Posted by: swinemoor | April 4, 2010

Chronology – September 2009

The consultation period closed on 9th September 2009.

On this day the PCT tabled numerous associated documents in support of their application in response to objections received, giving no time for these to be rebutted prior to the Planning Committee considering them.

The pre-Planning Hearing was held on 14th September 2009.

The Report to the Planning Committee by the Director of Planning and Economic Regeneration was issued on 1oth September 2009 and this recommended that the application be deferred.

The Planning Committee hearing was held on 17th September 2009 and Outline Planning Permission was granted for the Swinemoor site. The Planning Officer for the case, during his presentation to this Committee, changed the recommendation from Defer to Accept.


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