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409.

Apologies for Absence

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Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Councillors Dear (substitute: Councillor McGlone), Jarvis (substitute: Councillor Folkard), Jones (substitute: Councillor Cowdrey) and Mulroney (substitute: Councillor Wexham).

410.

Declarations of Interest

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Minutes:

The following interests were declared at the meeting:

 

(i) Councillor D Garston – Application Ref. No. 17/00733/FULM – Non-pecuniary interest: Is a retailer and a Retail Impact Assessment is mentioned in the report;

 

(ii) Councillor Mitchell – Application Ref. No. 19/01985/FULM – Non-pecuniary interest: Lives in the vicinity of Roots Hall Stadium;

 

(iii) Councillor Ward – Application Ref. Nos. 17/00733/FULM and 19/01985/FULM – Non-pecuniary interest: Family members are share-holders of SUFC; and

 

(iv) Councillor Wexham – Application Ref. No. 17/00733/FULM -  Non-pecuniary interest: Son is a firefighter and Southend Fire Station is mentioned in the report.

411.

Supplementary Report pdf icon PDF 478 KB

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Minutes:

The Committee received and noted a supplementary report by the Deputy Chief Executive and Executive Director (Growth and Housing) that provided additional information on the items referred to elsewhere on the Agenda. An amended summary of conditions for each application was also circulated and noted.

412.

17/00733/FULM - Part of Fossetts Farm, Playing Fields, Jones Memorial Recreation Ground and SUFC Training Ground, Eastern Avenue, Southend-on-Sea, Essex (St. Lukes Ward) pdf icon PDF 263 KB

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Minutes:

Proposal: Hybrid planning application for part full and part outline consent for phased development for relocation of Southend United Football Club comprising:

 

Full Application for erection of 21,000 seat football stadium;

comprising east, west, south and north stands basement excavation changing rooms; ticket office; club shop; food drink concessions; cafe/restaurant: temporary stadium works including: erect end stand cladding, press seats and workroom, directors' seating and box, scoreboard and floodlights: stadium parking, new vehicular access from Fossetts Way, pedestrian access from Sutton Road and related ancillary works: stadium north stand, to include 107 bed hotel, conference floorspace and two residential corners to stadium of 4-6 additional storeys,182 units: erect fan plaza residential building of 72 units with ground floor sporting and community floorspace of 890sqms (sui generis), 5-7 storey's, ground floor, parking, landscaping, access and related ancillary works; erect two residential buildings Fossetts Way north 42 units and south 51 units of 6-7 storeys and 4-7 storeys, car parking, access, landscaping and ancillary works; erect two soccer domes, changing facilities, classrooms, players hostel accommodation, parking and landscaping; and

 

Outline Application (with all matters reserved except means of access) for demolition of existing training centre and club house; erect buildings ranging in height from 1-9 storeys to provide a total of up to 118,000 sqms (GIA) of residential floorspace (up to 1,114 units), other commercial floorspace of up to 1,609 sqms (Use Class E) and up to 280 sqms community use (Use Classes F1/ F2); car parking; servicing; landscaping; new public realm; access from Eastern Avenue, related ancillary works.

 

Applicant: Southend United Football Club

Agent: Ms Mary Power, PowerHaus Consultancy

 

Mr Walker, a local resident, spoke as an objector to the application. Mr Martin, responded on behalf of the applicants.

 

Resolved:- That the Director of Planning and Head of Planning and Building Control be DELEGATED to GRANT PLANNING PERMISSION subject to:

 

(i.) The application being one of strategic importance and including development in the Green Belt (as required by Circular 02/09) it must be referred to the Secretary of State for Ministry of Levelling Up, Housing and Communities and the grant of permission in accordance with the Committee’s resolution will be subject to no call-in Direction being made by the Secretary of State;

 

(ii.) the completion of an agreement under section 106 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended) as having a requisite interest in the site before the planning permission is issued, so as to effectively incorporate and transpose the following Heads of Terms to the satisfaction of the Interim Director of Planning or Group Manager Planning and Building Control:

 

Affordable Housing

• A minimum of 30% Affordable Housing to be provided on-site in each phase, until Affordable Housing equivalent to 30% of the Development as a whole has been provided

• Tenure Split 59% affordable rent and 41% shared ownership (unless otherwise agreed)

• Affordable housing dwelling mix for full part of applications 40% 1-bed units, 42% 2-bed and 19% 3-bed units (unless otherwise agreed)  ...  view the full minutes text for item 412.

413.

19/01985/FULM - Roots Hall Stadium, Victoria Avenue, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, SS2 6EL (Prittlewell Ward) pdf icon PDF 244 KB

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Proposal: Demolish existing stadium and buildings, phased erection of 9 buildings between 2 and 8 storeys comprising of 502 residential units (Use Class C3), lay out associated car and cycle parking, amenity space, landscaping and highways works to form vehicular access from Fairfax Drive, Roots Hall Avenue and Shakespeare Drive and pedestrian/cycle access only from Victoria Avenue

Applicant: Southend United Football Club and Roots Hall Limited

Agent: Ms Mary Power, PowerHaus Consultancy

 

Resolved:-

 

(a)  That the Director of Planning or Head of Planning and Building Control be DELEGATED to GRANT PLANNING PERMISSION subject to conditions and following the completion of an agreement pursuant to Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended) by the Council which secures a PLANNING AGREEMENT UNDER SECTION 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended) to be entered into to secure the provision of:

 

• Affordable Housing

 

Unit Type

Private

Affordable

Total Amount

1 bed

88

46

134

2 bed

111

47

158  

3 bed

111

36

147

4 bed

40

13

53

Houses/Duplex 3/ 4 bed

0

10

10

Total

350

152

502

 

• All Affordable housing units to be provided as affordable rented units, 152 units in total

• A minimum of 30% Affordable Housing to be provided on-site in each phase, until Affordable Housing equivalent to 30% of the Development as a whole has been provided

• Nominations of Affordable Housing Units (as applicable)

• Restriction on use of affordable housing units for affordable housing

• Council's standard provision for charges of affordable housing

• All Housing, including Affordable Housing to meet Nationally Described Space Standards

 

Secondary Education

• Phased contributions towards Secondary Education provision calculated on a formula basis to be used towards upgrading/refurbishment/extension at Cecil Jones Academy, Southchurch High School or Chase High School

• Payable prior to Commencement of each phase

• In respect of each 2 bed Market Residential Unit:

The multiplier of 0.03 multiplied by the cost per new pupil place of £18,469 multiplied by the number of 2 bed Market Residential Units to be provided in the relevant phase multiplied by the regional multiplier of 1.02 (Indexed)

• In respect of each 3 bed Market Residential Unit

The multiplier of 0.25 multiplied by the cost per new pupil place of £18,469 multiplied by the number of 3 bed Market Residential Units to be provided in the relevant phase multiplied by the regional multiplier of 1.02 (Indexed)

• In respect of each 4 bed Market Residential Unit

The multiplier of 0.25 multiplied by the cost per new pupil place of £18,469 multiplied by the number of 4 bed Market Residential Units to be provided in the relevant phase multiplied by the regional multiplier of 1.02 (Indexed)

 

RAMS

• Tariff based contribution in accordance with Essex Coast RAMS SPD adopted by LPA on 30 October 2020, currently £127.30 per dwelling

• Payable prior to Commencement per phase

 

Highways

• CPZ contribution of £10,000 towards consultation on the introduction of a CPZ  ...  view the full minutes text for item 413.

 

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