Declarations of interest

Declarations of interest

 Declarations

Meeting:  Wednesday 26 May 2021 6.00 pm - Planning - Oxford City Planning Committee

5. 20/03034/FUL: Hill View Farm, Mill Lane, Marston, Oxford OX3 0QG

  • Councillor Ajaz Rehman - - Councillor Rehman stated that he knew the applicant as an acquaintance and also attended the same mosque but that he had not made his mind up on the matter, and approached it with an open mind.
  • Councillor Lizzy Diggins - - Councillor Diggins stated that she worked for the MP for Oxford East and that she was aware of the application from that role and the recent election campaigning but she had not made her mind up on the matter, and approached it with an open mind.
  • Councillor Louise Upton - - Councillor Upton stated that as a Council appointed trustee for the Oxford Preservation Trust, she had been involved in discussions regarding the application before the Committee. Consequently she would leave the meeting and take no part in the determination of the application.
  • Councillor Lucy Pegg - - Councillor Pegg stated that she worked for The Wildlife Trusts and that, whilst she was aware that BBOWT (Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust) had made a submission to the consultation, she had not been involved in that and she had not made her mind up on the matter, and approached it with an open mind.
  • Councillor Mary Clarkson - - Councillor Clarkson stated that, as stated on her Register of Interests, she owned a property at 23A Mill Lane but that she did not consider it to be close enough to be impacted by the application and she had listened to the concerns of local residents when campaigning for the election. She said that she had not made her mind up on the matter, and approached it with an open mind.
  • Councillor Mohammed Altaf-Khan - - Councillor Altaf-Khan stated that he knew the applicant as an acquaintance and also attended the same mosque but that he had not made his mind up on the matter, and approached it with an open mind.

Meeting:  Wednesday 26 May 2021 6.00 pm - Planning - Oxford City Planning Committee

6. 21/00792/FUL: 75 Headley Way, Oxford, OX3 7SR

  • Councillor Nigel Chapman - - Cllr Chapman stated that although he had called in this application he had not made his mind up on the matter, and approached it with an open mind.

Meeting:  Tuesday 13 July 2021 6.00 pm - Planning - Oxford City Planning Committee

4. 21/01255/FUL: 3 Boults Close, Old Marston

  • Councillor Dr Christopher Smowton - - stated that he intended to submit a personal planning application for the installation of photovoltaic plates at his own property and for that reason he would not take part in the consideration of the application before the committee and would leave the meeting.
  • Councillor Louise Upton - - stated that she had called the application in to committee but she had expressed no view on the application and had not made her mind up on the matter and approached it with an open mind.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 October 2021 6.00 pm - Planning - Oxford City Planning Committee

3. 21/01185/FUL: Site Of Blocks C F G H J K L And M, Clive Booth Hall, John Garne Way, Oxford, OX3 0FN

  • Councillor Nigel Chapman - - stated that as the ward councillor for Headington Hill and Northway he had been contacted by local residents but that he had expressed no view on the application and had not made his mind up on the matter and approached it with an open mind.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 October 2021 6.00 pm - Planning - Oxford City Planning Committee

4. 21/01217/FUL: Land To The West Of Mill Lane, Marston, Oxford, OX3 0QA

  • Councillor Lucy Pegg - - stated that she worked for The Wildlife Trusts and that, whilst she was aware that BBOWT (Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust) had commented on the application, she had not been involved in that and she had not made her mind up on the matter, and approached it with an open mind.

Meeting:  Tuesday 9 November 2021 6.00 pm - Planning - Oxford City Planning Committee

3. 21/02007/PA18: Oxford Railway Station

  • Councillor Colin Cook - - Stated that although, as ward councillor, he had previously engaged in discussion with Network Rail and his constituents about the generic proposals for the new railway station he had not discussed or commented upon the specific application and that he was approaching it with an open mind, would listen to all the arguments and weigh up all the relevant facts before coming to a decision.