|Minutes of a Meeting of the Planning Committee of Wrington Parish Council held in the John Locke room on Tuesday 5th July 2005
The Chairman opened the Meeting at 18.00 hours.
The Minutes of the Meeting held on 14th June 2005 were adopted without amendment.
Peter Alvis and Nick Green attended to speak on development of the Alvis Bros. business and a need for additional space to store cheese.
Peter Alvis gave a brief resume of the way in which the business was developing and future growth restricted by an inability to store the product. They intend to submit a planning application to increase the cheese store by 50% behind the existing shop. It was maintained that there would be no impact visually. A by-product of cheese, whey, is currently being moved at the rate of 4 tanker loads per day but this can be reduced to 2 tankers per week. The shop application was withdrawn due to possible planning restrictions on the percentage sale of goods.
Landscaping- some trees may have to be moved but this will not impact on neighbours- another consideration has to be vermin control. The Company is in regular contact with the Environment Agency and Planning Authority.
It was left that the Council would bring any concerns to their notice before the application is processed. An invitation was extended to Councillors to view the site.
For planning applications and comments see attached sheet.
2) Appeal by Mr. G L Wedlake on land and premises at Yew Tree Paddocks, Downside Road. The Clerk was directed to write in similar vein to other applications as this centres around the use of the land for car parking.
3) Golden Lion licensing application- although the Council has still to receive formal notification of a revised application, the matter has been raised by residents. It was agreed that the Chairman would press NSC for details and that in the light of the response deadline, believed to be 31st July, the Council’s response would be considered at the full PC meeting in July.