Planning Applications Reference:14/05074/OUT

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Type of Application:Outline Application
Status:Application Withdrawn
Address of Proposal:Graylands, Upton Lane, Chew Magna, Bristol, BS41 8NR
Parish:Chew Magna
Ward:Chew Valley North
Proposal:Erection of 2no log holiday cabins
Decision:Application Withdrawn
Decision Type:Non-Planning applications
Planning Portal Reference Number:PP-03740511
Applicant Name:C G Parfitt & Son
Agent Name:I S Ford Planning Ltd
Agent Address:Sutton Farm, Sutton Lane, Butcombe, Blagdon, BS40 7XQ
Case Officer Name:Heather Faulkner
Date Application Received:04/11/2014
Date Application Validated:19/11/2014
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:20/11/2014
Standard Consultations sent on:09/01/2015
Last advertised on:27/11/2014
Expiry Date for Consultation :18/12/2014
Target Decision Date14/01/2015
Date Decision Issued:09/01/2015


ConstraintsAgric Land Class 1,2,3a, Airport Safeguarding Zones, Forest of Avon, Greenbelt, SSSI - Impact Risk Zones
Related Property:Graylands,Upton Lane,Chew Magna,Bristol,BS41 8NR.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
06/02567/AGRN .Erection of a mono-pitch sheep house11/07/2006Agricultural Prior Approval NOT Required
09/04693/AGRN .Erection of a hay barn10/12/2009Agricultural Prior Approval NOT Required
10/01437/FUL .Erection of an agricultural building06/04/2010Application Permitted
10/03489/FUL .Change of use of agricultural building to ice cream making facility18/08/2010Application Permitted
11/00469/COND .Discharge of condition 2 of application 10/01437/FUL (Erection of an Agricultural Building)04/02/2011Condition Discharged
14/03578/FUL .Erection of agricultural building following demolition of existing.06/08/2014Application Permitted
14/05074/OUT .Erection of 2no log holiday cabins04/11/2014Application Withdrawn

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