The following applications have been received by South Gloucestershire Council between 02.10.17 and 08.10.17.

Almondsbury: GFP II Ltd, Severn Road, Hallen, installation of gas-fuelled capacity mechanism to support National Grid; Charlie Leflaive, 47 Hortham Lane, variation of condition 4 of permission PT10/2510/F to allow for occasional out of hours events, such as prayer meetings, crisis support and conference preparation; Mr McGuinness, Field Cottage, 2 Gloucester Road, erection of outbuilding to form stables incidental to main dwelling, change of land use from agricultural to equestrian use; Mr and Mrs Tuck, Elmington Manor, Farm Cottage, Berwick Lane, Easter Compton, conversion of existing dwelling into a holiday let including reinstatement of historic roof.

Charfield: Charfield Pre-School, Foundation Room, Wotton Road, erection of single-storey building to form play room.

Frampton Cotterell: Michael Colwill, Poplars Farm Shop, Bristol Road, change of use to car wash/ valeting area, erection of covered area and storage unit (retrospective), Mr and Mrs McDonald, 21 Perrinpit Road, non-material amendment to PT16/1826/F to install rear balcony; Mrs K Purt, 6 Mount Close, erection of single-storey and two-storey rear extension to form additional living accommodation.

Hawkesbury: Miss J Monk, Corner Cottage, Back Street, alterations to raise roofline of rear kitchen area.

Horton: Chris Meredith,Croft Cottage, Horton Hill, erection of two-storey and single-storey side extensions to provide additional living accommodation.

Iron Acton: Mr and Mrs Townsend, Rock View, Engine Common Lane, Yate, erection of up to four dwellings (outline).

Marshfield: Robert Caddick, Ruxleigh Farm, Sheepfair Lane, installation of a dormer and balcony to south elevation, replacement roof to rear lean-to extension, re-location of existing chimney and addition of chimney to south elevation, repositioning of front porch and erection of detached two-storey garage.

Oldbury-on-Severn: Magnox, Oldbury Power Station, Power Station Road, diversion of footpaths OOS/39 and OOS/18.

Oldland: Jason Clark, 77 Long Beach Road, Longwell Green, demolition of existing garage and erection of a detached dwelling with access and associated works.

Olveston: Craig Jenkins, Millside, Mill Lane, Tockington, erection of single-storey rear extension extending beyond rear wall of house by 6.1 metres, with a maximum height of 3.9 metres.

Sodbury: Mrs K Bryant, 86 Broad Street, Chipping Sodbury, display of a non-illuminated fascia sign; Tom Hodder, Holly House, Horseshoe Lane, sycamore – fell, five sycamores, two purple plums, cypress, magnolia, holm oak and walnut – reduce to previous points.

Thornbury: Robert Benson, The Old Surgery, High Street, change of use from financial services to residential dwelling and associated internal alterations; Nicholas Goulas, 13 Eskdale, erection of a detached dwelling with access and parking.

Tytherington: Ben Small, The Old Vicarage, Stowell Hill Road, erection of three detached dwellings with access and parking.

Westerleigh: Martyn Hobbs, 33 Station Road, Coalpit Heath, creation of new access on to Station Road.

Wickwar: Mr Gladman Developments, Land south of Horwood Lane, erection of up to 90 residential dwellings with public open space, landscaping and vehicular access (outline).

Winterbourne: Ablecare Homes, Crossley House, 109 High Street, holm oak and arcacia – crown lift, two hollies – crown reduce; Jack Britton, 1 Fair View, Quarry Road, Frenchay, leylandii, evergreen and laurel in conservation area – pollard back to previous points; Mr and Mrs Field, 8 Matford Close, conversion of existing garage, installation of two front dormer windows, erection of single-storey side and rear extensions to form additional living accommodation; Mr and Mrs Smith, Land adjacent to 40 Malmains Drive, Franchay, erection of a dwelling and associated works; Kevin Stone, The Bakery, Bristol Road, erection of replacement gates to existing access (retrospective).

Yate: Enterprise Inn, White Lion Public House, Church Road, display of three externally-illuminated static fascia signs, an externally-illuminated static hanging sign, five non-illuminated hoarding signs, 13 floodlights and a lantern; Esquires Coffee, Unit 12 Yate Riverside, Link Road, display of three internally-illuminated static fascia signs, one non-illuminated fascia sign and two internally-illuminated static hanging signs; Nick Hobbs, 5 Broadway, erection of a detached building; Mr Homes and Miss Baker, 37 Bennetts Court, erection of single-storey rear extension and two-storey side extension to form additional living accommodation; Dean Pursey, 16 Highway, erection of single-storey rear extension, three-storey side and rear extension and alterations to roof to facilitate loft conversion to form additional living accommodation.

Planning Applications registered with Stroud District Council between 02.09.17 and 08.09.17.

The under mentioned applications have been received since the publication of the previous list dated 04.06.17 may be inspected at Planning Dept, Council Offices, Ebley Mill, Stroud, Glos, (Tel:01453 754442) during normal office hours, 8.45 am to 5.00pm (4.30pm on Fridays). Any persons wishing to make representations about any of these applications may do so in writing to as soon as possible. It should be noted that any comments on a planning application will be treated as a public document and will be placed on our website.

Cam: Tina Ebbs, 17 Rowley, variation of condition 2 of permission S.16/1697/FUL to remove rear gable and move house forward to provide three metre sewer easement.

Dursley: Mr Thobum, Kingdom Hall of Jehovah Witnesses, Kingshill Road, demolition of existing flat-roof building and creation of additional car parking, addition of glazed screens, entrance door and more windows to east side of main building.

Wotton-under-Edge: Mr L Butler, 11 Court Meadow, proposed rear decking and sheds; Mr and Mrs Dolling, 9 Old Town, formation of partitions to separate second-floor bedroom, form landing and staircase, incorporate show room with WC, replace UPVC gutters and rainwater pipes with cast aluminium/iron, replace roof covering over bathroom and garden store; Lewis Platt, Land adjacent to Fountain Crescent, erection of 22 dwellings with associated access, parking and amenities.

These are applications to which Stroud District Council have been notified of. There is no formal mechanism for consultation on these types of applications, particularly where “prior notification” is involved. On occasion, the case officer may wish to contact public bodies to confirm information submitted.

Hamfallow: Anne Johnstrup, Breadstone farm, Breadstone, Berkeley, agricultural storage building.

Uley: Cole, Daunceys Mill, Lampern Hill, secret garden – fell, clear and treat all the stumps of the trees and shrubs.

Wotton-under-Edge: Mary Tebb, 17 Old Town, remove tree.