Planning application by trampoline company bounced into touch

News / Thu 28th May 2020 at 08:25am

A PLANNING application by a popular trampoline fitness company has been bounced into touch by Harlow Council’s planning committee.

The meeting was held on line via zoom and YouTube.

Bounce had sought what is called “retrospective” planning permission for a change of use of Enterprise House on Perry Road near Staple Tye to change one area from Storage and Distribution to Sports, Recreation, Warehousing and Beauty.

Bounce’s owner Kimberlee Perry spoke and firstly detailed the success of her organisation. She detailed the number of awards they had won as well as the work they had done for fitness in Harlow.

This was echoed by assistant principal of Harlow College, Julien Sample who detailed the partnership work brokered between the two organisations.

An objection was raised by Wassim Mughal of Akhter Computers on Perry Road. He detailed the parking problems in the busy industrial estate.

Mr Mughal also stated: “We have tried to engage Bounce but without success.”

The councillors on the committee said they were keen to help Bounce and suggested that the application be deferred so that officers and the applicants could discuss things further.

Cllr Mike Danvers said: “We want to know how we can help”.

The committee agreed to defer the application.

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