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7.

Apologies for Absence

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Minutes:

Apologies were received from Councillors Jones (Substitute: Cllr Burton), McDonald (Substitute: Councillor Dent), Mulroney (Substitute: Cllr Hooper) and Walker (Substitute: Cllr Buck).

8.

Declarations of Interest

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Minutes:

The following declarations of interest were made at the meeting:

 

(a)  Councillor Ayling -  Agenda Item No. 4 (18/02302/BC4M - Seaway Car Park, Seaway, Southend-on-Sea) – Non-Pecuniary Interest: Has discussed the issue with seafront traders;

 

(b)  Councillor Hooper - Agenda Item No. 4 (18/02302/BC4M - Seaway Car Park, Seaway, Southend-on-Sea) – Non-Pecuniary Interest: An objector to the application is known to her; and

 

(c)  Councillor Wakefield - Agenda Item No. 4 (18/02302/BC4M - Seaway Car Park, Seaway, Southend-on-Sea) – Non-Pecuniary Interest: Is a subcontractor to Southend-on-Sea Borough Council, providing locks to car parks.

9.

Supplementary Report pdf icon PDF 18 KB

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Minutes:

The Committee received a supplementary report by the Deputy Chief Executive and Executive Director (Growth and Housing) that provided additional information on the item.

10.

18/02302/BC4M - Seaway Car Park, Seaway, Southend-on-Sea (Milton Ward) pdf icon PDF 35 MB

Proposals: Comprehensive redevelopment of site, including the demolition of 1, 3 and 29 Herbert Grove and an existing toilet block; the erection of 3 no. new buildings comprising a mixed-use leisure building with a cinema (3,590sqm of Use Class D2 floorspace), 3,256sqm of floorspace for other assembly and leisure uses (within Use Class D2), 2,323sqm of floorspace for either restaurant and cafes (Use Class A3) or hot food takeaways (Use Class A5), and a further 1,612sqm of floorspace for either assembly and leisure (Use Class D2) or restaurants, cafes and hot food takeaways (Use Classes A3 and A5), and a new multi-level car park; an 2,961sqm 80 bedroom hotel (Use Class C1) with cafe; and, a 580 sqm building (Use Class A3, A5 or D2). Proposals also include alterations to form a new access from Seaway Roundabout, formation of new public open space and associated works and infrastructure including the erection of an electricity sub-station.

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Minutes:

Proposal: Comprehensive redevelopment of site, including the demolition of 1, 3 and 29 Herbert Grove and an existing toilet block; the erection of 3 no. new buildings comprising a mixed-use leisure building with a cinema (3,590sqm of Use Class D2 floorspace), 3,256sqm of floorspace for other assembly and leisure uses (within Use Class D2), 2,323sqm of floorspace for either restaurant and cafes (Use Class A3) or hot food takeaways (Use Class A5), and a further 1,612sqm of floorspace for either assembly and leisure (Use Class D2) or restaurants, cafes and hot food takeaways (Use Classes A3 and A5), and a new multi-level car park; an 2,961sqm 80 bedroom hotel (Use Class C1) with cafe; and, a 580 sqm building (Use Class A3, A5 or D2). Proposals also include alterations to form a new access from Seaway Roundabout, formation of new public open space and associated works and infrastructure including the erection of an electricity substation.

Applicant: Turnstone Southend Ltd

Agent: Mr Matthew Hare of Carter Jonas

 

A written submission by Mr Miller, a local resident objecting to the application was read out at the meeting.  A written submission by Mr Deacon on behalf of the applicants was also read out in response.

 

Resolved:-

 

That the Planning Inspectorate be informed that, had an appeal for non-determination not been submitted and the Committee had the power to determine the application, the Committee would have GRANTED PLANNING PERMISSION subject to the following conditions:

 

General

01 No development is allowed to commence nor any condition to be discharged prior to the owner and the Council executing a Section 106 obligation in substantially the same form as the obligation annexed to the planning permission granted in respect of the application bearing ref. no. 18/02302/BC4M.

 

Reason: To ensure the development is not progressed until the necessary planning obligation is executed.

 

02 The development hereby permitted shall be begun no later than 3 years beginning with the date of this permission.

 

Reason: Required to be imposed pursuant to Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.

 

03 The development shall be carried solely out in accordance with the approved plans:

- S019/P3000.pl2 - Location Plan – submitted September 2019

- S019/P3001.pl2 - Existing Site Plan (Topographical Survey) – submitted September 2019

- S019/P3002.pl1 - Existing Building Elevations – Submitted January 2019

- S019/P3003 - Existing Building Elevations – Submitted January 2019

- S019/P3004 - Existing Building Plans - Submitted January 2019

- S019/P3005.pl3 - Demolition Plan – Submitted September 2019

- S019/P3006.pl2 - Proposed Site Plan – Submitted September 2019

- S019/P3007.pl2 - Proposed Lower Ground Level Plan – Submitted September 2019

- S019/P3008.pl2 - Proposed Ground Level Plan – Submitted September 2019

- S019/P3009.pl2 - Proposed Cinema Level Plan – Submitted September 2019

- S019/P3010.pl2 - Proposed Auditorium Level Plan – Submitted September 2019

- S019/P3011.pl1 - Proposed Roof Level Plan – Submitted September 2019

- S019/P3012.pl1 - Proposed Car Park Plans – Submitted September 2019

- S019/P3013.pl1 - Proposed Sections A and B  ...  view the full minutes text for item 10.

 

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