Planning Applications Reference:03/00030/LBA

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Type of Application:Listed Building Consent (Alts/exts)
Status:Consent
Address of Proposal:7 South Parade, Chew Magna, BS40 8SH
Parish:Chew Magna
Ward:Chew Valley North
Proposal:Internal alterations to ground floor hall, comprising new partition wall at west end of hall to create kitchen/ bar and storage areas, new doors to storage area at east end of hall, and new ceiling through out hall in place of ceiling tiles
Decision:CONSENT
Decision Type:RURAL Delegated Decision
Applicant Name:The Old School Room (registered Charity No. 282301)
Agent Name:David Daniell,
Agent Address:Woodmead,, Chew Hill,, Chew Magna,, Bristol BS40 8SH.
Case Officer Name:
Date Application Received:23/12/2002
Date Application Validated:23/12/2002
Standard Consultations sent on:03/01/2003
Last advertised on:10/01/2003
Latest Site Notice posted on:10/01/2003
Expiry Date for Consultation :31/01/2003
Target Decision Date17/02/2003
Date Decision Issued:11/03/2003

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ConstraintsArchaeological Site, Conservation Area, Greenbelt, Housing Development Boundary, Listed Building
Related Property:The Old School Room,7 South Parade,Chew Magna,Bristol,BS40 8SH.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
03/00030/LBA .Internal alterations to ground floor hall, comprising new partition wall at west end of hall to create kitchen/ bar and storage areas, new doors to storage area at east end of hall, and new ceiling through out hall in place of ceiling tiles23/12/2002Consent
10/02051/LBA .Internal alterations for provision of new floorboards to Upper Hall15/05/2010Consent
11/00851/LBA .Internal alterations for the provision of new front door in west elevation02/03/2011Consent

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