Agenda item - Article 4 Direction - Changes of Use from Class E (commercial, business and service uses) to Class C3 (dwellinghouses).

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Article 4 Direction - Changes of Use from Class E (commercial, business and service uses) to Class C3 (dwellinghouses).

Report of the Executive Director for Economy, Environment, and Culture (Copy Attached).

 

Decision:

RESOLVED: That the Committee authorises the making of a non-immediate Direction under Article 4 of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (as amended) to remove the Class MA permitted development right for changes the use from Class E (commercial, business and service uses) to C3 (dwellinghouses) for the reasons outlined in this report.

 

Minutes:

51.1 Liz Hobden introduced the report starting on page 245 of the Agenda.

 

51.2 Councillor Simson commented that the map was difficult to read, and Liz Hobden confirmed that a colour map would be circulated to committee members.

 

51.3 Councillor Ebel thanked Steve Tremlett and Liz Hobden for their work on the report which protects local shopping parades from disappearing, which are vital for communities to thrive.

 

51.4 Councillor Childs was informed that the important local shopping parades are included in the direction.

 

51.5 Councillor Rainey raised that she was happy to see St James’ Street included in the direction.

 

51.6 Councillor Osborne commented that the direction is important to preserve tourism and culture in the city.

 

RESOLVED: That the Committee authorises the making of a non-immediate Direction under Article 4 of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (as amended) to remove the Class MA permitted development right for changes the use from Class E (commercial, business and service uses) to C3 (dwellinghouses) for the reasons outlined in this report.

 

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