Minutes of the Planning Committee Meeting held on Monday 20 January 2003 at 7.00pm in the Community Centre Present: RJ Farrington (chair) R Day B Jefferson PK Oldham TJ Siggs RT Summerfield RLE Waters The clerk SJ Daniels 1 Apologies for absence - JE Coston M Ellwood HM Smith LC Twinn 42/03 2 Minutes - the minutes of the meeting of 28 October 2002 were approved and signed as a true record. 3 Decisions Received 43/03 WT Wong 61 Cambridge Road - extension (retrospective application) - approved. 4 New Applications 44/03 S/2103/01 Lancashire Industrial and Commercial Services Ltd - (21/03) Penfold Farm Ely Road - change of use to golf practice centre including club house, par 3 golf course, shop/office, car park, access and bridle path/pedestrian link to rowing lake and park - amendments to pro's shop building, car park landscaping and biodiversity/ landscaping drawing. RTS reported that permission had been granted for a golf practice centre in 1997. The permission dated 24 May 2002 (min 271/02) was for a par 3 golf course. One of the conditions stated that "no more than 450m2 floor-space of the Golf Centre complex (was) to be built until completion of Rowing Lake and public access" If the rowing lake did not go ahead then approval was for a small shop and office only. A condition applied also to the bridlepath. There was no intention to allow any vehicle access to the rowing lake from this site. 45/03 S/0615/02 Trinity College (CSP) with Aula Ltd - Unit 418 (301/02) Science Park - revised positioning of transformer and switch gear housing - approve. S/2504/02 Cambridge Regional College - 4 portacabins (retrospective application) - no recommendation. 46/03 S/00032/03/CW Waste Recycling Group - land at Milton Landfill Site - retention of inert waste recycling facility to be linked to the operational life of the site. J Belcham Planning Officer SCDC had informed RTS that the change of date for the lifetime of the site from 2007 (S/1570/00 min 404/00) had not yet been determined by the County Council - Section 106 Agreement yet to be agreed. He understood that the present application was to extend temporary permission. No recommendation. Support SCDC. Conditions should apply as previously. 47/03 5 CPRE Planning Applications Workshop for Councillors - 8 March Noted that a CPRE Planning Workshop was planned for 8 March. The meeting ended at 7.20pm.