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Agenda, decisions and minutes

Venue: Council Chamber, County Hall, Mold CH7 6NA

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No. Item

50.

Declarations of Interest

Additional documents:

Decision:

There were no declarations of interest. 

Minutes:

            There were no declarations of interest. 

51.

Late Observations

Additional documents:

Decision:

There were no late observations.

Minutes:

            There were no late observations.

52.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 58 KB

To confirm as a correct record the minutes of the meeting held on 9 January 2019.

Additional documents:

Decision:

That, subject to the amendment listed above, the minutes be approved as a true and correct record and signed by the Chairman.

Minutes:

The draft minutes of the meeting held on 9 January 2019 were submitted.

 

The Senior Solicitor advised of an amendments to page 5 of the minutes that the wording ‘personal or prejudicial’ should be amended to read ‘personal and prejudicial’. 

 

RESOLVED:

 

That, subject to the amendment listed above, the minutes be approved as a true and correct record and signed by the Chairman.

53.

Items to be deferred

Additional documents:

Decision:

None were recommended by officers.

Minutes:

None were recommended by officers.

 

Councillor Mike Peers asked to raise a point on process.  He thanked the Senior Solicitor for the advice he had received prior to the start of the meeting but   raised his disappointment that an outline application for the demolition of 81 Drury Lane with officer recommendation for refusal had not been included on the agenda for the meeting.  He explained that he had received a copy of the draft agenda on 28th January which he had subsequently shared with local residents, but had since learnt that correspondence outlining legal opinion of the application had been submitted at a late stage from the applicant and therefore a decision had been made to defer the item from the agenda.  He raised concerns that this had further delayed consideration of the application, which he had first responded to in September 2018 and felt that the application should have remained on the agenda for a decision on its deferral to be made by the Planning Committee.

 

The Chief Officer (Planning, Environment & Economy) outlined the process in dealing with applications being submitted to the Planning Committee.  He explained that two weeks prior to the Committee meeting a list of applications that were in a position to be brought forward for consideration were provided to the Chair and Vice-Chair. This allowed time for all interested parties who had made representations on an application to be contacted with the Committee date for them to make themselves available to speak at the meeting, if they so wished.  The exception in the case of the application referred to by Councillor Peers, was the submission of significant late information from the applicant prior to the agenda items being published on the Council’s website.  Officers did not feel it was safe to include the application on the agenda without the opportunity to take into account that information and therefore withdrew it from the agenda prior to its publication.       

54.

Reports of Chief Officer (Planning, Environment & Economy)

The reports of the Chief Officer (Planning, Environment & Economy) are enclosed.

 

Additional documents:

Decision:

That decisions be recorded as shown on the Planning Application schedule attached as an appendix.

Minutes:

RESOLVED:

 

That decisions be recorded as shown on the Planning Application schedule attached as an appendix.

54a

058544 - A - Full Application - Residential Development of 30 No. Affordable Apartments for People Aged Over 55 Associated Access, Parking and Demolition of Former Albion Hotel at Albion Social Club, Pen y Llan, Connah's Quay. pdf icon PDF 144 KB

As in report.

Additional documents:

Decision:

That planning permission be granted subject to the applicant entering into a Section 106 Obligation, and subject to the conditions set out in the report, in line with the officer’s recommendation.

54b

058957 - A - Full Application - Demolition of Existing Outbuilding, Installation of New Fuel Tanks, 45,000 Litres (Petrol), 30,000 Litres (Diesel), New Canopy, Extension to Existing Sales Building, New Freestanding ATM, With Associated Parking, Cycle Parking and Other Associated Works at Chester Road, Oakenholt, Flint pdf icon PDF 111 KB

As in Report

Additional documents:

Decision:

That planning permission be granted, subject to the conditions set out in the report, in line with officer’s recommendations.

Minutes:

That planning permission be granted, subject to the conditions set out in the report, in line with officer’s recommendations.

54c

059055 - A - Full Application - Proposed Erection of 78 Dwelling Including Highways, Public Open Space, Landscaping and All Associated Works at Chester Road, Oakenholt pdf icon PDF 91 KB

As in Report

Additional documents:

Decision:

That planning permission be granted, subject to the conditions set out in the report, in line with officer’s recommendations.

54d

General Matters - Objection to Tree Preservation Order No 320 Land at Daisy Bank Farm (North) Chester Road, Penyffordd pdf icon PDF 53 KB

As in Report

Additional documents:

Decision:

That the Tree Preservation Order No. 320 (2018) Land at Daisy Bank Farm (North) Chester Road, Penyffordd be confirmed without modification; and

 

That the Tree Preservation Order No. 321 (2018) Land at Daisy Bank Farm (North) Chester Road, Penyffordd be confirmed without modification; and

 

54e

3202253 - Erection of a Timber Building at Erwau Cottage, Pant-y-Ffordd, Treuddyn pdf icon PDF 68 KB

As in report.

Additional documents:

Decision:

For information, the Enforcement Notice was upheld.

Minutes:

For information, the Enforcement Notice was upheld.

55.

Members of the Public and Press in Attendance

Additional documents:

Minutes:

On commencement of the meeting, there were three members of the public and one member of the press in attendance.

 

 

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