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No. Item


Declarations of Interest, if any


No declarations of interest were made at the meeting.


Minutes of the Planning Committee Meeting held on 10th November, 2020 pdf icon PDF 88 KB


RESOLVED that the minutes of the meeting held on the 10th November, 2020 be approved as a correct record and signed by the Chair.


Schedule of Applications pdf icon PDF 324 KB

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RESOLVED that upon consideration of a Schedule of Planning and Other Applications received, together with the recommendations in respect thereof, the recommendations be approved in accordance with Schedule and marked Appendix ‘A’.


Town and Country planning Act 1990, Section 106 Agreements


RESOLVED that prior to the issue of planning permission in respect of the following planning application, which is included in the Schedule of Planning and Other Applications marked Appendix ‘A’ and attached hereto, the applicant be required to enter into an Agreement under Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, regulating the development:-


Application No


Description and Location




Erection of a drive-thru freestanding restaurant with car parking, landscaping, including Customer Order Displays (COD), with canopies, children's play frame and associated works on Land and Buildings South of Doncaster Road, Denaby Main.




Adjournment of the Meeting


RESOLVED that in accordance with Council Procedure Rule 18.11(f), the meeting stand adjourned at 4.05 p.m. to be reconvened on this day at 4.15 p.m.


Reconvening of the Meeting


The meeting reconvened at 4.15 p.m.


Duration of the Meeting


RESOLVED that in accordance with Council Procedure Rule 33.1, the Committee, having sat continuously for 3 hours, continue to consider the remaining item of business on the agenda.


Appeal Decision pdf icon PDF 78 KB

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RESOLVED that the following decisions of the Secretary of State and/or his inspector, in respect of the undermentioned Planning Appeals against the decision of the Council, be noted:-



Application No.

Application Description & Location

Appeal Decision


Decision Type

Committee Overturn




Change of use from Offices to 6 Self Contained Apartments, with associated works. at 5 - 6 Regent Terrace, South Parade, Doncaster, DN1 2EE



Appeal Allowed










Sterefibre Update pdf icon PDF 424 KB


The Committee considered a report presented by Roy Sykes, Head of Planning, which updated Members in relation to the current situation relating to the continued storage of Sterefibre (SF) at Hazel Lane Quarry, Hampole.


Members were reminded that the last planning application seeking to retain SF at this site was refused planning permission on 18th October, 2018.  The report relating to this application outlined that approximately half of the SF stockpile had been removed and had been taken to a receiving site at Meden Vale, Nottinghamshire, to be used as restoration material for an old colliery working site at the former Welbeck Colliery site.


It was reported that Officers had visited the receiving site to assess the use and had confirmed that this had been undertaken and that the mixing of the SF to ‘dilute’ its properties had resulted in a beneficial material for non-agricultural restoration.  Currently, there was an application to the Environment Agency from Tetron Welbeck LLP, seeking a permit for the deployment of the remaining half of the SF stockpile from Hazel Lane Quarry.  This application, which was currently now under consideration, had encountered significant delay primarily due to the current COVID situation and a telephone conversation with the Environment Agency (EA).  It was intended to remove the remaining SF stockpile from its unauthorised position at Hazel Lane Quarry and there was no technical reason why this would not happen in the near future once the EA had granted the permit.


It was noted that the operator of Hazel Lane Quarry was requested to provide an update on the deployment of SF on 15th October.  In response, it was reported that Tetron had experienced some deployment information issues with other materials which resulted in them finding other sources and having to resample before the deployment application could be submitted again due to COVID which took a long time.  This had now been submitted to the EA.  Problems and been experienced locating the Officer dealing with the issue but assurances had been provided that the material would be removed as soon as the deployment was approved.  Subsequently, confirmation was received on 30th September, 2020, but this was still to be progressed by the Officer.


RESOLVED that the progress report in relation to the current situation relating to the continued storage of Sterefibre at Hazel Lane Quarry, Hampole, be noted.

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