Planning Round-up: 8th November – 15th November

Posted on - 21st November, 2009 - 1:56pm | Author - | Posted in - Housing, Opinion

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


Decisions were made on 9 applications in the week from 8th November – 15th November 2009. All were approved.

5 and 5A Latham Street will be getting a new sliding timber sash to the front windows thanks to Eaves Brook Housing Association.

Mrs B Judge of 24 Hillside Avenue, Fulwood, will be adding a new single storey side extension once she’s demolished the existing one.

Mr J O’Donnell of 170 Conway Drive, Fulwood, will be having a 1.7m high boundary wall built with 2m high piers at the side and rear of his property.

The Parkinsons at 72 Woodplumpton Road, Ashton are adding a new conservatory and demolishing the old one.

105 Woodplumpton Lane, Broughton, a Mr Andrew Hesketh is adding a single storey extension to the rear of the house plus a pitched roof to the garage to provide additional living accommodation.

A new porch, a single storey side and rear extension will be happening at 1 The Square, Whittingham thanks to Mr Jonathan Williams.

Mr Sal Patel of 3 Highrigg Drive, Broughton, is erecting a single storey side extension and a two storey rear extension.

19 Bairstow Street has changed from being a house of multiple occupancy to three self-contained flats.

48 St Stephen’s Road is having a single and two storey extension built at the rear of the property thanks to Mr Safwan Mitha.

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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