Agenda item

Application S19/1784

Proposal:                  Outline application including details of new vehicular access for up to 71 dwellings, public open space and associated infrastructure.

Location:                   Land East of Folkingham Road, Morton, PE10 0NR    

Recommendation:     That the application is approved conditionally and subject to a S106 agreement

 

Minutes:

The committee’s Legal Advisor, from Legal Services Lincolnshire left the meeting and was replaced by South Kesteven District Council’s Legal Executive.

 

Proposal: Outline application including details of new vehicular access for up to 71 dwellings, public open space and associated infrastructure.

 

Location: Land East of Folkingham Road, Morton, PE10 0NR

 

Decision: That the application is approved conditionally.

 

Noting comments made during the public speaking session by:

 

County Councillor: Councillor Sue Woolley

 

Applicant’s Agent:  Lynette Swinburne

 

Together with:

 

·       Provisions within the National Planning Policy Framework and the South Kesteven Local Plan and supplementary planning documents

·       Site observations

·       Objections and comments from Morton and Hanthorpe Parish Council

·       Lincolnshire County Council Highways and SuDS Support had no objection subject to conditions including public transport contribution of £30,000

·       Lincolnshire County Council Footpaths Officers requested modifications/improvements to Morton Public Footpath nos. 41, 43 and 44

·       Black Sluice Internal Drainage Board required consent of the Environment Agency to any future discharge and discharge structures be installed

·       No comments received from Natural England

·       Anglian Water Authority advised surface water disposal through sustainable drainage system (SuDS)

·       NHS England requested a contribution for the development of £46,860

·       Education and Cultural Services (LCC) requested contribution for additional school places of £415,614

·       Heritage Lincolnshire recommended the developer to commission a Scheme of Archaeological Work

·       The Affordable Housing Officer (SKDC) recommended that a minimum of 30% affordable housing be provided

·       Further noise assessment work would be required with detailed submission by the Environment Protection Services (SKDC)

·       No comments received from the Environment Agency

·       Representations received as a result of publicity

·       No adopted neighbourhood plan for Morton in place

 

It was proposed, seconded and agreed unanimously 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:

 

In accordance with article 4.13.5 of the Council’s Constitution, Councillor Phil Dilks requested that his vote to abstention be recorded.

 

In the event that the agreement has not been concluded within the twelve-week period and where, in the opinion of the Head of Development Management, there are no extenuating circumstances which would justify a further extension of time, the related planning application shall be refused planning permission for the appropriate reason(s) on the basis that the necessary criteria essential to make what would otherwise be unacceptable development acceptable have not been forthcoming.

 

Time Limit for Commencement

 

1.    Details of the reserved matters set out below shall have been submitted to the Local Planning Authority for approval within three years from the date of this permission:

 

i.      layout

ii.     scale

iii.    appearance

iv.   landscaping

 

Approval of all reserved matters shall have been obtained from the Local Planning Authority in writing before any development is commenced.

 

 

2.    The development hereby permitted shall be commenced before the expiration of three years from the date of this permission or two years from the approval of the last of the reserved matters, whichever is the latter.

 

Approved Plans

 

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

 

i.      Location Plan drawing no. 423750_002 REV A received 4 October 2019

ii.     Access details only shown on the Illustrative Masterplan drawing no. 423750-

003 received 27 August 2020

 

Unless otherwise required by another condition of this permission.

 

4.    The development hereby permitted is for no more than 71 dwellings.

 

Before the Development is Commenced

 

5.    Before the development hereby permitted is commenced, details demonstrating how the proposed dwellings would comply with the requirements of Local Plan Policy SB1 must be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The scheme shall include details of how carbon dioxide emissions would be minimised through the design and construction of the buildings; details of water efficiency and the provision of electric car charging points.

 

The approved sustainable building measures shall be completed in full for each dwelling, in accordance with the agreed scheme, prior to the first occupation of each dwelling hereby permitted.

 

6.    Before the development hereby permitted is commenced, details of a scheme for the treatment of foul water drainage must be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

 

7.    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 also have been completed in accordance with the approved details and a report submitted to the Local Planning Authority for approval before development commences.

 

8.    Before the development hereby permitted is commenced, full engineering, drainage, street lighting and construction details of all pedestrian and cycleways within the site must be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The development shall be constructed in accordance with the approved details.

 

9.    Before the development hereby permitted is commenced, details of a surface water drainage scheme must be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

 

The scheme shall:

 

o   be based on sustainable drainage principles and an assessment of the hydrological and hydrogeological context of the development;

o   provide details of how run-off will be safely conveyed and attenuated during storms up to and including the 1 in 100 year critical storm event, with an allowance for climate change, from all hard surfaced areas within the development into the existing local drainage infrastructure and watercourse system without exceeding the run-off rate for the undeveloped site;

o   provide attenuation details and discharge rates which shall be restricted to 5 litres per second;

o   provide details of the timetable for and any phasing of implementation for the drainage scheme; and

o   provide details of how the scheme shall be maintained and managed over the lifetime of the development, including any arrangements for adoption by any public body or Statutory Undertaker and any other arrangements required to secure the operation of the drainage system throughout its lifetime.

 

10. Before the development hereby permitted is commenced, details demonstrating that at least 10% of the dwellings would be constructed as "Accessible and Adaptable" in line with the standard set-out in Part M4(2) of the Building Regulations must be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

 

The development must be carried out in accordance with the approved details.

 

11. When an application is made for reserved matters, that application shall include plans showing the existing and proposed land levels of the site including site sections, spot heights, contours and the finished floor levels of all buildings with reference to neighbouring properties/an off-site datum point.

 

The development must be carried out in accordance with the approved details.

 

12. When an application is made for reserved matters, that application must be accompanied by a further noise assessment based on the proposed layout and shall include details of any necessary noise mitigation measures.

 

The development must be carried out in accordance with the approved details.

 

13. Before the development hereby permitted is commenced, a phasing plan that demonstrates how the development would be phased in accordance with the Infrastructure Delivery Plan must be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

 

The development must be carried out in accordance with the approved details.

 

14. Before the development hereby permitted is commenced, a biodiversity mitigation and enhancement must have been submitted to and agreed in writing by the local planning authority. The scheme shall be based upon the recommendations from the surveys and assessments listed below. The scheme shall include a plan identifying the location of any mitigation and enhancement measures, along with a detailed schedule (and technical details as relevant) for each of the measures proposed.

 

o   Hedgerow Assessment ref: 001 received 4 October 2019

o   Breeding Bird Survey ref: 003 received 4 October 2019

o   Great Crested Newt Survey ref: 002 received 4 October 2019

o   Bat Roost Assessment ref: 001 received 4 October 2019

 

The development must be carried out in accordance with the approved details.

 

15. No development shall take place until a Construction Management Plan and Method Statement has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority which shall indicate measures to mitigate against traffic generation and drainage of the site during the construction stage of the proposed development.

 

The Construction Management Plan and Method Statement shall include:

 

o   phasing of the development to include access construction;

o   the parking of vehicles of site operatives and visitors;

o   loading and unloading of plant and materials;

o   storage of plant and materials used in constructing the development;

o   wheel washing facilities;

o   the routes of construction traffic to and from the site including any off site routes for the disposal of excavated material and;

o   strategy stating how surface water run off on and from the development will be managed during construction and protection measures for any sustainable drainage features. This should include drawing(s) showing how the drainage systems (permanent or temporary) connect to an outfall (temporary or permanent) during construction.

 

The Construction Management Plan and Method Statement shall be strictly adhered to throughout the construction period.

 

Before the Development is Occupied

 

16. Before any part of the development hereby permitted is occupied, the works to provide the surface and foul water drainage shall have been completed in accordance with the approved details.

 

17. Before any dwelling is occupied, all of that part of the estate road and associated footways that forms the junction with the main road and which will be constructed within the limits of the existing highway, shall be laid out and constructed to finished surface levels in accordance with details to be submitted to, and approved in writing by, the Local Planning Authority.

 

18. No part of the development hereby permitted shall be occupied before the works to improve the public highway (by means of the installation of tactile paving to the pedestrian crossing point on High Street, at the junction with Folkingham Road) have been certified complete by the Local Planning Authority.

 

The Legal advisor returned to the meeting at 14:48

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