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Any substitute members should declare their substitution.
There were no substitute Members.
Declarations of Interest
Members and Officers must declare any disclosable pecuniary interests in relation to any business on the agenda. Declarations should also be made at any stage such an interest becomes apparent during the meeting.
If in doubt contact the Legal or Democratic Services representative for this meeting.
Members and Officers may seek advice upon any relevant interest from the Monitoring Officer prior to the meeting.
Councillor Lee Cowen declared a personal interest in item AWDM/1515/19 Beach Green, Brighton Road as the Chairman of Lancing Parish Council's Amenities & Environment Committee but came to the meeting with an open mind.
Confirmation of Minutes
To approve the minutes of the Planning Committee meetings of the Committee held on Monday 11 November 2019, which have been emailed to Members.
RESOLVED, that the minutes of the Planning Committee meeting held on 11 November 2019 be confirmed as a correct record and that they be signed by the Chairman.
Items Raised Under Urgency Provisions
To consider any items the Chair of the meeting considers urgent.
There were no items raised under urgency provisions.
To consider the reports by the Director for the Economy, attached as Item 5.
The Chairman reminded Members that at the last Planning Committee meeting in November they had resolved to approve the above planning application for the redevelopment of the Mannings. However, at that time the Committee had requested that further work be undertaken to introduce greater visual interest and brickwork detailing.
Samples of materials proposed for use in the redevelopment of the Mannings site had been displayed in the Adur Members’ Room.
The Officer and architects had discussed several possible architectural changes, and the Officer ran through in detail, with images, the proposed changes which included, the design and alignment of balconies and entrance porches, brickwork detailing and repositioning of some windows within the proposal.
The Officer felt the architectural changes, with the palette of materials shown, would create a more sympathetic and visually distinctive building. The Officer concluded his presentation by requesting any comments from Members.
A Member requested the colour of the brick mortar to be used on the development. The Officer responded the colour had not been agreed as yet but expected it to be fairly neutral.
Another query was in relation to the top level of the building and how it would blend in with the remainder of the building. The Officer advised it would have a darker brick tone, and be heavily recessed, making it appear more understated.
There was a further
representation from the architect, Wai Lun Ho.
The Members supported the amended plans which had achieved greater visual interest and detailing, along with the sample of materials which were also presented to the Committee.
The materials would be settled through the planning conditions to be attached to the planning permission.
Planning permission would be issued subject to the above, the delegation given to the Head of Planning and Development on 11 November 2019 and the completion of a legal agreement.
The Planning Services Manager ran through updates to the report since its publication.
The Officer advised the agents had requested the application be deferred in order to address the refusal reasons however, some of the refusal reasons in terms of the work required would need tests to be carried out until at least May of next year. He advised that in normal circumstances, where such work was required, Officers ... view the full minutes text for item ADC-PC/42/19-20
Public Question Time
So as to provide the best opportunity for the Committee to provide the public with the fullest answer, questions from the public should be submitted by midday on Thursday 7 December 2019.
Where relevant notice of a question has not been given, the person presiding may either choose to give a response at the meeting or respond by undertaking to provide a written response within three working days.
Questions should be submitted to Democratic Services –
(Note: Public Question Time will last for a maximum of 30 minutes)
The Chairman invited members of the public to ask questions or make statements about any matter for which the Council had a responsibility or which affected the District.
There were no public questions.