Hendy Ford, 360-364 Shirley Road - 10/01020/FUL
Report of the Planning and Development Managerrecommending delegated authority be granted in respect of an application for a proposed development at the above address, attached.
Redevelopment of the site. Demolition of the existing buildings and erection of two, three and four-storey buildings to provide 18 houses (11 x three bed and 7 x four bed) and 78 flats (38 x one bed, 29 x two bed and 11 x three bed) with associated parking and vehicular access from Shirley Road.
Mr Sayle (Agent), Ms Stanley, Ms Latto, Ms Williamson, Ms Rodham, Ms Bottiglieri, Ms Loosemore, Ms Daily (Local Residents) and Councillor Furnell (Ward Councillor) were present and with the consent of the Chair, addressed the meeting.
UPON BEING PUT TO THE VOTE THE OFFICER RECOMMENDATION TO GRANT PLANNING PERMISSION SUBJECT TO THE APPLICANT ENTERING INTO A SECTION 106 LEGAL AGREEMENT WAS CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
(i) authority be delegated to the Planning and Development Manager to grant conditional planningapproval subject to:-
(a) the applicant entering into a Section 106 Legal Agreement to secure such of the following assessment of the received viability report:-
i. Site specific highway improvements in the vicinity of the site in line with Policy SDP4 of the City of Southampton Local Plan Review (March 2006), policies CS18 and CS25 of the adopted LDF Core Strategy (2010) and the adopted SPG relating to Planning Obligations (August 2005 as amended) to include: works to create an improved pedestrian and cycle environment within Edward Road and Henry Road and associated junctions to include the removal of the existing road restriction; consultation/implementation of an unmarked but signed controlled parking zone within the area, including paying for the necessary Traffic Regulation Order and future occupiers of this development would not be eligible for parking permits; relocation of an existing traffic island on Shirley Road.
ii. A financial contribution towards strategic transport projects for improvements in the wider area as set out in the Local Transport Plan and appropriate SPG/D.
iii. Financial contributions towards open space improvements required by the development in line with polices CLT5, CLT6 of the City of Southampton Local Plan Review (March 2006), Policy CS25 of the adopted LDF Core Strategy (2010) and the adopted SPG relating to Planning Obligations (August 2005 as amended).
iv. Provision of affordable housing in accordance with Core Strategy Policy CS15.
v. Submission and implementation of a Training and Employment Management Plan committing to adopting local labour and employment initiatives in line with Core Strategy Policies CS24 and CS25.
vi. Submission, approval and implementation of Public Art in accordance with the Council's Public Art Strategy.
vii. Submission, approval and implementation of a Construction Traffic Management Plan.
viii. Submission of a highway condition survey to ensure any damage to the adjacent highway network attributable to the build process is repaired by the developer.
(b) the conditions in the report and the amended and additional conditions below:
28 Road Construction
No development hereby permitted shall be commenced until the Local Planning Authority have approved in writing:-
A specification of the type of construction proposed for the roads, cycleways and footpaths including all relevant horizontal cross-sections and longitudinal sections showing existing and proposed levels together with details of street lighting, signing, white lining and the method of disposing of surface water.
A programme for the making up of the roads and footpaths to a standard suitable for adoption by the Highway Authority.
To ensure that the roads and footpaths are constructed in accordance with standards required by the Highway Authority.
29. No pedestrian/cycle access from rear
Notwithstanding what is shown on the approved drawings, no public pedestrian/cycle access shall be formed into the site from Henry Road or Edward Road and the pedestrian/cycle access shown on the approved drawings shall be blocked up in accordance with details to be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. These measures shall be retained thereafter.
To safeguard the amenities of neighbours and to limit the potential for overspill car parking in adjoining streets.
(ii) the Planning and Development Manager be delegated powers to vary relevant parts of the Section 106 agreement and to vary or add conditions as necessary as a result of further negotiations with the applicant.
(iii) the Planning and Development Manager be authorised to refuse permission should the Section 106 Agreement not be completed by the 1st August on the ground of failure to secure the provisions of the Section 106 Agreement.
REASONS FOR DECISION
The development is acceptable taking into account the policies and proposals of the Development Plan as set out below. Other material considerations, including the vehicular access arrangements, car parking arrangements, protection of trees and the impact on the amenities of neighbouring occupiers, have been considered and are not judged to have sufficient weight to justify a refusal of the application, and where applicable conditions have been applied in order to satisfy these matters. The scheme is therefore judged to be in accordance with Section 38(6) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 and thus planning permission should therefore be granted.
Policies - SDP1, SDP 5, SDP7, SDP9, SDP10, SDP11, SDP13, SDP14, HE6, CLT5, CLT6, H1, H2 and H7 of the City of Southampton Local Plan Review (March 2006), Policies CS4, CS6, CS13, CS15, CS16, CS18, CS19, CS20 and CS25 of the Local Development Framework Core Strategy Development Plan Document (January 2010) and the relevant parts of supplementary planning guidance including the Residential Design Guide (September 2006) .
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