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Minutes of the Planning Committee meeting held on Monday 16th September 2019

PRESENT: Cllrs Wright (Chair), Williams, Rowton-Lee, Ashdown, Oliver and Archer

Staff: Liz Folley

Also attended: D/Cllr Ian White

Apologies for absence: Cllr Ridgley

 

Co-option of temporary committee members to be agreed: N/A

Declarations of Interest – Cllr Archer -Item 10.PM2 Asset of Community Value

 

Public Question Time – Maureen Dyroff stated that she has at least 8 people keen to volunteer at the community allotment. A professional garden planner will assist and will be considering trees, wildlife and raised beds for flowers, fruit and vegetables. Hope that there will be a management contract between Greening Chinnor and CPC.

 

To approve the minutes of the Planning Committee dated:

Minutes of the Planning committee 19th August 2019 were approved and signed by Cllr Wright.

 

Developments

Current situations

Bovis Homes – Pavement repairs now completed.

A2 Dominion / NK Homes – Safety barrier removed without permission. Temp barrier in situ until the new staggered barrier arrives for fitting. There will be a 2m gap between the staggered barriers leaving adequate space for scooters and prams / barriers are ordered and awaiting delivery, chapter 8 barriers will be left in place until permanent barriers are installed.

The 2 timber bollards that were installed as per 278 layout agreement adjacent to the tactile in front of number 75, these have now been removed. The school sign is being re-installed. Regarding the wig wags, to our knowledge there was only one original wig wag/school sign which we will be re-installing asap. They are tarmacking the footpaths

Allotment area – specification to be reviewed and CPC requirements agreed.

Bloor Homes – Road closures have almost finished! It appears the bus stop lining has been completed in the wrong location – requested OCC do a site visit urgently.

Bellway Homes – Right of way being blocked has now been corrected and accessible.

Taylor Wimpey – The Carriages – Ongoing concerns with TW management company. Cllr Ashdown reported sewage problems believed to be from this development which causes problems to residents at Cleavers. Thames Water have been informed.

Taylor Wimpey – OKL – CPC waiting on paperwork for land ownership agreements before the turning circle roadworks can be completed. Solicitors now appointed to finalise hand over (TW paying legal fees)

Persimmon Homes – Planning application to be submitted to SODC.

 

Planning applications considered:

Application Ref: P19/S2308/HH

Proposal: Revisions to planning permission P18/S3951/HH for a single storey side extension to existing dwelling and replacement garage.

Address: Blandings, Chinnor Hill

CPC recommendation: Approval

 

Application Ref: P19/S2398/HH

Proposal: Single-storey rear extension and alterations to previous extension at rear; additional windows to side elevation.

Address: 19 Lower Icknield Way

CPC recommendation: Approval

 

Application Ref: P19/S2684/O

Proposal: Outline application with all matters reserved for the construction of a barn using existing materials.

Address: The Old Rectory, Emmington

CPC recommendation: Approval

 

Application Ref: P19/S2815/HH

Proposal: Proposed new front porch

Address: 4 Van Diemens

CPC recommendation: Approval

 

Certificate of lawful development - noted

P19/S2623/LDP

Proposed use of property as a children's home (Class C3B use) at 49 Oakley Lane

 

Planning Decisions: Permission Granted by SODC

Application Ref: P19/S1736/HH

Proposal: Removal of three wooden sheds and construction of garage.

Address: Walnut Cottage, 54 High Street

 

Application Ref: P19/S2185/HH

Proposal: Demolish pitched tiled rear summer room, proposed rear extension with flat roof and internal alterations with addition of a window to east elevation ground floor.

Address: 66 Lower Icknield Way

 

Planning Matters

PM.1 Erection of 1 new residential property to be numbered: 65B Lower Icknield Way

PM.2 Notice of community nomination – Kiln Lake – 20 Kiln Avenue – land at the above site. Decision to be notified by 22 October 2019.

 

Planning Appeals

Waiting on Inspector decisions

P18/S3046/FUL – APP/Q3115/W/19/3227208 – 46 Elderdene

Demolition of the existing garage and the erection of a pair of single storey two-bedroom semi-detached dwellings with access, parking and amenity space (amended plans received 10th October and 14th Nov 2018 revising the parking and turning provision within site)

Written Representation sent 30th May 2019

 

Householder appeal service – no opportunity to submit further comments

APP/Q3115/W/19/3233822

Proposal: Erection of car port to existing garage at 77 Mill Lane for the erection of a carport

Application Ref: P19/S1527/FUL

 

Householder appeal service – no opportunity to submit further comments

APP/Q3115/W/19/3228355

Proposal: Retrospective application for erection of 1.8m fence at 24 Ravensmead

Application ref: P18/S3201/HH

 

Inquiry date 21st January in the Chinnor Community Pavilion.

APP/Q3115/C/18/3209600 and APP/Q3115/C/18/3209599

Alleged Breach: Without planning permission, the material change of use of the land from agriculture to use as a domestic garden at 67 Lower Icknield Way

Written Representation sent 30th May 2019

 

Inquiry date 21st January in the Chinnor Community Pavilion.

APP/Q3115/C/18/320719 and APP/Q3115/C/18/3209720

Alleged Breach: Without planning permission, the erection of a timber building and timber decking in the approximate position edged green on the plan at 67 Lower Icknield Way

Written Representation sent 30th May 2019

 

Appeal Decision:

APP/Q3115/W/19/3228497 – Land west of Thame Road

Erection of 9 dwellings and re-siting of employment use on site (as amended by plans received 31 July 2018 proposing wildflower meadow and landscape planting, and plans received 6 August 2018 extending internal access road to enable large vehicles to turn, widened access onto Thame Road and associated revised building layout including relocation of Plot 1 further to the north west, and air quality report received 3 September, and tree removal information received 21 September 2018, as amended by site layout plan 485.10E received 30 January 2019 to address highway concerns / include footways within and to the site).

Written Representation sent 17th June 2019 and 19th June 2019

The appeal is dismissed

 

SODC Enforcement cases – under investigation or being monitored

SE19/399 – 67 Lower Icknield Way

1) dwelling not built in accordance with P14/S3303/RM; and 2) without planning permission the change of use of the dwelling to a guest house

We have met with the owners and they have been given until the 22 September to submit further information to enable the officer to confirm the legal status of the buildings and uses. Investigation is therefore ongoing. Officer Rob Cramp

SE19/389 – Land off Thame Road

Breach of condition 20 of P15/S0779/FUL (details approved under P18/S1131/DIS). Road works not implemented prior to occupation of dwellings.

This is linked to a County Council legal agreement compliance ongoing. Officer Zoe Spring

SE19/374 – Public right of way

Without permission the obstruction of a public right of way contrary to approved plans for P14/S1586 & P14/S0953. (Bellway and TW)

Site Visit due. You may want to raise this with OCC rights of way they have powers to remove obstructions on rights of way. Officer Mary Woods

SE19/346 - Without planning permission the material change of use of land from agriculture to a mixed use of agriculture and residential use at Rowan Farm, Henton.

Site visit completed. We are collecting further evidence to clarify the situation.

Officer Tim Nicholson.

SE19/329 - Without planning permission the engineering or other operations to change levels at 6 Lummas Mead.

Arranged site meeting 12 September. Officer Maddy Palmer

SE19/226 – Untidy site at 34 Beech Road

Compliance is on-going the garden has improved. Officer Julie Perrin

SE19/179 – 40 Oakley Road – breach of condition 4 of permission P16/S4117/FUL – loss of car park spaces due to bin store being built. Enforcement written to occupants 20-5-19

An amendment application has been submitted P19/S2595/NM. It is waiting to be allocated to an applications officer. Any further enforcement involvement is on hold pending the outcome of this application. Officer Julie Perrin

SE19/167 – 18 Woodgreen Square – without permission the sub division of property to create a separate residential flat.

Site visit due – need internal access arranged date and time being organised.

Officer Maddy Palmer

SE19/91 – 9 Greenwood Meadow – shed in excess of permitted development rights.

Compliance site visit due. Officer Mary Woods

SE19/84 – land adjoining 7 Emmington – Without planning permission the material change of use of land to storage of building materials.

Breach identified. Land to be cleared compliance monitoring ongoing. Officer Jo Cooper

SODC Enforcement cases – closed

SE19/303 - Without planning permission the material change of use of an ancillary dwelling to form a separate planning unit at 5 Emmington. Case closed under voluntary compliance.

SE19/130 – Land north of Mill Lane – Breach of condition 12 of permission P16/S1468 – hours of construction. Case closed under voluntary compliance.

 

Chairman...........................................Dated..............................................

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