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Latest Preston planning applications for October 16 to October 23

Posted on - 25th October, 2020 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Housing, Politics, Preston Council, Preston News
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Below are the planning applications registered with Preston City Council between October 16 and October 23.

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  • Erection of a two storey building containing two flats, following demolition of existing outbuilding and store to rear at 480 Garstang Road, Preston. Submitted on October 16.
  • Two and three storey, 64 bedroom care home and 16 supported living apartments for adults with learning disabilities in a three storey building, car parking, servicing and wasted collection area, walkway and landscaped grounds with access from Navigation Way following demolition of former restaurant. At the Former Baffito’s Restaurant and Bar, Ashton-on-Ribble. Submitted on October 22.
  • Change of used of 12 car park spaces to a waterless hand care wash and valeting operation at Deepdale Shopping Park, Blackpool Road. Submitted on October 16.
  • Outline application seeking approval for access only for up to 100 dwellings with associated works at the land off Garstang Road, Bilsborrow. Submitted on October 13.
  • Replacement windows at 24 Watling Street, Sharoe Green. Submitted by October 19.
  • Two storey side extension following demolition of existing side extension at 1 Esplanade, Preston. Submitted on October 20.
  • Single storey extension to side and rear following demolition of existing garage at 86 Levensgarth Avenue, Preston. Submitted on October 12.
  • Two storey side extension, single storey rear extension, hip to gable roof and dormer to rear following demolition of existing garage at 133 Garstang Road, Preston. Submitted on October 16.
  • Increase in roof height of dwelling and two storey and single storey extensions to side and rear at 309 Skeffington Road, Preston. Submitted on October 13.
  • Reduce height by six and eight metres and spread over drive six to seven metres of a Beech tree and a Sycamore tree at Grantley House, Whittingham Lane, Grimsargh. Submitted by October 14.
  • Two storey and single storey side extension and single storey rear extension following demolition of existing conservatory at 213A Tulketh Road, Preston. Submitted by October 23.
  • Change of use from a public house (Class A4) to a place of worship and teaching centre (Class D1), including creation of car park and outdoor amenity space, and the replacement of a section of first floor flat roof with a pitched roof at The Withy Trees Hotel, Lytham Road, Preston. Submitted on October 14.
  • Front porch, two storey side extension, single storey rear extension, following demolition of existing single storey side extension and front porch at 22 Belmont Avenue, Preston. Submitted on October 14.
  • Formation of additional car parking spaces at Barkat, Canute Street, Preston. Submitted on October 22.
  • Conversion of part of the existing dwelling to form a day nursey at White Gables, Bartle Lane. Submitted on October 15.
  • Single storey rear extension at 40 Ash Meadow, Preston. Submitted on October 16.
  • Listed Building Consent for alterations to roof and lintels at 139 Centenary Mill Court, Preston. Submitted on October 21.
  • Two storey and single storey rear extension following demolition of existing single storey extension at Post Office, Whittingham Lane, Preston. Submitted on October 16.
  • Two and three storey buildings containing 52 affordable apartments for people aged over 55 with associated landscaping, car parking and new access off Woodplumpton Lane at A Touch of Spice, 521 Garstang Road, Preston. Submitted on October 19.

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