Agenda and minutes

Planning Sub-Committee A
Wednesday 7 October 2015 5.30 pm

Venue: Meeting room G02, 160 Tooley Street, London SE1 2QH

Contact: Gerald Gohler, Constitutional Officer  Tel: 020 7525 7420, Email:  gerald.gohler@southwark.gov.uk

Items
No. Item

1.

Introduction and welcome

2.

Apologies

3.

Confirmation of voting members

    A representative of each political group will confirm the voting members of the committee.

    Minutes:

    The members of the committee present were confirmed as the voting members.

     

    The legal officer explained that there had been one apology and that there was one vacancy on the committee, which was the reason why two reserves were present. 

4.

Disclosure of Members' interests and dispensations

5.

Items of business that the Chair deems urgent

    The chair to advise whether they have agreed to any item of urgent business being admitted to the agenda.

    Minutes:

    The chair gave notice of the following additional papers circulated prior to the meeting:

     

    • Addendum report relating to item 7 - development management items
    • Members’ pack of additional drawing and photographs

     

6.

Minutes

7.

Development management items

7.1

7 COURT LANE, LONDON SE21 7DH

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    Planning application reference number: 15/AP/1426 

     

    Report: see pages 11 to 25 of the agenda pack and page 1 of the addendum report.

     

    PROPOSAL

     

    Construction of new basement; erection of rear, single-storey L-shaped extension; and erection of rear, dormer roof extension.

     

    The sub-committee heard an introduction to the report from a planning officer who also highlighted the additional comments in the addendum report. Members did not ask questions of the officer.

     

    A spokesperson for the objectors addressed the meeting. Members asked questions of the objectors.

     

    The applicant’s agent addressed the meeting. Members asked questions of the applicant’s agent. 

     

    There were no supporters of the development living within 100 metres of it, who wished to speak.

     

    Councillor Michael Mitchell addressed the meeting in his capacity as a ward councillor. Members did not ask questions of Councillor Mitchell.

     

    Members debated the application and asked questions of the officers.

     

    A motion to grant planning permission was moved, seconded, put to the vote and declared to be carried.

     

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    That planning permission for application number 15/AP/1426 be granted, subject to the conditions set out in the report, and an additional condition of a satisfactory construction management plan to be supplied.

7.2

HARRIS ACADEMY, 55 SOUTHWARK PARK ROAD, LONDON SE16 3TZ

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    Planning application reference number: 15/AP/2010

     

    Report: see pages 26 to 37 of the agenda pack and pages 1 to 3 of the addendum report.

     

    PROPOSAL

     

    Installation of a floodlighting system to the Harris Academy Multi Use Games Area (MUGA) and resurfacing the MUGA with artificial turf surface.

     

    The sub-committee heard an introduction to the report from a planning officer who also highlighted the additional comments and the amended condition in the addendum report. Members asked questions of the officer.

     

    A spokesperson for the objectors addressed the meeting. Members did not ask questions of the objectors.

     

    The applicant did not attend. 

     

    There were no supporters of the development living within 100 metres of it, who wished to speak.

     

    Councillor Damian O’Brien addressed the meeting in his capacity as a ward councillor. Members asked questions of Councillor O’Brien.

     

    Members debated the application and asked questions of the officers.

     

    A motion to grant planning permission was moved, seconded, put to the vote and declared to be carried.

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    That planning permission for application number 15/AP/2010 be granted, subject to the conditions set out in the report and addendum report, including an amended condition 3 restricting the hours of use and operation of the floodlights to 9am to 8pm Monday to Sunday.

7.3

64 BEAUVAL ROAD, LONDON SE22 8UQ

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    Planning application reference number: 15/AP/2091

     

    Report: see pages 38 to 48 of the agenda pack and page 3 of the addendum report.

     

    PROPOSAL

     

    Side return and part rear extension.

     

    The sub-committee heard an introduction to the report from a planning officer who also highlighted the additional comments in the addendum report. Members did not ask questions of the officer.

     

    There were no objectors who wished to address the meeting.

     

    The applicant’s agent addressed the meeting. Members did not ask questions of the applicant’s agent. 

     

    A supporter of the development who lived within 100 metres addressed the meeting. Members asked questions of the supporter.

     

    Councillor Michael Mitchell addressed the meeting in his capacity as a ward councillor. Members did not ask questions of Councillor Mitchell.

     

    Members debated the application and asked questions of the officers.

     

    A motion to grant planning permission was moved, seconded, put to the vote and declared to be carried.

     

     

    DECISION:

     

    That planning permission for application number 15/AP/2091 be granted, subject to the conditions set out in the report.

     

7.4

68A BEAUVAL ROAD, LONDON SE22 8UQ

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    Planning application reference number:  15/AP/0618

     

    Report: see pages 49 to 60 of the agenda pack and pages 4 of the addendum report.

     

    PROPOSAL

     

    Erection of a single storey side and rear extension.

     

    The legal officer advised that as this item was being heard again, only councillors who had heard the item at the previous meeting, should take part in the discussion and decision on this item. The clerk advised that these were Councillors Nick Dolezal, Lorraine Lauder, Eliza Mann and Sandra Rhule.

     

    The sub-committee heard an introduction to the report from a planning officer who also highlighted the additional comments in the addendum report. Members asked questions of the officer.

     

    There were no objectors wishing to speak.

    The applicants addressed the meeting. Members did not ask questions of the applicants. 

     

    There were no supporters of the development living within 100 metres, who wished to speak.

     

    Councillor Michael Mitchell addressed the meeting in his capacity as a ward councillor. Members did not ask questions of Councillor Mitchell.

     

    Members debated the application and asked questions of the officers.

     

    A motion to grant planning permission was moved, seconded, put to the vote and declared to be carried.

     

     

    DECISION:

     

    That planning permission for application number 15/AP/0618 be granted, subject to the conditions set out in the report.

     

7.5

1 POTTERS FIELDS, LONDON SE1 2AA

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    Planning application reference number: 15/AP/1776

     

    Report: see pages 61 to 76 of the agenda pack and page 4 of the addendum report.

     

    PROPOSAL

     

    Temporary use of the open space for events with the erection of associated temporary structures (cumulatively of no more than 800 sq metres) for no more than 66 days in any one calendar year (56 days for events and an additional 10 days for set up and take down of associated structures) for a period of five years.

     

    The sub-committee heard an introduction to the report from a planning officer who also highlighted the additional comments and the amended condition in the addendum report. Members asked questions of the officer.

     

    There were no objectors who wished to address the meeting.

     

    The applicant addressed the meeting. Members asked questions of the applicant. 

     

    There were no supporters of the development living within 100 metres of it, or ward councillors,  wishing to speak.

     

    Members debated the application and asked questions of the officers.

     

    A motion to grant planning permission was moved, seconded, put to the vote and declared to be carried.

     

    DECISION:

     

    That planning permission for application number 15/AP/1776 be granted, subject to the conditions set out in the report and the addendum report.