Planning Applications Reference:00/01729/REG03

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Type of Application:Regulation 3 Application
Status:Application Permitted
Address of Proposal:Clutton Primary School, Station Road, Clutton, Bristol, BS39 5RA
Parish:Clutton
Ward:Clutton
Proposal:Single storey classroom extension
Decision:PERMIT
Applicant Name:Director Of Education/cultural And Community Services
Agent Name:Property Services
Agent Address:Bath And North East Somerset Council, Northgate House, Upper Borough Walls, Bath, BA1 1RG
Case Officer Name:Paul Cornick
Date Application Received:18/08/2000
Date Application Validated:18/08/2000
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:12/09/2000
Standard Consultations sent on:23/08/2000
Last advertised on:25/08/2000
Expiry Date for Consultation :03/10/2000
Actual Committee Date:27/09/2000
For details of this Development Control Committee Meeting please visit the Councils Democracy Website.
Target Decision Date13/10/2000
Date Decision Issued:28/09/2000

Documents

Related Property:Clutton Cp School,Station Road,Clutton,Bristol,BS39 5RA.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
12/02862/REG03 .Erection of a fence to part of the school perimeter (Resubmission)28/06/2012Application Permitted
12/01397/REG03 .Erection of a fence to part of the school perimeter23/03/2012Application Refused
04/00615/FUL .Two new classrooms after demolition of outbuildings and temporary classroom01/03/2004Application Permitted
03/01932/FUL .Extension of existing store building to provide classroom and office, as amended by revised plans received 29 August 200304/08/2003Application Permitted
03/01192/FUL .Single storey classroom and office extension.06/05/2003Application Refused
01/00425/REG03 .Single storey staff room extension23/02/2001Application Permitted
00/01729/REG03 .Single storey classroom extension18/08/2000Application Permitted

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