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Planning Applications Reference:18/04396/FUL

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Type of Application:Full Application
Status:Application Permitted
Address of Proposal:37 High Street, Twerton, Bath, Bath And North East Somerset, BA2 1DB
Ward:Twerton
Proposal:Change of use from 4no bed C3 (residential dwelling) to 4no. bed C4 (HMO)
Decision:PERMIT
Decision Type:Delegated
Planning Portal Reference Number:PP-07297746
Applicant Name:Mr Antonio Pecchia
Agent Name:No Agent
Case Officer Name:
Date Application Received:03/10/2018
Date Application Validated:03/10/2018
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:20/11/2018
Standard Consultations sent on:20/11/2018
Last advertised on:11/10/2018
Latest Site Notice posted on:10/10/2018
Expiry Date for Consultation :01/11/2018
Target Decision Date28/11/2018
Date Decision Issued:20/11/2018
Permission Expiry Date::20/11/2021

Documents

ConstraintsAgric Land Class 3b,4,5, Article 4 Bath Demolition Wall, Article 4 HMO, Article 4 Reg 7: Estate Agent, Conservation Area, MOD Safeguarded Areas, Policy B4 WHS - Boundary, Policy B4 WHS - Indicative Extent, Policy CP9 Affordable Housing Zones, Policy NE1 Green Infrastructure Network, Policy NE5 Ecological Networks, SSSI - Impact Risk Zones
Related Property:37 High Street,Twerton,Bath,BA2 1DB.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
97/00126/FUL .Erection of a single storey conservatory at the rear (retrospective application)12/02/1997Approve
98/00843/FUL .Erection of a two storey extension at the side after demolition of existing garage17/09/1998Application Permitted
18/04396/FUL .Change of use from 4no bed C3 (residential dwelling) to 4no. bed C4 (HMO)03/10/2018Application Permitted

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