Planning Applications Reference:17/00481/FUL

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Type of Application:Full Application
Status:Application Permitted
Address of Proposal:Yew Tree Barn, North Wick, Chew Magna, Bristol, Bath And North East Somerset, BS41 8NP
Parish:Chew Magna
Ward:Chew Valley North
Proposal:Erection of detached garage following demolition of existing outbuilding and erection of new outbuilding within garden area.
Decision:PERMIT
Decision Type:Delegated
Planning Portal Reference Number:PP-05798901
Applicant Name:Mr Neil Way
Agent Name:Clifton Design (Bristol)
Agent Address:25 Lower Redland Road, Redland, Bristol, BS6 6TB
Case Officer Name:Tessa Hampden
Date Application Received:01/02/2017
Date Application Validated:10/02/2017
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:14/02/2017
Standard Consultations sent on:07/04/2017
Last advertised on:23/02/2017
Expiry Date for Consultation :16/03/2017
Target Decision Date07/04/2017
Date Decision Issued:07/04/2017
Permission Expiry Date::07/04/2020

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ConstraintsAffordable Housing, Agric Land Class 3b,4,5, Airport Safeguarding Zones, Forest of Avon, Greenbelt, Neighbourhood Plan, Public Right of Way, SSSI - Impact Risk Zones
Related Property:Yew Tree Barn,North Wick,Chew Magna,Bristol,BS41 8NP.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
99/02014/FUL .Change of use of agricultural land to form domestic garden, as amended by letter and revised plan received 22nd February 199929/12/1998Application Permitted
10/03605/FUL .Provision of new bathroom window to the north elevation and new hall window to the south elevation09/08/2010Application Permitted
16/04741/FUL .Conversion of existing outbuilding into garage, store and sun room27/09/2016Application Permitted
17/00481/FUL .Erection of detached garage following demolition of existing outbuilding and erection of new outbuilding within garden area.01/02/2017Application Permitted

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