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Latest planning applications

PUBLISHED: 11:38 07 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:14 03 July 2010

THE latest Planning Applications received by Great Yarmouth Borough Council:

Belton and Browston - Demolish existing garage, build annex for disabled person at 56 Amhurst Gardens, for Mr N Barber.

THE latest Planning Applications received by Great Yarmouth Borough Council:

Belton and Browston - Demolish existing garage, build annex for disabled person at 56 Amhurst Gardens, for Mr N Barber.

Burgh Castle - Retrospective application for two signs advertising Burgh Hall and Monet's restaurant at Burgh Hall Holiday and Leisure Park, Lords Lane, for Burgh Hall Holiday and Leisure Park.

Retrospective application for 19 additional static caravans at Burgh Hall Holiday and Leisure Park, Lords Lane, for Burgh Hall Holiday and Leisure Park.

Retrospective application tents and touring caravan site with new toilet and shower block at Burgh Hall Holiday and Leisure Park, Lords Lane, for Burgh Hall Holiday and Leisure Park.

Caister on Sea - Extension to form two bedrooms on front elevation at 49 Brooke Avenue, for Mr F Steward.

Extension to form new lounge and enlarge kitchen at Newarp Way, for Miss S Wilk.

Sub-division of garden to form plot and construction of two bedroom bungalow at 29 Belstead Avenue, for Mr A Eagle.

Demolish existing sub standard garage and construct new garage in same location at 20 Grange Road, for Mr J Ebejer.

Fritton/St Olaves - Alterations to form restaurant, circulation corridor, reading room, kitchen alterations, foyer, additional accommodation wing and accommodation to existing outbuilding, day retreat, camping area and facilities, bio-mass building and reception building enhancements at Fritton Lake and Fritton House Hotel, Beccles Road, for R T Hon Hugh Crossley.

Alterations to form restaurant, circulation corridor, reading room, kitchen alterations, foyer, additional accommodation wing and accommodation to existing outbuilding, day retreat camping area and facilities, bio-mass building and reception building enhancements at Fritton Lake and Fritton House Hotel, Beccles Road, for R T Hon Hugh Crossley.

Great Yarmouth - Proposed rear extension at 330 Beccles Road, Gorleston, for Mr D Baxter.

Proposed single storey rear extension to form additional bedroom and ensuite at 18 Humberstone Road, Gorleston, for Mr and Mrs R and G Deacon.

Proposed dwelling at 2 Bernard Road, Gorleston, for Mr L Welch.

External lighting to yard at Travis Perkins, Boundary Road/Owen Road, Harfreys Industrial Estate, for Travis Perkins.

Alterations to form an inclusive access entrance and provide car parking for disabled at 35 South Quay, for Mr A Peck.

Conversion of existing builders offices/stores and yard to four residential unites at 4A Deneside, for Campion Developments Ltd.

Proposed new shop front and alterations at 19 King Street, for Mr Low.

Four internally illuminated flexface signs (only text illuminate) two non illuminated applied vinyl letters to existing letters at 58 Market Place, for Vergo Retail Ltd.

Renewal of PP 06/04/0886/F for two double temporary classrooms at East Norfolk Sixth Form College, Church Lane, for East Norfolk College.

Hemsby - Variation of condition (March 1 to October 31) to allow holiday occupation from March 1 to January 14 in the following year at Florida Holiday Park, Back Market Lane, for Ms Z Bensly.

Construct two one bedroom bungalows at St Mary's Close, Hemsby, for Great Yarmouth Community Housing.

Hopton on Sea - Change of use from gift shop to coffee shop serving drinks and snacks at Around a Pound, Franson Park, Warren Road, for Mr G Costar.

Ormesby St Margaret - Proposed conservatory at 7 Tern Road (plot 1), Scratby, for Mr Quinlisk.

Ormesby St Michael - Engineering works to create a temporary lagoon system, with bund walls, site fencing to be erected for duration of works at arable field off Main Road, for Dr D Hoare.

Winterton - Proposed rear extensions with first floor dormer and front porch extension at Cliffeholme, Bush Road, for Mr Findlay.

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