Planning Applications Reference:18/04047/LBA

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Type of Application:Listed Building Consent (Alts/exts)
Address of Proposal:The Firs, 6 High Street, Chew Magna, Bristol, Bath And North East Somerset, BS40 8PW
Parish:Chew Magna
Ward:Chew Valley North
Proposal:Internal and external material alterations to existing conservatory
Decision Type:Delegated
Planning Portal Reference Number:PP-07268244
Applicant Name:Mr Richard Jupp
Agent Name:Mr Justin Davies
Agent Address:Architectural Consultants, 23 Holly Close, Speedwell, Whitchurch, Bristol, Bs5 7xp
Case Officer Name:Laura Batham
Date Application Received:10/09/2018
Date Application Validated:11/09/2018
Standard Consultations sent on:29/10/2018
Last advertised on:20/09/2018
Latest Site Notice posted on:25/09/2018
Expiry Date for Consultation :16/10/2018
Target Decision Date06/11/2018
Date Decision Issued:29/10/2018
Permission Expiry Date::29/10/2021


ConstraintsAgric Land Class 1,2,3a, Bristol Airport Safeguarding, Coal - Standing Advice Area, Conservation Area, Greenbelt, Housing Development Boundary, Listed Building, Neighbourhood Plan, Policy CP9 Affordable Housing Zones, Policy NE1 Green Infrastructure Network, Policy NE5 Ecological Networks, Policy ST8 Safeguarded Airport & Aerodro, SSSI - Impact Risk Zones
Related Property:The Firs,6 High Street,Chew Magna,Bristol,BS40 8PW.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
99/02119/LBA .Alterations to modern extension02/02/1999Application Permitted
05/00476/LBA .Handrail for external steps at front door10/02/2005Consent
07/01263/LBA .External alterations to include the fitting of Aga flue vent to front external wall18/04/2007Consent
18/04047/LBA .Internal and external material alterations to existing conservatory10/09/2018Consent
19/04898/TCA .Western Red Cedar (T1) - Fell11/11/2019No Objection

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