Planning Department Weekly List

The following planning applications were registered with Cotswold District Council between 26.11.18 and 2.12.18. Avening: 4 – 6 Pound Hill, Certificate of Lawful Proposed Use under Section 192 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 for the conversion of two dwellings to form one dwelling and insertion of new external door to provide a means of escape. Chipping Norton: Home Farm, The Green, Bledington, T1 – oak – crown reduction and reshape because the tree has been planted on the corner of the property and has grown very close to the next door house (almost touching).

Cirencester: 19 Bingham Close, T1 – conifer, height reduction of 30%, T2 – Silver Birch, canopy reduction of 33%; 84 Chesterton Lane, compliance with Condition 8 (desk study) of Permission 18/01026/FUL – erection of detached dwelling and self-contained annexe to the rear of 84 Chesterton Lane; 12 The Avenue, T1 – apple tree – reduce height by 2m and shape in sides. Edgeworth: South Lodge, School Lane, T1 – conifer – fell, T2 – conifer hedge – fell. Elkstone: Pendle House, 2 x small conifers to be felled approx 12 ft high, 2 small plums to be felled.

Lower Slaughter: Wayside Kings Well Lane, T1 – Ash – crown reduction – reducing the height and spread of the tree by up to 1 metre, and lift away from buildings, T2 – Norway Maple – crown lift to provide 4 metres clearance from ground level, T3 – holly – crown reduction – reducing the height and spread of the tree by up to 3 metres; Grange Farm, T1 Beech – reduce crown as shown on submitted annotated photo. Moreton-in-Marsh: 3 Meadow Sweet Drive, erection summer house at end of garden; Orchard Cottage, East Street, T1 birch – located at left side of garden – lift crown over road by 2m T2 Ash – lift crown over road by 2m T3 beech – reduce back from St David Centre to clear 3m, remove one low limb on garden side back to truck T6 – magnolia – located at back of property – formative prune of 1.5m, tip back side over road back to kerb line, T4 & 5 – maple’s – remove major deadwood. Naunton: The Baptist Chapel, Yew (T1) remove snapped limbs and reduce the crown of the tree by 1-2 metres.

South Cerney: The Landings Lake Development Co, The Landings Sales Office, Lake Sixteen, Station Road, Weeping Willows – crown reduction and pruning as detailed in submitted schedule. Stow-on-the-Wold: Queens Head Inn, The Square, internal alterations to ground and first floor of rear extension comprising removal of internal staircase, internally blocking up window in north elevation and installation of fire safety systems, new external staircase to rear; Queens Head Inn, The Square, new external staircase and freestanding timber framed covered walkway to rear; Stonehouse Back Walls, garage conversion. Tetbury: 46 Close Gardens, large conifer hedge to be reduced in height by approx 1m, one mature cherry with basal rot to be felled to ground level.

Upper Slaughter: Lords of The Manor Hotel, AP01 – lime – remove dead wood and epicormic growth throughout the crown, reduce back branches off building to give 2m clearance, T410 – oak, H22m – crown reduction – specification to include a height reduction of 4m and spread by 2m, cutting back to strong suitable secondary growth, shape and balance, remove dead, dying and diseased wood, T411 – Oak, H22m – crown reduction – specification to include a height reduction of of 4m and spread by 2m, cutting back to strong suitable secondary growth, shape and balance, remove primary low branch over Sycamore, remove dead, dying and diseased wood: T414 – Ash, H29m – Crown reduce to include a height reduction down to 15m and reduce lower growth to create a low canopy which will be more than safe for the next 5 years and review maybe needed at that time T145 – Ash, H28m – crown reduce to include a height reduction down to 17m, in line with natural fractures, shape and balance, once again, this will be safe for the next 5 years and create a natural habitat, Oak – remove dead, dying and diseased wood throughout the crown, Poplar, H25m – crown reduce to include a height reduction down to 18m, with the appropriate reduction to spread, shape and balance, Poplar – crown reduce to include a height reduction down to 18m, with the appropriate reduction to spread, shape and balance, 17m, Acacia – remove – specification to include complete removal by sectional dismantling and industry lowering techniques to ground level remove stump. Westonbirt with Lasborough: Garden Centre, Westonbirt Arboretum, Bath Road, Westonbirt, Tetbury, compliance with condition 3 (roofing material) of permission 17/02510/FUL – retrospective change of use from plant centre to wood centre and retention of associated structures, renovation of existing building and erection of 2 timber buildings. Withington: Halewell Manor, Photinia – remove; Manor Hall, Chedworth Road, 1 Scotts Pine (tag no 666) – dead – fell to low stump.

The following planning applications were registered with North Wiltshire District Council between 26.11.18 and 2.12.18.

Malmesbury: The Workshop, Katifer Lane, minor amendments to planning approval 15/10751/FUL (proposed conversion of former carpenters/joiners workshop into two single bedroom dwellings); Proposed raising of roof level to form second floor to dwelling and proposed single storey rear extension.

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