Development Management Committee 21/04/21

Meeting Date : 21/04/2021

10am, Virtual meeting

1.     To receive apologies for absence

2.     To receive any disclosures of interest by Members or Officers in respect of any item of business.

3.     To confirm as a true record the minutes of the meetings held on 10 March 2021 and 12 April 2021.

4.     To consider the Solicitors report concerning Members’ duties  in determining applications.

5.     To consider the reports of the Development Management Team Leader on the following planning applications: –

a) NP/19/0328/S73 – Variation of condition no.2 of NP/14/0014 – Residential Development Plot adjoining D, Plots adjoining Devon Court, 5 , Freshwater East, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire

Officer Recommendation – DELEGATE APPROVAL

b) NP/20/0026/FUL – One Planet Development for a single dwelling, the reconstruction and extension of one existing barn,  alterations to another existing building and a temporary caravan in the form of a shepherds hut. – Land at Jason Road, Freshwater East

Officer’s Recommendation – DELEGATE APPROVAL

c) NP/21/0060/FUL – Replacement dwelling – Morwennau, Poppit, Cardigan, Pembrokeshire, SA43 3LP

Officer Recommendation – APPROVAL

d) NP/21/0137/FUL – Removal of a timber structure, installation of holiday lodges, welcome lodge, communal hub structures, buggy park and photo-voltaic shelter and guest car park, with associated infrastructure including internal circulation roads, hard and soft landscaping, drainage infrastructure, retaining walls and earth bunding. This forms the main part of a wider development proposal that is otherwise located within Pembrokeshire County Council. – Bluestone National Park Resort, Canaston Wood, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 8DE

Officer Recommendation – DELEGATE APPROVAL

e) NP/21/0172/TPO – Fell 1x Monterey cypress (Cupressus macrocarpa) to ground level, leaving stump in situ. (T12 on TPO 33, wrongly identified as a Douglas Fir) – Beach Court, The Strand, Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire, SA69 9EU

Officer Recommendation – SITE VISIT

6.     To consider the report of the Development Management Team Leader on Appeals.

NOTES:

A. In accordance with the Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985, replies to consultations carried out in respect of the planning applications contained in the following report and not received by the date of the preparation of the report will be given verbally at the meeting.

B. The Background Papers taken into account when considering planning applications on this agenda include all or some of the following items (items 1 – 4 are included on the file for each individual application):

1. Application:  including the application form, certificate under Section 66 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, plans and other supporting information submitted with the application.

2. Further correspondence with the applicant, including any amendments to the application:  including any letters to the applicant/agent with respect to the application and any further correspondence submitted by the applicant/agent together with any revised details and/or plans.

3. Letters from Statutory Bodies:  including any relevant letters to and from City, Town and Community Councils, County Council departments, Natural Resources Wales, Dwr Cymru Welsh Water and other public bodies and societies.

4. Letters from Private Individuals:  including any relevant letters to and from members of the public with respect to the application, unless the writers have asked that their views are not reported publicly.

5. Statutory Plans and Informal Policy Documents:

(a) Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Local Development Plan 2 adopted 30th September 2020 and associated supplementary planning guidance.

(b) Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Management Plan 2020 – 2024 adopted 11th December 2019.

6. Any Other Documents:  including any other relevant documents such as past decision notices and site notices.

Persons wishing to see these Background Papers should contact Sue Davies, National Park Authority, Llanion Park, Pembroke Dock (Tel: 01646 624800 Extn. 4840) email: dc@pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk.