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Current Consultations


Planning Applications submitted to the Parish Council for consideration:

Please click on the link below to view the relevant application (if the link returns an error on the first attempt, please click on it again and it will open on the application).

22/00824/STPLF – Land East South West And West Of Tickton Bridge Plantations, Main Road, Routh – Construction of solar photovoltaic development including solar panels, installation of sub-station, medium voltage power stations, battery energy storage containers, erection of perimeter fence and CCTV poles with associated access and erection of temporary construction compound (the closing date for consultee comments is 20 April 2022).

The Parish Council will consider any comments the Parish Council receives in writing/email by 12 noon on Monday, 11 April 2022 in its response to application [22/00824/STPLF].  Interested parties should, as a matter of course, send any comments directly to the Planning Officer at East Riding of Yorkshire Council. 

Please click on this link for further details on the Planning Process.

Planning Application Appeals to be considered by the Planning Inspectorate:

20/00001/REFUSE – Land North West Of Red Cottage 1 Weel Road Tickton – Change of use of land to gypsy caravan site and storage of vehicles, machinery and equipment within existing barn including hardstanding, construction of earth embankment and erection of ancillary amenity block (part retrospective).  

Planning Inspectorate Appeal Case Reference: APP/E2001/W/20/3244130

T&RPC Resolved:  To request that Planning Inspectorate take into consideration that the resident has dug a dyke around the plot which appears to be to support drainage on the site which would indeed suggest that this is an area of high flood risk inappropriate to caravans being sited on it.

The informal hearing will be held on 7 June 2022 at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, County Hall, Cross Street, Beverley, HU17 9BA  


Planning Applications awaiting a decision by East Riding of Yorkshire Council:

21/01409/REM – Land South Of Avalon, Butt Lane, Tickton – Erection of 2 dwellings following Outline permission 19/03930/OUT (Layout, Access, Scale, Appearance and Landscaping to be considered.

Planning Inspectorate Appeal Case Reference: APP/E2001/W/20/3259415

T&RPC Comments: Strongly object and call in;
– Over development of the overall plot based on the footprint and height of each proposed dwelling.
– Risk of flooding from drainage and surface water. The Parish Council strongly recommend that ERYC consider the Land Drainage Team comments submitted to the original application (19/0390/PLF).

If approved, the following conditions be adopted;
– The build be restricted to single storey dwellings of a similar size to Avalon in order to balance the development area.
– To include suitable water attenuation plans to mitigate the impact of surface water run-off owing to the fragile state of the drainage systems within the village.
– The entire run of dykes be cleaned and continue to be maintained.
– Limit the building site start times as not to create a noise nuisance to households in the locality.
– Limit the workforce to park at Avalon as there is very little room to park on Green Lane and Butt Lane.
– Limit the delivery times of plant, machinery and materials to site as not to conflict with school arrival and departure times.
– The Parish Council supports the preservation of trees and fully supports the Tree Officers recommendations regarding the tree and landscaping scheme.

21/02176/PLF – Land East Of The New Inn 31  Main Street – Erection of a detached dwelling with associated access, parking, hard and soft landscaping following demolition of existing outbuildings (Retrospective application to retain dwelling as built following planning permission 16/02761/PLF) 

T&RPC Comments: The Parish Council strongly objects and calls this application in for consideration by the Planning Committee.

The Parish Council wholeheartedly agree with the comments submitted by members of the public and the Conservation Officers report.  It is wholly out of keeping with the area. It bears no resemblance to the original plans of the application approved in 2016.  It is overbearing and the materials are not as per previously approved plans nor in keeping with the neighbouring properties.  The applicant was fully aware that a property of this magnitude would not receive planning approval but has gone ahead anyway.  The parking space appears inadequate and the outdoor space is minimal in comparison to the size of the dwelling.  The development is within Flood Zone Rating 3, no updated flood risk analysis has been submitted which would address the difference in size between the current application and the 2016 approved plans.

21/04336/PLF – Storkhill Farm, Hull Bridge Road – Erection of two holiday cabins. 

T&RPC Comments: The Parish Council object due to the application being in open countryside and outside the Parish development limits. There is no perceived need for additional holiday accommodation in the Parish and there are concerns surrounding vehicular access onto the A1035.