Hounslow Council


Agenda and minutes

Sustainable Development Committee
Thursday, 29 March 2012 7:30 pm

Venue: Committee Rooms 1 & 2, Civic Centre, Lampton Road, Hounslow

Contact: Wendy Merry, Telephone 020 8583 2061, e-mail  wendy.merry@hounslow.gov.uk 

Items
No. Item

131.

Declarations of interest under the Town Planning Code of Practice or any other communications from Members

Minutes:

The Vice-Chair, Councillor Steve Curran, advised that he would be chairing the meeting in the absence of the Chair, Councillor Mohinder Gill.

 

Item 5: 3 Devonshire Road, Chiswick

 

Councillor Jabbal advised that he had received communications concerning this item. Councillor O’Reilly advised that she was a customer of the premises.

 

Item 6: Garage Block, Brook Road South, Brentford

 

Councillor Fisher had received a communication concerning this item. Councillor Curran advised that he was the Lead Member for Housing, but did not have a prejudicial interest.

 

Item 7: Garage Block, Lateward Road, Brentford

 

Councillor Curran advised that he was the Lead Member for Housing, but did not have a prejudicial interest.

 

Item 8: Garage Block, Denham Road, Feltham

 

Councillor Curran advised that he was the Lead Member for Housing, but did not have a prejudicial interest.

 

Items 10, 11 & 12: Sites at the Brabazon Road Estate

 

Benita Edwards, Legal Officer, declared that she was advising the Housing Authority on these items and would withdraw during the discussion on these items. Chuhr Nijjar was present to advise the Committee during Ms Edwards’ absence.

 

Item 13: Brentford Football Club, Griffin Park, Braemar Road, Brentford

 

Councillor Curran declared that he had a prejudicial interest in this item because he lived close to the site and that he would leave the room during the discussion. It was agreed that Councillor Cadbury would chair the meeting for this item.

 

Item 14: Barley Mow Business Centre, Barley Mow Passage, Chiswick

 

Councillor O’Reilly advised that she had friends, who worked at the premises.

 

Item 16: Fortescue House (Former Hanworth Rectory), Park Road, Hanworth

 

Councillor Jabbal advised that this item had been put before West Area Committee for comment the previous week. All members had received a communication on this item and Councillor Curran had also received a phone call.

 

New National Planning Policy

 

Cathy Gallagher, Assistant Director – Environment Department (Regulatory & Development Services), informed the Committee that new national planning policy had been published that Tuesday. One document, setting out policies, would replace over 40 documents. The recommendations in the reports on the agenda were still appropriate, but amendments would need to be made to the reasons and conditions.

132.

Minutes of the additional meeting held on 9 February 2012 pdf icon PDF 97 KB

Minutes:

The minutes of the meeting held on 9 February 2012 (agenda item 3) were agreed.

133.

Addendum Report pdf icon PDF 135 KB

An Addendum report will be published shortly before the meeting with any additional information relating to agenda items not available at the time of publication of the main agenda.

Minutes:

The report was noted. Councillor Curran advised that there was an item of urgent business included in the report, which he had agreed to accept.

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Garage Block, Brook Road South, Brentford pdf icon PDF 145 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Stephen Hissett, Planning Officer (agenda item 6) and the Addendum Report

With the permission of the Chair, Nadja Stone spoke in support of the application as the Council’s Housing Development and Partnership Manager. She advised that the development of the site would go towards the Council’s objectives for housing provision.

With regard to the consultation, Ms Stone advised that the Council had worked to a tight time frame because it was essential that the applications were submitted in January to be determined by the end of April. She acknowledged that the time constraints had been difficult, but advised that residents had also been given the opportunity to comment at drop-in events and those comments had been forwarded to the Planning Department.

In response to some of the issues raised during the consultation, Ms Stone advised that Hounslow Homes had provided a list of alternative garage sites and that additional parking evaluations had been undertaken, which had also been provided to the planning department.

With the permission of the Chair, Ms Maybury spoke in objection to the proposals. She referred to flaws in the consultation process, which had been acknowledged by officers and advised that she had not received a consultation letter, even though she lived opposite the site. She pointed out that there would be a loss of seven garages and the additional yellow lines on the street would mean that parking spaces were also removed. There was an increased difficulty in parking; the elderly and parents with shopping were unable to park near to their properties. Ms Maybury advised that she was disabled and although she did not have a car, she was dependent on friends being able to park nearby to drop in.

Ms Maybury expressed her astonishment that the parking survey had found that there was adequate access. She did not feel that the information was accurate because the survey had been taken during the day on week days and during half term. She also felt that the report was inaccurate regarding parking density and the use of spaces in the garage area. There were insufficient spaces available for the properties, some of which had more than one vehicle. The public transport accessibility level (PTAL) was low at 3 and the surrounding areas were bad or worse for parking.

Ms Maybury did not feel that a controlled parking zone (CPZ) would address the problem because there were not enough parking spaces. The garages were fully occupied and regularly used. She felt that officers had admitted that the proposals did not meet the Council’s own UDP guidelines concerning distance and felt that a development in a conservation area should enhance the area.

Councillor Wilson asked how many residents had received a notification. Ms Maybury advised that she had asked the planning officer, but had not received an answer. Councillor Wilson asked if alternative parking arrangements had been made for those losing parking spaces. Ms Maybury advised that she had not been told anything.

In response  ...  view the full minutes text for item 134.

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Garage Block, Denham Road, Feltham pdf icon PDF 142 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Stephen Hissett, Planning Officer (agenda item 8) and the Addendum Report

 

With the permission of the Chair, Nadja Stone spoke again in support of the application as the Council’s Housing Development and Partnership Manager. She advised that there was a desperate need for housing and that the site was suitable for the development. The proposal would go towards meeting the need for large family houses.

 

Councillor Hughes asked who currently had access to the site. Ms Stone advised that it was a garage site. Both planning officers and architects had looked at access to the site to ensure that there would be no impact on existing properties.

 

Councillor Wilson advised that there were three garage entrances off of the access road and that access and egress to the site was across the gates at the entrance to the school. He felt that the access was in a dangerous position and asked if officers had looked at it properly.

 

Councillor O’Reilly noted that in the report, there was a target to produce 4750 homes and she asked how that would be funded. Ms Stone advised that 4750 was the target quoted in the London Plan and not the Council’s Pledges. She went on to explain that there was a £2.1m new homes bonus, which was ring-fenced for affordable homes and that the Council may look to selling off properties to provide funding. Councillor Cadbury added that there were some instances, depending on the source of funding, where planning permission was needed before funding could be accessed.

 

With the permission of the Chair, Mr Mould, Chair of TW14 Resident’s Association, spoke in objection to the proposals. He advised that he had asked for bollards to prevent parking at the entrance to Chichester Way. He referred to other Council owned sites, such as the site at Apex Roundabout recently put before the Committee and asked why that land was not being used for housing.

 

He advised that some of the garages were derelict, but some were let out and parents used that area to park when dropping off their children at the school. He felt that the Council should have maintained the garages and noted that the land would only be used to provide two houses.

 

He described parking in Chichester Way as ‘horrendous’ and felt that the new houses would potentially mean an additional four cars, which he felt would park in the road at the front rather than on the site if it meant residents having to walk across the rear gardens. He also had concerns that builder’s lorries would block the entrance and have difficulty getting into Denham Road, which was very narrow.

 

Mr Mould advised that there were 60 residents affected by the proposals. The Council had consulted residents about parking around the school, but had taken no action. A transport assessment had been carried out, but it had taken at the quietest time of the day rather than peak times. He described the  ...  view the full minutes text for item 135.

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410 Hanworth Road, Hounslow pdf icon PDF 106 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Stephen Hissett, Planning Officer (agenda item 9) and the Addendum Report

 

With the permission of the Chair, Councillor Ellar spoke in support of the application. The application had been referred to the Committee for decision at Councillor Ellar’s request and he advised the Committee that the applicant’s daughter had been to school with his son.

 

Councillor Ellar explained that the property was on a busy road and the two units were set back off the street. There was a new zebra crossing in front of the two properties.

 

He noted that one of the four reasons for recommending refusal was that it was not clear how visitors would be deterred from stopping on Hanworth Road to collect their take-away food. He advised that, although there was a zebra crossing, the rest of Hanworth Road had no yellow lines. It was, therefore, possible to park and did not feel that the reason made sense. He also pointed out that, when the original application had been submitted, the zebra crossing had not been there.

 

Councillor Ellar advised that he felt that application was reasonable. He noted that there was a take-away opposite with no parking, which operated normally and a parade of approximately 10 shops, which were well used.

 

The first reason listed for recommending refusal was in connection to an increase in usage noise, which he felt could be dealt with by a limit on opening hours. It was a busy road and Councillor Ellar did not feel that noise was a good reason to refuse.

 

The second reason was in relation to the impact of the flue on the conservation area. He felt that there would not be a significant impact on the conservation area because it could not been seen from the site. He advised that details of the flue had been submitted and the applicant had agreed arrangements for the storage of refuse with SITA. Councillor Ellar concluded that it seemed to be a reasonable change of use.

 

Myfanwy McNally, Planning Officer, advised that there would be difficulties in the change of use to a take-away were because the site was constrained, there were residents in close proximity and there were difficulties with parking because of the zebra crossing. Details of the flue had been received, but there would be difficulties in fitting it on the site because the conservation area was to the rear of the site and anything substantial would be visible. There was no room for refuse storage within the unit and refuse would need to be stored at the front of the site, which would impact on residents.

 

In response to questions from Members, Ms McNally advised that access to the rear of the site was not part of the application and that it would not be possible for the flue to be installed on the side of the building.

 

In response to questions about traffic, Nick Woods advised that there was a loading restriction outside the nearby Timber Merchant and  ...  view the full minutes text for item 136.

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Land fronting 210-304 & 1-13 Brabazon Road, Hounslow pdf icon PDF 600 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Myfanwy McNally, Planning Officer (agenda item 10) and the Addendum Report

 

Benita Edwards had declared an interest and left the room for the discussion on this item.

 

Barbara Perry, Head of Housing Client & Partnerships, spoke in support of the application. She advised that the proposals were part of the Heston Area Regeneration. The scheme would involve twenty individual sites across six estates and there was £6.55m of funding for the works. The overall regeneration scheme would provide 155 homes in total, half of which would be affordable and half for private sale. There was a development agreement between the Council, Hounslow Homes and the developers Lovells, who would build the homes.

 

An application had been made for the site to be designated as a Village Green. If planning permission was approved, it would not be implemented until the Village Green application had been resolved.

 

In response to questions, Ms Perry advised that there would be an inquiry in relation to the Village Green application. The Village Green application was separate to the planning process and although Ms Perry did not have a date for the inquiry, she estimated that it would be within the next few months. Planning permission could not be implemented until the Village Green application had been determined. Ms Perry advised that other sites would be considered if the Village Green went ahead.

 

An initial consultation about landscaping had been carried out in relation to planting, play areas and additional parking and Ms Perry advised that she expected some further consultation to take place. Money had been set aside for the landscaping works.

 

In relation to the mix, Ms McNally advised that there was an error in the number of units in the description of the mix under paragraph 4.5 of the report but that the table in paragraph 4.2 was correct.

 

With the permission of the Chair, Mr Blackett, Chair of Heston Resident’s Association, spoke in objection to the proposals. He acknowledged that there was a demand for more housing but felt that it was essential to consider each site separately and felt that local open space should be regarded as important. He advised that the architect’s original concept had been for the land along Cranford Lane to act as a buffer between Cranford Lane and the Brabazon Road estate. Cranford Lane was very busy and the area of local open space had become more significant. Mr Blackett felt that the planning department were recommending approval and not attaching the same importance. The space had acted as protection against urban sprawl and he felt that no significant consideration had been given on the impact to the infrastructure. The public transport accessibility level was low and car parking provision was insufficient. Mr Blackett did not feel that there were not enough 3-bedroom properties in the proposal and that road safety needed to be considered. Despite consultation, he felt that the proposals failed to address concerns and application failed to comply with the revised  ...  view the full minutes text for item 137.

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Land between 16 & 18 Brabazon Road and 15 & 17 Johnson Road, Hounslow pdf icon PDF 781 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Myfanwy McNally, Planning Officer (agenda item 12) and the Addendum Report

 

Benita Edwards had declared an interest and left the room for the discussion on this item.

 

Tony Henson, the architect for the scheme, spoke in support of the application. He advised that the proposals would match the overall appearance of the site and the existing alleyway would be enhanced and maintained. There would be integral parking provision and properties would have their own amenity space and their own front gardens.

 

With the permission of the Chair, Ms Garcha spoke in objection to the proposals. She advised that she was representing residents and their objections to building on open green spaces; there were 415 objectors’ names in the petition. There would be damage to the local environment and the green area would be taken away. She felt that the proposed alleyways would lead to crime and the dumping of rubbish. Children, the elderly and disabled currently used the green for leisure and green spaces contributed to the health of local residents.

 

Ms Garcha felt that the consultation process carried out by Hounslow Homes had been inadequate. A number of property owners had not received an invite and Hounslow Homes had sent a letter, acknowledging that they had made an error. Ms Garcha felt that the Village Green application showed that the residents valued open green space and that the voices of over 400 residents should not be ignored.

 

Myfanwy McNally highlighted the main points in the report. In response to questions, she confirmed that one front door did open onto the development, but advised that there was a significant gap, a fence and the windows had been orientated to ensure that there was no overlooking. The works would be phased and the phasing would be tied into the development agreement and not secured through the planning application.

 

Councillor Hughes raised concerns about a blind spot in the road and visibility for pedestrians, particularly as the estate was used a lot by learner drivers. Councillors Fisher and Jabbal reiterated their previous concerns; that building should not take place on land intended to be used for green open space.

 

Members voted in favour of the officer’s recommendation for approval, as follows:

 

For -               Councillors Bains, Bruce, Cadbury, Curran, Dhillon, Grewal, Hughes and Sangha

Against -       Councillors Barwood, Fisher, Jabbal, O’Reilly and Wilson

Abstain -       None

 

Resolved:

 

That planning permission for planning application 00139/D/P1 for the development of the site within the Brabazon Estate to provide 11 residential units within two storey block of flats and five houses with associated landscaping works around the buildings and regeneration landscaping throughout the estate at the land between 16 & 18 Brabazon Road & 15 & 17 Johnson Road, Hounslow be approved, subject to the conditions set out in the report and the Addendum Report.

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Fortescue House (Former Hanworth Rectory), Park Road, Feltham pdf icon PDF 411 KB

The grounds for urgency are that confirmation for a school is required by April to allow for enrolling to take place in September and it would, therefore, be too late if the report was put on the April agenda.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Myfanwy McNally, Planning Officer (agenda item 16)

 

The applicant had been unable to attend, but had submitted a statement in support of his application, which had been provided to the Committee.

 

With the permission of the Chair, Reverend Williamson spoke in objection to the proposals. He advised that the proposed development would build on one third of the site and that the whole area was largely green. He felt that historically, private schools had failed and that part of the reason for that failure had been the bussing in of pupils to the school. It had been suggested that there would be 160 pupils and those numbers would increase with the viability of the school. It was an over development and unacceptable.

 

Reverend Williamson felt that the submission of a further application was an abuse of the process to use green belt land in the conservation area. The main problem was the vast school hall, which would dominate the listed rectory. Reverend Williamson felt that the school hall was a ruse for a venue for weddings. It would be detrimental to the local community and a school was not needed for education in the area. Reverend Williamson felt that, when the school failed, the hall would be used for commercial purposes and pointed out planning officer had found that there had been a lot of breaches in planning, when they had visited the site some time ago. Yew trees had been cut down and Reverend Williamson had no confidence that restrictions would be adhered to. He advised that the Church owned both sites on either side of the driveway and was not prepared to widen the road. The traffic survey showed that the football club already caused traffic jams at the weekend and there had been jams in residential roads since the opening of the Mosque.

 

Cathy Gallagher highlighted main points in the report. She advised that the applicant had agreed that the multi-purpose hall would now be restricted to educational use only. The applicant had also found an end user; a private school was looking to occupy the building in a phased manner. A strict phasing plan was being recommended as part of the S.106 agreement. It was critical for the school to have a decision by April for enrolment by September. It would be possible to refine the design before permission was implemented and it was essential that this be done before consent was granted. An incremental approach would be taken to the parking layout and this also needed to be finalised before the consent was granted. Ms Gallagher felt that it was important to make clear that the hall could be used for D1 educational usage only.

 

Councillor Jabbal noted that the application had been going on for some time. It had been put to West Area Committee, where there had been mixed views. It was a listed building and Members had been pleased that it could be restored although there had been concerns  ...  view the full minutes text for item 139.

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3 Devonshire Road, Chiswick pdf icon PDF 98 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Nikolas Smith, Planning Officer (agenda item 5) and the Addendum Report

 

Members voted unanimously in favour of the officer’s recommendation, for approval.

 

Resolved:

 

That planning permission for planning application 00355/3/P1 for the change of use from A1 (retail) to A3 (restaurant), erection of single storey rear extension and internal alterations and replacement shop front to provide ancillary use for the existing restaurant at Nos. 5-7 Devonshire Road be approved, subject to the conditions set out in the Report and the Addendum Report.

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Garage Block, Lateward Road, Brentford pdf icon PDF 145 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Stephen Hissett, Planning Officer (agenda item 7) and the Addendum Report

 

Members voted on the officer’s recommendation for approval, as follows:

 

For -               Councillors Bains, Barwood, Bruce, Cadbury, Curran, Dhillon, Fisher, Grewal, Hughes, Jabbal, O’Reilly and Sangha

Against -       None

Abstain -       Councillor Wilson

 

Resolved:

 

a)     That planning permission for planning application 00681/ADJ12/P1 for the demolition of existing garage blocks and erection of one dwelling at the garage block adjacent to 12 Lateward Road, Brentford be approved, subject to the conditions set out in the Report and the Addendum Report.

 

b)     That conservation area consent for application 00681/ADJ12/CA1 for the demolition of existing garages at the garage block adjacent to 12 Lateward Road, Brentford be approved, subject to the conditions set out in the Report and the Addendum Report.

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Land rear of 2 & 3 De Havilland Road and land adjacent to 12 & 14 Cobham Road, Hounslow pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Myfanwy McNally, Planning Officer (agenda item 11) and the Addendum Report

 

Benita Edwards had declared an interest and left the room for the discussion on this item.

 

Councillor Hughes commented that she was pleased to see the land use being addressed because there was currently just open space with lots of fly tipping. She felt that improvements could be made to lighting and safety along the footpath.

 

Members voted in favour of the officer’s recommendation for approval, as follows:

 

For -               Councillors Bains, Bruce, Cadbury, Curran, Dhillon, Grewal, Hughes and Sangha

Against -       Councillors Barwood, Fisher, Jabbal, O’Reilly and Wilson

Abstain -       None

 

Resolved:

 

That planning permission for planning application 00340/B/P1 for the development of the site to provide 10 x 2 storey houses comprising 8 x 3 bedroom houses, 1 x 4 bedroom house and 1 x 5 bedroom house within Brabazon Estate with associated landscaping around the buildings and regeneration landscaping throughout the estate at the land to the rear of 2 & 3 De Havilland Road and land adjacent to 12 & 14 Cobham Road, Hounslow be approved, subject to the conditions set out in the Report and the Addendum Report.

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Brentford Football Club, Griffin Park, Braemar Road, Brentford pdf icon PDF 268 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Shane Baker, Planning Officer (agenda item 13)

 

Members voted unanimously in favour of the officer’s recommendation, for approval.

 

Resolved:

 

That planning permission for planning application 00143/A/P50 for the extension of time for implementation of extant planning permission: 00143/A/P45, which was granted on 30 March 2006 with a legal agreement (being for Variation of condition 3 [approval of reserved matters within 3 years] of date of permission 00143/A/P42 dated 11/4/2005), to allow for the extension of time limit to 6 years. (“Outline application (Access Only) for the demolition of the existing stadium, the erection of residential development and creation of open space”) at Brentford Football and Sports Club Ltd, Griffin Park, Braemar Road, Brentford be approved, subject to the conditions set out in the Report.

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Barley Mow Business Centre, Barley Mow Passage, Chiswick pdf icon PDF 198 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Nikolas Smith, Planning Officer (agenda item 14)

 

Members voted unanimously in favour of the officer’s recommendation, for approval.

 

Resolved:

 

a)     That authorisation for the Director of Environment or the Assistant Director – Environment Department (Regulatory & Development Services) or the Development Control Support Manager to grant an extension of time frame for planning permission 00371/A(6)/P3 for the implementation of an extant planning permission for the demolition of existing single storey pitched roof shed and erection of a 4 storey (ground to 3rd) plus basement building on the site of the existing shed to provided office space (B1) with ancillary accommodation replacement of roof to existing “east wing” to north minor alterations to existing facades of the building referenced 00371/A(6)/P1, dated 16/03/2009 at Barley Mow Business Centre, 6 Barley Mow Passage, Chiswick be granted for a period of three years, subject to the conditions set out in the report and the securing of the planning obligations agreed under planning permission 00371/A(6)P1 by the prior completion of a satisfactory legal agreement or unilateral undertaking made under S.106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, or other appropriate legislation, the exact terms of which shall be negotiated by appropriate officers within the Department of Environment on the advice of the Assistant Director, Corporate Governance.

 

b)     That the satisfactory legal agreement or unilateral undertaking outlined above shall be completed and planning permission issued by 29 May 2012, or such extended period as may be agreed in writing by appropriate officers within the Department of Environment or within Legal Services.

 

c)      That, if the legal agreement or unilateral undertaking is not completed by the date specified above or any agreed extended period, authorisation for the Director of Environment or the Assistant Director – Environment Department (Regulatory and Development Services) or the Development Control Support Manager to refuse planning permission for the reason that the proposal should include planning obligations required to make the development acceptable in planning terms, in accordance with Regulation 122 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 development plan policies and the Planning Obligations SPD, as described in Section 8 of the report, be approved.

 

d)     That, if planning permission is refused for the reasons set out above,  authorisation for the Director of Environment or the Assistant Director – Environment Department (Regulatory & Development Services) or the Development Control Support Manager, in consultation with the Chair of the Sustainable Development Committee to approve any further application for planning permission validated within 12 months of the date of refusal of planning permission, provided that it duplicates the planning application, there has not been any material changes in circumstances in the relevant planning considerations and provided a satisfactory legal agreement or unilateral undertaking securing the obligations set out in the Report is completed within any specified period of time, be approved.

 

e)     That planning permission for conservation area consent application 00371/A(6)/CA2 for the extension of time for a further three years of planning permission reference 00371/A(6)/CA1 for the  ...  view the full minutes text for item 144.

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Bridge Road Depot, Pears Road, Hounslow pdf icon PDF 184 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Stephen Hissett, Planning Officer (agenda item 15)

 

Cathy Gallagher highlighted the main points in the report.

 

In response to questions, Nick Woods advised that he did not envisage a large increase in vehicle movements and that the proposals included a better layout for parking. Hours of use for vehicle washing facilities were restricted to 9-5 on week days and 9-1 at weekends.

 

Members voted unanimously in favour of the officer’s recommendation for approval.

 

Resolved:

 

That planning permission for planning application 00870/A/P1 for the erection of new two-storey B1 office building and depot, alterations to provide contractor’s administrative facilities, an incident control centre, training and amenity facilities for maintenance operatives, together with erection of salt barn at Bridge Road Depot, 173 Pears Road, Hounslow be approved, subject to the conditions set out in the Report and the Addendum Report.

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Guidance on national planning policies pdf icon PDF 72 KB

The following note is intended to supplement individual committee reports and provides guidance to Members on National Planning Policy for consideration in reaching decisions and/or providing comments on planning applications.

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Any other business, which the Chair considers urgent.

Minutes:

See Urgent Business (agenda item 18), details in the Addendum Report

 

Cathy Gallagher advised Members that the date in the resolution should be amended from September to October.

 

Members voted on the officer’s recommendation for approval, as follows:

 

For -               Councillors Bains, Barwood, Bruce, Cadbury, Curran, Dhillon, Grewal, Hughes, Jabbal, Sangha and Wilson

Against -       Councillors Fisher and O’Reilly

Abstain -       None

 

Resolved:

           

That an amendment to the Committee’s resolution on 29 October 2011 to grant planning permission for planning application 00503/B/P28 for the reinstatement of nine tennis courts with associated fencing, surfacing and floodlighting and the seasonal erection of a demountable dome so that the Public Realm contribution is £4,650 and the Sustainable Transport contribution is £18,600, with all other obligations from the resolution to remain unchanged be approved.

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The date of the next scheduled meeting is 26 April 2012