Planning Applications Reference:97/02646/FUL

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Type of Application:Full Application
Status:Application Refused
Address of Proposal:Orchard Lodge, King Lane, Clutton, Bristol, BS39 5QQ
Proposal:Conversion of stables to residential use
Decision:Application Refused
Decision Type:RURAL Committee Decision
Planning Portal Reference Number:0605720252000
Applicant Name:R A Appleyard
Agent Name:None
Case Officer Name:
Date Application Received:11/07/1997
Date Application Validated:24/07/1997
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:30/07/1997
Standard Consultations sent on:30/07/1997
Last advertised on:07/08/1997
Expiry Date for Consultation :28/08/1997
Actual Committee Date:01/10/1997
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Target Decision Date18/09/1997
Date Decision Issued:31/10/1997
Permission Expiry Date::31/10/2002


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Related Property:Orchard Lodge,King Lane,Clutton,Bristol,BS39 5QQ.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
97/02646/FUL .Conversion of stables to residential use11/07/1997Application Refused
05/01941/FUL .Detached dwelling after demolition of existing chalet06/06/2005Application Refused
06/00360/FUL .Detached dwelling after demolition of existing chalet (Resubmission)27/01/2006Application Permitted
07/01412/FUL .Erection of detached dwelling after demolition of existing chalet03/05/2007Application Refused
07/02391/FUL .Erection of a detached dwelling after demolition of existing chalet (Resubmission)25/07/2007Application Withdrawn
07/03631/FUL .Erection of detached dwelling after demolition of existing chalet30/11/2007Application Permitted
08/03777/FUL .Erection of detached garage06/10/2008Application Permitted

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