|| The Stable Block, Long Lane, Wrington
|| alter & extend SE corner with new office space above & residential space below.
|| Now that the Council has had the time to consider scheme C alongside schemes A&B the Council has no objection in principle to the increase in accommodation to the cottage subject to it being tied to an active trading business within the complex. These comments should also be considered with applications 06/P/1768/F & 06/P/1773/F. Traffic movements could be reduced if the above is imposed.
||South Croft, Silver Street, Wrington
|| D Exell
||alterations & change of use from residential to office B1
||OBJECT. Considered detrimental to a residential area, with traffic movement, parking and visual impact implications.There is office accommodation available within the Parish.
Lime Kiln Cottage
||conversion of garage to playroom & insertion of windows to south east and east elevations.
|| Winters Lane
|| Stables & haybarn
|| OBJECT. Unsuitable location as there is insufficient room for grazing and exercise particularly as there are no bridleways nearby and the lanes are narrow and used by "aircraft spotters" at the rear of Bristol International Airport. You may refer to the British Horse Society who has guidelines on what is considered acceptable conditions in terms of exercise and keeping horses
||Renovation of Brook House and erection of 12 new dwellings, landscaping, alterations to existing boundary walls, demolition of outbuildings & associated works.
||Separate comment to follow
| Linden Homes
|| Renovation of Brook House and erection of 12 new dwellings, together with provision of new site access, car parking, garages & landscaping. Alterations to existing boundary walls, demolition of outbuildings & associated works.
|| Separate comment to follow.
||4x Norway maple-reduce crown by up to 30%, 12x Leylandi Cypress- fell, Apple- fell
| Lapwing Ltd
|| 3-storey extension, single storey extension, interior alterations and construction of underground car parking.
||No objection in principle. Materials to be used to match existing structure Trees-the application states that no trees are to be felled or hedges removed. However, the proposed drawing omits the mature trees at the north-west corner and along the northern boundary. Also, the rear corner of the new wing is very close to the rear hedge, suggesting that some hedgerow trees will be removed. The drawings suggest increased car park lighting when the objective should be for less. Any new signage to be in line with that currently in place and certainly restricted to the current sizing