Friday, 4 August 2006

Planning Application in for multi million pound Coatham Links development

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council has received a planning application for the multi million pound Coatham Links development.

The application will now be considered within the statutory planning framework.

As part of this process, the Council is currently embarking on a consultation exercise with a number of interested parties including, environmental, regeneration and sporting bodies as well as residents who live next to the site.

All residents and businesses have 21 days from the date of the consultation letter and site notice to comment on the scheme.

The planning application is available for inspection from Monday August 7, for four weeks at Belmont House in Guisborough during normal office hours and at Dawson House, Redcar between 10am and 7pm, Monday to Friday.

The documentation can also be found on the Council's website

Planning Officers will compile a report for the Council's Planning Committee detailing all material considerations, including those contained in relevant representations made to the Council.

This report will contain a recommendation to the Committee.

The Planning Committee will then decide whether it is minded to approve the application with appropriate conditions, in which case it will be referred to Government Office North East, or refuse the application. In the case of a refusal the applicant has right of appeal.

The Planning Committee meeting will be open to the public and representatives of both supporters and objectors will be allowed to address the Committee, as will Ward Councillors.

The date of the Committee meeting is yet to be agreed and will be publicised on the website once known.

1 comment:

Liberal Neil said...

I very much hope this deevlopment goes ahead.

It will improve a very grotty part of town, provide much needed housing near to the town centre and bring amenities that a town like Redcar really should have.