South Cave Parish Council

 

Planning Meeting 6th April 2009

 

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

 

Present:            Cllrs M Turner, Kelly, Manley, Harrison (Chairman), Scott, Lenton, and Barnett,

                        Mrs K Richmond – Clerk

                        3 Members of the Public

                       

1589  Apologies for absence

Cllr Manley proposed apologies be accepted from Cllrs Marsh and Jamieson, seconded Cllr Lenton, All in favour.

 

1590   Approval of Previous Meetings’ Minutes (12th March 2009)

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

 

1591   Declarations of Interest

Cllr Lenton declared a personal interest in Minute Ref:1594(i) due to proximity of application site.

 

1592   Correspondence

(i)Councillors discussed two communications received regarding land use on a field on Beverley Road, South Cave. The Clerk advised that the Enforcement Officer was investigating that that the Council would be informed as soon as possible regarding the situation.

            

1593           Decisions made by East Riding of Yorkshire Council

(i)DC/09/00250/PLF – 44 Church Street, South Cave – A (NObj)

 

1594 Current Plans to consider

            A member of the public addressed Council objecting to the following proposal

           Cllr Lenton had declared a personal interest in the following item

(i)DC/09/00834/PLF – Full Planning Permission

Erection of first floor extension incorporating 8 no. Dormer windows, single storey extension to front and attached double garage to side – resubmission of application 08/02488 at Fairways Farm, Northfield Close, South Cave for Dr Suri. Cllr Harrison proposed that the Parish Council whilst recognising that planning permission has previously been given to a similar proposal; concerns raised by the Parish Council have not been addressed such as the overdevelopment of the site, that is outside of the development limit, increase in traffic, and would suggest a condition regarding non-business use, seconded Cllr L Turner, All in favour.

A member of the public addressed the meeting in support of the application.

(ii)DC/09/00717/PLF – Full Planning Permission

Erection of first floor extension, two storey extension to front, two storey extension to side and rear following demolition of existing single storey extension and erection of detached garage at 74 Beverley Road, South Cave. Cllr Lenton proposed that the parish council would raise no objection to the proposal as it has no adverse effect on the neighbouring properties or the street scene, and would improve the building, but would suggest conditions regarding tree protection, and the replacement of any trees that are felled in order to maintain the green aspect of this area of the village, seconded Cllr Scott, All in favour.

 

Initialled..........

 

 

1595    Trees

 

            (i)App No. 6350 (TPO) – prune a tree at 1 Appleton Gardens, South Cave. Cllr Lenton proposed that the parish council recommend refusal of the application as it is a valuable tree in the area, that was present prior to the development of the site, and therefore should be conserved in its entirety, seconded Cllr Barnett, All in favour.

            (ii) App No. 6352 (s211) – prune a tree at 14 Brough Road, South Cave. Cllr M Turner proposed that the parish council would raise no objection to the felling of the trees identified, but would like to see a request for replacement trees to maintain the tree stock in this area, also no objections were raised to the pruning of the Oak tree, seconded Cllr Harrison, All in favour.

            (iii) App No. 6366 (S211)  - fell and prune trees at 3 Mt Airy Lane, South Cave. Cllr M Turner proposed that the parish council whilst raising no objection to tree maintenance work, would advise that this tree has amenity value within the Conservation Area on one of the major entry and exit routes to the village, and so would like to ask that the Tree Officer give close supervision to the work to be carried out as we would not like to lose this tree, seconded Cllr Scott, All in favour

            (iv)Councillors considered the response to request for TPO on trees on ERYC land to the north of West End Farm Close and requested the Clerk to respond by advising of the Council’s continuing concerns, and asking that the information/survey remain on file so that a detailed record of the site is available, proposed Cllr Lenton, seconded Cllr Kelly, All in favour.

 

 

 

 

Signed…………………………

Chairman   

 

Dated…………………………..