Issue - meetings
15/510628 - Land At, Church Road, Harrietsham, Kent
383 15/510628 - VARIATION OF CONDITION (06) OF PLANNING PERMISSION 14/0095 - OUTLINE APPLICATION FOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT WITH ACCESS CONSIDERED AT THIS STAGE AND ALL OTHER MATTERS RESERVED FOR FUTURE CONSIDERATION. FULL APPLICATION FOR A CHANGE OF USE AND CONVERSION OF OAST HOUSE TO A SINGLE DWELLING WITH GARAGING. (THE RESERVED MATTERS SUBMITTED PURSUANT TO CONDITION 1 SHALL SHOW NO MORE THAN 96 DWELLINGS AT THE SITE) - LAND AT CHURCH ROAD, HARRIETSHAM, KENT PDF 350 KB
The Committee considered the report of the Head of Planning and Development.
Mr Chiva, an objector, Councillor Dean of Harrietsham Parish Council (against), Mr Woodhead, for the applicant, and Councillor J Sams (Visiting Member) addressed the meeting.
RESOLVED: That subject to the prior completion of a legal agreement in such terms as the Head of Legal Partnership may advise to secure the following:
The provision of 40% affordable residential units within the application site;
A contribution of £590.24 per applicable flat and £2,360.96 per applicable house towards the Phase 2 expansion of Harrietsham Primary School;
A contribution of £48.02 per household to be used towards the additional book stock required to mitigate the impact of the additional borrowers generated from this development;
A contribution of £8.49 per household to be used towards the provision of youth services supplied to Swadelands Youth Centre;
A contribution of £238.26 per dwelling to be used for the repair, renewal, replacement and improvement of outdoor sports facilities and equipped areas at Booth Field and Glebe Field;
A contribution of £360 per person towards the extension, refurbishment and/or upgrade of the Glebe Medical Centre (branch to Len Valley Practice) and Len Valley Practice; and
A contribution of £3,500 per residential unit towards highway improvement works to the A20 at Harrietsham,
the Head of Planning and Development be given delegated powers to grant outline permission subject to the conditions set out in the report.
Voting: 6 – For 4 – Against 1 - Abstention