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Planning applications

PUBLISHED: 12:00 24 March 2010 | UPDATED: 15:48 07 July 2010

Breckland District Council has received the following planning applications during the week ending March 19. 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 District Council has received the following planning applications during the week ending March 19. 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 - Extensions and alterations to form two and a half storey dwelling and detached garage, at Lyndale, The Drift, for B Reynolds and M Fowler.

BINTREE - Change of use of property from part commercial use to full residential use, at 4 The Street, for Mr Shorter.

Extension of time limit on pp3PL/2007/0381 (construction of three terraced houses and associated parking), at The Allotments, The Street, for H Merckel.

DEREHAM - Extension and alterations to existing store, at Lidl Foodstore, Kingston Road, for Lidl UK GmbH.

EAST TUDDENHAM - Extension to existing residential care home, including new main entrance and enlargement and formalisation of car parking, at Ailwyn Hall, Berrys Lane, for Ashley Care Group.

GATELEY - Proposed reconstruction of previously dismantled cart shed to form dwelling, at Cart Shed Barn, Gateley Hall, for Earl and Countess Cathcart.

Listed Building Application for dismantling of cart shed retrospective and reconstruction to form dwelling, at Cart Shed Barn, Gateley Hall, for Earl and Countess Cathcart.

NORTH ELMHAM - Proposed dwelling and garage (amendments to approval 3PL/2006/1228/F), at Garden Plot 15A, adjacent to 17 Station Road, for Mr R Matthews.

Construction of dormer on rear elevation (certificate of lawfulness proposed use development), at 4 Larch Grove, for Mr and Mrs N Long.


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