Agenda and minutes

Planning Committee
Thursday, 22 February 2018 10.00 a.m.

Venue: District Council Chamber, South Lakeland House, Kendal. View directions

Contact: Committee Services 

Note: Registration to Speak Deadline 00:01 a.m. on Tuesday Prior to the Meeting 

Items
No. Item

P/142

Minutes pdf icon PDF 269 KB

To authorise the Chairman to sign, as a correct record, the minutes of the meeting of the Committee held on 25 January 2018 (copy attached).

Minutes:

RESOLVED – That the Chairman be authorised to sign, as a correct record, the minutes of the meeting of the Committee held on 25 January 2018.

P/143

Declarations of Interest

To receive declarations by Members of interests in respect of items on this Agenda.

 

Members are reminded that, in accordance with the revised Code of Conduct, they are required to declare any disclosable pecuniary interests or other registrable interests which have not already been declared in the Council’s Register of Interests.  (It is a criminal offence not to declare a disclosable pecuniary interest either in the Register or at the meeting.)

 

Members may, however, also decide, in the interests of clarity and transparency, to declare at this point in the meeting, any such disclosable pecuniary interests which they have already declared in the Register, as well as any other registrable or other interests.

 

If a Member requires advice on any item involving a possible declaration of interest which could affect his/her ability to speak and/or vote, he/she is advised to contact the Monitoring Officer at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting.

Minutes:

RESOLVED – That it be noted that the following declarations of interest were made:-

 

(1)        Councillor Sheila Eccles with regard to Minute No. P/147 (Planning Application No. SL/2017/0841); and

 

(2)        Councillor Mary Wilson with regard to Minute Nos. P/151 (Planning Application No. SL/2017/0979) and P/155 (Planning Application No. SL/2017/0883).

P/144

Local Government Act 1972 - Excluded Items

To consider whether the items in Part II of the Agenda should be considered in the presence of the press and public.

Minutes:

RESOLVED – That should discussion be necessary, the items in Part II of the Agenda be dealt with following the exclusion of the press and public.

P/145

Public Participation

Any member of the public who wishes to ask a question, make representations or present a deputation or petition at this meeting should apply to do so prior to the start of the meeting.  Information on how to make the application can be obtained by viewing the Council’s Website www.southlakeland.gov.uk or by contacting the Committee Services Team on 01539 733333.

 

(1)        Planning Applications

 

            Planning applications for which requests to speak have been made.

 

(2)        Agenda Items

 

            Agenda items for which requests to speak have been made.

Minutes:

RESOLVED – That it be noted that applications to speak under the Council’s public participation scheme have been received in respect of the following items:-

 

(1)        Minute No. P/147 (Planning Application No. SL/2017/0841);

(2)        Minute No. P/151 (Planning Application No. SL/2017/0979);

(3)        Minute No. P/154 (Planning Application No. SL/2017/0997);

(4)        Minute No. P/155 (Planning Application No. SL/2017/0883); and

(5)        Minute No. P/156 (A Report on Monthly Enforcement Activity, Storth Machinery Ltd)

P/146

Planning Application No. SL/2018/0001 - Kendal - 149 Valley Drive pdf icon PDF 104 KB

To determine a planning application for a two storey side extension.

Minutes:

Two storey side extension (Mr S Thomas)

 

The Development Control Team Leader presented Planning Application No. SL/2018/0001 which sought planning permission to demolish an existing single garage and to erect a two storey side extension at 149 Valley Drive, Kendal. He displayed plans and photographs which detailed the proposals. He informed the Committee that the scale and design of the application would not cause significant harm to the visual or residential amenity of the area.

 

RESOLVED – That the application be granted subject to conditions below:-

 

Condition (1)   The development hereby permitted shall be commenced before the expiration of THREE YEARS from the date hereof.

 

Reason:           To comply with the requirements of Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 as amended by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.

 

Condition (2)   The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans:

 

• OS plan for 149 Valley Drive, LA9 7SE Scale 1:1250

• Proposed Floor Plan & Site Plan, Drawing No. P5

• Proposed Elevations, Drawing No. P3

• Landscape and Drainage, Drawing No. P7

 

Reason:           For the avoidance of doubt and in the interests of proper planning.

 

Condition (3)   The materials to be used in the construction of the external surfaces of the extension hereby permitted shall match those used in the existing building unless otherwise agreed in writing with the Local Planning Authority.

 

Reason:           To ensure the extension respects the design of the parent building in accordance with Policy CS8.10 of the South Lakeland Core Strategy and saved Policy S2 of the South Lakeland Local Plan.

P/147

Planning Application No. SL/2017/0841 - Preston Richard - Land north of Sycamore Close, Endmoor pdf icon PDF 244 KB

To determine a planning application for the erection of 106 dwellings with associated infrastructure.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Erection of 106 dwellings with associated infrastructure (Mr D Hayward (Story Homes))

 

Note – Councillor Sheila Eccles declared a non-pecuniary interest in this item due to having been contacted by the developer and, whilst she came to the meeting with an open mind, she had given consideration to the perception of bias. Councillor Eccles left the meeting during the discussion and voting on this item.

 

The Planning Officer presented Planning Application SL/2017/0841 which sought planning permission for 106 dwellings with associated infrastructure and landscaping works. He displayed photographs and plans which detailed the proposals.

 

Members’ attention was drawn to the late representations which had been circulated prior to the meeting.

 

Mr Glenn Smithers, a local resident, addressed the Committee. He explained he lived in close proximity to the new development and stated that he was not opposed to the development but objected to its scale and intensity. He highlighted concerns regarding the proposed landscape buffer to Sycamore Close and the uncertainty regarding ownership and maintenance. Mr Smithers stated that the proposed one metre border did not comply with the development brief and would not provide privacy to the new houses or to the existing properties on Sycamore Close. In addition he felt the development would be oppressive and unduly imposing to existing properties. He concluded by stating that the only way to ensure the maintenance of the southern boundary would be to ensure the entire length was maintained by a management company.

 

Mr David Boxford, a local resident, addressed the Committee. He informed the Committee that there had been extensive community involvement in assisting South Lakeland District Council and the Parish Council in the creation of the development brief. He stated that the removal of landscape features including the drumlins in the north-west corner of the site did not comply with the development brief and the applicant was cramming in as many houses as possible. Mr Boxford also voiced concerns regarding the lack of provision of a footpath link. He concluded by urging the Members to reject the planning application.

 

Joanne Jones, a local resident, addressed the Committee. She informed the Committee that the developer had submitted 29 revised documents within the last three days. She stated that she felt that the development was unsuited to the character of Endmoor and that the ‘off the peg’ house design was overly conspicuous and that the developer was putting profit before design excellence. She urged the Members to consider the development brief guidelines and for the southern boundary landscape proposals to be redrafted.

 

Mr David Hayward, the applicant, addressed the Committee. He stated that he welcomed the officer’s recommendation to approve the application. He informed the Committee that he felt that the application was fully compliant with the development brief and the feedback he had received from officers had confirmed this. He highlighted the resident’s concerns regarding the southern boundary and explained that the landscaping would be a 1.8 metre fence with planting. In conclusion Mr Hayward stated that the inclusion  ...  view the full minutes text for item P/147

P/148

Planning Obligations for Affordable Homes pdf icon PDF 209 KB

To consider the report on guidance for Members of the Planning Committee in respect of the weight and balance required when considering applications where affordable housing and planning obligations thresholds and vacant building credit may apply.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Principal Planning Officer presented the report on Planning Obligations for Affordable Homes.

 

RESOLVED – That

 

(1)        the report be noted; and

 

(2)        Members consider the guidance with regard to the weight to be attached to the documents as set out in paragraph 3.16 for the determination of relevant applications by the Local Planning Authority.

P/149

Planning Application No. SL/2017/0711 - Kendal - Sawyers Arms pdf icon PDF 148 KB

To determine a planning application for the conversion of a vacant public house and alterations/extension of redundant rear outbuildings to create 14 self-contained apartments.

 

Please also see Part II Appendix 1.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Conversion of a vacant public house and alteration/extension of redundant rear outbuildings to create 14 self-contained apartments (Mr J Brecknock (Luxus Property (Lake District) Limited))

 

The Planning Officer presented Planning Application No. SL/2017/0711 which sought planning permission for the conversion of a vacant public house and alteration/extension of redundant rear outbuildings to create 14 self-contained apartments. She displayed plans and photographs which outlined the proposals.

 

Members’ attention was drawn to the late representations which had been circulated prior to the meeting.

 

The Members gave consideration to the internal dimensions of the apartments and provision of external storage and raised concerns regarding the combined impact of the lack of storage and habitable living space on the amenity of future residents.

 

Members felt that a decision on the application should be deferred at this time in order to provide the developer an opportunity to address the concerns raised.

 

RESOLVED – That the application be deferred for further negotiations to take place with regard to the amenity available for future residents.

P/150

Planning Application No. SL/2017/0712 - Kendal - 133 Stricklandgate pdf icon PDF 132 KB

To determine a planning application for conversion of a vacant retail unit (Use Class A1), including raising the roof to form a second floor, to create six self-contained apartments (Use Class C3).

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Conversion of a vacant retail unit (use Class A1), including raising the roof to form a second floor, to create six self-contained apartments (Use Class C3) (Mr J Brecknock (Luxus Property Two Ltd))

 

The Planning Officer presented Planning Application No. SL/2017/0712 which sought permission for the conversion of a vacant retail unit including raising the roof to form a second floor to create six self-contained apartments. She displayed plans and photographs which outlined the proposals.

 

The Members, having given consideration to the previous Planning Application No. SL/2017/0711 which was linked to this Planning Application, felt similar concerns regarding the combined impact of the lack of storage and habitable living space on the amenity of future residents.

 

Members felt that a decision on the application should be deferred at this time in order to provide the developer an opportunity to address the concerns raised.

 

RESOLVED – That the application be deferred for further negotiations to take place with regard to the amenity available for future residents.

P/151

Planning Application No. SL/2017/0979 - Lower Allithwaite - Barn Hey Farm, Flookburgh Road, Allithwaite pdf icon PDF 137 KB

To determine a planning application for a residential development of 4 no. dwellings.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Residential Development (4no. dwellings) (Mr Michael Dixon)

 

Note – Councillor Mary Wilson declared a non-pecuniary interest in this item by virtue of the fact she was a Lower Allithwaite Parish Councillor. Councillor Wilson made a verbal representation under the Council’s public participation scheme and left the meeting during the discussion and voting on this item.

 

Councillor Pete McSweeney took the Chair for this item.

 

The Planning Officer presented Planning Application No. SL/2017/0979 which sought outline planning permission for the development of four dwellings at Barn Hey Farm, Flookburgh Road, Allithwaite. He displayed photographs and plans which detailed the proposals.

 

Members’ attention was drawn to the late representations which had been circulated prior to the meeting.

 

Councillor Mary Wilson addressed the Committee under the public participation scheme and highlighted the need for affordable homes in Allithwaite and requested that the number of affordable homes be protected within the land allocation site. She stated that the overall aspiration of the residents was to improve the links between the two sides of the village and this application was an opportunity to create a pedestrian link and improve pedestrian access. She urged the Members to consider adding a planning condition requiring the provision of a pedestrian linkage through the application site from the land to the north, which was allocated for residential development in Policy LA1.3 of the Land Allocations DPD, through to Flookburgh Road to the south.

 

In further presenting the report the Planning Officer stated that the principle of the residential development was supported by Officers. Officers agreed that pedestrian access would be desirable, however it was not reasonably necessary to make the development acceptable in planning terms. In the late representations Cumbria County Council Highways had stated that the wish for a footpath was noted and welcomed, but was not necessary to make the current development acceptable. However, Highways had suggested that consideration should be given to the addition of a planning condition requiring that a 2.5m strip of land be retained and safeguarded to enable the provision of a safe pedestrian access through the application site should this be required as part of any future planning application for the development of the residential land allocation. It was proposed by the Planning Officer that such a planning condition was not reasonably justifiable given the scale and nature of the current development proposals and that to make any decision at this time regarding the potential requirements of any development of the land allocation for residential development would be premature. The Planning Officer therefore proposed that an informative be included to highlight the importance and implications of the matter, including the potential to require such a pedestrian access as part of the delivery of the wider residential land allocation.

 

RESOLVED –That outline planning permission be granted subject to the following conditions:-

 

Condition (1)   The development to which this permission relates must be   begun not later than whichever is the later of the following dates:

a)         FIVE YEARS from the date of this  ...  view the full minutes text for item P/151

P/152

Planning Application No. SL/2017/1039 - Grange-over-Sands - The Studio, Grange Promenade pdf icon PDF 145 KB

To determine a planning application for the change of use of an artist studio (Use class Sui Generis) to café (Use class A3) and erection of adjacent toilet building.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Change of use of artist studio (use class Sui Generis) to café (use class A3) and erection of adjacent toilet building (Mr Mark Walmsley)

 

The Planning Officer presented Planning Application No. SL/2017/1039 which sought permission for the change of use of a detached building located on Grange-over-Sands promenade from an artist’s studio to a café and for the erection of a detached toilet building. She displayed photographs and plans which outlined the proposals.

 

Members’ attention was drawn to the late representations which had been circulated prior to the meeting.

 

The Planning Officer confirmed that the site was located in a sustainable location within the development boundary for Grange-over-Sands and as a small scale food and drink establishment it would not harm the viability of the established town centre and would not have a harmful impact on the designated open space.

 

RESOLVED –That planning permission be granted subject to the following conditions:-

 

Condition (1)   The development hereby permitted shall begin not later than three years from the date of this decision.

 

Reason            To comply with the requirements of Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 as amended by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.

 

Condition (2)   The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans as submitted to the Local Planning Authority on 24 January 2018:

907-2-2d Plan and elevation as proposed (1:100/ 50)

 

Reason            For the avoidance of doubt and in the interests of proper planning.

 

Condition (3)   The development hereby permitted shall be constructed entirely of materials details of which are shown on plan No. 907-2-2d Plan and elevation as proposed (1:100/ 50) as submitted to the Local Planning Authority on 24 January 2018.

 

Reason            To ensure the development is of a high quality design in accordance with Policy CS8.10 of the South Lakeland Core Strategy and saved Policy S2 of the South Lakeland Local Plan. 

 

Condition (4)   No site clearance, preparatory work or development shall take place unless in accordance with the scheme for the protection of the retained trees and the appropriate working methods (the arboricultural method statement) in accordance with Clause 7 of British Standard BS5837 - Trees in Relation to Construction – Recommendations. The tree protection measures shall be carried out as described and approved in the Arboricultural method Statement prepared by Treescapes Consultancy Ltd and submitted to the Local Planning Authority on 21 December 2017, and shall be maintained until the development is completed.

 

Reason            These details are required to be approved before the commencement of development to ensure the protection and retention of important landscape features in accordance with Policy CS8.1 of the South Lakeland Core Strategy.

 

Condition (5)   Prior to the commencement of development, the design and siting of a litter bin shall be submitted to and agreed in writing with the Local Planning Authority. The bin should be installed before the use commences and provided at all times that the use is open, in accordance with the  ...  view the full minutes text for item P/152

P/153

Planning Application No. SL/2017/1088 - Grange-over-Sands - Hampsfell House Hotel, Hampsfell Road pdf icon PDF 96 KB

To determine a planning application for the erection of a dwelling for hotel manager accommodation.

Minutes:

This application was withdrawn prior to the commencement of the meeting.

P/154

Planning Application No. SL/2017/0997 - Ulverston - Former Public WC, Priory Road pdf icon PDF 116 KB

To determine a planning application for change of use and extension of a former public convenience to a hot food takeaway (Use class A3/A5) with associated parking, external seating area and new vehicular access.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Change of use and extension of former public convenience to a hot food takeaway (use class A3/A5) with associated parking, external seating area and new vehicular access (Mr Tony Postlethwaite)

 

The Principal Planning Officer presented Planning Application No. SL/2017/0997 which sought permission to convert and extend the former public conveniences on Priory Road, Ulverston to a hot food takeaway. She displayed plans and photographs which outlined the proposals.

 

Members’ attention was drawn to the late representations which had been circulated prior to the meeting.

 

Mr Kim Tullett, on behalf of Hough Tullett Associates, addressed the Committee. He referred to a map which was displayed by officers and which outlined the cluttered hot food takeaway provision in Ulverston. He emphasised that the application was for a fish and chip shop on the southside of Ulverston which would be a family business employing two full-time and four part-time staff and in addition it would offer an apprenticeship scheme with the local college. He concluded by stating that the applicant was aware of the concerns regarding litter and would introduce a management system for the control of neighbourhood nuisance issues

 

In further presenting the report the Principal Planning Officer highlighted that the property was situated on a busy road south of Ulverston and highway issues had been a consideration. However, there would be the provision and maintenance of visibility splays and off road customer parking for eight cars during opening hours.

 

Members requested clarification regarding the mechanical extraction system for the cooking range.

 

RESOLVED – That planning permission be granted subject to the following conditions:-

 

Condition (1)   The development hereby permitted shall be commenced before the expiration of THREE YEARS from the date hereof.

 

Reason            To comply with the requirements of Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 as amended by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.

 

Condition (2)   The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans:

Drawing Numbers 491/sk3; 491/02 and 491/03.

 

Reason            For the avoidance of doubt and in the interests of proper planning.

 

Condition (3)   The hot food takeaway business hereby permitted shall not be open to customers other than between the following hours:-

11:00 – 21:30  Mondays – Sundays

 

Reason            To safeguard the amenity of the neighbouring residents in accordance with National Planning Policy Framework para 17 Core Principles and para 123.

 

Condition (4)   All hard and soft landscape works shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details.  The works shall be carried out before any part of the development is occupied or in accordance with a programme to be agreed in writing with the Local Planning Authority prior to any development commencing.  Any trees / shrubs which are removed, die, become severely damaged or diseased within five years of their planting shall be replaced in the next planting season with trees / shrubs of similar size and species to those originally required to be planted unless the Local Planning Authority gives written  ...  view the full minutes text for item P/154

P/155

Planning Application No. SL/2017/0883 - Lower Allithwaite - Lakeland Leisure Park, Moor Lane, Flookburgh pdf icon PDF 165 KB

To determine a planning application for the installation of bases for 85 static caravans and associated infrastructure.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Installation of bases for 85 static caravans and associated infrastructure, Lakeland Leisure Park, Moor Lane, Flookburgh (Bourne Leisure Limited)

 

The Principal Planning Officer presented Planning Application No. SL/2017/0883 which sought permission for the extension of an established holiday park comprising of the installation of 85 bases for the siting of static caravans and associated infrastructure including access roads, services and landscaping. She displayed photographs and plans which outlined the proposals.

 

Members’ attention was drawn to the late representations which had been circulated prior to the meeting.

 

Councillor Caroline Johnson, a Lower Allithwaite Parish Councillor, addressed the Committee. She stated that in 2004 planning permission had been granted for 993 pitches and that some of these pitches had not yet been filled and the applicant was requesting consent for an additional 85 pitches sited on part of the golf course. She highlighted local concerns regarding the further expansion of the site, the scale of the development, the volume of traffic and the vehicular access to and from the site. She stated that the roads were congested and falling apart. She concluded by encouraging South Lakeland District Council to introduce a Community Infrastructure Levy charge on static caravan units and in addition to levy a charge on caravan and lodge owners, which would create considerable revenue for the Council.

 

Councillor Robert Fowler, a Lower Allithwaite Parish Councillor, addressed the Committee. He outlined his concerns regarding the inadequacy of the footpath and the increase in the volume of traffic. He highlighted the need for a construction management plan to avoid a detrimental impact on the community at peak construction times.

 

Rachel Davies, the applicant’s agent, addressed the Committee. She stated that the Lakeland Leisure Park formed an important part of Bourne Leisure’s holiday park business and that last year Lakeland Leisure Park had employed 250 staff, of which 180 were from the local community. She confirmed that the application was for 85 static and lodge pitches which would result in a net gain of 18 pitches. However, the applicant had noted the concerns of the Parish Councils and had agreed to commit to the removal of 18 existing pitches, therefore the current application would not result in a net increase. She highlighted the applicant’s commitment to develop a footway improvement scheme along Moor Lane and to develop a Construction and Environmental Management Plan to monitor and minimise disruption to the local residents during the construction period. She concluded by informing the Committee that the Leisure Park made a positive contribution to the local area and encouraged Members to support the Officer recommendation and approve this important investment in South Lakeland’s tourism offer.

 

In further presenting the report the Principal Planning Officer informed the Committee that the application was of an appropriate scale and form which would not result in any significant landscape and visual impacts. The proposed layout incorporated a series of landscapes areas and a new landscaped bund would be installed prior to the static caravans being sited. The applicant had agreed  ...  view the full minutes text for item P/155

P/156

A Report on Monthly Enforcement Activity pdf icon PDF 316 KB

To consider an update on planning enforcement activity.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Development Control Team Leader introduced the Monthly Enforcement Report and provided an update which related to Storth Machinery Ltd, Burtlands, Moss Lane, Burton in Kendal. The report informed Members of the enforcement investigations, the breaches of planning control and proposed action. He displayed plans and photographs which outlined the development and referred to the site visit. He confirmed that the development had been carried out on site, was not strictly in accordance with the approved plans, was in breach of conditions attached to Planning Application No. SL/2015/0267 and without the benefit of Planning Permission.

 

The Development Control Team Leader outlined the breaches of Planning Control and Members’ attention was drawn to the late representations which were circulated prior to the meeting.

 

Mr Ian Betley, a local resident, addressed the Committee. He stated that Storth Machinery had been in breach of all nine conditions which had been in place to protect his amenity. He highlighted the intrusive nature and the misery caused to him and his family by the vehicle reversing alarms, which were heard six days a week from early morning, and the proximity of the vehicles to his boundary. He informed the Committee that he felt that there had been a maladministration of the enforcement and he would be submitting his report to the ombudsman. Mr Betley highlighted the documented flood plan and stated that the plan failed to address the issue of on and off site flooding and that the remedial work to solve the issue of water flow from the east only helped Storth Machinery and actually increased the flooding risk to his property.

 

In further presenting the report the Development Control Leader explained that in January the Local Lead Flood Authority had confirmed that the planning breaches did not exacerbate the risk of flooding. He confirmed that now the industrial building was fully operational a further noise impact study had been requested.

 

The Members gave consideration to the impact of the planning control breaches on Mr Betley and the enforcement actions taken by the Officers.

 

The Development Control Team Leader presented the other sections of the report on monthly enforcement activity. He informed the Committee that the enforcement activity figures at Appendix 2 to the report were unavailable this month due to a technical glitch.

 

RESOLVED – That

 

(1)        the contents of Appendix 1 to the report be noted;

 

(2)        3.2 of the report on monthly enforcement be noted; and

 

(3)        the Officers to report back to the Planning Committee in respect of Storth Machinery with an update on any outstanding breaches at the April meeting.

P/157

Planning Performance and Appeals Update pdf icon PDF 232 KB

To consider an update on performance measures and recent appeals as at 13 February 2018.

Minutes:

Members were presented with the Planning Performance and Appeals Update report.

 

The Development Control Leader drew Members attention to the recent success at a Planning Inspectorate Inquiry in January 2018 regarding Planning Application No. SL/2016/0582 Land to the south of Underbarrow Road. Members requested that their congratulations to the Principal Planning Officer Fiona Clark be noted.

 

RESOLVED – That the report and the contents of Appendices 1 and 2 to the report be noted.

P/158

Press and Public

Minutes:

RESOLVED - That, under Section 100(A)(4) of the Local Government Act 1972, the press and public be excluded from the meeting for the following item of business on the grounds that it involves the likely disclosure of exempt information as defined in Part 1 of Schedule 12 A of the Act as amended by the Local Government (Access to Information) (Variation) Order 2006 by virtue of the paragraph indicated.

P/159

Legal Advice regarding Sir John Barrow Way - Ulverston - SL/2016/1109

To consider the advice provided following consultation with Counsel in relation to the appeal brought by Oakmere Homes.

Minutes:

Members gave consideration to the legal advice in relation to Planning Application No. SL/2016/1109 (Sir John Barrow Way, Ulverston).

 

RESOLVED – That

 

(1)        the advice contained within the report be noted; and

 

(2)        recommendation (2) of the Part II report be agreed.

P/160

Re-Admission of Press and Public

Minutes:

RESOLVED – That the press and public be re-admitted to the meeting.