Monthly Archives: May 2015

Roseleigh, Bratton Road, Bratton

The Parish Council has just been notified of the following planning application:

 

TWC/2015/0450 Roseleigh, Bratton Road, Bratton, Telford, Shropshire, TF5 0BT

Erection of single storey side extension, a rear glazed link between the conservatory and the stable block behind and a covered pool house.

Please Note

Wrockwardine Parish Council is NOT the Planning Authority; this is the function of The Borough Council. The view of the Parish Council does not carry any extra weight (over and above any other resident) nor is it guaranteed to be taken into account when any decision is made by the Borough Council. The Parish Council is simply invited, by the Borough Council, to give its views on planning applications. If a planning application affects you, or you have a view which you wish to be taken into consideration by the Planning Officers of the Borough Council then it is important that you convey that opinion directly to the relevant authority (which is Telford and Wrekin Council). The Parish Council is unable to “pass on” the views of others to the Planning Authority but it may take into account the views of residents of the Parish when deciding upon its own position on any particular application.

Planning consultation (Borough Council)

The Parish Council has been made aware of the following Planning Consultation:

Planning Enforcement Policy Proposal for Consultation

About the Proposed Policy
The integrity of the planning system and the public’s confidence in it relies on effective enforcement action being taken by Local Planning Authorities where necessary.
Enforcement action is at the discretion of the Local Planning Authority and not all breaches of planning control will result in formal enforcement action being taken as is outlined in the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).
The purpose of publishing a Planning Enforcement policy is to explain the Council’s approach when dealing with planning enforcement matters to provide clarification and manage customer expectations in terms of likely outcomes and timescales.
The pledges included in the policy will be monitored and reported upon monthly to ensure service standards are maintained.

Pre-adoption publicity
Prior to submitting the policy for formal adoption by committee we are publicising the draft for a 6 week consultation.

The policy is being made available via Telford & Wrekin’s website; Planning enforcement policy consultation, and paper copies will available for inspection at the following locations:

· First Point Telford, Southwater Square, Telford. TF3 4JG (Weekdays 8.30am to 5.30pm and Saturday 9.00am to 1.00pm)

· Business & Planning First Point, Wellington Civic Offices. Telford, TF2 2FH (Weekdays 8.30am to 5.15pm)

· All Telford & Wrekin libraries located in Dawley, Hadley, Oakengates, Stirchely, Donnington, Madeley, Newport, Southwater and Wellington.

Any comments can be made:

· By email to Planning.control@telford.gov.uk, titled Policy Comments.

· By post to Development Management, Telford & Wrekin Council, PO Box 457, Telford, TF2 2FH
The deadline for comments is Friday 3rd July 2015

Many thanks

Tina Kelly
Customer Services Business Manager
Development Management
Development, Business & Employment
Telford & Wrekin Council
PO BOX 457
1st Floor, Wellington Civic Offices
Telford
TF2 2FH

Allscott Former Sugar Beet Factory site

Today sees the publication, in the Shropshire Star, of a report of comments made by the Borough Council’s Chief Planning Officer, Michael Barker.

It may be useful to readers of this weblog to see the Parish Council’s original (2014) response to the initial planning application.

You can see the Parish Council’s original response to the Borough’s Responsible Planning Officer here:  Full objections from Wrockwardine Parish Council

The Parish Clerk attended the Planning Committee Meeting and gave a verbal representation to the Planning Committee: Allscott Sugar Beet Planning Committee Representation (2014) (unedited version).

The planning application has now been resubmitted and will once again be considered by the Borough Council’s Planning Committee.

Please Note

Wrockwardine Parish Council is NOT the Planning Authority; this is the function of The Borough Council. The view of the Parish Council does not carry any extra weight (over and above any other resident) nor is it guaranteed to be taken into account when any decision is made by the Borough Council. The Parish Council is simply invited, by the Borough Council, to give its views on planning applications. If a planning application affects you, or you have a view which you wish to be taken into consideration by the Planning Officers of the Borough Council then it is important that you convey that opinion directly to the relevant authority (which is Telford and Wrekin Council). The Parish Council is unable to “pass on” the views of others to the Planning Authority but it may take into account the views of residents of the Parish when deciding upon its own position on any particular application.

Land adjacent Arleston House, Cluddley Lane, Wrockwardine

The Parish Council has just been notified of the following planning application:

TWC/2015/0410  Land adjacent Arleston House, Cluddley Lane, Wrockwardine, Telford, TF6 5DR

Application for a Lawful Development Certificate for an existing use as a Haulage Contractor’s storage and distribution Class B8

Please Note

Wrockwardine Parish Council is NOT the Planning Authority; this is the function of The Borough Council. The view of the Parish Council does not carry any extra weight (over and above any other resident) nor is it guaranteed to be taken into account when any decision is made by the Borough Council. The Parish Council is simply invited, by the Borough Council, to give its views on planning applications. If a planning application affects you, or you have a view which you wish to be taken into consideration by the Planning Officers of the Borough Council then it is important that you convey that opinion directly to the relevant authority (which is Telford and Wrekin Council). The Parish Council is unable to “pass on” the views of others to the Planning Authority but it may take into account the views of residents of the Parish when deciding upon its own position on any particular application.