Agenda and minutes

Planning - Wednesday, 17th April, 2024 7.00 pm

Venue: Oakenshaw Community Centre - Oakenshaw Community Centre. View directions

Contact: Gavin Day  Democratic Services Officer

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Apologies for absence were received from Councillors Andy Fry and Anthony Lovell.



Declarations of Interest

To invite Councillors to declare any Disclosable Pecuniary Interests and / or Other Disclosable Interests they may have in items on the agenda, and to confirm the nature of those interests.



There were no declarations of interest.



Update Reports

To note Update Reports (if any) for the Planning Applications to be considered at the meeting (circulated prior to the commencement of the meeting)



There were no update reports.



23/01372/FUL - Clubhouse, Feckenham Football Club, Mill Lane, Feckenham, Worcestershire, B96 6HY pdf icon PDF 30 KB

Additional documents:


This application was being reported to the Planning Committee because the applicant was Redditch Borough Council. As such the application fell outside the scheme of delegation to Officers.


Officers presented the report and in doing so, drew Membersattention to the presentation slides on pages 5 to 14 of the Site Plans and Presentations pack.

The application was for the Clubhouse at Feckenham Football club, Mill Lane, Redditch and sought theerection of canopy to the south side of the existing Clubhouse to provide shelter for spectators.


Officers drew Members attention to the scale and design of the canopy as detailed on pages 8 to 10 of the Site Plans and Presentations pack. It was further detailed that the canopy would extend 2.5 meters from the building and would run the entire length of the building at 12.5m in length.


There would be no ground works as part of the development as the canopy would be attached to the side of the building and the supporting beams would rest on the slabs which were already part of the existing site.


No objections had been received and it was the Officers view that the application proposed a sustainable form of development and was therefore recommended for approval.


There were no questions from Members for Officers and on being put to a vote it was:




having had regard to the development plan and to all other material considerations, planning permission be GRANTED subject to the conditions detailed on pages 10 to 11 of the Public Reports pack.