Lanner Parish Council Planning Committee 11 April 2019

Lanner Parish Council Planning Committee Minutes of a meeting held on Tuesday 11 April 2019 in Lanner Village Hall.

Present: Cllr Luscombe (Chair), Cllr Anson (from item PL19/51), Cllr Bosworth, Cllr Wearne and Cllr Wood
In attendance: Elaine Youlton, Clerk and Teresa Marshall, Assistant Clerk

PL19/43: Apologies: Cllr Marshall (Family Commitment)

PL19/44: Declarations of Pecuniary and/or Non-pecuniary Interests relating to items on the agenda and the details thereof.
None.

PL19/45: To consider written requests for dispensation.
None.

PL19/46: To accept minutes of the last planning meeting.
Minutes of the meeting held on 12 March 2019 were approved and duly signed by the Chairman.

PL19/47: Matters arising from minutes.
None.

PL19/48: To consider the following applications:
None submitted.

PL19/49: To note the following Pre-Applications:
None submitted

PL19/50 : To received power point presentation ‘Meet the Planner’
The power point presentation containing details of the event held by Cornwall Council was presented to council. Cllr Wood advised that he had written to Officers David Edmundson, Sarah Furley and Mark Broomhead, offering feedback on the event but had not received a reply. It was noted that as part of his new remit Mark Broomhead would be take overall responsibility for local cases of enforcement.

Cllr Anson joined the meeting.

PL19/51: To hold general discussion regarding planning/NDP/enforcement
Discussions took place regarding planning, Neighbourhood development plan and enforcement. Cllr Luscombe reported on discussions with Mark Broomhead and it was suggested that a set of questions be sent to him before arranging a meeting to discuss matters of concern.

PL19/52: To consider applications received, to date, to fill vacancy for Councillor by co-option.
Deferred until meeting 25.04.19

PL19/53: Appeals:
None submitted

PL19/54: Correspondence:
Common Land – Carn Marth, Cllr Bosworth reported that in discussions with Cornwall Council on behalf of Carn Marth Trust, he was advised that no representation from the open space society had been submitted with regard to the application for Common Land status. It was anticipated that a decision regarding this matter would not be reached until January 2020.
Housing Supplementary planning – deferred to full council meeting
Mobile speed signs – deferred to full council meeting

PL19/55: Decision notices:
APPLICATIONS APPROVED

PA18/10345
Applicant: Mrs J Barton
Location: Land Rear Of 55 Lanner Hill Lanner Hill Lanner Cornwall TR16 6DB Proposal: Outline planning permission (with appearance, landscaping, layout and scale being reserved matters): Construction of 2 no. dwellings.

PA19/01719
Applicant: Mr And Mrs Matthew Bowden
Location: New Bell Bell Veor Lanner Cornwall TR16 6AN Proposal: Non-Material Amendment for Aluminium cladding to be replaced with timber cladding left to weather naturally. In respect of decision notice PA18/08233.

PA18/10535
Applicant: Mr & Mrs S Whitehurst
Location: 12 Tresavean Terrace Lanner Moor Lanner TR16 6JD
Proposal: Forming new driveway at front of property

PA19/00021
Applicant: Mr & Mrs Mallett
Location: Cunaide Tram Lane Pennance Road Lanner TR16 5TF
Proposal: Remodelling of first floor and creation of a dormer roof

PL19/56: Enforcement Reports:
Open cases:
EN18 01853 – Little Tresavean
EN18 01868 – Gordon Farm
EN18 01236 – Tresavean Farm
EN18 01812 – Lanner Green
EN19 00346 – Treveth Penstruthal
EN17 00282 & EN16 02255 – Cresta Chapel Hill
EN15 01401 Lanner Industrial Estate
EN17 01822 – Penstruthal
EN17/01823 Land West of Meadow View

In line with protocol requested by Cornwall Council Enforcement was discussed as a confidential matter.
PL19/57: Any other planning matters at the discretion of the Chairman:
Water run off at Carn Marth – Cllr Bosworth updated Council on recent communications and meetings to consider the difficulties being caused by the diversion of water runoff at Carn Marth. Of major concern was the erosion of the surfaces of footpaths/bridleways. It was noted that this was entirely the responsibility of Cornwall Council and not included as part of the Local Maintenance Partnership Agreement. It was feared that if complaint was made about the potential danger to users the paths could be closed rather than repairs under taken.
A note of caution would be given to the appointed Contractor before the next cutting of vegetation was undertaken.
General discussion took place regarding the Parish Council Website and it was agreed that amendment was required. Ideas for changes would be compiled and considered further before discussions took place with the website designer.

PL19/42: Confidential matters : In accordance with SO 78 the press and public will be excluded from this item.
In line with the protocol requested by Cornwall Council and since discussions contain
Information which reveals that Cornwall Council is considering the administration of enforcement actions press and public were excluded from this item.

There being no other business the meeting closed at 8.59pm

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