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Planning Committee Meeting 12 Jul 2012

Planning Committee Meeting 12 Jul 2012

Location: Cowdray Hall, Easebourne

Date and time: 12 July 2012 10:30 AM

Contact Details:

Trevor Beattie

Chief Executive (National Park Officer)

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1. Apologies for absence

2. Election of Chair

To elect a Chair for the following year

3. Election of Deputy Chair

To elect a Deputy Chair for the following year

4. Disclosure of Interests

To enable Members to disclose to the meeting any disclosable pecuniary interest they may

have in any matter on the agenda for the meeting, where that interest is not already entered

in the Authority’s register of interests, and any other pecuniary or non-pecuniary interests in

any such matter that Members may wish to disclose.

5. Minutes of previous meeting held on 14 June 2012 (Page 1)

6. Urgent Items

To consider any matter on the agenda which the Chair agrees should be considered as a

matter of urgency to due special circumstances.



7. Application No: SDNP/36200/001FUL

Proposal: Conversion of cartlodges to residential as part of existing

farmhouse and cottage, conversion of threshing barn to

two dwellings (one with ancillary accommodation),

erection of detached dwelling (with conversion of granary

as ancillary accommodation), erection of pair of semi –

detached dwellings, stables/barns/store to form livery yard

for 11 horses, associated landscaping/parking and

demolition of various buildings/extensions

Address: Myrtle Farm, Blendworth Lane, Horndean, Waterlooville


To consider a report by the Director of Planning (Report PC 44/12 Page 7)


8. Application No: SDNP/36200/002CAC

Proposal: Demolition of farmhouse side extension, Dutch Barns and

extensions to barn, chicken shed/stable

Address: Myrtle Farm, Blendworth Lane, Horndean, Waterlooville


To consider a report by the Director of Planning (Report PC 45/12 Page 19)


9. Consultation response to the Brighton and Hove Draft City Plan Part One

To consider a report by the Director of Planning (Report PC 46/12 Page 23)

10. South Downs National Park Design Review Panel

To consider a report by the Director of Planning (Report PC 47/12 Page 49)

11. Authority to consult on modifications to East Sussex, Brighton and Hove and

South Downs Waste and Minerals Plan (WMP) and to note the revision of the

Minerals and Waste Development Scheme

To consider a report by the Director of Planning (Report PC 48/12 Page 53)

To all Members of the Planning Committee:

Alun Alesbury, Ken Bodfish, Jennifer Gray, Neville Harrison, Barbara Holyome

David Jenkins, Doug Jones, Tom Jones, Diana Kershaw, Charles Peck & Andrew Shaxson

Meeting Papers

Public participation

Anyone wishing to speak at the meeting should register their request, using the Registration Form, no later than 24 hours before the meeting. Further information on public speaking and registering as a speaker.

Please note that there is no catering provision for members of the public during meal breaks. However there are cafes, pubs and shops in Midhurst town centre, approximately 5 minutes’ walk away.

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