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Agenda and decisions

Venue: Committee Room 2 - Town House

Contact: Lynsey McBain, Committee Officer, on 01224 522123 or email  lymcbain@aberdeencity.gov.uk 

Items
No. Item

4.1

Minute of Meeting of the Planning Development Management Committee of 21 March 2019 - for approval pdf icon PDF 58 KB

Decision:

Minute approved as a correct record.

5.1

Committee Planner pdf icon PDF 44 KB

Decision:

Planner noted.

6.1

Replacement of Front Door of Property (Retrospectively) - 66 Tillydrone Avenue pdf icon PDF 249 KB

Planning Reference – 190233

 

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Planning Officer:  Linda Speers

 

Decision:

Application approved unconditionally.

6.2

Approval of Matters Specified in Condition 23 (junction layout) - Land at Rowett South junction between Forrit Brae and A96 pdf icon PDF 195 KB

Planning Reference – 190281

 

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Planning Officer:  Matthew Easton

 

Decision:

Application approved unconditionally.

6.3

Alterations to Facade - Aberdeen Railway Station pdf icon PDF 989 KB

Planning Reference – 190374

 

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Planning Officer:  Robert Forbes

 

Decision:

Grant prior approval.

7.1

Erection of three class 3 (food and drink) units including two drive-thru facilities - Land Adjacent to Veterinary Hospital Kingswells pdf icon PDF 289 KB

Planning Reference – 181336

 

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Planning Officer:  Matthew Easton

 

Decision:

Willingness to approve the application conditionally subject to a legal agreement.  It was considered that the proposed development complies with Policy B2 (Specialist Employment Ares) as it would service the nearby Prime Four Business Park employees.  The proposed development also complies with Policies D1 (Quality Placemaking by Design), R6 (Waste Management Requirements for New Developments) and NE6 (Flooding, Drainage and Water Quality).  The proposed development would also have a positive economic impact on the city and surrounding areas and would add to the limited local amenities for residents, outweighing adopted policy on the location of such uses.    

 

Conditions

 

 

1.    ARCHAEOLOGICAL WRITTEN SCHEME OF INVESTIGATION

 

No works in connection with the development hereby approved shall commence unless an archaeological written scheme of investigation (WSI) has been submitted to and approved in writing by the planning authority and a programme of archaeological works has been carried out in accordance with the approved WSI. The WSI shall include details of how the recording and recovery of archaeological resources found within the application site shall be undertaken, and how any updates, if required, to the written scheme of investigation will be provided throughout the implementation of the programme of archaeological works. Should the archaeological works reveal the need for post excavation analysis the development hereby approved shall not be brought into use unless a post-excavation research design (PERD) for the analysis, publication and dissemination of results and archive deposition has been submitted to and approved in writing by the planning authority. The PERD shall be carried out in complete accordance with the approved details.

 

Reason – To safeguard and record the archaeological potential of the area.

 

 

2.    TREE PROTECTION

 

No development shall take place unless a further revised scheme showing those trees to be removed and those to be retained and 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. Thereafter no development shall take place unless the approved scheme has been implemented.

 

Reason – to ensure adequate protection for the trees on site during the construction of the development.

 

 

3.    BIRD HAZARD MANAGEMENT PLAN

 

Development shall not commence until a Bird Hazard Management Plan has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority in consultation with Aberdeen Airport. The submitted plan shall include details of –

·         Management of any flat/shallow pitched roofs (pitch less than 15°) on buildings within the site which may be attractive to nesting, roosting and “loafing” birds. The management plan shall comply with Advice Note 8 ‘Potential Bird Hazards from Building Design’

·         Arrangements for the collection (including litter bins) and storage of putrescible waste

·         Signs deterring people from feeding the birds

 

The Bird Hazard Management Plan shall be implemented as approved, on completion of the development and shall remain in force for the life of the building. No subsequent alterations to the plan are to take place unless first submitted to and approved in writing by  ...  view the full decision text for item 7.1

8.1

Enforcement Report - 18 Home Farm Gardens - PLA/19/241 pdf icon PDF 107 KB

Planning Reference – 181431

 

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Planning Officer:  Gavin Clark

 

Decision:

The Committee resolved:-

(i)            to authorise the serving of an Enforcement Notice upon the owner of the property, to rectify the breach of planning control; and

(ii)          to agree that the breach should be remedied by the removal of the unauthorised timber decking with associated steps and handrails along the rear boundary. 

8.2

Enforcement Report - Inchgarth House - PLA/19/242 pdf icon PDF 101 KB

Planning Reference – 170929

 

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Planning Officer:  Gavin Clark 

 

Decision:

The Committee resolved:-

(i)            to authoprise the serving of an Enforcement Notice upon the owner/occupier of the property, to rectify the breach of planning control; and

(ii)          to agree that the breach should be remedied by the removal of the unauthorised chimney on the north-west elevation of the application property, or other scheme agreed in writing by the Planning Authority.   

8.3

Tree Preservation Order 256 - PLA/19/233 pdf icon PDF 101 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

The Committee resolved:-

to confirm the making of Tree Preservation Order 256/2018 Malcolm Road and instruct the Chief Officer – Governance to attend to the requisite procedures to serve the Order as confirmed upon the interested parties and seek to register the Order with the Registers of Scotland. 

9.1

Date of Next Meeting - Thursday 23 May 2019 at 10am.

Decision:

The Committee resolved:-

to note that the next meeting of the Committee had been changed and would now be held on Thursday 30 May at 10am with a meeting of the Pre Application Forum at 3pm on the same day.