NEW APPLICATIONS

January 2023

NEW APPLICATIONS

PL/2022/07509 – 22 Station Road, Purton. SN5 4EN
Retrospective application for garden store to side elevation.
At the Full Council meeting held on14th November 2022, Purton Parish Council raised No Objection to the retrospective application for garden store to side elevation, providing it remains as a garden store and is not  used for any other purpose.

PL/2022/07748– 15 Hoggs Lane, Purton. SN5 4HQ
Demolition of existing proposed two storey side/rear extension and detached garage with home office over.
At the Full Council meeting held on14th November 2022, Purton Parish Council raise No Objection to the demolition of existing extension proposed two storey side/rear extension and detached garage with home office over.

PL/2022/07967– 103 Pavenhill, Purton. SN5 4DB
First floor front extension, amendment to previous approval PL/2022/03167 and two single garages.
At the Full Council meeting held on14th November 2022, Purton Parish Council raise No Objection to the first floor extension, amendment to previous approval PL/2022/03167 and two single garages.

PL/2022/07482– 27 Waite Meads Close, Purton. SN5 4ET
Proposed two storey side extension and single storey rear extension.
At the Full Council meeting held on14th November 2022, Purton Parish Council raise No Objection to the proposed two storey side extension and single storey rear extension.

PL/2022/08052 – Manor Hill Farm, Purton. SN5 4EG
Certificate of lawfulness to confirm established commercial use of office, stores, and workshop spaces.
At the Full Council meeting held on 14th November 2022, Purton Parish Council Objects to the certificate of lawfulness to confirm established commercial use of office, stores, and workshop spaces for the following reasons:- The area is not suitable for HGV traffic, being between two limits of7.5 ton maximum, and on a narrow country road. The applicant states the usage has been established over a period of ten years therefore it has a rite to apply for this certificate. Whilst it is true that Manor Electrics have been in residence for over ten years the other proposed companies have not and can be deemed as new businesses. This area is not suitable for an expansion of industrial use and should not be considered for further expansion. A recent application, concerning a scaffolding company was refused permission, and limits of diversification should be imposed.