Planning Applications Reference:98/02796/FUL

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Type of Application:Full Application
Status:Application Permitted
Address of Proposal:Church Farm, Church Square, Clutton, Bristol, BS39 5SG
Parish:Clutton
Ward:
Proposal:Conversion of farm buildings to form five dwellings (renewal of planning permission WC 4535/F)
Decision:Application Granted
Decision Type:RURAL Delegated Decision
Planning Portal Reference Number:0606000002000
Applicant Name:K Withers
Agent Name:None
Case Officer Name:Jerry Amsdon
Date Application Received:11/08/1998
Date Application Validated:13/08/1998
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:18/08/1998
Standard Consultations sent on:18/08/1998
Last advertised on:27/08/1998
Expiry Date for Consultation :17/09/1998
Target Decision Date08/10/1998
Date Decision Issued:05/10/1998
Permission Expiry Date::06/10/2003

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Related Property:Church Farm,Church Square,Clutton,Bristol,BS39 5SG.
Related Property:The Hayloft,Church Square,Clutton,Bristol,BS39 5SG.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
98/02796/FUL .Conversion of farm buildings to form five dwellings (renewal of planning permission WC 4535/F)11/08/1998Application Permitted
04/01013/LBA .Conversion of barn to single dwelling (retrospective)24/03/2004Application Refused
05/00157/LBA .Conversion of barn to dwelling17/01/2005Consent
06/00034/LBA .Proposed barn conversions04/01/2006Consent
06/00031/FUL .Proposed barn conversions04/01/2006Application Permitted
10/05283/LBA .Internal and external alterations for the retention of works to barn conversion09/12/2010Consent
10/05282/FUL .Retention of works to barn to create two dwellings09/12/2010Application Permitted
13/04264/TPO .2x Acer Pseudoplatanus - remove small lower limbs to improve headroom over the public path30/09/2013Consent

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