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Planning Reference – 170243
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Planning Officer – Jamie Leadbeater
With reference to Article 6 of the minute of meeting of the Planning Development Management Committee of 20 July 2017, wherein it had been agreed to visit the site, the Committee had before it a report by the Interim Head of Planning and Sustainable Development which recommended:-
That the application for the erection of 116 dwellings comprising 2 apartment blocks, 35 houses and retirement apartment block, with amenity space and associated infrastructure, be approved conditionally, subject to the completion of a Section 75 agreement.
The Convener advised that the further information that was requested from members at the Planning Development Management Committee on 20 July was not yet available and as such, requested that the application and site visit be deferred until such information was available.
The Committee resolved:-
to agree that the application be deferred for consideration until the information requested was made available.
The Hamilton School, 55-57 Queens Road - Formation of New Hotel, Bar and Restaurant Including Change of Use of Former School, Demolition of Existing School Extension and Dwellinghouse (55 Queen's Lane South) and Associated Infrastructure and Landscaping Works PDF 228 KB
Planning Reference – 161022
The application predates the electronic storage of planning documents, therefore the Letters of Representation pertaining to it are attached hereto.
With reference to article 7 of the minute of meeting of the Planning Development Management Committee of 20 July 2017, wherein it had been agreed to visit the site, the Committee had before it a report by the Interim Head of Planning and Sustainable Development which recommended:-
That the application for the formation of a new hotel, bar and restaurant including change of use of former school, demolition of existing school extension and dwelling house and associated infrastructure and landscaping works, be approved subject to the following conditions:-
No stone cleaning works shall be carried out unless a report by an appropriately qualified consultant has first been submitted to and agreed in writing by the planning authority. This report shall be undertaken in accordance with Aberdeen City Council’s relevant Stone Cleaning Supplementary Guidance and the methodology set out in Historic Environment Scotland’s Technical Advice Note 9: Stonecleaning of Granite Buildings.
Thereafter, stone cleaning works shall be undertaken only in full accordance with the recommendations contained within the agreed report - in the interest of preserving the historic fabric of a listed building.
No development pursuant to the consent hereby granted shall be undertaken unless a scheme detailing the following has been submitted to and approved in writing by the planning authority:
Thereafter, the development shall not be occupied unless these measures have been provided in full – in order to ensure that the site has sufficient space for the storage and disposal of waste and recycling materials.
That the development hereby granted planning permission shall be occupied unless a scheme detailing the location and design of cycle and motorcycle parking facilities has been submitted to, and approved in writing by the planning authority, and thereafter implemented in full accordance with said scheme - in the interests of encouraging more sustainable modes of travel.
That within 6 months of first occupation, and no earlier than 3 months from that date, a full travel plan, which expands on the methodology set out in the Travel Plan Framework submitted as part of the application, must be submitted to and agreed in writing by the planning authority - in order to encourage sustainable travel.
that no development shall take place unless a scheme for the protection of all trees to be retained on the site during construction works has been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the Planning Authority and any such scheme as may have been approved has been implemented - in order to ensure adequate protection for the trees on site during the construction of the development.
that no part of the development hereby approved shall be occupied unless a plan and report illustrating appropriate management proposals for the care and maintenance of all ... view the full minutes text for item 2.