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Latest Preston planning applications for May 27 to June 3

Posted on - 12th June, 2022 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Housing, Preston News, Redevelopment
Preston City Council town hall. Pic: Tony Worrall
Preston City Council Town Hall Pic: Tony Worrall

Below are the planning applications registered with Preston City Council from 27 May to 3 June.

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  • Prior notification submission for change of use from hairdressers (Class E) to 1 new flat (Class C3) at 85A Wellington Road, Preston. Validated 31 May.
  • Change of use of 1 new agricultural building to home gym (retrospective) at Lewth Farm, Lewth Lane, Preston. Validated 27 May.
  • Change of use of stables to office (Class E(g) at Lewth Farm, Lewth Lane, Preston. Validated 27 May.
  • 2.2m to 1m high boundary fence (retrospective) at 43 Garstone Croft, Preston. Validated 31 May.
  • 1 new agricultural building at Willbrig Cottage, Roots Lane. Validated 30 May.
  • Single-storey extension to side and rear, hip to gable roof alteration and rear dormer at 11A Marina Drive, Preston. Validated 30 May.
  • Change of use from residential (Class C3) to a 5 bed house in multiple occupancy (Class C4) at 81 Eldon Street, Preston. Validated 30 May.
  • Replacement of existing white timber windows with uPVC anthracite grey and replacement of existing timber doors with uPVC anthracite grey at 162 Victoria Road, Preston. Validated 27 May.
  • First floor extension to existing dental practice at 284e Garstang Road, Preston. Validated 1 June.
  • Single-storey rear extension following the demolition of existing conservatory at 2 Lyndeth Close, Preston. Validated 27 May
  • Discharge of condition no.5 (construction management plan or construction method statement) attached to planning permission 06/2022/0171 at Cardinal Newman College, Lark Hill Road, Preston. Validated 30 May
  • Two-storey side extension at Bulsnape Cottage, Horns Lane, Preston. Validated 31 May.
  • Certificate of lawfulness for existing use of 2 new dwellings as 1 new dwelling at 114 Ellen Street, Preston. Validated 31 May.
  • First floor extension to front, full replacement of roof, new access and installation of new doors and windows to rear, conversion of double garage to single garage, utility and bathroom at 18 Fareham Close, Preston. Validated 31 May
  • Single-storey extension to rear at 35 Winckley Road, Preston. Validated 1 June.
  • Single-storey extension to existing rear extension, increase to roof height and installation of roof lights, full render to all elevations, and 2m high boundary treatments to front and rear (retrospective) at 62 Callon Street, Preston. Validated 31 May.

Moor Park House, 81-83 Garstang Road, Preston. Validated 1 June:

  • T2 – Wych elm – Coppice tree at ground level.
  • T3 – London plane – prune to attain approximately 5m ground clearance to west and driveway to east by removal of tertiary branches approximately 75mm diameter; prune to attain a 2m clearance to care home building to east.
  • T4 – Copper beech – prune to attain approximately 5m clearance to west.
  • T5 – Horse chestnut – remove the stem of approximately 150mm diameter to west.
  • T7 – Lime – prune to remove basal growth from ground level up to 4m height, and prune to remove adventitious shoot arising to west.
  • T8 – Whitebeam – prune to attain approximately 5m clearance to west.
  • T9 – Wych elm- fell and remove.
  • T10 – Norway maple ‘Crimson King’ – reduce branch arising to the west by approximately 2m height and 1m length.
  • T11 – Norway maple – prune to remove smaller diameter stem arising to the south and remove branch in contact with stone wall.
  • T12 – Horse chestnut – prune to reduce canopy by up to approximately 2.5m.
  • G1 – Leyland Cypress – prune group to return to suitable managed height (approximately 4m) and width.
  • G3 –  Lime – prune to remove basal growth from ground level to a height of approximately 2.5m.
  • G4 – Remove cherry laurel and lime re-growth to east.
  • G5 – 1 new Norway maple – fell and remove.


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