Planning Applications Reference:15/01645/OUT

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Type of Application:Outline Application
Status:Application Withdrawn
Address of Proposal:Parcel 1300, Maynard Terrace, Clutton, Bristol, Bath And North East Somerset
Parish:Clutton
Ward:Clutton
Proposal:Outline planning application for a residential development of up to 37 dwellings and associated infrastructure. (Resubmission)
Decision:Application Withdrawn
Decision Type:Delegated
Planning Portal Reference Number:PP-03981736
Applicant Name:Edward Ware Homes Ltd And Mr & Mrs Dowling
Agent Name:Ian Jewson Planning Ltd
Agent Address:1 Gas Ferry Road, Bristol, UK, BS1 6UN
Case Officer Name:Tessa Hampden
Date Application Received:10/04/2015
Date Application Validated:10/04/2015
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:05/06/2015
Standard Consultations sent on:05/06/2015
Last advertised on:23/04/2015
Latest Site Notice posted on:18/05/2015
Expiry Date for Consultation :26/06/2015
Target Decision Date10/07/2015
Date Decision Issued:05/06/2015

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ConstraintsAgric Land Class 1,2,3a, Airport Safeguarding Zones, Airport Safeguarding Zones, Coal - Referral Area, Coal - Standing Advice Area, Forest of Avon, SSSI - Impact Risk Zones
Related Property:Parcel 1300,Maynard Terrace,Clutton,Bristol,
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
97/02283/REN .Retention of stable and feed store.01/04/1997Application Permitted
02/01075/REN .Retention of stable and feed store (renewal of planning permission: 97/02283/FUL Dated 13 May 1997).07/05/2002Application Permitted
14/00041/OUT .Outline planning application for a residential development of up to 37 dwellings and associated infrastructure.07/01/2014Application Refused
15/01645/OUT .Outline planning application for a residential development of up to 37 dwellings and associated infrastructure. (Resubmission)10/04/2015Application Withdrawn

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