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Character Appraisal, Management Proposals and Conservation Area Boundary Review - Cloughton

Meeting: 25/02/2011 - Council (Item 7)

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Minutes:

Council considered this item. Cllr Bastiman proposed the recommendations be agreed and this was seconded by Cllr Kenyon.

RESOLVED that Council agree:-

(a)       to the Character Appraisal and Management Plan for Cloughton being adopted as Planning Guidance; and

(b)       that the Conservation Area be enlarged to cover the area shown in the map at Annex 4 of the report.

Reasons:

Report HRP10/560 considered by Planning & Development Committee on 4 November 2010 reported the first draft Character Appraisal and Management Plan for Cloughton.  Officers were authorised to carry out public consultation and report back.

The Character Appraisal and Management Plan which sets out a framework for establishing policies for ensuring the qualities of the area are preserved has now been subject to public consultation.  The results of that consultation, which are set out in Annex 2 to the report, have been considered and the Character Appraisal and Management Plan have been modified as necessary.  The recommendation now is for the Character Appraisal and Management Plan to be adopted as Planning Guidance and for the Conservation Area to be slightly enlarged.

 


Meeting: 18/01/2011 - Cabinet (Item 6)

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To consider a report by the Head of Regeneration and Planning (Reference 11/12 attached).

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Minutes:

The Cabinet considered a report by the Head of Regeneration and Planning (Reference 11/12).  Cabinet were informed that Section 29 of the Planning (Listing Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 imposed a duty on Local Planning Authorities to designate as ‘Conservation Areas’ any areas of special architectural or historic interest.  It also imposed a duty to review these areas ‘from time to time’.  The  first draft of the Character Appraisal and Management Plan had been presented to the Planning & Development Committee on 4 November 2010 and after this a formal consultation had been carried out with individual members of the public (184 letters), Cloughton Parish Council, North York Moors National Park Authority and the Duchy of Lancaster as major landowner.  Councillor Backhouse asked about the negative factor of 18 High Street and asked if there was anything that could be done. It was noted that there were various powers and officers would consider this.

RESOLVED that Cabinet recommend to Council that:-

(a)       the Character Appraisal and Management Plan for Cloughton be adopted as Planning Guidance; and

(b)       the Conservation Area be enlarged to cover the area shown in the map at Annex 4 of the report.

Reasons:

Report HRP10/560 considered by Planning & Development Committee on 4 November 2010 reported the first draft Character Appraisal and Management Plan for Cloughton.  Officers were authorised to carry out public consultation and report back.

The Character Appraisal and Management Plan which sets out a framework for establishing policies for ensuring the qualities of the area are preserved has now been subject to public consultation.  The results of that consultation, which are set out in Annex 2, have been considered and the Character Appraisal and Management Plan have been modified as necessary.  The recommendation now is for the Character Appraisal and Management Plan to be adopted as Planning Guidance and for the Conservation Area to be slightly enlarged.