Planning Applications Reference:17/05246/AR

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Type of Application:Advertisement Consent
Status:Consent
Address of Proposal:Bristol Water Visitor Centre & Tea Room, Walley Lane, Chew Magna, Bristol,
Parish:Chew Magna
Ward:Chew Valley North
Proposal:Erection of 2no non-illuminated free standing signs
Decision:CONSENT
Decision Type:Delegated
Applicant Name:Mr Christopher Eggleton
Agent Name:No Agent
Case Officer Name:Martin Almond
Date Application Received:27/10/2017
Date Application Validated:08/11/2017
Standard Consultations sent on:22/12/2017
Target Decision Date03/01/2018
Date Decision Issued:22/12/2017
Permission Expiry Date::22/12/2022

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ConstraintsAgric Land Class 1,2,3a, Bristol Airport Safeguarding, Coal - Standing Advice Area, Neighbourhood Plan, Policy CP8 Green Belt, Policy CP9 Affordable Housing Zones, Policy NE1 Green Infrastructure Network, Policy NE5 Ecological Networks, Policy NE5 Strategic Nature Areas, Policy ST8 Safeguarded Airport & Aerodro, SSSI - Impact Risk Zones
Related Property:Blackhouse Barn,Knowle Hill,Chew Magna,Bristol,BS40 8TF.
Related Property:Bristol Water Visitor Centre & Tea Room,Walley Lane,Chew Magna,Bristol,
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
14/01985/VAR .Removal of condition 7 and variation of condition 8 attached to planning permission WC 11971/B dated 4th February 1994. (New building to provide tea room and improved visitor facilities)30/04/2014Application Permitted
16/03700/AR .Display of 2no. internally illuminated entrance signs22/07/2016Application Withdrawn
16/05498/AR .Display of 2no. externally illuminated entrance signs to replace previous signs to the entrance to Chew Valley Lake picnic area and Salt & Malt Cafe and public car park. (Resubmission)10/11/2016Application Refused
17/05246/AR .Erection of 2no non-illuminated free standing signs27/10/2017Consent

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