Applications since July

1 Montana Court, Leeway Close: amendment to pitch of roof to allow more headroom in flat
5 Hazelcroft: redevelopment to provide a detached two-storey dwelling house with parking
27 Ufford Close: S/S rear extension
1 Oakmeade: redevelopment
8a Derwent Avenue: conversion of garage to habitable room
15 Old Hall Close: S/S rear extension. New post to existing porch; alteration of roof to form end gable
1 Old Hall Close: front eyebrow dormer; 3 rear dormers to create habitable roof space
32 Sherington Avenue: S/S front infill extension, conversion of garage to habitable room; two-storey rear extension
26 Royston Park Road: replacement of one side ground floor window with door
57 Woodhall Gate: single and two-storey side extension and two-storey rear extension front with canopy and roof lights
59 Woodhall Gate: similar to 57 Woodhall Gate
Oxhey Lane Farm: erection of barn
**1 Grimsdyke Cottages, Old Redding: detached dwelling in garden (GB)
4 Boniface Walk: S/S side extension; single and two-storey rear extension; use of room on ground floor as a beauty treatment room
30 Clonard Way: S/S front; S/S and two-storey side; single and two-storey rear extensions; rear roof extension including Juliet balcony
45 Woodhall Gate: enlargment of rear dormer
**Wrayston, 82 Rowlands Avenue: redevelopment to provide two-storey dwelling house, vehicular access, parking bin and cycle store
2 Pinewood: (CLD) single storey rear extension
27 Evelyn Drive: replacement windows front and side
25 & 27 Hillview Road: oak tree removal of shoots from trunk and main branches.

49 Rowlands Avenue: CLD granted for rear dormer and rooflights
17 Hallam Gardens: SS front extension; conversion of garage to habitable room refused (CA)
Wrayston, 82 Rowlands Avenue: Treework to Horse Chestnut, Cypress, Ash to fell or cut back refused (TPO)

CA = Conservation Area
GB = Green Belt
CLD= Certificate of Lawful Development
TPO = Tree Preservation Order



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One thought on “Planning

  1. Bob BERGER

    I understand from Network Rail that the erection of the gantry by the Hatch End footbridge at The Avenue required no notification to residents and is classed as a Permitted Development for which no planning permission is required.
    I am not sure if you has seen the gantry which towers above the power lines and the bridge itself. It is a total eye-sore.
    Is this the understanding that the Hatch End Association has on the matter?


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