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Minutes pdf icon PDF 72 KB

To approve the minutes of the meeting of the Committee held on 27 April 2023, as a correct record.



Declarations of Interest or Predetermination

Including any interests not already registered


Declarations of Lobbying


Planning Applications - Chief Planning Officer's Report


22/00512/OUT - Sevenoaks Quarry, Bat And Ball Road, Sevenoaks Kent TN14 5SR pdf icon PDF 2 MB

An outline planning application for: up to 800 residential dwellings (Class C3), up to 150 residential institutional units (Class C2), business, retail, leisure and sports uses (Class E); new primary school (Class F1); community uses (Class F2), re-use of former Oast House and existing barn off Childsbridge Lane, green open spaces including parks, play spaces, ecological areas and woodlands; vehicular accesses from Bat and Ball Road, Childsbridge Lane and Farm Road; associated infrastructure, groundworks and demolition; with all matters reserved.


22/02053/FUL - Plot 4, Grazing Land South Of Viaduct Terrace, Horton Road, South Darenth, Kent pdf icon PDF 781 KB

Change of use of the land for the stationing of 3 touring caravans for occupation by an extended Romany Gypsy family


22/01134/FUL - Coles Farm, Bore Place Road, Chiddingstone, Edenbridge, Kent TN8 7AP pdf icon PDF 896 KB

Convert and reconfigure an existing agricultural barn into stables, tack room and hay store. Construct a new private sand school for home and personal use.



At the time of preparing this agenda there were no exempt items. During any such items which may arise the meeting is likely NOT to be open to the public.




Any Member who wishes to request the Chairman to agree a pre-meeting site inspection is asked to email or speak to a member of the Democratic Services Team on 01732 227000 by 5pm on Friday, 26 May 2023.


The Council's Constitution provides that a site inspection may be determined to be necessary if:


i.        Particular site factors are significant in terms of weight attached to them relative to other factors and it would be difficult to assess those factors without a Site Inspection.


ii.       The characteristics of the site need to be viewed on the ground in order to assess the broader impact of the proposal.


iii.      Objectors to and/or supporters of a proposal raise matters in respect of site characteristics, the importance of which can only reasonably be established by means of a Site Inspection.


iv.      The scale of the proposal is such that a Site Inspection is essential to enable Members to be fully familiar with all site-related matters of fact.


v.       There are very significant policy or precedent issues and where site-specific factors need to be carefully assessed.


When requesting a site inspection, the person making such a request must state under which of the above five criteria the inspection is requested and must also provide supporting justification.


Public Access Links pdf icon PDF 32 KB

Late Observations pdf icon PDF 86 KB


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