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
26 Rosemary Road, Lowfields, York YO24 3FN
Erection of one detached 3-storey dwelling (Self Build Plot 6, Lowfield Green)
Ref. No: 20/01961/FUL
26 Rosemary Road (back Tudor Road)
10 Ascot Court, Gale Lane, York YO24 3AE
Installation of balcony to rear
Ref. No: 20/01954/FUL
24 Wetherby Road Acomb York YO26 5BT
Single storey rear extension
Ref. No: 20/01941/FUL
17 Branton Place York YO26 5BQ
First floor rear extension and single storey rear extension
Ref. No: 20/01940/FUL
16 Redcoat Way York YO24 3NG
Single storey front extension
Ref. No: 20/01899/FUL
Christines Nail And Beauty 21 Front Street York YO24 3BW
Internal alterations including replacement of 8 internal doors with FD30 fire doors
Ref. No: 20/01763/LBC
Representations can be made in favour of, or in objection to, any application via the Planning online web site. http://planningaccess.york.gov.uk/online-applications/
The Council now no longer routinely consults neighbours by letter when an application is received
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
14 Redcoat Way York YO24 3NG
Two storey side extension and single
storey front extension.
Ref. No: 19/01305/FUL
Co-operative Retail Services Ltd 6 Beagle
Ridge Drive York YO24 3JQ
Display of 1 no. internally halo
illuminated fascia sign to the west elevation , 1 no. internally halo
illuminated logo sign to the north elevation, 4 no. non-illuminated banner
display units to the north elevation , and other associated signage.
Ref. No: 19/01286/ADV
244 Hamilton Drive West York
Single storey side and rear
extensions, hip to gable roof extension and dormer to rear
Ref. No: 19/01266/FUL
59 Westfield Place Acomb York
Condition 1 of 18/01501/FUL (as
approved on appeal) requiring details of the proposed screen to balcony.
Ref. No: AOD/19/00214
155A Gale Lane York YO24 3AG
Change of use of first floor apartment (Use Class C3) to House in Multiple Occupation for up to 5 occupants (Use Class C4)
NB. The proposal is to accommodate 5 individuals in rooms above the existing shop. No new allocated parking space is proposed
Ref. No: 19/01135/FUL
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
Talk/Talk ultra high speed cable laying starts on Monday in Foxwood
Paths to be resurfaced in Ainsty Park
The Council plans to resurface footpaths in The Gallops, Stirrup Close, Houndsway and Redcoat Way starting on 11th December. Residents will receive a letter shortly explaining what access restrictions will be in place and asking that overgrowth be cut back from the public footpath.
This scheme is programmed to take 11 weeks, weather permitting.
The work consists of excavating the current tarmac surfacing and laying two new layers of tarmac. Selected road kerbs are to be replaced and tactile crossing points are to be installed.
The Council will take the opportunity to offer residents within the area to be reconstructed a discounted extension or new vehicle crossing to be constructed as part of this scheme, at cost. Anyone wishing to take advantage of this offer should contact the Council, before construction commences. Existing vehicle crossings will be resurfaced with the current dimensions at no cost to residents.
Separately the Talk/Talk broadband contractors will be moving into the area. This has caused some concern about whether newly resurfaced footpaths may be damaged. We understand that the residents Association and local Councillors are checking this issue.
The cabling work has recently been completed in the Woodthorpe area with minor inconvenience to residents.
We doubt that many residential users really need ultra high speed broadband but heavy users of UHD TV may want to check out the Talk/Talk web site click.
The area already has access to high speed cable links provided by Virgin.
The York Council has announced which roads and footpaths will be resurfaced this year. The programme is the biggest for several years with, in total, £8,091,500 is due to be invested.
This represents an increase of 27% over the previous years budget
Around 100 individual roads are listed for resurfacing.
In the Westfield area, the programme includes £1/4 million for work on the following roads and footpaths
|Askham Lane (part)
|Acomb Wood Drive
|Foxwood Lane (part)
The full programme can be viewed by clicking here