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									LONDON BOROUGH OF LEWISHAM MINUTES of the meeting of the PLANNING COMMITTEE (C) held in ROOMS 1 & 2, CIVIC SUITE, LEWISHAM TOWN HALL, CATFORD SE6 on THURSDAY 03 MARCH 2005 at 7.30pm. Present Councillor T Scott (Chair), Councillors Garcha, Nisbet, Stephen Padmore and Smith. Apologies were received from Councillors C Hastie, Houghton and Klier. Minute No. 1. 23 DERBY HILL SE23 The Committee received verbal representations from Mr J Peal, the applicant in support of the proposal. Councillor Garcha moved the motion to accept the officer’s recommendation. Members voted unanimously in favour of the motion to agree the officer’s recommendation to grant planning permission. RESOLVED: that planning permission be granted in respect of Application No. DC/04/58433 subject to conditions set out in the report and the applicants be informed as set out in the report.

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192-194 TRUNDLEYS ROAD SE8 Councillor T Scott declared his interest as Chair of the Design Panel, Mr McAleer is also a Member of the Panel. The Committee received verbal representations from Mr McAleer Agent, on behalf of the applicant in support of the proposal and from Mr MacDonnald who read from a prepared statement on behalf of Heather’s Café and residents of Sandford Street objecting to the proposal. The planning officer reported to Members that an additional letter had been received from Mr R Stocker, Chair of Lewisham Cyclists objecting on the grounds that there is no provision for cyclists. Councillor Smith moved the motion to reject the officer’s recommendation and Refuse Planning Permission. Seconded by Councillor S Padmore. Members voted as follows:FOR: Councillors Garcha, Nisbet, Stephen Padmore and Smith.

ABSTAINED: Councillor T Scott. RESOLVED: that planning permission be refused in respect of Application No. DC/03/58277 for the following reason:The proposed change of use would be inappropriate in this location and would result in unacceptable on street parking in the vicinity of the premises.

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COURTS FURNITURE STORE, 335-337 BROMLEY ROAD SE6 The planning officer reported to Members that additional letters had been received from Mr R Stocker, Chair of Lewisham Cyclists objecting on the grounds that there is no provision for cyclists and a further letter on behalf of the applicant, raising issues on the subdivision of the property. Councillor Smith moved the motion to accept the officer’s recommendation. Members voted unanimously in favour of the motion to agree the officer’s recommendation with an additional Condition. RESOLVED that in respect of Application No.DC/04/57620 agree to vary Condition (4) of the planning permission dated 25 November 1983 with additional conditions (1) & (2) as set out in the report and an additional condition (3) as follows:(3) Cycle parking facilities in accordance with details to be submitted and approved in writing by the local planning authority shall be provided at the site before the premises is bought into use for an extended range of goods.

Reason (3) 4. H12 R Provision for Cyclists.

4 RIVERVIEW PARK SE6 The Committee received verbal representation from Mr M J Williams objecting to the proposal. Councillor Smith moved the motion to accept the officer’s recommendation. Members voted unanimously in favour of the motion to agree the officer’s recommendation. RESOLVED: that in respect of Application No. DC/04/58202:(i) planning permission be refused for the reason set out in the report. the Head of Law be authorised to take all necessary legal action to secure the removal of the wooden double gates and a reduction in height of the existing front boundary treatment including walls (to a height no higher than 1 metre) for the reason set out in the report.

(ii)

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TOWN PLANNING APPEALS The Committee noted the contents of the report.

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MINUTES The Minutes of the Planning Committee (C) meeting held on 20 January 2005 were agreed and signed.

The meeting ended at 8.25 pm

Chair 14 April 2005


								
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