Planning Committee




2 December 2020




Virtual Via Microsoft Teams


Councillors:Littman (Chair), Osborne (Deputy Chair), Childs (Opposition Spokesperson), Miller (Group Spokesperson), Henry, Fishleigh, Janio, Shanks, C Theobald and Yates


Conservation Advisory Group Representative


Penny Jennings

Democratic Services Officer

01273 291065



























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76       Procedural Business



(a)  Declaration of Substitutes: Where Councillors are unable to attend a meeting, a substitute Member from the same Political Group may attend, speak and vote in their place for that meeting.


(b)  Declarations of Interest or Lobbying


(a)      Disclosable pecuniary interests;

(b)      Any other interests required to be registered under the local code;

(c)      Any other general interest as a result of which a decision on the matter might reasonably be regarded as affecting you or a partner more than a majority of other people or businesses in the ward/s affected by the decision.


In each case, you need to declare

(i)        the item on the agenda the interest relates to;

(ii)      the nature of the interest; and

(iii)     whether it is a disclosable pecuniary interest or some other interest.


If unsure, Members should seek advice from the committee lawyer or administrator preferably before the meeting.


      (d)       All Members present to declare any instances of lobbying they have encountered regarding items on the agenda.


(c)  Exclusion of Press and Public: To consider whether, in view of the nature of the business to be transacted, or the nature of the proceedings, the press and public should be excluded from the meeting when any of the following items are under consideration.


NOTE:  Any item appearing in Part 2 of the Agenda states in its heading the category under which the information disclosed in the report is exempt from disclosure and therefore not available to the public.


A list and description of the exempt categories is available for public inspection at Brighton and Hove Town Halls.





77       Minutes of the previous meeting



Minutes of the meeting held on 4 November 2020 (circulated separately)





78       Chair's Communications






79       Public Questions



Written Questions: to receive any questions submitted by the due of 12 noon on 26 November 2020.





80       Request for Deed of Variation, Former Portslade Brewery, South Street, Portslade

1 - 8


Report of the Head of Planning (copy attached)





81       To agree those applications to be the subject of site visits



Please note that in recognition of the current Covid 19 pandemic and in response to Central Government Guidance alternative arrangements have been put into place to ensure that Committee Members are able to familiarise themselves with application sites in those instances where a site visit is requested.





82       To consider and determine planning applications



The Democratic Services Officer will callover each of the applications appearing on the agenda and those on which there are speakers are automatically reserved for discussion.


Please note that the published order of the agenda may be changed; major applications will always be heard first; however, the order of the minor applications may be amended to allow those applications with registered speakers to be heard first.






Major Applications



A         BH2020/00002 - Coombe Farm, Westfield Avenue North, Saltdean, Brighton - Full Planning

9 - 106



Ward Affected: Rottingdean Coastal




B         BH2020/01742- The Meeting House, Park Close, Brighton - Full Planning

107 - 136



Ward Affected: Hollingdean and Stanmer






Minor Applications



C         BH2020/02654 - 43 Clarendon Villas, Hove - Full Planning

137 - 152



Ward Affected: Central Hove




D         BH2020/02655 - Basement Flat, 5 D'Aubigny Road - Full Planning

153 - 162



Ward Affected: St Peters and North Laine




E         BH2020/02453 - Basement Flat, 74 Montpelier Road, Brighton - Householder Planning Consent

163 - 176



Ward Affected: Regency




F         BH2020/02454 - Basement Flat, 74 Montpelier Road, Brighton - Listed Building Consent

177 - 186



Ward Affected: Regency




G         BH2020/01986 - 22 Crescent Road, Brighton - Full Planning

187 - 200



Ward Affected: St Peters and North Laine




H         BH2020/02587- Woodingdean Service Station, 534-540 Falmer Road, Woodingdean, Brighton - Full Planning

201 - 210



Ward Affected: Woodingdean




I           BH2020/01505 -11-12 Rock Place, Brighton - Full Planning

211 - 242



Ward Affected: Queen’s Park






83       To consider any further applications it has been decided should be the subject of site visits following consideration and discussion of planning applications



Please note that in recognition of the current Covid 19 pandemic and in response to Central Government Guidance alternative arrangements have been put into place to ensure that Committee Members are able to familiarise themselves with application sites in those instances where a site visit is requested






Information Items



84       List of new appeals lodged with the Planning Inspectorate

243 - 250


(copy attached).





85       Information on informal hearings/public inquiries

251 - 252


(copy attached).





86       Appeal decisions

253 - 254


(copy attached).





Members are asked to note that plans for any planning application listed on the agenda are now available on the website at:




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The closing date for receipt of public questions and deputations for the next meeting is 12 noon on the fourth working day before the meeting.


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Infra-red hearing aids are available for use during the meeting. If you require any further information or assistance, please contact the receptionist on arrival.



For further details and general enquiries about this meeting contact Penny Jennings, (01273 291065, email or email



This meeting may be filmed for live or subsequent broadcast via the Council’s website.  At the start of the meeting the Chair will confirm if all or part of the meeting is being filmed.  You should be aware that the Council is a Data Controller under the Data Protection Act 1998.  Data collected during this web cast will be retained in accordance with the Council’s published policy.


Therefore, by entering the meeting room and using the seats in the chamber you are deemed to be consenting to being filmed and to the possible use of those images and sound recordings for the purpose of web casting and/or Member training.  If members of the public do not wish to have their image captured, they should sit in the public gallery area.



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Please inform staff on Reception of this affects you so that you can be directed to the Council Chamber where you can watch the meeting or if you need to take part in the proceedings e.g. because you have submitted a public question.



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·         You should proceed calmly; do not run and do not use the lifts;

·         Do not stop to collect personal belongings;

·         Once you are outside, please do not wait immediately next to the building, but move some distance away and await further instructions; and

·         Do not re-enter the building until told that it is safe to do so.


Date of Publication - Tuesday, 24 November 2020

























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