Application for change of use of agricultural land for the storage and operation of coaches, hardstanding
Late items received after preparation of main agenda:
Further correspondence has been received from Peckleton Parish Council with regards to how their comments were set out in the committee report. They stated that although the report isn’t incorrect it could be misconstrued, in that points 1 and 2 were “residents” concerns.
They also state that “The point the Parish Council was making was that Highways should be advising on the traffic implications for Peckleton Common” and the Parish Council were raising the question as to how trade effluent would be dealt with.
The advice from Highways regarding the traffic implications for Peckleton Common are set out in the main report. The issue of how trade effluent is managed is covered by the submitted drainage plan with which the Borough Councils Drainage Officer has no objections.
The recommendation remains unchanged from that set out in the agenda.
Application for change of use of agricultural land for the storage and operation of coaches, hardstanding (retrospective).
It was moved by Councillor Bray, seconded by Councillor Lynch and
(i) Permission be granted subject to the conditions contained in the officer’s report;
(ii) The Planning Manager be granted delegated powers to determine the final detail of planning conditions.