Agenda item - Queen's Park Conservation Area Proposed Article 4 Direction

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Agenda item

Queen's Park Conservation Area Proposed Article 4 Direction

Report of the Executive Director for Economy, Environment & Culture (Copy attached)

 

 

 

Decision:

RESOLVED: That Committee

 

1.    Authorised the making of a non-immediate Article 4 Direction to the Queen’s Park conservation area to remove the permitted development rights listed in Appendix 2, to come into effect in twelve (12) months from this date, subject to statutory consultation.

2.    Noted the representation (listed in Appendix 1) made during the informal consultation period.

 

Minutes:

10.1    The Committee considered a report of the Executive Director, Economy, Environment & Culture which sought approval to make a non-immediate Article 4 direction for the Queens Park conservation area together with the required statutory consultation and to further provide a summary of the response to the informal public consultation. The report was presented by the Planning Team Leader.

 

10.2    The Planning Team Leader stated that the report would come in to effect in 12 months’ time and that it must first be subjected to further consultation with residents.

 

10.3    Councillor Rainey referred to concerns made by residents in appendix 1 and enquired if alterations would take into account BHCC commitment to achieve 0 carbon emissions.

 

10.4    Planning Team Leader stated that results following consultation was split on windows and low level support for solar panels. It was stated that if people wanted to replace their timber sash windows, this could be done with anything.

 

10.5    Councillor Rainey enquired how article 4 direction could be secured.

 

10.6    The Planning Team Leader stated that in many cases what was meant was that people would repair like for like rather than alteration that would mean attaining planning applications. It was noted that this only applied to the front of buildings, it was clarified that any works were viable at the rear of the household.

 

10.7    RESOLVED: That Committee:

 

1.    Authorised the making of a non-immediate Article 4 Direction to the Queen’s Park conservation area to remove the permitted development rights listed in Appendix 2, to come into effect in twelve (12) months from this date, subject to statutory consultation.

2.    Noted the representation (listed in Appendix 1) made during the informal consultation period.

 

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