planning information

The Parish Council does not have a Full Council Meeting in August , however we have several planning applications we wish to look at in more detail and therefore the Chair has called an Extraordinary meeting for Wednesday 4th August at 7.00pm in the Community Hall to allow the Council to look at the Cranswick and Sproatley Road plans along with any others that may come in upto that date.As with our usual meeting members of the Public are able to come along and we will allow Pubic Participation at the start of the meeting which will give any one attending a chance to speak regarding the planning applications. If you have any objections to a planning application then please ensure your comments are registered via the ERYC planning portal as its extremely important that you have your say, the Parish Council will have its but the more residents who register any concerns the better. If no one does then even with the Parish Council comments it is ofen difficult to overcome and influence the planners.

Planning application 21/02464/STFUL. RAITHLIN ENERGY LTD. WEST NEWTON EXPLORATION WWLL SITE. An application has been submitted and the public are invited to comment . Construcy an extension to the existing West Newton A (WNA) well site , test , appraise and produce from the two (2) existing wells and drill , test , appraise and produce from upto SIX (6) NEW WELLS followed by decommissioning and well site restoration. Whilst this application is not in our Parish many residents may have opinions they wish to be recorded with the ERYC planning dept. Full details of how to do this along with all the plans and documentation are available via the ERYC planning website.

Planning has been received for the rest of The Sproatley Road site and the Ness lane site  a total of 64 dwellinfgs across these two sites and a further 24 that was already submitted for the other plot that 88 in total which is less than the 96 given outline planning for.

As a Parish Council we would urge any residents concerned about this application to register their comments asap as the closing dates are 18th May so there is never much time, we will be discussing the application at our meeting and as we have referred the 1st 24 dwellings to Planning Committee we would residents support.

 

Please visit the ERYC website for full details and the detailed plans you can log your comment son the site once you have registered or post to Beverley .

We have also been made aware that Cranwick Country Foods are holding  pre- planning consultation today Weds 5th and tomorrow Thursday 6th May between 14.00 and 20.00 by appointment only please ring 01482 891001 to book your slot, we understand they have issued letters to local residents inviting them, but anyone can make an appointment . As a Parish Council our Char Ian Ireland has done so , we think it important we are kept in the loop.

As many of you may be aware the developers for the Land next to 8 Sproatley Road had put in for full planning permission for 24 dwellings on this plot, we as a Parish Council will expand on our original comments and we hope once the planning application appears back on the Eryc you will add your comments be they against or in favour. As At todays date 2/2/21 the application is still unavailable to view although as a Parish Council I as Clerk can see the application reference but like you no details of the plans etc. I have been advised that once the correct fee is paid to ERYC for the planning application it will be uploaded again and the dates reset to allow us and you time to add comments. Please keep checking daily as I am doing if you can to check on the status of this application . in this difficult time of lock down this just seems another headache to contend with I know .

 

Great news today Weds 3rd Feb the ERYC planning portal now has the plans for Sproatley Road uploaded again , there are currently 35 documents , so you may need to settle down with a cuppa to read through . Please note the cutoff date for the ERYC TO RECEIVE YOUR COMMENTS HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO THE 26TH fEBRUARY.

 

 

Crematorium Planning Application ref 20/035641/STPLF . Please see new plans a copy on the notice board and below.

All comments must be put into East Riding by 18th December see www.planning.access.eastriding.gov.uk/newplanningaccess

New artwork and details for Crematorium.

 Following deferment to obtain further information we have taken the opportunity to draw residents attention to this application and as such ask for your input.

Thank you to all those residents who responded to the Special edition of Preston Patter regarding the Crematorium, as the intial public consultation was done back in the summer of 2021 for the whole of Holderness we thought along with several residents that both sides of the plans should have been presented. We thank all of you who responded and you responses have been sent to the planning officer Ms J.Downs I, Planning Officer at ERYC Beverley.

3/7/20

the Hull Daily Mail reported that a new Crematorium in East Yorkshire is being looked at by ERYC and they are looking at Lelley Road Preston as a place for this . As a perish Council this is the first we had heard about it , the ERYC are meeting on the 7th July as a cabinet to discuss the proposal and more information will be made available to the public following this . We understand that prior to any planning application arriving the ERYC will be looking at public comments via their website but currently we do not have any information on this.We will update as soon as we know more.

The Preston Parish Council has also written to the ERYC via its ward Councillors to ask that in light of the recent decision by the Secretary of State not to support our request to review the decision made regarding the Yorkshire Energy Park, that our comments regarding Traffic and the need for better traffic management in the village be supported. We have requested that they look at many improvements from a byepass to new footpaths, and many other things in between.We have also requested a meeting prior to commencement on site.

 23/6/20

The Parish Council had wrote to the Secretary of State regarding the Yorkshire Energy Park  following the ERYC planning decision to grant permission, we had many concerns . However the Secretary of State has decided not to look into the decision and therefore we are now in the process of writing to ERYC via our ward Councillors to ask that they look at what measures could be put in place to ease the burden of this development on the Parish of Preston. 

 

10th June 2020. Following the Eastern Area planning meeting on 8th June 2020 the Committee voted to agree the planning application for 9 dwellings on Abbey Lane. the full details can be viewed on the ERYC planning portal but as the Parish Council we are emailed the decision letter and I have uploaded it here if any one wishes to view. The letter is quite long and I suggest you set a bit of time aside to read and absorb. the letter lists the conditions that the applicant must adhere to before and during the works and all the necessary surveys etc that must be done prior to work starting. Please click on the link below to open the document.

June 2020 Planning decision letter for Abbey Lane

Application for Abbey Lane 18/03925/plf . This application has been resubmitted to Eryc and if you have any objections to make they must be with the ERYC by  7th May 2020, so time is short so please do so as soon as possible. As a Parish Council we will re submit our objections and also ask the Ward Councillors to Call In the application so it can be assessed by the Committee. Once we have confirmation of this I will update on here. We cannot hold a meeting to discuss this application and invite you the residents to comment so please if you do have cause for objection make sure you get it in to ERYC by May 7th.

We have today 4/12/19  received notification regarding the Ness Lane development . The Appeal has gone before the Planning Inspectorate and they have seen fit to over turn the refusal by ERYC and grant the developers Outline Planning Permission. You can view this decision on the Eryc planning portal using reference 19.00049/refuse or on the planning inspectorate site using ref APP.E2001/W/19/3233683. please see the notification letter below by clicking on the link for more information.

ERYC NOTIFICATION OF PLANNING APPEAL.

 November 14th 2019 was the date of the ERYC Strategic Plannings Committee meeting to decide the outcome of the planning application for the Yorkshire Energy Park. The Parish Council as a body voted to Object to this application . However the Strategic Planning Committee voted 6/5 to pass the application and the plans will now go to the next stage . As More information becomes available we will update the site.

The ERYC have a Planning Department who receive all planning applications for this area . As a consultee body the Preston Parish Council is sent details of Planning applications within the Parish so it can review and discuss at its meeting should it so wish to and comment upon.

Any resident can register on the ERYC website and view plans within the Parish and wider area, they can also comment on any plans . Planner do not have to provide information regarding planning applications other than putting up a A4 white notice up within the area of the planning application nor does it have to advise those living near to or adjacent to any address where planning permission is being sought.

The time frames are very short from the Parish Council being advised to having to discuss and place its comments on the website , anyone interested in planning or upcoming planning applications please come along to the Parish Council meetings and register your comments on the ERYC website.

ERYC iNFORMATION REGARDING PLANNING ACCESS FOR TRACKING,  SAVED PLANNING SEARCHES AND RECEIVING NOTIFICATIONS- please click here to open document.

We will use this as a place to advise residents of any large scale developments within the Parish.

October 2019 saw the Aplication by Hurd Homes for Abbey Lane being amended and as such back onto the system for planning. At The October meeting attended by residents who have been in opposition to this application since its inception several years ago, the parish Council again agreed to object and to request that it be called in for review by The Eastern Planning Committee. As At 22nd October 2019 we are awaiting advice from the ERYC as to when the site visit and meeting will take place.

Aug 2019- NESS LANE DEVELOPMENT 19/00049/REFUSE. Outline planning permission was refused by planning committee however West Ella Holdings Ltd have appealed this decision to the Planning Inspectorate. the appeal documents can be inspected on The ERYC PUBLIC ACCESS WEBSITE at www.eastriding.gov.uk/planning quoting reference 19/00049/REFUSE, Further information on the appeal process can be found at https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/planning-inspectorate.

Copies of any representations made at application stage will be forwarded to the Planning Inspectorate and to the appellant. These will be considered by the Planning Inspector when determining the appeal. If you wish to make comments , or modify/withdraw your previous representation this must be done by the 9TH SEPTEMBER 2019. You can do this online at https://acp.planninginspectorate.gov.uk or you can write to the Inspectorate (quoting reference APP/E2001/W/19/3233683) at, Room 3M, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square, Brstol, BS1 6PN. PLEASE ADDRESS ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO THE PLANNING INSPECTORATE.

Once a decision has been made by the Inspectorate ERYC will advise.

Aug 2019- The Abbey Lane development has been pending for several months now but as of yet no information regarding it being reviewed by The Eastern Area Planning Committee has been received , the Parish Council along with those Parties who logged represntations is normally advised of the Date about a week in advance.

As many of you will know the Plots On Sproatley Road have both been allocated Outline Planning Permission, We await full Planning permission for these developments and at present have no further information to pass to residents.