Planning round-up: 11th October – 18th October

Posted on - 18th October, 2009 - 8:21pm | Author - | Posted in - Business, Housing

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


Decisions were made on 17 applications in the week from 11th October 2009 to 18th October 2009.


An application(06/2009/0584) by Sector Security Services Ltd to turn part of a former storage building into a vehicle repair workshop was refused. The address was the Former Roach on Deepdale Street.


Mr Mulla of 14 Eldon Street had a decision approved to erect a single storey extension to his property.

Dr Matthew Field of Willowbank Cottage, Goosnargh, had a decision approved to erect a two storey and single storey extension to rear of dwelling and installation of two first floor windows to the side elevation of the existing dwelling.

Ribbleton Contract Hire Ltd are converting an office on Winckley Square to be used as a taxi booking service.

Mrs Wendy Gregson was granted retrospective approval for a new single storey extension at 33 Linnet Street.

Brimar Lettings have a new shop front at the General Havelock Hotel on Plungington Road, plus they had two internally illuminated fascia signs and one internally illuminated projecting sign approved.

Mr I Ratcliffe of 19 Pineway, Fulwood, had a two-storey extension approved to the side of the house.

Mr Basrat Ali will be erecting a two-storey extension to the side of 35 Belmont Avenue, Ribbleton.

Varley Insulation Products Ltd gained retrospective approval for two non-illuminated free standing signs at Blackpole Farm, Lewth Lane, Woodplumpton.

Furness Building Society have two new illuminated signs for their branch at 8 Lune Street.

Mr & Mrs S Kandola of 268 Hoyles Lane, Preston gained approval for a front entrance canopy, a two storey and single storey extension to the rear (including conversion of attic into living accommodation) and alterations to access.

Mr Jonnal Kumar of 1 Peachtree Close, Fulwood will be demolishing his conservatory and constructing some decking, plus building a two story extension.

Two other applications were withdrawn.

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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