Consideration was given to the above
That for the reasons set out in the report and
in the written and verbal update to the Board, the application be
approved subject to the completion of a Section 106 Agreement
securing the following:-
Link Road contribution of £287,310 based on a £30sq.m
commercial development. Payable on first occupation.
2. Bus service
contribution of £150,000. Payable on first
net gain payment based on 2.30 additional biodiversity units (a
total commuted sum of £25.3k.on current figures):
submit an updated Biodiversity Impact Assessment
(BIA) based upon the final design, layout and detailed landscaping
plans to be submitted and approved by the Council with the reserved
matters submission; and
where the BIA shows an alternative credit amount is
required, for this to be calculated based on an agreed formula for
the indicative masterplan (£11k per credit required) and for
this to be paid to the Council prior to occupation.
And subject to the following conditions:-
- Commencement of
development (3 years) or 2 from date of approval of reserved
- 3 year submission of
- Reserved matters to
- Implementation of
Management Plan to be submitted prior to commencement.
- Travel Plan to be
submitted prior to occupation of the first dwelling.
- Off-site works for
the uncontrolled pedestrian crossing point and ghost right turn
lane on Viking Way.
- Requirement to secure
the small section of ped/cycle footway on the north west corner of
the site that links to the CLR.
- Arboricultural Impact
Assessment which also considers the SUDs proposals in accordance
with Sections 5.4 (BS5837:2012) and Tree protection Plan (Section
- Arboricultural Method
Statement (Section 6.1 BS5837:2012).
- A Woodland Management
Plan which makes a commitment to enhancing and managing existing
tree cover on the site to accord with Policy SE5 and SE3 should be
- Any future reserved
matters application to be supported by an updated protected species
surveys, impact assessment and mitigation proposals.
- Each reserved matters
application to be supported by a habitat creation method statement,
habitat management plan and ecological monitoring strategy. These
to be for a duration of 30 years and informed by the results of the
submitted Biodiversity Net Gain Assessment..
enhancement measures to be submitted with each future reserved
- Lighting strategy
design to minimise impacts on nocturnal wildlife.
- Reserved matters
application to be supported by proposals for the safeguarding of an
undeveloped 50m buffer as shown on the submitted parameters plan.
No development, including the storage of materials or levels
changes to take place within this buffer unless approved in writing
by the LPA.
to be routed outside the woodland except where required to form a
link to the south.
- Electric Vehicle
Charging points (commercial).
- Submission of a post
demolition Phase II ground contamination and risk assessment
together with a remediation report.
- Control of soils
brought onto site.
- Measures to address
contamination should it be unexpectantly be found during
- Jodrell Bank
- Approval of
- Development to accord
with the recommendations of the submitted flood risk
strategy/design in accordance with the appropriate method of
surface water drainage chosen.
- Foul and surface
water drained on separate systems.
In the event of any changes being needed to the
wording of the Board’s decision (such as to delete, vary or
add conditions/informatives/planning obligations or reasons for
approval/refusal) prior to the decision being issued, the Head of
Planning has delegated authority to do so in consultation with the
Chairman of the Strategic Planning Board, provided that the changes
do not exceed the substantive nature of the Board’s
(The meeting was adjourned for lunch from 12.50pm
until 1.30pm. Councillor B Murphy left
the meeting and did not return).