agenda was last updated on 2013-07-15 by JP]
for the Conservation Meeting of
19:30 in the lounge bar of the “Black Bull”
a. Chair: Mr Ian Deans will chair
c. Minutes: Acceptance or amendment to the
minutes of the previous meeting [as emailed on 25th June, and
viewable in the member’s area], prior to their being published on our web
1) ID’s report on our attendance at
the Ecclesfield Park Community
Garden Open Day last Sunday.
2) Discussion of the Ecclesfield
Archive, prior to the Archiving Meeting on 31st July. [Members
can see Darren Ward’s minutes of the previous meeting and other documents by
clicking on the link in their email].
3) Our new constitution (to
see what is currently proposed, members can click on the link in their email,
or go the members area or our web site. Then click “changes to the
5) Bank Accounts - update from MM.
7) “Boundary” planters project.
9) An opportunity to bring up any
problems anybody spots in Sheffield City Council’s new City
Polices and Sites document, before their “pre-submission”
consultation closes on 2nd August 2013.
x. A chance for
members to bring up any of the New Planning Applications below
Any other business.
Date of Next meeting.
- We received
a request for information about the Conservation Group from Molly Lynch, a
reporter at The Star. If there is anything anybody wants us to mention,
(or perhaps even things that they think should not be mentioned), please
bring it up in any other business.
- We been
loaned a copy of amateur historian, Michael Dyson’s book. “Cutlers of
Shotnell Farm”, which we have made available on 4conservation.ecclesfieldgroups.com/historical
books and leaflets/by Michael Dyson/. Mr Dyson is looking for other
information on the local Dyson family in order to complete his next book,
and welcomes queries and information.
z. New Planning
of a tree (Ecclesfield Conservation Area)
Church Street Ecclesfield Sheffield S35 9WE
No: 13/02165/TCA | Received: Fri 28 Jun 2013 | Validated: Mon 01 Jul 2013 |
Status: Pending Consideration
Online location pdf is completely black, so I don’t know where this is.]
of a sheltered bund for metal skips and waste bins
1 Provincial Park Nether Lane Sheffield S35 9ZX
No: 13/02136/FUL | Received: Thu 06 Jun 2013 | Validated: Thu 27 Jun 2013 |
Status: Pending Consideration
This is a 4.5 metre high structure, at the other side o the car park to Nether
All the above
were found using Ward = "East Ecclesfield", Parish =
"Ecclesfield Parish Council", "Validated from"30 May to 16
Previous Planning Applications still Pending
Compensation (of value + 10%) is to be made
available to home owners within 120 meters of the route of the HS2.
of 5 illuminated fascia signs
- 97 Green Lane Ecclesfield Sheffield S35 9WY
13/01429/ADV | Received: Fri 26 Apr 2013 | Validated: Wed 29 May 2013 | Status:
[All signs appear
to be on the front of the old Kitchen centre building, and small, new glazed
showroom entrance canopy. The highest sign is 1.5 meters high. They might be
of a dwellinghouse - resubmission of planning application 12/01322/FUL
Land Adjacent 32 Mellor Lea Farm
Dive And At Rear Of 40 Mellor Lea Farm Drive Johnson Lane Ecclesfield Sheffield
Ref. No: 13/00673/FUL | Received:
Fri 01 Mar 2013 | Validated: Thu 14 Mar 2013 | Status: Pending Consideration
[The plan shows this to be a new
detached, three bedroom house, with two floors and a loft windows, fronting
directly on to Jonson Lane. The proposed house looks very close to the 2/3
story flats to its left, perhaps in order to make room for the lawn and
retention of a large tree to the right. An existing, low level dry stone wall
on the right would be replaced by a new fence, but this is towards the back of
the house, and I don’t think it would be visible from Johnson Lane.
Use of building for Class A4
(Drinking Establishments) purposes
The Players Lounge 20 Yew Lane
Sheffield S5 9AN
Ref. No: 13/00533/CHU | Received:
Thu 14 Feb 2013 | Validated: Thu 14 Feb 2013 | Status: Pending Consideration
[This is for a change of use from
D2 (Club) to A4 (drinking establishment). The club seems to have deteriorated
recently, with the Police having attended late in the night on the last two
weekends. On the first occasion the Police had to endure being shouted at, and
the second time, they had to isolate the club by roping Yew Lane off. Note that
the club have also made an application for an extension of hours to 1:30 on
weekend mornings, as indicated in a note to the minutes of the last meeting.
Planning Applications Granted
Planning Applications Rejected
The first two word files appear blank on the licensing
web site, so I don’t know whether there are any changes we should be aware
from Conservation Group emails, just email