Local Planning List Under Consideration

email to : clerk@bringtonandmolesworthparishcouncil.co.uk
DATEADDRESSREFBMPC COMMENTApplication Status
15/08/2021Rear linked single storey extension to existing cottage | Molebarn High Street Molesworth Huntingdon PE28 0QF21/01887/LBCPending PC DiscussionIn Progress
15/08/2021 Rear linked single storey extension to existing cottage | Molebarn High Street Molesworth Huntingdon PE28 0QF 21/01886/HHFULPending PC Discussion In Progress
04/08/20212 Pine trees in back garden to remove to ground level | Chequers High Street Molesworth Huntingdon PE28 0QF21/01794/TRCAPending PC Discussion In Progress
02/08/2021Erection of detached house, with associated access and car parking. | The Cross Keys High Street Molesworth PE28 0QF21/01774/FULPending PC Discussion In Progress
17/05/2021See Arborist Report. T1. Robinia. Diseased (?), danger from lean towards road. Fell. T2. Norway Maple. Congested planting affecting growth of adjacent Oak Tree. Fell. T3. Scots Pine. Growing too big close to house. Replace with English Yew, grown as a tree, to match existing yew hedge. Replace. T4. Cedar. Growing too big close to house causing shade. Fell. | Meadowbank Main Street Molesworth Huntingdon PE28 0QD21/01153/TREEApproval
07/06/2021
In Progress
07/04/2021Proposed timber clad freestanding garage/ car port with storage over | Manor Barn High Street Molesworth Huntingdon PE28 0QF21/00823/HHFULApproval
07/06/2021
Approved
07/04/2021Proposed timber clad freestanding garage/ car port with storage over | Manor Barn High Street Molesworth Huntingdon PE28 0QF21/00824/LBCApproval
07/06/2021
Withdrawn
30/03/2021Application for approval of details reserved by condition C3 (Materials), C4 (Hard and Soft Landscape Works), C13 (Bin and Cycle Store Details), C19 (Fire Hydrants) following grant of planning permission reference 19/01743/FUL | Land South West Of Harrowden High Street Brington21/80130/CONDObjection
07/06/2021
07/04/2021
Condition Reply
01/03/2021Conversion of Building (Agricultural) to single Dwelling | Manor Farm Granaries High Street Brington Huntingdon PE28 5AF21/00469/FULApproval
26/04/2021
In Progress
20/01/2021Conversion of Building (Agricultural) to single Dwelling | Manor Farm Granaries High Street Brington Huntingdon PE28 5AF21/00374/LBCNot ConsultedIn Progress
14/02/2021Two storey rear extension and side porch | The Cottage Brington Road Old Weston Huntingdon PE28 5LP21/00334/HHFULApproval
21/06/2021
Approved
18/01/2021Demolition of existing agricultural building and erection of replacement detached dwelling and garage and associated works, including parking and turning provision, creation of private garden/amenity areas, cycling and refuse storage and landscaping. | Agricultural Building North East Of Yew Trees Brington Road Old Weston21/00123/FULApproval
15/03/2021
In Progress
16/12/2020Erection of 2 no Dwellings: – 2no 4 bed dwellings (semi-detached) | Land South West Of Harrowden High Street Brington20/02537/FULObjection
24/02/2021
Pending Decision
18/11/2020Erection of steel portal framed hay and straw storage building including open-sided element for storing and drying crop | Land On The West Side Of High Street Brington20/02309/FULObjection
05/05/2021
Pending Decision
12/11/2020T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, Cedar: fell to ground level Trees are too large for their location T5, T6 Cherry Plum: fell to ground level to reduce overcrowding in this part of the garden T7 Cherry Plum: reduce laterally 1m away from neighbouring Horse Chestnut T8, T9 Cedar: fell to ground level Trees are too large for their location | Manor Barn High Street Molesworth Huntingdon PE28 0QF20/02233/TRCANot ConsultedIn Progress
28/04/2020Proposed erection of one detached 1.5 Storey dwelling | Land North Of Ba’a Komi Church Lane Brington20/00778/FULRefusal
01/06/2021
26/04/2021
08/12/2020
15/10/2020
12/06/2020
Approved

THE PLANNING PROCESS

The Clerk to the Parish Council is notified of all new applications (or appeals) by the relevant Planning Authority and the Council is asked to respond within a certain timeframe.

The Council will hold a Public Meeting (open to all) to discuss and make its decision on all current applications. Advance notice of the meeting is given on the Parish Council noticeboards, as well as on this website. We detail each application on the agenda so everyone is aware of the specific applications that will be discussed, as well as providing details of the application so that further information can be obtained if required.

Any Councillor who has an interest in any application, will declare an interest and either not comment or vote, or indeed may leave the room, according to the type of involvement the Councillor has with an applicant or property.

At the Parish Council Meeting, people who support or object to an application may attend to hear the discussions. At the discretion of the Chairman, members of the public may be allowed to speak to give their views in relation to an application under consideration. Any such speeches by members of the public will be time limited so, if numerous people have come to the meeting who all share the same view, it is a good idea to nominate a spokesperson so that maximum benefit can be had (rather than three people covering the same points). Any objections to an application must relate to genuine planning grounds – should any objections be made on a personal level, the Chairman will stop the meeting.

Once any members of the public have been heard, it is for the Councillors to debate and decide on their opinion of the application. At this point, no further comments from the public can be considered unless the Chairman specifically asks for clarification from someone in the audience.

The Clerk to the Council will record the outcome of the discussion and the Council’s reasons for the decision. This is a matter of public record.

Our decision is then communicated to the relevant Planning Authority.

 

​For details of forthcoming meetings and guidance on how to register to speak, then please see meetings/agenda.

All members of the Brington and Molesworth Parish Council are involved in the Planning recommendations. This is to ensure that we have sufficient members available to cover the frequent meetings. It also helps to ensure we are objective in all our deliberations.