Decision Maker: Officer Delegated Decision
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Is Key decision?: No
Is subject to call in?: No
To grant planning permission, subject to conditions, for development described as ‘Construction of a temporary compound comprising of a kiosk unit to house data exchange for telecommunications (Jurassic Fibre) including concrete slab for placement, and 1.8 metre high steel palisade perimeter fencing’ at Marsh Sports Complex Full Site, Weymouth Outdoor Education Centre, Knightsdale Road, Weymouth, in accordance with the ‘minded to’ decision of the Western and Southern Area Planning Committee on 2 December 2021 in respect of planning application P/FUL/2021/02076.
Planning application P/FUL/2021/02076 was considered by the Western and Southern Area Planning Committee on 2 December 2021. The committee’s ‘minded-to’ resolution was to grant planning permission subject to the agreement of the Highway Authority to the submitted construction method statement, and subject to conditions. As the nominated officer, I confirmed at the meeting that this decision would be taken forward under delegated powers, in line with the committee’s ‘minded-to’ resolution.
Confirmation has now been received from the Highways Authority that they are content with the submitted construction management plan, and therefore the decision can now be issued, in line with the ‘minded-to’ resolution of the committee.
The Highways Authority have requested that an additional informative is added, as set out below. It is considered that this informative does not materially alter the decision, and can therefore be added under delegated powers.
INFORMATIVE NOTE: Contact Dorset Highways
The applicant should contact Dorset Highways by telephone at 01305 221020, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or in writing at Dorset Highways, Dorset Council, County Hall, Dorchester, DT1 1XJ, before the commencement of any works on or adjacent to the public highway, to ensure that the appropriate licence(s) and or permission(s) are obtained.
The development is considered acceptable in accordance with the ‘minded to’ resolution of the Western and Southern Area Planning Committee and subsequent consultation with the Highways Authority has confirmed additional details to be acceptable.
No reasonable alternative options have been identified. The decision being made is in accordance with the ‘minded-to’ resolution of the planning committee.
Publication date: 10/01/2022
Date of decision: 22/12/2021