Below is the latest planning application received by the York Council last week. Full details can be found by quoting the application reference on the “planning portal” web site. Click here.
Representations can be made in favour of, or in objection to, any application via the Planning on line web site.
NB. The York Council now no longer routinely consults neighbours by letter when an application is received.
Location: Former Civic Amenity Site Beckfield Lane York Ref No: 13/01833/FULM Proposal: Erection of 19no. dwellinghouses and 9no. apartments with associated works following demolition of existing buildings Applicant: City Of York Council Contact: Mr Jordan Gill Consultation Expiry Date: 17 July 2013Case Officer: Victoria Bell Expected Decision Level: COMM
NB A large number of objections to this plan are expected. In the main the grounds of objection are likely to be that the Council has failed to provide an adequate alternative method which allows residents to dispose of bulky items in an environmentally friendly, and convenient, way
Location: Acomb Chiropractic Clinic 60A York Road Acomb York YO24 4NW Ref No: 13/01891/TCA Proposal: Crown lift to 5m,crown thin by 20% and reduce from roof line to give 2m clearance, Copper Beech (T1), Tree in the Conservation Area Applicant: Mr Brack Contact: Mr Tom Kitchen Consultation Expiry Date: 8 July 2013 Case Officer: Esther Priestley Expected Decision Level: DEL
Location: 297 Chapelfields Road York YO26 5AE Ref No: 13/00924/FUL Proposal: Dormer window to rear Applicant: Mrs Amanda Morris Consultation Expiry Date 8 July 2013 Case Officer: Carolyn Howarth Expected Decision Level DEL
Location: 53 Chapelfields Road York YO26 5AA Ref No: 13/01269/FUL Proposal: Two storey side extension, single storey front and rear extensions and dormer to rear Applicant: Mr And Mrs Strickland Contact Ms Kate MacNeill Consultation Expiry Date 8 July 2013 Case Officer: Carolyn Howarth Expected Decision Level DEL http://planningaccess.york.gov.uk/online-applications/weeklyListResults.do?action=firstPage