Agenda Planning Committee 21 January 2019

AGENDA

You are summoned to attend a Meeting of the Planning Committee to be held on Monday 21 January 2019 at 7.30pm in the DEBBIE TOWART Room at the Village Centre,

Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges

Julie Simmonds

Clerk

16 January 2019

077/PL/19 Items by Members of Public Present.

The meeting is open to the public and press and the first 15 minutes will be reserved, if required, for public comment. 

078/PL/19 Apologies for Absence

079/PL/19        Declarations of Interest

Members to declare any personal interest in any item of business as defined in the Code of Conduct 2007.  If that interest is a prejudicial interest as defined in the Code, the member should withdraw from the meeting for that item. 

080/PL/19 Minutes

Approval of the Minutes of the Planning Meeting held on 19 November 2018 (previously circulated)

081/PL/19 Planning Applications

(i) To approve delegated decisions submitted for Planning Applications for which the response date was prior to this Committee Meeting.   See Appendix 1.

(ii)To consider and formulate a response to new Planning Applications received. See Appendix 2. Plus amended plans for information only.

082/PL/19 Planning Decisions, Enforcements and Appeals.

District Decisions made since the last Planning Committee Meeting.  See Appendix 3.

083/PL/19 Outstanding Enforcements See Appendix 4. 

084/PL/19 Correspondence.

085/PL/19 Exclusion of the Press & Public

Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings) Act 1960  To resolve to exclude the press and public from the following business because publicity would prejudice the public interest by reason of the confidential nature of the business.  Part two items:- To discuss any possible unlawful buildings or business’s which have not been granted enforcement notices and therefore are not public.

Next meeting date:  18 February 2019

APPENDIX 1

DELEGATED DECISIONS

APPENDIX 2

 NEW PLANNING APPLICATIONS RECEIVED

PL/18/4645/EU Land at 2 Woodbine Cottages, Gerrards Cross Road, Stoke Poges, Bucks

Certificate of Lawfulness for an existing use relating to use of building as a separate self-contained dwelling.

PL/18/4694/KA Hollybush House, Hollybush Hill, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4QN

T1 Chestnut – prune back lower bough by 4M, T2 Cypress – Crown lift up to 4m (conservation area Stoke Poges Framewood Road)

PL/18/4528/TP 27 Freemans Close, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4ER

Pine (T1) – remove to near ground level (SBDC TPO no:12, 2003)

PL/18/4724/TP Sefton Park, Bells Hill, Stoke Poges, Bucks

Work as per trees work schedule (SBDC TPO 12, 1998)

PL/18/4742/FA The Barn House, Stoke Green, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4HN

Single storey side and rear extensions, following demolition of existing garage and conservatory.

PL/18/4806/FA Spring Cottage, Stoke Wood, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4AU

Erection of dwelling house, demolition of existing house and outbuildings.  Retention of existing garage.

PL/18/4878/TP 26 Freemans Close, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4ER

T2 Ash & T3 Oak – Remove (TPO 12, 2003)

PL/18/4792/FA Pioneer House, Hollybush Hill, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4QP

The installation of temporary classrooms arranged in single storey block and a double storey block for a temporary period until the 1st March 2019 (Retrospective)

AMENDED PLANS FOR INFORMATION

APPENDIX 3

PLANNING DECISIONS

PL/18/3821/FA                   Gable End, West End Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4ND

Demolition of existing garage, part single/part two storey front and rear extensions, alterations to roof and side fenestration.

Parish Council Comments:    We have concerns about the height of the new roof and whether it is in keeping with the area

Herby Permits

PL/18/3888/KA                  Stoke Park Golf Club, Park Road, Stoke Poges, SL2 4PG

2 x Oak Trees – Fell/Prune (Conservation Area Stoke Park)

Parish Comments:-  Object to the loss of trees in the Conservation Area and the Green Belt, however we will reply on the arboriculturalist to decide.

No TPO required/Works can commence.

PL/18/4124/KA                  The Stoke Poges School, Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4LN

Works to trees next to school in conservation area: Stoke Poges West End.

Parish Council Comments:   No comment – subject to the arboriculturist’s report

No TPO required/Works can commence.

PL/18/3851/TP                   Copperfield House, Stoke Court Drive, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4LU

T1, Cedar Tree – remove to ground level and replaced, T2, Lime Tree – cur back and reduce by 25%, T3 Lime Tree – crown reduction by 25% (SBDC TPO 02, 1963)

Parish Council Comments:   No comment – subject to the arboriculturist’s report

Consent Refused

PL/18/3919/FA                   The Bungalow, Wexham Street, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL3 6PA

First floor side extension.

Parish Council Comments:   No Comment

Permission Refused.

PL/18/4132/FA                   The Grey House, 61 Plough Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4JP

Retention of solar panels on roof (Retrospective)

Parish Comments:-  Object based on the existing solar panels not adhering to the original planning permission granted.

Hereby Permits

PL/18/4059/FA                   Pine Cottage, Stoke Wood, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4AU

Construction of garage, following demolition of existing garage.

Parish Comments:-  Policy EP3 applies, we have concerns over the ridge height and the Green Belt 50% rules.

Hereby Permits

PL/18/3802/FA                   Claremont House, Gerrards Cross Road, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4EL

Two storey side extension.

Parish Council Comments:   We believe that Appendix 8, 3.1 applies to this application.

Hereby Permits

PL/18/4099/FA                   1 Stoke Green Cottages, Stoke Green, Stoke Poges, SL2 4HR

Roof extension, rear dormer, pitched roof over existing flat roof and roof lantern to rear.

Parish Comments:- No Objection to the roof extension but we object to the rear dormer.  Policies EP3, EP5, H9 (a) & (b), H11 (a) (b) & (c), and C1 all apply.

Hereby Permits

TREE PRESERVATION ORDERS

TPO/19/0002 Fraxinus, West End Lane, Stoke Poges, SL2 4ND

TPO made on T1

APPEALS

agenda full parish council Monday 14 January 2019

YOU ARE SUMMONED TO ATTEND THE MEETING OF THE
STOKE POGES PARISH COUNCIL TO BE HELD ON
MONDAY 14 JANUARY 2019 AT 7.30 P.M. IN
THE DEBBIE TOWART ROOM AT
THE VILLAGE CENTRE, ROGERS LANE,
STOKE POGES.
To deal with the following business:


AGENDA

205/PC/18 – Public Session Time (7.30 pm-7.45 pm)
The meeting is open to the public and press and fifteen minutes will be reserved, if required, for public comment.

206/PC/18 – Apologies for Absence

207/PC/18 – Declarations of interest
Members to declare any personal interest in any item of business as defined in the Code of Conduct 2012. If that interest is a disclosable pecuniary interest as defined in the Code; the member should withdraw from the meeting for that item.

208/PC/18 – Minutes
To approve the minutes of the Council meeting held on 3 December 2018 (previously circulated).

209/PC/18 – County Councillor’s Report

210/PC/18 – District Councillors’ Report

211/PC/18 – Chairman’s Update from last meeting.

212/PC/18 – Khalsa School
Update from Cllr Carter.

213/PC/18 – Information Board
Brought back from last meeting regarding the new information board, with consultation details on what to have and where to place the board.

214/PC/18 – Carols on the Green
Update on event. To note amount raised towards defibrillator £565.73.

215/PC/18 – Defibrillator
Update on permission from Persimmon to site the defibrillator on their land.

216/PC/18 – MUGA
Update on MUGA and noise issues. To discuss and decide any further action.

217/PC/18 – Memorial Request
Request from a resident to place a memorial plaque on a bench outside the Co-op. To decide.

218/PC/18 – Office
To note the office has now been redecorated. To decide if new furniture can be purchased and to set a maximum budget.

219/PC/18 – RECEIVE and ADOPT minutes from previous meetings of sub committees and working parties:
(1) Planning Minutes – 19 November 2018 – Signed 10 December 2018

220/PC/18 – Finance
(1) Statement of Accounts – November 2018/December 2018. Circulated
(2) To approve list of cheques/Bacs for signature November/December 2018 £ (subject to additions) Circulated
(3) Bank reconciliations – December 2018 – Circulated
(4) Budget monitoring – December 2018 – Circulated.
(5) To note £2841.47 grant received from Co-op for Bells Hill Green in December, transferred to them.

221/PC/18 – Circulars List/Correspondence and Items received by clerk but not on agenda.
List appended to the agenda of all circulars received in the office and available to view for one month after this meeting.
Correspondence:-
(1) Bucks County Council – Single Unitary Authority statement.
(2) Stoke Poges Society – 2019 Programme.
(3) Christmas Card and Message from Jean-Pierre – Etricourt Manancourt

222/PC/18 – Dates of Future Meetings
Planning Meeting – 21January 2019
Full Parish Council– 11 February 2019

Julie Simmonds
Clerk to the Council
9 January 2019

Iver, Wexham & Stoke Poges Neighbourhood Policing update- December [OFFICIAL]

Iver, Stoke Poges and Wexham

Neighbourhood Priorities

Neighbourhood Team
Your neighbourhood team consists of Sgt. James Ellis; PC Will Ranford; PCSO Kam Benawra, and PCSO Roy Fisher.
Neighbourhood Priorities
The priorities for your Neighbourhood Policing Team (NHPT) are decided by the Community Forum for the whole of South Bucks. This steering group is made up of members of the community and representatives from organisations across the area. The
forum is not run by the Police although we do play a part. This allows us to speak to a good cross section of society and find out what you want us to do and how you want us to police your area. The top three priorities are chosen by the forum every three months and
are actioned by your NHPT.
The three issues below have been identified as the areas of greatest priority by the community, as represented by the Community Forum. This group is made up of members of the community and representatives from organisations across South Bucks. It is not
run by the police, although we are always represented. Every three months they meet to determine our priorities.

Priority One: Burglary
This quarter has seen a greater focus on anti-burglary patrols in the southeast of the LPA, especially focusing on Denham and the Ivers, with apparent results: we have had twelve residential burglaries in the Iver, Wexham and Stoke Poges parishes. This represents a significant decrease on the same quarter last year (where sixteen such burglaries were recorded – a decrease of 25%). These parishes also buck the usual trend where burglaries increase in the winter months: last quarter, covering summer 2018, we had twenty residential burglaries. Unfortunately we have also seen a worrying rise in “distraction burglaries”. This is where a person claims to be from a respectable body, like a water or electricity company, and
says that they need to gain access to your house to deal with some emergency. Once inside, they may have their run of the place; alternatively, they may distract you while a friend enters behind them and steals goods. This kind of crime especially targets the elderly or vulnerable. Always double-check the identity of unexpected visitors, by asking to see their ID – a genuine visitor will have it with them, and they won’t hesitate to provide it. Anyone without ID should be refused entry. The local neighbourhood teams have been conducting patrols in areas identified as highrisk. We have also been analysing the issues at commercial burglary hot-spots and working with the owners of large rural plots, looking at what makes their property vulnerable and helping them to reduce their risk of burglary. Although burglary figures are down, don’t be complacent. As the nights draw in and homes fill with expensive merchandise in preparation for festive celebrations, we are quickly approaching a peak time for burglaries. It is doubly important now to ensure that your home is secure when you leave, and that movable valuables are hidden, as much as
possible, from view. Remember to ‘leave a light on’ when you go out – a house in darkness advertises to a burglar that a house is empty and unguarded. A small purchase of a timer switch, which plugs into the wall and activates a standing lamp at a set time, or
a ‘Fake TV’, can really assist in deterring burglaries: these criminals are most often nonconfrontational, and want to avoid the risk of someone being home.

Priority Two: Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB)
Residents complained about anti-social behaviour around Thorney Lane North, Iver, which was linked to a particular property. They described a persistent problems with litter and drug paraphernalia, and issues with threatening behaviour; caused by guests to the
property. We have worked to make the area less attractive for these unsavoury characters by conducting regular “touch-down” patrols, where officers park their vehicles in an easily-visible place and go out on foot to provide a visible deterrence. We also put
up signs to remind visitors that police are aware of the issues; making them consider the increased likelihood of being caught. We’re now working with the local housing association to further reduce the draw of this property, and with Iver Parish Council to
replace deliberately-damaged lighting. Reports of crime and anti-social behaviour linked to this address have now fallen significantly as a result. Residents also told us about persistent littering in a lay-by in Richings Park. The area was often visited by small groups, who would drink or use nitrous oxide canisters and leave the remains on the ground. Again, we utilised focused patrols of the lay-by and
erected signage letting visitors know that frequent police patrols passed through. Reports have once again subsided. However, this may be a result of the colder weather, which has inclined them to engage in these activities indoors! Regardless, we will continue to monitor what activities occur in this location.

Priority Three: Speeding
Officers continue to conduct patrols and speed enforcement activities around the parishes. During general roads policing patrols, an astounding six drink-drivers and one drug-driver have been caught; all have been taken off the road for at least 12 months.
Two drivers have also been dealt with for driving without insurance, and one business owner dealt with for permitting another person to drive without insurance, after allowing a friend to drive cars fifteen metres across a road to an adjacent car park (we have to
wonder – was it really worth it?)
Your local Neighbourhood team holds some capacity to conduct speed enforcement activity. However, with numerous other demands on our time, we look for support from the community, to determine where our efforts are best placed. This can occur through the Community Speedwatch Scheme, in which in which a minimum of six volunteers group together, and monitor traffic speeds at local locations. The data they acquire can be processed by our back-office volunteer and warning letters can be delivered to transgressors, where warranted. This same data also allows us to identify the times and locations where our officers are best deployed, with evidential devices.

Other News

Operation Ravine: In September, officers from Thames Valley Police, in conjunction with the National Crime Agency and the Gangmasters & Labour Abuse Authority, conducted a raid at a property in Love Lane, Iver. Three individuals were arrested on
suspicion of holding people in slavery. A group of eight people, suspected to be victims of slavery offences, were freed and given access to support. The investigation is ongoing. Warrants like this are obtained because of information from the local community; we
depend on such information to let us achieve these kinds of successes. If you suspect that a person is being abused or exploited in slave-like conditions, then please get in touch with us.

New team member: We have a new PCSO joining us in December! PCSO Hatz Haralambous will be joining us fresh from training school; giving us an extra PCSO after a period of tutorship on Area. We’re all sure he’ll be enthusiast to get out there and meet
you.

Parking:  Parking has historically been a topic about which we get a huge number of complaints, and this quarter is no different. Parking enforcement has also historically been something we were responsible – but no longer. Parking enforcement is “decriminalised” in South Bucks – this means that responsibility for enforcing parking
restrictions has passed from the police to the local council, who employ a contractor, NSL, to give out penalty notices on their behalf. The police no longer have the power to issue penalties for most parking offences, including all yellow-line offences. The positive
aspect to this change is that with the police are unburdened of this responsibility, which affords us greater opportunities to focus on more stereotypical criminal behaviour. To report persistent parking issues, the most efficient communication is to NSL via their
website at www.nsl.co.uk/contact, or contact Transport for Bucks at
www.transportforbucks.net/Parking.aspx or by phone on 01494 478820. There are a few parking offences for which we do still give out tickets: largely obstruction and parking on zig-zags. However, we are well aware of all the major problem areas, such as commuter parking in Richings Park and drop-off/pick-up times around every
school in the area; issuing tickets for obstruction on a frequent basis. You can follow us on twitter at @TVP_ChiltSBucks to see what we get up to day-to-day, including the occasional picture of our worst offenders. However, our modest Neighbourhood team cannot be everywhere on any given day. For this reason, we have been working with other stakeholders, at parking ‘hotspots’, to
develop more sustainable solutions to this problem. An example of this is Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges, where we have been in dialogue with the school, parish council and other agencies, to explore how we might best contribute to a long-lasting answer. Hopefully,
we’ll be in a position to provide you with an update as to our progress, in the next quarter’s edition. If we are able to come up with a partnership plan, it can also serve as a template; for addressing ‘rush hour’ parking, in numerous other locations.

Offenders Brought to Justice.

Iver and Iver Heath
A 34-year-old man from Manchester was arrested after being disturbed by officers at the scene of a burglary in Iver Heath. He jumped in his car and made off; resulting in a long
pursuit, and involving officers from both Thames Valley Police and the Metropolitan Police. Vincent Breslin’s panicked flee was no match for the officers’ professionalism, skill, and training: he was caught after trying to dump the vehicle, pleaded guilty to
burglary and dangerous driving, and remanded into the custody of HM Prison Service while he awaits sentencing.
A man from Iver has been charged with a burglary which occurred in 2013, when the case was reopened after new evidence was found. He has pleaded not guilty and is awaiting trial. When new evidence comes to light, we can always review our investigation, no
matter how much time has passed. A woman from Iver received increased police safeguarding, after a man broke his
restraining order… twice! Having failed to learn his lesson from a suspended prison sentence of 18 weeks, the man went on to try to contact the woman again. He received a twelve-week prison sentence for the second breach, plus the eighteen week suspended
sentence from the first breach which was activated, for a grand total of 32 weeks’ imprisonment.
A man from Gerrards Cross has been ordered to pay costs and fines of £245, after being caught driving a vehicle which he had fitted with a blue flashing light. Unfortunately for him, he was seen using the blue light by a real police car on Bangors Road South; soon
he was given a demonstration of what real blue lights look like.
A woman from Iver was cautioned by police after admitting to stealing her own grandfather’s phone. She asked to borrow it and, when he asked for it back, claimed that she had already given it back. It was found that she had in fact sold it.
Two men from Slough were charged with aggravated taking of a motor vehicle without the owner’s consent, after stealing a bike from an address in Iver. It is alleged that, after riding the stolen bike, the two men were involved in a collision in Slough. They are awaiting trial.
A male was issued with a street warning for possession of cannabis, after being found with the drug in the grounds of Iver Heath Cricket Club. Officers on patrol located the male who admitted to having the banned substance with him.
A man from Iver had a very bad evening after being arrested for drug driving. The man was stopped by police and tested positive for cannabis. It was found that he was also driving alone, with a provisional licence and no insurance. A search of his vehicle also
uncovered a small quantity of cannabis. The man pleaded guilty at court to all four charges and was ordered to pay £248 in fines and costs; he was also disqualified from driving for fourteen months.
We understand frustrations when a vehicle is parked in one spot for a long time – but it is not an excuse for criminality. A man from Slough unfortunately got himself into trouble
when he took matters into his own hands and broke into a car in order to move it. He had no lawful authority to do so and received a caution. Report abandoned vehicles to the council – do not damage them yourself!
Stoke Poges
A small group of men have been charged in connection with a burglary in Stoke Poges. A vehicle linked to the burglaries was sighted by police several days later, and its occupants
were arrested. All the men have been remanded in custody awaiting trial.
Wexham
A woman received a caution after admitting a domestic assault in Wexham.

 

Contact Us:
You can e-mail us at IverStokePogesWexhamNHPT [Email address: IverStokePogesWexhamNHPT #AT# thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk - replace #AT# with @ ]
Or you can visit www.thamesvalley.police.uk to report non-urgent incidents online.
Sign up to Thames Valley Alerts to receive crime and policing updates directly from your local Neighbourhood Team as well as more crime and policing issues. Sign up to the service online at: www.thamesvalleyalert.co.uk or speak with one of your Neighbourhood
Team. And don’t forget to follow us on Twitter at @TVP_ChiltSBucks to see what we do day-to-day!

Minutes Planning Committee 10 December 2018

MINUTES

MINUTES of the Meeting of the Planning Committee held on Monday 10 December 2018 at 7.30pm in the Lionel Rigby Room at the Village Centre, Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges

Present:-  Cllr Carter (Chair), Cllr Crocker, Mr Duncombe, Mr Harris, Cllr Hoskins & Cllr Taylor

In Attendance:-  Mrs J Simmonds (Clerk)

 

068/PL/18            Items by Members of Public Present.

The meeting is open to the public and press and the first 15 minutes will be reserved, if required, for public comment.

None

069/PL/18            Apologies for Absence

None

070/PL/18         Declarations of Interest

Members to declare any personal interest in any item of business as defined in the Code of Conduct 2007.  If that interest is a prejudicial interest as defined in the Code, the member should withdraw from the meeting for that item.

None

071/PL/18            Minutes

RESOLVED to Approve the Minutes of the Planning Meeting held on 19 November 2018 which were signed by the Chairman.

072/PL/18            Planning Applications

(i) RESOLVED to approve delegated decisions submitted for Planning Applications for which the response date was prior to this Committee Meeting.   See Appendix 1.

(ii) RESOLVED to consider and formulate a response to new Planning Applications received. See Appendix 2. Plus amended plans for information only.

073/PL/18            NOTED Planning Decisions, Enforcements and Appeals.

District Decisions made since the last Planning Committee Meeting.  See Appendix 3.

074/PL/18            NOTED Outstanding Enforcements See Appendix 4.                                                

075/PL/18            Correspondence.

None

076/PL/18            Exclusion of the Press & Public

Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings) Act 1960  RESOLVED to exclude the press and public from the following business because publicity would prejudice the public interest by reason of the confidential nature of the business.  Part two items:- To discuss any possible unlawful buildings or business’s which have not been granted enforcement notices and therefore are not public.

NOTED Next meeting date:  21 January 2019Meeting ended at 8.41pm

 

 

 

 

Chairman/Signed                                                                                                                               Dated

APPENDIX 1

DELEGATED DECISIONS

 

APPENDIX 2

 NEW PLANNING APPLICATIONS RECEIVED

 

PL/18/4398/FA                   Macs Farm, Farthing Green Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4JQ

Change of use of an existing agricultural building to provide two residential dwellings.

Parish Comments:-  No Objection subject to the Green Belt 50% Rules.

 

PL/18/4320/FA                   Retreat, Church Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4NZ

Demolition of existing conservatory and erection of single storey rear extension.

Parish Comments:-  No Comment

 

PL/18/4433/FA                   Brookdale, Bells Hill, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4ED

Redevelopment of site to provide 5 dwellings with associated parking and  landscaping.

Parish Comments:-  Object, our previous comments apply which were:-  We welcome a development of smaller housing stock in the village but have some concern over the lack of sufficient parking.  The B416 is a busy road with fast flowing traffic and there is nowhere for overflow parking.

Also policies EP3 and H9 both apply.

 

PL/18/3760/HB                  The Red Lion, Stoke Green, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4HN

Listed Building application for external alterations including repainting gable end and repairs to windows and drainpipes.  Internal alterations to public house and repair and maintenance.

Parish Comments:-  No Comment

 

PL/18/3759/FA                   The Red Lion, Stoke Green, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4HN

External alterations including repainting gable end and repairs to windows and drainpipes.  Internal alterations to public house and repair and maintenance.

Parish Comments:-  No Comment

 

PL/18/4043/HB                  The Red Lion, Stoke Green, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4HN

Listed Building application for 1 no. aluminium A-board, 4 no. tray signs, wall lantern, 1 no illuminated post stand, 1 no. double sided folded tray panel with led flood light, and 1 no. tray sign written direct to wall.

Parish Comments:-  No Comment

 

PL/18/3804/AV                  The Red Lion, Stoke Green, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4HN

1 no. aluminium A-board, 4 no. tray signs, wall lantern, 1 no illuminated post stand, 1 no. double sided folded tray panel with led flood light, and 1 no. tray sign written direct to wall.

Parish Comments:-  No Comment

 

PL/18/4134/FA                   The Grey House, 61 Plough Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4JP

Erection of greenhouse (Retrospective)

Object.  The drawings are deceiving and incorrect and do not show a greenhouse but show a solid construction build.  This property has a history of flouting planning rules.  We believe this is not a true reflection of this site.  We also believe these buildings have exceeded the Green Belt 50% rules.

 

PL/18/4132/FA                   The Grey House, 61 Plough Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4JP

Retention of solar panels on roof (Retrospective)

Parish Comments:-  Object based on the existing solar panels not adhering to the orginal planning permission granted.

 

PL/18/4099/FA                   1 Stoke Green Cottages, Stoke Green, Stoke Pges, SL2 4HR

Roof extension, rear dormer, pitched roof over existing flat roof and roof lantern to rear.

Parish Comments:- No Objection to the roof extension but we object to the rear dormer.  Policies EP3, EP5, H9 (a) & (b), H11 (a) (b) & (c), and C1 all apply.

 

PL/18/4100/FA                   Hollybush Farm, Hollybush Hill, Stoke Poges, SL2 4QN

Construction of outbuildings and retaining walls.  Alterations to ground levels, hard surfacing, fencing, landscaping and tree planting (Part Retrospective)

Parish Comments:-  Pertaining to the retaining walls, alterations to ground levels, hard surfacing, fencing, landscaping we Object.  Policies GB1 (g) (i) & (ii) & GB2 apply.  The application clearly states that no trees or hedging has been removed, unfortunately a significant number of trees and hedgerow have already been removed which is not in keeping with the general locality and we and other residents have previously sent in photographic evidence of this.  This road is classed as a Woodland Road as it fits all the characteristics under the South Bucks Townscape Character Study and refers to the boundary treatment of tall well maintained dominated hedgerows and therefore the boundary treatment proposed does not comply with the Townscape study guidelines.  Under these guidelines retaining walls as given as an example of a threat to the character, and the proposed limestone cladding is totally out of character.  Policies GB1 & 2 and EP4 apply.

This proposal in completely out of keeping with the existing character of the surrounding area and is also contrary to the NPPF 12 section 127 (a) (b) & (c).

If minded to approve conditions should be made for re-planting.  No tree survey has been undertaken and submitted as part of this application.

 

PL/18/4059/FA                   Pine Cottage, Stoke Wood, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4AU

Construction of garage, following demolition of existing garage.

Parish Comments:-  Policy EP3 applies, we have concerns over the ridge height and the Green Belt 50% rules.

 

PL/18/3888/KA                  Stoke Park Golf Club, Park Road, Stoke Poges, SL2 4PG

2 x Oak Trees – Fell/Prune (Conservation Area Stoke Park)

Parish Comments:-  Object to the loss of trees in the Conservation Area and the Green Belt, however we will reply on the arboriculturalist to decide.

 

PL/18/4056/FA                   Heatherset, Farthing Green Lane, Stoke Poges, SL2 4JH

First floor front extensions and roof alterations.

Parish Comments:-  No comment subject to the Green Belt 50% rules.

 

AMENDED PLANS FOR INFORMATION

 

APPENDIX 3

PLANNING DECISIONS

 

PL/18/3750/FA                   Sorret House, West End Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4ND

Part two storey and part single storey rear extension.

Parish Council Comments:   No Comment

Hereby Permits

18/00922/FUL                    South Bucks Golf Acadamy, Stoke Road, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4NL

Proposed Country Park involving the demolition of the driving range and remodelling of the former golf course and driving range with creation of a sculptured landscape with informal and formal sports and recreational facilities, including construction of a mountain bike trail, BMX pump trail, bike circuit, children’s play area and amphitheatre.  Demolition of the water tank and former club house and construction of a single storey building comprising ancillary café, meeting space and retail unit.  Creation of additional car parking and associated landscaping and infrastructure.

Parish Comments:-  No Objection.

Hereby Permits

PL/18/3902/KA                  The Old Cottage, Hollybush Hill, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4QN

T1 Magnolia, T2 Acacia, T3 Cherry – Reduce and reshape to old cuts, T4 Gum – Reduce by 50% (3.5m) and reshape, T5 Purple sycamore – Reduce and reshape to old cuts.  Prune away from telephone wires (Conservation Area Stoke poges Framewood Road)

Parish Council Comments:   No comment – subject to the arboriculturist’s report

No TPO required, Consent Granted

PL/18/3939/KA                  The Coach House, 105A Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4LP

Felling of a Thuja within Stoke Poges West End Conservation Area.

Parish Council Comments:   No comment – subject to the arboriculturist’s report

No TPO required, Consent Granted

 

APPEALS

17/01886/FUL                    Landsdowne House, Templewood Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4DA

Detached dwellinghouse.  Part two storey/part single storey side/rear extension to existing dwellinghouse.

Parish Comments:-  Object Policies GB1 & GB3 both apply, Overdevelopment in the Green Belt.

Written Reps by 19 December 2018

Minutes Full Parish Council 3 December 2018

MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE STOKE POGES PARISH COUNCIL HELD ON MONDAY 3 DECEMBER 2018 AT 7.30 P.M. IN THE LIONEL RIGBY ROOM AT THE VILLAGE CENTRE, ROGERS LANE, STOKE POGES.

Present:-  Cllr Bagge (Chair), Cllr Carter, Cllr Cox, Cllr Crocker, Cllr Finan, Cllr Fox, Cllr Hoskins & Cllr Lynch.

In Attendance:-  Mrs J Simmonds (Clerk)

Also present:-  One member of public.

___________________________________________________________________________

MINUTES

185/PC/18 – Public Session Time (7.30 pm-7.45 pm)

The meeting is open to the public and press and fifteen minutes will be reserved, if required, for public comment.

None

186/PC/18 – Apologies for Absence

APOLOGIES were received from Cllr Taylor.

187/PC/18 – Declarations of interest

Members to declare any personal interest in any item of business as defined in the Code of Conduct 2012.  If that interest is a disclosable pecuniary interest as defined in the Code; the member should withdraw from the meeting for that item.

Cllr Bagge declared a personal interest in item 192.  As a member of SBDC planning committee he would chair this item but would not express views or take part in any vote.

188/PC/18 – Minutes

RESOLVED to approve the minutes of the Council meeting held on 12 November 2018 which were signed by The Chairman.

189/PC/18 – County Councillor’s Report

Cllr Bagge reported on a meeting held with Cllr Bagge, Cllr Fox and residents of Pennylets Green regarding the grasscrete area that has been installed as a trial.  The Parish Council had suggested white lines and bollards as ways of resolving the parking issues but these had been rejected by TfB officers.  The situation  was explained completely and a number of options for the residents to take forward were suggested. Cllr Bagge also introduced one of the residents to our neighbourhood PCSOs.

190/PC/18 – District Councillors’ Report

Cllr Bagge reported that an extra-ordinary meeting took place to discuss the Secretary of State’s decision on the Unitary Authority and decide their response to it.  Both Councils agreed with the SOS that elections for 2019 should be deferred to 2020, but disagree on other issues such as the composition of the shadow executive and the total number of members in the new authority, therefore the Secretary of State will need to decide these matters.

191/PC/18 – Chairman’s Update from last meeting.

Cllr Bagge was made aware of tension around school parking and was invited by the Head to discuss what could be done. She has set up a volunteer group to monitor the areas in high vis and send any details of illegal parking to the police. The meeting agreed to support this initiative and invite villagers to volunteer, if interested.

192/PC/18 – Khalsa School

Cllr Carter had nothing to report other than the noise plan which is still not being expedited by the officer.

193/PC/18 – Parking Enforcement

Cllr Bagge had a meeting with the deputy cabinet member.  NSL can provide additional officers outside of the council, the cost is £36k per year and applications for matched funding can be made through the LAF.  AGREED to take to the LAF for discussion.

7.55pm meeting adjourned as the centre alarm went off and clerk went to investigate.

8.00pm meeting reconvened.

194/PC/18 – Information Board  

Brought back from last meeting regarding the new information board, with consultation details on what to have and where to place the board.  AGREED to defer to January 2019.

195/PC/18 – Carols on the Green

Update given on event by Cllr Carter

196/PC/18 – Defibrillator

RESOLVED to agree in principal to have a defibrillator in the village and to agree to part fund it along with agreed donations from  the carols collection this year, details and costs to be formally agreed after gaining permission from Persimmon to site it on their premises.

197/PC/18 – Cllr Fox proposed to AGREE and  RATIFY the decisions made by Finance & General Purposes on 12 November 2018 as below.  Minutes previously distributed. This was seconded by Cllr Lynch, RESOLVED to agree all in favour. 

009/F/18               Budget 2019/2020

RESOLVED to consider amounts to be included in the budgets for 2019/2020 (R & E items already agreed) and Cllr Bagge proposed along with all agreed changes be to put forward a recommendation for the Parish Council Meeting to be held on 3 December 2018, this was seconded by Cllr Crocker, RESOLVED to agree all in favour.

010/F/18               Precept

Cllr Bagge proposed a 3% increase on last years precept therefore the recommended Precept requirement for 2019/20 for approval by the Parish will be £201739.00 for approval at the Council Meeting to be held on 3 December 2018, this was seconded by Cllr Finan, RESOLVED to agree all in favour.

011/F/18               Projects/Reserves/General Fund

Cllr Bagge proposed to consider monies held in the General Fund and Reserves & Consider any new projects be re-discussed at an extra meeting next year on March 25 2019,  to then make recommendations to the Council for the cancellation of any existing Reserves and / or any changes to the sums held, this was seconded by Cllr Crocker, RESOLVED to agree all in favour.

198/PC/18 – RECEIVED and ADOPTED minutes from previous meetings of sub committees and working parties:

(1)     Planning Minutes – 15 October 2018 – Signed 19 November 2018

(2)     Finance & General Purposes – 11 June 2018 – Signed 12 November 2018

199/PC/18 – Finance

(1) Statement of Accounts – November 2018. To be circulated with the Minutes

(2) RESOLVED to approve list of cheques/Bacs for signature November 2018 £6771.96

(3) Bank reconciliations – November 2018 – To be circulated with the Minutes

(4) Budget monitoring – November 2018 – To be circulated with the Minutes

200/PC/18 – Circulars List/Correspondence and Items received by clerk but not on agenda.

List appended to the agenda of all circulars received in the office and available to view for one month after this meeting.

Correspondence:-

201/PC/18 – NOTED Dates of Future Meetings

Planning Meeting – 10 December 2018

Full Parish Council14 January 2019

202/PC/18 Exclusion of the Press & Public

Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings) Act 1960

RESOLVED to exclude the press and public from the following business because publicity would prejudice the public interest by reason of the confidential nature of the business.

203/PC/18 – Nettleship Wood

RESOLVED to agree all in favour not to use an agent for renting the Frank Solari grazing field, bring back to Recreation and Environment in February 2019.

204/PC/18 – Tennis Club Lease Expiration

Cllr Carter proposed to use a solicitor to renew the lease, seconded by Cllr Finan, RESOLVED to agree all in favour.

 

 

Meeting ended at 8.10pm

 

 

 

 

Minutes Planning Committee 19 November 2018

MINUTES

MINUTES of the Meeting of the Planning Committeee held on

Monday 19 November 2018 at 7.30pm in the Lionel Rigby Room at the Village Centre, Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges

Present:-  Cllr Carter (Chair), Cllr Crocker, Mr Harris, Cllr Taylor

In Attendance:-  Cllr Crocker took the minutes

 __________________________________________________________________________

059/PL/18            Items by Members of Public Present.

The meeting is open to the public and press and the first 15 minutes will be reserved, if required, for public comment.

None

060/PL/18            Apologies for Absence

APOLOGIES were received from Cllr Hoskins, Mr Duncombe and Mrs Simmonds (Clerk)

061/PL/18         Declarations of Interest

Members to declare any personal interest in any item of business as defined in the Code of Conduct 2007.  If that interest is a prejudicial interest as defined in the Code, the member should withdraw from the meeting for that item.

None

062/PL/18            Minutes

RESOLVED to Approve the Minutes of the Planning Meeting held on 15 October 2018 which were signed by the Chairman. 

063/PL/18            Planning Applications

(i) RESOLVED to approve delegated decisions submitted for Planning Applications for which the response date was prior to this Committee Meeting.   See Appendix 1.

(ii) RESOLVED to consider and formulate a response to new Planning Applications received. See Appendix 2. Plus amended plans for information only.

064/PL/18            NOTED Planning Decisions, Enforcements and Appeals.

District Decisions made since the last Planning Committee Meeting.  See Appendix 3. Dating back to June 2018

065/PL/18            NOTED Outstanding Enforcements See Appendix 4.                                               

066/PL/18            Correspondence.

067/PL/18            Exclusion of the Press & Public

Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings) Act 1960  RESOLVED to exclude the press and public from the following business because publicity would prejudice the public interest by reason of the confidential nature of the business.  Part two items:- To discuss any possible unlawful buildings or business’s which have not been granted enforcement notices and therefore are not public.

NOTED Next meeting date:  10 December  2018 

Meeting ended:- 8.07pm

 

APPENDIX 1

DELEGATED DECISIONS

APPENDIX 2

 NEW PLANNING APPLICATIONS RECEIVED

PL/18/3939/KA                  The Coach House, 105A Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4LP

Felling of a Thuja within Stoke Poges West End Conservation Area.

Parish Council Comments:   No comment – subject to the arboriculturist’s report

PL/18/3902/KA                  The Old Cottage, Hollybush Hill, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4QN

T1 Magnolia, T2 Acacia, T3 Cherry – Reduce and reshape to old cuts, T4 Gum – Reduce by 50% (3.5m) and reshape, T5 Purple sycamore – Reduce and reshape to old cuts.  Prune away from telephone wires (Conservation Area Stoke poges Framewood Road)

Parish Council Comments:   No comment – subject to the arboriculturist’s report

PL/18/3750/FA                   Sorret House, West End Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4ND

Part two storey and part single storey rear extension.

Parish Council Comments:   No Comment

PL/18/3821/FA                   Gable End, West End Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4ND

Demolition of existing garage, part single/part two storey front and rear extensions, alterations to roof and side fenestration.

Parish Council Comments:    We have concerns about the height of the new roof and whether it is in keeping with the area

PQ/18/42305/PREAPP     Mulberry Cottage, Duffield lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4AA

Advice re:-  The ability to build and extension to connect two separate first floor parts of the house.  House is in a conservation area and in green belt.

Parish Council Comments:   We could find no plans or documents on line so regrettably are unable to comment on this planning application.

PL/18/3919/FA                   The Bungalow, Wexham Street, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL3 6PA

First floor side extension.

Parish Council Comments:   No Comment

PL/18/4124/KA                  The Stoke Poges School, Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4LN

Works to trees next to school in conservation area: Stoke Poges West End.

Parish Council Comments:   No comment – subject to the arboriculturist’s report

PL/18/3802/FA                   Claremont House, Gerrards Cross Road, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4EL

Two storey side extension.

Parish Council Comments:   We believe that Appendix 8, 3.1 applies to this application.

PL/18/3851/TP                   Copperfield House, Stoke Court Drive, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4LU

T1, Cedar Tree – remove to ground level and replaced, T2, Lime Tree – cur back and reduce by 25%, T3 Lime Tree – crown reduction by 25% (SBDC TPO 02, 1963)

Parish Council Comments:   No comment – subject to the arboriculturist’s report

AMENDED PLANS FOR INFORMATION

APPENDIX 3

NOTED PLANNING DECISIONS DATING BACK TO JUNE 2018

 

18/00611/GPDE Lane Lodge, Grays Park Road, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4HX, Notification under The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015,  Part 1 of Schedule 2 Class A 4 for a single storey rear extension (Dimensions D 8.0m, MH 3.25m, EH 3m).
PriorApproval Not Required

 

18/00626/FUL

 

 

4 Glenfields, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4LS,

 

 

Single storey rear extension incorporating roof lantern.

Conditional Permission

 

18/00736/CLOPED

 

 

18 Bunby Road, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4BP,

 

 

Application for Certificate of Lawfulness for proposed: Outbuilding

Cert of law proposed dev

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18/00711/TPO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 Fircroft Close, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4DS,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

T1 & T2 Douglas Fir – Reduce two over extended limbs by 2-3 metres back to canopy profile.  (TPO No 12, 1974)

Conditional Permission

 

 

 

18/00502/CLUED

 

 

 

 

Stoke Park Ltd, Stoke Park House, Park Road, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, ,

 

 

 

 

Application for Certificate of Lawfulness of Existing Use: Commencement of development pursuant to planning permission 14/02218/FUL.

Certificate of Lawful Development

 

18/00754/FUL

 

 

 

1 Vine Road, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4DW,

 

 

 

Single storey side/front/rear extension, hip-to-gable extension and loft conversion incorporating rear dormer and rooflights

Conditional Permission

 

18/00686/FUL

 

 

34 Plough Lane, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4JR,

 

 

Erection of single storey side extension following demolition of part of the single storey rear element

Conditional Permission

 

18/00759/CLOPED

 

 

Spring Cottage, Stoke Wood, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4AU,

 

 

Application for a Certificate of Lawfulness for proposed: Outbuilding.

Cert of law proposed dev

 

18/00553/FUL

 

 

Lane Lodge, Grays Park Road, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4HX,

 

 

First floor front extension, insertion of window on side elevation.

Conditional Permission

 

18/00762/CLOPED

 

 

Spring Cottage, Stoke Wood, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4AU,

 

 

Application for a Certificate of Lawfulness for proposed: Outbuilding.

Cert of law proposed dev

 

18/00845/FUL

 

 

The Cedars, Hollybush Hill, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4QN,

 

 

Single Storey side extensions

Withdrawn

 

 

18/00774/FUL

 

 

 

Lake View, Lakeside Drive, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4LX,

 

 

 

Three storey front,part two/part single storey side,single storey rear, first floor extensions, roof alteration to facilitate loft conversion incorporating rear dormer.

Conditional Permission

 

18/00905/FUL

 

 

Heatherset, Farthing Green Lane, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4JH,

 

 

Part single, part two storey rear , first floor front extensions.

Withdrawn

 

18/00676/FUL

 

 

Brookdale, Bells Hill, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4ED,

 

 

Redevelopment of site to provide 7 dwellings with associated parking and access.

Refuse Permission

 

 

 

18/00938/RVC

 

 

 

 

27 Broom Hill, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4PU,

 

 

 

 

Variation of condition 2 of planning permission 17/01678/FUL (Redevelopment of site to provide two detached dwellings with associated vehicular accesses.) to allow for the addition of obscured glazing and alterations to rooflights

Conditional Permission

 

 

18/00919/FUL

Conditional Permission

 

 

 

 

 

1 Ash Grove, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4AG,

 

 

 

 

 

 

Single storey side, part single/part two storey side extensions.

 

 

PL/18/2237/KA Little Mount, Duffield Lane, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4AA, T1 – Sycamore Fell, T2 – Sycamore Fell, T3 – Poplar Fell, T5 – Sycamore Fell, T6 – Scots Pine remove storm damaged limb, hung up branch and deadwood
TPO shall not be made

 

PL/18/2117/FA

 

 

Gateside, Park Road, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4PG,

 

 

Two storey rear extension and loft conversion

Conditional Permission

 

PL/18/2144/FA

 

 

Oak Acre, Templewood Lane, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4BG,

 

 

New vehicular entrance with wall and gate and a drop kerb off Templewood Lane

Conditional Permission

 

PL/18/2156/FA

 

 

The Grey House, 61 Plough Lane, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4JP,

 

 

Single storey rear/side extension.

Conditional Permission

 

PL/18/2143/FA

 

 

Oak Acre, Templewood Lane, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4BG,

 

 

Detached double garage with wood store at rear.

Withdrawn

 

 

 

PL/18/2275/FA

 

 

 

 

11 Clevehurst Close, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4EP,

 

 

 

 

 

Replacement of front porch; conversion of carport to garage. Single storey side to rear extension, partial demolition of existing garage. First floor rear extesion. Raise ridge height of existing roof including two rooflights in rear roof slope.

Conditional Permission

 

 

18/00834/FUL

 

 

 

 

31 Hazell Way, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4DD,

 

 

 

 

Part two storey, part single storey rear extension and front canopy.

Conditional Permission

PL/18/2061/FA

 

8 Cherry Orchard, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4PY,

 

Two storey infill extension to front, detached garage, changes to fenestration and internal alterations.

Conditional Permission

 

PL/18/2512/FA

18 Bunby Road, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4BP, Two storey rear extension and extended drop kerb (Revision to approved scheme 18/00180/FUL).
Conditional Permission

 

PL/18/2590/TP

 

 

Building A, Sefton Park, Bells Hill, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4HD,

 

 

T795 Horse Chestnut – Crown Reduction by 2-3 metres. (SBDC TPO 12,1998)

Conditional Permission

 

PL/18/2552/FA

 

 

Lanterns, Hollybush Hill, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4PX,

 

 

Vehicle crossover to change vehicular access.

Conditional Permission

 

PL/18/2550/FA

 

 

41 Freemans Close, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4ER,

 

 

Two storey front extension, first floor side extension, single storey rear extension with rooflights and sun pipes to roof

Conditional Permission

 

PL/18/2588/TP

 

 

34 Freemans Close, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4ER,

 

 

T1 & T2: Scots Pine- Fell. (SBDC TPO 12,2003)

Consent not needed

 

PL/18/2899/PNE

 

 

Grays Mead, Park Road, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4PA,

 

 

Notification of proposed single storey rear extension; depth extending from the original rear wall of 5 metres, a maximum height of 3.1 metres and a maximum eaves height of 3 metres.

Withdrawn

 

PL/18/2653/FA

 

 

16 Bunby Road, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4BP,

 

 

Single storey front extension.

Conditional Permission

 

 

PL/18/2127/FA

 

 

 

Glencairn, Duffield Park, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4HY,

 

 

 

Two storey front infill extension.

Conditional Permission

 

PL/18/2627/SA

 

 

 

2 Plough Lane, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4JR,

 

 

 

Certificate of Lawfulness for proposed construction of vehicular access with associated hardstanding and replacement garage.

Cert of law proposed dev or use issued

 

PL/18/2385/VRC

 

 

 

Pine Grove/Islay/Aramghar, Park Road, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4PJ,

 

 

 

Variation of condition 2 of Planning Permission 10/00810/FUL (Redevelopment of site to provide 3 detached dwellings with detached garages. Construction of vehicular access) to allow an amendment to the design of the dwellings known as Islay and Pine Grove

Conditional Permission

 

PL/18/2715/FA

 

 

15 Elizabeth Way, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4LQ,

 

 

Demolition of existing garage building and construction of new single storey building, incorporating garage, games room and garden store.

Conditional Permission

 

PL/18/2174/FA

 

 

 

Parkfield, Farthing Green Lane, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4JQ,

 

 

 

Replacement dwelling and integral garage

Conditional Permission

 

 

PL/18/2601/NMA

 

 

 

West End Cottage, West End Lane, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4NE,

 

 

 

Non-material amendment to planning permission 17/00168/FUL (Replacement detached dwelling, detached garage & construction of vehicular access. (Amendment to that approved under Planning Permission 14/01853/FUL)) to allow re-positioning of side door, side

Accepted

 

PL/18/2800/FA

 

 

6 Cherry Orchard, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4PY,

 

 

Detached double garage with store.

Conditional Permission

 

PL/18/2747/FA

 

 

83 Hazell Way, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4DG,

 

 

Single storey side and rear extension.

Conditional Permission

 

PL/18/2904/FA

 

 

4 Hazell Way, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4BN,

 

 

Erection of a single storey rear extension to existing integral garage and front porch extension.

Conditional Permission

 

PL/18/2905/SA

 

 

4 Hazell Way, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4BN,

Application for a

 

Certificate of Lawfulness for a proposed side dormer and two roof lights.

Cert of law proposed dev

 

 

PL/18/2828/FA

 

 

 

18 Clevehurst Close, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4EP,

 

 

 

Erection of an attached single garage

Conditional Permission

 

PL/18/2849/FA

 

 

Land Adjacent To 29, Decies Way, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, ,

 

 

Demolition of existing buildings and erection of a new detached chalet bungalow served by the existing vehicular access.

Conditional Permission

 

 

 

 

18/00679/OUT

 

 

 

 

 

 

St Andrews Church Centre, Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4LN,

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outline application for : First floor extension to provide 4 x 2 bedroom flats.

Conditional Permission

 

18/00865/FUL

 

 

 

Firs Field Storage Building, Duffield Lane, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire

 

 

 

Erection of a detached single-storey dwelling following demolition of the existing storage building.

Conditional Permission

 

PL/18/3073/FA

 

 

Craylands, West End Lane, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4ND,

 

 

Construction of detached garage to front and outbuilding to rear garden, extension of driveway, addition of side gate.

   
   Conditional

Permission

   
     
     
     
     
APPENDIX 3

NOTED PLANNING DECISIONS NEW

 

PL/18/3148/FA                   Khalsa Secondary Academy Part, Pioneer House, Hollybush Hill, Stoke Poges

The installation of temporary classrooms arranged in a single block and a double storey block for a temporary period until 1 March 2019.

Parish Comments:-  OBJECT in Green Belt.  Policies GB1, EP3 (a), (b), (c) & (d) all apply as well as TR5 & TR7 as we are assuming they are required to house students that cannot be accommodated in the existing building.  This will result in more traffic which the surrounding areas cannot accommodate.   The 50% Green Belt rules also apply.  If minded to approve there must be strict conditions that they come down in March 2019 and permission is NOT extended.   These temporary buildings are sighted close to neighbouring properties and will lead to loss of privacy and an increase in noise disturbance.  Therefore if minded to approve we ask that the blocks be reversed so that the single block is nearest the boundary and the two storey sited nearest the existing building so that the double block does not overlook  into the neighbouring properties and cause them loss of privacy.  We would ask that the trees remain undisturbed.  These temporary buildings will, in our view, negatively impact the open nature of the area.

Hereby Permits

 

PL/18/3350/FA                   Leven House, Park Road, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 5PA

Redevelopment of site to provide three storey building with 5 apartments and demolition of existing dwelling.

Parish Comments:-  Object policy TR5 applies.  This is a renowned junction for accidents and speeding and there will be too much extra traffic movement which will be dangerous.

Permission Refused

 

 

   
     
APPEALS

 

   

Agenda Full Parish Council Monday 3 December 2018

YOU ARE SUMMONED TO ATTEND THE MEETING OF THE STOKE POGES PARISH COUNCIL TO BE HELD ON MONDAY 3 DECEMBER 2018 AT 7.30 P.M. IN THE LIONEL RIGBY ROOM AT THE VILLAGE CENTRE, ROGERS LANE, STOKE POGES.

To deal with the following business:

___________________________________________________________________________

AGENDA

185/PC/18 – Public Session Time (7.30 pm-7.45 pm)

The meeting is open to the public and press and fifteen minutes will be reserved, if required, for public comment.

186/PC/18 – Apologies for Absence 

187/PC/18 – Declarations of interest

Members to declare any personal interest in any item of business as defined in the Code of Conduct 2012.  If that interest is a disclosable pecuniary interest as defined in the Code; the member should withdraw from the meeting for that item.

188/PC/18 – Minutes

To approve the minutes of the Council meeting held on 12 November 2018 (previously circulated).

189/PC/18 – County Councillor’s Report

190/PC/18 – District Councillors’ Report

191/PC/18 – Chairman’s Update from last meeting.

192/PC/18 – Khalsa School

Update from Cllr Carter.

193/PC/18 – Parking Enforcement

Brought back from last meeting as Cllr Bagge was still waiting for the procedures to be sent to him.

194/PC/18 – Information Board  

Brought back from last meeting regarding the new information board, with consultation details on what to have and where to place the board.

195/PC/18 – Carols on the Green

Update on event.  Any last minute decisions/arrangements.

196/PC/18 – Defibrillator

To agree to have a defibrillator in the village and to agree to part fund it along with agreed donations from  the carols collection this year.

197/PC/18 – To Ratify decisions made by Finance & General Purposes on 12 November 2018.  Minutes previously distributed.

009/F/18               Budget 2019/2020

RESOLVED to consider amounts to be included in the budgets for 2019/2020 (R & E items already agreed) and Cllr Bagge proposed along with all agreed changes be to put forward a recommendation for the Parish Council Meeting to be held on 3 December 2018, this was seconded by Cllr Crocker, RESOLVED to agree all in favour.

010/F/18               Precept

Cllr Bagge proposed a 3% increase on last year’s precept therefore the recommended Precept requirement for 2019/20 for approval by the Parish will be £201739.00 for approval at the Council Meeting to be held on 3 December 2018, this was seconded by Cllr Finan, RESOLVED to agree all in favour.

011/F/18               Projects/Reserves/General Fund

Cllr Bagge proposed to consider monies held in the General Fund and Reserves & Consider any new projects be re-discussed at an extra meeting next year on March 25 2019,  to then make recommendations to the Council for the cancellation of any existing Reserves and / or any changes to the sums held, this was seconded by Cllr Crocker, RESOLVED to agree all in favour.

198/PC/18 – RECEIVE and ADOPT minutes from previous meetings of sub committees and working parties:

(1)     Planning Minutes – 15 October 2018 – Signed 19 November 2018

(2)     Finance & General Purposes – 11 June 2018 – Signed 12 November 2018

199/PC/18 – Finance

(1) Statement of Accounts – November 2018. To be tabled

(2) To approve list of cheques/Bacs for signature November 2018 £ (subject to additions) – To be tabled

(3) Bank reconciliations – November 2018 – To be tabled

(4) Budget monitoring – November 2018 – To be tabled.

200/PC/18 – Circulars List/Correspondence and Items received by clerk but not on agenda.

List appended to the agenda of all circulars received in the office and available to view for one month after this meeting.

Correspondence:-

201/PC/18 – Dates of Future Meetings

Planning Meeting – 10 December 2018

Full Parish Council14 January 2019

202/PC/18 Exclusion of the Press & Public

Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings) Act 1960

To resolve to exclude the press and public from the following business because publicity would prejudice the public interest by reason of the confidential nature of the business.

203/PC/18 – Nettleship Wood

Frank Solari grazing lease update deferred from last meeting

204/PC/18 – Tennis Club Lease Expiration

Lease update

 

Julie Simmonds

Clerk to the Council

28 November 2018

 

Minutes Finance & General Purposes 12 November 2018

MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE FINANCE AND GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE OF THE STOKE POGES PARISH COUNCIL HELD ON MONDAY 12 NOVEMBER 2018 AT 8.55 P.M. FOLLOWING THE FULL PARISH COUNCIL MEETING IN THE LIONEL RIGBY ROOM AT THE VILLAGE CENTRE, STOKE POGES, SL2 4LP

Present:-  Cllr Fox (Chair), Cllr Bagge, Cllr Carter, Cllr Finan & Cllr Lynch.

In Attendance:-  Mrs J Simmonds

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MINUTES

006/F/18               Apologies for Absence

APOLOGIES were received from Cllr Hoskins. 

007/F/18               Declarations of Interest

Members to declare any personal interest in any item of business as defined in the Code of Conduct 2012.  If that interest is a disclosable pecuniary interest as defined in the Code; the member should withdraw from the meeting for that item.

None

008/F/18               Minutes

RESOLVED to approve the minutes of the meeting held on 11 June 2018 which were signed by the

Chairman.

009/F/18               Budget 2019/2020

RESOLVED to consider amounts to be included in the budgets for 2019/2020 (R & E items already agreed) and Cllr Bagge proposed along with all agreed changes be to put forward a recommendation for the Parish Council Meeting to be held on 3 December 2018, this was seconded by Cllr Crocker, RESOLVED to agree all in favour.

010/F/18               Precept

Cllr Bagge proposed a 3% increase on last year’s precept therefore the recommended Precept requirement for 2019/20 for approval by the Parish will be £201739.00 for approval at the Council Meeting to be held on 3 December 2018, this was seconded by Cllr Finan, RESOLVED to agree all in favour.

011/F/18               Projects/Reserves/General Fund

Cllr Bagge proposed to consider monies held in the General Fund and Reserves & Consider any new projects be re-discussed at an extra meeting next year on March 25 2019,  to then make recommendations to the Council for the cancellation of any existing Reserves and / or any changes to the sums held, this was seconded by Cllr Crocker, RESOLVED to agree all in favour.

012/F/18              NOTED Date of next meeting:- 25 March 2019

 013/F/18              Exclusion of the Press & Public

Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings) Act 1960 RESOLVED to exclude the press and public from the following business because publicity would prejudice the public interest by reason of the confidential nature of the business.

014/F/18               Clerks Appraisal/Update

NOTED clerks appraisal has been carried out successfully.

015/F/18               Clerks Salary

RESOLVED to agree clerk’s salary, Cllr Carter proposed a bonus to be paid in December 2018 retrospectively for the past year; in recognition of the clerks good work and value to this council, this was seconded by Cllr Crocker. RESOLVED to agree all in favour.

Meeting ended at: 9.51pm

 

 

 

Minutes Full Parish Council 12 November 2018

MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE STOKE POGES PARISH COUNCIL HELD ON MONDAY 12 NOVEMBER 2018 AT 7.30 P.M. IN THE LIONEL RIGBY ROOM AT THE VILLAGE CENTRE, ROGERS LANE, STOKE POGES.

Present:-  Cllr Bagge (Chair), Cllr Carter, Cllr Cox, Cllr Crocker, Cllr Finan, Cllr Fox, Cllr Lynch & Cllr Taylor.

Also Present:-  Mrs J Simmonds (Clerk)

__________________________________________________________________________

MINUTES

154/PC/18 – Police

Email circulated from Sergeant James Ellis explaining that reporting will now be quarterly and officers will not attend meetings unless requested or if there is a pressing community issue and they have been requested, or they have an issue to discuss in which case an agenda item can be requested with the clerk or they can discuss in the public session time.  AGREED all in favour to remove the police item from future agendas.

155/PC/18 – Public Session Time (7.30 pm-7.45 pm)

The meeting is open to the public and press and fifteen minutes will be reserved, if required, for public comment.

None

156/PC/18 – Apologies for Absence

APOLOGIES were received from Cllr Hoskins.

157/PC/18 – Declarations of interest

Members to declare any personal interest in any item of business as defined in the Code of Conduct 2012.  If that interest is a disclosable pecuniary interest as defined in the Code; the member should withdraw from the meeting for that item.

Cllr Bagge declared a personal interest in item 162.  As a member of SBDC planning committee he would chair this item but would not express views or take part in any vote.

158/PC/18 – Minutes

RESOLVED to approve the minutes of the Council meeting held on 8 October 2018 which were signed by the Chairman.

159/PC/18 – County Councillor’s Report

Cllr Bagge reported that the decision had been made by government to have a single unitary council for Buckinghamshire, from May 2020.

The annual capital maintenance meeting has taken place and several roads in the area have been put forward for the maintenance programs in 2019 and 2020.  Several pavements have also been identified for repairs next year.

160/PC/18 – District Councillors’ Report

The main topic of discussion has been the decision about the Unitary Authority which will most likely mean laying aside the County/District/Parish elections for next year.

The temporary classrooms at Khalsa School have been given permission, expiring 1 March 2019. However, the units have not been installed in the locations shown in the application and given consent.

The Country Park has been given the go ahead by SBDC.

161/PC/18 – Chairman’s Update from last meeting.

Cllr Bagge said that it was widely perceived that the 11/11 event went really well and he asked for thanks to be recorded to Cllr Carter, Revd Brady, for the service, Cllr Finan for the beacon lighting and Cllr Bagge for the sound system.

South Bucks are on the second consultation of the community governance review which recommends Stoke Poges Parish Council be reduced from 13 councillors to 11.  It was recommended that everyone responds individually.

162/PC/18 – Khalsa School

Cllr Carter reported that traffic issues were a big problem.  There are issues still with lights being left on all night.

163/PC/18 – Vine Road Verges

It was AGREED that issue has resolved itself and is to be removed from the agenda, to be brought back if necessary.

164/PC/18 – Footpath on Hollybush Hill   

Cllr Bagge reported that the advice from County is that the Parish Council has no reason to know who the land owner is because footpaths will be dealt with by either the LAT or Rights of Way, both can be contacted directly by residents and there is no need for the Parish Council to be involved.  AGREED to remove from the agenda.

165/PC/18 – Stone

Cllr Carter proposed to accept the quote from Ross Memorials to move the stone and refresh the letters for £90, this was seconded by Cllr Finan, RESOLVED to agree all in favour.  To be placed at the agreed site on the Village Centre.

166/PC/18 – Registered Land

AGREED to defer.

167/PC/18 – Pennylets Green/Bollards

Cllr Bagge and Cllr Fox have agreed to meet residents next week to discuss and explain what their options are, after that there is little more the Parish Council can do, AGREED to remove from the agenda.

168/PC/18 – Parking Enforcement

Cllr Bagge had a meeting arranged with officers which was cancelled by them, AGREED to defer.

169/PC/18 – Persimmon Homes

This item has resolved itself, AGREED to remove from agenda.

170/PC/18 – Information Board  

AGREED to defer to next meeting regarding the new information board, with consultation details on what to have and where to place the board.

171/PC/18 – Carols on the Green

Cllr Carter said the event was potentially back on track but dependent on the  purchase of six large pop up gazebos to be used yearly at this event (and others) to alleviate the need for borrowing large marquees which require specialist help in setting up.  Cllr Taylor proposed that an amount of up to £1500 be spent on purchasing the required items to be taken from the budget, this was seconded by Cllr Fox, RESOLVED to agree 7 for and 1 against.

Cllr Taylor proposed to agree to donate the collection this year towards a defibrillator to be installed in the village this was seconded by Cllr Crocker, RESOLVED to agree all in favour.

172/PC/18 – Pavilion

NOTED and  Cllr Carter proposed to agree that the scouts could hold a fundraising race night on 2 March 2019 at the pavilion to raise funds for a member to attend the Scout World Jamboree in the USA next year, this was seconded by Cllr Crocker, RESOLVED to agree all in favour.

173/PC/18 – Office

NOTED that the clerk’s office is currently being cleared to comply with the GDPR and the SLCC guidelines for keeping accounts and data.  AGREED that the office can be decorated to match the recent decoration in the LRR at no cost to the council

174/PC/18 – Litter picking for 2019

AGREED dates for next year between spring and autumn so that they can be advertised on the notice boards and the next SPN editions.

175/PC/18 – Christmas Lights

Cllr Carter proposed to accept the request from the Village Centre Manager to use our electrical supply to power their Christmas Lights which will be supplied by the same Company as the Parish Council use, and to agree if the Parish Council should pay for the power, this was seconded by Cllr Bagge, RESOLVED to agree all in favour.

176/PC/18 – Lionel Rigby Room

AGREED to replace the brass boards in the LRR and one more picture, AGREED to liaise with the Village Centre Manager about a new picture to go into the room.

177/PC/18 – Christmas Hampers

AGREED to support the request from the school about Parish Council involvement in a year six project to make hampers for the elderly. Cllrs Bagge, Carter and Lynch happy to be involved.

178/PC/18 – RECEIVED and ADOPTED minutes from previous meetings of sub committees and working parties:

(1)     Planning Minutes – 17 September 2018 – Signed 15 October 2018

(2)     Recreation & Environment Minutes – 25 June 2018 – Signed 22 October 2018

179/PC/18 – Finance

(1) NOTED Statement of Accounts – October 2018.

(2) RESOLVED to approve list of cheques/Bacs for signature October 2018 total £15483.16

(3) RECEIVED Bank reconciliations – October 2018

(4) NOTED Budget monitoring – October 2018

180/PC/18 – Circulars List/Correspondence and Items received by clerk but not on agenda.

List appended to the agenda of all circulars received in the office and available to view for one month after this meeting.

Correspondence:-

181/PC/18 – NOTED Dates of Future Meetings

Planning Meeting – 19 November 2018

Full Parish Council3 December 2018

182/PC/18 Exclusion of the Press & Public

Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings) Act 1960

RESOLVED to exclude the press and public from the following business because publicity would prejudice the public interest by reason of the confidential nature of the business.

183/PC/18 – Nettleship Wood

Frank Solari grazing lease update – AGREED to defer until December meeting.

184/PC/18 – Tennis Club Lease Expiration

Lease update – AGREED to bring back to December meeting.

Meeting ended at 8.55pm