EAST HOATHLY with HALLAND PARISH COUNCIL
Members of East Hoathly with Halland Parish Council are summoned to attend an extraordinary meeting of the FULL COUNCIL to be held at the Village Hall, East Hoathly on 16th October, 2023 at 7.00pm.
Signed Malcolm Ramsden (11th October, 2023)
- PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
Members of the public are welcome and encouraged to attend. The first fifteen minutes of the meeting will be available for the public to express a view or ask a question on relevant matters on the agenda. The public and members of the press are also welcome to stay and observe the rest of the meeting (subject to any items considered as confidential within the terms of the Public Bodies (Admission to meetings) Act 1960).
- DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
Members are invited to make any declaration of personal or prejudicial interests that they may have in relation to items on the agenda and are reminded to make any declarations at any stage during the meeting if it then becomes apparent that this may be required when a particular item or issue is to be considered.
- APOLOGIES – to receive apologies for absence
4.1 To consider new appointments to the Planning Committee
5.1 Planning application:-
WD/2023/1467/F for land north of 2 Estate Cottages, Heathfield Road, Halland, BN8 6PW
5.2 Neighbourhood Plan:-
Motion – to consider reviewing the draft Neighbourhood Plan in view of the changes recommended by Wealden District Council and to ensure the plan meets with the requirements of National Planning Policy Framework.
5.3 To consider the proposal put forward by Swansea Enterprises Ltd through their representative Parker Dann:-
The landowner is willing to incorporate the following into a proposal:
8 plots for Community Land Trust;
Additional Allotments ; and
£500,000 (Five Hundred Thousand Pounds) subject to caveats; or
£1,000,000 (One Million Pounds) contingent on the Parish Council’s support throughout the planning application and subject to caveats – namely All of the items listed are only due upon the grant of planning permission by Wealden District Council and contingent upon there being no judicial review. In the event that an appeal is necessary, or funds are needed to contest a judicial review, the monies would be diverted to resource these endeavours.
They would also seek a development that broadly aligns with Neighbourhood Plan Policy 1 as far as it concerns housing mix, explore ways in which we can make additional parking provision over and above East Sussex County Council’s standards and also explore the use of Design Codes to ensure the final design of the scheme is reflective of the Neighbourhood Plan’s aspirations.
This excludes the Circle of Oaks development as it will be the subject of a separate application.
It has been suggested that the landowner’s planning team could play a part in the delivery of a planning permission for a new pavilion. This could potentially be linked to the planning application and submitted as part of it with the work necessary to support the application undertaken at the landowner’s expense. This work is likely to include planning consultancy fees, architectural fees and ecology fees. Alternatively, they would be willing to submit the application subsequently.
Proposal – To request further details of the offer being made and legal agreements and to consider the planning application very carefully when it is submitted in full and review this offer in the context of that planning application.
6.1 Health & Safety requirements
Two companies have offered their services with regard to provision of a full package including Health &
Safety requirements and policies, risk assessments, COSHH, etc., etc. Quote A from a Manchester based
company (online) and quote B from a company based in Burgess Hill with site visits included.
6.2 To consider grant to East Hoathly and Halland War Memorial Sports Ground
Funds required (amount unknown at present) to meet additional costs of insurance relating to bonfire cover
for the pavilion.
- DATE OF NEXT MEETING
To note that the next meeting of the Full Council will be held on Monday 30th October, 2023 at 7.00 pm at the Village Hall, East Hoathly
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