SUNNINGHILL & ASCOT PARISH COUNCIL
The Courtyard (Ascot Racecourse)
Berkshire SL5 7JF
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Minutes of a meeting of the Planning Committee held at the Ascot Day Centre,Bagshot Road, Sunninghill on
Tuesday 20 March 2012 commencing at 7.00pm.
Members Present: Councillors B Hilton (Chairman), C Lester (Vice-Chairman), P Deason, D Hilton, B Story,
In attendance:Elizabeth Yates, Clerk to the Council and Mr. Peter Standley (SPAE)
3540 TO NOTE APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
Councillors Margaret Duffield, Robert Ellison and Daniel Whittall.
The minutes of the meeting, held on 28 February 2012, were approved as a correct record and signed as such.
3542 DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
The Chairman asked to receive any Declarations of Interest in accordance with the adopted Code of Conduct.
Councillor David Hilton stated that as a substitute on the Windsor Rural Development Control Panel any views given on applications are on the basis of information available to date and he would review the position when all the information was available at the meeting when the decision is made.
3543 NEW APPLICATIONS
Location and Description
|Land at Rustlings and Kingsland, London Road, AscotErection of two blocks of 5 apartments with associated works following demolition of existing dwellingsRecommendation: Objections. The committee considered that the objections given to the previous application 08/00871 remained in place as the new application was not substantially different; objections that had been upheld at appeal and related to the inappropriate size, scale, layout and sitting of the proposal. Additional concerns were also raised regarding the inadequacy of the parking allocation, particularly for visitor and service vehicles in an area where on street parking was not available, the refuse collection arrangements and the lack of emergency vehicle access.
|12/00486(Works To Trees Covered by TPO)
|Cedar House, Coombe Lane, Ascot SL5 7ATTo reduce the overhang of a Hornbeam by approximately 10%. To reduce one low large south facing limb of an Oak tree by approximately 3 metres. To lift a large Cedar in the back garden removing 7 lowest limbsRecommendation: Referred to the Borough’s Tree Officer.
|St Marys School, St Marys Road, Ascot, SL5 9JFNew 400m all weather track and hockey pitch with floodlights and fencing. Ancillary store and control hut. Photophotiac panels to roof of sports centreRecommendation: Objections- see attached statement. Councillor David Hilton was asked to call the application into the Development Control Panel.
|St Marys School, St Marys Road, Ascot, SL5 9JFRefurbishment and ground and first floor extensions to provide new kitchen and dining facilities. Refurbishment and two storey, part single storey extension to former concert hall to form a two storey library and new terrace. Temporary kitchen/ dining and classroom facilities whilst works are completedRecommendation: No Objections, provided that the totality of development was not disproportionate within the Green Belt and that no harm to trees resulted from the development.
|12/00529 (Works to Trees Covered by TPO)
|Southgate, Hurstwood, Ascot, SL5 9SPFell two Oak trees (T1 and T2). Fell one Scots Pine (T3) and fell one Silver Birch (T4).Recommendation: Objections as no sound arboriculture reasons had been given. The committee requested that the Borough’s Tree Officer attention be drawn to the application.
|12/ 00533 (Variation)
|The Bothy and Land Adjacent to the Bothy and Woolaway Cottage, Wells Lane, AscotTo either discharge the planning obligation made in 1986 for the whole site outlined in blue on the accompanying map or a modification to release the part of the site outlined in red on the accompanying map in connection with planning permission 11/03164 (to erect four detached 4 bed houses with garages, access drives and associated worksRecommendation: The development to which this planning permission relates shall not be implemented if any part of the development approved under application reference 09/02191 has been implemented, nor shall the development permitted under application reference 09/02191 be implemented if any part of the development to which this planning permission relates has been implemented.
Reason: Only one of the proposed developments could be satisfactorily located on the site and still accord with the provisions of the Development Plan. Relevant policies – Local Plan DG1, H10, T5, P4, N6
|16 Victoria Road, Ascot, SL5 9DATwo storey rear extensionRecommendation: No Objections.
|12/00557 ((Works to Trees Covered by TPO)
|Oakhampton, Burleigh Road, Ascot, SL5 8EST2 Oak, remove north limb. T3 Oak, raise crown to give clearance over roofsRecommendation: Referred to the Borough’s Tree Officer.
|30 Armitage Court, Ascot, SL5 9TAPart first floor part two storey side extension with a single storey rear extensionRecommendation: No Objections provided the proposal was not harmful to the amenity of neighbouring properties.
|12/00597(Cert of Lawfulness of Proposed Dev)
|19 Elizabeth Gardens Ascot SL5 9BJCertificate of Lawfulness to determine whether a proposed two storey, part single storey rear extension and front canopy is lawfulNo Recommendation Required.
|12/00599 (Cert of Lawfulness of Proposed Dev)
|6 Charters Cottages, Charters Lane, Ascot, SL5 9NUCertificate of Lawfulness to determine whether an existing conservatory is lawfulNo Recommendation Required.
|7 Regents Walk, Ascot, SL5 9JQConstruction of a replacement detached house and garage (with ancillary accommodation in garage roofspace) with new access and gatesRecommendation: No Objections.
|Evergreens, The Avenue, Ascot, SL5 7LYConstruction of a detached single storey annexe. Amendment to 11/01340 to extend the annexe and a green Sedum roofRecommendation: No Objections, as long as the proposed annexe was ancillary to the family home. The committee requested that if the Borough were minded to approve the application, a single family occupancy condition was imposed.
|Lorien, 14 Vernon Drive, Ascot, SL5 8TWTwo storey, part single storey and single storey rear extensions. Replacement front claddingRecommendation: No Objections provided the proposal was not harmful to the amenity of neighbouring properties.