Agenda

Venue: Hybrid Meeting - Dean of Guild Court Room / Microsoft Teams

Contact: Lesley Birrell 

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Items
No. Item

1. Order of Business

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1.1

Order of Business

Including any notices of motion and any other items of business submitted as urgent for consideration at the meeting.

 

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2. Declaration of interests

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2.1

Declaration of interests

Members should declare any financial and non-financial interests they have in the items of business for consideration, identifying the relevant agenda item and the nature of their interest.

 

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3. Deputations

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3.1

Deputations

If any

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4. Minutes

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4.1

Minutes pdf icon PDF 136 KB

Minute of Planning Committee of 31 August 2022 – submitted for approval as a correct record

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5. Business Bulletin

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5.1

Business Bulletin pdf icon PDF 231 KB

Planning Committee Business Bulletin

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6. Development Plan

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6.1

Development Plan

None.

 

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7. Planning Policy

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7.1

Housing Land Audit and Completions Programme 2022 pdf icon PDF 1 MB

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8. Planning Process

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8.1

Report

None.

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9. Planning Performance

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9.1

Report

None.

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10. Conservation

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10.1

Report

None.

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11. Motions

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Motion by Councillor Osler - Conservation and Adaptation

Motion by Councillor Osler - Conservation and Adaptation

“Committee:

Acknowledges the impacts of the cost of living crisis and climate change being experienced by residents.

Understands the additional challenge those living within conservation areas face, when trying to adapt homes to make them more sustainable such as to improve energy efficiency or to mitigate flood risk.

Believes that to keep residents living in our conservation areas, consideration needs to be given as to the hurdles and costs that go with this and that these should be balanced against the desire to protect our built heritage.

Agrees that an on line consultation should be conducted to seek views as to what the challenges are for residents to adapt homes in such areas.

Agrees that responses to the consultation should inform a short term working group which shall be established between planning officers and residents so that knowledge can be shared as to:

-          What the challenges are for residents to adapt homes in such areas

-          What can be done (presently) to alleviate these

-          What needs to change to address those challenges, and

-          The cost to our Built Heritage of any changes.

A report from the above should be to be presented to the Planning Committee in four cycles.”

 

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Motions and Amendments pdf icon PDF 96 KB

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