Agenda and draft minutes

Planning Committee - Thursday, 5th November, 2020 6.00 pm

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Items
No. Item

23.

Apologies for Absence

Minutes:

There were apologies for absence from Councillors G Hill, P Langley, S Schillemore and I Thomas.

24.

Confirmation of Minutes

Please note that it is helpful if Councillors could give advance notice, to Democratic Services, of any questions they wish to raise in respect of the Minutes.

 

Minutes of the meeting held on 24 September 2020, circulated under separate cover.

Minutes:

The minutes of the meeting held on 24 September 2020 were agreed as a correct record.

25.

Confirmation of Attendance

Minutes:

Councillors present verbally confirmed their attendance.

26.

Declarations of Interest

Councillors are reminded of their responsibility to declare any disclosable pecuniary interest which they may have in any item of business on the agenda no later than when that item is reached.  Unless dispensation has been granted, you may not participate in any discussion of, or vote on, or discharge any function related to any matter in which you have a pecuniary interest as defined by regulations made by the Secretary of State under the Localism Act 2011.  You must withdraw from the meeting when the committee discusses and votes on the matter.

Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest.

27.

Supplementary Matters

Minutes:

There were no supplementary papers.

28.

Future Items pdf icon PDF 18 KB

Minutes:

The committee agreed to visit the following sites should officers be mindful to permit:

 

SDNP/20/02590/OUT – Oakfield, Love Lane, Petersfield, GU31 3BW

 

SDNP/20/03352/FUL – Forest Brow Residential Home, 63 Forest Road, Liss, GU33 7BL

 

SDNP/20/03541/FUL – Hay Place, Hay Place Lane, Binsted, Alton, GU34 4PE

29.

Report of the Director of Regeneration and Place

Minutes:

The report of the Head of Planning was considered, and it was RESOLVED that:

 

Application No., Site and Description

 

Resolution:

55562/005/OUT

 

Development Land East of Horndean, Rowlands Castle Road, Horndean, Waterlooville

 

Outline planning application with all matters reserved, except the means of access to the highway network (junction arrangements) and associated highway improvements, for the demolition of existing buildings and the residential-led (C3) mixed-use development of the site with up to 800 dwellings, up to 2ha of employment land (uses B1 and B2), a Local Centre (including: local retail (food and non-food A1); financial and professional services (A2); restaurants, cafés, and drinking establishments (A3 and A4), hot food takeaways (A5), together with a primary school (D1) and community facilities (D1/D2), informal and formal open space, allotments, and acoustic bunds, together with associated drainage, utilities and all other associated and necessary infrastructure (additional information and amended plans received 31/07/19, 06/09/19, 26/09/19, 21/10/19, 04/03/20, 04/05/20, and 10/06/20)

 

 

Report noted.

 

30.

55562/005/OUT/SaH - Development Land East of Horndean, Rowlands Castle Road, Horndean, Waterlooville pdf icon PDF 251 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Principal Planning Officer introduced the item. The purpose of the report was to update Members of the progress with the discussions regarding the S106 and to agree minor amendments to the S106 Head of Terms since the original Committee resolution on the 11 June 2020. The Planning Committee had resolved to agree the outline development subject to conditions and a S106 legal agreement with the Head of Terms as set out in the agenda. Discussions had been going well on the S106 and officers requesting a minor amendment to the S106. The Head of Terms requires the applicant to pay £75k contribution towards the building of a skate park. During the discussions on the S106 it has come to light that a Skate Park would not require that sum of money and that it could be provided for £50k. Whilst also discussing the S106 it became apparent that a Clerk of Works would be appropriate given the nature of the community facilities to be provided also part of the S106 in particular the community building and sports pitch. Therefore, with the agreement of the applicant officers were seeking to amend the S106 Head of Terms so that the skate park contribution is reduced to £50k and that the £25k remaining be given by the applicant towards a Clerk of Works. The purpose of the Clerk of Works is to periodically check on the construction of the community building and the sports pitch to to ensure it has been built to the appropriate standards. She confirmed that all other aspect of the S106 Head of Terms remained the same.

 

It was confirmed that the Clerk of Works would be employed by East Hampshire District Council. They would be employed to undertake spot checks on the construction of the community building and sports pitch. The specifications would be agreed in advance of the building of the works and ensure the work was carried out to the specifications.

 

Councillors were reassured that 50k would be enough to construct a skate park a number had been built in the District up to that figure. In respect of the size of the skate there was a specification for this.

 

The committee debated the application.

 

Councillor Evans, local ward councillor had no problem with the recommendation and fully supported it.

 

Councillors Johnson, local ward councillor had no problems but fully supported the appointment of a Clerk of Works.

 

Councillors fully supported the recommendations and in particular the appointment of a Clerk of Works.

 

Councillor Pond proposed the recommendation

 

Councillor Ashcroft seconded the recommendation

 

That the Head of Terms of the S106 Legal agreement be amended as per the revised Heads of Terms list attached at Appendix 2 of the report

 

1.     £75, 000 Skate Park contribution reduced to £50,000; and

2.     Additional Head of Term: Clerk of Works financial contribution of £25,000

 

Following the vote, the recommendation was declared CARRIED, 11 Councillors voting FOR the S106 Heads of Terms to be amended, no Councillors  ...  view the full minutes text for item 30.