28/11/2018 - Permalink

Decisions made by North planning committee on 19 November 2018

Related topics: Community / Democracy / Planning

The following decisions were made by Shropshire Council’s North planning committee at its meeting at Shirehall, Shrewsbury on Monday 19 November 2018.

Residential caravan site known as The Paddocks, Warrant Road, Stoke Heath (18/04479/VAR) Variation on Condition No.s 1 and 7 attached to Planning Permission 18/01257/VAR dated 07 June 2018 to double the number of caravans on Plot 7 from 2 to 4.


That planning permission be granted, subject to the imposition of appropriate and revised planning conditions as discussed within the officer’s report and as set out in Appendix 1.

Springhill Farm, Warrant Road, Stoke Heath, TF9 2JR (18/04131/VAR) Variation of condition no. 8 attached to planning permission 18/00679/FUL to revise wording to read – The site shall be used for keeping game birds for no more than 17 weeks in any calendar year with associated equipment (including but not limited to feedstuffs and water containers), but excluding the pens and feeders, removed from the land between 1st August and 1st January in any one calendar year.


That authority be delegated to the Head of Service to approve subject to the conditions as set out in appendix 1 and any amendments to these conditions as considered necessary by the Head of Service.

24 Lilac Grove, Oswestry, SY11 2SD (18/04308/FUL) Erection of a single storey extension.


That planning permission be granted, subject to the conditions as set out in Appendix 1.

Proposed dwelling opposite Browns of Wem, Pool Head, Wem (18/02237/FUL) Change of use of land and conversion of a show bungalow to residential dwelling and associated works (re-submission).


That authority be delegated to the Head of Planning Services to determine the application, subject to the receipt of a satisfactory building survey.

Land east of Erdington Close, Shawbury (18/03983/FUL) Application under Section 73A of the Town& Country Planning Act 1990 for the extension and resurfacing of an agricultural field access track.


That planning permission be refused contrary to the officer’s recommendation, for the following reason:

The development is incongruous development, in open countryside being without adequate agricultural justification and as such not considered in accordance  with the requirements of Policy MD7b: General Management of Development in the Countryside of the SAMDev Plan and CS5 of the Council’s Core Strategy.


For further information relating to the decisions go to our online planning register and search for the application by using the reference number or keyword.