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9.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 126 KB

To confirm as a true record the Minutes of the meeting held on 30 June 2020

Minutes:

RESOLVED:

 

THAT the minutes of the meeting held on 30 June 2020 be confirmed.

10.

Declarations of Interest

To invite Members to declare any interest they might have in the matters on the agenda.

Minutes:

There were no declarations received at this stage.

11.

Public Question Time - 15 Minutes Maximum

Questions are restricted to matters not on the agenda. Questions must be delivered in writing or by electronic mail, to Democratic Services at democratic.services@iow.gov.uk no later than 4.00 pm on Friday, 18 September 2020 Each question must give the name and address of the questioner.

Minutes:

Name

Subject

Comment

Mr Edwards

Planning Ref 19/01426/FUL and 19/01415/OUT regarding the officers report and recommendation to the Planning Committee

The applicant was undertaking further Archaeology and Ecological investigation, which is a requirement prior to a recommendation being made to the Committee.

 

12.

Report of the Strategic Manager for Planning and Infrastructure pdf icon PDF 14 KB

Planning applications and related matters.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Consideration was given to items 1 - 2 of the report of the Strategic Manager for Planning and Infrastructure Delivery.

 

RESOLVED :

 

THAT the applications be determined as detailed below :

 

The reasons for the resolutions made in accordance with Officer recommendation were given in the Planning report.  Where resolutions are made contrary to Officer recommendation the reasons for doing so are contained in the minutes.

 

A schedule of additional representations received after the printing of the report were submitted at the beginning of the meeting and were drawn to the attention of Members when considering the application. A note is made to that effect in the minutes.

 

Application:

19/00921/FUL and 19/00922/OUT

Details:

19/00921/FUL

 

Land Off, Nicholson Road, Ryde.

 

Proposed infrastructure works in connection with outline for mixed use community hub and business park application 19/00922/OUT (Revised plans showing changes to the red line site/ location plans, proposed revised junction at the south west corner of the site and Smallbrook Lane, associated changes to internal road layout, drainage & landscaping, changes to proposed passing bays within Smallbrook Lane and the alignment of existing hedgerows. Additional off-site highway works related to the junctions between Great Preston Road and Nicholson Road and Great Preston Road and Smallbrook Lane. Additional information relating to ecology & nitrogen impacts, tree protection, highway impacts, rights of way works, drainage and landscaping. Updated design and access statement, design codes and building parameter plans.)(readvertised application)

 

19/00922/OUT

 

Land Off, Nicholson Road, Ryde.

 

Outline for mixed use community hub and business park comprising retail (A1), restaurant/cafe (A3), dwellings (C3), GP surgery (D1), leisure (D2), business (B1), general industrial (B2); formation of vehicular access (Revised plans showing changes to the red line site/ location plans, proposed revised junction at the south west corner of the site and Smallbrook Lane, associated changes to internal road layout, drainage & landscaping, changes to proposed passing bays within Smallbrook Lane and the alignment of existing hedgerows. Additional off-site highway works related to the junctions between Great Preston Road and Nicholson Road and Great Preston Road and Smallbrook Lane. Additional information relating to ecology & nitrogen impacts, tree protection, highway impacts, rights of way works, drainage and landscaping. Updated design and access statement, design codes and building parameter plans)(readvertised application)

Public Participants:

Ms Stella Davis (Objector)

Mr Phil Jordan (on behalf of Ryde Town Council)

Mr Kieran Rushe (Agent)

Mr Chris Ashman (Applicant)

Additional Representations:

Officers provided clarification regarding Ryde Town Council’s comments regarding the applications, there had been a few minor amendments to the proposed conditions and comments had been received regarding the strength of the bridge within Smallbrook Lane, Island Roads had confirmed no strengthening works were required.

Comment:

Councillor Michael Lilley spoke as Local Member on this item.

 

The Chairman had agreed to allow the Deputy Leader to speak to the Committee on this item.

 

Concern was raised regarding the road network and the reasons Island Roads had given in their submission, officers advised that phase three of the development would not proceed until improvements at the  ...  view the full minutes text for item 12.

13.

Motion submitted to Full Council 15 July 2020 pdf icon PDF 89 KB

To consider a Motion submitted to Full Council on 15 July 2020.

Minutes:

The Chairman read out the motion put forward by Councillor John Medland at Full Council on Wednesday, 15 July 2020.

 

This Council believes that the current procedure for the public consultation on the oil application planned for Arreton 20/00513/FUL is inadequate as it fails to comply with relevant legislative provisions. In particular, it appears that the current consultation procedure being followed is not proportionate to the potential impact of the development. Therefore, this Council believes that the procedure for the public consultation should be temporarily withdrawn and reintroduced at a time that allows (a) the public to inspect paper copies of the plans, (b) physical attendance at the Arreton Parish Council and IWC Planning Committees, (c) for all the normal rights of political association and public meetings and demonstration guaranteed under Article 11 of the Human Rights Act 1998, and (d) attendance by the members of the Planning Committee at a site visit.

 

Officers advised the committee on the process of advertising new applications being submitted during the pandemic and the emergency legislation that had been put in place. An error had been picked up and the consultation period had been extended to allow for comments, the site notice had been replaced a number of times to ensure residents were notified of the application.

 

A vote was taken and the result was:

 

RESOLVED:

 

      I.         THAT the motion be refused

 

    II.         THAT a covid-19 safe site visit would be arranged when the application was due to be considered by the Planning Committee

14.

Members' Question Time

A question must be submitted in writing or by electronic mail to democratic Services no later than 4.00pm on 21 September 2020.

Minutes:

Councillor Julie Jones-Evans asked if there was an update on the Newport Harbour Masterplan, Councillor Price advised that he believed a decision was imminent and he would keep members updated.