Agenda and minutes

Bursledon, Hamble-le-Rice and Hound Local Area Committee
Thursday, 22 March 2018 6:00 pm

Venue: Hamble Primary School, Hamble Lane, Hamble-le-Rice, SO31 4ND

Contact: Matt Dobrowolski, Democratic Services Officer Tel: 023 8068 8080; ;Please email:  DemocraticServices@eastleigh.gov.uk to register to speak before the meeting .  Matt Blythe, Local Area Manager Tel:023 8068 8311; Email:  matt.blythe@eastleigh.gov.uk

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46.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 57 KB

To consider the Minutes of the meeting held on 25 January 2018.

Minutes:

RESOLVED -

 

That the Minutes of the meeting held on 25 January be confirmed and signed by the Chair as a correct record.

47.

Public Participation

Minutes:

Hamble resident, Kate Dawes told the Committee of the final reunion of the Training Ship Mercury Old Boy Association, which would take place on the weekend of 22 September 2018. On Saturday 22 September there would be a final parade of the Mercury Old Boys accompanied by Hamble Sea Scouts and Pipes and Drums Band from The Square in Hamble to St Andrews Church. (On Thursday 20 September there would be an evening hosted by the Old Boys in the Hamble Memorial Hall). More details in regards to the above events – www.tsmercury.com

 

Hamble resident – Paula Saunderson, brought the following issues to members attention in an email which was circulated to the Committee members:

 

1.           The new Hamble Community Building – lack of drop off facilities for disabled visitors; lack of cycle parking; Traffic Regulation Order to be introduced (double yellow lines).

 

2.           Big Boat Movements (land transport) – Port Hamble to M27 Junction 8. General update requested in regards of the Big Boat Movements.

 

3.           The Gun Emplacement at Hamble Common - An update requested in regards of the Gun Emplacement which fell into disrepair and needed to be fenced off.

 

The Local Area Manager gave the Committee following updates in regards of the above points made by Paula Saunderson in her email.

 

1.           The draft Traffic Regulation Order was being finalised at the moment. Public consultation was imminent. Facilities for dropping off people with disabilities were being arranged.

 

2.           The tree and vegetation overhang by the route of Large Boats was reported to Hampshire County Council. The details of Hampshire County Officer dealing with the issue were to be forwarded to Paula Saunderson.

 

3.           Urgent action was taken to secure the Gun emplacement at Hamble Common. The committee had paid for an engineer to access the structure and advised on possible options. A meeting with Historic England and Environment Agency was being organised to discuss these options.

48.

Chair's report

Minutes:

Committee Chair – Councillor Tonia Craig reported to the Committee that Councillor Lizette Van Niekerk had stood down from her role as councillor.

She would be sadly missed as she was a very active Member, involved in many projects in Netley ward. This was seconded by Councillors Airey and Lear.

 

The Chair also thanked Councillor Elizabeth Lear who was not seeking to be re-elected in the upcoming May Borough election.

 

She also wished all the best to all members standing in the upcoming election.

49.

Declarations of Interest

Members are invited to declare interests in relation to items of business on the agenda.  Any interests declared will be recorded in the Minutes.

Minutes:

Councillor Jane Rich declared a Non Pecuniary Interest in agenda item 5, Community Grants - Report of the Local Area Manager, because she was the manager of Pilands Wood Centre.

 

Councillor Jane Rich declared a Non Pecuniary Interest in agenda item 6, Community Investment Programme and Revenue Budget Projects - Report of the Local Area Manager, because she was the manager of Pilands Wood Centre.

 

Councillor David Airey declared a Non Pecuniary Interest in agenda item 7, Capital and Revenue Projects and General Update Report of The Local  Area Manager, item 11 on the list because he is a local parish councillor.

 

Councillor Malcolm Cross declared a Non Pecuniary Interest in agenda item 7, Capital and Revenue Projects and General Update Report of The Local Area Manager, item 1 on the list because he was a local parish councillor.

 

Councillor Steve Holes declared a Non Pecuniary Interest in agenda item 7, Capital and Revenue Projects and General Update Report of The Local Area Manager, item 4 and 6 on the list because he was a local parish councillor.

 

Councillor Tonia Craig declared a Non Pecuniary Interest in agenda item 7, Capital and Revenue Projects and General Update Report of The Local Area Manager, item 4 and 6 on the list because she was a local parish councillor.

50.

Community Grants - Report of the Local Area Manager pdf icon PDF 61 KB

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Minutes:

The Local Area Manager, Matt Blythe, delivered a report on Community Grants.

 

The Bursledon, Hamble-le-Rice and Hound Local Area Committee (BHH) had an annual budget of £3,000 which it allocated to community projects.  Although applications for a grant could be made at any time the main application period was between October and December each year.

 

 During this period in 2017/18, BHH received nine applications for funding, totalling £3,554.  The maximum grant that could be approved was £500 for any one project.

 

RESOLVED – That the Committee approve the community grants as listed in appendix 1 of the report. It was also agreed that the list of Community Grants would come back to the committee twice a year.

51.

Community Investment Programme and Revenue Budget Projects - Report of the Local Area Manager pdf icon PDF 65 KB

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Minutes:

The Committee heard the report of the Local Area Manager in regards of the updated Community Investment Programme.

 

It detailed a number of projects and schemes to improve the prosperity, environment and wellbeing of residents of Bursledon, Hamble-le-Rice and Hound area.

 

RESOLVED – That the updated Community Investment Programme be approved.

52.

Capital and Revenue Projects and General Update Report of The Local Area Manager pdf icon PDF 390 KB

Minutes:

The Local Area Manager, Matt Blythe, presented a report detailing a number of projects and schemes to improve the environment and wellbeing of residents in the Bursledon, Hamble-le-Rice and Hound area.

 

RESOLVED – That the list of projects and allocated funding be approved.

 

(NOTE: Item four on the list – Lionheart Way Ecology Park had the incorrect amount of Developers Contributions. It should read £77,659.45 instead of £100,000.00)

53.

Presentation on Planning Guidelines

Minutes:

Development Management staff gave a short presentation on guidelines that had to be taken into account when determining planning applications; in particular the issues that could, and could not, be taken into account.  This was set against the broader policy framework.

54.

Planning Application - Land south of Bursledon Road, Bursledon, Southampton, SO31 8EY DOCX 463 KB

Construction of 200 no. dwellings with associated public open space, landscaping, roads, drainage and diversion of public footpath No.1, with associated access from Bursledon Road and vehicular link to land to the south, and laying out of new country park. (The development is contrary to the development plan and affects a public right of way) (Ref. F/18/82322).

 

Minutes:

The Committee considered the report of the Head of Development Management (Agenda item 9) concerning an application for construction for 200 no. dwellings with associated public open space, landscaping, roads, drainage and diversion of public footpath No.1, with associated access from Bursledon Road and vehicular link to the south, and laying out of new country park at Land South of Bursledon Road, Bursledon. (Ref: F/18/82322).

 

The Committee were advised of the following updates to the report:

 

·                   Correction to Paragraphs 61 and 63:

-       The comments listed as Bursledon Parish Council should be recorded as ‘Hound’ Parish Council.

-       Bursledon Parish Council raised no objection subject to footpaths being provided on both sides of the development.

·                   Members were updated on the Council’s latest published 5-year housing land supply position (5.52 years).

·                   One further letter of representation had been received in regards to the proposed footway and cycle way provision and the route of the formal diversion.

·                   Amended plans and additional information had been received in response to the consultation response of Hampshire County Council Highways. 

·                   A further consultation response had been received from Hampshire County Council Highways in respect of the amended plans submitted. No objection was raised in principle with some further minor layout changes being required.

·                   A consultation response had been received from Southern Water with no objection being raised subject to conditions.

 

The Committee was also advised that there were a number of updates to the conditions and further additional conditions (as listed below), and that the recommendation had been amended to delegate the decision back to the Housing and Development Lead Specialist in conjunction with the Chair and Vice Chair.

 

Updated/additional conditions:

 

·                     Condition 1 (approved plan numbers) updated to reflect amended plans and refer to correct revisions.

 

·                     Condition 5 amended to read “Other than in regards to the works associated with the provision of the access and link road to the development to the south, no development shall start until details for the disposal of foul sewerage from the development hereby permitted, and a timetable for its implementation, have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details. Reason: To ensure satisfactory provision of foul drainage”.

 

·                     Condition 9 amended to read:  “No residential development above slab level shall be carried out until a Landscape and Ecological Management Plan (LEMP) has been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. The LEMP shall include the following:

 

i.              The detail and extent of new planting;

ii.            Details of maintenance regimes;

iii.           Details of proposed species enhancements;

iv.           Details of any habitat created/retained on site;

v.            Details of any new wetland/SuDS created on site and their future management;

vi.           Details of treatment of site boundaries and/or buffers around water bodies;

vii.          Timings for the implementation of proposed ecological mitigation, compensation and enhancement measures; and,

viii.        Details of management responsibilities.

 

The development shall thereafter be carried out in accordance with the approved details. Reason: To ensure the protection of wildlife and supporting habitat found on the site and to secure opportunities for the improvement of wildlife corridors and wider enhancement of the nature conservation value of the site.”

 

·                     Condition 14 amended to read: “No residential development above slab level shall take place until details of the proposed fenestration, including the specific proposed products and their acoustic performance, have been submitted to and approved in writing by the local planning authority. Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the local planning authority, the submission must demonstrate that the products will meet  ...  view the full minutes text for item 54.

55.

Planning Appeals

The Legal Services Manager to report:-

 

(a)          that the following appeal has been lodged:-

37 Satchell Lane, Hamble-Le-Rice, Southampton, SO31 4HF.

Appeal against the Council’s refusal for a single and two storey rear extension.

     

 

Minutes:

The Legal Services Manager reported that the following appeal had been lodged:-

 

37 Satchell Lane, Hamble-Le-Rice, Southampton, SO31 4HF - Appeal against the Council’s refusal of planning permission for a single and two storey rear extension.

 

RESOLVED -

 

That the report be noted.

 

(NOTE: The Chair updated the Committee on the lodging of an appeal for:

Land at Satchell Lane, Hamble-Le-Rice, Southampton, SO31 4HP - Appeal against the Council’s refusal of an outline application for development of up to 70 dwellings with associated access, public open space, landscaping and amenity areas (all matters reserved except for access).)

56.

Minutes from Bursledon Windmill Joint Management Committee pdf icon PDF 55 KB

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Minutes:

Committee Members noted the minutes from the Bursledon Windmill Joint Management Committee.

 

RESOLVED – That the minutes from the Bursledon Windmill Joint Management Committee be noted.