Venue: Virtual Meeting - Teams Meeting. View directions
Contact: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Link: WATCH/LISTEN TO MEETING
To receive Notification of Substitutes in accordance with Procedure
Rule 1.2(c) and Appendix 4
To declare any interests which fall under the following categories, as explained on the attached document:
a) Disclosable Pecuniary Interests (DPI)
b) Other Significant Interests (OSI)
c) Voluntary Announcements of Other Interests
See Agenda Item 2 for further details
To be informed of any arrangements made for public participation in
the meeting, other than those set out in the Scheme of Public
Participation for Virtual Meetings, as summarised below:
Summary of the Scheme of Public Participation for Virtual Meetings (referred to as “VMs”)
The public cannot physically “attend” a VM.
H.M. Government has recently changed the public’s legal right to attend meetings into a right to hear, by means of technology, the Councillors attending the VM remotely.
Written notice of a wish to speak (by means of the procedure below) at a VM must be given, either to email@example.com or on the Council’s website at https://secure.ashford.gov.uk/committeesystem/haveyoursay.aspx, by 15:00 hours on the second working day before the VM.
Hence, for example, for VMs of the Planning Committee on Wednesdays:-
(i) If there is no Bank Holiday on the Monday preceding the VM, written notice must be given by 15:00 hours on the Monday.
(ii) If there is a Bank Holiday on the Monday preceding the VM, written notice must be given by 15:00 hours on the Friday preceding the VM.
(iii) If the VM immediately follows the Easter Weekend, written notice must be given by 15:00 hours on Maundy Thursday.
Registering to speak at a VM confers the right to submit a speech as follows:-
(i) on a first-come, first-served basis, one speech in support of, and one speech against, an item for decision, or
(ii) as a duly-authorised representative of a Parish Council or Community Forum affected by an item for decision.
Those registered to speak must submit firstname.lastname@example.org, by 10:00 hours on the day of the VM, a copy of their speech in written, legible English. It should be no longer than 400 words, on a single side of A4 paper, printed in 12-point non-italic sans-serif font (e.g. Arial). Any text above 400 words will not be read out.
Speeches received as above will be read to the VM by a competent Officer for and on behalf of the speakers, at the normal times and in the normal order during the VM (subject to the Chairman’s normal discretion).
An Officer reading any speech on behalf of any speaker shall have discretion to omit/edit out any inappropriate language, information or statements.
If any defamation, insult, personal or confidential information, etc. is contained in any speech received from any speaker, and/or is read to the VM by an Officer, each speaker accepts by submitting their speech to be fully responsible for all consequences thereof and to indemnify the Officer and the Council accordingly.
 The term “Parish Council” includes Town Councils and Community Councils
Requests for Deferral/Withdrawal
Schedule of Applications
Reserved matters application for the approval of details of the layout, scale, landscaping and appearance as set out by condition 1 and 9 on planning application 18/01569/AS (construction of two detached dwellings with associated access)
Extension and conversion of garage/outbuilding into residential dwelling and erection of garage and driveway
Variation of condition 5 of planning permission 19/00801/AS (Erection of a 2-storey detached dwelling (retrospective)) to retain existing Yew tree hedge behind dwarf wall along boundary with street and its future maintenance at a height of no lower than 1.5m
Variation of condition 33 of planning permission 18/01843/AS.
Condition 33 existing:
There shall be no servicing of the buildings, no goods shall be loaded or deposited and no vehicles shall arrive, depart, be loaded or unloaded before 0600 hours or after 2200 hours Monday to Friday and on Saturdays before 0600 hours or after 1800 hours and at any time on Sundays, Public and Bank Holidays.
The proposed variation would increase Saturday opening until 2200 hours and on Sundays, Public and Bank Holidays between 0900 hours and 1600 hours.
Condition 33 as proposed:
There shall be no servicing of the buildings, no goods shall be loaded or deposited and no vehicles shall arrive, depart, be loaded or unloaded before 0600 hours or after 2200 hours Monday to Saturday and on Sundays, public or Bank Holidays before 0900 hours or after 1600 hours.
Change of use from a vacant restaurant / cafe / drinking establishment (Class A3 / Class A4) to a flexible planning permission within Class V of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015 for an office (Class B1) or restaurant / cafe/ drinking establishment (Class A3 / Class A4)