……..as Spark finally submit proposals for cladding their shipping container village
City of York Council has received notification from the Planning Inspectorate that the applicant for the Moor Lane planning application (18/02687/OUTM) has appealed the Council’s decision to refuse the outline permission for up to 516 residential units.
The Planning Inspectorate has notified the Council that the Inquiry will start on 12th November 2019 and it is anticipated that the Inquiry will sit for 12 days.
The Council will send notification of the appeal to any person who was notified or consulted about the application and any other interested persons who made representations.
If however the representation was part of a petition, each individual on the petition will not be notified by the Council.
They say, “We propose to attach to this frame a secondary timber structural frame which will be over clad with treated softwood or Siberian Larch battens of 50mm width running vertically with a 50mm gap forming a continuous wrap and palisade along the external boundary. The timber cladding will be overplanted with Clematis growing from planters situated at first floor level”.
The development reaches the end of its 3 year lease next June. We doubt very much whether even fast growing clematis will make much difference to its appearance during the intervening months.
NB. The Council has so far failed to say how much “profit share” they enjoyed from the Spark lease last year.