Appendix A Planning Report – May 2024

Document Date

18/06/2024

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Meetings

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REPORT FROM THE PLANNING GROUP – May 2024

 

  • Granted Applications
Reference No.ForDate granted
None  

 

  • Refused/Withdrawn Applications
Reference No.ForDate refused
None 

 

  • Pending Applications
Reference No.For

Status

NW/24/0015561 Fullwell Road, 2 storey side extensionComments sent
NW/24/00160Dungee Corner, rural building conversionNo comments sent

 

  • New Applications
Reference No.For

Status

NW/24/0021187 London Road, loft conversion and extensionComments due
NW/24/002321 Mallows Yard, GarageComments sent

 

  • NW/24/00211 – 87 London Road, loft conversion and extension

This application is to create additional rooms in the loft and add a ground floor rear extension.  The plans show a two bedroom home, but there are three other rooms that could be used as bedrooms.

 

Suggested comments:

Bozeat Parish Council object to this proposal because it does not include any onsite parking.

Although the plans show only two rooms described as bedrooms, there are two or three further rooms that could be used as bedrooms in the future creating a 4 or 5 bedroom property.  The property does not currently have any onsite parking and the street parking on London Road is already congested.

Bozeat is a village with limited facilities and very limited public transport.  As a consequence it is common for all adult residents to own a car.

  • NW/24/00232 – 1 Mallows Yard, garage/studio

This application is for the garage/studio that has been built to the footings without permission.

Comments sent:

The parish council object to this proposal because the design and materials proposed are completely out of keeping with its surroundings.

1 Mallows Yard is a stone built property that lies between the Grade I listed Church of St Mary and Grade II listed Burnt Close.  Court Lane through which the garage would be accessed is lined with stone walls.  The utilitarian design and materials proposed would be inappropriate in this context.  Court Lane is a well-used public footpath not least because it is used by many of the congregants who park on Allens Hill.

  • Greenhill solar farm

An action group has been set up.