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Latest Preston planning applications for March 25 to April 1

Posted on - 11th April, 2021 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Housing, Preston Council, Preston News
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Below are the planning applications registered with Preston City Council between March 25 to April 1.

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  • Alterations to front and side elevations, comprising or infill of splayed corner and new shop entrance to side at 413 New Hall Lane, St Matthews. Submitted on March 8
  • Change of use from newsagents to hot food takeaway at 105 Ronaldsway, Brookfield. Submitted on March 26
  • Re-location and extension to existing car park following demolition of existing conservatory at 126 Watery Lane, Ashton. Submitted on April 1
  • Two storey side/rear extension following demolition of existing garage at 3 Ribbleton Hall Crescent, Ribbleton. Submitted on March 17
  • Two storey rear extension and external alternations to existing solar panels to the rear of the property at 5 Westward Close. Submitted on March 18
  • Prior notification submission for one agricultural building at the land to the rear of the Ashes, Halfpenny Lane. Submitted on March 26
  • Replacement doors and windows and bricking up first floor window on front elevation, replacement windows to side and rear elevations, installation of roof lights, and alterations to existing rear extension including new roof, application of render and installation of patio doors at 40-42 Higher Bank Road, Garrison. Submitted on March 18
  • One two storey building comprising of 13 self-contained one bed apartments, one carer’s apartment and residents lounge with associated infrastructure and ancillary facilities at Ramblers Club, 11 Mornington Road, Ribbleton. Submitted on March 18
  • One dwelling and detached garage at Slaters Farm, 207 Whittingham Lane. Submitted on March 19
  • Outline applications for one place of worship and associated parking facilities with some matters reserves at the land to the south of D’urton Lane. Submitted on March 19
  • Remove weak attachment and deadwood of one common Lime tree, reduce 1m from street lights one Silver Birch, re-pollard one Silver Birch tree and crown lift by 1m one Silver Birch at Forest Brook House, Victoria Road, Garrison. Submitted on March 22
  • Two storey and first floor front extensions at St Matthews C of E Primary School, New Hall Lane, St Matthews. Submitted on March 22
  • Single storey side and rear extension following demolition of side bay window and rear conservatory at 23 The Crescent, Ashton. Submitted on March 23
  • Crown reduction by 20% to retain shape and structure one Beech tree at the land between The Stone House, 72 and Stone Cottage, 80 Whittingham Lane, Broughton. Submitted on March 23
  • Crown reduce by 20% to retain shape and structure 1no. Ash tree, crown raise and removal of lowest lateral branch due to excessive shading 1no. Horse chestnut tree and crown raise and removal of lowest lateral branch due to excessive shading 1no. Lime tree at 22 Powis Road, Ashton. Submitted on March 23
  • Fell and remove one Silver Birch tree at 97 Watling Street Road, Garrison. Submitted on March 25
  • Fell and remove 1no. Oak tree, reduce by approximately 2-3 metres 2no. Oak trees, reduce approximately 2-3 metres 3no. Lime trees, crown clean 1no. Beech tree, remove lateral limb of around 10 inches diameter 1no. Oak tree at 1 Orchard Walk, Preston. Submitted on March 26
  • Crown reduction, crown clean and crown thin approximately 20% of two Weeping Willow trees at 55 Lower Bank Road, Garrison. Submitted on March 29

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