Agenda

Planning Applications Committee
Wednesday, 6th November, 2019 10.00 am

Venue: Council Chamber, Sessions House, County Hall, Maidstone. View directions

Contact: Andrew Tait  03000 416749

Items
No. Item

A. COMMITTEE BUSINESS

A1

Substitutes

A2

Declarations of Interests by Members in items on the Agenda for this meeting.

A3

Minutes 9 October 2019 pdf icon PDF 335 KB

A4

Dates of future meetings

4 December 2019

15 January 2020

5 February 2020

4 March 2020

13 May 2020

17 June 2020

15 July 2020

12 August 2020 (Provisional)

16 September 2020

14 October 2020

4 November 2020

9 December 2020

13 January 2021

10 February 2021

17 March 2021

21 April 2021

16 June 2021

A5

Site Meetings and Other Meetings

B. GENERAL MATTERS

B1

General Matters

C. MINERALS AND WASTE DISPOSAL APPLICATIONS

C1

Application SW/19/500380 (KCC/SW/05/2018) - Change of use of land from storage and parking of HGVs to a small-scale waste management facility at Units 1 and 2 Marshbank Industrial Estate, Old Ferry Road, Iwade; ADS Skip Hire pdf icon PDF 2 MB

D. DEVELOPMENTS TO BE CARRIED OUT BY THE COUNTY COUNCIL

D1

Proposal CA/19/1633 (KCC/CA/0166/2019) - 5 FE secondary school comprising 3-storey building, separate sports hall, MUGA, creation of two new vehicular accesses and associated parking landscaping and ancillary work at former Chaucer Technology School, Spring Lane, Canterbury; Kent County Council and Keir Construction (Southern) pdf icon PDF 3 MB

E. MATTERS DEALT WITH UNDER DELEGATED POWERS

E1

Matters dealt with under delegated powers pdf icon PDF 141 KB

E2

County Council developments

E3

Screening opinions under Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2017

E4

Scoping opinions under Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2017 (None)

F. KCC RESPONSE TO CONSULTATIONS

F1

KCC responses to consultations pdf icon PDF 301 KB

Additional documents:

F2

Application CA/18/00868/FOS - Hybrid planning application comprising: detailed planning application for 456 residential dwellings (405 houses and 512 flats) with associated ope space, landscaping, car parking, access and other infrastructure (following demolition of 52 Shalloak Road, existing agricultural buildings and structures); outline planning application (with all matters reserved) for the development of a commercial area with up t 212sqm of retail and 617sqm of office/light industrial use at Broad Oak Farm, Sweechgate, Broad Oak, Sturry. pdf icon PDF 182 KB

F3

Application CA/17/01383/OUT - Outline application (with all matters reserved) for the development of up to 650 houses and associated community infrastructure comprising primary school, community buiding, public car park and associated amenity space, access, parking and landscaping; and detailed/full application for the construction of part of the Sturry Link Road and a local road from the Sturry Link Road to Shalloak Road at Land at Sturry/Broad Oak, Sturry pdf icon PDF 178 KB

F4

Application CA/17/01866/FOS - Mixed use development including up to 955 dwellings comprising: Detailed prposals for 194 new dwellings, 1 Local Equipped Area of Play, new vehicular access (via priority junction) nto Sweechbridge Road (north), realigned vehicular access to Sweechbridge Road (south), new westbound on -slip to and modified off-slip from A299 Thanet to Heart in Hand Road, upgraded alignment of May Street, associated internal roads/footpaths/cycleways, sustainable drainage system, eartworks, public pen space landscaping (inc woodland) and street lighting. Outline application for up to 761 additional dwellings with all matters reserved excess access (excluding internal circulation) also including up to 33,000sqm of employment/commercial floorspace with associated parking spaces comprising employment units (within Use Class B1(a), B1 (c ) B2 and B8) (27,000 sqm) and 65-bed care home (Use Class C2) (4,500sqm) at Land at Hillborough, Sweechbridge Road, Herne Bay pdf icon PDF 188 KB

F5

Benenden Neighbourhood Development Plan - Regulation 14 pdf icon PDF 222 KB

Additional documents:

G. OTHER ITEMS WHICH THE CHAIRMAN DECIDES ARE URGENT