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South Cave Parish Council

Planning Meeting
4
th

December

2012



The Meeting of South Cave Parish Council Planning Committee took place in the
School Hall
,

South
Cave CE School, Church Street,
South Cave at 7.00pm.


Present:

Cllrs
Barnett
(Chair),
M. Turner,

Bateman, Kelly, Munby
,
& Kingdom

Clerk
-

Mrs L Fielding

Two Ward Councillors


Cllr Galbraith & Hudson

Members of the Public


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Apologies for absence

Cllr
Barnett

proposed apologies be accepted from
Cllr Phillips
, Hardy, L. Turner, Lenton
&
Jamieson
, Seconded Cllr
Munby
, All in favour.



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Declarations of Interest

There
w
as

one

declaration of interest:

Cllr
Kingdom

declared a non pecuniary interest in

minute reference
1904 (i) & (ii)


The Meeting was closed at 7:15p.m for members of t
he public to put forward various
suggestions and concerns relating to the planning applications. There were no members of the
public expressing no objections to the application. Comments were noted and included in the
response to the East Riding of Yorks
hire Council.


The meeting re
-
opened at 8:05p.m for the Parish Council
meeting
to continue
.


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Current Plans to consider

(
i)

DC/12/02455/STPLF/STRAT/HCOLD

Publicity on an Application for Strategic
-

Full Planning Permission

Hybrid application consist
ing of (a) Full Application for the creation of a new vehicular and
pedestrian access onto Market Place, (b) Demolition of number 70 Market Place, (c) Demolition
of buildings to the rear of 68 and 70 Market Place, (d) Full Application for an extension to
n
umber 68 Market Place, (e) Full Application for the erection of 4 no. dwellings and 4 no.
detached garages on land to the rear of 68 and 70 Market Place, (f) Outline Application for the
development of 56 homes on land including Local Plan allocation H1dj t
o the north of Middle
Garth Drive (all matters reserved) AMENDED DESCRIPTION AND PLANS

at Land South And East Of Old Priory Station Road South Cave East Riding Of Yorkshire

Applicant: Messrs Watts, Usher And Lindley

Amended Proposals

Cllr Kingdom proposed

the Pa
rish Council recommend refusal of the application for the
following reasons:


The Parish notes the changes to the application and the submission documents. however the
minor reduction in dwellings on the conservation area site and minor realignment

of the
accessway does not address previous objections on policy grounds, Highway issues and the
detrimental effect on the conservation area summarised in both the Parish’s and the
Communities previous response. These objections remain.






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Policy issue
s.


We are concerned on the response from the Forward Planning section. The East Riding Policy
position is at best muddled with an out of date Local Plan, It ignores national SHLAA guidance
in refusing to reassess this site's allocation in the light of new
er policies such as the 2005 JSP.


It incorrectly summarises the NPPF with its presumption in favour of
SUSTAINABLE


development. It incorrectly states the development complies with JSP policy DS4 and ignores
policy H7. The Forward Planning stated positio
n with regards to the LDF is out of date and
inaccurate and the LDF is by no means uncontested, with unresolved objections to relevant
policies with regards to primary villages, which in our opinion is unsound. The amount of
weight that can be given to the

LDF is therefore small.


We do agree however with Forward Planning where they clearly state Para 214 NPPF “

full
weight may be given to relevant policies adopted since 2004 (i.e the RSS) for the next 12 months
even if there is a limited degree of conflic
t with the NPPF
” The saved policies of the Joint
Structure plan were adopted in 2005 and must therefore be afforded full weight. This fact is
omitted from the Forward Plan comments. The relevant saved policies are DS4 and H7.


DS4 states ”
Limited developm
ent will be allowed in existing villages if this meets local needs
and contributes to sustaining the role of the settlement. Housing development in existing
settlements must conform to the requirements of JSP Policy H7
”. According to the preamble to
H7,
Po
licy DS4 allows for limited development to take place in smaller settlements and villages
to meet local needs. Housing developments in such areas will largely be to provide affordable
homes.”


And H7 states; “
Housing development in existing villages should

meet an identified local need,
particularly for affordable housing but also to support existing village services. Development
should be limited in scale, with a preference given to previously
-
developed sites, infill plots and
conversions. Development that

would result in unacceptable long distance commuting will be
resisted.



Further, on the 22 May 2012, the Cabinet cancelled it’s position statement on Housing
Development in Rural areas April 2009, where the Council undertook not ask an applicant to
spec
ifically demonstrate that a specific local need exists, this requirement must now be met.


Limited and small scale developments have been previously defined by the East Riding as a
development with no more than 5 dwellings.


In coming to our conclusion th
e Parish Council have given due consideration to previous advice
obtained from Cobbetts LLP.


This application does not conform with the JSP policies DS4 and H7 due to the large scale
nature of the development, lack of evidence of identified local need, t
he development consists of
predominantly market housing., the development is not on a previously developed or infill site
and the Development would result in unacceptable long distance commuting.






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The Application


a.

The existing village sewage and draina
ge system does not currently cope well with pluvial
flooding
. The proposed development will aggravate the current situation. A development of this
size will further exacerbate the current level of flash flooding problems within the centre,
Church Street a
nd West End properties.


b.


Local infrastructure currently struggles to cope with existing levels of usage (Parking, Schools
and Transport etc.) The proposed development will make the situation much worse.


c.

This development is not a sustainable developmen
t. The transport assessment and travel plan
remain woefully inadequate and do not address the reliance on the private motor car contrary to
JSP policy DS4 and H7.


d.

The proposed access onto the A1034, is dangerous due to continual heavy traffic. The traffi
c
census was reviewed at a inappropriate time giving a false representation.


e.

Soakaways are ineffective as demonstrated by the existing soakaways in The Stray and a
sustainable drainage solution must be provided.


The Parish Council requests that in the
event of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council approving
the application be mindful of the following:


a.

A detailed study of the flooding problem and the sewage system in the village is planned and
any problems identified to be rectified before any developme
nt takes place.


b.

Carparking is currently a constant problem in the village and therefore an area for public parking
should be made available. (10 to 12 cars minimum) within this last market place plot.


c.

There should be direct access from The Stray via
the development for pedestrians to access the
Market Place, which is capable of being overlooked and well lit.


d.

There should be landscaping measures compatible with the streetscene to enhance the entrance
to the development.


e.

The existing hedge located o
n the eastern boundary of the proposed development should be
retained and enhanced with additional trees, to shield the development from Little Wold Lane.


f.

There should be restricted hours of construction and access.


g.

A stone wall compatible with the exis
ting building and wall, between the street and number 68
should be installed, to protect the streetscene and the conservation area.


h.

Further consideration is given to ensuring the height of the new dwellings is such that they
respect the needs of existing

neighbouring properties.


i.

A further more detailed archaeological assessment of the site is requested.


j.

In place of the proposed wooden fence on the Northern Side of the proposed access road, a stone

wall should be provided.


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k.

The repositioned Bollard o
n the A1034 to be reviewed as the road is much narrower at this
proposed position.


l.

Street Lighting to comply with current Highway Standards.


m.

The footpath as we propose and all the affordable housing should be provided before the first
Market house is
completed.


We the Parish Council request that this application be referred to the full Planning
Committee to enable a full discussion and request ERYC inform us of the date of the
meeting.

Seconded Cllr Barnett, All in favour.

(ii)12/02456/PCC

Demoli
tion of number 70 Market Place and buildings to the rear of 68 and 70 Market Place at
Land South And East Of Old Priory, Station Road, South Cave East Riding Of Yorkshire

Applicant: Messrs Watts, Usher and Lindley

Application Type: Conservation Area Consen
t

Cllr Kingdom proposed
the Parish Council recommend the Application be refused for the
following reason:


a.

There are no details provided for a replacement of the building in the event that the development
does not go ahead.


We the Parish Council reque
st that this application be referred to the full Planning
Committee to enable a full discussion and request ERYC inform us of the date of the
meeting.

Seconded Cllr Barnett, All in favour.






Signed…………………………

Chair




Dated…………………………..