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DEVELOPMENT CONTROL COMMITTEE – WEDNESDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 2011

DECISIONS ON PLANNING APPLICATIONS

ALLERDALE

7/2011/2054

Mr J M Hayton declared a personal interest in this application as Chairman of

Loweswater Parish Council, he had not taken part in any discussions or

decision by the Parish Council in connection with this application

Mr C Billinge declared a personal interest in this application as a member of the British Mountaineering Council who had made a statement, he had taken no part in this Mr W Jefferson OBE declared a personal interest in this application due to connections with the Campaign for National Parks, Cumbria Tourism and Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership Ms J H Cooke declared a personal interest in this application as a member of Friends of the Lake District and had campaigned for the protection of Rural England

Public Speaking – the following persons attended the meeting to speak:

Mr R Pearse – Friends of the Lake District

Objectors:

Mr J Crowther – Buttermere Parish Council Mr J Ellerby Applicant: Ms J Wilkinson Supporters: Sir Christian Bonington Mr R Greenwood – Cumbria Tourism the content of the submission is on the planning file.

HONISTER SLATE MINE, HONISTER PASS, BORROWDALE, KESWICK,

CUMBRIA, CA12 5XW

PROPOSED INSTALLATION OF A 1,200M ZIP WIRE EXPERIENCE

CONSISTING OF AN UPPER SUPPORT PILLAR WITH STONE CAIRN

SURROUND ON BLACK STAR, A LOWER LANDING PLATFORM AND A

GANTRY MOUNTED ARRESTOR WITHIN THE EXISTING CAR PARK AT

HONISTER SLATE MINE. ACCESS ROUTE TO BLACK STAR TO BE VIA THE

EXISTING VIA FERRATA CLASSIC PATHS

REFUSED for the following reasons:

1 Landscape National Park designation confers the highest status of protection as far as landscape and natural beauty is concerned.

Because of the high sensitivity of the receptors (people) in this open and Decisions on Planning Applications – Wednesday 7 September 2011 rugged high fell landscape the impacts of noise, speed, altitude and appearance that would be caused by users of the proposed zip wire would harm the qualities of remoteness, tranquility and wildness currently enjoyed.

The harm would be greatest at Black Star which is particularly remote and tranquil. Along significant parts of the bridleway, footpaths and Countryside and Rights of Way Act open access land from Honister Hause there would be full uninterrupted views of the users of the zip wire and impacts of noise, speed, altitude and appearance would be at their height. The lack of any visual cover, the stark and distinctive backdrop of the fells and the fixed nature of the wire would exacerbate this impact.

The benefits of the proposal in terms of financial support to the business, broadening the activities available to visitors, the unique nature of the experience and the benefit to the local economy, all of which are consistent with the aims of Adventure Capital, are not sufficient to outweigh the unacceptable harm to the special qualities of this landscape.

As such the proposed development would be contrary to Policy CS01 (National significance and distinctive nature of the Lake District), Policy CS24 (Delivering sustainable Tourism) and Policy CS25 (Protecting the Spectacular Landscape) of the Lake District National Park Local Development Framework Core Strategy. It would also conflict with the aims of national policy and guidance in respect of National Parks and the countryside.

2 Nature Conservation

The proposed development would result in the loss of an area of designated European dry heath habitat within the Honister Crag Site of Special Scientific Interest, which forms part of the Lake District High Fells Special Area of Conservation. On the basis of the available information it cannot be concluded that there will not be an adverse effect on the integrity of the nature conservation interests of the designated European site.

The proposed development is therefore contrary to Policy CS26 (Geodiversity and Biodiversity) of the Lake District National Park Local Development Framework Core Strategy. It would also conflict with the areas of national policy and guidance in respect of biodiversity.

Decisions on Planning Applications – Wednesday 7 September 2011 7/2011/2071

Public Speaking – the following persons attended the meeting to speak:

Objector / Supporter: Not applicable

–  –  –

the content of the submission is on the planning file.

LOW BARKHOUSE, SETMURTHY, COCKERMOUTH, CUMBRIA, CA13 9SJ

USE OF LAND AND BUILDINGS AT LOW BARKHOUSE FARM,

BASSENTHWAITE AS A DISTILLERY AND ANCILLARY REFRESHMENTS

ROOM AND RETAIL WITH ASSOCIATED PARKING

DELEGATED to the Head of Development Management to APPROVE subject to

appropriate conditons to include the following:





1 Café/retail use to be ancillary to distillery only.

2 Café/retail area to be restricted to specific area of buildings.

3 Incorporation of renewable energy provision to comply with Policy CS16.

4 Other conditions as appropriate.

7/2011/2151 HILL CREST, THE HEADS, KESWICK, CUMBRIA, CA12 5ER

REAR EXTENSION TO FORM OWNERS ACCOMMODATION AND FRONT

ACCESS DOOR TO BASEMENT ROOM

APPROVED with conditions:

1 The development hereby permitted shall be commenced before the expiration of THREE years from the date hereof.

REASON: Imposed in accordance with the provisions of Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act, 1990.

2 Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority, the development hereby permitted shall not be carried out otherwise than in complete conformity with the plan (No NB 183/02 and 03) received by the Local Planning Authority on 10 June 2011.

REASON: For the avoidance of doubt and to ensure a satisfactory standard of appearance of the development.

3 The dwellinghouse hereby permitted shall not be occupied otherwise than by the proprietor/manager or members of staff of Hill Crest as Decisions on Planning Applications – Wednesday 7 September 2011 shown on the site location plan received by the Local Planning Authority on 2 November 2010 together with any dependants living with such person(s). In the event that the owners accommodation is sold or otherwise disposed of separately from the guesthouse or the guesthouse ceases to trade as such, then the owners accommodation shall not be occupied pursuant to this planning permission.

REASON: Occupation of the accommodation by persons unconnected with the hotel would conflict with the policies of the Lake District National Park Core Strategy Policy CS02 in that permission is granted only to satisfy the demonstrated need for staff accommodation in the long term and thus supporting the existing business.

7/2011/2164

HIGH HOUSES, SNITTLEGARTH, IREBY, CUMBRIA, CA7 1HE

PROVISION OF A DOMESTIC MICRO WINDTURBINE FOR SUPPLY OF

ELECTRICITY AND HEAT TO AN 'OFF GRID' TRADITIONAL FARM HOUSE

APPROVED with conditions:

1 The development hereby permitted shall be commenced before the expiration of THREE years from the date hereof.

REASON: Imposed in accordance with the provisions of Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act, 1990.

2 Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority, the development hereby permitted shall not be carried out otherwise than in complete conformity with the submitted plan (PROVEN 35-2 ON 15M TOWER) together with the details contained in the Design and Access Statement both received by the Local Planning Authority on 21 June 2011.

REASON: For the avoidance of doubt.

3 Prior to its erection the colour of the hub and rotor blades of the wind turbine hereby permitted shall be approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Thereafter the development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved colour.

REASON: For the avoidance of doubt and to that the development has minimum landscape impact in accordance with Policy CS25 of the Lake District National Park Local Development Framework Core Strategy.

Decisions on Planning Applications – Wednesday 7 September 2011

COPELAND

7/2011/4052 Mr M S McKinley declared a personal and prejudicial interest in this application as Chairman of Gosforth Parish Council, left the meeting room taking no part in the discussion or decision 1 SPOUT HOUSE, GOSFORTH, SEASCALE, CA20 1AZ

REPLACE EXISTING WOODEN GARAGE WITH PRE-CAST CONCRETE

GARAGE

APPROVED with conditions:

1 The development hereby permitted shall be commenced before the expiration of THREE years from the date hereof.

REASON: Imposed in accordance with the provisions of Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act, 1990.

2 Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority, the development hereby permitted shall not be carried out otherwise than in complete conformity with the plans (dimensions No A00599 and materials titled changes to original plans) received by the Local Planning Authority on 2 June 2011 (dimensions) and 1 August 2011 (materials) respectively.

REASON: For the avoidance of doubt and to ensure a satisfactory standard of appearance of the development.

Decisions on Planning Applications – Wednesday 7 September 2011

SOUTH LAKES

7/2011/5173 Mrs V J C Rees declared a personal interest in this application as a Member of Lakes Parish Council, but takes no part in planning discussions or decisions.

Public Speaking – the following persons attended the meeting to speak:

Objector / Supporter: Not applicable

–  –  –

the content of the submission is on the planning file.

HOLBECK GHYLL COUNTRY HOUSE HOTEL, HOLBECK GHYLL,

WINDERMERE, LA23 1LU

PROPOSED FIVE ADDITIONAL GUEST SUITES, BIOMASS BOILER,

LAUNDRY AND PLANT STORAGE FACILITIES, DRAINAGE ALTERATIONS

AND UPGRADE; IMPROVED DELIVERY/CAR PARKING ALTERATIONS,

ALTERATIONS TO EXISTING OPENING AND CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW

BALCONY TO THE CONFERENCE FACILITY

REFUSED for the following reason:

1 The number, siting and appearance of the proposed new buildings would cause harm to the character and appearance of the main Holbeck Ghyll Country House Hotel building resulting in a visually unacceptable form of over development of the site. The proposed intensification of the use of the site would exacerbate the existing adverse impacts of servicing deliveries and car parking.

Due to the harm to the character of the built environment and local aesthetic the development would be contrary to Policy CS10 (Design Excellence), Policy CS11 (Sustainable Development Principles) and Policy CS24 (Delivering Sustainable Tourism) of the Lake District National Park Local Development Framework Core Strategy.

7/2011/5269

UNDERBARROW ROAD, UNDERBARROW

ERECTION OF AGRICULTURAL BUILDING, ALTERATIONS TO ACCESS AND

ACCESS TRACK

DEFERRED for site inspection Decisions on Planning Applications – Wednesday 7 September 2011 7/2011/5299 Mr C Billinge declared a personal interest in this application as a Member of the Development Programme Board, left the meeting room taking no part in the discussion or decision Mrs V J C Rees declared a personal interest in this application as a Member of the Development Programme Board, left the meeting room taking no part in the discussion or decision Mr W Jefferson OBE declared a personal interest in this application as a Member of the Development Programme Board, left the meeting before this item was discussed

Public Speaking – the following persons attended the meeting to speak:

–  –  –

the content of the submission is on the planning file.

BROCKHOLE NATIONAL PARK CENTRE, ECCLERIGG, WINDERMERE, LA23

1LJ

CONSTRUCTION OF HIGH ROPES COURSE

APPROVED with conditions 1 The development hereby permitted shall be commenced before the expiration of THREE years from the date hereof.

REASON: Imposed in accordance with the provisions of Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act, 1990.

2 Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority and except as required by conditions below, the development hereby permitted shall not be carried out otherwise than in complete conformity with the submitted plans as amended by the plan (No RCD-CB-100 Rev C1) received by the Local Planning Authority on 9 August 2011 and the plans (Nos RCD-XX-0161 Rev G) received by the Local Planning Authority on 22 August 2011.

REASON: For the avoidance of doubt and to ensure a satisfactory standard of appearance of the development.

3 Prior to the commencement of the erection of the zip wire/access tower hereby permitted (drawing number 83MISC/118) full details of the method of foundation construction, including the precise position, method and extent of excavation, for the proposed support posts and Decisions on Planning Applications – Wednesday 7 September 2011 guy wire anchorages shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority, the guy wire anchorages shall be constructed using augering or piling, and the development shall be carried out in accordance with the details so agreed.



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