Planning Applications Reference:96/02869/VAR

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Type of Application:Application for Variation of Condition
Status:Application Permitted
Address of Proposal:Tythe Barn, Mill Lane, Priston, BA2 9EQ
Parish:Priston
Ward:Bathavon West
Proposal:Variation condition 02 on planning permission WB 2284/J dated 7th January 1991 to allow use of the building for wedding ceremonies and receptions as amplified by plans received 28th, 31st January 1997 and 17th February 1997.
Decision:Application Granted
Decision Type:RURAL Delegated Decision
Planning Portal Reference Number:5236122502000
Applicant Name:Mr P Hopwood
Agent Name:None
Case Officer Name:Steve Hawkins
Date Application Received:24/12/1996
Date Application Validated:24/12/1996
Standard Consultations sent on:31/01/1997
Last advertised on:09/01/1997
Expiry Date for Consultation :30/01/1997
Target Decision Date18/02/1997
Date Decision Issued:18/02/1997

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Related Property:Tythe Barn,Mill Lane,Priston,Bath,
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
96/02869/VAR .Variation condition 02 on planning permission WB 2284/J dated 7th January 1991 to allow use of the building for wedding ceremonies and receptions as amplified by plans received 28th, 31st January 1997 and 17th February 1997.24/12/1996Application Permitted
98/02002/REN .Continued variation of condition 02 on planning permission WB 2284/J dated 7th January 1991 to allow the use of Tythe Barn for wedding ceremonies and receptions.05/01/1998Application Permitted
00/00493/REN .Continued use of Barn for wedding receptions and ceremonies06/03/2000Application Permitted
03/01209/REN .Continued use of barn for weddings and ceremonies.13/05/2003Application Permitted
09/00389/VAR .Variation of condition 2 of application WB2284/J dated 7th January 1991 to permit use of barn for weddings and ceremonies06/02/2009Application Permitted

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