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Planning Reference: 170243
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With reference to Article 1 of the minute of meeting of the Planning Development Management Committee (visits) of 28 July 2017, wherein it had been agreed to defer the site visit for further information to be received, 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 to include
· Securing affordable housing against the mainstream housing units in accordance with the terms of the S75 attached to the overarching PPiP
· Controlling occupancy of Over 55 units to people 55 years old or older into perpetuity;
· Payment of Core Path contributions (£16,963); and
· Payment of Healthcare contributions (£46,675).
1) Prior to occupation of the first unit, the applicant/developer shall submit a Residential Travel Plan to the Planning Authority for approval in consultation with the Roads Service, and once approved shall be issued to the new owners of each unit prior to their occupation.
Reason: To ensure occupants are made aware of the different ranges of transport available to accessing the development.
2) Prior to commencement of development, the applicant/developer shall provide evidence to the Planning Authority, for their approval, that they have reached an agreement with a public transport operator in which to provide a bus service from the bus stop shown on the approved Site Plan within a time period to be agreed with the Planning Authority after the first unit is occupied.
Reason: To ensure the development can be served by a sustainable means of transport.
3)Prior to commencement of development, the applicant/developer shall provide full details of traffic-calming measures to be implemented within the development to the Planning Authority for approval in consultation with the Roads Service. Once approved, the traffic-calming measures shall be implemented in a timescale to be agreed with the Planning Authority.
Reason: To ensure the development complies with Designing Streets guidance and
minimizes the risk of road safety issues.
4) Prior to commencement of development, the applicant/developer shall submit details of how a temporary turning-circle could be provided allow to refuse vehicles and visitors to turn within the prior to the internal road layout is connected to the zone to the north of the site. Once approved, the turning circle shall be implemented until the internal road network is connected to the adjoining phase of development.
Reason: To ensure visiting vehicles have sufficient space in which to safely manoeuvre within the site in order to minimise road safety risk.
5) Prior to commencement of development, the applicant/developer shall provide full details/ samples of all external finishes to the hereby approved building including downpipes, roofing materials, doors, windows and balustrade for approval by the Planning Authority.
Reason: To ensure that the development would remain in-keeping with the character and appearance of the surrounding area/
6) Prior to ... view the full minutes text for item 1.
With reference to article 5 of the minute of meeting of the Planning Development Management Committee of 21 September 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 there be a willingness to approve the application for the erection of a care home and four dwellings, subject to the conclusion of a legal agreement securing the following developer obligations:-
that no development shall take place unless a scheme detailing all external finishing materials to the roof and walls of the development hereby approved has been submitted to, and approved in writing by, the planning authority and thereafter the development shall be carried out in accordance with the details so agreed - in the interests of visual amenity.
2. Boundary Enclosures
that no development shall take place unless a scheme detailing the proposed site and plot boundary enclosures for the development site has been submitted to the planning authority and subsequently approved in writing. Thereafter no building shall be occupied unless boundary enclosures have been provided in accordance with the agreed scheme, or such other drawing as may subsequently be submitted and approved in writing by the planning authority – in order to ensure appropriate distinction between public and private spaces, and to ensure that the enclosures are compatible with the character and appearance of the area.
3. Refuse Scheme
that no development shall take place unless a further detailed scheme of refuse and recycling storage has been submitted to and approved in writing by the planning authority. Thereafter no unit within a given phase shall be occupied unless the refuse and recycling storage for that phase has been provided in accordance with the said scheme – in order to preserve the amenity of the neighbourhood and in the interests of public health.
4. Footpath links
That the residential care home hereby approved shall not be brought into use unless the following pedestrian routes have been laid out in full and made available for use:
A footpath within the site, providing a connection to the Care Home’s main entrance from the newly constructed pedestrian footway on Hazledene Road. The details of this route must be submitted to and agreed in writing by the planning authority prior to works commencing; and
The path to the south of the care home, shown on drawing A_APL_112-Rev L, which shall be constructed to 3m width, surfaced and lit.
Reason: To ensure that adequate provision is made for safe pedestrian routes, and to promote sustainable travel, as required by policy T3 (Sustainable and Active Travel) of the Aberdeen Local Development Plan.
5. Visibility Splay
That the residential care home hereby approved shall not be brought into use unless the visibility splay demonstrated on drawing ABR_HAZ_001-Rev A has been provided. ... view the full minutes text for item 2.