Background
Background

Agenda and minutes

Venue: The Atrium, The Copeland Centre, Catherine Street, Whitehaven. CA28 7SJ

Contact: Clive Willoughby  Tel: 07385 362806

Items
No. Item

LDF 21/1

Apologies for Absence

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Councillor Carl Walmsley (Chair), James Date and Joseph Ghayouba.

 

LDF 21/2

Declarations of Interest

Minutes:

There were no Declarations of Interests made at this meeting.

LDF 21/3

Minutes of the Meeting held on 9 April 2021 pdf icon PDF 350 KB

Minutes:

Consideration was given to the Minutes of the meeting held on

9 April 2021.

 

A vote was then taken.

 

On a vote of 4 For, 0 Against and 0 Abstention, it was therefore:-

 

RESOLVED - That the minutes of the meeting held on 9 April 2021 be signed by the Deputy Chair as a correct record.

 

LDF 21/4

Shopfront Design Guide SPD pdf icon PDF 340 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Strategic Planning Manager introduced the Draft Shopfront Design Guide Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) to Members.

 

The Planning Conservation Officer then took members through the detail of the report and invited comment.

 

Following discussion, members thanked the Officers for the detailed report.

 

A vote was then taken.

 

On a vote of 4 For, 0 Against and 0 Abstentions, it was therefore:-

 

RESOLVED:- that

a) minor changes to the Draft Shopfront Design Guide Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) be approved, and

b) the final Draft Shopfront Design Guide Supplementary Planning Document be referred to Council with a recommendation that it be adopted.

 

LDF 21/5

Copeland Local Plan 2021-2038: Pre-Publication Focussed Consultation pdf icon PDF 363 KB

Minutes:

The Strategic Planning Manager provided an update to members on the Copeland Local Plan, which had been consulted on in late 2020. Following this, the comments received had been reviewed and the evidence base updated, which in turn informed the final draft document.

 

Members of the Strategic Planning team then guided the Panel through the draft Local Plan and explained the changes being proposed and the reasons for each amendment.

 

The Strategic Planning team were thanked for their continued hard work.

 

A vote was then taken.

 

On a vote of 4 For, 0 Against and 0 Abstentions, it was therefore:-

 

RESOLVED:-  that

a) the significant potential changes to the Preferred Options document be approved, and

b) a consultation document be presented to Council with a recommendation that a four week focussed consultation take place in September and October 2021.

 

 

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