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This week's planning applications

PUBLISHED: 12:18 01 June 2010 | UPDATED: 17:55 30 June 2010

PLANNING applications received by Great Yarmouth Borough Council between May 14 and May 27.

Belton and Browston - Rear two storey extension at Melrose, St Johns Road, Belton, for Mr D Harrison.

PLANNING applications received by Great Yarmouth Borough Council between May 14 and May 27.

Belton and Browston - Rear two storey extension at Melrose, St Johns Road, Belton, for Mr D Harrison.

Bradwell - Variation of condition two of PP 06/10/0171/F revised design first floor to project with hipped roof at 33 Clydesdale Rise, for Mr B Porter.

Variation of condition eight of PP 06/07/1014/F seek to regularise the drawing to allow three window openings to south elevation. Windows will be dealt with as per drawing number Rev C at Hobland Hall, Hobland, for Mr T Fenn.

Change of use of existing stable building to holiday let at 3 Hobland Cottage, Hobland Road, for Mr J Norris.

Caister-on-Sea - Removal of existing brick wall and erect strong wooden fence with concrete posts and gravel boards along boundary of property towards the east at 1 Hebrides Way, for Ms L Smith.

Extending existing garage with new pitched roof at 82 Westerley Way, for Mr A Day.

Fritten/St Olaves - Proposed extension to rear of existing bungalow at 1 Forest Mount, New Road, Fritton ,for Mr P Patel.

Great Yarmouth - Side extension and conservatory at 9 Arnott Avenue, Gorleston, for Mr C Reynolds.

Proposed porch extension at 17 Buxton Avenue, Gorleston, for Mr Tim Burgis.

Alterations to roof with dormer and velux roof windows at front. Dormers at rear to form loft conversion at 10 Buxton Avenue, Gorleston, for Mr D Rose.

Retrospective application for use of land as a car park, loading and unloading of commercial vehicles. Temporary siting of two containers for storage purposes. New vehicular access at Private Car Park, Norfolk Capacitors Ltd,, Leyden Works, Station Road, for Mr M Holzer.

One fascia sign and one projecting sign at 81 Regent Road, Regent Road Supermarket, for Mrs N Ravichandran.

Single storey extension with mezzanine at Unit 3, Swanstons Road, for Shopkit Group Ltd.

One fascia sign at Unit 3, Swanstons Road, for Shopkit Group Ltd.

Convert former GPO building into 15 self contained flats with commercial use at ground floor. Redevelop rear yard and construct 14 self contained flats with associated parking at 25 Hall Quay, for Oakville Homes Ltd.

Conversion of three storey house and basement into four bedsits at 59 South Market Road, for Mrs R basaric.

Variation of condition 3 of PP 06/09/0576/F to allow the formation of a games room and cinema to rear and glass extension to dining room at 56 North Drive, for Mr M Cutajar.

Single storey rear extension at 78 Caister Road, for Mr C Oxborough.

Hemsby - Revised layout to external play equipment, previously approved under 06/10/0111/F at Hemsby Beach Holiday Village, Beach Road, for Horning Pleasurecraft Ltd.

Ormesby St Margaret - Alterations to roof to form new first floor at 2 Worcester Close, for Mr N Woolston.

Rollesby - Retrospective application for change of use from derelict land to domestic garden and storage of hobby materials at land adjoining Pumping Station, Back Lane, for Mr A Austin.

Thurne - Proposed first floor extension, dormer, porch and replacement entrance porch at Dubeck, Repps Road, for Mr J Wheeley.

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