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Meeting of the Central Area Development Control Sub Committee held on 12/12/2002
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MINUTES of the MEETING of the CENTRAL AREA DEVELOPMENT CONTROL SUB-COMMITTEE held on 12th December 2001

(To be read in conjunction with the Agenda for the Meeting)
*Mrs C Craig (Chairman)*Mrs P N Mitchell
Dr A Newton (Vice-Chairman)Mrs M Nyazai
*Mr D H Darbishire *Mr J R Sandy
*Mrs E H DenningbergMr B G Shelley
*Mr M A Edgington*Mr R C Terry
*Mr D G Kinsella
* Present

50. MINUTES

The Minutes of the Meeting held on 7th November 2001 were confirmed and signed.

51. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE AND SUBSTITUTIONS (Agenda Item 2)

Apologies for absence were received from Dr A Newton (Vice-Chairman), Mrs M Nyazai and Mr B G Shelley.

52. DISCLOSURE OF PECUNIARY AND OTHER INTERESTS (Agenda Item 3)

The following members declared non-pecuniary interests in respect of the planning applications indicated below:-

Mr J R Sandy Item B.11 (WA01/1786)
Item B.17 (WA01/1952)
Mrs E Sims Item B.7 (WA01/1785)

53. OBJECTION TO TREE PRESERVATION ORDER (NO. 14/01) – TREES IN THE GROUNDS OF COTTERELL HOUSE, 69 MEADROW, GODALMING (Agenda Item 4, Appendix A)
[Wards Affected – Godalming North East and South West]

RESOLVED that Tree Preservation Order 14/01, applying to nine individual trees in the grounds of Cotterell House, 69 Meadrow, Godalming be confirmed, subject to modification, so as to exclude the Yew (T2) and the Sycamore (T3), but to continue to include the Pear (T6).

54. APPLICATIONS FOR PLANNING PERMISSION (Agenda Item 6)

RESOLVED that the applications for planning permission, as set out in the Schedule attached, be determined as shown in column 3 thereof and that the decisions of the Director of Planning and Development set out in Schedule C, be noted.


55. LEGAL AGREEMENT – WARREN HILL FARM, ELSTEAD ROAD, PEPERHAROW, GODALMING (See also application WA01/1871 in Schedule attached)

RESOLVED that planning permission be GRANTED, subject to the prior completion of a legal agreement within six months and at the applicant’s own expense to secure revocation without compensation of the extant planning permission reference WA98/0026.

56. PLANNING APPEALS (Agenda Item 7)

RESOLVED that the report be noted.

57. ENFORCEMENT ACTION – CURRENT SITUATION (Agenda Item 8)

RESOLVED that the report be noted.

58. EXCLUSION OF PRESS AND PUBLIC (Agenda Item 9)

RESOLVED that pursuant to Standing Order 48(4) and in accordance with Section 100A(4) of the Local Government Act 1972, the press and public be excluded from the meeting during consideration of the following item on the grounds that it is likely, in view of the nature of the business to be transacted or the nature of the proceedings, that if members of the public were present during the item, there would be disclosure to them of exempt information (as defined by Section 1001 of the Act) of the description specified in paragraph 13 of Part 1 of Schedule 12A to the Local Government Act 1972, viz:-

Minute No. 59 and 60

Information which, if disclosed to the public, would reveal that the authority proposes:-

(a) to give under any enactment a notice under or by virtue of which requirements are imposed on a person; or

(b) to make an order or direction under any enactment,

as disclosure to the public might afford an opportunity to a person affected by the notice, order or direction to defeat the purpose or one of the purposes for which the notice, order or direction is to be given or made.

59. ENFORCEMENT ACTION –17 FOXDENE, GODALMING (Agenda Item 12 (Exempt) Appendix B)

RESOLVED that, as the fencing had been remedied, no enforcement action be taken.


60. ENFORCEMENT ACTION – 45 BIRCH ROAD, FARNCOMBE (Agenda Item 13 (Exempt) Appendix C)

RESOLVED that, subject to the Chief Executive being satisfied as to the evidence, enforcement action be authorised pursuant to the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and the Planning and Compensation Act 1991, together with legal proceedings, if necessary, to secure the removal of the balcony which has been erected at the first floor elevation of the chalet bungalow, for the reasons as set out in the report with a compliance period of six months.

The meeting concluded at 8.42 pm.



Chairman


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