Cllr David Elderton (Conservative spokesperson): Maybe after we have instructions to vote.
Cllr Steve Foulkes: Oh well I’ll hold this discussion and think I’ll find we have a bit of a discussion.
Cllr Bernie Mooney (Chair): So what will we do?
Cllr David Elderton (Conservative spokesperson): Yes, again we have this situation where a site visit was most beneficial particularly the three-dimensional view on the ground that the impact would likely to occur and would result in this development taking place. I must say I have to agree with errm Steve that the concern about the impact on the area and the changing character of the area so errm I was unhappy about the development and it’s potential to do so. I’ll declare my powder dry until I see what Steve moves and I’m certainly unhappy about that and I’m not happy with the procedures in place. Thank you. Thank you.
Cllr Bernie Mooney (Chair): Errm, I’m just going to say briefly to you that I have family and declare an interest in this item which I do and I’m extremely errm underestimated that the challenge, very late and it’s interesting, so has anybody else got any other comments before we go back to Steve? Steve?
Cllr Steve Foulkes: Whilst I hear issues around community safety, err and those issues I don’t personally think, err I haven’t seen the border treatment to many of the plots in that area that lies at making community safety worse or better and I don’t think the highways issue is one that we could reject in terms of movements to new extension properties are probably minimal err given it’s in a residential area.
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