Planning Applications Reference:17/04960/AR

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Type of Application:Advertisement Consent
Status:Pending Consideration
Address of Proposal:7 St James's Parade, Bath, BA1 1UL
Ward:Abbey
Proposal:Display of 1no non illuminated business name fascia sign and 1no non-illuminated hanging sign
Planning Portal Reference Number:PP-06450795
Applicant Name:Mrs Pawlyn
Agent Name:No Agent
Case Officer Name:Caroline Power
Date Application Received:11/10/2017
Date Application Validated:20/10/2017
Last advertised on:26/10/2017
Expiry Date for Consultation :16/11/2017
Target Decision Date15/12/2017

Documents

ConstraintsAgric Land Class 3b,4,5, Air Quality Management Area, Article 4 Bath Demolition Wall, Article 4 HMO, Article 4 Reg 7: Estate Agent, Conservation Area, Flood Zone 2, Flood Zone 3, LLFA - Flood Risk Management, Listed Building, MOD Safeguarded Areas, Policy B1 Bath Enterprise Zone, Policy B2 Central Area Strategic Policy, Policy B4 WHS - Boundary, Policy B4 WHS - Indicative Extent, Policy CP12 Bath City Centre Boundary, Policy CP9 Affordable Housing Zones, Policy CR3 Primary Shopping Areas, Policy NE1 Green Infrastructure Network, Policy NE5 Ecological Networks, SSSI - Impact Risk Zones
Related Property:7 St James's Parade,City Centre,Bath,BA1 1UL.
Related Property:Flat 1,7 St James's Parade,City Centre,Bath,BA1 1UL.
Related Property:The Apartment,7 St James's Parade,City Centre,Bath,BA1 1UL.
Related Property:Tip To Toe,7 St James's Parade,City Centre,Bath,BA1 1UL.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
17/01723/FUL .Change of use from use class D1 (Non residential institutions) to A3 use (Restaurants and cafes) to create a Vietnamese restaurant.08/04/2017Application Permitted
17/01827/LBA .Internal alterations for the removal of some internal walls, creation of a kitchen in part of lower ground floor and cosmetic refurbishment of ground and lower ground floor for the change of use from use class D1 (Non residential institutions) to A3 use (Restaurants and cafes) to create a Vietnamese restaurant.13/04/2017Consent
17/03537/COND .Discharge of conditions 2,3 and 4 of planning application 17/01827/LBA (Internal alterations for the removal of some internal walls, creation of a kitchen in part of lower ground floor and cosmetic refurbishment of ground and lower ground floor for the change of use from use class D1 (Non residential institutions) to A3 use (Restaurants and cafes) to create a Vietnamese restaurant.)21/07/2017Condition Discharged
17/03888/COND .Discharge of conditions 2 & 3 of application 17/01723/FUL (Change of use from use class D1 (Non residential institutions) to A3 use (Restaurants and cafes) to create a Vietnamese restaurant.)11/08/2017Condition Discharged
17/04961/LBA .External alterations for the repainting on the shopfront and display of 1no non illuminated business name fascia sign and 1no non-illuminated hanging sign11/10/2017Pending Consideration
17/04960/AR .Display of 1no non illuminated business name fascia sign and 1no non-illuminated hanging sign11/10/2017Pending Consideration

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Bath Heritage Watchdog Not Given O View Associated Documents 22/10/2017
Bath Preservation Trust Bath Preservation Trust , 1 Royal Crescent, City Centre, Bath, Bath And North East Somerset, BA1 2LR R 16/11/2017: Comment: We would very much prefer to see a traditional hand written sign on the fascia as vinyl is a low quality material that should be resisted in the WHS. We also question the addition of the hanging sign given the special architectural interest of this terrace of Georgian assets. Hanging signs are not really seen in the street and those that are there (seemingly unauthorised) clutter both the facades of the assets and the streetscene and impact on the ability to appreciate the fine portico doorways and the overall group composition. In any case should a hanging sign be permitted it should be timber and also traditionally sign written. 16/11/2017