- Determining planning applications
- Authorising some enforcement action
- Deciding on the formation and review of planning policies
- Authorising Tree Preservation Orders
Meeting: Planning Committee
1. Apologies for absence.
3. Public question time (an opportunity for members of the public to ask questions).
4. Members are reminded that it is their responsibility to declare the nature of any personal, prejudicial and/or disclosable interests relating to any agenda item immediately prior to its consideration and are encouraged to complete a written declaration using the form provided.
5. Emergency evacuation procedure – The chair to inform members of the public of the emergency evacuation procedure.
(a) Appeals (Development Management)
(b) Appeals (Enforcement)
(c) Planning applications determined by the Director of Planning
(d) List of enforcement matters determined by the Director of Planning
7.To consider applications, together with the Director of Planning recommendations thereon:-
1. NYM/2020/0941/FL - Conversion of and extension to buildings to form 1 no. local needs dwelling, demolition of buildings and construction of 1 no. local needs dwelling and associated parking, amenity spaces and landscaping works at land and buildings to rear of Butchers Shop, Ingleby Greenhow
2. NYM/2021/0472/FL - Use of land for the siting of 3 no. shepherd’s huts for holiday letting purposes and associated parking at land off Sutherland Road, Cropton
3. NYM/2021/0482/FL - Use of land for the siting of 1 no. shepherd’s hut for holiday letting purposes with associated hardstanding (retrospective) at Highfield, High Hawsker
4. NYM/2021/0469/FL - Installation of replacement windows and doors at 5 Dreaken Fold, West Ayton
Relevant planning files are available for inspection prior to the Meeting upon request. Photographic evidence will be on display in the Committee Room (where applicable).
Director of Planning
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- Vanessa Burgess should be notified of any apologies.
- This agenda and application documentation are also available on the website www.northyorkmoors.org.uk. Comments on planning applications can be submitted by post to North York Moors National Park Authority, The Old Vicarage, Bondgate, Helmsley, YO62 5BP or by e-mail to email@example.com
- This agenda is available in large print on request.
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