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Tuesday 10th April 2001 Bevan House, Camps Road
Commencing at 7.00 p.m.
Cllr Mrs Martin
M. Dane, E. Goody,L Kiernan and M. Woodley.
By invitation: Town Councillors: P Hanlon and A Smith
Two members of the public.
Apologies for Absence
Apologies for absence had been received from Cllrs French and Hancock.
Dr Simon Cousins, Genzyme Limited
The Chair introduced Dr Cousins, who briefed the Committee on the current developments at the Genzyme factory off Hollands Road and Rookwood Way. The factory was being upgraded with new plants and buildings to produce and tablet 500 metric tonnes of Renagel per annum. This drug is used in the treatment of patients receiving dialysis. The investment in the factory over the next three years would total £50 million and 160 new jobs would be created, for all employment sectors. Dr Cousins agreed to provide hard copies of his slides in order that they may be distributed to Councillors. The Chair thanked Dr Cousins for his informative talk.
Minutes of the Last Meeting
Cllr Goody proposed and Cllr Larry Kiernan seconded that the minutes of the Planning Committee meeting held on 20th March be signed as a true record, all being in favour.
The Clerk reported that he had written to the Borough Council but had not yet received a reply. Cllr Dane confirmed that the dump was still accessible to children and that the damaged trees had not been replaced. Cllr Goody reported the gate to the dump was now lying on the ground, and suggested that the Borough be asked to relocate its depot from a residential area to a site on the industrial estate. Cllr Hanlon agreed with this
suggestion. The Chair reported that the future of this site was under consideration within the Borough Council.
b) Public Liability Insurance – Hirers of Arts Centre
The Clerk reported that he had investigated the requirement for hirers of the Arts Centre to provide their own Public Liability Insurance and reported that this was a wide-spread requirement amomngst other similar venues available for public hire.
The Clerk reported that with effect from 1st April the plastic and can recycling banks had been withdrawn from all sites in Town other than the Amenity Site. Cllr Dane reported that members of the public were continuing to deposit plastic bottles at the Helions Service Road site and suggested that the loss of this facility needed greater publicity.
Planning Applications presently before St. Edmundsbury Borough Council and
received by publication of agenda (List A attached)
Comments made by the Committee are shown on List A attached to the Minutes.
Planning Applications tabled at the meeting (List B attached)
Comments made by the Committee are shown on List B attached to the Minutes.
a) St Edmundsbury Borough Council – Refusal of Renewal of Public Entertainment
The Clerk reported that the Public Entertainment Licence for Rush Nightclub had expired in October 2000 but had been held over pending negotiations between St Edmundsbury Borough Council and the owners, who were failing to produce the required certificates in respect of electrical standards and fire alarms. Despite protracted negotiations the owners had still not been able to produce the required certificates and the Borough Council had therefore given 21 days notice, expiring 17th April, of the withdrawal of the Public Entertainment Licence. The Clerk reported that, in addition, Rush Nightclub were advertising an event on Good Friday, which, notwithstanding the current situation with the Licence, was not permitted within the terms of the Licence. The Borough Council had advised the owners of Rush that if they proceeded with the event they would be prosecuted. The Clerk reported that the Police were aware of the situation in case large numbers of people turned up for the Good Friday event, which had been heavily advertised, and had to be turned away.
b) St Edmundsbury Borough Council – Draft Contaminated Land Strategy
The Committee noted the receipt of the executive summary of the draft Contaminated Land Strategy.
c) St Edmundsbury Borough Council – Saving Greenfield Sites
The Committee noted the receipt of the Saving Greenfield Sites publication.
Matters of Report
Cllr Dane reported that entries were appearing on the Haverhill-uk website asking for
environmental improvements to the High Street. The Town Clerk reported that, prior to the
entries appearing, orders had been placed for the supply of fifteen planters for High Street,
Queen Street and Jubilee Walk, adding that the siting of the market in the High Street on
Saturdays precluded having further planters.
Cllr Dane asked whether the play area near Girton Road could be changed in some way so as to open the area up. The woods near the site provided shelter for some undesirable activities and the isolation of the play area meant that it attracted young people at night. Cllr Woodley reported that the planting outside the Co-op in Jubilee Walk was an eyesore and asked if the brick planters could be modified to prevent people sitting on them and children from running around the edges. The Clerk reported that he had asked for less people-friendly planting but it would appear that the Borough Council had not responded to his request. Cllr Goodey reported that there was a problem with sunken paving slabs in Jubilee Walk and also that the trolley posts in Jubilee Walk needed attention. In addition the trolleys were now being stacked too close to the disabled parking area. The Clerk advised that he would report this and other matters to the Borough Council for action. Cllr Goody reported that the recently-constructed path between Millfields Way and Strasbourg Square had been left with surplus spoil either side of it and that the contractors had damaged the paving upstand at the Strasbourg Square end near the Scarlett Pimpernell. The Clerk stated he would report this to the Borough Council. The Chair asked if the noticeboard outside Mackays in High Street could be repaired and the Clerk advised that the Borough Council were aware of the need to re-install the Perspex.
TOWN COUNCIL DECISION
Change of use of part of ground floor to fish
home and relief manager’s accommodation
and erection of extension to form two bedroom house manager’s accommodation (following demolition of existing garage/office and conservatory). St. Matthew Housing.
Regulation 4 Application – Variation of
permission E/90/3197/P (supermarket with
service area, car park and access) to extend
the time period for submission of details and
commencement of development. St. Edmundsbury Borough Council
Regulation 4 Application – Variation of
permission E/90/3198/P (non food retail use
withs ervice area, car park and access) to
extend the time period for submission of
details and commencement of development. St. Edmundsbury Borough Council
information sign and one non-illuminated
information sign on front elevation J D Wetherspoon plc
Erection of single storey rear extension
Erection of packaging plant and warehouse
(following demolition of existing building).
TOWN COUNCIL DECISION
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