PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREAS) ACT 1990Notice ID: WAR0745861
PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREAS) ACT 1990 TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE) (ENGLAND) ORDER 2015 NOTICE UNDER ARTICLE 12 PUBLICITY FOR PLANNING APPLICATIONS Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council has received planning applications for the following developments:
MAJOR DEVELOPMENT AFFECTING A PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY 10/18/0695: Land off Lower Philips Drive, Whitebirk Industrial Estate, Blackburn. Variation of Condition No. 16 pursuant to planning application 10/17/0768 for insertion of new loading doors, amendment to valet bays and revised car park layout. Applicant: Mr Tim Webber.
MAJOR DEVELOPMENT AFFECTING THE SETTING OF A PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY 10/18/0716: Land off Sandringham Close, Blackburn. Variation of Condition Nos 13 and 17 pursuant to planning application 10/16/1398 - amend detailed planting scheme. Applicant: Miller Homes NW Ltd.
DEVELOPMENT AFFECTING A CONSERVATION AREA 10/18/0517: 21-23 Mincing Lane, Blackburn. Full Planning Application (Retrospective) for Retention of an ATM. Applicant: Cardtronics UK Ltd. 10/18/0725: 85 Preston New Road, Blackburn. Full Planning Application for Demolition of existing conservatory and erection of first floor side extension. Applicant: Mr Liyakat Raja.
DEVELOPMENT AFFECTING A LISTED BUILDING IN A CONSERVATION AREA 10/17/1531 & 10/18/0010: Barn/Shippon attached to 114 High Street, Chapeltown, Turton. Full Planning Application & Listed Building Application for Conversion of a redundant Shippon into a single dwelling, creation of a curtilage area, new detached garage and conversion of an outbuilding to a summer house. Applicant: Mr Jordan McBriar.
DEVELOPMENT ADDICTING A LISTED BUILDING
10/18/0692: St Marks Vicarage, Buncer Lane, Blackburn. Full Planning Application (Retrospective) for fencing to the rear and wall to the front of the property. Applicant: Mr Ditta.
DEVELOPMENT AFFECTING A PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY 10/18/0566: Stand Farm, Chapman Road, Hoddlesden, Darwen. Full Planning Application for Construction of a dwelling. Applicant: Mr Ashley Kendall. 10/18/0765: Kiln Bank, Weasel Lane, Tockholes, Darwen. Full Planning Application for Erection of an agricultural building and muck midden. Applicant: Mr David Longworth.
10/18/0766: Kiln Bank, Weasel Lane, Tockholes, Darwen. Full Planning Application for Erection of two equestrian buildings for private recreational use. Applicant: Mr David Longworth.
DEVELOPMENT AFFECTING THE SETTING OF A PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY 10/18/0734: Ryal Fold Cottage, Ryal Fold, Tockholes, Darwen. Full Planning Application for Proposed extension to existing porch. Applicant: Mr David France.
The applications and plans can be inspected at www.blackburn.gov.uk or at the Town Halls. Comments should be made within 14 days of this notice: by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by writing to DENISE PARK, Deputy Chief Executive, Town Hall, Blackburn. BB1 7DY Please quote the application ref in your letter. Any written comments you make can be inspected by the public under the provisions of the Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985, and therefore should not contain any remarks, which might be regarded as offensive or libellous. Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council may publish comments and personal details received in connection with planning applications on the internet and make them available for public inspection. This information may include (but is not confined to) your name, address, signature, email address and phone number. Information provided may also be shared with other departments/external agencies. Please ensure that you only provide personal information belonging to you, and that you are happy it will be made available to others in this way. If you supply information belonging to a third party, please make sure that you have their permission to do so and that they are aware that their information will be processed in this way. If you wish to withdraw this information please do so in writing via the methods above.
It is not necessary to sign letters sent to the planning department, however comments with no name and address, will be treated as anonymous, and will not be taken into consideration during the determination of a planning application. DATE 08/08/2018