South Cave Parish Council
Planning Meeting 5th November 2007
The Planning Meeting of South Cave Parish Council took place in the Town Hall, Market Place, South Cave at 7.00pm.
Present: Cllrs Mann, Turner, Harrison, Kelly, Wright, Scott, Mrs Manley (Chair), Mrs Barnett and Mrs Turner
Mrs K Richmond Clerk
ERYC Cllr Galbraith
Cllr Mrs Manley proposed that apologies for absence be accepted from Cllrs Lenton and Marsh, seconded Cllr Mrs Barnett, All in favour.
The minutes of the meeting of 3rd September 2007 were signed, as a true and correct record proposed Cllr Scott, seconded Cllr Mrs Manley, All in favour.
There were no declarations of interest.
(i)Councillors considered a letter from Local Planning Authority regarding on-line training. Other Councillors are to access the training, and an item regarding training is to be put on the next Planning Committee meeting agenda.
(i)07/01833/PLF Full Planning Permission
Retention of boundary fence at rear at 66 Market Place, South Cave Approved.
(ii)07/05035/PLF Full Planning Permission
Erection of single storey office extension to side at Orchard Court, South Cave Approved with conditions.
(iii)07/05292/PLF Full Planning Permission
Change of use to a 26 space caravan touring park at Sunnydene, Stonepit Road, South Cave - Refused
(i)DC/0705895/PLF/WESTES Full Planning Permission
Installation of 2 no. solar panels to front at 17 Station Road, South Cave for Mr Marshall. Cllr Harrison proposed that the Parish Council raise no objection as the application has no adverse effect on the property, neighbouring properties or the street scene, and also has no adverse effect on the character and appearance of the Conservation Area, seconded Cllr Kelly, All in favour.
(i)App no. 5603 (S211) remove trees at 62 Church Street, South Cave. Cllr Harrison proposed that the Parish Council recommend refusal, as the trees give a positive contribution to the Conservation Area, as they are visible from public areas. However, a more favourable approach would be to see the retention of these trees but with judicious pruning, seconded Cllr Wright, vote: 7 in favour 2 abstentions.
(ii)App No. 5599 (S211) fell a tree at 3 Castle Drive, South Cave. Cllr Harrison proposed that the Parish Council would advise that this tree forms part of the tree belt that has a positive contribution to the Conservation Area and the village, as stated in the Village Design Statement, so the Council would like to see the retention of these trees unless adequately determined that it is dead, dying or dangerous, or by its felling it would give greater benefit to other tree stock. In the absence of being able to gain access to the applicants back garden, and whilst the tree (as part of the group) is visible from public areas, we would defer to the decision of the ERYC Tree
Officer in this matter, and that clarification be sought regarding the TPO, seconded Cllr Kelly, All in favour.
(i)App No. 5512 fell and prune trees at 1 Radcliffe Garth part refuse and part grant
(ii)App No. 5598 prune trees at 35 The Meadows granted
(iii)App no. 5532 crown lift tree at WI Hall, South Cave granted
Tree Preservation Orders
(i)TPO (South Cave 37) rear of 3 Castle Drive, South Cave: 5 oak and 5 beech trees
(ii)TPO (South Cave 36) rear of 8 West Hall Garth, South Cave: 1 Alder
Meeting closed at 7.45pm