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PUBLISHED: 10:04 10 January 2010 | UPDATED: 16:15 30 June 2010

VALID planning applications received between December 18 and January 7.

Bradwell - Proposed first floor windows for offices, south elevations, Red 7 Marine, Lefevre Way, Gapton Hall Industrial Estate, Great Yarmouth for Red 7 Marine.

VALID planning applications received between December 18 and January 7.

Bradwell - Proposed first floor windows for offices, south elevations, Red 7 Marine, Lefevre Way, Gapton Hall Industrial Estate, Great Yarmouth for Red 7 Marine.

Proposed four bungalows with garages at land to rear of 37 Mill Lane for DM King Limited.

Proposed garage at 151 Beccles Road for Mr A Ellis.

Caister on Sea - Variation of planning permission numbers 06/06/0229/o and 06/07/0224/D to erect a larger bungalow with accommodation in the roof space at site to rear of 31 Yarmouth Road (plot three), Yarmouth Road for Mr J Symonds.

Filby - Erection of one wooden field shelter and one wooden stable block consisting of two stables and one tack shed at The Allotments, Croft Corner, Thrigby Road for Mrs L Hutchison.

Fritton/St Olaves - Sun lounge extension with room in roof, kitchen extension with room in roof and tile roofs to existing flat roof dormers, detached garage with games room in roof at Sundial, Beccles Road, Fritton for Mr A Youngs.

Great Yarmouth - Demolition of existing building, construction of two storey care facility with office space at Alpha Centre, Alpha Road, Gorleston for Great Yarmouth and Waveney Contact.

Demolition of garage premises and the erection of two cottages (semi-detached) at 6 Cliff Hill Garage, Gorleston for Mr KL Tropman.

Mixed used development comprising of 15 office units, 15 light industrial units, associated car parking, landscaping, roads and ancillary works at Excalibur Road, Beacon Park, Gorleston for Mr P Oldman.

Erection of a 1.8 metre fence with gates at 1 Orde Avenue, Gorleston for Mr S Morgan.

Change of use of part of community family entertainment and sports centre to B8 (storage and distribution) at Harfreys Road, Harfreys Industrial Estate for Mr S Doidge.

Standing of catering trailer for the sale of hot and cold food and drink at South Denes for Mrs S Bently.

Two storey extension to rear to form kitchen and bedrooms and single storey garage and store at The Hollies, Kings Road for Mr J Hemsley.

Removal of condition numbers two and three of PP 06/00/0662/F to allow five holiday flats to be used as permanent accommodation at 25 Nelson Road South for Mr Allen.

Conversion of four houses into 18 apartments at 21/24 Nelson Road South for Miss A Gheewalla.

Retrospective application for conversion of former fish shop and living accommodation to self self-contained flats and one bed-sit at 64 Rodney Road for Mrs K Black.

Demolition of outbuilding and partition walls at 21/24 Nelson Road South for Miss A Gheewalla.

Change of use from commercial shop into a restaurant at 12A Regent Road for Mr SF Wong.

Installation of bath/shower room within rear bedroom, external drainage to rear wall and installation of three radiators at The Grove, 5 Pier Plain, Gorleston for Dr and Mrs HA Evans and Mr R Leggett.

Change of use of existing outbuilding into an appointment only tattoo studio at 26 John Road, Gorleston for Mr J Harmer.

Demolish existing conservatory, new extension to south east corner, new porch extension to south west corner, new windows and alterations at Pier Hotel, South Pier, Gorleston for Pier Hotel South Pier.

Proposed rear single storey kitchen and utility room extension at 80 Caister Road for Mr K Murray.

Martham - Demolition of existing rear single storey extension, proposed two storey rear extension at 21 Rollesby Road for Mrs C Punchard.

Remove conifer hedge and erect a 1 metre fence at 28 Willow Way for Mr R Leach.

Conservatory to rear elevation at 75 Repps Road for Mrs KP Napier.

Proposed static illuminated sign at SSAF East Anglia Unit off Hemsby Road for SSAF East Anglia.


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