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Former John Lewis redevelopment

Meeting: 30/03/2021 - Planning Committee (Item 24)

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(Report of the Assistant Director Growth and Regeneration)

 

Application no: 0501/2020

Development: Subdivision of the existing retail unit to create two units and to allow the sale of food from both units, alterations to the external appearance of the building and the existing car park, provision of a new service yard, and the erection of a restaurant and drive thru facility and associated landscaping works

Location: Former John Lewis Store, Ventura Park

 

 

Minutes:

Application number

0501/2020

 

 

Development

 

Subdivision of the existing retail unit to create two units and to allow the sale of food from both units, alterations to the external appearance of the building and the existing car park, provision of a new service yard, and the erection of a restaurant and drive thru facility and associated landscaping works)

 

Location

Former John Lewis Store, Ventura Park

 

RESOLVED

 

Approved subject to the conditions outlined below in accordance with the requirements outlined in this report

 

 

Conditions/Reasons:

 

1.     The development shall be started within three years of the date of this permission. Reason: To comply with Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.

 

2.     The development hereby approved shall only be carried out in accordance with the application form, the supporting letter and drawing numbers: The development hereby permitted shall only be carried out in accordance with the application form, the supporting letter and drawings:

 

3241/200 – Location Plan

3241/204 Revision B – Proposed Site Plan

3241/205 Revision B – Proposed Floor Plan

3241/206 Revision C – Proposed Elevations

3241/207 – Proposed Coffee Drive Thru* Plans and Elevations

0398/20/B/1 – Landscape Planting Plan

 

Reason: For the avoidance of doubt and in the interests of achieving sustainable development. To define the permission.

           

3.    No development shall begin until the final detailed surface water drainage design has been submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority in consultation with the Lead Local Flood Authority. The design must demonstrate:

 

           Surface water drainage system(s) designed in accordance with the Non-technical standards for sustainable drainage systems (DEFRA, March 2015).

           SuDS design to provide sufficient water quality treatment, in accordance with the CIRIA SuDS Manual Simple Index Approach and SuDS treatment design criteria.

              Mitigation indices are to exceed pollution indices for all sources of runoff and sufficient treatment measures should be in place.

              Limiting the discharge rate generated by all rainfall events up to 100 year plus climate change in accordance with the guidance in the SCC SUDS Handbook. Provision of surface water runoff attenuation storage to achieve the limited discharge.

              Detailed design (plans, network details and full hydraulic calculations) in support of any surface water drainage scheme, including details on any attenuation system, SuDS features and the outfall arrangements.

               Calculations should demonstrate the performance of the designed system and attenuation storage for a range of return periods and storm durations, to include as a minimum the 1:1 year, 1:30 year, 1:100 year and the 1:100-year plus 40% climate change return periods.

              Plans illustrating flooded areas and flow paths in the event of exceedance of the drainage system.

               Finished floor levels to be set higher than ground levels to mitigate the risk from exceedance flows.

 

These mitigation measures shall be fully implemented prior to occupation and subsequently in accordance with the scheme’s timing/ phasing arrangements. The measures detailed above shall be retained and maintained thereafter throughout  ...  view the full minutes text for item 24