Agenda Planning Committee Monday 11 December 2017

AGENDA

You are summoned to attend a Meeting of the Planning Committee to be held on Monday 11 December 2017 at 7.30pm in the Lionel Rigby Room at the Village Centre, Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges

 

                                                                                                               Julie Simmonds

                                                                                                               Clerk

                                                                                                               6 December 2017

 

 

066/PL/17       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.

 067/PL/17       Apologies for Absence

 068/PL/17         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.

069/PL/17       Minutes

Approval of the Minutes of the Planning Meeting held on 20 November 2017 (previously circulated)          

 070/PL/17       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.

 071/PL/17       Planning Decisions, Enforcements and Appeals.

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

 072/PL/17       Outstanding Enforcements See Appendix 4.

 073/PL/17       Correspondence.

 074/PL/17       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:  15 January 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

APPENDIX 1

DELEGATED DECISIONS

 

APPENDIX 2

 NEW PLANNING APPLICATIONS RECEIVED

 

17/02128/TPO                    Building A, Sefton Park, Bells Hill, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4HD                      

T678 Salix Caprea – Goat Willow (T678) – Pollard Tree to 1 meter from ground level and encourage re-growth.

 

17/02054/FUL                    Slough Cemetery, Stoke Road, Slough, Berks, SL2 5AX

Change of use of land to form cemetery extension incorporating increase in ground levels by 1.5m and associated hardstanding.

 

17/02170/FUL                    1 Journeys End, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4NT

Detached dwelling house and vehicular access with associated hardstanding.

 

17/02164/FUL                    Longfield Cottage, Park Road, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4PE

Detached garage.

 

17/02195/TPO                    Hillend, School Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4QA

Lime Trees- Pollard back to previous pruning points.  (SBDC TPO 5, 1987)

 

17/02129/TPO                    Electricity Sub Station at , 6 Post Office Cottages, Hollybush Hill, Stoke Poges

T58, T48 Horse Chestnut – Raise low branches up to 4m.  T57, T53, T52, T49, T50 Lime – Raise low branches up to 4m, remove epicormics and Horse Chestnut – Raise low branches up to 4m.  T55, T51 Hornbeam – raise low branches up to 4m.  T42 to T47 Lime and Horse Chestnut x 6 – Raise low branches up to 6m, remove epidormics (SBDC TPO 22, 1997).

 

17/02213/FUL                    The Cedars, Hollybush Hill, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4QN

Replacement dwelling with detached garage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AMENDED PLANS FOR INFORMATION

 

APPENDIX 3

PLANNING DECISIONS

 

 

17/01916/TPO                    36 Freemans Close, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4ER

T1 (Horse Chestnut) Crown reduction 3m, reduce lateral branches by 1.5m.  T2 (Pine) reduce lateral branches by 1.5m (SBDC TPO No 2003, 12)

Parish Comments:-  No Objection subject to the arboriculturalists report.

Consent Granted in Part/Part Refused

 

17/01861/CLUED              Firs Field, Duffield Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks

Detached garage.

Parish Comments:-  Object. This application does not comply with any of the Green Belt policies and is bordered on both sides by sssi sites.

This proposal, if permitted, would be likely to act as a precursor of further applications for similar types of development within this part of the Green Belt, which the District Planning Authority would find increasingly difficult to resist and which, cumulatively, would further seriously prejudice the openness of the Green Belt and the aims and objectives of the Green Belt Policy.

Certificate of Lawfulness

 

17/01893/TPO                    53 Vine Road, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4DW

T1. Oak Reduce and reshape crown by removal of up to 3 metres in crown height, and 2 metres in lateral width/ (BD TPO NO 6, 1976 (A1)).

T2. Oak The subject tree is of a large spreading nature straddling gardens and encroaching onto the adjacent properties.  It therefore requires pruning as specified in order to maintain at a size appropriate to its location and to allow sustainable tree management in the long term.

Parish Comments:-  No Objection subject to the arboriculturalists report.

Consent Granted

 

 

17/01678/FUL                    27 Broom Hill, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4PU

Redevelopment of site to provide two detached dwellings with associated vehicular access.

Parish Comments:-  Object our previous comments plus other comments apply:-

OBJECT Policies EP3 (a), (b), (c), (d) & (e).  H9 (a) & (b) and TR7 (a), (b), (c) & (d) all apply.

This application is an over dominance of the site and is totally out of character with its surroundings.  The style of the development of two high detached properties will set a precedent within our semi-rural area.  It does not meet the criteria and characteristics as laid out in the South Bucks Townscape Character Study.

The rear dormers on these properties are at least half a meter higher than those on the previous application and will seriously overlook the properties ‘Little Chesters’ and ‘Ambersley’ at the rear.

Public Speaking 6/12/17

 

17/01661/FUL                    Orchard House, 3 Freemans Close, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4ER

Demolition of existing detached garage and single storey front extension and construction of detached dwelling.

Parish Comments:-  No Comment

Public Speaking 6/12/17

 

17/01848/RVC                    The Grey House, 61 Plough Lane, Stoke Poges, SL2 4JP

Removal of condition 7 of pp 16/02423/FUL (replacement dwelling) to allow permitted development rights to be reinstated.

Parish Comments:- Object.  SBDC removed the permitted development rights and we see absolutely no reason for them to be re-instated.

Refusal of Removal/Variation of Condition

 

17/002107/ADJ                  St Johns Baptist Church, Manor Park Church, Stoke Poges Lane, SL1 3LW

Demolition of existing church and hall.  Erection of replacement church with community hall and bell towe, a detached vicarage, and a pair of semi-detached dwellings.  Associated parking, landscaping and a new access road (Slough Borough Council Ref: P/04874/001).

Parish Comments:-  Object, this is an infringement of the Green Belt and Overdevelopment.

SBDC Object.

 

 

 

 

 

APPEALS

17/00352/FUL                    Davel House, Keens Acre, Stoke Poges, Bucks, SL2 4FB

Amendment to PP 15/00501/FUL to allow for increase in roof height.

Parish Comments:-  No Comment

Refusal of Planning Permission

Fast Track Appeal

Appeal Dismissed

Public asked for their views on creating a country park in South Bucks District [OFFICIAL]

SBDC News Release

23 November 2017

PR 2988

For Immediate Release

Public asked for their views on creating a country park in South Bucks District

South Bucks District Council is considering the viability of transforming its former golf academy site in Stoke Poges into a country park, open to the public all year and providing wide range of outdoor recreational facilities. It will be seeking the public’s views from 6 December 2017 until 22 January 2018.

The vision is for the 20.75 hectares site, which lies between the B416 and Stoke Poges Lane in Stoke Poges, to offer comprehensive, purpose-built cycling facilities, a BMX trail and mountain bike trail, a green gym, landscaped amphitheatre area as well as walking areas and the preservation of a number of the wildlife habitats on the site. There will also be  café facilities and a children’s playground.

The potential scheme is very much at the conceptual stage at the moment, but the Council is keen to see this site established for outdoor recreational use, and enjoyed by the wider public.

The Council is working with epd Parkwood consultants, who have extensive experience in providing park and leisure facilities.

Public meetings to show people the outline vision for revitalising this site and to gauge public opinion are being held on:

Wednesday 6 December, 2pm -6pm at The Cedar Room, The South Buckinghamshire Golf Club, Stoke Road, SL2 4NL

and

Thursday 7 December, 2pm – 7pm, at Stoke Poges Village Hall, Rogers Lane, SL2 4LP

From 6 December, people can also give their views online via the South Bucks District Council website, where more information can be found – www.southbucks.gov.uk/countrypark or by emailing Thecountrypark [Email address: Thecountrypark #AT# southbucks.gov.uk - replace #AT# with @ ].

The outline concept will be displayed in the Reception area of South Bucks District Council’s offices at Capswood, Denham and at Stoke Poges Parish Council offices, Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges SL2 4LP through December after the public meetings until the consultation closes on 22 January 2018.

South Bucks District Council Leader, Cllr Nick Naylor, said: “We are really excited about the possibility of this area becoming a country park. We’ve been considering our options for the site since the golf academy closed in 2016 and believe revitalising it as a country park offers the best solution.

“The vision is for a place where people can come to relax, exercise, be inspired by watching sports like club cycling; we envisage great walking routes for people, a jogging circuit, an amphitheatre area which schools and local groups could use, as well as imaginative planting and landscaping of the site – in short, something for everyone in a safe and beautiful environment.

“If this project does go ahead, it will represent a significant investment for the Council. It is, therefore, imperative that we get the mix of provision right, and that’s what the public consultation is all about.

“The open events are one way people can find out about our vision for the site, but there will also be information, and an online consultation, on the South Bucks District Council website. I would urge everyone to give us their views.”

John Nuttall, Director of Landscape for epd Parkwood, said: “We are delighted to be working with South Bucks District Council on the design which brings together a variety of threads and themes which, once implemented, will provide a valued new country park for use by the whole local community, all ages and people with diverse interests.  This country park will have an extensive network of formal and informal footpaths, bike, jogging and walking routes  increasing the amount and variety of wildlife habitats along with a central ‘community’ area with an outdoor amphitheatre.

“The design is a ‘landmark’ design in keeping with the nearby Capability Brown designed landscape and creates changes of perspective by the various landforms, woodland planting and seasonal variations throughout the calendar year. All of this will be available year round and a modernised cafe will provide refreshments and a place to sit and engage with not only the park but also other members of the community.”

 

Next steps: Responses to the consultation will be analysed and taken into consideration for the site’s design, before a planning application is submitted  in the Spring. It’s hoped work can start in the autumn and the facilities become available from 2020.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attachments

Former Gerrards Cross Police station site redevelopment – have your say

News Release

01 December 2017

PR 2989

For Immediate Release

Former Gerrards Cross Police station site redevelopment – have your say

 

 

In March 2017 South Bucks District Council purchased the former Gerrards Cross Police station site for redevelopment.

 

Councillor Barbara Gibbs, South Bucks’ Cabinet Member for Resources said: “Exciting plans have been developed by the Council to provide 34 apartments of which 14 will help towards meeting affordable housing needs.”

 

Before the planning application is submitted at the end of December, we would like to show people the proposed scheme. We have arranged for display boards to be set up in the reception area at the South Bucks District Council offices (Capswood), Oxford Road, Denham UB9 4LH from 1 December to 15 December 2017 during the SBDC office opening hours (9am to 5pm).

Arrangements are also being made, with Parish clerks, for display boards to be set up at local Parish Council offices in Gerrards Cross and Denham. We have set up an area on our website – www.southbucks.gov.uk/GXpolice-stn-redevelop where you can find the details of the proposals and leave your comments. We will seek to address comments received, where possible, before the planning application is submitted.

 

The project costs are now being finalised and the scheme will be subject to approval by the SBDC Cabinet, early next year. We have had initial discussions with the planning officers to ensure we have produced a scheme that will be in keeping with and enhance this residential area. During the planning application process there will be an additional opportunity to comment on the proposals.

 

If planning permission is granted, work is expected to start in July 2018 and be completed by August 2019.

 

 

Agenda Full Parish Council Monday 4th December 2017

YOU ARE SUMMONED TO ATTEND THE MEETING OF THE STOKE POGES PARISH COUNCIL TO BE HELD ON MONDAY 4 DECEMBER 2017 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

148/PC/17 – Police

To receive a report from the police.

 

149/PC/17 – 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.

 

150/PC/17 – Apologies for Absence

 

151/PC/17 – 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.

 

152/PC/17 – Minutes

To approve the minutes of the Council meeting held on 13 November 2017 (previously circulated).

 

153/PC/17 – County Councillor’s Report

 

154/PC/17 – District Councillors’ Report

 

155/PC/17 – Chairman’s Update from last meeting.

 

156/PC/17 – Khalsa School

Update from Cllr Carter.

 

157/PC/17 – Representative of Village Hall Committee and Duke of Edinburgh Committee

To note that Cllr Finan has resigned from both of these committees as representative for the Parish Council, to nominate other councillors as representatives to both.

 

158/PC/17 – WW1 Celebration

Update from Councillor Carter.

 

159/PC/17 – Carols on the Green

Update from Cllr Carter and last minute arrangements.

 

To decide upon an offer to store the Sleigh after this weeks event in a garage locally for a nominal sum.

 

160/PC/17 – Pergola        

To decide whether to sell the Pergola at Bells Hill Green.

 

161/PC/17 – Allotments – Bollards

R & E agreed to place bollards in the allotments to stop cars driving right around the plots.  Quote to be tabled along with new wording for the agreement, to agree.

 

162/PC/17 – Allotments – Fly Tipping

Any update from Cllr Bagge regarding options.

 

163/PC/17 – Speed Awareness Stickers

To note that 500 30MPH stickers was not enough and to decide if to buy another 500 at £200.

 

164/PC/18 – Jogging Trail

To decide preferred contractor for path, quotes circulated, information required by Veolia.

 

165/PC/18 – LAF Funding Offers

To note LAF funding offers for three schemes and to decide whether or not to match fund them.  Circulated.

 

166/PC/18 – MVAS

To agree to replace batteries for MVAS machines costs tabled.

 

167/PC/18 – MK&BALC Association

Request from Carol Burslem County Officer to come and do a BALC/NALC presentation to ask the council to consider re-joining.

 

168/PC/17 – To Ratify decisions made by Finance & General Purposes on 6 November 2016.  Minutes previously distributed.

 

015/F/17               Budget 2018/2019

CONSIDERED amounts to be included in the budgets for 2018/2019 (R & E items already done) and Cllr Fox resolved to put forward a recommendation for the Parish Council Meeting to be held on 4 December 2017, this was seconded by Cllr Carter, RESOLVED to agree all in favour.

 

016/F/17               Precept

            Cllr Lynch proposed to increase the precept requirement for 2018/19 by 5% to allow for the amount of new houses that have been built over the last two years, this was seconded by Cllr Carter and the amount of £195863.00 is to be put forward for approval by the Parish Council Meeting to be held on 4 December 2016. RESOLVED to agree all in favour.

 

017/F/17               Projects/Reserves/General Fund

            CONSIDERED monies held in the General Fund and Reserves & Consider any new projects. Cllr Bagge proposed that a recommendation to add a reserve for a Community Library be set up and any surplus funds in the general fund at the end of each year be transferred in, to include the surplus that was in the general fund at the end of March 2017, this was seconded by Cllr Finan,  RESOLVED to agree all in favour.

 

169/PC/17            SPN Layout

To review and decide increasing the current payment made to the layout designer of SPN.

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170/PC/17 – RECEIVE and ADOPT minutes from previous meetings of sub committees and working parties:

(1)     Planning Minutes – 16 October 2017 – Signed 20 November 2017

(2)     Finance & General Purposed – 12 June 2017 – Signed 13 November 2017

 

171/PC/17 – Finance

(1) Statement of Accounts – November 2017. Tabled

(2) To approve list of cheques/Bacs for signature November 2017 £ (subject to additions) – Tabled

(3) Bank reconciliations – November 2017 – Tabled

(4) Budget monitoring – November 2017 – Tabled

(5) To note External Auditor appointment for 2017/18 – Circulated

 

172/PC/17 – 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:-

 

173/PC/17 – Dates of Future Meetings

Planning Meeting – 11 December 2017

Full Parish Council  – 8 January 2018

 

174/PC/17 – 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.

 

175/PC/17- Pension

Changes to pension contributions.

 

 

 

 

Julie Simmonds

Clerk to the Council

29 November 2017

 

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Speed Awareness Stickers

In you Christmas edition of Stoke Poges News you might receive a Wheelie Bin Sticker.

They are part of a general awareness raising exercise to highlight to drivers that they are travelling within either a 30 or 40 mph residential area.

The Stickers are used along arterial residential routes where there is a community concern regarding the speed of vehicles travelling through the area.

Please consider placing this sticker on wheelie bin. We hope that this initiative will remind drivers of the speed limit that they are travelling in.

Donate Your Metal Objects to Help Make Our New Statue

WANTED

The Parish Council has commissioned a statue of a soldier, as a memorial to those lost in armed conflict, which will be installed in 2018 where the pergola is currently sited on the village green. This will be to mark 100 years of the end of WW1.

The statue will be made from everyday metal objects and the sculptor has invited villagers to donate metal items to be incorporated into the statue, perhaps because they have some personal or sentimental significance.

He can use anything made of steel/metal that you would find in the average garden shed or workshop but preferably not painted or galvanised.

The Parish Council will be collecting items on the day of Carols on the Green, Friday 8 December, from 2 pm until 10 pm at the Village Centre. If you have something you would like to be incorporated into the statue, please bring it along.

Thank you

Julie Simmonds

Clerk to the Council

theclerk [Email address: theclerk #AT# stokepogesparishcouncil.gov.uk - replace #AT# with @ ]

01753 644803

Minutes Full Parish Council 13 November 2017

MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE STOKE POGES PARISH COUNCIL HELD ON MONDAY 13 NOVEMBER 2017 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 Finan, Cllr Fox, Cllr Hoskins, Cllr Lynch & Cllr Taylor.

In Attendance:- Mrs J Simmonds (Clerk)

Also Present:-  PC Thompson and PCSO Fisher

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MINUTES

124/PC/17 – Police

Report tabled and read out by PCSO Fisher and PC Thompson.

 125/PC/17 – 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

126/PC/17 – Apologies for Absence

APOLOGIES were received from Cllr Crocker.

 127/PC/17 – 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.

128/PC/17 – Minutes

RESOLVED to approve the minutes of the Council meeting held on 9 October 2017 which were signed by the Chairman.

 129/PC/17 – County Councillor’s Report

Cllr Bagge reported that Templewood Lane and Duffield Lane were due to be resurfaced soon.

The Budgets for 2018/19 were out for consultation.

Cllr Bagge has been invited to sit on two committees, Brett Aggregates and Sir John Kedermister Library Trust both of which he has accepted.

 130/PC/17 – District Councillors’ Report

Cllr Bagge reported that the fly tipping in Chapel Lane was cleared but the Farthing Green lane requires a road closure to safely remove the items.

Cllr Bagge confirmed that the estate agents boards should not be allowed along the railings at Bells Hill Green and we can enforce them to be removed. He will seek advice from SBDC Legal on the wording of an appropriate letter.

131/PC/17 – Chairman’s Update from last meeting.

Cllr Bagge reported that the 11/11 ceremony at the flagpole went well and had a very good turnout; also on the Sunday 12/11 the church was full.

Cllr Bagge thanked the Stoke Poges Hastings Community Fund for donating the £4900 needed to unlock the grant from Veolia, he also thanked the coordinator at Bucks Vision for writing a letter of support.

Cllr Bagge reported last month that a resident wanted to make a complaint about a Parish Councillor, Cllr Bagge met with the resident and after talking it through they decided that there was no need to make the complaint after all, Cllr Bagge satisfied their concerns.

Cllr Bagge has received notification from Cllr Finan to resign as representative on the Village Hall committee and the Duke of Edinburgh committee due to lack of time to attend meetings.  To bring back next month to appoint another councillor.

 132/PC/17 – Litter Picking Event/Outdoor Cinema

NOTED date agreed at R & E for the next litter picking event which will be Saturday 13 January 2018 at 10am.

NOTED that setting the date for the cinema has been deferred to the January 2018 Full PC meeting.

133/PC/17 – Khalsa School

No update from Cllr Carter.

 134/PC/17 – WW1 Celebration

NOTED that we are now collecting tools for the WW1 memorial. Drop off point is the Village Centre car park on Friday 8 Dec 12.30 – 8 pm.  Tools to include anything made of steel/metal that you would find in the average person’s garden shed or workshop, preferably not painted or galvanised.

135/PC/17 – Carols on the Green

Cllr Carter reported that arrangements were going very well.  The sleigh has been moved to the pavilion temporarily but requires a new forever home after the event.  The timetable is being put together.  The marshalling has been tightened this year and walkie talkies will be used.

136/PC/17 –Pavilion

Cllr Lynch has had no more requests regarding Age Concern Movers and Shakers possibly using the Pavilion, AGREED to remove from future agendas, all in favour.

137/PC/17 – 11/11 2017  

Cllr Bagge reported that the turnout was excellent and asked for thanks to be given to all that came, and especially to Bal from the chemist for supplying electricity and to Graham Donnet for the sound system.

138/PC/17 – Etricourt-Manancourt

NOTED thank you for poppy wreath.

139/PC/17 – Jogging Trail

NOTED offer of third party contribution towards the Jogging trail from Stoke Poges Hastings Community Fund. Clerk to write to them with a thank you and to the Bucks Vision for their help in securing the grant.

140/PC/17 – Library Consultation

NOTED library consultation from 1 November to 31 December, review of mobile library service.

141/PC/17 – Battles Over

NOTED Information on beacon lighting and bell ringing for next year on 11 November 2018.  AGREED to light the beacon at 7pm for the WW1 beacons of light.

142/PC/17 – RECEIVED and ADOPTED minutes from previous meetings of sub committees and working parties:

  • Planning Minutes – 18 September 2017 – Signed 16 October 2017
  • Recreation & Environment – 5 June 2017 – Signed 6 November 2017

 143/PC/17 – Finance

(1) NOTED Statement of Accounts – October 2017.

(2) RESOLVED to approve list of cheques/Bacs for signature October2017 £8426.02

(3) RECEIVED & NOTED Bank reconciliations – October 2017

(4) NOTED Budget monitoring – October 2017

 144/PC/17 – 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:-

145/PC/17 – NOTED Dates of Future Meetings

Planning Meeting – 20 November 2017

Full Parish Council – 4 December 2017

Planning Committee – 11 December 2017

146/PC/17 – Exclusion of the Press & Public

Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings) Act 1960

To 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.

147/PC/17- Brockhurst Wood       

NOTED that Brockhurst Wood is back up for sale by auction on 14 November 2017 in London.  AGREED all in favour not to pursue.

 

 

 

Meeting ended at:- 8.17pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

List of Valid Applications Received for the Week Ending 17th November 2017 [OFFICIAL]

This is a list of planning applications registered with South Bucks District Council during the week ended 17th November 2017. Many of these applications will not be heard at Planning Committee, but, rather, will be decided by Officers under the Scheme of Delegation operated by the Council.

 

The applications may be inspected on PublicAccess at www.southbucks.gov.uk/viewplanning  or electronically at South Bucks District Council, Council Offices, Capswood, Oxford Road, Denham UB9 4LH during normal office hours. Any person wishing to make representations should do so in writing to Development Management by 13th December 2017 either by email to planning [Email address: planning #AT# southbucks.gov.uk - replace #AT# with @ ], by letter or via PublicAccess. Details such as target dates and the Planning Officer dealing with each application can be viewed on PublicAccess.

 

If you make any representations, please make sure to always quote the application reference number and include your postal address and an email address if you have one. If you provide us with an email address, all further correspondence related to the application will be sent to you electronically.

 

Please note that any comments received in response to applications are public information.

 

Please note that South Bucks District Council is not the deciding authority on any applications which have suffix ADJ, CC or CM. Rather, we are being consulted for our opinion by that deciding authority on an application which has been submitted to them. Details of the original application, which will have been made to the relevant neighbouring authority (for ADJs) or to Bucks County Council (for CCs and CMs), will be available on their website.

 

If you have any queries, please call the Planning Admin team on 01895 837210.

 

 

17/02128/TPO

 

Stoke Poges Parish Council

 

Mr Philip Ayres

C/o Maria Diez-Alonso

Gavin Jones Group

Woburn Hill

Addlestone

Surrey KT15 2QG

 

 

Building A

Sefton Park

Bells Hill

Stoke Poges

Buckinghamshire

SL2 4HD

 

 

T678 Salix Caprea – Goat willow (T678) – Pollard tree to 1 meter from ground level and encourage re-growth.

 

13.11.17

Road closure Various roads, South Bucks District 18.12.17 – SB.2018.79

THE BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
(VARIOUS ROADS IN VARIOUS PARISHES IN THE SOUTH BUCKS DISTRICT)
(PATCHING PROGRAMME) (DECEMBER TO MARCH 2017)
(TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC) ORDER, 2017
BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL has made an Order, which will temporarily prohibit any vehicle from proceeding,
except for access, in those lengths of various roads in various Parishes in the South Bucks District as specified in the
Schedule below.
The alternative routes for vehicles affected by the closures are specified in the Schedule below.
The closures are required whilst patching works take place and it is anticipated that the works will all take place between
18 December 2017 and 23 March 2018 when signed and will continue for a period not exceeding eighteen months or
until the said works have been completed whichever is the earlier. The closures will be in place on the days/nights they
are signed and between the hours specified in the Schedule below.
The Order will come into operation on 18 December 2017 when the appropriate signs are lawfully displayed. Penalties
for not observing these restrictions will be as prescribed by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and the Road Traffic
Act 1991.
SCHEDULE – “AR” = Alternative Route Duffield Lane, Stoke Poges for the entire length of the road. 0700 hours and
1900 hours. AR- Templewood Lane, Gerrards Cross Road, Bells Hill and Rogers Lane. Templewood Lane, Stoke Poges
for the entire length of the road. 0700 hours and 1900 hours. AR- Gerrards Cross Road, Bells Hill, Grays Park Road,
Park Road and Beaconsfield Road. Green Lane, Burnham from junction of Dorney Wood Road to its junction with The
Fairway. 0700 hours and 1900 hours. AR- Green Lane, Longmead Lane, Dorney Wood Road, Littleworth Road,
Dropmore Road, Fairfield Road and Britwell Road.
Dated 1 December 2017