Planning 17th May 2022

    CRANBROOK & SISSINGHURST PARISH COUNCIL

MINUTES OF THE PLANNING & PRESERVATION COMMITTEE

HELD ON 17TH MAY 2022

Declaration of Interests, Dispensations and Predetermination:

Members are required to declare any interests, dispensations or predetermination on items on this agenda. Members are reminded that changes to the Register of Interests should be notified to the Clerk.

Present:  Cllr. Bunyan (Chairman), Cllrs. Hatcher and Gilbert

Apologies:  Cllr. Fermor

PLANNING APPLICATIONS:

22/00498/FULL

Old Station Yard Hawkhurst Road Cranbrook Kent, TN17 2SR

Proposed office accommodation and car parking with removal of existing modular buildings. 

The Parish Council recommended REFUSAL for the following reasons:

  • A permanent building on the dismantled railway track which is protected by TP5 in the Local Plan – Safeguarded Railway Land.
  • In AONB
  • Within 220m of hazardous premise

Proposed by Cllr Bunyan, seconded Cllr. Gilbert and agreed.

22/01207/FULL

Silverlea, Dorothy Avenue, Cranbrook, Kent, TN17 3AL

Single-storey flat roof rear extension. Glazed lantern light over the new dining room. Revised external decking layout.

The Parish Council recommended APPROVAL proposed by Cllr. Hatcher, seconded by Cllr. Gilbert and greed.

REVISED DETAILS:

21/04239/FULL 

Former Dulwich Preparatory School Course Horn Lane Cranbrook Kent TN17 3NP

Demolition of existing dwelling and erection of replacement two storey detached dwelling with detached single garage. (Revised details to permission 19/02136/FULL) 

The Parish Council recommended APPROVAL proposed by Cllr. Bunyan, seconded by Cllr. Hatcher and agreed.  It is hoped that the new house is built to the highest possible standard.

22/01279/FULL

Electricity Distribution Site, Glassenbury Road, Cranbrook, Kent.

Amendment to approved application 20/00389/FULL – (Additional electrical storage equipment, fencing alterations, CCTV, Landscaping)

The Parish Council welcomed the improvement.

TWBC PLANNING DECISIONS:

The Clerk read out the decisions received from Tunbridge Wells Borough Council.

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