Agenda item

Application S19/1165

Proposal:               Change of use from residential to mixed use including residential and wedding and events venue, civic ceremonies and reception and the temporary use of marquees, including creation of a new access and designated car parking

 

Location:               Molecey House and Mill and The Granary, Stamford Road, West Deeping, PE6 9JD

 

Recommendation:That the application is approved conditionally

 

Minutes:

Proposal:     Change of use from residential to mixed use including residential and wedding events venue, civic ceremonies and reception and the temporary use of marquees, including creation of a new access and designated car parking

 

Location:      Molecey House and Mill and the Granary, Stamford Road, West Deeping, PE6 9JD

 

Decision:      To approve the application subject to conditions

 

13:00 - As the meeting had been in progress for 3 hours, it was proposed, seconded and agreed that the meeting be extended until all applications had been considered

 

Noting:

 

·         No objection from West Deeping Parish Council

·         Support and comments from Market Deeping Town Council

·         No objection from the Environment Agency subject to the addition of informative comments

·         No comments from Peterborough City Council

·         Comments from SKDC’s Environmental Protection Services

·         No objection and comments from the SKDC Historic Buildings Adviser

·         No comments from Historic England

·         No objections from SKDC’s Consultant Arboriculturalist subject to a condition

·         An objection from Lincolnshire County Council Minerals and Waste Planning, which was subsequently removed following the submission of a Minerals Assessment, subject to a condition

·         Comments from Lincolnshire County Council Highways and SUDS Support

·         Comments and suggested informatives from the National Grid

·         Representations received as a result of public consultation

·         Provisions within the National Planning Policy Framework and the South Kesteven Core Strategy and supplementary planning documents

·         Site visit observations

·         The additional information report: and officer comment thereon

·         Comments made by members at the meeting

 

It was proposed, seconded and agreed that the application be approved for the summary of reasons set out in the case officer’s report and subject also to the following conditions:

 

Time Limit for Commencement

 

1        The development hereby permitted shall be commenced before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission.

 

Approved Plans

 

2        The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following list of approved plans:

         

i.      Site Location Plan - dwg no. 005 - received 26 June 2019

ii.    Proposed Usage and Parking Area - dwg no. 001 - received 24 October 2019

iii.   Proposed Detailed Access and Parking - dwg no. 002 - received 24 October 2019

iv.   Proposed Vehicular Road Access - dwg no. 003 - received 26 June 2019

         

          Unless otherwise required by another condition of this permission.

              

 

Before the Development is Commenced

 

3        Prior to the commencement of any development on the site to facilitate the activities hereby approved, plans showing full details of the proposed bridges and stream crossings shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

 

4        Prior to the commencement of any development on the site to facilitate the activities hereby approved, plans showing full details of the 'Estate' fencing and its proposed positions shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

 

5        Prior to the commencement of any development on the site to facilitate the activities hereby approved plans showing a revised layout of the secondary car park on the pasture land in a more informal/cluster style, along with full details of the proposed surfacing, shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

 

6        Before the development hereby permitted is commenced, a written scheme of archaeological investigation shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

         

The archaeological investigations shall have been completed in accordance with the approved details before development commences.

 

During Building Works

 

7        The trees which are shown to be retained within the Arboricultural Implications Assessment and Arboricultural Method Statement shall be protected for the duration of the site clearance and development works hereby approved as described in this accompanying report, method statement and protection plan by Caroline Hall dated June 2019.

 

Ongoing Conditions

 

8        The existing belt of mature trees and vegetation to the eastern boundary of the south west spur of the site identified as the hatched area on drawing no. 0757-1-2 included within the submitted Minerals Assessment dated September 2019 shall be retained for the lifetime of the development hereby approved.

 

9        This planning permission does not allow any activities in relation to the change of use permitted within the south western spur of the site identified as the hatched area on drawing no. 0757-1-2 included within the submitted Minerals Assessment dated September 2019.

 

10     The number of outdoor events (including weddings) with music shall not exceed 20 (twenty) per calendar year.

 

11     The site shall not be used for the purposes authorised by this permission other than between the following hours:

         

i.      12:00hrs - Midnight on Mondays to Thursdays (other than bank holidays)

ii.    12:00hrs Fridays and Saturdays - 01:00hrs Saturday and Sunday mornings

iii.   12:00hrs - 22:00hrs Sundays and Bank Holidays

         

In addition, live music shall cease at Midnight or 22:00 on Sundays and Bank Holidays; recorded music to cease at 00:30 on Saturday and Sunday mornings; and a 'cooling down' period instigated for the last 30 minutes of music duration.

 

 

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