Planning Applications Reference:02/02965/FUL

Further Information on this property is available on the Council's My House web page.

View Further Information
Type of Application:Full Application
Status:Application Permitted
Address of Proposal:Portbridge House, Limeburn Hill, Chew Magna, Bristol, BS40 8QL
Parish:Chew Magna
Ward:Chew Valley North
Proposal:Conversion and extension of barn to form residential annexe and alterations to access as amended by revised plans received 21 February 2003
Decision Type:RURAL Committee Decision
Applicant Name:Mrs K Mawby
Agent Name:P J Bedingfield
Agent Address:Brook Farm, Burcombe, North Somerset, BS40 7XF
Case Officer Name:Jerry Amsdon
Date Application Received:16/12/2002
Date Application Validated:23/12/2002
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:03/01/2003
Standard Consultations sent on:18/03/2003
Last advertised on:10/01/2003
Expiry Date for Consultation :31/01/2003
Actual Committee Date:12/03/2003
For details of this Development Control Committee Meeting please visit the Councils Democracy Website.
Target Decision Date17/02/2003
Date Decision Issued:02/04/2003


Related Property:Portbridge House,Limeburn Hill,Chew Magna,Bristol,BS40 8QL.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
00/02109/FUL .Extension and alterations13/10/2000Application Permitted
02/02965/FUL .Conversion and extension of barn to form residential annexe and alterations to access as amended by revised plans received 21 February 200316/12/2002Application Permitted
05/01450/VAR .Variation of condition no.4 of planning permission 02/02965/FUL to allow use of garage as ancillary accommodation and amendment to dormer roof design as amended by drawing received 6 June 2005 and 28 June 200527/04/2005Application Permitted
07/01273/FUL .Erection of a conservatory to rear18/04/2007Application Permitted
17/02458/FUL .Erection of detached double garage23/05/2017Application Permitted

The Comments tab lists all public comments received on this application (not statutory consultees, e.g. The Environment Agency, Highways DC, etc). The majority of comments are submitted via our Comments Form through the website and you can expand the comment to view all of the text by clicking on the plus button. A minority of comments are submitted by post or email and it is not possible to include all the text here, however when you expand the comment you will see a link to our Associated Documents page where you can search for the comment.

Name Address Comment type Comment1 Comment2 Comment3 Date