Hooe Quarry Latest! Committee and Public Planning Meeting

January 3, 2012 | By | 3 Replies More

Community_ActionNotification of Proposed Development:  Application No: 11/01250/FUL Site: LAND AT BARTON ROAD, HOOE LAKE, PLYMSTOCK, Development: Re-development of site by erection of 222 new dwellings, provision of new public open space, ancillary access roads, improvements to Barton Road and associated works.

The above application will be considered by the Planning Committee on Thursday 12 January 2012. This meeting can be observed by the Public and is held in the Council House, commencing at 1.00pm.

There is also an opportunity to voice your views and comments at the meeting. Details of Public Speaking and how to register to speak are also available online at http://www.plymouth.gov.uk/speakingatplanningcommittee or alternatively at the Civic Centre.

The agenda, containing details of the meeting and the officer report is available 5 working days prior to the meeting (i.e. this Thursday) and can be viewed online at http://www.plymouth.gov.uk/planningcommittee. Alternatively, a paper copy is available for inspection at the Civic Centre or the Central Library.

If you wish to discuss the report about this application please contact the case officer Robert Heard on 01752 304349.

Details of the Hooe Quarry planning application can be found on an earlier post here

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  1. Mike says:

    Here is a link to the Planning Application Report prior to the PCC meeting on Thursday 12th – See Page 47 of this document. http://www.plymouth.gov.uk/mgInternet/documents/g4549/Public%20reports%20pack,%20Thursday%2012-Jan-2012%2013.00,%20Planning%20Committee.pdf?T=10

  2. Mike says:

    Planning application approved after Councillors threatened by the chairman that we must approve this as’ “if we refuse this then it will go to appeal, Barratts will win and then the council will have to pay” …

  3. Steve says:

    Walking along Barton Road today, we could not help but notice a deep lagoon of heavily contaminated water and associated noxious smells. We noticed this pit some 15 metres in from the main works entrance. Any bird or wildlife visiting to rest or take in water will not stand a chance. This could also easily be carried over into the main lake should heavy rain prevail. This is typical of both irresponsible developers and PCC colluding officials. We will be contacting the Environmental Health Department tomorrow to report our concerns. We suggest all those who are actively concerned take a look for themselves and report the same.

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