Functions of Planning Committee B
approve, with or without conditions, or refuse, applications for
planning permission and other related consents other
applications and other related consents that constitute repeat
variations involving minor modifications or
amendments under the appropriate legislation in accordance
Outline planning applications for:
development on sites between
and 1ha in area;
non-residential development on sites between
1.5ha in area;
detailed or reserved matters applications for:
conversions/changes of use) between 10 to
non-residential development (including
extensions and changes of use) of between
and 3,000 square metres gross floor
Changes of Use for 1.0 hectares and less than 5.0
hectares of land.
application which would otherwise be delegated
Officers which a Ward Councillor for the site of the
application requests should be the subject of
consideration by Planning Committee B.
request to bring an application to Planning Committee B must be
made in writing to the Corporate Director Place or the Director
Environment, Transport and Planning
the consultation period and include the
planning reason(s) for the request.
application which would otherwise be
Officers for determination for which the applicant
i. a serving
Councillor of the City Council or the
spouse/partner of a Councillor;
Chief Officer or senior manager, or the
spouse/partner of such an employee;
staff member within the Development and
Regeneration Planning and Environment
department/s, or the spouse/partner of such
Officer, or Officer who has been actively
involved planning negotiations or the
spouse/partner of such an Officer.
Applications submitted by or on behalf of the Council
own developments except for the approval of
“Minor” or “Other” category developments
to which no
objection has been received.
application that the Corporate Director Place or
Director Environment, Transport and Planning
considers should be presented to the Planning Area
Sub-Committee for decision.
enter into, renew, modify or revoke agreements and
undertakings under Section 106 of the Town and
Planning Act 1990 (as amended) in respect of proposed
developments which fall within the scope of Planning
determine unless in the opinion of the Corporate
or the Director Environment, Transport and Planning it
constitutes a minor modification.