There were 3,249 planning applications
received during July to September 2017 (Q2), down almost 2% on the previous quarter (3,312) but up by nearly 7% on the same period a year earlier.
From 1 August, all planning applications
for major developments must satisfy the pre-application consultation requirements before they can be validated.
KIRKLEES COUNCIL - INVESTMENT & REGENERATION PO Box B93, Civic Centre 3, Huddersfield, HD1 2JR PLANNING NOTICES PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREAS) ACT 1990 NOTICE UNDER SECTION 67 AND/OR SECTION 73 TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREAS) REGULATIONS 1990 - NOTICE UNDER REGULATION 5 OR 13 The following planning applications
have been received which are for Listed Building Consent and would affect the setting of a Listed Building 1.
MIDDLESBROUGH BOROUGH COUNCIL TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990 PUBLICITY FOR PLANNING APPLICATIONS
(CIRCULAR 15/92) PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS & CONSERVATION AREAS) ACT 1990 The Council has received the following applications:-ADDRESS PROPOSAL Searchlight Farm Erection of 1no dwelling with Nunthorpe associated farm buildings also Middlesbrough associated access and ancillary caravan PLANNING APPLICATION
NO: M/FP/0564/15/P ADDRESS PROPOSAL Acklam Hall Detailed design of landscape Hall Drive layout for the Hall and its Middlesbrough immediate grounds, and the TS5 7DY wider grounds PLANNING APPLICATION
NO: M/RES/0544/15/P This planning application
may affect a public right of way.
Outline planning applications
can only be made when the proposal involves the erection of a building.
A number of planning applications
come before Local Planning Committees across Wales where the approval of the application would be likely to weaken or endanger the future of the Welsh at a community level.
All of these planning applications
are being fought vigorously by residents.
Llanishen-based planning and development consultants Harmers have submitted objections to Cardiff council to both planning applications
on behalf the residents' group.
A spokesman for Tranmere Rovers said the club had no comment to make about the planning applications
But Martin Haslett, senior planning officer at Warwick District Council, insisted: "It's not a case of choosing between planning applications
- each one will be judged on its merits.
Boris, 44, is taking the space overlooking the House of Commons even though he may have to rule on planning applications
by Shirayama Shokusan.
A RECORD number of new homes are being built in Liverpool, with the highest ever number of planning applications