Hybrid planning application comprising: outline application (all matters reserved except for site access from the A5) for the demolition of existing structures and the erection of distribution and industrial buildings (use class B2 and B8) including ancillary offices and associated earthworks, infrastructure and landscaping; a full application for the development of a distribution building (use class B8), including ancillary offices with associated access, hard standing, parking, earthworks and landscaping. The proposals include improvements to increase the height clearance of the existing railway bridge on the A5 Watling Street. A cross boundary application with Rugby Borough Council and Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council (EIA development)
Late items received after preparation of main agenda:
Proposed amendments to Planning conditions:
Development hereby permitted shall be carried out in complete accordance with the details shown on the following submitted plans and documents received by the local planning authority:
Site Location Plan 18-144 PP-01 Rev L
Site Plan – as existing 18-144 PP-02 Rev L
Site Plan – as proposed 18-144 PP-03 Rev L
Unit 1 – Site Plan – as proposed 18-144 PP-04 Rev M
Unit 1 – Overall Building Plan – as proposed 18-144 PP-05 Rev K
Unit 1 – Elevations & Section – as proposed 18-144 PP-06 Rev K
Unit 1 – Roof Plan – as proposed 18-144 PP-08 Rev L
Boundary Treatment & Cycle Shelter Details – as proposed 18-144 PP-09 Rev K
Gatehouse Details – as proposed 18-144 PP-10 Rev K
Illustrative Masterplan (excluding Unit 1) 18-144 PP-03 Rev L
Landscape Concept Proposal 01 Rev H
Landscape Concept Proposal – Spine Road 02 Rev C
Detailed Planting Plan Sheet 1 of 2 03 Rev E
Detailed Planting Plan Sheet 2 of 2 04 Rev A
Landscape Concept Sections 05 Rev A
Detailed Planting Plan Spine Road 06 Rev A
Illustrative Landscape and Green Infrastructure Plan 8815-L-30 Rev M
Accessibility Plan ADC1839-DR-009 Rev P2
Development Parameters Plan 8815-L-08 Rev V
Accessibility Plan ADC1839-DR-009 Rev P2
Design and Access Statement Rev E
Flood Risk Assessment and Drainage Strategy (ref 19-7712-FRA Issue 9)
Prior to, or concurrently with, the submission of the first of the reserved matters application(s), a Site-Wide Phasing Plan shall be submitted to the Local Planning Authority for approval. The Site Phasing Plan shall include the areas of the application site located within HBBC’s administrative boundary, as well as information relating to which phase(s) such parts of the application site fall within. Any subsequent applications for approval of reserved matters which result in amendments to the phasing shall include an updated Site Wide Phasing Plan submitted for approval by the Local Planning Authority.
Prior to the commencement of any works in any phase within HBBC administrative area, a Demolition and Construction Environmental Management Plan shall be submitted in writing to, and approved by, the Local Planning Authority. This shall take account of the ‘Environmental Statement September 2021’ Chapter 8.6 Mitigation.
a) Development shall not be occupied until a scheme for protecting nearby dwellings from noise from the proposed development has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority
b) All works which form part of the scheme shall be completed before the permitted development first comes into use.
Notwithstanding the agreed submitted details to date, no development excluding site clearance and preparation and any works associated with archaeological investigations shall take place for each phase, until a detailed surface water drainage scheme for that phase, based on sustainable drainage principles, has been submitted to and approved in writing by the relevant Local Planning Authority in consultation with the relevant LLFA
Prior to the development within each phase being first brought into use a detailed, site specific SUDS maintenance plan is provided to the relevant LPA in consultation with the relevant LLFA
Condition 29 and 31:
Delete (works outside HBBC)
Details of the following reserved matters shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority for each phase of development before any part of the development of that phase is commenced and shall be implemented as approved:
a - Layout,
b - Scale, c - Appearance,
d - Access (excluding the site access) &
e – Landscaping, including hard and soft landscaping, details of planting mix and species and quantity, size, species, position and the proposed time of planting of all trees to be planted.
f - full details of finished floor levels
of all buildings and ground levels of all access roads, parking
areas and footways within that phase
Delete (no trees or buildings in HBBC)
No above ground works shall commence unless
and until a comprehensive hard and soft landscaping scheme
shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local
Planning Authority prior to commencement of any development
within HBBC administrative area. The approved scheme shall be
carried out in full accordance with the approved landscaping scheme
and the soft landscaping shall be implemented no later than the
first planting season following the development first being brought
into use within that phase
Delete (outside of HBBC)
Delete (copy of condition 26)
Hybrid application comprising outline application (all matters reserved except for site access from the A5) for the demolition of existing structures and the erection of distribution and industrial buildings (use class B2 and B8) including ancillary offices and associated earthworks, infrastructure and landscaping; a full application for the development of a distribution building (use class B8), and landscaping. The proposals include improvements to increase the height clearance of the existing railway bridge on the A5 Watling Street. A cross boundary application with Rugby Borough Council and Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council (EIA development).
The agent and the ward councillor spoke on this application.
Councillor Allen proposed that permission be granted in accordance with the officer’s recommendation. In the absence of a seconder, the motion was not put.
Members expressed concern about whether lowering the road under the railway bridge was possible. It was moved by Councillor Bray and seconded by Councillor Williams that the application be deferred to invite representatives from Leicestershire County Council and Warwickshire County Council as highways authorities and from Highways England to attend a meeting with the committee members to confirm that the work was possible and that any work undertaken wouldn’t jeopardise further improvements to the A5. Upon being put to the vote, the motion was CARRIED and it was
(i) the application be deferred for further information to be provided with regards to impact upon Hinckley and Nutts Lane specifically, the gradient of works to the A5 under the railway bridge;
(ii) Representatives of Leicestershire County Council, Warwickshire County Council and Highways England be invited to a meeting with members of the Planning Committee.