Agenda item

Full Application - External Alterations, removal of ATMS and Night Safe Plate at Nat West Bank, 1 Water Lane, Bakewell, (NP/DDD/1223/1467, CC)


Item 14 was presented and discussed at the same time as Item 15, but the votes were taken separately. 


The Planning Officer  presented the report and outlined the reasons for approval as set out in the report.


The following spoke under the public participation at meetings scheme:


·         Mr Hugh Wright, Objector


Members asked the Officer whether some of the memorial plaques could be transferred to Bakewell Museum.


The Officer reported that 3 of the plaques were not listed so they can be removed without the Authority’s  consent, but  he was aware that the applicant was considering making separate application for the 2 plaques that were listed to be removed so that application could be coming to a future Planning Committee for consideration.


Mr Smith informed the Members that he was also Chair of Bakewell and District Historical Society, which covers Bakewell Museum, and he would be more than happy to have a discussion with the applicant for the plaques to go to the museum.


A motion to approve the application was proposed and seconded, put to the vote and carried.




That the application be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:


1.            3 year time limit


2.            In accordance with submitted plans


3.            Before work begins, sample panel(s) of all new facing stonework shall be provided on site showing the proposed sizes, texture face-bond; and pointing mortar mix, joint thickness and finish profile for approval in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The development shall not be carried out other than in accordance with the approved sample panel(s) which shall be retained on site until the work is completed.


4.            Within 6 months of the date of this consent, the security lighting shown on the approved plans shall be removed from the building and the area made good in accordance with details which shall have first been submitted to and approved in writing by the National Park Authority.


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