Posted: 12.05.21 at 13:21 by The Editor
Planning news in and around Midsomer Norton this week includes:
An application has been put in for work at Church Lane, Midsomer Norton
( reference PP-09811534) to install a 5G mast and cabinets. The application has been put in by a Surrey-based company Hutchison 3G UK Limited, who have opened a full consultation.
Accompanying the plans, a letter from the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, asking for local authority support for all 5G plans - detailing how the government would like to see nationwide full fibre coverage by 2033.
They have a commitment for the UK to be a world leader in 5G, with the majority of the population covered by a 5G signal by 2027. In line with telecoms policy, all six nearby schools, which include Somervale and Hidden Garden Nursery, have been sent copies of the plans, for them to respond.
In other local planning applications, The Magpies, on Mill Road, in Radstock, has applied to fell a number of trees including a Sycamore T2 - an Ash T3 - and a Willow, along with a row of Conifers, all details under Planning Portal Reference: PP-09821774.
In Shoscombe, Sunday Cottage, on the road into Paglinch Farm, (under
21/02017/FUL) has applied to make minor external alterations for the conversion of the existing kitchen door and the existing entrance door and to convert the existing window into an entrance door and the insertion of two new roof lights.
In Timsbury, at Flower And Hayes Ltd, the developers for the space on North Road, have applied to discharge condition 11 of application 20/04457/VAR (for variation of conditions 4, 5, 6, & 8 of application 19/02095/FUL ( the building of 26 homes and office space, along with new vehicular and pedestrian access and associated works. (This is a resubmission under Planning Portal Reference: PP-09817359).
In Wellow, Little Horse Croft Farm, on Ford Road (under reference PP-09753453) has applied to create a new vehicular access to the property.
And in Temple Cloud at 36 Brandown Close, ( under 21/02186/CLPU) the homeowners want to remove an existing rear glazed lean to and to build a single storey rear extension.
In planning decisions this week by B&NES.
A condition (9) of plans to build seven new homes at Acl House, in Coombend,
(21/01808/COND) has been discharged.
Conditions 3, 4, 6, 7, 9 and 10 of application 19/01784/OUT (the residential development of up to nine homes at 46 Radstock Road, Midsomer Norton have been discharged. Condition 6 concerns Hard and Soft Landscaping (Pre-occupation) with a ruling that : " No occupation shall commence until a hard and soft landscape scheme has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority showing details of all trees, hedgerows and other planting to be retained, a planting specification to include numbers, size, species and positions of all new trees and shrubs, details of existing and proposed walls, fences, other
boundary treatment and surface treatment of the open parts of the site."
There is no objection to an application to pollard a Lime tree at 1 Riverside Mews, on Frome Road, in Radstock.
And planners have permitted a proposed change of use from a granny annexe to ancillary accommodation at 66 North Road, in Midsomer Norton, along with the building of a two storey side extension.