Test Valley Borough Council. Town and Country Planning Act 1990. Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990Notice ID: BOU1720061
Test Valley Borough Council
Town and Country Planning Act 1990
Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990
The Council has received the applications listed below which require advertising under one of the above Acts:-
20/00700/LBWS and 20/00924/FULLS - Rear first floor extension to provide function room, kitchen and associated facilities - Romsey Conservative Club, 13 Market Place, Romsey
20/00703/VARS - Variation of Condition 2 of Planning Permission 18/01391/FULLS - To allow the use of the temporary park and ride for 3 to 4 weekends per year for open day events - University Hospital Southampton NHS Trust, AP6, Adanac Drive, Nursling
20/00919/FULLS - Demolition of redundant storage building and garages and construction of two dwellings and carports with package treatment plant and associated works - Chalk Vale Farm Storage Barn, Chalk Vale, Ashley
20/00936/FULLS - Demolition of existing outbuilding and erection of single storey extension with glazed link to house - 27 West Tytherley, Salisbury
20/00945/FULLS - Change of use from open storage and as a builder’s yard to residential use and erection of 2 no. four-bedroom houses with associated parking and landscaping at land to the west of Fishlake Cottage - Land To The West Of Fishlake Cottage, Greatbridge Road, Romsey
20/00953/FULLS - Demolition of existing porch and erection of single storey rear extension to provide additional living accommodation, addition of roof lights to existing attic room -
46 Cherville Street, Romsey
The applications are available for public inspection at Beech Hurst, Weyhill Road, Andover, SP10 3AJ and on our website www.testvalley.gov.uk. Any comments about an application should be received by the Council by 4th June 2020 and will be available for both inspection and copying.
In the event of an appeal against the refusal of planning permission in relation to a householder application, which is to be dealt with on the basis of representations in writing, any representations made about the application will be sent to the Secretary of State and there will be no further opportunity to comment at appeal stage.
Paul Jackson, Head of Planning and Building
15th May 2020