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Date
Monday, 8th January 2018 06:30pm

A number of items on this agenda have been carried forward from the meeting cancelled on 11 December 2017 due to heavy snow.  The previous item numbers have been included in brackets for reference where appropriate.

Agenda
  1. P 1.18 (99.17) TO RECEIVE APOLOGIES AND REASONS FOR ABSENCE
  2. P 2.18 (100.17) DISCLOSURE OF PECUNIARY INTEREST

    Disclosure of any disclosable pecuniary interest in a matter to be discussed at the meeting and which is not included in the register of interests.  Members are reminded that they are required to leave the room during the discussion and voting on matters in which they have a disclosable pecuniary interest, whether or not the interest is entered in the register of members’ interests maintained by the Monitoring Officer.

  3. P3.18 (101.17) PUBLIC SPEAKING AT COUNCIL MEETINGS

    To allow members of the public to speak on any planning related item for a maximum of 3 minutes each at the Chairman’s discretion

  4. P4.18 (102.17) MINUTES

    To approve and sign off the minutes of the Planning Committee meeting held on Monday 20 November 2017

  5. P5.18 (103.17) PLANNING APPLICATIONS

    To consider the following planning applications:

                           

    1. Application 17/05381/FUL -  106 Lyth Hill Road, Bayston Hill:  Erection of a front porch; two storey rear extension and single storey rear extension following demolition of existing conservatory  Click here
    2. Application 17/05718/HHE – 1 Poolside, Bayston Hill; Erection of a rear single storey extension to semi-detached dwelling, dimensions 3.0 metres beyond rear wall, 3.0 meters maximum height, 2.3 metres high to eaves Click Here
    3. Application 17/05596/FUL – 49A Lyth Hill Road, Bayston Hill; Erection of side and rear extensions with flat roof dormers and a single storey kitchen/dining extension Click Here
    4. Application 17/05590/LBC -  Proposed barn conversions at Bayston Farm, Burgs Lane, Bayston Hill;  Listed building consent application for creation of 6 No dwellings including the demolition of building allowing for the provision of access and amenity space Click here
    5. Application 17/05861/FUL – 93 Lyth Hill Road, Bayston Hill -  Installation of dormer windows to create additional bedroom to first floor roof space Click here
    6. To consider any new planning applications validated since the publication of the agenda
  6. P6.18 (104.17) PLANNING DECISIONS

    To note the following planning decisions:

    1. Application 17/04098/FUL Spring Coppice, Little Lyth, Shrewsbury; Erection of a part single, part two storey side extension to provide annex living accommodation – Permission granted
    2. Application 17/05105/FUL – 1 Ferndale, Betley Lane, Bayston Hill; Erection of two storey side extension and single storey rear extension – Permission granted
    3. Application 17/05353/FUL – 34 Lyth Hill Road, Bayston Hill – Erection of detached single garage with attached day room and detached garden store (following demolition of existing) – Permission granted
    4. To note any planning decisions made since the publication of the agenda
  7. P7.18 (105.17) PLANNING APPEALS

    To consider any planning appeals registered since the publication of the agenda.

  8. P8.18 (106.17) CORRESPONDENCE

    To note any correspondence sent or received by the Council relating to planning issues and to agree an appropriate response:

    1. Open Spaces Society- Lost Commons – 22 November 2017 (Request for information and financial support)
  9. P9.18 (107.17) ASSET OF COMMUNITY VALUE

    To note the forthcoming resignation of the landlord of the Beeches Public House and consider registering the pub as an Asset of Community Value

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