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Planning applications

PUBLISHED: 12:06 17 March 2010 | UPDATED: 15:46 07 July 2010

BRECKLAND COUNCIL has received the following planning applications during the week ending March 12. 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 March 12. 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.

EAST TUDDENHAM - Extension to Old Hall with a lightweight glass link, at The Old Hall, Mattishall Road, for Granta Architects.

Listed building application. Extension to Old Hall with a lightweight glass link, at The Old Hall, Mattishall Road, for Granta Architects.

LITTLE DUNHAM - Two-storey side extension, at 22 Necton Road, for Mr and Mrs Sedge.

NECTON - Variation of condition 1 on pp 3PL/1991/1231/D - reposition of garages on plots 17 and 18, at Oaks Drive, for Necton Management Limited.

Extension of time limit of 3PL/200/6/1770/F - demolition of staff bungalow and erection of 35-bed care home with 15-bed EMI wing, at Necton Grange, St Andrews Lane, for Caring Homes Healthcare.

SHIPDHAM - Demolition of existing and construction of replacement roof to outbuilding, at The Old Bakery, Old Post Office Street, for Mr E and Mrs W Purdy.

Conversion of former granary to dwelling (extension of time limit on 3PL/2005/0105/F), at Glebe House, High Street, for Mr S Tribe.

WHISSONSETT - Proposed porch, and detached double garage with first floor storage area, at Lower Farm Barn, New Road, for Dr Moondi and Ayling.

Replace the existing flat roof with pitched roof, at Springfields, Colkirk Road, for John Plume.


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