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6. 23 May 2024

The following planning applications have been received and are out for consultation. You can view them online by clicking the application number below or via our search page

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DEVELOPMENT AFFECTING THE SETTING OF A LISTED BUILDING (LB) AND/OR THE CHARACTER OR APPEARANCE OF A CONSERVATION AREA (CA)

Franklyn House, Alphington.  Extension of existing parking area on southern part of site.  20/1713/FUL (CA&LB)

Garages, Cecil Road, St Thomas.  Variation of condition two of 23/0249/FUL (Conversion of four garages and store into a dwelling and associated alterations) for revised drawings.  24/0405/VOC (CA)

McDonalds, 190 High Street.  Retention of roller shutter to shopfront.  24/0492/FUL (CA)

St Michael’s & All Angels Church, Alphington.  New roof-mounted PV solar panels.  24/0468/FUL (CA&LB)

2 Church Road, Alphington.  Alterations and extension to dwelling.  24/0495/FUL (CA&LB)

12 White Street, Topsham.  Replace existing conservatory with single-storey rear extension, existing roof tiles with natural slate, existing windows with timber-framed windows, dormer roof finish with single-ply membrane and vertical natural slate.  24/0493/FUL (CA)

 

LISTED BUILDING APPLICATIONS

2 Church Road, Alphington.  Alterations and extension to dwelling.  24/0496/LBC

27 Gandy Street.  New internal door opening between Dining Room and Tower staircase.  24/0489/LBC

 

PLANNING APPLICATIONS

Exeter City AFC Ltd., St James’s Park.  Construction of 18m x 11m single-storey free-standing metal canopy.  Shipping container (6.1 x 2.4m) to be used as a food outlet on match days.  24/0341/FUL *

6 Essex Close, St Thomas.  Demolition of existing conservatory and construction of single-storey rear extension.  24/0523/FUL *

38 Countess Wear Road, Priory.  Front dormer roof extension.  24/0459/FUL *

45 Knowle Drive, Exwick.  Dormer extension to the front.  24/0520/FUL *

 

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2 Priestley Avenue.  Raise garage roof and convert garage into inhabitable room.  23/1481/FUL *

 

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE) (ENGLAND) ORDER 2015

NOTICE UNDER ARTICLE 15 AND ARTICLE 16 OF APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMISSION ACCOMPANIED BY AN ENVIRONMENTAL STATEMENT, AFFECTING A PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY AN D WITHIN 10m OF A RAILWAY LINE

Proposed development at Water Lane. I give notice that Richard Clark is applying to Exeter City Council for planning permission and has submitted revised and additional information for “demolition of existing buildings and structures and residential-led mixed use development providing new dwellings, residential and work space, retail, café/restaurant, community and cultural/leisure/education/hotel uses and associated infrastructure, including vehicular access, servicing, mobility hub, energy plant; alteration of ground levels; drainage and public open space; landscaping and public realm works; including pedestrian and cycle routes, with all matters reserved for future considerations, with the exception of access (Revised Plans)”. This application is accompanied by an Environmental Statement. The proposed development to which the application relates is situated within 10 metres of relevant railway land. The proposed development would affect a right of way to which Part 3 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (public rights of way) applies.

Members of the public may inspect copies of the application, the plans, the Environmental Statement and other documents submitted with the application on the Councils website, or at The Civic Centre, Paris Street, Exeter, EX1 1NN between the hours of 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays).  Members of the public may obtain paper copies of the Environmental Statement from The Civic Centre for which ECC standard copying charges will apply. Anyone who wishes to make representations about this application should write to the Council at The Civic Centre, Paris Street, Exeter, EX1 1NN or emailing consultations@exeter.gov.uk by 23 June 2024. Signed: Roger Clotworthy, on behalf of Exeter City Council, 23 May 2024. 23/1007/OUT

 

Date: 23 May 2024

 

* Identifies applications not advertised in the Press.