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No. Item


Declarations of Disclosable Pecuniary or Personal Interests and/or Non-Registrable Interests


No declarations of interest were made.


Minutes pdf icon PDF 198 KB



that the minutes of the meeting of the Planning Committee held on 16 March 2022, be received and approved as a correct record.


Town and Country Planning Act 1990: Town Planning Applications Requiring Decisions pdf icon PDF 7 KB

Additional documents:


1.  V/2021/0904, Crossover Consulting & PM Limited, Change of Use from Residential Care Home to House in Multiple Occupation, 37A Ogle Street, Hucknall


David Bradshaw, an objector, James Cross, the applicant and Councillor Chris Baron who called-in the application, took the opportunity to address the Committee in respect of this matter. As per the agreed process, Members were then offered the opportunity to clarify any points raised during the submissions as required.


It was moved and seconded that the application be deferred until the next meeting to enable further discussions between Planning officers and the applicant in respect of the following:


1.    The submission of a more comprehensive management plan.

2.    Evidence as to the commencement of a community liaison group.

3.    Evidence of the drafted contract with Annesley Living (social housing providers).

4.    Agreement to apply a 'personal' permission to the operator of the premises.

5.    Assurance that building use will remain the same should contract with Annesley Living fail to materialise.



2.  V/2021/0445, Mr I Glen, Outline Application with all Matters Reserved for a Maximum of 2 Dwellings, Land at Linby Boarding Kennels, Church Lane, Hucknall


In accordance with the Council’s Policy for dealing with late matters in relation

to planning applications, (Minute No. D4.17, 1993/94 refers), officers

proceeded to give a verbal report as to additional comments received in

relation to the application as follows:-


Although the applicant had agreed previously to the principle of a legal agreement the details were not agreed until 3.00pm on Monday. The applicant had now agreed to meet the requirements of the S106 agreement and to meet the costs of the agreement to be drawn up.  He had therefore requested that the item be withdrawn from the Committee. The intention was to have the agreement drawn up and signed within the next month and if it was not completed it would be referred back to the Committee in June 2022.


It was moved and seconded that the application be withdrawn from the Committee agenda for the S106 agreement to be drawn up and signed within the next month, but failing completion of such agreement, the application be referred back to the Committee meeting in June 2022 for determination.


Planning Appeal Decisions pdf icon PDF 131 KB


Members were asked to note the recent Planning Appeal decisions as outlined in the report.



that the report be received and noted.