Planning News in and around Midsomer Norton this week

  Posted: 24.02.21 at 12:22 by The Editor

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In planning news in and around Midsomer Norton this week:
An application has been put in to build three three bed homes at land rear of 62, at the High Street. Details under Reference 21/00785/FUL. The application if successful would see the demolition of the existing storage building on the site.

It was eerily quiet over at the old Radco store in the centre of Radstock today (February 24) with the local bakery company Maiseys Bakery now having vacated the premises.

With that area now cleared the building work can now begin at the site, bordered between the A362 Somervale Road to the north and the A367 Wells Road to the south .

The development was initially approved by councillors back in October 2019 however that itself was the fifth version of the plans, having been changed because of feedback during consultation. The store itself closed to customers in August 2020.

In other planning news:

In Peasedown an application has been put in to demolish the Christadelphian Hall, on Huddox Hill. Under application 21/00763/FUL an application has been made for a change of use of existing (D1) Christadelphian Hall and erection of (C3) 1.5 storey dwelling, garage and associated works.

An extract showing the proposed site of three new homes just off the Midsomer Norton High Street

In Welton, at 4 Florida Terrace, there is an application -
21/00673/FUL- to build a single storey and two storey rear extension.

The householders at 19 Highfields, in Westfield, BA3 3UH
( under Reference 21/00615/FUL) have applied to build a porch at the front of the house. The application is still pending.

And at 1 Ham Gardens in Midsomer Norton Ash die back has arrived and the owners want to cut back their tree, and another Sycamore, to help prevent its spread. The application is under 21/00730/TCA.

Back in Radstock, homeowners have applied to prune a tree at Manor Cottage, at 14 Church Street, ( Reference 21/00797/TCA).

In local planning decisions this week:

A retrospective application to build a garage at Jesmond, on Hazel Terrace, in Westfield, ( 21/00074/FUL) has been permitted. The application also includes an application for the store room.

A variation of one of the planning conditions concerning the collection of rainwater at 4 Pillsbridge Cottages, at Old Mills, in Paulton, has been permitted. Building work is underway to turn the cottages back into separate dwellings.

Planners have also discharged one of the conditions involving turning two barns into a single dwelling at Weavers Farm, on the High Street in Wellow. The Reference is : 21/00148/CONDLB.

Somervale School has been given the approval for remedial tree works on the grounds in Midsomer Norton. The work is being carried out by Fosseway Tree Services Ltd.

The planning department at B&NES has given the go-ahead to build a new single storey garage at Cam Valley View, on Red Hill, in Camerton.

They have approved a non material amendment to the application to build a second storey side extension and a single storey rear extension at 16 Furlong Close in Midsomer Norton (the full application is 20/04392/FUL).

Planners have approved a non-material amendment to an application for a conservatory at 5 Hayes Park Road in Midsomer Norton.

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