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Most applications at the next planning applications committee are for refusal

As I’ve said here often before, I’m not a member of the Surrey Heath Borough Council’s Planning Applications Committee, although I like to attend their meetings to listen to the deliberations. 79 more words

Surrey Heath

AGM Report and Action Plan - Eg Pk News (Summer 2014)

You will have received information about the residents’ association AGM, which took place on Wednesday 11th June.   A copy of the minutes of the meeting is now available on our website but we thought we should summarise the main points discussed at the meeting for those of you unable to attend or who do not have access to the internet. 589 more words

Road Surface

A bit of really good news. Cider with Rosie after all!

Remember “Cider with Rosie no more?” last year? As we said at the time: “If you’ve been there, you’ll know it’s hardly an exaggeration to say that building 150 new houses at the entrance to the Slad Valley near Stroud in Gloucestershire would be one of the most vandalistic actions that could be committed in the whole of rural England. 179 more words

Planning Applications

Will Windlesham House outo Updown Court for luxury?

The land opposite the Windlesham Field of Remembrance on Kennel Lane, Windlesham has lain empty for many years. Now, the Daily Mail reveals plans for Windlesham House, a 15 bedroom, £60 million mansion. 45 more words

Surrey Heath

Torbay Council Local Plan news release

Torbay Council  PR 4376    05/08/2014

Torbay Local Plan submitted to planning inspectorate

The Local Plan, which sets out ambitions for Torbay over the next 20 years, was discussed at the Council meeting on 17 July and the Plan was submitted to the Planning Inspectorate on 31 July. 898 more words

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Watch out, the CBA's about!

If you’re in a Planning Department and you’re going to let a utility company dig up a probable archaeological site without making provision for an archaeological watching brief, it’s best not to do it at the end of the street in which the Director of the Council for British Archaeology lives. 167 more words

News Item
BH2014/01981
This application seeks to put 9 flats, in a line, down the centre of the roof of the old Dubarry perfume factory – now the Hove Business Centre, with a Fonthill Road address in the planning register.  786 more words
Planning Applications