The Committee considered the report.
In accordance with the public speaking arrangements, the Committee was addressed by an objector and was given 3 minutes to speak.
A general debate raised issues on whether conditions should be imposed and it was noted that this application had been granted with conditions by the Committee in 2017. A Motion was proposed (Councillor Stanton) and seconded (Councillor P Crowder) that those 2017 conditions be further added to this application and that the situation be monitored for 18 months.
Following consideration and a motion raised by Councillor Stanton and seconded by Councillor Crowder it was RESOLVED that PLANNING PERMISSION BE GRANTED.
The motion requested that the conditions from the 2017 planning application were to be implemented and monitoring by the Council for a period of 18 months would be required to ensure this.
The vote for the resolution to grant planning permission was granted by 4 votes in favour and 3 votes against with no abstentions. Councillors P Crowder, Smith, Stanton and Vincent voted in favour. Councillors Misir, O’Sullivan and Whitney voted against.