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The Committee had before it the minute of its previous meeting of 24 September, 2020, for approval.
The Committee resolved:-
to approve the minute as a correct record.
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The Committee resolved:-
to note the information contained in the Committee business planner.
Planning Reference – 200535
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Planning Officer: Gavin Clark
The Committee had before it a report by the Chief Officer – Strategic Place Planning, which recommended:-
That there be a willingness to approve the application for planning permission in principle for the construction of a residential led mixed-use development with associated infrastructure, access, landscaping, drainage, SUDS and open space at land south of North Deeside Road, Aberdeen, subject to conditions and a legal agreement to secure developer obligations towards the provision of affordable housing, the core path network, primary education, secondary education, healthcare facilities and community facilities.
1. STANDARD MATTERS REQUIRING FURTHER APPROVAL CONDITION FOR PLANNING PERMISSION IN PRINCIPLE
That application(s) for approval of matters specified in condition(s?) containing details of the specified matters listed below shall be submitted for consideration by the Planning Authority, in accordance with the timescales and other limitations in section 59 of the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997 (as amended). No development within or outwith any particular block or area shall take place unless a matters specified in conditions application comprising the detailed layout and design of roads, buildings and other structures for that particular block or area has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority. The application shall comprise:
(i) A detailed levels survey of the site and cross sections showing proposed finished ground and floor levels of all buildings relative to existing ground levels and a fixed datum point.
(ii) Details of the layout and finish of roads, visibility splays, footpaths, pedestrian connection across North Deeside Road, and cycle paths including the identification of safe routes to school from the development.
(iii) Details of layout, design and external appearance of buildings and ancillary structures; vehicular and motorcycle parking; short and long term secure cycle parking; electrical vehicle charging facilities in accordance with the associated Supplementary Guidance; storage and collection arrangements for waste and recyclables; boundary enclosures around individual homes and other premises; and details of play zones and play equipment to be provided.
Reason: Permission for the development has been granted in principle only and subsequent approval is required for these matters in accordance with Section 59 of the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997 (as amended).
2. ACCESS TO NORTH DEESIDE ROAD
No development shall take place unless a matters specified in conditions application comprising a detailed scheme showing the precise location, layout, design and construction method of the proposed access junctions to North Deeside Road (A93), including layouts, capacity, distribution, operational flow and detailed cross-sections has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Planning Authority; no individual residential property or commercial unit shall be occupied unless the relevant scheme is fully implemented in accordance with the approved plans, unless the Planning Authority has given written approval for a variation.
Reason: in the interests of road safety.
3. SCALE OF DEVELOPMENT (RESIDENTIAL)
That notwithstanding the description provisions of “up to 99 residential units” of the Planning Permission in Principle hereby approved, no more than 80 residential units shall be built on ... view the full minutes text for item 3.