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Planning applications for the week ending 24 May 2019

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App. No.: 191379 Site Address: Kentwood Farm Phase 2 Warren House Road
Wokingham

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Comment
Description: Application for a Non-material Amendment to planning consent 170083 (23/10/2017) for house type substitutions for plots 31-36; 108; 114- 115; 131-132; 134-135; 138-139; 160-161; 166-167; 174-175; 198-197 along with adjustment to the orientation of plots 199-200; the addition of a second carport to plot 201 and the relocation of the carport to plot 31.
Applicant: Mr Alastair Pott
Crest House Pycroft Road Chertsey KT16 9GN
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App. No.: 191355 Site Address: The Warren Grain Barn - Warren Farm Forest Road
Wokingham
RG40 5QY

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Description: Prior approval submission for change of use of The Warren Grain Barn at Warren Farm from Agricultural Use to dwellinghouses (class C3).
Applicant:
Agent: Mrs Alice Davidson
Boyer Planning Limited Crowthorne House Nine Mile Ride, Wokingham, Ber RG40 3GZ



App. No.: 191360 Site Address: 18 Denmark Street
Wokingham
RG40 2BB

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Description: Application for advertisement consent to display 3no. 5.0m long and 0.8m high banners on the overhead wires above Peach Street, Broad Street and Denmark Street (one banner in each location) for a period of two weeks between 1st of June and 31st July each year for a period of ten years ending in 2029.
Applicant: Mrs Susan Corcoran
Hinton Road Hurst Wokingham RG10 0BP
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App. No.: 191363 Site Address: The Red Lodge Church Road Swallowfi Reading
Berkshire
RG7 1TH

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Description: REGULATION 14(2) NOTIFCATION FOR WORKS IN THE SINDLESHAM CONSERVATION AREA T1, Ash - Fell and replace - 5 day notice
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App. No.: 191349 Site Address: Civic Offices Shute End
Wokingham
RG40 1BN

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Description: This is a test - text field
Applicant: Applicant Test
Shute End Wokingham Berkshire RG40 1BN
Agent: Agent Test
Shute End Wokingham Berkshire RG40 1BN



App. No.: 191242 Site Address: 52 Proctors Road
Wokingham
RG40 1RP

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Description: Household Application for the proposed single storey rear extension plus internal alterations and changes to fenestration to existing dwelling.
Applicant: Mr & Mrs Sweetman
52 Proctors Road Wokingham RG40 1RP
Agent: John Bartolf
29 Wiltshire Road Wokingham RG40 1TS



App. No.: 191193 Site Address: 9 Edgcumbe Park Drive
Crowthorne Wokingham
RG45 6HB

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Description: Householder application for the proposed conversion of one of two existing garages into habitable accommodation, single storey front extension, single storey rear extension, installation of 4no. roof lights and insertion of a side dormer window.
Applicant: Mr ALAN ADAMS
9 Edgcumbe Park Drive Crowthorne RG45 6HB
Agent: Helen Nightingale
101 Nashgrove Lane Finchampstead Wokingham RG40 4HG



App. No.: 191198 Site Address: 32a Warren Road
Woodley Wokingham
RG5 3AR

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Description: Householder Application for the erection of carport.
Applicant: Mr & Mrs Vimalan
32A Warren Road Woodley RG5 3AR
Agent: Mr Alastair Hislop
375 Wokingham Road Earley Reading RG6 7EH



App. No.: 191182 Site Address: Birchwood, Birchin Inhams Farm Heathlands Road
Wokingham
RG40 3AP

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Description: Householder application for the proposed erection of 2no. single storey side extensions including 4no. roof lights, a single storey front porch and internal alterations to dwelling.
Applicant: Ms J Cottrell
Heathlands Road Wokingham RG40 3AP
Agent: Mr A I Day
3 Thames Court 2, Richfield Avenue Reading RG1 8EQ



App. No.: 191154 Site Address: 14 Cornfield Road
Woodley Wokingham
RG5 4QA

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Description: Householder Application for the proposed first floor side extension, single storey rear extension and porch extension to the front, including internal alterations and changes to fenestration to existing dwelling.
Applicant: Stephanie Taylor
14 Cornfield Road Woodley RG5 4QA
Agent: Mr danny slade
The White Building Ground Floor 33 Kings Road, Reading RG1 3AR



App. No.: 191163 Site Address: 1 Wickham Road
Earley Wokingham
RG6 3TE

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Description: Householder application for the proposed conversion of existing double garage into habitable accommodation, changes to fenestration, insertion of 3no. roof lights and internal alterations to dwelling.
Applicant: Mr & Mrs Stonehill
1 Wickham Road Lower Earley Reading Berkshire RG6 3TE
Agent: Mr David Holtham
282a Hyde End Road Spencers Wood Wokingham RG7 1DN



App. No.: 191166 Site Address: 10 Sussex Gardens
Woodley Wokingham
RG5 4JN

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Description: Householder application for the proposed erection of single storey front extension, single storey rear extension, single storey front extension to form porch plus changes to fenestration.
Applicant: Mr KAMPHON THAMPANICHAWONG
10 Sussex Gardens Woodley RG5 4JN
Agent: Mr Kaleem Janjua
53 Westmead Windsor SL4 3NN



App. No.: 191168 Site Address: 45 The Brackens
Crowthorne Wokingham
RG45 6TB

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Description: Proposed Lawful Development Certificate for rear single storey extension
Applicant: Mr & Mrs Wood
45 The Brackens Crowthorne RG45 6TB
Agent: Miss Powell
6 Ivanhoe Road Finchampstead RG40 4QQ



App. No.: 191120 Site Address: Woodclyffe Willows Wargrave Road
Wargrave Wokingham
RG10 8JD

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Description: Proposed Lawful Development Certificate for erection of 1 metre high acoustic timber fence along eastern boundary
Applicant: Mr T Walsh
Woodclyffe Willows, Wargrave Road Wargrave RG10 8JD
Agent: Mr Neil Davis
19 Woodlands Avenue Winnersh Wokingham RG41 3HL

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General guidelines

None of the search fields is case sensitive. For example, ‘High Street’ and ‘HIGH STREET’ will return the same results. Do not include symbols such as *, ? or %; the system does not recognise them and a search which incorporates these characters will return no data. However, you can shorten the length of your search text, provided that it still retains a precise match with the equivalent characters in the field you are searching. For example, ‘South’ and ‘South S’ will still return ‘South Street’, but ‘S Street’ will not. In addition, filling in fewer fields will probably return more than one match, but there is a greater chance that these will include the application you are looking for. If you know the name of the applicant, try using one field in the site address and enter the applicant’s name.

Search by application number

The most straightforward approach for finding the details of an application is to enter its unique reference number in the ‘Planning Application Number’ field. The reference number can be obtained from all publicity associated with the application, including press adverts (where relevant), site notices and neighbour notification letters. A valid application reference number will always find the relevant application without the need to complete any other field on the search page.

Search by site address

If you wish to locate an application by the address of the proposed development please enter in the first line of the address. This could be either the house name, for example ‘Rose Cottage’, or the house number and road name such as ‘2 High Street’. You could also enter the post code although not all applications will have a post code. Some road names occur more than once in the Borough such as ‘High Street’ so entering the locality will reduce the number of records returned. The locality is the area in which the application is located in the Borough such as ‘Bursledon’ or ‘West End’. Because of the way in which addresses are stored, too much information in these fields is likely to introduce a mismatch and return no data.

Search by Parish / Ward / Committee

Selecting a Parish, Ward or Committee (including Local Area Committees) is another good way to refine your search to help find an application. However it can additionally be used for finding all the applications in an area for a particular period. For example, you could choose to see all the applications received in a month within a certain Parish.

Search by applicant's and/or agent's details

If you know the applicant’s surname then this can provide an effective way of refining your search, particularly if you combine it with a field from the site address. Some surnames are quite common and will return a significant number of applications if applied to the whole of the Council’s application data, but if you limit your search of a particular surname to just one ‘Address’ then you are likely to identify a specific proposal very quickly.

Search by date

Restricting the date ranges of a search can be another very effective way of locating a particular application. The Council's Online Planning Application Facility offers 3 ways of refining your search using dates. Dates can either be entered manually using the ‘DD/MM/YYYY’ format, i.e. 31/01/2003, or by using the pop up calendars that appear if you click the icon to the right of each date box. Pop up calendars default to today’s date.

The ‘Date Received’ range refers to the date that the authority would have received the application you are interested in. For example, if you know that an application was received in one particular year then set ‘From’ to 01 January of that year and ‘To’ to 31 December for that year. This is particularly effective if combined with another search field i.e. ‘Applicant Name’ or ‘Address’.

If you know that the application you are looking for has already been determined then you can refine your search by restricting the search using the ‘Decided/Not Decided’ options, possibly combined with a date. However, please remember that for an application to be classed as determined then it must either be subject to a formal decision notice or it must have been withdrawn. For example, a committee resolution alone does not qualify as a decision.

Please note that there are no details of appeals, legal agreements, decision notices pre October 1995 and applications before 1985 held in the system. Please contact the Development Control Unit for details if you require information on any of these.

Sort order

The applications retrieved by the search criteria entered can be sorted in a number of ways. By default they will be listed in address order and then in date order within the address. This means that if you were looking for applications in High Street, all of those at 2 High Street would be together in date order, followed by those at 3 High Street and so on.-->
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