Search for more Public Notices in your area
Planning

EAST DORSET DISTRICT COUNCIL PLANNING APPLICATIONS

Notice ID: MF0243738

Notice effective from
20th October 2017 to 19th November 2017

EAST DORSET DISTRICT COUNCIL
Notice is hereby given that the following applications have been received by East Dorset District Council:
3/17/2691/FUL Hill Cottage Farm Caravan Park, Hill Cottage Farm, Sandleheath Road,Alderholt, Fordingbridge, Dorset, SP6 3EG Change of use of 0.4ha to caravan site. Groundworks for 20 (net 19) touring caravan pitches, new WC Block and replace existing WC Block, landscaping and hardscaping.This proposal constitutes Major Development.
3/17/2840/LB Worlds End Inn, Dorchester Road,Almer, DT1 1 9EW Restoration of milestoneThis proposal affects the setting of a Listed Building.

A copy of the application, plans, and other documents submitted may be inspected at planning.christchurchandeastdorset.gov.uk, or at the Civic offices.You can submit comments by using the online commenting facility on the above webpage, e-mailing them to planningadmin@christchurchandeastdorset.gov.uk, or by letter to Civic Offices, Bridge Street, Christchurch, Dorset, BH23 1AZ or by email to planningadmin@christchurchandeastdorset.gov.uk , quoting the above reference, within 3 weeks of the publication of this Notice, by the 10 November 2017. Representations are available for all persons to inspect.
*As this is a householder application, in the event of an appeal against a refusal of planning permission, which is to be dealt with on the basis ofrepresentations 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.
J. Lynch, Head of Planning Date: 10 November 2017

Attachments

MF0243738.pdf Download

East Dorset District Council

Council Offices , Furzehill , Wimborne , Dorset , BH21 4HN

http://www.dorsetforyou.com/ 01202 886 201

Comments

or Register to leave a comment and/or receive comment alerts.

Related notices