Planning Committee agenda 14 May 2013

Councillors who sit on Ellingham, Harbridge & Ibsley Parish Council’s Planning Committee are summoned to a meeting to be held in Ellingham Church Hall at 7.30pm on Tuesday 14 May 2013.

Members of the public are invited to attend the Planning Committee meeting as observers only. There will be an opportunity during the public forum for questions about planning applications. Planning applications will be shown electronically during the meeting. Paper plans will only be available where received. All the listed planning applications are available on the Authorities’ websites.
1. Apologies
2. Declarations of Interest
3. Minutes of the last meeting (9 April 2013)
4. Chairman’s Report of matters arising (not on the agenda)
5. Public Forum
6. Development control and TPO applications:
NPA 13/98390 Butts Lawn, Mockbeggar – greenhouse (Cllr Burtenshaw)
NPA CONS/13/0268 Dairy Cottage, Mockbeggar Lane, Ibsley – fell sycamore & robinia (Cllr Spark)
NFDC 13/10487 Blashford Cottage, Salisbury Road, Blashford – Single-storey & 1st floor rear extension (extension to time limit of pp 10/95323) (Cllr Spark)
7. Decisions received from NFDC & NFNPA – circulated:
NFDC 13/10255 Blashford Manor, Salisbury Road, Blashford – withdrawn
NPA 13/98213 The Lodge, Moyles Court, Rockford – granted stc
NFDC 13/10140 Drayton Cottage, Linbrook – granted stc
NPA 13/98258 McDonald’s Restaurant Ltd – refused
NPA 13/98299 Horseshoe Cottage, Rockford – approval without conditions
NPA 13/98216 Moyles Court School, Rockford – granted stc
NPA 13/98320 & 98321 Alice Lisle Inn, Rockford – withdrawn
NPA 13/98289 Little Patch, Mockbeggar – granted stc
NPA 13/98209/LDCE Land at Mockbeggar, Moyles Court, Rockford – raise no objection
NFDC 13/10273 & 10274 Land adjacent to Air View, Mockbeggar (agricultural determinations)
NPA/13/98447 Fairview Cottage, Mockbeggar – non-material amendment
8. Appeals & Enforcement – circulated:
Middle Earth, Linwood – breach ceased
Land at rear of Ibsley Village Hall – no breach
9. Consultations:
10. Discuss and consider request for bridge across ditch on EHI owned verge at Cross Lanes
11. Correspondence
12. Other Business

N Mackenzie, Clerk

Register to switch and save money on your energy bills

New Forest residents are being urged to register for Switch Hampshire, the collective energy switching service that could mean lower household bills for gas and electricity. New Forest District Council is working with other local authorities including Hampshire County Council on the ‘Switch Hampshire’ scheme that will enable gas and electricity consumers to use their combined purchasing power to seek a better deal on their bills.

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Road closure – Gorley Road


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN under Section 14 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) that New Forest District Council, acting as agent to the Traffic Authority, Hampshire County Council, owing to works in connection with ford repairs considers that the closure to the road as specified below should come into force without delay:

ROAD TO BE CLOSED: That length of C159 Gorley Road Ringwood, between its junction with Northfield Road and its junction with Ellingham Drove.


Annual Parish meeting 2013

The Annual Parish Meeting will be held on Tuesday 23 April at Ellingham Church Hall at 7.30pm. Please come along to hear the Chairman’s Annual Report, this year’s Guest Speaker Lee Hulin, National Trust Outdoors Ranger and take the opportunity to address the Parish Council and the Guest Speaker on any topics that of concern within the Parish.
Topped off with some nibbles and refreshments, we look forward to welcoming you!

Fuel Oil Theft Alert

New Forest residents and businesses are urged to step up the security of their heating and diesel oil following recent thefts. Thieves are targeting fuel tanks at farms, transport depots, businesses and homes in the forest due to the rising cost and the prolonged cold weather, which places an extra demand on heating. Follow this link for information on how to prevent it:-

Make-over for Moyles Court ford and parking

The County Council installed the original barrier scheme around the ford at Moyles Court nearly ten years ago to stop vehicles parking all over the SSSI designated verges; it was also intended to separate the cars from where people picnicked and played around the stream. However, from the outset, the low barriers were prone to breaking and being knocked out of the ground, particularly when up against a sturdy vehicle!Continue Reading