Declarations of interest for agenda item '20/4682M-Variation of conditions 1 and 2 on approved application 18/3219M - Proposed continued use of construction compound including associated access, car parking, construction vehicle storage, portacabins and other associated works, Costain Compound South of Lymm Road, Little Bollington for Galliford Try, Balfour Beatty and Tatton'
- Councillor Steven Edgar - In the interests of Openness - In the interest of openness in respect of the application, Councillor S Edgar declared that he was the Chairman of the Public Rights of Way Committee who had been a consultee on all three of the applications, however had he had not discussed the applications or made any comments on them.
- Councillor Stewart Gardiner - In the interests of Openness - In the interest of openness in respect of application 20/4682M, Councillor S Gardiner declared that he knew the CEO of Tatton Estates and that he had not discussed the application with him. Before Christmas he had received a telephone call to discuss the application from Mr Henry Brooks. He informed him that he was unable to discuss the application but Mr Brooks was concerned that communication with officers and his agent had stopped and he requested be resumed and as a result Councillor S Gardiner did send an email to the Head of Planning to make him aware of Mr Brooks concerns. However he had not discussed the application with Mr Brooks and had gone out of his way to ensure he was unfettered. At the time the application was submitted in its revised form he was the Chairman of the Knutsford Town Council Planning Committee, however he deemed it was inappropriate for him to attend and take part in the debate on the application and so a meeting was arranged whereby only that application was considered and which the Vice Chairman of Knutsford Town Council Planning Committee chaired. Until he received the agenda he was unaware of the details of the application. He was aware of the historic application but the current application was so different that he did not believe his position was fettered.
- Councillor Tony Dean - In the interests of Openness - In the interest of openness in respect of the application, Councillor T Dean declared that he was known to the Tatton estate and the Chief Executive but he had not discussed the application with him.