Planning Committee

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Agenda – Meeting 19 (2019/21)

This meeting was held in accordance with Local Authorities and Police & Crime Panels (Coronavirus) (Flexibility of Local Authority and Crime Panels Meeting) (England and Wales) Regulations 2020

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Planning Committee Agenda 15.03.21

Planning Committee Minutes 15.03.21

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136.     Apologies for Absence

To receive apologies and consider acceptance.

137.     Declarations of Interest

To note any declarations of interest

138.     Minutes of the Meeting held on 15 February 2021

To agree and sign the minutes as a true record.

Planning Committee Minutes 15.02.21

139.     Opportunity for Public to Speak

140.     Planning Applications

140.1  To consider the applications listed below.

Reference Address Description
21/00395/TPO 1 Stapleton Court, Fluin Lane, Frodsham Walnut- Remove in the interest of safety. It has significant amount of bark missing around the base of the tree with some indication of brown rot. The tree has very recent (2021) history of dropping substantial branches there also appears to be excessive die back within the canopy small children are frequently present underneath the tree
21/00653/CAT The Coach House, Vicarage Lane, Frodsham Yew – reduce by maximum 3m
21/00731/FUL 36 Penrith Close, Frodsham Two storey and single storey side extension, single storey front extension and replacement garage
21/00422/FUL 2 Lansdowne, Frodsham Two storey extension to rear and re-tiling of existing roof
21/00758/TPO 11 Howey Rise, Frodsham 1 x Large mature Oak – Crown reduce to previous points. 1 x Smaller Oak directly below above tree – Crown reduce by 20%.
21/00720/CAT Glebe Cottage, Church Road, Frodsham Remove 1 Pine/Fir tree, that is close to the property and starting to lean towards the house. The tree is stunting the growth of a cherry tree beneath it and concerned it could fall onto the house. It is also causing excessive shading and removal would allow the cherry tree to grow properly.
21/00760/CAT 52 High Street, Frodsham Crown of the Lime tree (T1) reduced in height (crown reduction) and branches thinned out to allow more light and more air into this and other trees nearby. The Lime tree has grown to approx 40ft and is on higher ground at the rear of the garden. The tree does not allow much light to get through to the garden especially in the summer. Branches overhang neighbouring properties and the sticky residue lands on the cars next door. Some branches appear dead and some are growing into the trees nearby. There are other holly trees along the boundary wall (T 2 and T3) and the garden has a number of other trees.
21/00483/FUL 8 Brookside Road, Frodsham First floor rear extension
21/00156/FUL Beech Orchard, Bradley Lane, Frodsham Single storey side extension, to include rendering application in white
21/00488/FUL 15 Wayford Close, Frodsham Single storey rear extension
21/00529/FUL 23 Bellemonte Road, Frodsham Erection of a porch to the front elevation and a single storey extension to the rear elevation. Addition of Render and timber cladding to front and rear elevations.
21/00615/LBC The Bears Paw Hotel, 127 Main Street, Frodsham Free standing covered timber pergola to existing cobbled area and covered timber pergola with external fixed seating below to rear patio area, existing tarmac drinking area to be replaced with resin finish and removal of an existing jumbrella

133.2  To note the decisions taken by the Unitary Council since 15 February 2021 and listed below. Frodsham Town Council objected to those applications in bold text.

Date Reference Address Description Decision
16-Feb-21 20/04286/FUL 26 Ennerdale Drive, Frodsham First floor side extension Approval
23-Feb-21 20/03908/FUL 3 Manor Farm Court, Langdale Way, Frodsham Reconstruction of sandstone wall facing Bridge Lane Approval

133.3  To note the decisions taken by the Planning Inspector since 15 February 2021.

Date Reference Address Description Decision
03-Mar 21 APP/A0665/W/20/3262357


Land to rear of Helsby Park Homes, Chester Road, Helsby Continued use of touring caravan and camping site for up to 10 touring caravans including the siting of a portable toilet block within existing building Appeal dismissed. Refusal of permission by the planning authority upheld by the Planning Inspector

141.     Date of Next Meeting

Monday 19 April at 6.30pm.