Planning Applications Reference:16/02176/CLEU

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Type of Application:Cert of Lawfulness (Existing) 191
Status:Lawful
Address of Proposal:The Coach House, Stanton Road, Chew Magna, Bristol, BS40 8SF
Parish:Chew Magna
Ward:Chew Valley North
Proposal:Use of "The Studio, The Coach House, Chew Court Farm" as a single residential unit (Certificate of Lawfulness for an Existing Use).
Decision:LAWFUL
Decision Type:Delegated
Applicant Name:Mr Roger Randy
Agent Name:No Agent
Case Officer Name:
Date Application Received:04/05/2016
Date Application Validated:04/05/2016
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:11/05/2016
Standard Consultations sent on:03/08/2016
Last advertised on:19/05/2016
Latest Site Notice posted on:20/05/2016
Expiry Date for Consultation :10/06/2016
Target Decision Date01/08/2016
Date Decision Issued:03/08/2016

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ConstraintsAffordable Housing, Agric Land Class 1,2,3a, Airport Safeguarding Zones, Coal - Standing Advice Area, Conservation Area, Flood Zone 2, Forest of Avon, Greenbelt, Housing Development Boundary, LLFA - Flood Risk Management, SSSI - Impact Risk Zones
Related Property:The Coach House,Stanton Road,Chew Magna,Bristol,BS40 8SF.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
04/03512/FUL .Change of use from art/pottery studio to self contained dwelling11/11/2004Application Withdrawn
07/00068/FUL .Erection of a single storey extension to form bedroom09/01/2007Application Permitted
16/02176/CLEU .Use of "The Studio, The Coach House, Chew Court Farm" as a single residential unit (Certificate of Lawfulness for an Existing Use).04/05/2016Lawful
16/04945/FUL .Erection of two storey dwelling following demolition of existing single storey studio10/10/2016Application Withdrawn
17/05921/FUL .Erection of two storey dwelling following demolition of existing single storey studio.05/12/2017Application Refused

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