Delegated planning decisions for the week beginning 13 December 2021 are attached. Contact for enquiries: Jean McPherson, Group Manager (Development Management) on email@example.com.
The following documents are attached in relation to Temporary Traffic Regulation Orders:
· List of Temporary Traffic Regulation Orders.
· Ifield Avenue, Langley Green and Tushmore (Appendix A).
· Tangmere Road, Ifield (Appendix B).
Action Taken Under Delegated Authority (Significant Operational Decision): Brownfield Land Register Part 1 - 2021 Update
The Brownfield Land Register Regulations 2017 require local planning authorities to publish and maintain a register of land within their area which meets certain criteria in terms of its status as Brownfield Land, and in terms of its potential to provide housing led development in future years. The Regulations require that this Register is reviewed at least annually.
The update concerns 'Part 1' of the Brownfield Land Register, which is the basic legally required Register. Councils have the ability to identify sites as being within 'Part 2' of the Register, thereby granting them 'permission in principle', a form of planning consent. There is no 'Part 2' of the Crawley Register.
The update to the Register takes account of changes to the planning status of various sites since the last update, and includes the addition of new sites where these have been granted planning permission (or prior approval) or where the allocation or identification of the site in the Council's updated Local Plan has been supported by the Full Council.
On 15 December 2021, the Head of Economy and Planning approved the publication of the Brownfield Land Register Part 1 2021 update. This decision was taken in accordance with the delegation 7.bb of the Head of Economy and Planning Services’ Sub-delegation Scheme (“to make 'factual updates and minor amendments' to Part 1 of the Brownfield Land Register”).
Action Taken Under Delegated Authority (Significant Operational Decision): Infrastructure Funding Statement 2020/21
The Community Infrastructure Levy (Amendment) (England) (No. 2) Regulations 2019) came into force on 1 September 2019. Under these regulations, Infrastructure Funding Statements (IFS) will replace CIL Regulation 123 Lists as the mechanism through which projects are identified for CIL funding.
For each financial year, starting from 2019/20, we are required to publish an Infrastructure Funding Statement (IFS). This is made up of three parts:
· Section 106 Report: including a summary of Section 106 income and expenditure (including details of some non-monetary contributions); details of projects on which Section 106 receipts were spent or allocated; and the amount of Section 106 receipts retained at the end of the financial year
· CIL Report: including a summary of CIL income and expenditure; details of projects on which CIL was spent or allocated; and the amount of CIL retained at the end of the financial year
• Infrastructure List: a statement of the infrastructure projects or types of infrastructure which we intend will be, or may be, wholly or partly funded by CIL.
On 10 December 2021 the Head of Economy and Planning approved the publication of the Infrastructure Funding Statement 2020/21. The decision was taken in accordance with the delegation to the Head of Economy and Planning to approve operational documents including the Authority’s Monitoring Reports.
The Infrastructure Funding Statement 2020/21 has been published and can be found here.
Section 106 Contributions Committed to Following Projects
Open Space Monies – Southgate Playing Fields. Ref: SGPF-2122.
The project is to receive a contribution of £47,292.87 from S106. The S106 monies have been received from three developmentsin Northgate and one in Southgate. The scheme will improve the type B playground at Southgate Playing Fields, (as confirmed by the Unsupervised Play Investment Programme Working Group (UPIPWG). The existing play equipment and safer surfacing has come to the end of its life. It is anticipated that there will be replacements to the playground equipment and safety surfacing, as well additional features to address seating, fencing and surfacing requirements. This will be managed by specialist contractors.
Open Space Monies – Perkstead Court, Bewbush. Ref: PERK-2122.
The project is to receive a contribution of £20,000 from S106. The S106 monies have been received from two developmentsin Bewbush and West Green to improve the type A playground at Perkstead Court, Bewbush (as detailed in the report to Cabinet on 4 December 2013, ‘Play Facilities – Investment Proposals’) and the UPIPWG. The existing play equipment and safer surfacing has come to the end of its life.
Transport and Public Realm (MR) Monies – Manor Royal Junctions Project. Ref: CGPMR202122
The project is to receive a contribution of £52,127.72from S106. The S106 monies have been received from one development in Langley Green. As part of the Crawley Growth Programme, the Manor Royal Junctions Improvement scheme is focusing on the A23 London Road & Metcalf Way/County Oak Way. The scheme envisages junction improvements for London Road/Manor Royal, London Road/Martyrs Avenue, and London Road/County Oak Way. The scheme will also see associated public realm improvements. The scheme will provide improved bus waiting and the provision of new zebra and toucan crossings within the County Oak area. Virtual Fly Through of Planned Works
For further details please contact: Mandy Smith, Regeneration Programme Officer. firstname.lastname@example.org
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