Agenda and draft minutes

Planning Committee
Tuesday, 21st May, 2019 7.30 pm

Venue: Dugdale Centre - Dugdale. View directions

Contact: Jane Creer Email: (jane.creer@enfield.gov.uk 020 8379 4093) / Metin Halil Email: (metin.halil@enfield.gov.uk 020 8379 4091) 

Items
No. Item

23.

WELCOME AND APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

Minutes:

Councillor Aksanoglu, Chair, welcomed all attendees, and in particular the three new members of Planning Committee. It was confirmed that the new members had received full and appropriate training as Planning Committee members.

 

Apologies for absence were noted from Councillor Elif Erbil.

24.

DECLARATION OF INTEREST

Members of the Planning Committee are invited to identify any disclosable pecuniary, other pecuniary or non-pecuniary interests relevant to items on the agenda.

 

Minutes:

NOTED there were no declarations of interest.

25.

MINUTES OF THE PLANNING COMMITTEE HELD ON TUESDAY 23 APRIL 2019 pdf icon PDF 109 KB

To receive the minutes of the Planning Committee meeting held on Tuesday 23 April 2019.

 

Minutes:

AGREED that the minutes of the Planning Committee meeting held on Tuesday 23 April 2019 were agreed as a correct record.

 

NOTED that Councillor Bond would receive an email response from Andy Higham regarding 18/02170/FUL – Russett House School, 11 Autumn Close, EN1 4JA.

26.

REPORT OF THE HEAD OF PLANNING (REPORT NO.4) pdf icon PDF 68 KB

To receive the covering report of the Head of Planning.

 

Minutes:

RECEIVED the report of the Head of Planning.

27.

18/03030/FUL - 321 CHASE ROAD (SOUTH POINT HOUSE) AND 2-14 CHASE SIDE, LONDON, N14 6JT pdf icon PDF 4 MB

RECOMMENDATION: That planning permission be granted, upon completion of the legal agreement.

WARD: Southgate

Minutes:

NOTED

 

1.    The introduction by Andy Higham, Head of Development Management, highlighting the key issues, clarifying the revised proposals, and confirming the careful consideration given to all issues of concern raised.

2.    Members’ attention was drawn to the update circulated ahead of the meeting which addressed typographical errors, but looking at the merits of the planning application it was considered that the recommendation to approve was correct taking into account adopted policy and the circumstances of the site.

3.    The deputation of Dan Maier (Extraordinary Design).

4.    The response of Laura Dimond (Agent).

5.    Officers’ responses to points raised.

6.    Members’ debate and questions responded to by officers.

7.    The support of the majority of the Committee for the officers’ recommendation: 5 votes for, 4 votes against and 1 abstention.

 

AGREED that planning permission be granted, upon completion of the legal agreement.

28.

18/01539/FUL - 70A AND 72 THE RIDGEWAY, ENFIELD, EN2 8JB pdf icon PDF 15 MB

RECOMMENDATION: That planning permission be granted, upon completion of the legal agreement.

WARD: Highlands

Minutes:

NOTED

 

1.    The introduction by James Clark, Planning case officer, clarifying the key issues, and an update since deferral of the application at the previous meeting, including that an officer visit had been made to 50 Woodridge Close at the invitation of Mr Woods, and that the reassessed affordable housing contribution remained acceptable.

2.    Clarification of the description as 5 x 2-bed and 4 x 3-bed.

3.    The statement of Doug Birt, the Council’s viability consultant, in respect of the independent assessment of the viability report, and responses to Members’ questions on the matters of affordable housing.

4.    The deputation of Stephen Woods and Richard Houghton, neighbouring residents.

5.    The response of Richard Henley, HGH Consulting, Agent.

6.    Officers’ responses to points raised.

7.    Members’ debate, and questions responded to by officers.

8.    The unanimous support of the Committee for the officers’ recommendation.

 

AGREED that planning permission be granted, upon completion of the legal agreement.

29.

DATE OF NEXT MEETING

Minutes:

NOTED that Andy Higham would schedule a separate Planning Committee meeting in respect of Section 106 Monitoring Report.