SPECIAL PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT- 22 March 2004
Motherwell, 22 March 2004 at 11.15 am.
ASpecial Meeting of the PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE
Councillor J. Coyle, Convener; Councillors McKenna and Wilson, Vice-Conveners; Provost Connelly;
Councillors Barrie, Brooks, Gordon, Gorman, Gormill, Gray, Griffin, Holloway, McGhee, McKendrick,
W. Martin, Moran, M. Murray, Pentland, Saunders, Shaw and Smith.
Councillor J. Coyle (Convener) presided.
The Chief Committee Services Manager, Development Control Manager and Senior Planning Officer
ALSO IN ATTENDANCE
In respect of item 1
Representing the Applicants:
Ms. M. Sullivan, Turley Associates
Mr. N. Parry, George Wimpey West Scotland
Mr. M. Andrews, George Wimpey West Scotland
Representing the Objectors:
Mr.S. Johnston, Kilsyth Community Council
Mr. R. Kay, Kilsyth Community Council
Mrs. M. McMillan, Kilsyth Community Council.
Councillors Burns, Devine, McCabe and J. McGuigan.
PLANNING APPLICATION N/03/01508/FUL- CONSTRUCTION OF 155 DWELLINGHOUSES AND ASSOCIATED ROADWORKS - COLZIUM, CAVALRY PARK, STIRLING ROAD, KILSYTH
1. Under reference to paragraph 3 of the Minute of the meeting of this Committee held on 4 February
2004 in so far as it related to planning application N/03/01508/FUL for the construction of
155 dwellinghouses and associated roadworks at Colzium, Cavalry Park, Stirling Road, Kilsyth, the
Committee considered a report (docketed) and a supplementary report dated 3 March 2004 by the
Director of Planning and Environment and thereafter proceeded to hold a hearing.
Consideration was also given to oral representations made by the applicants and objectors who were
in attendance for this item.
Councillor McKendrick, seconded by Councillor Brooks, moved that the application be granted in
accordance with the Director’s recommendation, subject to the conditions contained within the report.
Councillor Griffin, seconded by Councillor W. Martin, moved, as an amendment, that the application
be refused on the grounds that the application was premature at this time pending the outcome of the
consultation process in respect of North Lanarkshire Local Plan.
On a vote being taken,2 Members voted for the amendment and 16 Members voted for the motion,
which was accordingly declared carried.
Decided:that the application be granted in accordance with the Director’s recommendation,
subject to the conditions contained within the report, and further subject to its referral to
the Scottish Ministers in terms of the Town and Country Planning (Notification of
Applications) (Scotland) Direction1997.