Executive Committee Meetings

Executive Committee Meetings

7th November 2018

 

Matters discussed included:

 

o Attendance at the Hampshire Buildings Preservation Trust AGM at Whitchurch on 19th November.

o Attendance at various County Council and Borough Council Planning meetings.

o Arrangements for The Society Christmas event

o The future venue for Executive Committee meetings.

o Storage and disposal of Society Archives

o A report on the Push Meeting on 15th October which included an Air Quality Impact Assessment, Revisions to the National Planning Policy Framework and a review of the Local Enterprise Partnership. The next PUSH meeting is on 4th December.

o The current pause in the formulation of the Draft Local Plan

 

o A number of recent planning applications and in particular:

 

Ø Further proposed development at the top of Fareham Park Road. The Society has sent another letter of objection. The Society still objects to a recent application amendment.

 

Ø An application to build on Newgate Lane between the old and new roads. A letter of objection has been be sent.

 

Ø Land of Sopwith Way, Swanwick – The Council has refused the application but the developers are to launch an appeal. To be heard on 18th December.

 

Ø The Foreman Homes appeal against the refusal of development on land east of Posbrook Lane. An inquiry was taking place 6th -9th November.

 

Ø Land west of Old Street Stubbington. The developers have launched an appeal against the Borough Council refusal of their application for a housing development. A public inquiry will be held on 4th December.

 

Ø An application to build a phased development of up to 225 houses at Romsey Avenue Portchester. Both the Fareham Society and the Portchester Society will object.

 

Ø The public inquiry into the Stubbington By-pass to be held on 26th November.

 

Ø Ongoing concerns about new build large houses in Warsash.

 

All the Society’s submissions and letters can be seen under the appropriate items on the Fareham Borough Planning Website. www.fareham.gov.uk/planning/applications_and_advice/onlineplandetails.aspx

 

 

8th October 2018

 

Matters discussed included:

 

  • Ramifications of the Data Protection Act.
  • Attendance at the Hampshire Buildings Preservation Trust AGM at Whitchurch on 19th November.
  • Attendance at various County Council and Borough Council Planning meetings.
  • Arrangements for The Society Christmas event
  • The future venue for Executive Committee meetings.
  • The upcoming PUSH meeting on 15th October.
  • The current pause in the formulation of the Draft Local Plan
  • The review of recent Fareham Planning Committee decisions in light of a recent European Union judgement.
  • A number of recent planning applications and in particular:

 

  • Further proposed development at the top of Fareham Park Road. The Society has sent another letter of objection. The Society still objects to a recent application amendment.
  • An application to build on Newgate Lane between the old and new roads. A letter of objection will be sent.
  • The Winham Farm development. The society has written about concerns over highway safety.
  • Land of Sopwith Way, Swanwick – The Council has refused the application but the developers are to launch an appeal. To be heard on 18th December.
  • Five different applications for housing around Brook Lane Warsash.
  • The Foreman Homes appeal against the refusal of development on land east of Posbrook Lane. An inquiry will take place 6th -9th November.
  • Land west of Old Street Stubbington. The developers have launched an appeal against the Borough Council refusal of their application for a housing development. A public inquiry will be held on 4th December.
  • The application for the establishment of a Gipsy Site at Croton House Titchfield. The application was refused.
  • An application to build a phased development of up to 225 houses at Romsey Avenue Portchester. Both the Fareham Society and the Portchester Society will object.
  • The Friary Meadow Care Village. Observance of planning conditions.

 

All the Society’s submissions and letters can be seen under the appropriate items on the Fareham Borough Planning Website. www.fareham.gov.uk/planning/applications_and_advice/onlineplandetails.aspx

 

 

 

10th September 2018

Matters discussed included:

  • Report on The Society Attendance at Stubbington Fair on 27th August.
  • Ramifications of the Data Protection Act.
  • Report on the Smart Motorway exhibition in Ferneham Hall on 11th August.
  • Attendance at various County Council and Borough Council Planning meetings.
  • Arrangements for The Society Christmas event
  • The AGM of the Hampshire Archives Trust scheduled for 3rd November.
  • Report on the Gillies clean up on 9th September.
  • The Society Interim Accounts for 2018/2019.
  • A number of recent planning applications and in particular:

>Development at Sawmills Industrial Park. Letter of objection had been sent. The Council had refused the application, but the developer has applied for an official hearing by a government inspector which took place 14th and 15th August. The Society attended. The inspector has upheld the Council’s refusal.

>Further proposed development at the top of Fareham Park Road. The Society has sent another letter of objection.

>The Winham Farm development. The society will write about concerns over highway safety.

>Land of Sopwith Way, Swanwick – The Council has refused the application but the developers are to launch an appeal.

>Five different applications for housing around Brook Lane Warsash.

>The Foreman Homes appeal against the refusal of development on land east of Posbrook Lane.

>Land of Oakcroft Lane. A revised application has been submitted which seems to be an improvement on the original proposal.

>Land west of Old Street Stubbington. The developers have launched an appeal against the Borough Council refusal of their application for a housing development.

>The application for the establishment of a Gipsy Site at Croton House Titchfield. Due to be considered at the next planning meeting.

>The Friary Meadow Care Village. Observance of planning conditions.

All the Society’s submissions and letters can be seen under the appropriate items on the Fareham Borough Planning Website. www.fareham.gov.uk/planning/applications_and_advice/onlineplandetails.aspx

 

 

 

31st July 2018

Matters discussed included:

 

  • Report on the Partnership for urban South Hampshire (PUSH) meeting on 16th June
  • Arrangements for The Society Attendance at Stubbington Fair on 27th August.
  • Report on the Community Event at Ferneham Hall on 16th June.
  • The latest news on the progress of the Fareham Draft Local Plan.
  • The forthcoming Smart Motorway exhibition in Ferneham Hall on 11th August.
  • Attendance at various County Council and Borough Council Planning meetings.
  • Preliminary arrangements for The Society Christmas event
  • The Society observance of the Data Protection act.
  • The wind-up of the Friends of Fareham Museum.
  • The proposed list of lectures for Autumn/Winter 2018/2019.
  • A number of recent planning applications and in particular:
  • Development at Sawmills Industrial Park. Letter of objection has been sent. The Council has refused the application, but the developer has applied for an official hearing by a government inspector which is due 14th and 15th August. The Society will attend.
  • Further proposed development at the top of Fareham Park Road. The Society will send another letter of objection.
  • Funtley North and South developments. The Planning Committee considered both together in July and approved them.
  • Land of Sopwith Way, Swanwick – The Council has refused the application but the developers are to launch an appeal.
  • Five different applications for housing around Brook Lane Warsash.
  • The Foreman Homes appeal against the refusal of development on land east of Posbrook Lane.
  • Land west of Old Street Stubbington. The developers have launched an appeal against the Borough Council refusal of their application for a housing development.
  • The application for the establishment of a Gipsy Site at Croton House Titchfield.
  • The Friary Meadow Care Village. Observance of planning conditions.

All the Society’s submissions and letters can be seen under the appropriate items on the Fareham Borough Planning Website. www.fareham.gov.uk/planning/applications_and_advice/onlineplandetails.aspx