Planning Applications Reference:19/00437/COND

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Type of Application:Discharge of Condition
Status:Split decision/check certificate or file
Address of Proposal:Rosary, 49 High Street, Chew Magna, Bristol, Bath And North East Somerset, BS40 8PR
Parish:Chew Magna
Ward:Chew Valley North
Proposal:Discharge of conditions 3 and 4 of application 18/02999/FUL (Erection of two storey side extension following demolition of existing side porch extension (Resubmission))
Decision:Split decision - check file/certificate
Decision Type:Non-Planning applications
Applicant Name:Mr Philip Gibson
Agent Name:No Agent
Case Officer Name:Dominic Battrick
Date Application Received:30/01/2019
Date Application Validated:04/02/2019
Target Decision Date01/04/2019
Date Decision Issued:17/04/2019

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Related Property:Rosary,49 High Street,Chew Magna,Bristol,BS40 8PR.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
16/03606/TCA .1x Sycamore (T1) - fell18/07/2016No Objection
18/01460/FUL .Erection of two storey side extension and single storey rear extension with new external wooden cladding following demolition of existing side porch extension03/04/2018Application Withdrawn
18/02999/FUL .Erection of two storey side extension following demolition of existing side porch extension (Resubmission)06/07/2018Application Permitted
19/00253/TCA .1x Sycamore T1 - multi stemmed - fell. 1x Small Sycamore T2 - fell21/01/2019No Objection
19/00437/COND .Discharge of conditions 3 and 4 of application 18/02999/FUL (Erection of two storey side extension following demolition of existing side porch extension (Resubmission))30/01/2019Split decision/check certificate or file
19/00665/NMA .Non-material amendment to application 18/02999/FUL (Erection of two storey side extension following demolition of existing side porch extension (Resubmission)).15/02/2019Approve

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