Planning Applications Reference:18/00626/COND

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Type of Application:Discharge of Condition
Status:Condition Discharged
Address of Proposal:8 Old King Street, City Centre, Bath,
Ward:Abbey
Proposal:Discharge of condition 4 of application 17/00815/FUL (Change of use from Use Class A1 retail (ancillary storage to department store) to 3 No. residential units (Class C3) and associated works including removal of external fire escape).
Decision:Condition Discharged/Obligation
Decision Type:Non-Planning applications
Planning Portal Reference Number:PP-06738364
Applicant Name:Mr Mark Tyrrell
Agent Name:Joseph King Interiors Ltd
Agent Address:C/o Mrs Nicky Ford, Dyrham Lodge, 16 Clifton Park, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 8BY
Case Officer Name:Adrian Neilson
Date Application Received:12/02/2018
Date Application Validated:12/02/2018
Standard Consultations sent on:22/02/2018
Target Decision Date09/04/2018
Date Decision Issued:15/03/2018

Documents

Related Property:8 Old King Street,City Centre,Bath,
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
17/00815/FUL .Change of use from Use Class A1 retail (ancillary storage to department store) to 3 No. residential units (Class C3) and associated works including removal of external fire escape.20/02/2017Application Permitted
17/00816/LBA .Internal and external alterations for the change of use from Use Class A1 retail (ancillary storage to department store) to 3 No. residential units (Class C3) and associated works including removal of external fire escape.20/02/2017Consent
18/00626/COND .Discharge of condition 4 of application 17/00815/FUL (Change of use from Use Class A1 retail (ancillary storage to department store) to 3 No. residential units (Class C3) and associated works including removal of external fire escape).12/02/2018Condition Discharged

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