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Latest Breckland planning applications

PUBLISHED: 17:20 19 February 2009 | UPDATED: 15:03 07 July 2010

The following planning applications have been registered by Breckland Council during the week ending February 18. They may be inspected during normal officer hours, as the planning department, Elizabeth House, Walpole Loke, Dereham, and any representations 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 February 18. They may be inspected during normal officer hours, as the planning department, Elizabeth House, Walpole Loke, Dereham, and any representations of them should be made, in writing, to the development services manager.

Bawdeswell - Single storey extensions to dwelling at Robinia House, Meadow Loke, for Mr and Mrs Knight.

Dereham - Demolition of existing training tower, construction of new fire tower and confined space training facility at Dereham Fire Station, 43 Norwich Road, for Mr M McCarthy.

Construction of block of residential apartments including means of access and parking area at land at Fleece Meadow, off Norwich Road, for Dereham Town Council.

Change of use A1 to A5 at 29 Quebec Street, for Longham Distribution Ltd.

Hardingham - Proposed boat shed, workshop and garaging to replace existing at Holmfield, Hackford Road, for Dr Alasdair Duthie.

Horningtoft - Part demolition of existing, and extensions at ground and first floor levels proposed at Elmroyd, Oxwick Road, for Mr R Storey and Ms S Moden.

Shipdham - New grain store building in existing farmyard at The Park Farm, Birds Corner, for Longham Distribution Ltd.

Sporle - Conversion of store/barn (gig house) to dwelling (ancillary to house) at The Old Beer House, 1 Great Dunham Road, for Mr and Mrs P Bell.


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