Planning Applications Reference:10/04371/FUL

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Type of Application:Full Application
Status:Application Permitted
Address of Proposal:Old North Chew Farm, Norton Lane, Chew Magna, Bristol, Bath And North East Somerset, BS40 8RW
Parish:Chew Magna
Ward:Chew Valley North
Proposal:Conversion of derelict outbuildings to business units and holiday lets (Resubmission)
Decision Type:Delegated
Planning Portal Reference Number:PP-01240813
Applicant Name:Mrs Victoria Hamilton-Davies
Agent Name:R D Architects Ltd
Agent Address:Trees, The Street, Ubley, Bristol, BS40 8PN
Case Officer Name:
Date Application Received:15/10/2010
Date Application Validated:29/10/2010
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:29/10/2010
Standard Consultations sent on:28/01/2011
Last advertised on:04/11/2010
Latest Site Notice posted on:10/11/2010
Expiry Date for Consultation :01/12/2010
Target Decision Date24/12/2010
Date Decision Issued:28/01/2011
Permission Expiry Date::28/01/2014


ConstraintsAgric Land Class 1,2,3a, Coal fields, Conservation Area, Forest of Avon, Greenbelt
Related Property:Agricultural Buildings,Old North Chew Farm,Norton Lane,Chew Magna,Bristol,
Related Property:Old North Chew Farm,Norton Lane,Chew Magna,Bristol,BS40 8RW.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
96/02502/FUL .Demolition of existing building and erection of garage; alteration to access.20/08/1996Application Refused
97/02460/FUL .Demolition of existing building and erection of garage.19/05/1997Application Refused
97/02578/FUL .Alterations to agricultural buildings as amplified by letter received 28th August 1997.23/06/1997Application Permitted
98/02680/FUL .Repairs and alterations to existing building as amplified by letter 14th August 1998.10/07/1998Application Permitted
98/03082/FUL .Alterations and extensions to existing agricultural buildings.04/11/1998Application Refused
99/02170/FUL .Alteration and extensions to farm buildings, as amended by revised plans received on 11th June 1999,15/02/1999Application Permitted
00/00057/FUL .Demolition of lean-to garage and extension of adjoining building to form replacement garage as amended by letter and revised plans received 25.2.0010/01/2000Application Permitted
02/01743/FUL .Partial rebuilding and alteration of existing outbuilding to form integral garage with first-floor accommodation, as amended by revised plans received 2 December 200222/07/2002Application Permitted
10/01753/CA .Demolition of steel framed, metal clad lean-to sheds and lean to shed adjacent to road21/04/2010Application Withdrawn
10/01751/FUL .Conversion of derelict outbuildings to business units and holiday lets21/04/2010Application Withdrawn
10/04373/CA .Demolition of steel framed, metal clad lean-to sheds and lean to shed adjacent to road15/10/2010Consent
10/04371/FUL .Conversion of derelict outbuildings to business units and holiday lets (Resubmission)15/10/2010Application Permitted
11/01416/FUL .Change of use from redundant agricultural building to holiday let (Amendment to application 10/04371/FUL )31/03/2011Application Refused
11/05015/COND .Discharge of conditions 2, 7 and 8 of application 10/04371/FUL (Conversion of derelict outbuildings to business units and holiday lets (Resubmission))22/11/2011Condition Discharged
12/03073/CA .Demolition of block 2 of the outbuildings16/07/2012Application Refused
12/03072/FUL .Conversion of outbuildings to 2no residential dwellings (Use Class C3) and demolition of block 216/07/2012Application Refused
14/05033/TCA .T1- Poplar- Pollard at secondary forks to stabliseT2- Norwegian Spruce- Reduce height by 15 ftT3- Magnolia- Reduce weightT4- Douglas Fir- Reduce height to 8ft30/10/2014No Objection
17/04612/FUL .Erection of a single dwelling and associated car parking and landscaping, following demolition of 2 no. existing Dutch barns.23/09/2017Application Refused

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