Planning Applications Reference:08/01079/OUT

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Type of Application:Outline Application
Status:Approve
Address of Proposal:Clutton Hill Estate, King Lane, Clutton, BS39 5QQ
Parish:Clutton
Ward:Clutton
Proposal:Infill development of part of existing site with 6no. small industrial buildings and revised access
Decision:APPROVE
Decision Type:Planning Committee
Applicant Name:Clutton Hill Agricultural Services Ltd
Agent Name:C Jones
Agent Address:5 Lodge Close, Yatton, BS49 4DX
Case Officer Name:Sarah James
Date Application Received:25/03/2008
Date Application Validated:25/03/2008
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:16/04/2008
Standard Consultations sent on:20/05/2009
Last advertised on:24/04/2008
Latest Site Notice posted on:24/04/2008
Expiry Date for Consultation :15/05/2008
Actual Committee Date:10/09/2008
For details of this Development Control Committee Meeting please visit the Councils Democracy Website.
Target Decision Date24/06/2008
Date Decision Issued:20/05/2009
Permission Expiry Date::20/05/2012

Documents

ConstraintsAgric Land Class 1,2,3a, Forest of Avon, Greenbelt, Major Existing Dev Site
Related Property:Clutton Hill Industrial Estate,King Lane,Clutton,Bristol,BS39 5QQ.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
08/01079/OUT .Infill development of part of existing site with 6no. small industrial buildings and revised access25/03/2008Approve
11/05081/RES .Approval of reserved matters with regard to outline application 08/01079/OUT (Infill development of part of existing site with 6no. small industrial buildings and revised access)25/11/2011Application Permitted
15/01206/COND .Discharge of condition 9, 13 and 14 of application 08/01079/OUT. (Infill development of part of existing site with 6no. small industrial buildings and revised access)15/03/2015Split decision/check certificate or file

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