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Type of Application:Full Application
Status:Application Refused
Address of Proposal:St Peter's Factory, Wells Road, Westfield, Radstock, Bath And North East Somerset, BA3 3UP
Proposal:Erection of foodstore and petrol filling station with associated development.
Decision Type:Planning Committee
Applicant Name:Sainsbury's Supermarkets Ltd & CFH Total Document Management
Agent Name:WYG Planning And Environment
Agent Address:Ropemaker Court, 12 Lower Park Row, Bristol, BS1 5BN, , FAO: Chris Hays, Associate Director
Case Officer Name:Sarah James
Date Application Received:06/12/2012
Date Application Validated:09/01/2013
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:18/03/2013
Standard Consultations sent on:18/03/2013
Last advertised on:17/01/2013
Latest Site Notice posted on:21/01/2013
Expiry Date for Consultation :11/02/2013
Actual Committee Date:13/03/2013
For details of this Development Control Committee Meeting please visit the Councils Democracy Website.
Target Decision Date10/04/2013
Date Decision Issued:18/03/2013
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ConstraintsCoal - Standing Advice Area,Tree Preservation Order,Sites with Planning Permission,Forest of Avon,Agric Land Class 3b,4,5
Related Property:St Peter's Factory,Wells Road,Westfield,Radstock,BA3 3UP.
Related Property:St Peter's Park Social Club,Cobblers Way,Westfield,Radstock,BA3 3BX.
Related Property:St Peter's Park,Cobblers Way,Westfield,Radstock,
Reference Proposal Application Received
15/00960/FUL .Lengthening of existing external staircase and installation of edge protection to the factory roof.02/03/2015
12/05418/FUL .Erection of foodstore and petrol filling station with associated development.06/12/2012
04/01419/FUL .Redevelopment at St Peters Factory and Jewson sites comprising 103 no. residential units, 7 no. business units, recreational facilities and associated parking, access and landscape works22/04/2004

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