Planning Applications Reference:16/01186/AR

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Type of Application:Advertisement Consent
Status:Consent
Address of Proposal:Sacred Heart Church, High Street, Chew Magna, Bristol, Bath And North East Somerset, BS40 8PR
Parish:Chew Magna
Ward:Chew Valley North
Proposal:Display of 1no. non-illuminated carved iroka wooden statue with a stainless steel halo on a stone plinth and the display of 1no. non illuminated steel cross
Decision:CONSENT
Decision Type:Delegated
Applicant Name:Sacred Heart Church
Agent Name:Arcon Architecture
Agent Address:1 Church Lane, Chelwood, Bristol, BS39 4NW
Case Officer Name:
Date Application Received:11/03/2016
Date Application Validated:11/03/2016
Standard Consultations sent on:06/05/2016
Last advertised on:24/03/2016
Expiry Date for Consultation :14/04/2016
Target Decision Date06/05/2016
Date Decision Issued:06/05/2016
Permission Expiry Date::06/05/2021

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ConstraintsAffordable Housing, Affordable Housing, Agric Land Class 1,2,3a, Airport Safeguarding Zones, Coal - Referral Area, Coal - Standing Advice Area, Conservation Area, Forest of Avon, Greenbelt, Housing Development Boundary, Site Of Special Scientific Interest (SI)
Related Property:Sacred Heart Church,High Street,Chew Magna,Bristol,BS40 8PR.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
13/05316/TCA .G1 - group of young, self sown Sycamores - fell, G2 - group of semi-mature Sycamores - fell, T3 - Laburnum - fell and T4 - Sycamore - remove deadwood, crown lift to 5 meters over road29/11/2013No Objection
14/01164/TCA .G1 - Lawson Cypress - fell to ground level10/03/2014No Objection
16/01186/AR .Display of 1no. non-illuminated carved iroka wooden statue with a stainless steel halo on a stone plinth and the display of 1no. non illuminated steel cross11/03/2016Consent

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