- Report by Head of Planning Applications Group)
(1) Mr D A Hirst made a declaration of personal interest as he was representing the views of his constituents. He addressed the Committee in his capacity as local Member but took no part in the decision-making process.
(2) RESOLVED that:-
(a) permission be granted to the proposal, subject to conditions, including conditions covering the standard time limit; the development being carried out in accordance with the permitted details; full details of all external materials being submitted to and approved prior to the commencement of operations; site levels and finished floor levels being submitted to and approved prior to any works commencing; details of contractors compound and associated welfare facilities being submitted to and approved by the County Planning Authority prior to the commencement of any development on site; details of temporary mobile classrooms being submitted to and approved by the County Planning Authority prior to commencement of operations on site; within one month of the completion of the constructions works, all temporary accommodation (including both teaching and contractors areas) being removed from the site, and the land being fully reinstated to its former condition; temporary construction access road being removed and land fully restored in School travel plan being updated prior to first occupation of development; parking being made available within the site for contractors’ vehicles associated with construction works; parking made available out of school hours within the site in connection with community use; adequate measures being taken to ensure that vehicles leaving the site engaged in the construction work do not deposit mud or other debris on the public highway; construction works only taking place between the hours of 08:00 to 18:00 Monday to Fridays; 09:00 to 13:00 Saturdays; and no working on Sundays or Bank Holidays; landscaping scheme being submitted to and approved prior to the commencement of operations on site (to include a strong regard to soft landscaping measures as opposed to hard landscaping), and thereafter being fully implemented as approved within the first planting season following the completion of works; no development taking place until the applicant has secured the implementation of a programme of archaeological works; no development taking place until the applicant has secured the implementation of a programme of building recording; no development taking place until the applicant has submitted and had approved details of foundation design and below ground works; within 6 months from the date of first occupation, a Community Use Scheme and Sports Development plan being submitted to and approved in writing by the County Planning Authority in conjunction with Sport England; details of foul and surface water drainage being submitted to and approved prior to any development taking place; no discharge of foul or contaminated drainage from the site into groundwater or any surface waters; if during development, contamination is found to be present, development ceasing until the applicant has obtained written consent from the County Planning Authority; details of external lighting and CCTV being submitted to and approved prior to installation on site; the development being carried out in accordance with the precautionary measures and mitigation strategies detailed in the Ecological Scoping Survey; and
(b) the applicant BE ADVISED by informative that the landscaping strategy contained within the application is considered to be inadequate for the proposed development. The applicant’s attention is therefore drawn to the recommendations highlighted in paragraph (40) of the report which requires the submission of a detailed landscaping scheme, with a strong emphasis on soft landscaping measures, to be submitted to and approved by the County Planning Authority prior to the commencement of operations on site.