You are hereby summoned to a meeting of the Planning Committee to be held  remotely on Thursday 8th April 2021 at 6.30pm  for the transaction of the business stated below.  Members of the press and public are welcome to attend.

Due to the current restriction in place, the Council is unable to meet in person so will be meeting virtually, via Zoom.

If any member of the public would like to join this meeting, please contact the Town Clerk

no later than 2.00pm on the day of the meeting, for the log in details.

Tracey Pulford

Tracey Pulford  (31st March 2021)

Town Clerk


1. Apologies for Absence

To receive apologies for absence.

2. Confirmation of the Minutes of the Meeting held on 25th March 2021 

To receive and confirm the Minutes of the Meeting held on 25th March 2021.

3. Declaration of Disclosable Interests

Members are reminded of the requirement to disclose any Interest in relation to items on the Agenda, when these are discussed.

4. To make recommendations in respect of Planning Applications submitted to Tendring District Council up to and including 8th April 2021, as follows:

Application No:



Proposed front extension and alterations to enlarge existing shop by way of conversion of existing garage


61-63 High Street, Brightlingsea CO7 0AQ

Application No:



Variation of condition 2 (approved plans) of planning permission ref: 20/01471/FUL (replace partially demolished garage with annexe).  To make the building symmetrical, allowing more light and added escape route in the event of fire


13 Tower Street, Brightlingsea

Application No: 21/00468/FUL
Proposal: Erection of single storey rear extension
Location: 12 Tower Street, Brightlingsea

Application No: 21/00427/FUL
Proposal: Erection of two storey rear extension (following demolition of existing conservatory)
Location: 18 York Road, Brightlingsea

Application No: 21/00450/FUL
Proposal: Erection of part two storey and part single storey rear extension and alterations to existing dwelling
Location: 2 Edward Avenue, Brightlingsea

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