Agenda

Tynedale Local Area Planning Committee - Tuesday, 11th June, 2024 4.00 pm

Venue: Dene Park House, Corbridge Road, Hexham, NE46 1HN

Contact: Nichola Turnbull 

Items
No. Item

1.

APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

2.

MINUTES pdf icon PDF 156 KB

Minutes of the meeting of the Tynedale Local Area Planning Committee, held on 12 March 2024, as circulated, to be confirmed as a true record, and signed by the Chair.

3.

DISCLOSURE OF MEMBERS' INTERESTS

Unless already entered in the Council’s Register of Members’ interests, members are required?where a matter arises at a meeting;

 

a)      Which directly relates to Disclosable Pecuniary Interest (‘DPI’) as set out in Appendix B, Table 1 of the Code of Conduct, to disclose the interest, not participate in any discussion or vote and not to remain in room. Where members have a DPI or if the matter concerns an executive function and is being considered by a Cabinet Member with a DPI they must notify the Monitoring Officer and arrange for somebody else to deal with the matter.

 

b)      Which directly relates to the financial interest or well being of a Other Registrable Interest as set out in Appendix B, Table 2 of the Code of Conduct to disclose the interest and only speak on the matter if members of the public are also allowed to speak at the meeting but otherwise must not take part in any discussion?or vote on the matter and must not remain the room.

 

c)       Which directly relates to their financial interest or well-being (and is not DPI) or the financial well being of a relative or close associate, to declare the interest and members may only speak on the matter if members of the public are also allowed to speak.  Otherwise, the member must not take part in discussion or vote on the matter and must leave the room.

 

d)      Which affects the financial well-being of the member, a relative or close associate or a body included under the Other Registrable Interests column in Table 2, to disclose the interest and apply the test set out at paragraph 9 of Appendix B before deciding whether they may remain in the meeting.

 

e)      Where Members have or a Cabinet Member has an Other Registerable Interest or Non Registerable Interest in a matter being considered in exercise of their executive function, they must notify the Monitoring Officer and arrange for somebody else to deal with it.

 

NB Any member needing clarification must contact monitoringofficer@northumberland.gov.uk.  Members are referred to the Code of Conduct which contains the matters above in full.  Please refer to the guidance on disclosures at the rear of this agenda letter.

4.

Determination of planning applications pdf icon PDF 141 KB

To request the committee to decide the planning applications attached to this report using the powers delegated to it.

 

Please note that printed letters of objection/support are no longer circulated with the agenda but are available on the Council’s website at http://www.northumberland.gov.uk/Planning.aspx

5.

24/00231/FUL Barclays, Corbridge pdf icon PDF 276 KB

Change of use from class A2 Banks to class C3(s) to form two dwelling houses. Proposed upgrading works to the existing shopfront and incorporation of two new apartment entrances on the front elevation, extensions at the rear of the property, external decking areas, new garden room/studio at lower ground level

Barclays Market Place Corbridge Northumberland NE45 5AW

6.

23/03985/FUL pdf icon PDF 408 KB

Construction of 26 no. dwellings, detached garages and associated works

Land North East Of Bridgeford View Bellingham Northumberland

7.

Appeals update pdf icon PDF 325 KB

For Members’ information to report the progress of planning appeals.  This is a monthly report and relates to appeals throughout all 5 Local Area Planning Committees and covers appeals of Strategic Planning Committee.

8.

DATE OF NEXT MEETING

The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, 9 July 2024 at 4.00 p.m.

 

(A meeting of the Tynedale Local Area Committee will be held at 6.00 pm or at the rising of the Tynedale Local Area Planning Committee on Tuesday 9 July 2024.)

9.

URGENT BUSINESS

To consider such other business as, in the opinion of the Chair, should, by reason of special circumstances, be considered as a matter of urgency.