BRIGHTLINGSEA TOWN COUNCIL

Minutes of the Planning Committee held at the Parish Hall, Victoria Place, Brightlingsea, Essex on Thursday 1st November 2012 at 7.30p.m.

Present:
Councillors:
D Dixon (Chairman)
I Block, E Edey, G Mann and J Russell

051. APOLOGIES:   Councillors V Chapman and C Olivier.
     
052. CONFIRMATION OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING HELD ON 18TH OCTOBER 2012:

The Minutes of the 18th October 2012 were approved as a true record of the meeting.

053. DECLARATION OF DISCLOSABLE PECUNIARY INTERESTS: 
 
None were declared.

054. PLANNING APPLICATIONS:

The following applications had been received by Tendring District Council:

12/01065/FUL – UPVC Conservatory – 80 Regent Road, Brightlingsea
Recommend Approval
 
12/01149/FUL Proposed rear extension to form kitchen/diner – Innisfree, Recreation Way, Brightlingsea
Recommend Approval

12/01156/FUL Erection of two storey side and rear extension (following demolition of existing garage) and retention of wooden garden building – 12 Seaview Road, Brightlingsea
Recommend Approval

ESS/60/12/TEN Continuation of importation of as – raised aggregate for processing at Brightlingsea Quarry until 31 July 2005 without complying with Condition 1 (application details) and Condition 4 (Restoration Details) attached to planning permission ESS/28/03/TEN to allow for an amended restoration scheme to be completed by 31 January 2026 – Brightlingsea Quarry, Moverons Lane, Brightlingsea
The Town Council can find no reason to object but would like to see no increase in lorry movement and be ensured that the work be completed on target

ESS/61/12/TEN Retrospective application for the continuation of importation of as – raised aggregate for processing at Brightlingsea Quarry until 31 July 2005 without complying with Condition 1 (application details) and Condition 36 (Retention of Soils) attached to planning permission ESS/28/03/TEN to allow for the sale and exportation of overburden material which was due to be used within the restoration of the site – Brightlingsea Quarry, Moverons Lane, Brightlingsea
The Town Council can find no reason to object but would like to see no increase in lorry movement and be ensured that the work be completed on target

055. CLOSE OF MEETING:
There being no further business to discuss the Meeting closed at 7.50 p.m.

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