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Planning applications - background papers and additional information

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Any additional information received following the publication of this agenda will be reported and summarised at the meeting.

 

 

1.

Apologies for absence and substitutions

2.

Declarations of interest

3.

20/00116/FUL: Fairfield, 115 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 6LA pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Site address:               Fairfield, 115 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 6LA     

 

Proposal:                    Full planning application for the erection of 7 x three storey buildings and internal and external alterations to old Fairfield House (115 Banbury Road) to form new student bedrooms/flats, with ancillary facilities following demolition of the modern western and southern extensions to Fairfield House (115 Banbury Road). Change of use internal and external alterations and single storey extension of Garden House, r/o 98 Woodstock Road, to form children's nursery. Part demolition of existing boundary walls; demolition of modern extension to Redcliffe-Maud House and cycle sheds. Modification to existing internal access arrangements within the site and associated car and cycle parking, footways and new pedestrian accesses to Banbury Road, and associated landscaping.     

 

Recommendation:

 

The West Area Planning Committee is recommended to:

1.     approve the application for the reasons given in the report and subject to the required planning conditions set out in section 12 of the report and grant planning permission subject to:

·       the satisfactory completion of a legal agreement or unilateral undertaking under section.106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and other enabling powers to secure the planning obligations set out in the recommended heads of terms which are set out in this report; and

 

2.     delegate authority to the Head of Planning Services to:

·       finalise the recommended conditions as set out in the report including such refinements, amendments, additions and/or deletions as the Head of Planning Services considers reasonably necessary;

·       finalise the recommended legal agreement under section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and other enabling powers as set out in the report, including refining, adding to, amending and/or deleting the obligations detailed in the heads of terms set out in the report (including to dovetail with and where appropriate, reinforce the final conditions and informatives to be attached to the planning permission) as the Head of Planning Services considers reasonably necessary; and

·       complete the section 106 legal agreement referred to above and issue the planning permission.

 

Additional documents:

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20/00182/VAR: Oxford Railway Station, Park End Street, OX1 1HS pdf icon PDF 366 KB

Site address:         Oxford Railway Station, Park End Street, OX1 1HS

 

Proposal:              Removal of condition 7 (Time limit of 6 years from occupation) of planning permission 15/03087/VAR (Variation of condition 7 (Time limit of 3 years) of prior approval 15/00096/PA18 (Application seeking prior approval for development comprising extension to the length of existing north bay platforms, replacement platform canopies, new re-locatable rail staff accommodation building and reconfiguration of short stay and staff car parking under Part 11 Class A Schedule 2 of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995.)) to allow the approved TOC accommodation building to remain permanently(amended description)

 

Reason at

Committee:           The application is before the committee because the previous decision to grant planning permission for the building was approved at committee (15/00096/PA11); this application represents a significant amendment to that application.

 

Recommendation:

The West Area Planning Committee is recommended to:

1.     approve the application for the reasons given in the report and subject to the required planning conditions set out in section 12 of the report and grant planning permission; and

2.     agree to delegate authority to the Head of Planning Services to:

·       finalise the recommended conditions as set out in this report including such refinements, amendments, additions and/or deletions as the Head of Planning Services considers reasonably necessary

 

 

Additional documents:

5.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 384 KB

Recommendation: to approve the minutes of the meeting held on 9 June 2020 as a true and accurate record.

 

6.

Forthcoming applications

Items currently expected to be considered by the committee at future meetings are listed for information. This is not a definitive list and applications may be added or removed at any point. These are not for discussion at this meeting.

 

19/00608/FUL: Jurys Inn, Godstow Road, Oxford, OX2 8AL

Committee  decision

19/01662/FUL: 75 Botley Road, Oxford, OX2 0EZ

Called in

18/02989/FUL: 269 Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 2AJ (Bartlemas Nursery)

Committee decision

19/02306/FUL: Castle Hill House, 9 New Road, Oxford, OX1 1LT

Committee decision

19/02307/LBC : Castle Hill House, 9 New Road, Oxford, OX1 1LT

19/02578/OUT: Land Forming The Site Of Former Cold Arbour Filling Station, 281 Abingdon Road, Oxford, OX1 4US

 

19/02601/FUL: Frewin Quad, New Inn Hall Street, Oxford, OX1 2DH

 

20/00549/LBC:Town Hall, St Aldate's, Oxford OX1 1BX

 

19/02815/FUL: Land Between 45 And 51 Hill Top Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire

Called in

19/02816/FUL: Land Between 45 And 51 Hill Top Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire

19/02817/FUL: Land Between 45 And 51 Hill Top Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire

19/02926/FUL: Land Adjacent The Old School, Gloucester Green, Oxford, OX1 2BU

Committee decision

19/03013/FUL: 8 Hollybush Row, Oxford,OX1 1JH

 

19/02723/FUL: 20 Blenheim Drive, Oxford, OX2 8DG

 

20/00166/FUL: Rhodes House, South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3RG

 

20/00167/LBC: Rhodes House, South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3RG

 

20/00259/FUL: 33-37 Offices, Stockmore Street,  Oxford, OX4 1JT

 

20/00549/LBC: Town Hall, St Aldate's, Oxford, OX1 1BX

 

20/00747/VAR: The White Rabbit,

Called in

 

7.

Dates of future meetings

Future meetings of the Committee are scheduled on:

 

2020

2021

11 August

 

8 September

19 January

13 October

9 February

10 November

9 March

8 December

13 April

 

These may be remote meetings: start times and arrangements will be confirmed nearer the meeting date.

 

 

 

Public access to this meeting and members of the public speaking

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Public access to remote meetings

1.       You can watch the meeting remotely by clicking on the link in the comments section or under ‘media’ sited just above the agenda items.

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Registering to speaking

3.      Members of the public can register to speak at a meeting in accordance with the Procedure Rule within Council’s Constitutions.

4.      For this committee you must register to speak before noon on the working day before the meeting, giving the application name/number and whether you are supporting or objecting. You must also supply an email address and phone number.

5.       Members of the public registering to speak are recommended to submit their contribution in writing to democraticservices@oxford.gov.uk not less than 24 hours before the meeting is due to start. This will ensure that their contribution can be taken into account and, where necessary, responded to, in the event that the connection is poor or they are otherwise unable to join the meeting. Members of the public who register to speak will be advised of any word limit for their written submission.

Public attendance and speaking at remote meetings

6.      Members of the public viewing the meeting should do this through the weblink to the live stream as above.

7.      Members of the public may register to speak at the meeting in accordance with the procedure rules (see 4 and the notes at the end of the agenda frontsheet)

8.      Those registering to speak will be provided with joining instructions and guidance on public participation in remote meetings by the Committee and Member Services Team.

9.       When the meeting starts, or during the agenda item before the one they are speaking on, they should follow these instructions and join the meeting. When joining a meeting members of the public with a right to speak must ensure that they can be identified as a registered speaker otherwise their access to the meeting will be blocked.

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11.   The Meeting Host will ‘enable’ their microphone when they are called to speak, or may admit them to the meeting. They must not speak until are invited to do so by the Chair. Speeches are timed from the first words of the speech: there is no penalty for delays caused by the technology.

12.   The member of the public may remain as an attendee or in the meeting to hear the remainder of the agenda item. Once their contribution has been heard the Meeting Host will mute their microphone and it must remain muted for the remainder of the meeting unless the Chair invites them to speak again, at which point the microphone will be enabled again.

13.   At the end of the agenda item, the Chair may ask speakers attending for that item to disconnect from the remote meeting and the Meeting Host may remove their access to the meeting. Members of the public may continue to observe the meeting by watching the live stream accessed via a link on the Council’s meetings webpages.

14.   If a member of the public exercising their right to speak at a remote meeting loses connectivity during their contribution, they should immediately dial back in to the meeting using the telephone number provided in the joining instructions.

15.   If a member of the public exercising their right to speak at a remote meeting loses connectivity and is unable to re-join the meeting their previously submitted written contribution will be considered (it will be read out by an officer who will keep strictly to the allocated time limit). If no written contribution has been submitted the meeting will proceed without considering their contribution.

 

Press access to remote meetings

16.   Journalists wishing to attend a remote meeting are advised to inform pressoffice@oxford.gov.uk not less than 24 hours before the meeting is due to start to be issued with joining instructions.

17.   Journalists in remote attendance are asked to keep their microphone muted and their video camera turned off.

18.   Alternatively journalists can access meetings by viewing the live stream as set out in 1 and 2 above.