Official Govt & Legal Notices For May 15th 2019

May 15, 2019

The official Government and Legal notices for today [May 15] include public notification, boards appointments, acting appointments and road sobriety checkpoint notice.

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Acting Appointment: Postmaster General, Bermuda Post Office – Amended

  • Notice Type: Government Notice
  • Notice Sub Type: Acting Appointments
  • Notice ID: GN0630/2019
  • Amended Notice ID: GN0167/2018
  • Department: Cabinet Headquarters
  • Publication date: 15 May 2019

Susan Moore-Williams, Senior Legal Aid Counsel, Ministry of Legal Affairs has been appointed to act as Postmaster General, Bermuda Post Office from 5th March 2019 – 9th May 2019 inclusive,

Derrick S. Binns JP, Ph.D.
Head of the Public Service

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Acting Appointment: Registrar, Registry General

  • Notice Type: Government Notice
  • Notice Sub Type: Acting Appointments
  • Notice ID: GN0623/2019
  • Department: Cabinet Headquarters
  • Publication date: 15 May 2019

Ms. Denise Carey, Assistant Registrar General [Vital & General Registration], Registry General has been appointed to act as Registrar, Registry General from 27 – 31 May 2019.

Derrick S. Binns, JP, Ph.D.
Head of the Public Service

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Acting Appointment: Permanent Secretary, Ministry Of Home Affairs

  • Notice Type: Government Notice
  • Notice Sub Type: Acting Appointments
  • Notice ID: GN0624/2019
  • Department: Cabinet Headquarters
  • Publication date: 15 May 2019

Mr. Aubrey Pennyman, Registrar, Registry General has been appointed to act as Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs from 10 – 14 June,: 2019.

Derrick S. Binns, JP, Ph.D.
Head of the Public Service

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Acting Appointment: Director, Transport Control Department

  • Notice Type: Government Notice
  • Notice Sub Type: Acting Appointments
  • Notice ID: GN0625/2019
  • Department: Cabinet Headquarters
  • Publication date: 15 May 2019

Mr. Terry Spencer, Assistant Director, Transport Control Department has been appointed to act as Director, Transport Control Department from 7th – 14th June, 2019.

Derrick S. Binns, JP, Ph.D.
Head of the Public Service

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Acting Appointment: Director, Department Of Community And Cultural Affairs

  • Notice Type: Government Notice
  • Notice Sub Type: Acting Appointments
  • Notice ID: GN0626/2019
  • Department: Cabinet Headquarters
  • Publication date: 15 May 2019

Mrs. Kim Dismont Robinson, Folklife Officer, Department of Community and Cultural Affairs has been appointed to act as Director, Department of Community and Cultural Affairs from June 5, 2019 to December 6, 2019 inclusive.

Derrick S. Binns JP, Ph.D.
Head of the Public Service

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Acting Appointment: Permanent Secretary, Ministry Of Labour, Community Affairs And Sports

  • Notice Type: Government Notice
  • Notice Sub Type: Acting Appointments
  • Notice ID: GN0627/2019
  • Department: Cabinet Headquarters
  • Publication date: 15 May 2019

Mr. George Outerbridge, Director, Department of Workforce Development has been appointed to act as Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Labour, Community Affairs and Sports from 6th – 16th June, 2019 inclusive.

Derrick S. Binns JP, Ph.D.
Head of the Public Service

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Acting Appointment: Permanent Secretary, Ministry Of Labour, Community Affairs And Sports

  • Notice Type: Government Notice
  • Notice Sub Type: Acting Appointments
  • Notice ID: GN0628/2019
  • Department: Cabinet Headquarters
  • Publication date: 15 May 2019

Mr. George Outerbridge, Director, Department of Workforce Development has been appointed to act as Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Labour, Community Affairs and Sports from 17th – 23rd June, 2019 inclusive.

Derrick S. Binns JP, Ph.D.
Head of the Public Service

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Road Sobriety Checkpoint [No.7] Notice

  • Notice Type: Government Notice
  • Notice Sub Type: Road Sobriety Checkpoint Notice
  • Notice ID: GN0629/2019
  • Department: Bermuda Police Service
  • Publication date: 15 May 2019

The Assistant Commissioner of Police, in compliance with the requirement of section 35BD[1] of the Road Traffic Act 1947, gives the following Notice:

Road Sobriety Checkpoint Notice [No. 7] 2019 here [PDF]:

Road Sobriety Checkpoint (No. 7) Notice 2019

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Acting Appointment: Postmaster General, Bermuda Post Office

  • Notice Type: Government Notice
  • Notice Sub Type: Acting Appointments
  • Notice ID: GN0631/2019
  • Department: Cabinet Headquarters
  • Publication date: 15 May 2019

Sarai Belboda, Human Resources Coordinator, Bermuda Post Office has been appointed to act as Postmaster General, Bermuda Post Office from 10th – 16th May 2019.

Derrick S. Binns JP, Ph.D.
Head of the Public Service

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Liquor Licensing Authority

  • Notice Type: Government Notice
  • Notice Sub Type: Boards Appointments
  • Notice ID: GN0632/2019
  • Department: Ministry Level
  • Publication date: 15 May 2019

The Minister of Legal Affairs, as the Minister responsible for liquor licensing, makes the following appointments -

Liquor Licensing Authority

Liquor Licence Act 1974

Marc Daniels— Chairman
Kendaree Burgess— Deputy Chairman
Clyde Darrell
Kevin Smith
Anthony Santucci
Thomas Christopher Famous
Tanya Esdaille

Document Upload:
The full Liquor Licensing Authority- Government Notice 15 May 2019 here [PDF]

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Development Applications Board Minutes – Wednesday, 8 May 2019

  • Notice Type: Government Notice
  • Notice Sub Type: Public Notification
  • Notice ID: GN0633/2019
  • Department: Planning
  • Publication date: 15 May 2019

Development Applications Board: Minutes

Minutes of a meeting held on Wednesday, 8 May 2019, at 8:45am at the 5th Floor, Dame Lois Browne-Evans Building, 58 Court Street, Hamilton HM: 12.

Present:

Mrs. Wendy Dunne [Acting Chairman] Mrs. Alice Lightbourne [Board Member] Ms.: Cynthia: Millett: [Board: Member] Ms. Charlita Saltus [Board Member] Corporation of Hamilton Representative Chief Fire Officer, ex-officio

Corporation of St. George Representative: Ms. Victoria Pereira [Senior Planning Officer] Mrs. Tamsyn Doran: [Planner]

Mrs. Dolores Beraldo-Vasquez [Planner] Mr. Maceo Dill [Assistant: Planner]

Mr. Paul McDonald

Ms. Cheryl Wright [Administrative: Assistant]

Apologies:

Mr. Dexter Johnston, Chairman [off Island] Mr. Denis de Frias [off: Island]

Mr. Wayne Dill [off Island] Mr. Dalton Brangman

Applications

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Black,: Lyndon
1 Curving Avenue, Pembroke

Demolish Existing Cottage. Proposed Mixed Use Building with Basement Storage, 1st: Floor Auto Service Garage, 2nd Floor Office and 1 Residential Dwelling Unit [1 Unit total].

P0431/18

Type: Final Decision: Approve

Planner: Maceo Dill

Discussion: The technical officer presented the application details to the Board. The Board Resolved to support the technical officer’s recommendation of approval with an added condition stating the proposed parking must meet the Draft Bermuda Plan 2018 standards, reducing proposed parking to 9 spaces. The Fire Department stamp must be included with the Building Permit application submission.

The Board Resolved:

To approve the application, as received 12 December, 2018 subject to the following condition[s]:

The development hereby permitted shall begin before the expiration of 2 [two] years from the date of this permission.

For the avoidance of doubt the consent hereby granted is for planning permission only. Prior to the commencement of building operations a separate application for a building permit that is in compliance with the applicable Building Code must be: made and approved.

A Construction Methodology Plan containing details of [e. g. temporary construction access/ neighbours' permission for grant of access/delineation of any required: staging and storage areas/construction of related encroachments onto adjoining properties/potential negative impacts on adjoining properties during construction]: and the proposed mitigation measures, shall be submitted to the Department of Planning for review and approval prior to the submission of a building permit application.

In the interest of the visual amenity, the hereby approved wall[s] shall be erected with Bermuda stone, faced with Bermuda stone or plaster rendered prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Completion and: Occupancy.

In the interest of visual amenity, there shall be no deposition or storage of excavated material on site and all excess unused material shall be removed from the siteduring the course of building operations and prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Completion and Occupancy.

In order to avoid the discharge of surface water onto the public road, provision shall be made for the control and disposal of storm water within the curtilage of the application site. Such measures shall be provided prior to the issuance of a: Certificate of Completion and: Occupancy.

In the interests of visual amenity, the entire site subject of this application shall be landscaped in accordance with the hereby approved plans prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Completion and Occupancy. Any trees or shrubs shown on: approved plans which are removed, which die or which become seriously diseased or damaged shall be replaced by trees and/or shrubs of similar pot size, growth size: and species to those originally required to be: planted.

Parking and maneuvering spaces for 16 cars and 7 cycles shall be established for use in accordance with Policies TPT.20 and TPT.25, Chapter 12 of the Draft Bermuda Plan 2018 Planning Statement, prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Completion and Occupancy.

Prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Use and Occupancy Permit, appropriate signage relating to the one way vehicular system as shown on approved plans shall be installed.

The plans associated with the building permit submission shall identify the specific area of the repair garage level to be designated for restricted waste items.

For the avoidance of doubt, the use of the hereby approved access located in the northeast corner of the property is restricted to employee service access only.

The building permit plans must identify a slope in the grade of the repair garage floor level and location of a below grade collection pit for waste oils for the review and approval by the Department of Planning in conjunction with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.

The building permit submission must include appropriate documentation to confirm that the Corporation of Hamilton has provided authorization and confirmation of the sewer connection to the site.

The proposed parking must meet the Draft Bermuda Plan 2018 standards, reducing proposed parking to 9 spaces. The Fire Department stamp must be included with the Building Permit application: submission.

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2.Warwick: Academy,

87 Harbour Road, Warwick

Proposed Marine Science Lab Building, Pergola and Deck, Access Path, Parking [for 1 Car], Access Stairs, Storage Room, Classroom and Changing Room, Installation of a Closed Septic System, Saltwater Lab System and Eco-garden with Associated Landscaping.

P0399/18

Type: Final Decision: Approve

Planner:: Dolores Beraldo-Vazquez

Discussion: The technical officer presented the application details to the Board. The Bermuda Fire Service asked whether they had been consulted when the application was submitted? The technical officer Confirmed she had discussed this with the agent.

The agent had submitted a copy of the fire certificate associated with the main school building and was advised to consult with the BFRS to see whether it was applicable to the proposed development or a separate one needed to be issued. There is no evidence this occurred. The Board Resolved to support: the technical officer’s recommendation to approve the application with an added condition that: a Fire Department Certificate must be submitted with the building permit application.

The Board Resolved:

To approve the application, as received 19 November, 2018 and revised 27 March 2019, 8 April

2019 with additional information received 3 May 2019, 6 May 2019 subject to the following condition[s]:

The development hereby permitted shall begin before the expiration of 2 [two] years from the date of this permission.

For the avoidance of doubt the consent hereby granted is for planning permission only. Prior to the commencement of building operations a separate application for a building permit that is in compliance with the applicable Building Code must be: made and approved.

If during construction a previously undetected cave is discovered, the applicant shall cease all construction operations and immediately contact the Departments of Planning and Environment and Natural Resources to re-evaluate building options and agree on a suitable course of action. Construction operations shall not recommence until the approved option has been agreed in: writing.

The hereby approved Conservation Management Plan shall be substantially implemented prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Completion and Occupancy. A request for inspection of the plantings/works undertaken shall be made in writing: to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and copied to the Department of Planning. Approval of the inspection will be required prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Completion and Occupancy. If any trees or shrubs: shown on approved plans are removed, die or become seriously diseased or damaged, they shall be replaced by trees and shrubs of similar size and species to those originally required to be planted.

In the interest of the visual amenity, the hereby approved wall[s] shall be erected with Bermuda stone, faced with Bermuda stone or plaster rendered prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Completion and: Occupancy.

In the interest of visual amenity, there shall be no deposition or storage of excavated material on site and all excess unused material shall be removed from the siteduring the course of building operations and prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Completion and Occupancy.

Prior to the issuance of a building permit, plans stamped and certified by a Registered Structural Engineer shall be submitted to and approved by the Ministry of Public Works Structures: Section.

The Building Permit application must be accompanied by plans stamped by the Bermuda Fire and Rescue: Service.

A Construction Methodology Plan containing details of [e. g. temporary construction access/transportation management/potential negative impacts on adjoining: properties during construction] and the proposed mitigation measures, shall be submitted to the Department of Planning for review and approval prior to the submission of a building permit: application.

Advice Note:

The Board wishes to advise that a Protected Species Licence will required to be obtained from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources to hold any protected marine species in the: tanks.

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Island Properties Limited, 10 Marsh Lane, Devonshire
Proposed Subdivision to Create 3 Additional Lots [total of 4 Lots].

S0032/18

Type: Final Decision: Defer

Planner: Paul McDonald

Discussion: The technical officer presented the application details to the Board. The Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service Officer expressed concern that the Bermuda Fire & Rescue Servicehad not been consulted prior to submission of this application. His concern was specifically

over the size of the access road to the new additional lots. He felt that the 12ft wide road would not allow emergency vehicles suitable access in the event of a fire and recommended that 14ft should be required.: Technical officers advised that the current application is for subdivisiononly and any subsequent DAP1 application would require prior approval of the Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service, therefore the access could be widened at this time if necessary. The Board maintained the view that a plan of subdivision should not include a right of way of insufficient width.

The application was therefore deferred pending consultation with the Agent over this issue.

The Board Resolved:

To defer the application, as received 26 November, 2018 pending further consultation with the agent/applicant on the access road

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Jennings,: Sandra
Bartram Island, Mullet Bay Road, St. George’s

Proposed In-Principle Application for a Single Storey, 2 Bedroom House with Garage, Water Tank, Cesspits, Porches and Hard Surfacing on Existing Causeway with Adequate Parking and Turnaround for Vehicles on: Island.

P0010/19

Type: In Principle: Decision: Approve

Planner: Paul McDonald

Discussion: The technical officer presented the application details to the Board. The Board Resolved to support the technical officer’s recommendation.

The Board Resolved:

To approve the in principle application, as received 9 January, 2019 subject to the following condition[s]:

The development hereby permitted shall begin either before the expiration of 2 [two] years from the date of this permission, or the expiration of 2 [two] years from the final approval of reserved matters or, in the case of approval on different dates, the final approval of the last such matter to be: approved.

Notwithstanding the fact that this application seeks in principle approval only, those details relating to siting and layout, site coverage, building height, building lines, access and parking provision are hereby approved. The Board reserves for its final approval all details, defined as reserved matters, relating to use, density of units, design, external appearance and: landscaping.

The final development application must confirm that any proposed cesspit is sited at least 40 feet from the high water mark and have at least 4 feet of natural rock from its base to the high water mark [measured: vertically].

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5.Clearwater: Development, 90 South Road,: Warwick

Proposed 7 Unit Tourist Development with Associated Excavation, Landscaping and Sewage Treatment Plant [Building: 9].

P0013/19

Type: Final Decision: Approve

Planner: Paul McDonald

Discussion: The technical officer presented the application details to the Board. Concern was expressed by the Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service Officer that the Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service had not been consulted prior to submission of this application. Specific concern related to the width of the access road and the inability of emergency vehicles being able to access the site. Technical officers presented a fire certificate application and the approval stamp of the Bermuda Fire Service on the plans of this application to the Board, confirming that the BFRS was, in fact, consulted prior to submission of the application. Technical officers also highlighted that the previous in-principal approval included details of the access road, socannot be revisited at this time, and stressed that the current application represents only a minor intensification of this in-principal approval. The Board Resolved to support the technical officer’s recommendation to approve the application with a notation on the Planning drawingsto show widening of the road and a condition to indicate the widening of the road.

The Board Resolved:

To approve the application, as received 9 January, 2019 and revised 29 January 2019, 27 February 2019 with additional information received 18 February 2019 subject to the following condition[s]:

The development hereby permitted shall begin before the expiration of 2 [two] years from the date of this permission.

For the avoidance of doubt the consent hereby granted is for planning permission only. Prior to the commencement of building operations a separate application for a building permit that is in compliance with the applicable Building Code must be: made and approved.

In the interest of visual amenity, there shall be no deposition or storage of excavated material on site and all excess unused material shall be removed from the siteduring the course of building operations and prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Completion and Occupancy.

In order to protect lands within the Coastal Reserve Conservation Base Zone, protective fencing no less than 4 [four] feet in height shall be erected prior to the commencement of building operations, as shown on the hereby approved plans. All protective fencing shall be retained in place during the period of buildingoperations. For the avoidance of doubt, there shall be no storage of construction materials or equipment within the Conservation Base Zone during the course of building operations.

In the interests of visual amenity, the entire site subject of this application shall be landscaped in accordance with the hereby approved plans prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Completion and Occupancy. Any trees or shrubs shown on: approved plans which are removed, which die or which become seriously diseased or damaged shall be replaced by trees and shrubs of similar size and species to those originally required to be: planted.

The submission of a building permit application shall include all details associated with the septic tank which shall be a two compartment tank with treated effluent disposal via a sand filter or borehole. All details must be accompanied by written approval from the Department of Environmental and Natural Resources and the installation of the septic tank and sand filter/borehole shall be approved by that Department prior to the issuance of a Certification of Completion and Occupancy.

In order to maintain the stability of the proposed rock cut, a management plan for the prevention of the growth of invasive species within 15 feet of the top of the rock cut, as indicated on the hereby approved plans, shall be submitted and approved prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Completion and Occupancy and: implemented thereafter.

The submission of a building permit application shall include full details of the widening of the entire site access to at least 16 feet, as indicated on the hereby approved plans and must be accompanied by written approval from the Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service. The access widening shall be completed in accordance with the approved details prior to the issuance of a Certification of Completion and Occupancy for the permit associated with the hereby approved Building no. 9.

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6.Brincadeira: Trust, 5 Mission Heights, Paget

Proposed Agricultural Storage Shed with Tank: Below.

P0099/19

Type: Final Decision: Refuse

Planner: Tamsyn Doran

Discussion: The technical officer presented the application details to the Board. The Board Resolved to support the technical officer’s recommendation to refuse the application.

The Board Resolved:

To refuse the application, as received: 3 April, 2019 for the following reason[s]:

Policy ZON.15 [2], Chapter 3 of the Draft Bermuda Plan 2018 Planning Statement is not met in that the provisions of the Section 34 Agreement, associated with the lot, are not met. Alternative locations, to accommodate all development, exist within the negotiated Residential 1 zoning which could easily accommodate a structure without encroachment. As such the proposal does not maintain, preserve or: enhance the agricultural integrity of the land.

Policy ZON.5, Chapter 3 of the Draft Bermuda Plan 2018 Planning Statement is not met in that development can easily be sited within the agreed Residential 1 zoning to protect, preserve and carefully manage the conservation area.

Policy ZON.9 [3], Chapter 3 of the Draft Bermuda Plan 2018 Planning Statement is not met in that the development area does not impose an exceptional limitation on the size of the residential development. Further, the size of the development and its site coverage have not been kept to a practical minimum and the location and siting have not been designed to have the least impact on the conservation area and to retain good quality soil but rather will require a dedicated access which removes: even more agricultural land from the site.

Policy AGR.4, Chapter 21 of the Draft Bermuda Plan 2018 Planning Statement is not met in that the development can easily be sited within the development area beyond the boundaries of the Reserve.

Policy AGR.9, Chapter 21 of the Draft Bermuda Plan 2018 Planning Statement is not met in that an access already exists within the site at the eastern end which could provide access to a structure if sited within the development area negating the need for an additional access and further encroachment into the conservation area.

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7.Lindo, Donna

1 Tribe Road No 1, Devonshire

Proposal to Demolish Existing Building and Construct a New Mixed Use Development [ Single and Two Storey] for Residential [3 Units] and Light industrial Storage Use.

P0071/19

Type: In Principle: Decision: Refuse

Planner: Tamsyn Doran

Discussion: The technical officer presented the application details to the Board. The Board Resolved to support the technical officer’s recommendation to refuse the application.

The Board Resolved:

To refuse the in principle application, as received 6 March, 2019 and revised 3 May 2019 for the following reason[s]:

1. The application does not comply with Policy RSD.42[2], Chapter 27 of the Draft Bermuda Plan 2018 in that a new industrial development is proposed on the site which is zoned Residential 2 and is not: permitted.

Any Other Business

P0299/18 – P0299/18

Mr. Odwin Berkeley Jr.

22 Sound View Road, Sandys

The technical officer presented the deferred application details to the Board. One member asked for the comparable sizes to be clarified.: The Technical Officer Confirmed this is a vacant lot of land zoned Coastal Reserve. Once the lot structure was Confirmed, the agent was advised the lot could either be developed with an accessory structure with a maximum site coverage of: 250 square feet or a recreational cottage with a maximum of 600 square feet.: The application: was revised to a recreational cottage with a proposed site coverage of 440 square feet, larger than the initial studio unit proposed at 290 square feet. The Board resoved to support the: technical officer’s recommendation to approve the application with an added Advice Note which states “The applicant shall consult with the Ministry of Public Works to obtain the required permission for trenching across a public: road.”

Chairman

Confirmed

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Development Applications Committee Minutes – Friday, 10 May 2019

  • Notice Type: Government Notice
  • Notice Sub Type: Public Notification
  • Notice ID: GN0634/2019
  • Department: Planning
  • Publication date: 15 May 2019

Development Applications Committee: Minutes

Minutes Date:

Friday, 10 May 2019

Report Date: 15 May, 2019

Committee Members present were:

Ms. Cynthia Millett [Board Member]

Applications are listed by parish, sorted west to east, with City of Hamilton & Corporation of St. George grouped separately. Within each parish, applications are sorted by number.

Approved and refused applications are included on this report. Where appropriate, reference titles are listed for any standard conditions. “Other” indicates additional, non-standard conditions.

Warwick

P0038/19: Swan Alec

1 Downing Lane, Warwick

[Received: 31 Jan, 2019]

[Revised: 26 April 2019] [Addl Info: 27 March 2019]

Proposed New Dwelling Unit [3 Units Total], New Swimming Pool, Basement Storage and New Cesspits.

Approved

Planner: Tamsyn Doran

Conditions:

Planning Permission
Landscaping – Protection of Existing vegetation

Building Permit – General
Outdoor Space – Private Amenity: -2008 Plan

Highways – Run-off Disposal
Parking

Pembroke

P0084/19: Trelawney Court

1 Trelawney Lane, Pembroke

[Received: 21 Mar, 2019]

Proposed 6 ft. Max Height Privacy Fence Along Boundary.

Approved

Planner: Maceo Dill

Conditions:

Planning Permission

Building Permit – General

P0108/19: Pacheco Antonio

Tatems Hill, Pembroke

[Received: 4 Apr, 2019]

Proposal to Excavate out Basement to form Storage Rooms, New Stairway and New Powder Room on Lower Floor.

Approved

Planner: Maceo Dill

Conditions:

- Planning Permission -: Building Permit – General

Devonshire

P0085/19: First Baptist Church

Oleander Lane, Devonshire
Proposed Vinyl Storage Shed [8ft. x 15 ft.].

[Received: 25 Mar, 2019]

Approved

Planner: Maceo Dill

Conditions:

Planning Permission

Building Permit – General

P0104/19: Macadamia Trust

25 Parsons Lane, Devonshire

[Received: 4 Apr, 2019]

Request for Extension of Time – Approval Granted for Proposed 40ft Hydroponic Container [previously approved P0064/16].

Approved

Planner: Maceo Dill

Conditions:

Planning Permission

Building Permit – General

Time Limits – Building

Hamilton

P0088/19: The Stanhope Trust

6 Hexham Drive, Hamilton

[Received: 27 Mar, 2019]

Proposed Renovation of Existing House, New Driveway and Turnaround, Replace Existing Cesspits with 2 Double Chamber Cesspits, New Garage, Water Tank, Covered Entrance & Covered Porch, New Pool House with Pump Room Below.

Approved

Planner: Paul McDonald

Conditions:

Planning Permission
Highways – Run-off Disposal

Building Permit – General
Landscaping – Proposed

Design – Bermuda Stone Wall

 

P0095/19: Westend Properties Ltd.

183 Middle Road, Southampton Proposed Commerical Floating Dock.

[Received: 2 Apr, 2019]

Approved

Planner: Tamsyn Doran

Conditions:

Planning Permission
Other

Building Permit – General

Foreshore Agreement

Advice Note: For the avoidance of doubt the hereby approved dock shall be registered with the Department of Marine and Ports who will issue a current decal.

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The following requests for Renewal of planning permission are recommended for approval by the Development Applications Board. All planning conditions pertaining to the original planning permission still apply.

Sandys

P0129/15: Soares, Dr.: Jay Jay

2 Ely’s Harbour, Sandys

[Received: 23 Mar, 2015]

[Addl Info: 23 July 2015]

Proposed Detached Third [3rd] Dwelling Unit [3 Bedroom Cottage], Includes Construction of Storage Building and New Cess Pit

Approved

Planner: Dolores Beraldo-Vazquez

Conditions:

Planning Permission

Excavated Material – Storage

- Building Permit – Where Existing Building Permit

- Conservation Management Plan – Inspection

City of Hamilton

P0059/17: Marshall Worx Ltd.

11 Burnaby Street, City of Hamilton 9 Burnaby Street, City of Hamilton

[Received: 14 Feb, 2017]

[Revised: 5 April 2017]

Proposed Renovations to Create Six New One Bedroom Dwelling Units and One New Two Bedroom Dwelling Unit. Addition of 4th and 5th Storey. [9 Total Dwelling Units].

Approved

Planner: Dolores Beraldo-Vazquez

Conditions:

- Planning Permission -: Building Permit – General

Confirmed

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