Agenda and minutes

Contact: Harry Thomas 


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Members heard apologies from Councillor Clare.


Temporary Changes to Membership

Any changes will be reported at the meeting.

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There were none.


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To approve as a correct record the Minutes of the meeting held on 13 January 2021, copy attached.

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That the Minutes of the meeting held on Wednesday, 13th January, 2021 be approved as a correct record.


Declarations of Interest

Members to declare any interests.

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Councillors Bond, Glover, Mills, Monger and Rand each declared a non-prejudicial personal interest as former Members of the Development Management Committee which met on 4 October 2018, when the previous application (18/02821/APP) had been approved. They emphasised that they were not prejudged in any way and therefore would participate in the consideration of the application.


Councillor Fealey declared a non-prejudicial personal interest having previously had sight of the original application on the site. He emphasised that he was not prejudged in any way and therefore would participate in the consideration of the application.


20/03942/APP - Land rear of 3 The Pightle, Maids Moreton pdf icon PDF 199 KB

Erection of 2 dwellings (amendment to approval 18/02821/APP)


Contact Officer:  Tom Gabriel              

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The erection of two dwellings within the rear garden of No 3 The Pightle (amendment to approval 18/02821/APP).



Parish Council: Councillor Carolyn Cummings (Maids Moreton Parish Council)

Objector: Mr Patrick Hardcastle

Agent: Mr Anthony Thompson

Applicant: Ms Sally Hickford

Councillor/Local Member: Councillor Warren Whyte




That the application be refused for the following reason:


By virtue of the increase in the size, bulk and spacing of the new dwellings and the resultant requirement for increased parking the proposed layout leads to a cramped form of development which is out of keeping with the character of the area and the settlement patterns of The Pightle.  Furthermore the change in layout leads to limited opportunity for a satisfactory level of landscaping particularly to the front of the dwellings and also the contrived parking layout will result in tight and awkward turning manoeuvres which will lead to potential conflict and inconvenience to users of the site.   As such the proposal is contrary  to policy GP35 Materials and Design Details and GP38 Planting and Soft Landscaping of the Aylesbury Vale District Local Plan 2004 and also contrary to the emerging policy BE2 Design of new development of the Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan 2013 – 2033.