Executive Committee Meetings

Executive Committee Meetings

4th March 2019

 

Matters discussed included:

 

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

o Storage and disposal of Society Archives.

o The Society’s insurance policy.

o Affiliation to the Solent Protection Society and their future meetings programme.

o The PUSH meeting on 5th February which discussed:

§ PUSH Capital and Revenue budgets for 2019

§ The Hampshire housing Deal

§ Business plan for the Cultural Creative Industries and Build Environment 2019/20

§ Solent waders and Brent Geese Strategy on offsetting and mitigation requirements.

§ The implications of the revised NPPF for the PUSH Position Statement.

o The Society Interim Accounts.

o The upcoming Gillies Working Party on 31st March and the Beach Clean on 7th April.

o Ideas for The Society Summer Visits programme this year.

 

A number of recent planning applications and in particular:

Ø Land of at Military Road Wallington. An application to build 26 houses. The Society will write a letter of objection on environmental and historic site concerns.

Ø Land at Standard Way Wallington. An application for Employment development.

Ø An application to erect a two-storey extension to Coldeast Mansion

Ø A pending application to build 310 houses on land to the east of Oakcroft Lane.

Ø An application for screening opinion prior to the construction of new and refurbished building at Warsash Maritime Academy.

Ø An application for screening opinion prior to the construction of a large housing redevelopment on surplus land at Warsash Maritime Academy.

Ø Various applications for building houses along Greenaway Lane, Warsash.

Ø The Society objections to the nature of two replacement building proposals in Brook Lane, Warsash

Ø The re-application to convert Stubbington Snooker Hall into Flats following refusal of the original scheme.

Ø The revised outline application for Welborne. The new scheme is out on the council web-site for consultation. The Society submitted its comments on 28th February. A copy of the letter is available on this site. A CAT meeting was held in the Ferneham Hall on 12th February. Most of the Society Committee attended.

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

 

4th February 2019

 

Matters discussed included:

 

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

o Storage and disposal of Society Archives and the shredding of confidential documents.

o The agenda for the next PUSH meeting on 5th February.

o Safety in the Gillies for members undertaking litter cleans and butterfly surveys.

o Data held by the Charity Commission.

o The Society’s insurance policy.

o The contribution to the Mayor’s Fund from the profits of the Society’s Christmas Meeting.

o A number of recent planning applications and in particular:

Ø Land of Sopwith Way, Swanwick – The Council has refused the application but the developers launched an appeal which was heard on 18th December. The appeal has been dismissed

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

Ø An application to build 7 houses east of 246 Botley Road, Burridge.

Ø An application to build 16 houses on land to the west of Oakcroft Lane which has been refused.

Ø The upcoming planning meeting to review an application to build 350 houses at Winnham Farm. The Society has objected citing concerns over pedestrian safety and potential volumes of traffic on Down End Road and made a Deputation at the Planning Meeting on 16th January. After much discussion, the Planning Committee deferred their decision.

Ø The withdrawn appeal with respect to Seafield Road.

Ø Various applications for building houses along Greenaway Lane, Warsash.

Ø The Society objections to the nature of two replacement building proposals in Brook Lane, Warsash

Ø The re-application to convert Stubbington Snooker Hall into Flats following refusal of the original scheme.

Ø The revised outline application for Welborne. The new scheme is out on the council web-site for consultation. Comment is due by 1st March. A CAT meeting will be held in the Ferneham Hall on 12th February. Most of the Society Committee will attend.

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 January 2019

Matters discussed included:

 

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

o Storage and disposal of Society Archives and the shredding of confidential documents.

o Report of the last PUSH meeting on 4th December 2018 and attendance at the next PUSH meeting on 5th February.

o Safety in the Gillies for members undertaking litter cleans and butterfly surveys.

o A number of recent planning applications and in particular:

Ø The withdrawal of a proposed development at Whittington Court, High Street.

Ø Land of Sopwith Way, Swanwick – The Council has refused the application but the developers launched an appeal which was heard on 18th December. The result is awaited.

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

Ø An application to build 7 houses east of 246 Botley Road, Burridge.

Ø An application to build 34 houses at Beacon Bottom.

Ø The upcoming planning meeting to review an applicaton to build 350 houses at Winnham Farm. The Society has objected citing concerns over pedestrian safety and potential volumes of traffic on Down End Road.

Ø Council approval for 3 houses at Crofton House.

Ø The re-application to convert Stubbington Snooker Hall into Flats following refusal of the original scheme.

Ø The revised outline application for Welborne. The new scheme is out on the council web-site for consultation. Comment is due by 1st March.

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