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PUBLISHED: 16:36 23 April 2010 | UPDATED: 17:32 30 June 2010

PLANNING applications received by Great Yarmouth Borough Council between April 9 and April 22.

Bradwell - New conservatory at rear at 4 Fell Way, for Mr P Miller.

PLANNING applications received by Great Yarmouth Borough Council between April 9 and April 22.

Bradwell - New conservatory at rear at 4 Fell Way, for Mr P Miller.

Caister-on-Sea - Replace flat roof with pitched roof on existing single storey rear extension at 1 Kipling Close, for Mr J Morgan.

Removal of former garage pitch roof and form new first floor side extension linked to new two storey side extension at rear of building at 33 Prince of Wales Road, for Mr G Dorman.

Retrospective application for erection of two 5m high flag poles with 'Haven' flags at Caister Holiday Park, Ormesby Road, for Bourne Leisure Ltd.

Creation of doorways and erection of new veranda at 1 Coastguard Cottages, Coastguard Road, for Mr J Snelling.

Conversion of caretakers home to form early years office at Caretakers House, Caister Infants School, Kingston Avenue, for Director of Children's Services.

Filby - Variation of condition 2 of PP:06/09/0680/F that development to be carried out in accordance with drawing of no 425/2 dated August 2006 at Filby Playing Field, Main Road, for Filby Playing Field Committee.

Great Yarmouth - Renewal of PP 06/03/1043/F to retain metal store containers for purpose of storing fishing gear from members boats at Riverside Road, Gorleston, for Mr P Lines.

Proposed replacement windows and doors, new window and door openings and repairs to existing roof covering at The Beach Café, The Esplande, Gorleston, for Mr J Formosa.

The erection of a timber cabin for use as a police hut during the summer months at Lower Esplanade, Beach Road, for Mr M Jordan.

Proposed alterations and single storey rear extension at 56 Victoria Road, Gorleston, for Mr M Adams.

Replacement of existing brick boundary wall and driveway gate at 49 Victoria Road, Gorleston, for Mr S Heywood.

Demolition of existing flat roof building and erection of three town houses at 11 St Peters Plain, for Kingfisher Amateur Boxing Club.

Extension at 6 Alexandra Road, for Black Swan International Limited.

Renewal of planning permission No 06/08/1671/F for continued use as storage area connected to the holiday park operations and erection of razor wire topping perimeter fencing at Vauxhaull Holiday Park, Acle New Road, for Vauxhall Holiday Park.

Demolish existing substation in car park that is in poor condition at Row 58, Substation Palmers car park, Howard Street South, for Mr P Hurst.

Proposed amalgamation of Units 1-6 including change of shop fronts, external alterations and works at Units 1-6, Shopping Centre, High Street, Gorleston, for Mason & Partners.

Erection of conservatory at 66 Caister Road, for Mr P Mondon.

Hopton on Sea - Erection of conservatory at 1 Seamans Cottages, Sidegate Road, for Mr P Dawson.

Martham - Erection of four dwellings, associated works and garage to No 10 at 10 Playing Field Lane, for Landfast (Anglia) Ltd.

Mautby - Two bay carport and garden store with games room/office above at Mautby Lodge Barns off Hall Road, for M T and G Harper and D Law.

Ormesby St Margaret - The conversion of the old school to three residential units including the demolition of 1960s extensions and outbuildings and erection of three dwellings at Ormesby Old School, The Green, for Norwich Diocesan Board of Finance.

Ground floor extension and loft conversion at 43 Beach Drive, Scratby, for Mr and Mrs R Shreeve.

Winterton- Erection of detached dwelling at 2 Hillside Cottages, North Market Road, for Badger Building (East Anglia) Ltd.

Proposed ground and first floor rear extension with balcony at Seaside Cottage, for Mr MM Glazebrook.


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