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PUBLISHED: 16:21 13 August 2010 | UPDATED: 11:56 16 September 2010

PLANNING applications received by Great Yarmouth Borough Council between July 30 and August 12

Bradwell - Proposed rear extension at 315 El Alamein Way, for Mr D Tozer.

PLANNING applications received by Great Yarmouth Borough Council between July 30 and August 12

Bradwell - Proposed rear extension at 315 El Alamein Way, for Mr D Tozer.

Proposed new front entrance porch at 44 Mallard Way, for Mr N Smith.

Filby - Proposed two detached bungalows and garages on plots 10 and 11, Mulberry Tree House (land adjoining), Main Road, for Mr and Mrs G Spooner.

Flgeggburgh - Ground and first floor rear extensions and new red facing brick leaf to existing front (south wall) at Lilac Cottage, Main Road, Billockby, for Mr S Armes.

Fritton/St Olaves - Remodelling of existing house including internal alterations, two storey extensions, car port parking area and driveway at Brackenwood, Herringfleet Road, St Olaves, for Mr J Crawfurd.

Great Yarmouth - Demolition of single and two storey commercial buildings, construction of nine town houses at Avenue Works, Avenue Road, for Tredwell Developments.

Proposed first floor extension at 58 Victoria Road, Gorleston, for Mr and Mrs Mavroudis.

Construction of one detached three storey dwelling at 2 Avondale Road (land at), Gorleston, for Mr A Norton.

Display case advertising church and community activities at Costcutters Bridge Road, Gorleston, for Rev M Simms.

Change of use from A1 (shop) to A5 (hot food takeaway) at 14A Southtown Road, for Mr S Valizadeh.

Retrospective application two internally illuminated free standing single sided display units at 256 Southtown Road, for Mr M Swindles.

Adverts to front canopy/atrium and window entrance signs at The Sealife Centre, Marine Parade, for Mrs T Harris.

Use of land for the siting of tables and chairs at Marina Centre, Marine Parade, for Ms E Wright.

Replacement of existing public telephone kiosk with kiosk combining public telephone service and ATM service at Regent Road/Nelson Road Central, for Mrs M Greenslade.

Two 3D model ice-creams to fascia at HJ's Candy Cabin, Anchor Gardens, Marine Parade, for Mr H Gray.

Extend existing canopy 1.5 metres to the south and install awning to face of canopy at HJ's Candy Cabin, Anchor Gardens, Marine Parade, for Mr H Gray.

Replacement fencing (3m high) to north and east including two gates, 21 replacement windows at Southgates Road Ex-Trinity Depot, for Mr A Gerrard.

Removal of conditions 2 and 6 of planning permission 06/09/0753/F to vary the scheme not to include the roof terrace at 61 Regent Road, for Cravenswood Limited.

Installation of new shopfront and change of use of flats 111A and 112A above shop into storage for stock at 111 High Street, Gorleston, for Shoe Zone Limited.

Change of use from first floor vacant retail unit to two one bed apartments (previously approved 06/06/0739/F) at 127 High Street, Gorleston, for Mr K McCrea.

Two storey rear extension to form kitchen/dining room and two bedrooms at 9 Sandringham Avenue, for Mr R Platt.

Side extension to form garage and porch to the front at 17 Barnard Avenue, for Mr D Salmon.

Ormesby St Margaret - Four detached dwellings with integral garages at 4 West Road, for Mr N Fletcher.

Self contained annexe and alteration to vehicular access onto Station Road at 36 Station Road, for Mr K Hannant.

Proposed first floor bedroom extension over existing flat roofed kitchen with new ground floor sun lounge at 114 California Road, California, for Mr K Moloney.

Winterton - Construction of garden room and enlargement of kitchen at 1 Pratts Buildings, King Street, for Ms M Beal.

Demolish existing garage and construction of new garage at 54 Bulmer Lane, for Mr R Warnes.


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