Planning Applications Reference:11/01674/OUT

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Type of Application:Outline Application
Status:Application Refused
Address of Proposal:Churchlands, Greensbrook, Clutton, Bristol, Bath And North East Somerset, BS39 5PG
Parish:Clutton
Ward:Clutton
Proposal:Erection of a two bedroom cottage
Decision:REFUSE
Decision Type:Delegated
Inpectorate Ref:APP/F0114/A/11/2166996/NWF
Appeal Type:Refusal of Planning Permission
Appeal Status:Appeal Dismissed
Appeal Process:Written Representation
Planning Portal Reference Number:PP-01458400
Applicant Name:Mr P Carrow
Agent Name:ABC Design And Build (Holly Crt)
Agent Address:Holly Court, High Street, Midsomer Norton, BA3 2DB
Case Officer Name:Alice Barnes
Date Application Received:18/04/2011
Date Application Validated:13/05/2011
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:16/05/2011
Standard Consultations sent on:06/07/2011
Last advertised on:19/05/2011
Latest Site Notice posted on:26/05/2011
Expiry Date for Consultation :16/06/2011
Target Decision Date08/07/2011
Date Decision Issued:06/07/2011
Appeal Start Date:23/01/2012
Appeal Consultation Expiry Date:05/03/2012
Please note that that all comments must be sent to the planning inspectorate by this date
Appeal Decision Date:05/07/2012

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ConstraintsAgric Land Class 1,2,3a, Coal - Standing Advice Area, Forest of Avon, Sites of Nature Conservation Interest
Related Property:Churchlands,Greensbrook,Clutton,Bristol,BS39 5PG.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
97/03131/FUL .Alterations to garage to form storage room and external staircase as amended by revised plans received 16th February 1998.18/12/1997Application Permitted
11/01674/OUT .Erection of a two bedroom cottage18/04/2011Application Refused
14/00549/OUT .Erection of a two bedroom cottage05/02/2014Application Refused

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