Planning Applications Reference:11/04939/FUL

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Type of Application:Full Application
Status:Application Permitted
Address of Proposal:Myrtle House, 3 High Street, Chew Magna, Bristol, BS40 8PR
Parish:Chew Magna
Ward:Chew Valley North
Proposal:Installation of stand alone solar panel structures at the back of garden replacing a glass greenhouse (retrospective)
Decision:PERMIT
Decision Type:Delegated
Planning Portal Reference Number:PP-01713082
Applicant Name:Ray Montague
Agent Name:No Agent
Case Officer Name:
Date Application Received:18/11/2011
Date Application Validated:05/12/2011
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:09/12/2011
Standard Consultations sent on:20/01/2012
Last advertised on:15/12/2011
Latest Site Notice posted on:19/12/2011
Expiry Date for Consultation :09/01/2012
Target Decision Date30/01/2012
Date Decision Issued:20/01/2012
Permission Expiry Date::20/01/2015

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ConstraintsAgric Land Class 1,2,3a, Airport Safeguarding Zones, Coal - Standing Advice Area, Conservation Area, Forest of Avon, Greenbelt, Housing Development Boundary, Listed Building
Related Property:Myrtle House,3 High Street,Chew Magna,Bristol,BS40 8PR.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
11/02887/LBA .Internal and external alterations for the conversion of barn/coach house to residential annexe.29/06/2011Consent
11/03500/TCA .Remove Plum, Hawthorn, Apple and dying Weeping Willow11/08/2011No Objection
11/04939/FUL .Installation of stand alone solar panel structures at the back of garden replacing a glass greenhouse (retrospective)18/11/2011Application Permitted
12/01014/LBA .Internal and external alterations for the erection of a hobby room following demolition of conservatory.05/03/2012Consent
12/01013/FUL .Erection of a hobby room following demolition of conservatory.05/03/2012Application Permitted

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