Application Number Site Location Ward
1. DC/05/00578/COU 119 Sherburn Way Wardley Wardley And
2. DC/05/00800/FUL Plot 1 Atholl Whickham
3. DC/05/00830/FUL Westwood House (site Of) 58 Belle Vue Low Fell
4. DC/05/00831/CON Westwood House 58 Belle Vue Bank Low Fell
5. DC/05/00870/COU 6A Grasmere Street Bensham Saltwell
6. DC/05/00904/FUL Gen. Playing Field Rear Of Lamesley
7. DC/05/00961/FUL Universal Bedding & Upholstery Blaydon
8. DC/05/00966/ADV St Cuthberts Road Gateshead Lobley Hill
9. DC/05/00968/FUL Sage Gateshead/Jennings Car Park Bridges
10. DC/05/00985/REM B.P. Express Shopping Ltd Fellside Road Whickham
11. DC/05/01023/FUL 9 Rothbury Gardens Lobley Hill Lobley Hill
12. DC/05/01026/FUL 2 The Hawthorns Eighton Banks Lamesley
13. DC/05/01044/FUL 2 Horncliffe Gardens Swalwell Whickham
14. DC/05/01053/COU Land West Of Mc Clean Plant Hire Chopwell And
15. DC/05/01068/FUL Land At Side Of 2 Chamberlain Street Crawcook
16. DC/05/01086/FUL Former Rising Sun Carpets Greenside Crawcook
17. DC/05/01130/FUL International Paint Ltd Stoneygate Lane Pelaw And
18. DC/05/01253/TDP Whickham Highway (Adj To Bus Shelter Dunston Hill
A On Land Opposite 21 Deneside) And
19. DC/05/01174/FUL 9 Sandpiper Close Crookhill Ryton
Section 54A of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 requires that “Where, in making any
determination under the planning Acts, regard is to be had to the development plan, the determination
shall be made in accordance with the plan unless material considerations indicate otherwise”.
Unitary Development Plan - current status
The Unitary Development Plan for Gateshead was adopted on 19th November 1998. The Draft
replacement UDP was approved by Council on 23 April 2004 and placed on deposit for a six week
period beginning 5 July 2004. The policies and proposals will be subject to change at each stage in its
formal adoption by the Council. Increasing weight will be given to the replacement UDP at successive
stages in its preparation In the report on each application specific reference will be made to those
policies and proposals which are particularly relevant to the application site and proposed development.
The UDP’s also include a number of borough-wide and strategic policies and objectives which, when
appropriate, will be identified.
Sections 91 and 92 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 require that any planning application
which is granted either full or outline planning permission shall include a condition which limits the time
within which the development must be begun. These and other standard conditions are not normally
included in the report to the Panel and are therefore set out below for information.
Full Planning Permission
(1) The development to which this permission relates must be begun not later than the expiration of five
years beginning with the date on which permission is granted to ensure that the development is carried
out within a reasonable period of time.
(2) The development to which this permission relates shall be carried out in complete accordance with
the approved plans and specifications in order to ensure that the development as carried out shall not
vary from the approved plans and specifications.
Outline Planning Permission
(1) The following matters are reserved for the subsequent approval of the local planning authority: - the
siting, design, external appearance of the buildings and the means of access thereto, to enable the local
planning authority to retain control over the development.
(2) Applications for the approval of reserved matters must be made no later than the expiration of three
years beginning with the date of this permission, and the development must be begun not later than
whichever is the later of the following dates: (a) the expiration of five years from the date of this
permission; (b) the expiration of two years from the final approval of the reserved matters or, in the case
of an approval on different dates, the final approval of the last such matter to be approved; to ensure
that the development is carried out within a reasonable time.
The site plans included in each report are for illustrative purposes only.
The reports identify the responses to site notices, press notices and/or neighbour notifications which
have been undertaken. In all cases the consultations and publicity have been carried out in accordance
with the Town and Country Planning (General Development Procedure) Order 1995.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1972 – ACCESS TO INFORMATION
The background papers material to the reports included on this agenda are:
The application and supporting reports and information;
Responses from consultees;
Correspondence between the applicant and/or their agent and the Local Planning Authority;
Correspondence between objectors and the Local Planning Authority;
Minutes of relevant meetings between interested parties and the Local Planning Authority;
Reports and advice by specialist consultants employed by the Local Planning Authority;
Other relevant reports.
Please note that not all of the reports will include background papers in every category and that the
background papers will exclude any documents containing exempt or confidential information as
defined by the Act.
These papers are held on the relevant application file and are available for inspection during normal
office hours at the Development and Enterprise Reception, Civic Centre, Regent Street, Gateshead
Generalised Guide to Use Classes Order 1987
A1 Shops Shops, retail warehouses, hairdressers, B8 Storage and Wholesale warehouses repositories
undertakers/funeral directors, travel and ticket Distribution
agencies, post offices, pet shops, sandwich shop,
showrooms, domestic hire shops.
A2 Financial and Banks, building societies, estate and employment C1 Hotels Hotels, boarding and guest houses
Professional agencies, professional and financial services, betting
A3 Restaurants and Restaurants, snack bars, cafes. C2 Residential Residential schools and colleges convalescent homes/nursing
Cafes Institutions homes
A4 Drinking Pubs and bars C3 Dwellings, small business at home, communal housing of the
Establishments Dwellinghouses elderly and handicapped.
A5 Hot food Take-away shops D1 Places of worship, church halls, clinics, health centres, creches,
Take-Aways Non-residential day nurseries, consulting rooms, museums, public halls,
Institutions libraries, art galleries, exhibition halls, non-residential education
and training centres.
B1 Business Offices not within A2, research and development D2 Assembly & Cinemas, music and concert halls, baths, skating rinks,
studios, laboratories, high tech., light industry. Leisure gymnasiums. Other indoor and outdoor sports and leisure uses,
bingo halls, casinos.
B2 General General industry. Sui generis Any use not included within any of the above use classes.
Explanation of Abbreviated Terms used in Reports
PPG Planning Policy Guidance Note SPG Supplementary Planning Guidance Note
LNR Local Nature Reserve SSSI Site of Special Scientific Interest
SNCI Site of Nature Conservation Importance UDP Unitary Development Plan