drive, South Cave for Mr C Philpott and Miss E Hannah.

Cllr Marsh proposed that the Planning Committee raise no objection to the application as it has no adverse effect on the property, the neighbouring properties or the street scene, Seconded Cllr Manley, All in favour.

(iii)DC/10/01168/PLF/WESTES – Full Planning Permission

Erection of detached garage and workshop to rear at South Holme, 39 Beverley Road, South Cave for Mr M Brooker.

Cllr Marsh proposed that whilst the Planning Committee does not raise any objections to the garage, there were concerns about the size and use of the workshop, together with the amount of block paving that has been put down.  The Parish Council Planning Committee would recommend that ERYC include a condition that the workshop/garage is to be utilised for

 

 

Initialled……….

 

domestic use only and not commercial and that ERYC check that the large area of block paving has suitable drainage/seepage incorporation and does not prove to be a flood risk to Beverley Road, as the drains along this road are already unable to cope with heavy downpours, Seconded Cllr M Turner, All in favour.

(iv)DC/10/01415/PLF/WESTES – Full Planning Permission

Erection of conservatory and pitched roof over existing flat roof to rear at 18 Cleaves Avenue, South Cave for Mrs A Wells.

Cllr Marsh proposed that the Parish Council Planning Committee recommend refusal of this application as the size, dominance and impact of the conservatory and proximity to the neighbouring property are of concern.  If the ERYC decide to grant planning permission for this application then the Parish Council Planning Committee would recommend that obscure glazing is used for the conservatory, Seconded Cllr Barnett, vote: 7 in favour,  2 abstentions.

 

 1684   Trees - Decisions

            (i)App No. 10/50019/TCO – Fell and remove 3 Silver Birch Trees at 2 Bull Pasture, South Cave – Permission granted.

            (ii)App No. 10/00010/TPA – Remove 1 Beech Tree at The Lodge, Ryland Hill, Brough Road, South Cave – Permission granted with conditions.

            Cllr M Turner proposed that the Parish Council Planning Committee note the decision regarding granting permission to remove the beech tree, but would like to request why ERYC suggest this is to be replaced with a Silver Birch and not a tree of the same species, i.e. another Beech or at least a comparable tree.  The beech trees in this area provide a prominent entrance to the village, Seconded Cllr Marsh, All in favour.

 

 

 

 

Signed…………………………

Chairman   

 

Dated…………………………..