Latest planning applications

PUBLISHED: 15:40 12 March 2010 | UPDATED: 17:03 30 June 2010

PLANNING applications received by Great Yarmouth Borough Council between February 26 and March 11.

Belton and Browston - Proposed extension to stable block at Manor Livery, Browston Lane, Browston, for Mr P Needham.

PLANNING applications received by Great Yarmouth Borough Council between February 26 and March 11.

Belton and Browston - Proposed extension to stable block at Manor Livery, Browston Lane, Browston, for Mr P Needham.

Retrospective application change of use to coach parking area for 10 coaches at Fairview Farm, Stepshort, Belton for Mr T Boyne.

Renovation and conversion of barn to form two dwellings at Hall Farm, Beccles Road, Belton, for Mr C Polidano.

Caister on Sea - First floor side extension over existing garage and utility room at 10 Biscay Gardens, for Mr G Edwards.

Erection of a 1.8m high wooden close board fence with concrete posts and gravel boards at 29 Eastern Avenue, for Mr S Dye.

Erection of bungalow at rear of property at 11a Grange Road, for Mrs D Younger.

Great Yarmouth - Proposed demolition of existing chalet dwelling, forming new tiered retaining walls to rear of site. Widening of existing vehicular entrance within existing flint wal and construction of new three storey dwelling at 83 High Road, Gorleston, for Mr E Miller.

Proposed kitchen extension at 16 Humber Keel, Gorleston for Mr D Nichols.

Side extension, conservatory and car port at 9 Arnott Avenue, Gorleston, for Mr C Reynolds.

Conservatory to rear elevation at 22 Half Moon, Mariners Compass, Gorleston, for Miss A Stone.

Renewal of PP 06/05/0031/F for storage container, portacabin for offices/restroom and toilet facilities at East Coast Waste Yard, Harfreys Road, for Mr S Folkes.

Two external canopies over play area at Cobholm and Lichfield Childcare Centre, Pasteur Road, for Mrs K Marshall.

Install air source heat pump at 35 Queens Crescent, Gorleston for Lorraine Cherrill.

To replace flat roofs at rear of bungalow with a pitched pantile roof at 34 Russell Avenue, Gorleston, for Mr C Boult.

Demolition of patio wall and removal of commercial gates at Kubikulo Café, 8A Deneside, for Mr C Rodrigues.

One fascia sign at Aldreds Property Consultants Ltd, 17 Hall Quay, for Mr M Duffield.

Internally illuminated fascia sign, two fascia signs and one directional sign at Wilkinson Store, High Street Shopping Centre, Gorleston, for Wilkinson Group.

Hemsby - External play equipment at Hemsby Beach Holiday Village, Beach Road for Horning Pleasurecraft Ltd.

Change of use amusement centre (SU1 generies) to shop (A1) at Crystals Arcade, Beach Road, for Horning Pleasurecraft Ltd.

Extension to side and rear of property at 6 Chapel Terrace, Yarmouth Road, for Mr G Clarke.

Hopton On Sea - Demolish existing redundant public toilet block and construct double garage as extension to existing garage at The Laurels (land adjacent), Lowestoft Road, for Mr J Formosa.

Extension on rear elevation at 54 Watsons Close, for Mr V White.

Martham - Single storey rear extension at 112 Repps Road, for Mr D Howlett and Ms A Perkins.

Ormesby St Margaret - Proposed close boarded fence up to a height of 2 metres at 2 Firs Avenue, for Mr A Thompson.

Two storey rear extension and detached garage at Church Hollow, Yarmouth Road, for Mr T Marsden.

Ormesby St Michael - Ground and first floor extensions and detached garage at Stone Cottage, Main Road, for Mr J Colcough.

Somerton - Retrospective application for wooden stable block to house three horses at meadow opposite The Two Cottages, The Street, West Somerton, for Mr I Wright.

Winterton -Annexe for disabled person at 4Js, Low Road, for Mr J Simms.

Extension to lounge and kitchen at Tivoli, Bush Road, for Mr R Baxter.

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