Below are the latest planning applications
received by the York Council for the Westfield ward.
Full details can be found by
clicking the application reference
90 Tennent Road York YO24 3HG
Two storey side extension, single
storey rear extension and canopy to entrance
Ref. No: 19/01793/FUL
Windsor House 22 Ascot Way York
Variation of Condition 2 (approved
plans) of permitted application 18/02177/FUL for relocation of sub-station.
Ref. No: 19/01687/FUL
Acomb Methodist Church Front Street
York YO24 3BX
Non-material amendment to permitted
application 15/02252/FUL to amend the design of doors inserted to 2no. front
Ref. No: 19/01009/NONMAT
can be made in favour of, or in objection to, any application via the Planning
on line web site. http://planningaccess.york.gov.uk/online-applications/
The Council now no longer routinely consults neighbours by letter when an
application is received
Proposed sub station site
Officials are recommending that a new electricity sub station on Ascot Way be given the go ahead at a meeting which is scheduled to take place on 10th Dec
The application had caused some controversy when first publicised as some residents feared it could lead to an increase in crime.
The sub station will reduce the width of the footpath to the rear entrance to Hob Moor school.
Meanwhile there has been no response from the Council yet to complaints about the way in which the planning application for the Lincoln Court redevelopment was handled.
Sport England asked for the all weather games area to be replaced if the existing facility is bulldozed. The condition was omitted when the planning decision was published.
Later it emerged that the Council had included a condition requiring the additional 10 flats on the site to be used for “extra care” facilities.
Extra care beds require 24/7 staffing support the provisional of which would be economically unsustainable for such a small unit.
The plan could also have significant transport implications for the area.