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The latest planning applications

PUBLISHED: 16:00 26 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:25 03 July 2010

VALID planning applications received by Great Yarmouth borough Council between October 9 and October 22.

Bradwell - Outline application to build two bungalows at rear of 11 and 15 Busseys Loke for Mr P Ball.

VALID planning applications received by Great Yarmouth borough Council between October 9 and October 22.

Bradwell - Outline application to build two bungalows at rear of 11 and 15 Busseys Loke for Mr P Ball.

Single storey front and side extension at 42 Jasmine Gardens for Mr I Lodge.

Erection of single storey unheated workshop extension at Prior Diesel Limited, Gapton Hall Road, Gapton Hall Industrial Estate, Great Yarmouth for Prior Diesel Ltd.

Extension to garage at front and extension to rear bedroom with balcony at 8 Violet Close for Miss C Baker.

Caister-On-Sea - Proposed rear single storey extension at 18 Grange Road for Mr Harvey.

Great Yarmouth - Proposed bungalow and garage plot adjoining 5 Cliff Hill, Gorleston for Mrs S Simmons.

Alterations and extensions including conservatory, dormer on front, new garden shed, new roof windows to side elevation, one metre railings on top of front boundary wall at 52 Marine Parade, Gorleston for Mr R Manthorpe.

Proposed use of existing car park space for parking of ice-cream van to sell ice-cream to the public all year round at Marine Parade car park, Gorleston for Dimascio Ice Cream Limited.

Change of use and first floor extension of existing betting shop to take away only pizza outlet at 23/24 Mill Road, Cobholm for Mr C Salamone.

Proposed garden wall to enclose gardens at 1 Gresham Close, Gorleston for Mr J Amer.

Proposed conservatory at 16 Magdalen Way, Gorleston for Miss T Palmer.

Removal of condition two of PP 06/88/1462/CU to allow three holiday flats to be used as one residential flat at 35 Nelson Road South for Mr F Vinluan.

Proposed rear single storey extension, two storey front bay window extension and detached garage to rear at 14 South Beach Parade for Mr Lowe.

Change of use from hostel (category D) housing (11 units) to seven residential flats at 9 Kent Square for Mr M Walker.

Proposed roof terrace accessed from bar area at Regent Bowl, 92 Regent Road for Miss C Melton.

Removal of metal fencing to boundary along Tar Works Road. Replace with shorter section of timber palisade. Form additional ramp and cycle hoops at 147 Lawn Avenue for Dr Bretts and Partners.

Four terraced dwelling houses with one domestic garage at Bermondsey Place East for Mr Eagle.

Brick built boundary wall with pillars for railings to be inserted to front of property and between neighbours property. Maximum height of pillars 1.80 metre, height of wall in between pillars 0.96 metre at 1 Alexandra Avenue for Mr N Bowles.

White pvcu conservatory with 600mm dwarf wall glazed frames and glass roof at 41 Blake Road for Mr J Value.

Hopton-On-Sea - Retrospective application catering trailer serving hot and cold food and drinks at Bubbles Amusements, 1 Warren Road fro Mr W Austrin.

Martham - Alterations to existing fire door, increasing height of opening and forming external landing and steps at Communication Centre, Rollesby Road for Mr T Jennis.

Change of use to allow part of the domestic garage to be used to store garden bird seed, in connection with a small home delivery business at 33 Thurne Rise for Mr P Riley.

Mautby - New fully accessible holiday cottage and new games room and guests sitting/meeting room at Lower Wood Farm for Ms J Nicholls.

Ormesby St Margaret - Proposed change of use of commercial bakery to hot food Indian take-away at Unit 1 Memorial Green for Mr S Rackham.

Two bedroom detached house at Kontiki (adjacent to) Wapping for Mr S Williams.

Ormesby St Michael - Retention of building and change of use of land and building B for storage of builders materials at Manships Farm Barn, Main Road for Mr D Tyson.


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