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Breckland planning applications

PUBLISHED: 11:56 11 May 2009 | UPDATED: 15:14 07 July 2010

THE following planning applications have been registered by Breckland council during the week ending May 6. 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 week ending May 6. 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.

Dereham - Demolition of existing factory buildings, residential redevelopment with access roads and landscaping at the Crane Fruehauf Site, South Green, for City & West End Property, c/o Building Plans Ltd, 10 Beech Avenue, Taverham.

Dereham - Proposed two storey extension to cottage at Rookery Cottage, Elsing Lane, Etling Green, for Mr C Carey.

Dereham - Listed building consent for new brick wall with gateway and revised parking arrangements for units 2 and 3 at The Old Guildhall, St Withburga Lane, for Mr M Green, Hillcrest, North Pickenham Road, Swaffham.

Mattishall - Demolition of existing conservatory and construction of single storey rear extension at 67 Dereham Road, for Mr and Mrs Garner.

Necton - Construction of a rear two storey kitchen and bedroom extension at Ivy Todd Cottage, Ivy Todd, Necton, for Mr Craigan and Mrs Long.

Whissonsett - Demolition of outbuilding and construction of two storey extension to existing property at Highfields, Dereham Road, for Dr Ian Jennings.

Tittleshall - Construction of new house at 12 High Street, for Mr N Medler, 10 Lynn Hill, Dereham.


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