Planning Applications Reference:10/05233/FUL

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Type of Application:Full Application
Status:Application Permitted
Address of Proposal:The Old Rectory (harry), Church Lane, Priston, Bath, Bath And North East Somerset, BA2 9EF
Parish:Priston
Ward:Bathavon West
Proposal:Erection of a car port (Retrospective)
Decision:PERMIT
Decision Type:Delegated
Planning Portal Reference Number:PP-01321589
Applicant Name:Mrs J Harry
Agent Name:MPDS
Agent Address:31 Lanes End, Brislington, Bristol, BS4 5DP
Case Officer Name:
Date Application Received:15/12/2010
Date Application Validated:20/12/2010
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:31/12/2010
Standard Consultations sent on:11/02/2011
Last advertised on:06/01/2011
Latest Site Notice posted on:10/01/2011
Expiry Date for Consultation :31/01/2011
Target Decision Date14/02/2011
Date Decision Issued:11/02/2011
Permission Expiry Date::11/02/2014

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ConstraintsAgric Land Class 1,2,3a, Coal fields, Forest of Avon, Greenbelt, Housing Development Boundary, Listed Building, Sites used as playing fields
Related Property:The Old Rectory (harry),Church Lane,Priston,Bath,BA2 9EF.
Related Property:The Old Rectory West,Church Lane,Priston,Bath,BA2 9EF.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
00/00207/LBA .Internal alterations26/01/2000Application Refused
10/05233/FUL .Erection of a car port (Retrospective)15/12/2010Application Permitted
11/02445/LBA .Internal and external alterations to include provision of additional living space within the property, provision of a new rear entrance and replacement of glazing bars to windows.25/05/2011Consent
11/05155/LBA .Internal and external alterations to include provision of additional living space within property and replacement glazing bars to windows.17/11/2011Consent

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