Planning Applications Reference:03/00169/FUL

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Type of Application:Full Application
Status:Application Refused
Address of Proposal:New Farm, Denny Lane, Chew Magna, Bristol, BS40 8SZ
Parish:Chew Magna
Ward:Chew Valley North
Proposal:Conversion of barn into a separate dwelling.
Decision:REFUSE
Decision Type:RURAL Delegated Decision
Inpectorate Ref:APP/F0114/A/03/1117248
Appeal Type:Refusal of Planning Permission
Appeal Status:Appeal Dismissed
Appeal Process:Hearing
Applicant Name:Mr A And Mrs P A Bartho
Agent Name:None
Case Officer Name:
Date Application Received:20/01/2003
Date Application Validated:20/01/2003
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:10/10/2003
Standard Consultations sent on:10/10/2003
Last advertised on:31/01/2003
Expiry Date for Consultation :31/10/2003
Target Decision Date17/03/2003
Date Decision Issued:02/04/2003
Appeal Start Date:29/05/2003
Appeal Consultation Expiry Date:10/07/2003
Please note that that all comments must be sent to the planning inspectorate by this date
Appeal Hearing / Inquiy Date:06/01/2004
Appeal Decision Date:13/01/2004

Documents

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Related Property:Oak Tree Cottage,Denny Lane,Chew Magna,Bristol,BS40 8SZ.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
97/03112/FUL .Change of use from workshop/store ancillary to dwelling to provide offices.09/12/1997Application Refused
98/02633/REM106 .Removal of Section 106 Agreement dated 20th July 1992.22/06/1998Application Refused
99/01103/CLEU .Use of outbuilding as separate dwellinghouse (Certificate of Lawfulness)29/11/1999Application Permitted
03/00169/FUL .Conversion of barn into a separate dwelling.20/01/2003Application Refused
13/03641/FUL .Erection of single storey extension to existing garage/outbuilding22/08/2013Application Permitted

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