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Planning round-up: 31st October – 7th November 2009

Posted on - 7th November, 2009 - 10:33am | Author - | Posted in - Housing, Redevelopment

Weekly round-up of planning application decisions in Preston, Lancashire.

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Decisions were made on 16 applications in the week from 31st October – 7th November 2009.

Refused

Mr & Mrs M Wells of Woodplumpton were not allowed to erect two semi-detached dwellings, one detached dwelling and one single detached garage and construct new vehicular access at 815 Whittingham Lane, Goosnargh.

Mr Rashid Hussain was refused permission to erect a single storey extension to the rear of 23 Highgate Avenue, Fulwood or alter the roof of a single storey side extension.

Preston College applied for permission to display a non-illuminated sign on the end wall of Douglas building, it would have been the full length of the building. They were refused permission.

The Preston Caribbean Club on Canute Street applied for permission to change their usage from assembly/leisure to wholesale/retail. Mr H Patel who applied was refused permission.

Approved

Mr D Cousins of 111 Coniston Road, Fulwood, will be putting up single storey extensions to both the front and rear of the property, plus adding a detached garage.

57 Longridge Road is being changed from a first-floor storage usage to a self-contained flat by Mr Tom Berry from Bolton.

Mr Tahir Mahmood is developing 222 New Hall Lane to add an extension, a new shop front and a ground floor window.

Mr P Keep of 7 Garrison Road, Fulwood, will be erecting two dormers at the rear of the property.

Mr Zaki El Haroun, is putting a two storey extension on the back of 42 Stanhope Street.

John Noye (Tarmacadam) Ltd will be building six new two storey terraced houses on the land east of 18 Oxheys Street following the demolition of a single storey building.

The University of Central Lancashire won approval for one illuminated wall sign, three non-illuminated wall signs, four free standing non-illuminated signs on Maudland Buiding, Maudland Bank.

Mr Abdul Hafiz will be changing 7-9 Sedgwick Street from industrial use on its ground floor to mixed wholesale and retail usage, to try and boost retail sales. He’ll also be erecting a canopy to sell goods from under.

Richer Sounds, Church Street, will be replacing its shop windows but in keeping with existing ornate metal fittings.

90 Queens Road, Fulwood, will be getting a new single storey extension to rear of property once the current single storey extension, outhouse and garage has been demolished.

Mrs P Rollo of The Mead, 22 Mulgrave Avenue, Ashton, will be extending the existing detached garage at the property and adding a new pitched roof to extend entire footprint of garage.

You can view details on any of these applications and any planning application in Preston by searching the Council’s website using their planning application search.

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