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Planning and Licensing Committee
Chair and Vice Chair to be elected from the members of the
Committee at the first meeting in each Council year. The serving Mayor will not be eligible for either
of these positions.
members of the Committee are to undertake Planning training within
6 months of their appointment subject to course
Every Third Tuesday of the month
Saltash Neighbourhood Plan
consider and make responses on behalf of Saltash Town Council for
all Planning and Licensing related matters.
Reference & Matters Delegated to the Committee:
Full delegated authority to make responses on behalf
of Saltash Town Council to all applications for licensing or
development in and outside the Saltash Town Council area (including
Listed Building, Conservation Area consents, consent for
advertisement displays etc.) received from Cornwall
meetings are restricted during the Covid pandemic, decision
responses will be made under the protocol of delegated authority
and recorded on the Covid 19 decision register.
To consider any request for pre-application
discussions with any developer and make a response on behalf of the
Council in accordance with the Town and Parish Councils in Cornwall
Guiding Principles for Pre-Application discussions.
To review the Council planning policy and procedure
and make recommendations to Council to ensure that the Council is
able to meet any additional requirements of the planning
To respond to consultation documents regarding tree
preservation and other matters regarding general land
To consider all appeals against planning refusal by
Cornwall Council within Saltash Town Council area and to submit
comments to the Planning Inspectorate.
To consider any proposals for new and reviews of the
Core Strategy and any other consultation documents of a planning
nature and to make resolutions to the Council.
During Planning Committee meetings members of the
public who have registered to do so may speak at the discretion of
the Chairman and with the approval of members of the Planning
The period of time designated for public
participation at a meeting in accordance with standing order 2(d)
shall not exceed 15 minutes unless directed by the Chairman of the
Consultation with other relevant bodies with similar
interests, including other Local Councils and Cornwall
Delegated to the Committee:
matter falling within the remit of the Committee which involves the
introduction of a new policy or changes to existing policy, future
direction and strategy including neighbourhood planning.