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Breckland planning applications

PUBLISHED: 13:15 04 May 2009 | UPDATED: 15:12 07 July 2010

The following planning applications have been registered by Breckland Council during the last week ending April 29. 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 April 29. 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.

Bawdeswell - Proposed subdivision of four bedroom dwelling house to one three-bed dwelling and one two-bed dwelling at Bawdeswell Store, The Street, for MJT Construction Ltd.

Dereham - New brick wall with gateway, revised parking arrangements for Units 2 and 3 at The Old Guildhall, St Withburga Lane, for Mr M Green.

Construction of conservatory at The Gables, Union Drift, for Mr Money.

Kitchen extension and hipped roof to existing garage at 66 Yaxham Road, for Mr Miles.

Five proposed new dwellings at Sheldrick Place, for Mr M Gore.

East Tuddenham - Replacement dwelling at Common Farm, Common Road, for Mr S Clarke.

Necton - Proposed dwelling and garage at garden plot adjacent 21 Tuns Road, for Mr C and Mrs W England.

North Tuddenham - Extension to rear, double garage at 2 Main Road, for Mr A Frosdick.

Scarning - Construction of conservatory to rear of house at 7 Hillrise, for Mr I Maund.

Two storey side extension and garage at Arch Farm, Podmore Lane, for Mr and Mrs T Ward.

Shipdham - Extension of existing porch at Rectory Cottage, Church Lane, for Mr S Kite and Mrs B Steward.

Proposed siting of park home dwelling at Crow Hill Farm, Thetford Road, for Mr Ivan Chubbock.


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