Agenda – Meeting 3 (2021/22)
18. Apologies for Absence
To receive apologies and consider acceptance.
19. Declarations of Interest
To note any declarations of interest
20. Minutes of the Meeting held on 26 July 2021
To agree and sign the minutes as a true record.
21. Opportunity for Public to Speak
22. Planning Applications
22.1 To consider the applications listed below.
|21/02540/LDC||Beech Orchard, Bradley Lane, Frodsham||Use of agricultural land as residential garden land for over 10 years|
|21/02642/FUL||Valley Cottage, Middle Walk, Bellemonte Road, Frodsham||Single storey porch and new external doors and windows|
|21/00707/FUL||14 Thirlmere Close, Frodsham||Replace existing roof with a raised pitch to create first floor accommodation, including 2 dormers to the front and a large dormer to the rear|
|21/02658/FUL||35 Kingsway, Frodsham||Part single storey and two storey side extension amendment to 20/04751/FUL|
|21/02395/FUL||Land Adjacent to 55 Silverdale Close, Frodsham||Demolition of existing swimming pool building and construction of new detached dwelling|
|21/02784/FUL||12 Froda Avenue, Frodsham||Alterations to rear elevation including addition of render, construction of raised deck, patio area and steps down to accommodate change in level from house to garden level.|
|21/02914/TPO||9 St Hildas Drive, Frodsham||Beech – 20% reduction as it is too big for its location|
|21/02748/TPO||4 Newlands Close, Frodsham||Lime Tree overhangs slightly onto the highway and desperately needs thinning out and crowning due to it’s density. When in full leaf and it obscures natural light into the garden and prevents anything underneath growing and we would like to have a vegetable patch on that level. In the summer months produces a sap that attracts wasps which can make it dangerous for the children to play in the garden and hanging washing out. It has not been trimmed since we moved in, in 2012 and now understand, it should be done every 2 years.|
|21/02913/CAT||Land Adjacent To Pinmill Croft, Park Lane, Frodsham||2 x sycamore removal – both are self-seeded and interfering with multiple phone lines|
|21/02923/CAT||Lower Brockton, Red Lane, Frodsham||Silver birch – remove due to large cavity from 1ft to 7ft. has tried to callus but has 5″ gap displaying decayed heartwood|
|21/02470/FUL||61 Fluin Lane, Frodsham||Two storey and single storey rear extension|
|21/02476/FUL||93 Townfield Lane, Frodsham||Demolition of existing garage, erection of single storey front/side extension, removal of existing chimneys|
|21/02848/S73||Area 10B, Ince Resource Recovery Park, Marsh Lane, Ince||Variation of Condition 2 (Approved Drawings) 8 (Permitted number of daily HGV movements), 9 (Access road, emergency exit and internal road layout) and Condition 10 (Emergency Access) of 19/03489/FUL
This is an application to vary the terms of the original planning application 19/03489/FUL, which was discussed by Planning Committee on 28 October 2019 and there were no objections.
|21/02928/FUL||38 Doric Avenue, Frodsham||Single storey side and rear extension with rooflights|
|21/02942/FUL||43 Fairways, Frodsham||First floor front extension and associated alterations|
|21/02863/FUL||37 Netherton Drive, Frodsham||Erection of side and rear extension with new porch|
|21/02991/FUL||3 Thirlmere Close, Frodsham||Single storey side extension and alterations to existing garage|
|21/03141/CAT||Millbank House, Main Street, Frodsham||Horse Chestnut – Prune Lateral branches by up to 2m or suitable pruning point which are encroaching on Neighbouring property. Crown lift to 3m to reduce excessive shading|
|21/03236/TPO||47 Howey Lane, Frodsham||Cherry – remove as it is too big for its current location, replace with something more manageable|
|21/03030/FUL||24 St Lawrence Road, Frodsham||Single storey rear extension|
|21/02988/PAA||Maranatha, 4 Middle Walk, Bellemonte Road, Frodsham||Erection of an additional floor replacing existing loft accommodation|
23. Date of Next Meeting
Monday 20 September at 6.30pm.