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Planning applications, week ending April 21

PUBLISHED: 14:07 28 April 2010 | UPDATED: 15:53 07 July 2010

BRECKLAND Council has received the following planning applications during the week ending April 21. They may be inspected during normal office hours at the Planning Department, Elizabeth House, Walpole Loke, Dereham and any representations should be made, in writing, to the development services manager.

BRECKLAND Council has received the following planning applications during the week ending April 21. They may be inspected during normal office hours at the Planning Department, Elizabeth House, Walpole Loke, Dereham and any representations should be made, in writing, to the development services manager.

Beetley - Continued use of relocated storage bays at East Bilney Quarry, Rawhall Lane, for Middleton Aggregates Limited.

Bradenham - Development of eight open market homes and six local needs homes at land on south side of Hale Road, for Clayland Estates.

Cranworth - Proposed cart lodge at High Barn, Shipdham Road, for Mrs D Hallam.

Dereham - Rear extension with room in the roof at Alandale, Union Drift, for Mr and Mrs A Bemrose.

Hardingham - Variation of condition 2 of pp 3PL/2007/18904/F to include internal changes, demolition of existing addition, new conservatory at Meadow Barn, Manson Green, for Mr J Vaughan.

Lay-by for company vehicle while visiting sewage pumping station at land adjacent to 4 Church Road, for Anglian Water Services Ltd.

Litcham - Relocation of existing mobile classroom and erection of new purpose built dance studio at Litcham High School, Church Street, for Head of Children's Services.

Swanton Morley - Proposed extensions to form a hydrotherapy swimming pool and enlarged porch at 20 Lincoln Close, for Mr and Mrs R Drury.

Mattishall - Erection of front porch to bungalow at 5 Thynnes Lane, for Mr and Mrs Mckenzie.

Scarning - Erection of single storey disabled facilities rear extension to existing house at 10 Allwood Avenue, for Mrs L Barnes.


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