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18 04 2006

                               
                                 Subject to Approval
 
                A MEETING OF THE REGULATORY BOARD
                             WAS HELD ON 18 APRIL 2006
 
The Mayor (Councillor Burgess)(ex-officio), Chairman of Policy and Organisation Board (Councillor Hook)(ex-officio), Councillors Allen, Carr (P), Clinton (P), Davis (P), Edwards (P), Farr (P), Foster (P), Smith (P), Taylor (P) and Train (P).
 
 
209
APOLOGIES
 
 
Apologies for inability to attend the meeting were received from Councillor Allen.
 
 
210
DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
 
 
There were no Declarations of Interest.
 
 
211
MINUTES
 
 
RESOLVED:  That the Minutes of the Regulatory Board meeting held on 14 March 2006 be approved and signed by the Chairman as a true and correct record.
 
 
212
DEPUTATIONS
 
 
No deputations had been received.
 
 
213
PUBLIC QUESTIONS
 
 
No public questions had been received.
 
214
REPORTS OF THE DEVELOPMENT SERVICES MANAGER
 
 
The Development Services Manager submitted a report on applications received for planning consent setting out the recommendation in each case (a copy of which is attached in the Minute Book as Appendix ‘A’).
 
 
RESOLVED:  That the decisions be taken on each application for planning consent as detailed below:
 
 
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K4604/8 – DEMOLITION OF EXISTING BUILDINGS AND ERECTION OF TWO DETACHED HOUSES AND DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE (as amplified by letter dated 23.02.06 and amended by plans received 05.04.06)
 
16 Kings Road Lee-On-The-Solent Hampshire PO13 9NU 
 
 
RESOLVED:  That planning application K4604/8 – 16 Kings Road Lee-On-The-Solent Hampshire be approved subject to Section 106 Agreement relating to the payment of a commuted sum towards the provision and/or improvement of outdoor playing space and subject to the conditions set out in the report of the Development Services Manager, for the following reason:
 
 
i.
Having regard to the provisions of Section 38(6) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 and all other material considerations, the development as proposed is acceptable in this location. It is of an appropriate design and will not have a detrimental impact on the character of the area or Daedalus Conservation Area. It will not have any detrimental impact on the amenities of adjoining and prospective residents or highway safety. As such the proposal complies with Policies BE1, H5, T6 and RL10 of the Gosport Borough Local Plan and Policies R/DP1, R/T11 and R/OS7 of the Gosport Borough Local Plan Review.
 
 
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K6489/6 – CONVERSION TO FORM THREE NO.1 BED FLATS AND ERECTION OF FIRST FLOOR SIDE EXTENSION (as amplified by letter dated 05.03.06 and amended by plans received 03.04.06)
 
59A Brockhurst Road  Gosport  Hampshire  PO12 3AP 
 
 
RESOLVED:  That planning application K6489/6 – 59A Brockhurst Road Gosport Hampshire be approved subject to Section 106 Agreement relating to the payment of a commuted sum towards the provision and/or improvement of outdoor playing space and subject to the conditions set out in the report of the Development Services Manager, for the following reason:
 
 
i.
That having regard to the provisions of Section 38(6) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 and all other material considerations, the development as proposed is acceptable in this location and will not have any detrimental impact on the amenities of the area, adjoining and prospective residents or highway safety. As such the proposal complies with Policies BE1, H5, H9, T6 and RL10 of the Gosport Borough Local Plan and Policies R/DP1, R/H7, R/T11 and R/OS7 of the Gosport Borough Local Plan Review.
 
 
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K17040 – CONVERSION OF SINGLE DWELLING INTO 3NO. FLATS AND ALTERATIONS INCLUDING TWO STOREY FRONT EXTENSION, FIRST FLOOR SIDE EXTENSION AND PORCH (as amplified by letter dated 26.03.06 and amended by plans received 05.04.06) (CONSERVATION AREA)
 
63 Crescent Road  Gosport  Hampshire  PO12 2DN  
 
 
Members were advised that a further 6 letters of objection had been received. Issues raised in the letters included concern that the new development would be out of character with the rest of the area, that car-parking and driveway space would be inadequate and that the development would overlook and overshadow the neighbouring dwellings. Members were informed that these issues were addressed in the Report of the Development Services Manager.
 
 
In relation to further issues raised in letters, Members were advised that additional noise levels would not present a problem as a number of trees and shrubs were to be retained onsite, and there was a 1.8 metre high boundary fence line down either side of the driveway. With regard to concerns that the roofline would obstruct the view from no. 66, Members were informed that the separation distance between the properties exceeded the residential guidelines as set out in the Local Plan.  Another issue raised was that the mass and density of development on this small plot would be unacceptable. Members were advised that the density of the scheme would equal 44 Dwellings per Hectare, which was within the threshold of 50 dpa as set out within Policy R/H4 of the Gosport Borough Local Plan Review. Finally, in response to the objection that the development would set a precedent for future overdevelopment in the Conservation Area, Members were assured that each case would continue to be looked at on its individual merits.
 
 
In answer to a question, Officers confirmed the height of the Eastern flank wall and advised that the outlook from Fort Cottage would not be adversely affected by the proposal.
 
 
RESOLVED:  That planning application K17040 – 63 Crescent Road  Gosport  be approved subject to the conditions set out in the report of the Development Services Manager, for the following reason:
 
 
i.
That having regard to the provisions of Section 38(6) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 and all other material considerations, the development as proposed is acceptable in this location. It is of an appropriate design and will enhance the character and appearance of the Anglesey Conservation Area. It will not have any detrimental impact on the amenities of adjoining and prospective residents or highway safety. As such the proposal complies with Policies BE1, BE3, BE9, H5, H9, T6 and RL10 of the Gosport Borough Local Plan and Policies R/DP1, R/DP7, R/BH1, R/H7, R/T11 and R/OS7 of the Gosport Borough Local Plan Review.
 
 
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K16760/3 - RETENTION OF EXISTING WORKS AND FURTHER WORKS FOR THE ERECTION OF TWO DETACHED DWELLINGS AND ONE DOUBLE DETACHED GARAGE/CAR PORT AND FRONT BOUNDARY WALL (as amplified by plans received 29 March 2006 and details and samples received 5 April 2006)
 
1-2 Highbank Cottages  Shoot Lane  Lee-on-the-Solent  Hants  PO13 9PA  
 
 
RESOLVED:  That planning application K16760/3 – 1-2 Highbank Cottages  Shoot Lane  Lee-on-the-Solent be approved subject to the conditions set out in the report of the Development Services Manager, for the following reason:
 
 
         i.
That having regard to the provisions of Section 38(6) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 and all other material considerations, the development for two replacement dwellings is acceptable in this countryside location.  It is of an appropriate design and will not have a significant detrimental impact on highway safety or the rural character and amenities of the area.  As such, the proposal complies with Policies BE1, H5, T6, CY1 and of the Gosport Borough Local Plan and Policies R/DP1, R/T11 and R/OS1 of the Gosport Borough Local Plan Review.
 
 
 
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ANY OTHER ITEMS
 
 
Councillor Taylor thanked all the Members of the Board and the Officers for their hard work and assistance during the year.
 
 
 
The meeting commenced at 6.00pm and concluded at 6.11pm
 
 
 
 
CHAIRMAN
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