Planning Applications Reference:05/01743/FUL

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Type of Application:Full Application
Status:Application Permitted
Address of Proposal:Rickstones, Venus Lane, Clutton, BS39 5SP
Parish:Clutton
Ward:Clutton
Proposal:Single storey side and front extension and loft conversion with dormers.
Decision:PERMIT
Decision Type:RURAL Delegated Decision
Applicant Name:Mr & Mrs Sage
Agent Name:LBC Planning Services Ltd
Agent Address:The Old Vicarage, The Downs, Clandown, Radstock, BA3 3DD
Case Officer Name:
Date Application Received:25/05/2005
Date Application Validated:25/05/2005
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:04/08/2005
Standard Consultations sent on:27/05/2005
Last advertised on:03/06/2005
Expiry Date for Consultation :25/08/2005
Target Decision Date20/07/2005
Date Decision Issued:04/08/2005

Documents

Related Property:Rickstones,Venus Lane,Clutton,Bristol,BS39 5SP.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
05/00268/FUL .Two-storey side extension and new roof with dormers25/01/2005Application Withdrawn
05/00559/FUL .Alterations to form new entrance driveway15/02/2005Application Withdrawn
05/01743/FUL .Single storey side and front extension and loft conversion with dormers.25/05/2005Application Permitted
05/02791/FUL .Detached garage and new drive entrance18/08/2005Application Permitted
08/01392/FUL .Erection of a two storey side extension16/04/2008Application Permitted
09/02014/FUL .Change of use from openland to domestic curtilage and provision of new vehicular access.11/06/2009Application Permitted
09/03561/COND .Discharge of condition 2 and 3 of planning application 09/02014/FUL (Change of use from openland to domestic curtilage and provision of new vehicular access)25/09/2009Condition Discharged
17/01377/FUL .Change garage roof from flat roof to pitched roof.21/03/2017Application Permitted

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