Planning Applications Reference:16/05007/FUL

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Type of Application:Full Application
Status:Application Permitted
Address of Proposal:Greyfield Wood Farm , Greyfield, High Littleton, Bristol, BS39 6YE
Proposal:Renovation and extension of former farmhouse
Decision Type:Delegated
Planning Portal Reference Number:PP-05548397
Applicant Name:Mr J Benger
Agent Name:MB Architectural Drawings Ltd
Agent Address:C/o Mr Matthew Bissex, Littlebrook House, Meadow View, Radstock, Somerset, BA3 3QT
Case Officer Name:Christine Moorfield
Date Application Received:12/10/2016
Date Application Validated:12/10/2016
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:16/12/2016
Standard Consultations sent on:16/12/2016
Last advertised on:20/10/2016
Expiry Date for Consultation :10/11/2016
Target Decision Date23/12/2016
Date Decision Issued:16/12/2016
Permission Expiry Date::16/12/2019


ConstraintsAffordable Housing, Agric Land Class 1,2,3a, Airport Safeguarding Zones, Airport Safeguarding Zones, Coal - Referral Area, Coal - Standing Advice Area, Contaminated Land, Flood Zone 2, Flood Zone 3, Forest of Avon, LLFA - Flood Risk Management, Neighbourhood Plan, Public Right of Way, SSSI - Impact Risk Zones, Sites of Nature Conservation Interest
Related Property:Greyfield Wood Farm,Greyfield,High Littleton,Bristol,BS39 6YE.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
14/05879/ADCOU .Prior approval request for change of use from Agricultural Barn to Dwelling (C3)24/12/2014Application Refused
15/02549/ADCOU .Prior approval request for change of use from Agricultural Barn to Dwelling (C3)02/06/2015Approve
16/01663/COND .Discharge of condition of application 15/02549/ADCOU (Prior approval request for change of use from Agricultural Barn to Dwelling (C3))05/04/2016Condition Discharged
16/05007/FUL .Renovation and extension of former farmhouse12/10/2016Application Permitted

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