Planning News in and around Norton Radstock this week

  Posted: 19.11.20 at 10:31 by The Editor

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Planning proposals put before B&NES planners this week include:

Developers have applied to approve the reserved matters for the work at 46 Radstock Road, Midsomer Norton, ( 20/04037/RES).
If you have been driving past and wondering what is happening there they want reserved matters (appearance, landscaping, layout and scale) with regard to outline application 19/01784/OUT. Those are plans for a residential development of up to nine houses with new road access, car parking, associated infrastructure and landscaping following demolition of an existing dwelling and outbuildings (This is a resubmission).

Oval Estates (Bath) Ltd, on Cobblers Way, in Westfield( under reference 20/04348/ODCOU) have put in a prior approval request for change of use from offices (Use Class B1) into 13 flats (Use Class C3).

Lilliput House, on the Fosseway in Westfield (under application
20/04335/ODCOU) has put in a prior approval request for change of use from offices (Use Class B1) to two one bedroom apartments (Use Class C3).

Planners are considering an application to build a two storey side extension at 20 Fosseway South, Midsomer Norton ( Ref.

An application has been put in to build a new garage and lower a garden wall at 24 West Hill Gardens in Westfield. That is under reference

The site at 46 Radstock Road cleared already (November 19)

In Charlton Park at 93 in Midsomer Norton, they have applied to build a rear ground floor extension ( Reference 20/04319/FUL).

Tree works applications currently under consideration include:

There is a felling application for land to the east of Providence Bungalow, Frome Road, Radstock, (under application 20/04290/TCA) They want to cut down an Ash, a Hazel and a Blackthorn tree.

An application has been put in to cut back an Ash at 38 Coombend, Radstock, Reference 20/04297/TCA.

And householders want to trim the Hawthorn at Chapel Lawns, Clandown (Reference 20/04342/TCA)

Planning decisions this week from B&NES include:

An application to demolish a side extension at 2 St Thomas Road, Welton, Midsomer Norton (20/03779/CLPU) and to build a new one, has been withdrawn.

An application to build a conservatory at 5 Hayes Park Road, in Midsomer Norton,( 20/03550/FUL) has been permitted.

Cutting back four trees at 1 St Charles Close, in Welton, BA3 2XA
20/03536/TPO due to Ash die back has been given consent.

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