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67.

Minutes

Minutes of the Meeting held on 28 November 2018 (previously circulated)

 

 

 

                                                                                                            

 

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Minutes:

RESOLVED that the Minutes of the Meeting held on 28 November 2018 be signed as a correct record.

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68.

Items Requiring Urgent Attention

Items which in the opinion of the Chairman should be considered at the meeting as matters of urgency.

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No item was raised as a matter of urgency.

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69.

County Matter: County Council Development: North Devon District: Proposed widening of 7.5km of the carriageway including junction improvements at Landkey and West Buckland; provision of a footbridge; and associated works at A361 North Devon Link Road, Between Portmore Roundabout (Barnstaple) and Filleigh Cutting (South Molton) pdf icon PDF 474 KB

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(Councillor J Yabsley declared a Personal Interest in this item by virtue of being a Member of the North Devon District Council [Executive Committee])

 

(Councillor Edgell (as a local Member) and Councillor A Davis (on behalf of the applicant) attended in accordance with Standing Order 25 and spoke to this item in support of the application)

 

(Mr M Smith (WSP consultants) and Ms D Fitzsimmons (Devon County Council) attended (both on behalf of the applicant) under the Council’s Public Participation Scheme and spoke to this item in support of the application)

 

The Committee considered the Report of the Chief Planner (PTE/19/5) relating to an 11km length of the A361 North Devon Link Road between Filleigh Cutting near South Molton and Portmore roundabout in Barnstaple.  A range of measures were proposed including the widening of three sections of the road totalling 7.5km in length, together with junction improvements including a new overbridge, a new footbridge and associated landscaping works.

 

The Chief Planner’s Report gave a reasoned assessment of the proposal, referring to all relevant policies and summarising the comments and views of interested parties received prior to the meeting. The Chief Planner reported on an amendment to the proposed Planning Condition 6 (Construction Environmental Management Plan) resulting from the Environment Agency’s consultation response.    

 

The matter having been debated and having regard to the main material planning policies and requirements,

 

it was MOVED by Councillor Brook, SECONDED by Councillor Inch and

 

RESOLVED that planning permission be granted subject to the conditions set out in Appendix I of the Report with an amendment relating to Condition 6 requiring details of work in respect of contaminants, that may affect ground water, made ground and soil, with any subsequent changes to the conditions being agreed in consultation with the Chair and local County Councillors.

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County Council Development: Teignbridge District: Creation of a cycleway/pedestrian path 330m in length from the end of Beverley Way through to Steppes Meadow, Newton Abbot pdf icon PDF 2 MB

Report of the Head of Planning, Transportation and Environment (PTE/19/6), attached

 

 

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The Committee considered the Report of the Chief Planner (PTE/19/6) on an application for a 3 metres wide cycleway/pedestrian path from the end of Beverley Way to Steppes Meadow to help link the Ogwell Cross area with Newton Abbot town centre. 

 

The Chief Planner’s Report gave a reasoned assessment of the proposal, referring to all relevant policies and summarising the comments and views of interested parties received prior to the meeting. The Chief Planner also reported further representations from the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) objecting to the proposal as it was premature, in advance of proposed housing development in Beverley Cross.    

 

The matter having been debated and having regard to the main material planning policies and requirements,

 

it was MOVED by Councillor Brook, SECONDED by Councillor Sanders, and

 

RESOLVED that permission be granted subject to the conditions set out in Appendix I to the Report, with any subsequent minor changes to the conditions being agreed in consultation with the Chair and local County Councillor.

 

 

 

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Delegated Action - Schedules (to include ROMPS Actions) and Summary Schedule pdf icon PDF 47 KB

Report of the Head of Planning, Transportation and Environment (PTE/17/7), attached

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The Committee received the report of the Chief Planner (PTE/19/7) of action taken under delegated powers.