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Breckland planning applications

PUBLISHED: 10:38 27 February 2009 | UPDATED: 15:03 07 July 2010

THE following planning applications have been registered by Breckland Council during the last week ending February 25. They may be inspected during normal office hours at the planning department, Elizabeth House, Walpole Loke, Dereham, and any representations in respect of them should be made in writing to the development services manager.

THE following planning applications have been registered by Breckland Council during the last week ending February 25. They may be inspected during normal office hours at the planning department, Elizabeth House, Walpole Loke, Dereham, and any representations in respect of them should be made in writing to the development services manager.

Bintree - Construction of detached two storey dwelling adjacent Cromer Cottage, 3 The Street, for Mr L Rixon.

Bradenham - Shower/dressing room and carport extensions, at Oak Leafe, Daffy Green, for Mr and Mrs P Bush.

Dereham - Change of use from showroom to an Indian restaurant and takeaway, at 2 London Road, for Mr Mohammed Ali, 58 Bunwam Close, Norwich.

Elsing - Extension to and conversion of existing garage to annexe accommodation, new double garage extension at Woodlands, Green Lane, for Mr R Mower.

Hoe - Construction of agricultural storage building, polytunnels x 2 and temporary agricultural accommodation at Hall Road, for Mr N Hubbard, Elmham House Cottage, North Elmham.

Necton - Proposed extensions and alterations, at 8 The Avenue, for Gareth James.

Scarning - Removal of condition 4 from 3PL/2008/1367/F, on land adjacent Westholme, Chapel Lane, for R Woodgett & Son, 22 Vicarage Meadow, Dereham.

Sporle - Side extension at 46 Priory Close, for Mr and Mrs B Johnson.

Whinburgh/Westfield - Changes to elevations. Proposed new Velux windows in roof and new window to side elevation, proposed changes to existing windows, at Westfield Place, Whinburgh Road, Westfield, for Lisa Smith.


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