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Planning applications - 18 October, 2016

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Applications to the Development and Planning Authority, as published in the Guernsey Press.

CASTEL

Mrs M. A. Walsh – erect a car port at The Lawns, Les Landes, Les Baissieres.

FOREST

Mrs M. Moorman – variations to plans previously approved to erect a single storey side extension and two rooflights (west roofslope) – erect flat roof rear extension and install two rooflights (west roofslope) at Damoni, Rue du Manoir.

ST ANDREW’S

Mr R. De La Rue – demolish chimney (north elevation) at La Bretonnerie, Rue des Bailleuls.

ST MARTIN’S

Mr and Mrs D. Battle – erect a conservatory at rear (south elevation) of dwelling at Mallory, Rue des Marettes.

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Mr B. Sparrow and Miss S. Lucas – demolish existing and erect replacement single storey flat roof extension at rear of dwelling at The Crows Nest, Rue des Marettes.

Mr K. Tang – variations to plans previously approved to erect an outbuilding (store, workshop, studio) (revised) – lay external paving and granite cobbles and hard landscaping and amend internal layout at A La Ronde, La Rue Gros Jean, Bon Port.

Mr and Mrs C. Bader – demolish and rebuild dwelling at Mau Loa, Jerbourg Road.

ST PETER PORT

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Mr and Mrs R. McGregor – demolish garage and erect two storey extension, with 1.5 storey link to main dwelling. Install lean-to roof and erect first floor balcony to rear of dwelling. Alter vehicular access and install air source heat pump at Takliwa, Guelles Road.

LPE Ltd – fell four pine trees and replace with four turkey oak trees on north boundary of Elizabeth Avenue at Trafalgar Court, Elizabeth Avenue, Les Banques.

Guernsey Electricity – install GRP substation enclosure at Les Rocquettes Hotel, Rocquettes Lane.

Guernsey Housing Association – demolish existing buildings, erect eight new dwellings and 14 apartments with associated car parking, create new access road and pedestrian/cycle access and carry out landscaping at former Priaulx Garage and Late Shopper site, Les Oberlands.

Mr C. Le Page – demolish existing garage and retail showroom and erect new vehicle showroom at St Peter Port Garage, Rue du Pre.

ST SAMPSON’S

Bridge Developments Ltd – variations to works previously approved for residential development to create 20 units of accommodation – install nine balconies at first floor level (to units 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, 18 and 19) at Bickleigh, Saltpans Road.

Guernsey FA – install Portakabin and site hut for a temporary period of three years at The Track, Victoria Avenue.

Mr and Mrs J. Maguire – infill vehicular access, remove section of roadside boundary wall to create new vehicular access at Elmsdale, Rue Sauvage.

Mr and Mrs P. Carey and Mrs A. Cullen – install external staircase and alterations to fenestration on garage at Acre Cottage, Les Petites Mielles, L'Islet.

ST SAVIOUR’S

Mr and Mrs Searle – erect a glasshouse and agricultural store at Petit Choffins, Rue des Choffins.

VALE

Mr R. Martin – install first floor balcony at rear and increase height of flat roof parapet at La Concha, La Ville Baudu.

However, if also advertised by site notice, the timescale for making representations will be 21 days from the first display of the site notice.

Applications are normally published in the Guernsey Press shortly after they are received as valid and this advertisement may appear before the site notice is erected. Minor applications may not be included as part of this list. However, a complete register containing details of all applications received is available for inspection at the auhtority's offices at Level 3, Sir Charles Frossard House, La Charroterie, St Peter Port, between 9am and 5pm, Mondays to Fridays.

Please note that the content of any letters of representation are not treated as confidential by the authority and will be disclosed, at their request, to the applicant, once the application has been determined.

Representations will also be made available to the planning tribunal in the event of an appeal, and could be considered and discussed at a public tribunal hearing.

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