APP/19/00282: The Ship Inn, 208 BRECK ROAD, WALLASEY VILLAGE, CH4 2ED - Demolition of former vacant Ship Inn, erection of 6 townhouses with parking
The Corporate Director for Economic and Housing Growth submitted the above application for consideration.
The Ward Councillor addressed the Committee.
On a motion by Councillor S Foulkes and Seconded by Councillor K Hodson it was -
Resolved (13:0) – That the application be approved subject to the following conditions:
APP/19/00282 - Demolition of the former vacant Ship Inn public house, and erection of 6 no. 3 storey townhouses with associated parking. - The Ship Inn, 208 BRECK ROAD, WALLASEY VILLAGE, CH44 2ED - Approve The development hereby permitted shall be begun before the expiration of 3 years from the date of this permission.
Before any construction commences, samples of the facing/roofing/window materials to be used in the external construction of this development shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The approved materials shall then be used in the construction of the development.
The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the approved plans received by the local planning authority on 25th February 2019 and listed as follows:
Site Location Plan 2717 061 REV 01, Proposed Block Layout and Ground Floor Plan 2717 P-161 Proposed Elevations 2717 P-263 Proposed Street Scene 2717 P-260 Proposed Elevations and Contextual Section 2717 P-261 Design and Access Statement.
No tree, shrub or hedgerow felling, or any vegetation management and/or cutting operations should take place during the period 1st March to 31st August inclusive unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
No works or development shall take place until a scheme for the protection of the retained trees- The Tree protection plan (section 5.5, BS 5837:2012,Trees in relation to design, demolition and construction - Recommendations) has been agreed in writing with the LPA. This scheme shall include:
A. the details of each retained tree as required at section. 4.4 of BS5837 in a separate schedule.
B. a plan or relevant drawings, including proposed site layout plans, to a scale and level of accuracy appropriate to the proposal that shows constraints posed by existing trees (section 5.2 BS 5837), the position, crown spread and Root Protection Area (section 4.6 of BS5837) of every retained tree on site and on neighbouring or nearby ground to the site in relation to the approved plans and particulars. The positions of all trees to be removed shall be indicated on this plan.
C. a schedule of tree works for all the retained trees in paragraphs (a) and (b) above, specifying pruning and other remedial or preventative work, whether for physiological, hazard abatement, aesthetic or operational reasons. All tree works shall be carried out in accordance with BS3998, 2010, Tree work-Recommendations.
An arboricultural method statement (section 6 BS 5837) containing;
D. the details and positions (shown on the plan at paragraph (a) above) of the Tree Protection Barriers (section 6.2 of BS5837), identified separately where required for different phases of construction work (e.g. demolition, construction, hard landscaping). The Tree Protection Barriers must be erected prior to each construction phase commencing and remain in place, and undamaged for the duration of that phase. No works shall take place on the next phase until the Tree Protection Barriers are repositioned for that phase.
E. the details and positions (shown on the plan at paragraph (a) above) of the Ground Protection Zones (para 6.2.3 of BS5837).
F. the details and positions (shown on the plan at paragraph (a) above) of the Construction Exclusion Zones (section 6 of BS5837).
G. the details and positions (shown on the plan at paragraph (a) above) of the underground service runs (para 5.5.6 of BS5837).
H. the details of any changes in levels or the position of any proposed excavations within 5 metres of the Root Protection Area (para. 5.5.6 of BS5837) of any retained tree, including those on neighbouring or nearby ground.
I. the details of any special engineering required to accommodate the protection of retained trees (section 7 of BS5837), (e.g. in connection with foundations, bridging, water features, surfacing)
J. the details of the working methods to be employed with the demolition of buildings, structures and surfacing within or adjacent to the RPAs of retained trees (section 7 BS 5837).
K. the details of the working methods to be employed for the installation of drives and paths within the RPAs of retained trees in accordance with the principles of "No-Dig" construction (section 7.4 BS 5837)
L. the details of the working methods to be employed with regard to the access for and use of heavy, large, difficult to manoeuvre plant (including cranes and their loads, dredging machinery, concrete pumps, piling rigs, etc) on site.
M. the details of the working methods to be employed with regard to site logistics and storage, including an allowance for slopes, water courses and enclosures, with particular regard to ground compaction and phytotoxicity.
N. the details of the method to be employed for the stationing, use and removal of site cabins within any RPA (para. 18.104.22.168 of BS5837). O. the details of tree protection measures for site works, landscaping operations and management (section 8 of BS5837). P. the timing of the various phases of the works or development in the context of the tree protection measures.
No construction works above ground level shall take place until a Site Waste Management Plan, confirming how demolition and construction waste will be recovered and re-used on the site or at other sites, has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The approved Plan shall be implemented in full unless otherwise agreed in writing with the Local Planning Authority.
Prior to the first occupation of the dwellings arrangements for the storage and disposal of refuse, including recycling facilities, and vehicle access thereto, shall be made within the curtilage of the site, in accordance with details to be submitted to and agreed in writing by the local planning authority. The approved details shall be implemented in full unless otherwise agreed in writing with the local planning authority.
No construction works above ground level shall take place, including any works of demolition, until a Construction Method Statement has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
The approved Statement shall be adhered to throughout the construction period. The Statement shall provide for:
i. the parking of vehicles of site operatives and visitors; ii. loading and unloading of plant and materials; iii. storage of plant and materials used in constructing the development; iv. the erection and maintenance of security hoarding including decorative displays and facilities for public viewing, where appropriate; v. wheel washing facilities; vi. measures to control the emission of noise, dust and dirt during construction; vii. a scheme for recycling/disposing of waste resulting from demolition and construction works.
No construction works above ground level shall take place until details of works to provide vehicle accesses and a 2m wide footway between the site and Breck Road have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. For the benefit of doubt, the crossfall on the footway and vehicle crossings shall not be steeper than 1 in 40.
The works shall be completed in accordance with the approved details prior to first occupation of the development hereby approved and retained as such thereafter. Reason: Having regards to highway safety in accordance with policies HS4 and TR9 of the Wirral UDP.
No construction works above ground level shall take place until a geotechnical land survey is be carried out in order to assess the stability of the land. The survey shall be submitted to and agreed in writing with the local planning authority prior to commencement and the agreed findings implemented in full.