Posted: 09.06.21 at 10:11 by The Editor
Planning news locally this week.
The Midsomer Norton Telephone Exchange, on Silver Street (under application 21/02667/FUL) wants to remove the glass from two windows on the ground floor north elevation and replace them with aluminium louvres. It also applied to B&NES planners to blank off an existing louvre, from the inside, on the ground floor of the north elevation.
In case you missed it, work is underway with the mass regeneration of Keynsham High Street. You can read more by clicking HERE : the Midsomer Norton Nub News site
In High Littleton, Zermatt, on Church Hill (under 21/02660/FUL) has applied to build a rear extension and a loft conversion.
An application ( a resubmission) of plans by 81 Under Knoll, in Peasedown St. John, for a single storey rear extension following removal of the existing rear conservatory planning portal Reference: PP-09759699, has been withdrawn.
Planning decisions made by B&NES this week include:
They have approved plans to build a single storey rear extension at 11 St Paul's Place, in Welton.
Also in Welton, they have approved plans to build a single storey side and rear extension at 46 Welton Grove, BA3 2TU.
Permitted, an application by 26 Highfields, in Westfield, to build a garden room extension following removal of existing conservatory.
In Clutton, they have approved plans for a single storey rear extension at 7 Lower Bristol Road.
And in Keynsham, the Conservative Club, at 22 High Street, has been refused permission to paint the front of the building blue. That would have seen it reverting back to the colour that was in existence when the building was listed in 1975. (Retrospective).