Decision Maker: Head of Planning
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Is Key decision?: No
Is subject to call in?: No
Part 3, Schedule 1 - Functions not to be the
responsibility of an Authority's Executive. The discharge of the
There has been a breach of planning control as
to the change of use of former countryside alongside a public right
of way. Associated 1.9 metre fencing forms part of the development.
Planning Permission is required. The householder has been advised
that they have the ability to make a planning application to retain
the development but have now declined to do so. A harm assessment
exercise has taken place and scores as the development as under 6
and thus eligible for no further formal action to be taken.
Additionally it is considered that planning permission would have
been forthcoming had a retrospective planning application for the
development been made. As a consequence a report has been made to a
senior officer who has agreed that the case should be closed and
that no further formal action should be taken.
Option 1 -
Option 2 -
Option 3 -
Publication date: 10/06/2019
Date of decision: 22/02/2019