Venue: QEII Room, Shoreham Centre, Shoreham-by-Sea

Contact: Katy McMullan
Democratic Services Officer
01903 221006  Email:

No. Item


Substitute Members

Any substitute members should declare their substitution.


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.


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 26 January 2023.


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)


Members Questions

Pre-submitted Members questions are pursuant to rule 12 of the Council & Committee Procedure Rules.


Questions should be submitted by midday on Thursday 26 January 2023 to Democratic Services,   


(Note: Member Question Time will operate for a maximum of 30 minutes.)


Confirmation of Minutes

To approve the minutes of the Planning Committee meetings of the Committee held on 30 November and 5 December 2022, which have been emailed to Members.


Items Raised Under Urgency Provisions

To consider any items the Chair of the meeting considers urgent.


Urgent Item - Building Materials for Kingston Wharf Development pdf icon PDF 6 MB

The determination of building materials for the approved Kingston Wharf Development was to have been considered at the Planning Committee meeting of 9th January, the report was part of the published agenda. However this meeting was cancelled due to the lack of other business.


The applicant, Hyde Housing has written to the Council, asking that the matter be considered as a matter of urgency. Their order must be confirmed with brick manufacturers by 3rd February, or the reserved allocation will be lost which is likely to leave them with a more limited choice of bricks and possible delivery uncertainties and delay.


The application is for a development of 255 new apartments, at least 30 percent (77no.) of which are secured as affordable homes by virtue of a legal agreement with the Council. Delays in its construction would delay the provision of this significant amount of affordable housing.  



Planning Applications pdf icon PDF 13 MB

To consider the reports by the Director for the Economy, attached as Item 7.

Part B - Not for publication - Exempt Information Reports