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Current Consultations

Planning Applications to be considered at the Parish Council meeting to be held on 18 January 2021

20/04029/PLF – Court Yard Barn,  Hull Bridge Road – Erection of two domestic outbuildings (PC comments deadline extended to 19 January 2021)

20/03720/STPLF – Land North Of East Riding Community Hospital, Swinemoor Lane, Beverley – Erection of a petrol filling station and associated convenience store (Sui Generis), 2 drive thru units (Class E) and 6 industrial units (Class E/B2/B8) and associated infrastructure, 171 parking spaces and landscaping – (PC comments deadlines extended to 19 January 2021)



20/03443/PLF14 Carr Lane, Tickton – Erection of garden room/home office outbuilding to rear, external alterations to the existing dwelling and construction of hard standing to front 

T&RPC Comments: No objection. If approved conditions to include suitable water attenuation plans to mitigate the impact of surface water run-off and that the garden room/home office outbuilding should not be used as a residential dwelling.

20/03699/PLF– 61 Green Lane Tickton – Erection of bay window to front, entrance canopy to side and single storey extension to rear 

T&RPC Comments: No objection.  If approved conditions to include;

20/03800/STVAR – Heron Lakes, Main Road, Routh – Variation of condition 2 (approved plans) of planning permission 17/04154/STPLF (Change of use of land for the siting of an additional 187 holiday accommodation (131 holiday lodges/static caravans and 56 camping pods/yurts), erection of a reception/office, bistro/gym, toilet/shower blocks, MUGA, play area and associated landscaping, drainage and engineering works) to allow amendments to the layout of the holiday accommodation 

T&RPC Comments: No objection.  If approved conditions to include planting additional trees and/or hedge screening to the south eastern corner of the site.

20/03891/PLF – 29 Green Lane, Tickton – Erection of a single storey extension to side and rear

T&RPC Comments: Object on the basis of historical flooding and drainage issues. 

If approved conditions to include;


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).  

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.

Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) the informal hearing scheduled to commence at 10:00am on 23 April 2020 at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, County Hall, Cross Street, Beverley, HU17 9BA is postponed until further notice.

 19/03930/OUT – Land South Of Avalon, Butt Lane – Outline – Erection of two dwellings (All Matters Reserved) – AMENDED PLANS.

T&RPC Resolved:  The PC agreed to respond to the Planning Inspectorate as follows: –

Strongly object;

  • The proposed development is not in keeping with the existing curtilage.
  • Over development of the overall plot.
  • The land is not suitable for development due to risk of flooding; soakaways will not work sufficiently; flood and surface water will be displaced to surrounding properties.
  • The Parish is not, in the opinion of the Parish Council, a Primary Village.

If approved, the following conditions be adopted;

  • The build be restricted to a single bungalow of a similar size to Avalon in order to balance the development area.
  • No approval should be granted prior to the applicant submitting a plan of how both surface water and foul water will be dealt with. This is owing to the fragile state of both of these drainage systems within the village. The existing sewerage system is archaic and often blocks in various parts of the village.
  • The entire run of dykes be cleaned and continue to be maintained.
  • The preservation of trees, and in accordance with the Tree Officers recommendations. Should any of the trees fail, be damaged or removed within 5 years of permission being granted, they should be replaced with trees of similar or same type and size.  

Hearing dates to be confirmed by the Planning Inspectorate.