Decisions

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Decisions published

11/07/2024 - Unilateral Undertaking - 23/01726/FUL - 141 Thorpe Road, Kirby Cross ref: 12601    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.
Powers relating to entering into an agreement regulating development or use of land under Ss.106 Agreement of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.
Legal Agreement in relation to Planning Permission for 23/01726/FUL. Ss.106 Agreement in relation to this application can be found in the documents section of Public Access under reference 23/01726/FUL.

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 19/07/2024

Effective from: 11/07/2024

Decision:

Completion of Legal Agreement in relation to Planning Permission for 23/01726/FUL.

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


11/07/2024 - 24/00825/NMA - The Clearing Anchor Lane Mistley Essex CO11 1NG ref: 12582    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.
To approve planning permission 24/00825/NMA

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 11/07/2024

Effective from: 11/07/2024

Decision:

To approve planning permission 24/00825/NMA

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


11/07/2024 - 24/00763/NMA - Stanton Europark Freshfields Road Harwich Essex CO12 4EN ref: 12581    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.
To approve planning permission 24/00763/NMA

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 11/07/2024

Effective from: 11/07/2024

Decision:

To approve planning permission 24/00763/NMA

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


11/07/2024 - 24/00737/FULHH - Colts House Folkards Lane Brightlingsea Colchester Essex CO7 0SP ref: 12580    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.
To approve planning permission 24/00737/FULHH

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 11/07/2024

Effective from: 11/07/2024

Decision:

To approve planning permission 24/00737/FULHH

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


11/07/2024 - 24/00585/FUL Pandora Bromley Road Elmstead Colchester Essex CO7 7BX ref: 12579    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.
To approve planning permission 24/00585/FUL

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 11/07/2024

Effective from: 11/07/2024

Decision:

To approve planning permission 24/00585/FUL

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


11/07/2024 - 24/00576/LUPROP - 234 St Johns Road Clacton On Sea Essex CO16 8DE ref: 12578    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.
To refuse lawful development certificate 24/00576/LUPROP

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 11/07/2024

Effective from: 11/07/2024

Decision:

To refuse lawful development certificate 24/00576/LUPROP

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


11/07/2024 - 23/01726/FUL - 141 Thorpe Road Kirby Cross Frinton On Sea Essex CO13 0NQ ref: 12577    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.
To approve planning permission 23/01726/FUL

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 11/07/2024

Effective from: 11/07/2024

Decision:

To approve planning permission 23/01726/FUL

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


11/07/2024 - Walton-on-the-Naze – Waterslide/ Remedial Repairs ref: 12576    Recommendations Approved

Walton-on-the-Naze Lifestyles is a vibrant TDC Sports Facility which was built in 1991. The Sports Centre’s pool is popular with residents and visitors to the area. The pool has a teaching pool leading from the Main Pool with a waterslide sitting adjacent to the teaching pool. Walton-on-the-Naze Lifestyles is the only Centre in Tendring District Council’s portfolio of sites which has both a separate teaching pool and a waterslide. The slide is regularly maintained and inspected by external specialist contractors. Due to the ageing condition of the waterslide we are now due some substantial works to ensure the integrity of the waterslide is maintained.
Walton on the Naze Lifestyles
As such, this concurrence is to seek funds to complete remedial repairs where osmosis has caused the gel coat to crack leaving rough edges on 11 sections (inclusive of the stop board) within the waterslide. Additional repairs required within the teaching pool where brickwork is showing signs of chlorinated water damage to the structural column and pool lip. Both of these remedial repairs are required to ensure the integrity and longevity are not compromised so that facilities remain safe and operational.

Decision Maker: Corporate Director (Economy & Place)

Decision published: 11/07/2024

Effective from: 11/07/2024

Decision:

A)The Portfolio Holder for Corporate Finance and Governance and The Portfolio Holder for Assets, agrees with the procurement exemption as described in the letter.
B)The Portfolio Holder for Leisure and Public Realm agrees to the entering into a contract via purchase order with Hickman Leisure Services Ltd (Waterslide Specialists) to completed remedial repairs to Waterslide and remedial repairs to column/ pool lip within Teaching Pool area.
C)The Portfolio Holder for Corporate Finance, and Governance, The Portfolio Holder for Leisure and Public Realm approves the associated use of up to £14,975 from the balance of £50,000 Leisure Capital Projects Reserve Budget assigned.

Lead officer: Kieran Charles


10/07/2024 - 23/00588/LIPEL - Licence to Keep or Train Animals for Exhibition - S Marsden, Wyvernwood, The Old Granary, Ford Lane, Alresford, Colchester, Essex CO7 8AT ref: 12575    Recommendations Approved

New licence application to keep or train animals for exhibition received from S Marsden, Wyvernwood, The Old Granary, Ford Lane, Alresford, Colchester, Essex CO7 8AT

Decision Maker: Assistant Director (Housing & Environment)

Decision published: 11/07/2024

Effective from: 10/07/2024

Decision:

Granted

Lead officer: Ashley Wood


09/07/2024 - 24/00040/LIABE - Licence application to board dogs in kennels - J McNair, Bridgefoot Boarding Kennels, Rectory Lane, Ramsey, Essex CO12 5HA ref: 12573    Recommendations Approved

New licence application to board dogs in kennels received from J McNair, Bridgefoot Boarding Kennels, Rectory Lane, Ramsey, Essex CO12 5HA

Decision Maker: Assistant Director (Housing & Environment)

Decision published: 10/07/2024

Effective from: 09/07/2024

Decision:

Granted

Lead officer: Ashley Wood


09/07/2024 - Licence Agreement- Orwell Place Car Park, Dovercourt ref: 12574    Recommendations Approved

MER are the owners and suppliers of the electric charge points at Orwell Place, Dovercourt. The decision is made to enter into a 15 year agreement for them to provide the handling service for transactions and ongoing care and maintenance of the equipment. Paying Tendring District a percentage of profit once all expenses have been deducted..

Decision Maker: Assistant Director (Building & Public Realm)

Decision published: 10/07/2024

Effective from: 09/07/2024

Decision:

To enter into a 15 year licence agreement for MER to provide a fully funded electric vehicle charge points at Orwell Place Car Park, Dovercourt.

Lead officer: Andrew Nepean


09/07/2024 - Lease of Roller Skating Rink, Lower Marine Parade, Dovercourt, Essex ref: 12572    Recommendations Approved

To enter into and complete a new Lease for The Roller Skating Rink at Lower Marine Parade, Dovercourt

Decision Maker: Corporate Director (Operations and Delivery)

Decision published: 09/07/2024

Effective from: 09/07/2024

Decision:

To enter into the new Lease for a period of 20 years

Lead officer: Damian Williams


05/07/2024 - Licensing Delegations 01/07/2024 to 05/07/2024 ref: 12570    Recommendations Approved

The purpose of this record is to outline all the determinations by Officers under powers delegated by the Council of matters under the relevant licensing statutes for the period 01/07/2024 of 05/07/2024

Decision Maker: Assistant Director (Governance) & Monitoring Officer

Decision published: 08/07/2024

Effective from: 05/07/2024

Decision:

The approval, refusal, suspension or revocation of the matter concerned is set out in the attached report.

Lead officer: Emma King


08/07/2024 - Street Name and Numbering Decision - Development site at Foots Farm, land south of Centenary Way, Clacton-on-Sea ref: 12571    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Leisure and Public Realm Portfolio Holder

Decision published: 08/07/2024

Effective from: 16/07/2024

Decision:

That the new roads under construction at the development site –Foots Farm, Land South of Centenary Way, Clacton on Sea are named:
1- Blacksmith Way
2- Bridle Path
3- Martingale Drive
4- The Farriers
5- Carriage Drive
6- Canter Way
7- Stable Green
8- Stirrup Close
9-Saddle Way
10- Paddock Lane

Lead officer: Sarah Gavin


05/07/2024 - 24/00618/VOC - Land adjacent to St Cleres Hall Lane St Osyth Essex CO16 8RX ref: 12569    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.
To approve planning permission 24/00618/VOC

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 06/07/2024

Effective from: 05/07/2024

Decision:

To approve planning permission 24/00618/VOC

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


05/07/2024 - 24/00549/FULHH - 6 Harold Road Frinton On Sea Essex CO13 9BE ref: 12568    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.
To approve planning permission 24/00549/FULHH

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 06/07/2024

Effective from: 05/07/2024

Decision:

To approve planning permission 24/00549/FULHH

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


05/07/2024 - 24/00429/FULHH - 30 Clarendon Park Clacton On Sea Essex CO15 6NT ref: 12567    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.
To approve planning permission 24/00429/FULHH

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 06/07/2024

Effective from: 05/07/2024

Decision:

To approve planning permission 24/00429/FULHH

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


04/07/2024 - 24/00239/FULHH 60 Oakmead Road St Osyth Clacton On Sea Essex CO16 8NW ref: 12566    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 04/07/2024

Effective from: 04/07/2024

Decision:

To approve planning permission 24/00239/FULHH

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


04/07/2024 - 24/00677/FULHH - 5 Kirkbaye Kirby Cross Frinton On Sea Essex CO13 0RG ref: 12565    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.
To approve planning permission 24/00677/FULHH

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 04/07/2024

Effective from: 04/07/2024

Decision:

To approve planning permission 24/00677/FULHH

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


04/07/2024 - 24/00686/FULHH - 1 Poplar Cottages Wix Road Ramsey Harwich Essex CO12 5LU ref: 12564    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.
To refuse planning permission 24/00686/FULHH

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 04/07/2024

Effective from: 04/07/2024

Decision:

To refuse planning permission 24/00686/FULHH

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


04/07/2024 - 24/00690/LUPROP - 21 Granville Road Clacton On Sea Essex CO15 6BX ref: 12563    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.
To refuse Lawful Development Certificate 24/00690/LUPROP

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 04/07/2024

Effective from: 04/07/2024

Decision:

To refuse Lawful Development Certificate 24/00690/LUPROP

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


03/07/2024 - Purchase of Electric - October 2024 Renewal ref: 12561    Recommendations Approved

To enable the on-going purchase / supply of electricity via a framework agreement from 1 October 2024.

Decision Maker: Chief Executive

Decision published: 04/07/2024

Effective from: 03/07/2024

Decision:

To purchase Electricity from EDF Energy for the period
1 October 2024 to 31 September 2025 (October ‘basket’) based on the ‘UK Renewable for Business Tariff’. (via the signing of a EDF Energy Model Contract)
The purchase of electricity is via a wider Crown Commercial Services (CCS) Procurement Framework Agreement for the Council’s Gas and Electricity requirements that was subject to a separate decision earlier in the year.

Lead officer: Richard Barrett


03/07/2024 - Selling of Beach Patrol Ex-Equipment (Mule) ref: 12562    Recommendations Approved

Currently, the previous Mule has been stored at Northbourne Depot following a replacement being bought due to the condition and cost of repair of the previous Mule.
Tuckwells have made an offer for this when assessing equipment at Northbourne Depot. As there is no other use for this and repairs would not prolong the life of the equipment to gain good value from it, this would be the best option to recoup costs from this vehicle.
As such and under the disposal of equipment procedure a concurrence is requested.

Decision Maker: Corporate Director (Economy & Place)

Decision published: 04/07/2024

Effective from: 03/07/2024

Decision:

To approve the external (Tuckwell’s) purchase of equipment from the Sport and Leisure Service and for the income generated to be allocated to the Beach Patrol Account.

The Portfolio Holder for Leisure & Public Realm and the Portfolio Holder for Environment have both concurred with this decision being made.

Lead officer: Kieran Charles


03/07/2024 - Dovercourt Leading Lighthouse and Causeway - Acceptance of Grant and Exemption to Procurement ref: 12560    Recommendations Approved

The Dovercourt Leading Lights and Causeway are Tendring District Council owned assets listed on the Historic England Heritage at Risk Register as Scheduled Ancient Monuments (entry number 1017200), first listed in October 1975 with a further update in November 2022 listing their conditions as ‘declining and generally unsatisfactory with major localised problems’.
To enable a project of this complexity and scale to be managed effectively from a time, cost, resourcing and care of restoration perspective, it has been split into two key phases: ‘Phase 1 – Condition and Structural Survey’ to provide a full and thorough analysis including all costs, and ‘Phase 2 – Full Restoration Works’.
Phase 1 - Condition and Structural Survey
Initial phase 1 survey has been completed, with a final report now received. Upon full assessment, it became apparent that due to shifting and rising shorelines over time, the legs of the structures could be up to 3 metres buried in the sand. Therefore, surveyors were unable to assess this aspect of the structures. Additional exploratory works and assessments are required to further de-risk this project and ascertain the condition of the legs that are unsighted, creating a ‘Phase 1b - Condition and Structural Survey of the unsighted legs’.
Potential Funding Options – Phase 1b
In April 2024, Historic England wrote to inform us that our funding application for ‘Phase 1b - Structural and Condition survey’ had been successfully awarded £47,440 from their Heritage at Risk Repairs Grant Fund, with the additional £5,272 identified from underspend from Dovercourt Leading Lighthouse and Causeway ‘Phase 1a_Structural and Condition Survey’. Officers request approval to accept the grant awarded by Historic England. Furthermore Officers request an exemption to procurement for the award of contract.
The Dovercourt Leading Lighthouse Restoration is listed within the Heritage Strategy and fundraising for the restoration is listed as a key aim in Tendring District Council’s Corporate Plan aligning to the theme of promoting our heritage offer.

Decision Maker: Assistant Director (Economic Growth & Leisure)

Decision published: 03/07/2024

Effective from: 03/07/2024

Decision:

To accept funding awarded by Historic England to the amount of £47,440 to continue the structural and condition work on the Dovercourt Leading Lighthouse and Causeway (identified as ‘Phase 1b_Structural and Condition Survey of Unsighted Legs’), and to proceed with the exemption to procurement.

Lead officer: Jessica Bryan


01/07/2024 - Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Grant Agreement with Essex County Council ref: 12559    Recommendations Approved

In order to mitigate the impact of new developments, developers are usually asked to pay a contribution towards the cost of funding new infrastructure or improving existing infrastructure. Currently, the Council secures this funding through 'Section 106' agreements, which are negotiated with developers during the Planning Application process. Funding is secured for TDC’s areas of responsibility (such as Open Space, and the delivery of affordable housing) and on behalf of third parties (such as education and highways contributions for ECC, and health contributions for the NHS). S106 agreements vary from development to development, and contributions towards most forms of infrastructure are only required on major developments (i.e. 10 or more dwellings).
The Planning Act 2008 introduced a new mechanism for securing funding for infrastructure - the Community Infrastructure Levy, or CIL. CIL contributions are collected on a much wider range of developments (including smaller scale residential schemes) according to an adopted tariff schedule – which not only secures funding from more developers, but also provides certainty (to developers and the Council) about how much will be collected as the schedule is based on £ per sqm of floorspace. Certain contributions (such as the provision of affordable housing) would still be arranged via the usual S106 agreements where appropriate.
Essex County Council have now made funding available to support the Council in preparing and adopting CIL as a preferred method of securing developer contributions. ECC are prepared to pay a Grant to TDC to assist in completing a viability study (up to £20,000), and to provide staffing resources to support the introduction of CIL (up to £45,000). In return, ECC expects the first £65,000 of contributions collected to be spent on ECC priorities within Tendring.
The final decision to implement CIL lies with the elected Councillors of TDC, and the completion of the project does not guarantee the CIL charging schedule will be adopted by the TDC.

Decision Maker: Chief Executive

Decision published: 03/07/2024

Effective from: 01/07/2024

Decision:

To enter into a Memorandum of Understand and Grant Agreement with Essex County Council, in order to begin the process of preparing a CIL charging schedule.
Authority for Delegated Decision:
Part 3, Schedule 3 – Responsibility for Executive Functions delegated to Officers paragraph 4.3 (1) – the Corporate Director has delegated authority to discharge executive functions within their respective service areas (Part 3.38). All delegations are subject to consultation where considered appropriate in the circumstances (paragraph 4.3 (4(ii) – Part 3.39).

Lead officer: Gary Guiver


02/07/2024 - Terms for a new lease of Dovercourt Cricket Club building ref: 12558    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Assets Portfolio Holder

Decision published: 03/07/2024

Effective from: 11/07/2024

Decision:

(a)    To approve, in principle, the granting of a new lease in respect of Harwich and Dovercourt Cricket Club, West End Lane, Dovercourt, CO12 3TT;

 

(b)    To agree the completion of a new lease over the Harwich and Dovercourt Cricket Club on the terms set out in the supporting Officer Report (Part B); and should it be necessary;

 

(c)    To authorise the Corporate Director (Operations and Delivery) to agree any other terms he considers appropriate.

 

Wards affected: Dovercourt All Saints;

Lead officer: Jennie Wilkinson


02/07/2024 - Terms for a new lease over Kiosk 5, Clacton Seafront ref: 12557    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Assets Portfolio Holder

Decision published: 03/07/2024

Effective from: 11/07/2024

Decision:

(a)    To agree, in principle, the granting of a Lease over Kiosk 5, Lower Marine Parade East, Clacton-on-Sea;

 

(b)    To agree the terms of the granting of a Lease over Kiosk 5, Lower Marine Parade East, Clacton-on-Sea and

 

(c)    To authorise the completion of a new lease on the terms set out in the supporting Officer report (Part B) and should it be required, to authorise the Corporate Director (Operations and Delivery) to agree any other terms, as he considers appropriate.

Wards affected: Pier;

Lead officer: Jennie Wilkinson


02/07/2024 - To complete a 1 year contract with AA Turner Tankers to carry out standard inspections and maintenance of TDCs sewerage treatment works and pumping stations ref: 12554    Recommendations Approved

TDC has responsibility for a number of sewerage treatment works and pumping stations across the District. As part of this responsibility each asset has to be inspected and maintenance carried out to keep them in working order.
Following a request for quotations process to identify a contractor to carry out this work, submissions from 3 companies were received and evaluated.
AA Turner Tankers submission scored the most points on evaluation and this decision, with the concurrence of the Portfolio Holder for the Environment, is to place the 1 year contract with them.

Decision Maker: Assistant Director (Building & Public Realm)

Decision published: 02/07/2024

Effective from: 02/07/2024

Decision:

To place and complete a 1 year contract with AA Turner Tankers to carry out required servicing and maintenance to the Council's sewerage treatment works and pumping stations.

Lead officer: Jennie Wilkinson


01/07/2024 - Local Nature Recovery Strategy - agreeing to public consultation ref: 12553    Recommendations Approved

Essex County Council is looking to carry out consultation on its Local Nature Recovery Strategy between the dates on 29th July 2024 and 23rd September 2024.
Regulation 7 of The Environment (Local Nature Recovery Strategies) (Procedure) Regulations 2023 requires Responsible Authorities (in this case ECC) to provide all Supporting Authorities for the Local
Nature Recovery Strategy with the draft strategy it considers ready to consult on under regulation 12 (“the consultation draft”) and request their comments.
ECC would like to consult for 28 days (17th June to 15th July), prior to public consultation, and has sought the approval of local authorities, including Tendring District Council to launch public consultation of the draft LNRS. In ECC's letter dated 14th June 2024, it asks Council's to respond by 15th July 2024.

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 02/07/2024

Effective from: 01/07/2024

Decision:

Option 1 - Respond to the ECC letter to agree to the public consultation on the Local Nature Recovery Strategy.
TDC Officers have had an input into the formulation of the draft Local Nature Recovery Strategy and to enable ECC, as the responsible authority, to progress the LNRS and accord with the Environment Act.
https://flood.essex.gov.uk/climate-adaptation-and-mitigation/local-nature-recovery/
TDC will have the opportunity to comment, formally, on the content of the LNRS as part of the consultation.
The Porfolio Holder with responsibility for Housing and Planning has been briefed and consulted on this decision.

Lead officer: Gary Guiver


01/07/2024 - Adoption of updated 'Statement of Community Involvement' (SCI) ref: 12552    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Housing & Planning Portfolio Holder

Decision published: 02/07/2024

Effective from: 01/07/2024

Decision:

To publish the Council's updated Statement of Community Involvement which includes those recommended amendments suggested by Members at the Planning Policy and Local Plan Committee meeting of 28 May 2024.

Lead officer: Gary Guiver


02/07/2024 - Release of Section 106 funds - Bathhouse Meadow, Walton - Project 260 ref: 12556    Recommendations Approved

Tendring District Council have requested to allocate S106 to improve the pathways at Bathhouse Meadow play area. Installation of this pathway will enable the play area to be used by everyone all year round.

Decision Maker: Assistant Director (Building & Public Realm)

Decision published: 02/07/2024

Effective from: 02/07/2024

Decision:

To release £6500 of S106 developer contributions held for improvements at Bathhouse Meadow, Walton for the installation entrance pathways at the play area.

Lead officer: Andrew Nepean


02/07/2024 - Release of Section 106 monies to Frinton & Walton TC- Project 257 - Play area at Great Holland ref: 12555    Recommendations Approved

Frinton and Walton Town Council have requested to release S106 money for the installation of a new slide at the only play area in Great Holland.

Decision Maker: Assistant Director (Building & Public Realm)

Decision published: 02/07/2024

Effective from: 02/07/2024

Decision:

Allocate £900 of S106 developer contributions for the installation of a new slide at Pork Lane play area.

Lead officer: Andrew Nepean


28/06/2024 - Licensing Delegations - 24/06/2024 to 28/06/2024 ref: 12551    Recommendations Approved

The purpose of this record is to outline all the determinations by Officers under powers delegated by the Council of matters under the relevant licensing statutes for the period 24/06/2024 to 28/06/2024

Decision Maker: Assistant Director (Governance) & Monitoring Officer

Decision published: 01/07/2024

Effective from: 28/06/2024

Decision:

The approval, refusal, suspension or revocation of the matter concerned is set out in the attached report.

Lead officer: Emma King


27/06/2024 - 24/00657/FULHH - 5 Newton Road, Dovercourt, Harwich CO12 4JD ref: 12549    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.


Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 27/06/2024

Effective from: 27/06/2024

Decision:

To approve planning permission for application 24/00657/FULHH.

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


27/06/2024 - 24/00676/VOC - Marsh Barn, The Causeway, Lawford, Manningtree CO11 1QJ ref: 12550    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.


Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 27/06/2024

Effective from: 27/06/2024

Decision:

To approve planning permission for application 24/00676/VOC.

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


27/06/2024 - 24/00663/FUL - 30 Beach Road Clacton On Sea Essex CO15 1UE ref: 12548    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 27/06/2024

Effective from: 27/06/2024

Decision:

To grant planning permission for 24/00663/FUL.

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


27/06/2024 - 24/00628/FULHH - Holly Trees Poultry Farm Wick Lane Ardleigh Colchester Essex CO7 7RG ref: 12547    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 27/06/2024

Effective from: 27/06/2024

Decision:

To grant planning permission for 24/00628/FULHH.

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


27/06/2024 - 24/00338/LBC - Whitehouse Farm Wix Road Ramsey Harwich Essex CO12 5HP ref: 12546    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 27/06/2024

Effective from: 27/06/2024

Decision:

To grant listed building consent for 24/00338/LBC.

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


27/06/2024 - 24/00302/FUL - 26 Victoria Street Dovercourt Essex CO12 3AR ref: 12545    Recommendations Approved

Under the powers delegated to the Director of Planning, the discharge of the Town and Country Planning Conservation functions as specified in Schedule 1 to the Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities (England) Regulations 2000 (as amended) and as detailed in Appendix 1 to Part 3 of the Constitution.

Decision Maker: Director (Planning)

Decision published: 27/06/2024

Effective from: 27/06/2024

Decision:

To refuse planning permission for 24/00302/FUL.

Lead officer: John Pateman-Gee


26/06/2024 - Street Naming and Numbering Decision - Land to the south of Michael Wright Way, Great Bentley ref: 12544    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Leisure and Public Realm Portfolio Holder

Decision published: 27/06/2024

Effective from: 05/07/2024

Decision:

That the new road under construction at the development site –Land to The South of Michael Wright Way, Great Bentley, Essex (phase 5) is named “Oliver Road”

Wards affected: The Bentleys & Frating;

Lead officer: Sarah Gavin