Hounslow Council


Agenda and minutes

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

Contact: Wendy Merry on 020 8583 2061 or Email: wendy.merry@hounslow.gov.uk 

Items
No. Item

1.

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

Minutes:

All Members had received communications in connection with items 4, 5 & 6. Councillor Louki declared that he was a Council nominated trustee on the Isleworth & Hounslow’s Charity, who had made an objection in relation to item 9. Councillors Lambert and K.Malik had visited the site for item 6 and met the owner of the land.

2.

Minutes of the meeting held on 9 February 2017 pdf icon PDF 127 KB

Minutes:

The minutes of the meeting held on 9 February 2017 (agenda item 3) were agreed.

3.

37 - 45 Hounslow Road, Feltham pdf icon PDF 393 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Matthew Rees, Planning Officer (agenda item 4) and the Addendum Report

 

Richard Quelch and Herbert Lui spoke in support of the application and Alan Brown spoke in objection.

 

Matthew Rees, Planning Officer, presented the report.

 

Members were concerned about the management of coaches and the swept path analysis for coaches turning into Hounslow Road from Harlington Road West and into and out of the site. They were also concerned about the junction with Harlington Road East and felt that there was no plan in place if coaches missed the turning to the hotel. Other concerns were in relation to the lack of information provided about the end user.

 

Councillor Collins moved deferral, which was seconded by Councillor N.Malik and Members voted as follows:

 

For -               Councillors Anderson, Collins, Grewal, Hughes, Khan, Lee, Louki, K. Malik, N.Malik, O’Reilly, Rajawat and Whatley 

Against -       Councillor Lambert

Abstain -       None

 

Resolved:

 

That planning permission for planning application 00631/Z/P3 for the redevelopment of the site to provide a three-storey, plus basements, 151 bed apartment/hotel with 45 car parking, 28 cycle parking spaces, refuse/recycling area and associated landscaping following the demolition of existing properties at Hounslow Road be deferred to allow for a workable transport arrangement to be demonstrated in particular with respect to coaches travelling to and from the site including access arrangements and sufficient information about the end user to be provided.

 

(Councillor Chopra joined the meeting at this point).

4.

Land forming part of the former Western International Market, Southall Lane, Hounslow, pdf icon PDF 395 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Matthew Rees, Planning Officer (agenda item 5) and the Addendum Report

 

Vilna Walsh spoke in support of the application and Helen Kinsman and Neil Daniels spoke in objection.

 

(Members moved suspension of standing orders to continue the business on the agenda at this point in the meeting).

 

Matthew Rees presented the report.

 

Members felt that more mitigation was required due to the sensitivity of the neighbouring businesses and that Virtus and Costco should be analysed in the context of being ‘sensitive receptors’. They also felt that the Quattro site should operate to the same standards as the Council’s own site and that monitoring figures relating to the air quality and dust should be provided.

 

Councillor Rajawat moved deferral. Councillor Louki seconded the motion and Members voted as follows:

 

For -               Councillors Anderson, Chopra, Collins, Hughes, Lambert, Lee, Louki, K.Malik, Rajawat, O’Reilly and Whatley 

Against -       Councillors Grewal and N.Malik

Abstain -       Councillor Khan

 

Resolved:

 

That planning permission for planning application 01032/E/P44 for the erection of a construction and demolition waste recycling facility, concrete batching plant and associated weighbridge, weighbridge office and welfare facilities, storage bays, car and HGV parking and use of land for fleet parking for a temporary period of three years be deferred to allow for more mitigation to be provided due to the sensitivity of the neighbouring businesses and more information to be provided in relation to air quality and dust emissions and the way in which they are monitored.

5.

Land rear of 117 & 119 West Way, Hounslow pdf icon PDF 281 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Melek Ergen, Planning Officer (agenda item 6) and the Addendum Report

 

Ellen Timmins spoke in support of the application and Raj Dhir and Jan Hunt spoke in objection.

 

Robert Coomber, Area Manager, highlighted the main points in the report and amendments in the addendum report. He advised that additional conditions in relation to details of the street lighting and the gating and protection should also be added and possibly a condition to ensure obscure glazing.

 

Councillor Louki moved approval, which was seconded by Councillor Lambert and Members voted in favour of the applications, as follows:

 

For -               Councillors Anderson, Grewal, Hughes, Khan, Lambert, Louki, N. Malik and Whatley 

Against -       None

Abstain -       Councillors Collins, Lee, K. Malik, O’Reilly and Rajawat

 

Resolved:

 

a)    That planning permission for planning application 01193/Z/P2 for the erection of nine dwellings with associated access and car parking, following the demolition of 117 & 119 West Way and all other existing buildings on the site at land at the rear of 117 & 119 West Way, Heston be approved, subject to the conditions set out in the report and the addendum report.

b)    That additional conditions in relation to details of the street lighting, the gating and protection and a condition to ensure obscure glazing be added.

6.

Dudley House Nursing Home, The Grove, Isleworth pdf icon PDF 504 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Melek Ergen, Planning Officer (agenda item 7) and the Addendum Report

 

Robert Coomber presented the report.

 

Councillor Rajawat moved approval, which was seconded by Councillor N. Malik and Members voted in favour of the applications, as follows:

 

For -               Councillors Anderson, Chopra, Collins, Grewal, Hughes, Khan, Lambert, K. Malik, N. Malik, Rajawat and Whatley 

Against -       None

Abstain -       Councillors Lee, Louki and O’Reilly

 

Resolved:

 

That planning permission for planning application 00523/C/P15 for the change of use of existing nursing home (c2) to residential (c3) to provide 17 flats with a roof extension and first and second storey rear extensions and associated parking and landscaping at Dudley House Nursing Home, The Grove, Isleworth be approved, subject to the conditions set out in the report and the addendum report and the prior completion of a satisfactory S.106 agreement as set out in section 10.0 of the report and heads of terms as set out in section 7.54 of the report.

7.

Tyburn House, Dick Turpin Way, Feltham pdf icon PDF 261 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Matthew Rees, Planning Officer (agenda item 8)

 

Matthew Rees presented the report.

 

Councillor Rajawat moved the officer’s recommendation for approval, which was seconded by Councillor Chopra and Members voted unanimously in favour of the application.

 

Resolved:

 

That planning permission for planning application 01380/A/P10 for the variation of condition 1 (time limit) to allow the temporary building to remain in place until 5 January 2020 of planning permission 01380/A/P6 approved 21/08/2013 for the erection of a temporary warehouse building to the rear of the premises at Tyburn House, Dick Turpin Way, Feltham be approved, subject to the conditions set out in the report.

8.

Nantley House, 33 Lampton Road, Hounslow pdf icon PDF 948 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

See report by Kiri Shuttleworth, Planning Officer (agenda item 9) and the Addendum Report

 

Robert Coomber presented the report and drew Members’ attention to an additional condition in the addendum report.

 

Councillor N. Malik moved the officer’s recommendation for approval, which was seconded by Councillor Chopra and Members voted in favour of the application as follows:

 

For -               Councillors Anderson, Chopra, Collins, Grewal, Hughes, Khan, K. Malik, N. Malik, O’Reilly, Rajawat and Whatley 

Against -       Councillors Louki and Lee

Abstain -       Councillor Lambert

 

 

Resolved:

 

That planning permission for planning application 00676/33/S6 for the demolition of existing vacant/redundant single-storey building and erection of a building up to eight storeys comprising 74 flats on the upper floors and commercial A2/D1 commercial uses on the ground floor at Nantly House, 33 Lampton Road, Hounslow be approved, subject to the conditions set out in the report and the addendum report and the prior completion of a satisfactory S.106 agreement as set out in section 13.0 of the report and heads of terms as set out in section 9.5 of the report.

9.

Addendum Report pdf icon PDF 284 KB

An Addendum Report is likely to be produced closer to the meeting date, with any additional information.

Minutes:

The report was noted.

10.

Monitoring Update Report pdf icon PDF 149 KB

Minutes:

See report by the Head of Development Management (agenda item 11)

 

The report was noted.

11.

Any other business, which the Chair considers urgent

Minutes:

There was no such urgent business.

12.

The date of the next meeting is 6 April 2017

Minutes:

The date of the next meeting was noted.