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City Centre Conservation Area (CCCA) Appraisal and Management Plan

Meeting: 21/03/2024 - Council (Item 87)

87 City Centre Conservation Area (CCCA) Appraisal and Management Plan pdf icon PDF 135 KB

To consider the report of the Cabinet Member for Planning and Housing Strategy seeking approval for the adoption of the updated draft of the City Centre Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan as a Supplementary Planning Document.

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Minutes:


Meeting: 06/03/2024 - Cabinet (Item 104)

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To consider the report of the Cabinet Member for Planning and Housing Strategy seeking approval for the adoption of the updated draft of the City Centre Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan as a Supplementary Planning Document.

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Decision:

RECOMMENDED to Council that:

 

(1)       the City Centre Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan be approved as a Supplementary Planning Document with immediate effect;

 

(2)       the alteration of the boundary of the city centre conservation area be approved;

 

(3)       authority be delegated to the Head of Place, in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Planning and Housing, to obtain graphic design input for the layout of the document, add additional photographs and maps to the document, and to make any other necessary minor amendments, corrections and additions to the document prior to publication.

Minutes:

Cabinet considered the report of the Cabinet Member for Planning and Housing Strategy that sought approval for the adoption of the updated draft of the City Centre Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan as a Supplementary Planning Document.

 

The Cabinet Member for Planning and Housing Strategy summarised the report.  The Cabinet Member for Culture and Leisure commented that it brought into focus 2,000 years of history and would assist in its protection while we look to the future.  The Cabinet Member for Environment stated that conservation was paramount and that identifying a larger conservation area would be beneficial to the City.

 

RECOMMENDED to Council that:

 

(1)       the City Centre Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan be approved as a Supplementary Planning Document with immediate effect;

 

(2)       the alteration of the boundary of the city centre conservation area be approved;

 

(3)       authority be delegated to the Head of Place, in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Planning and Housing, to obtain graphic design input for the layout of the document, add additional photographs and maps to the document, and to make any other necessary minor amendments, corrections and additions to the document prior to publication.